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There are so many classical streams on the web, I think this board would attract more contributors were it to become a "clearing house" that discusses them all. From the few minutes I've listened to Concert FM thus far, I sense they are programmed with a different philosophy than BR: less orchestral and more eclectic, including some hardcore vocal material?Originally posted by dai bread:
...I should have told you all about this...Mind you, BR may not appreciate it...
I take your point, but I think that is a matter for personal choice, depending on what you are doing at the moment, your mood, etc.Originally posted by ai4i:
One thing annoys me about C-FM. Stations in the third millennium are not supposed to break format every hour to talk about stuff that has nothing to do with the music they play. This is what National Radio and the AM Network are for.
These are breaking format.Originally posted by DavidS:
...news updates, traffic reports...
These are within the station's format because they deal with the general purpose of the station.Originally posted by DavidS:
...poetry recitals, drama, talks, discussions and information on cultural matters and activities...
I have heard some promos for this series. Sadly, it is not listed among the "on demand" feature programs. Please let us know if they do a "What if" program about The Spanish Mozart, living to a ripe old age and rivaling The Austrian Mozart. Of course, this would be more fiction than the typical "what if it did not happen" type conjectures, as we can not write music that was never written.Originally posted by dai bread:
...they have a "what if" program. "What if" something trivial had or hadn't happened?
At nineteen, I would say girls!Originally posted by dai bread:
The Verdi item I mentioned above had Verdi going into politics, not music. As I said, quite interesting. I wonder what interests Arriaga had besides music?
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