Wednesday, August 22, 2007

Other minds on internet radio


rchrd has left a new comment on your post "A title given by the Gods":

Congratulations on your radio program. I've been doing Music From Other Minds on local KALW in San Francisco nearly 3 years now. The 115th weekly program will be broadcast on Sept 7 after a summer's break.

Doing radio programs like these are like inviting friends over for a listen .. "here's something I found recently that I want you to hear"

I got my musical education by listening to the radio back in the 50's in New York City. Those days with significant classical music programming on the air are long gone. So I figure now it's all we can do to put interesting things on the radio.

Good luck with the project. Richard Friedman


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1 comment:

Garth Trinkl said...

"I got my musical education by listening to the radio back in the 50's in New York City. Those days with significant classical music programming on the air are long gone." (Richard Friedman)

I believe that conservative WETA-FM ["Strauss reduces stress"], in the Nation's Capital, is trying to revive 1950's style classical music programming. They even feature "The Congressional Classics" series, sponsored by Bayer Corporation, which spotlights the listening pleasures of U.S. members of Congress. This Month: Sen. Barbara Mikulski of Maryland, who likes Frédéric Chopin's 'Heroic' Polonaise in A flat major, Op.53, and the Monocle Restaurant on Capital Hill.

I'm waiting for the upcoming segment on J. Edgar Hoover's classical listening favorites.

http://www.weta.org/fm/