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    Default Pretty good stuff, what does your radio play?

    A nice evening of music here from Jim Svejda, who airs at 7:00 PM weekdays on KUSC. Here's what he's played during his first three hours:

    Solemn Overture Op 73, Alexander Glazunov
    Wind Octet in Eb Op 71, Franz Krommer
    Spiegel im Spiegel, Arvo Part
    La oracion del torero, Op. 34, Joaquin Turina
    Capriccio Espagnol, Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov
    Alassio - In the South Op 50, Edward Elgar
    English Suite #3 in g BWV 808, Johann Sebastian Bach
    Nixon in China: The Chairman Dances, John Adams
    Hamlet (Overture and Fantasy), Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky
    String Quartet #3 in F, Op. 73, Dmitri Shostakovich

    (I note one error: The Chairman Dances is not from Nixon in China but is a separate and independent composition.)
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    Here is what KBAQ played from 7-10 PM on Monday night (they had special programming at 7 on Tuesday and Wednesday, which makes it harder to look up):

    Boccherini - Symphony in C minor
    Stravinsky - Firebird Suite (1919 version)
    Vivaldi - Flute Concerto in G RV 437
    Verdi - Sicilian Vespers - Overture (the awesome Karajan/BPO recording)
    Handel - Concerto Grosso in B-Flat Op. 3/2
    Dvorak - Serenade for Strings in E, Op. 22
    Allegri - Miserere
    Mozart - Eine Kleine Nachtmusik - Allegro (Empire Brass)
    Mendelssohn - A Midsummer Night's Dream Overture
    CPE Bach - Sinfonia No. 4 in A
    Lalo - Cello Concerto in D minor
    Telemann - Suite in A minor - III: Air a l'Italienne TWV 55: a2

    I've heard of all the composers, but I've only heard maybe 5/12 of the pieces before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KenOC View Post
    A nice evening of music here from Jim Svejda, who airs at 7:00 PM weekdays on KUSC. Here's what he's played during his first three hours:

    Solemn Overture Op 73, Alexander Glazunov
    Seeing this warms my heart.

    Some rush-hour programming for my local station WGUC:

    3:00 PM: Edward Elgar:
    Pomp and Circumstance March #1
    English Symphony Orchestra

    3:07 PM: Aaron Copland:
    Red Pony Suite

    3:19 PM: Camille Saint-Saens:
    Piano Concerto #5

    3:49 PM: Johann Strauss Jr:
    Blue Danube Waltz

    4:00 PM: Frederic Chopin:
    Waltz in D-flat Major #1 "Minute"

    4:03 PM: Ludwig van Beethoven:
    Creatures of Prometheus: Ballet

    4:23 PM: Ottorino Respighi:
    Fantastic Toy Shop

    4:46 PM: Alexander Borodin:
    Prince Igor: Polovtsian Dances

    5:00 PM: Henry Cowell:
    Saturday Night at the Firehouse

    5:06 PM: Robert Schumann:
    Carnival: Suite

    5:18 PM: Dietrich Buxtehude:
    Sonata in C

    5:27 PM: Antonin Dvorak:
    The Heros Song

    5:49 PM: Gioacchino Rossini:
    Barber of Seville: Overture
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    Mid-Day programming on Orpheus Radio from Moscow:

    14:03 Alexander Mosolov Azerbaijan Suite (1930)
    Dance "Turk"

    14:05 Vianna da Motta
    Barcarole No. 2 in B-flat major, Or. 17

    14:11 Francis Poulenc Sinfonietta, FP. 141
    I. Allegro con fuoco

    14:16 Alexander Borodin opera "Prince Igor"
    "Polovtsian Dances"

    14:32 Franz Schubert Mass in E Flat Major, D. 950
    ''Benedictus"

    14:39 Gabriel Faure Siciliana, Op. 78

    14:44 Bela Bartok Piano Concerto No 2, Sz 95
    III. Allegro molto

    14:50 Anatoly Konstantinovich Lyadov About Olden Times, Ballad for Orchestra, op. 21

    14:56 Antonin Dvorak String Serenade. E major. Op.22, Waltz


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    Check out the morning programming for WBJC (Baltimore, my former local station which I grew up with my whole life). That's what I call deep-cuts! And as far as I know they're thriving for it with listener financial support.

    http://www.wbjc.com/2018/playlists/playlist-oct-11-18/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Huilunsoittaja View Post
    Check out the morning programming for WBJC (Baltimore, my former local station which I grew up with my whole life). That's what I call deep-cuts! And as far as I know they're thriving for it with listener financial support.
    They sometimes also play short items that do not make it onto the playlist.

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    Right now on WQXR, New York's last remaining classical music station:

    08:12 AM
    Josef Myslivecek
    Cello Concerto in C Major
    Wendy Warner , cello
    Camerata Chicago
    Drostan Hall, conductor
    20 min 21 s

    The show is Weekend Mornings with Paul Cavalconte. Alas, a few years ago, the station sold its powerful broadcasting frequency and moved to a weaker one, so unless I want to hear a lot of crackle and pops on the radio, I need to listen online. It might as well be in Estonia.

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