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A Letter to Katie

From: Megan Hall
Series: Mixtape for the City
Length: 15:22

First half of demo for mixtape for the city Read the full description.

Katie_small This is the idea that eventually became mixtape for the city. We designed two walking tours for two of our friends (Katie and Jay) in such a way that their paths would collide and they could finish the tour together. It didn't quite work out that way (Jay got lost) but it was a cool idea. Listen to "Letter to Katie" and "Letter to Jay" before you listen to "The End"- which concludes both letters.

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Piece Description

This is the idea that eventually became mixtape for the city. We designed two walking tours for two of our friends (Katie and Jay) in such a way that their paths would collide and they could finish the tour together. It didn't quite work out that way (Jay got lost) but it was a cool idea. Listen to "Letter to Katie" and "Letter to Jay" before you listen to "The End"- which concludes both letters.

Broadcast History

Debuted in the ears of Katie Miller on September 11th, 2004