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0100 DAILY GMT/UTC CLASSICAL CONCERT



Preserving, light concert music, semi-classical, symphonic, chamber and solo classical selections... An hour of popular favorite classical selections and warhorses, including bonbons, encores and short melodic selections. If you think Classical music is boring, or that you don't know enough about it to ever get your foot in the door, think again. Here are some of the most well known melodies in Classical music history, and we guarantee that you have heard every single one of them already.

0600 DAILY GMT/UTC Music For A Small Room

Chamber music is a form of classical music that is composed for a small group of instruments—traditionally a group that could fit in a palace chamber or a music room. Hear the finest in this genre on our series MUSIC FOR A SMALL ROOM.

0200 DAILY GMT/UTC Adventures in classical music

During the evening (WESTERN HEMISPHERE) we present Adventures in classical music with your host 
R. Alan Campbell former classical music announcer at Philadelphia classical station WFLN and Hawaii Public Radio.

0700 DAILY GMT/UTC All Relaxing Classics

In the WESTERN HEMISPHERE All Relaxing Classics are heard all day and overnight. During the evening we present Adventures in classical music with your host R. Alan Campbell former classical music announcer at Philadelphia classical station WFLN and Hawaii Public Radio. This program would be reversed elsewhere around the world. Thanks for listening. You can support our station by shopping at our Amazon link myamazon.click More

0000 SUNDAY GMT/UTC Keyboard Immortals

Live piano performances were recorded with incredible accuracy at the dawn of the 20th Century using Welte Vorsetzer player piano technology. These classic performances are the basis for Keyboard Immortals. Series of mechanical piano transcriptions by turn-of the-Century pianist's using Edwin Welte's 1904 piano music reproduction system called "Vorsetzer". A short history of the welte vorsetzer (a robot player piano) and the radio series "Keyboard Immortals Play Again" which utilizes the welte, created and produced by Joseph S. Tushinsky. Audiophile and electronics pioneer Joseph Tushinsky had a refurbished Vorsetzer in his home and over the years collected some 2,800 Welte piano rolls and created this radio show in his living room.


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0000 SUNDAY GMT/UTC Hollywood Bowl Orchestra concerts


Hollywood Bowl Silver Jubilee Series (AFRS Broadcasts) conducted by Leopold Stokowski.The series makes for a grand introduction to classical symphonic music at the Hollywood Bowl - selections include the opera Carmen sung in English, featured soloists Isaac Stern, Dorothy Eustis, Roman Totenberg, and Percy Grainger, with selections from Brahms, Tchaikovsky, Mozart, Rachmaninoff, and Cellini.

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0000 SUNDAY GMT/UTC Metropolitan Opera Auditions



Auditions for the MET were broadcast on radio. Some of the contestants had sung professionally, although they were all unknown to the public. These singers were given a chance to "come within voice-range of the Met," with the opera company presenting contracts to the winners. The singers themselves came from all walk of life. The 800 applicants who applied each year were auditioned by producers, who coached them and gradually chose the Top 63. These singers would perform on the air. They each chose their own music, selecting the pieces that they thought were the best for their talents. Over the weeks, the ranks were reduced to the fourteen semifinalists. These fourteen were cut to six, and on the final night, two winners were selected, each receiving $1,000 in cash, and Metropolitan contracts. Some of the greatest opera singers of the mid-20th century (such as Eleanor Steber, Robert Merrill, Leonard Warren, and Patrice Munsel) got their start on this show. Many of the participants from the show found permanent and rewarding work in radio, regardless if they won or lost. More details Part of the Old time classical music radio series rotating weekly among these titles at this time...

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