Audio Archive

Ahlstrom, Tom

Tom came to the village in the early days. Tom is an accomplished pianist and storyteller. Monkey-bear Falls are named after one of his stories. He and his friends Paul Hinderlie and Carol Lund became lifelong friends. Together they owned and operated the well-know Harbor View Cafe in Pepin, Wisconsin for 25 years. From 2005 to 2010, Tom with Paul and Carol Hinderlie were co-directors of Holden Village.

Recordings

History of Hymns: Part 1 – Music of the Catholic Church to Luther's First Hymns

Presenter: Ahlstrom, Tom / 1972

History of Hymns: Part 2 – The Affect of Luther's Hymns

Presenter: Ahlstrom, Tom / 1972

The History of Hymns: Part 3 – Did Luther Write the Hymns?

Presenter: Ahlstrom, Tom / 1972

History of Hymns: Part 4 – Why Do We Sing Hymns — General Discussion

Presenter: Ahlstrom, Tom / 1972

Sources of Russian Literature

Presenter: Ahlstrom, Tom / 1975

Medieval Music

Presenter: Ahlstrom, Tom / 1975

Doctor Zhivago (Pasternak): Book Review

Presenter: Ahlstrom, Tom / 1976

Monkey Bear Stories: Stories, Children

Presenter: Ahlstrom, Tom / 1977

Vespers August 25, 2009

Presenter: Ahlstrom, Tom / 2009

Eucharist August 22, 2010

Presenter: Ahlstrom, Tom / 2010

Vespers June 17, 2010 (Including Chamber Orchestra)

Presenter: Ahlstrom, Tom / 2010

Holden wishes to express appreciation to PLU, Pacific Lutheran University, for their support of the Holden Audio Archive Project.

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