I'm away on a sea interlude

On An Overgrown Path is taking a sea interlude until the end of September. To reduce maintenance I've locked the post facility, but you can still email me via - overgrownpath at hotmail dot co dot uk. And you can still listen to my Overgrown Path radio programme on Future Radio while I away at 5.00pm UK time on Sunday evenings, click here for the audio stream (real time only). The featured composers are:

Sept 2 - Terry Riley & John Adams
Sept 9 - Beata Moon, Elizabeth Maconchy, Elisabeth Lutyens & Vanessa Lann
Sept 16 - Judith Weir, Morten Lauridsen & Bayan Northcott
Sept 23 - Lou Harrison

Follow this path for highlights of the last twelve month's posts, and this one for contemporary composers worth exploring. While I'm away support the other fine music blogs here. Remember, it's the music that matters.

Convert Overgrown Path radio on-air times to your local time zone using this link. Windows Media Player doesn't like the audio stream very much and takes ages to buffer. WinAmp or iTunes handle it best. Unfortunately the royalty license doesn't permit on-demand replay, so you have to listen in real time. If you are in the Norwich, UK area tune to 96.9FM. Photo of Aldeburgh beach (c) On An Overgrown Path. Any copyrighted material on these pages is included as "fair use", for the purpose of study, review or critical analysis only, and will be removed at the request of copyright owner(s). Report broken links, missing images and other errors to - overgrownpath at hotmail dot co dot uk


Pliable said…
Hi, I just wanted to let you know that I plugged your radio programme on Future Radio at my site:

I hope you don't mind. I look forward to hearing your broadcasts online; this is a fantastic thing that you are doing for the promotion of contemporary classical music! Thanks for your efforts and greetings from the US,

Joshua S. Nemith, piano instructor Slater Music Academy Visit my weblog: Joshua Nemith's Cincinnati Pianist:

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