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12:00 amClassical Carousel
Hosted By: Peter Van De Graaff
Classical CarouselProgram Director and host, Peter Van De Graaff, draws music selections from all eras, but focus on works from Baroque, Classical and Romantic eras. All selections are programmed from the extensive library of more than 75,000 recordings. Programming is generally conservative however, while focusing on the standards of the repertoire, we don't hesitate to go beyond that and draw from the rich and varied music that comprises all of what we call "classical music." And, we endeavor to share those works in an interesting manner throughout our programming.

The on-air style of the Beethoven Satellite Network is friendly, communicative and informative. We never give personal opinions on works. Talk is kept to a minimum, but if there is something interesting to say that will add to the listener's enjoyment of the piece, we won't hesitate to say it. The music is the focal point of our programming.
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7:00 amWith Heart and Voice Search IconSearch Playlists for this Program
Richard Gladwell

With Heart & Voice is a weekly organ and choral music series that features recordings from around the world. Hosted by Richard Gladwell, the program presents selections, many of which are from Gladwell's private collection, that span the full range of Western sacred music, from the Gothic period through the 21st century. With Heart & Voice often celebrates the seasons of the church year. However, it does not endorse any religious belief; it focuses instead on the richness and beauty of sacred music.

The host and producer of the series is British-born Richard Gladwell, a veteran broadcaster. During his lifetime, he has amassed a collection of about 7,500 recordings of choirs and organs from around the world.

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8:00 amMillennium of Music

Millennium of Music is an exploration into the sources and mainstreams of European music for the thousand years before the birth of Bach. For over 17 years, it has presented, in a quiet and serious way, the vast scope of great music leading up to the early Baroque. It features the evolution of sacred music, east and west, live performances by the best ensembles in the field of early music, and the ever growing number of new releases in the field.

Through the years we have featured such noted performers as; Anonymous Four, The Clerks Group, Tallis Scholars, Jordi Saval, Hesperus and many others. The best performers and conductors have shared their vision and creative endeavors through this program. Since the beginning, chant has been a mainstay of the listening experience, and many of the best-selling recordings have received their premiere on Millennium of Music.

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9:00 amHarmonia
Angela Mariani

From the transcendent sounds of Anonymous 4, to the sublime realm of chant, to the passion of an Italian Baroque violin sonata, the world of Early Music is drawing new listeners in unprecedented numbers. Harmonia, a weekly 59-minute radio program produced in conjunction with Indiana University's world-renowned Early Music Institute, brings the music of these earlier periods to life for radio audiences, as performers of today cast new light on the music of the distant past.

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10:00 amPerformance Today Search IconSearch Playlists for this Program
Hosted by: Fred Child
Performance Today features live concerts by famous artists in concert halls around the globe and from the American Public Media studios as well as interviews, news and features. Listeners to Performance Today, on any given day, may hear from performances in the great concert halls of New York, Prague, London, Berlin and Paris.

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The list of concert performers and studio guests on Performance Today is a Who's Who of the classical music world: the Vienna Philharmonic, the Berlin Philharmonic, the New York Philharmonic, the Los Angeles Philharmonic, the Cleveland Orchestra, the Philadelphia Orchestra, Yo Yo Ma, Gil Shaham, Midori, Maxim Vengerov, Itzhak Perlman, Andrew Manze, Pierre Boulez, John Adams, John Tavener, Placido Domingo, Renee Fleming, Cecelia Bartoli, the Emerson Quartet, the Eroica Trio, Sir Simon Rattle, Lorin Maazel, Daniel Barenboim, Michael Tilson Thomas, Ravi Shankar, Mikhail Pletnev, Emanuel Ax, and Alfred Brendel, to name just a few. Several times each year, Performance Today also features young American soloists with the potential for great careers, as "Young Artists in Residence."
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4:00 pmFiesta!
Hosted by: Elbio Barilari
Fiesta! is a new, original production devoted to Latino concert music, and brings artistically significant compositions from Latin America, Spain and Portugal to your listeners.
The acclaimed composer, musician, performer, and professor Elbio Barilari is the host and creative force behind this series. He invites listeners to enjoy and learn about the lively and compelling sounds of Latin American classical music.

Fiesta! provides a valuable platform for the sound, culture, and history of classical music in Latin America. Barilari enriches our listeners by introducing them to a genre that does not typically receive much exposure. Fiesta! fosters an appreciation for Latin American classical music and creates a meeting place for listeners of diverse backgrounds.

Fiesta! features the hottest Latin-American music from the 16th to the 21st centuries, says Mr. Barilari. I think art fulfills a complex and ambiguous task: one of exploring, translating and questioning its own time and circumstance.
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5:00 pmCollectors' Corner
Hosted by: Henry Fogel
Henry Fogel had the following thoughts: The series will present a wide range of recordings that I feel are true classics of the industry. Recordings to be included will feature either unusual repertoire that I feel deserves a wider public, or performances unique in their interpretive profile, sense of commitment, and intensity. Many of these recordings will be long out-of-print, or hard to locate in the United States. The series will include a broad range of orchestral, vocal, chamber and solo-instrumental music. On Collectors' Corner this quarter, highlights will include Raymond Lewenthal in concert; highlights from Carmen; three programs with Villa-Lobos; highlights from Turandot, and the first two of six programs with the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra.
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7:00 pmClassical Guitar Alive

Classical Guitar Alive! is a unique program that celebrates the classical repertory of the world's most-played musical instrument in a wide variety of musical settings, from solo guitar, to guitar with orchestra, to almost every imaginable combination in between.

The one-hour weekly program is hosted by Tony Morris, an award-winning performer who combines his passion for the music with his knowledge of the instrument and its history. The music is presented with fascinating, yet brief, historical/background information designed to increase the listener's enjoyment and understanding.

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8:00 pmNew York Philharmonic
Kerry Frumkin

The New York Philharmonic This Week -weekly two-hour concerts. Hosted by Kerry Frumkin these represent virtually the Orchestra's entire 2006-07 season with 39 weeks of concerts. And, during the summer quarter when the orchestra is not performing we will draw from the Philharmonic's extensive library of commercial recordings.

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10:00 pmThe Romantic Hours
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11:00 pmClassical Carousel
Hosted By: Peter Van De Graaff
Classical Carousel

Program Director and host, Peter Van De Graaff, draws music selections from all eras, but focus on works from Baroque, Classical and Romantic eras. All selections are programmed from the extensive library of more than 75,000 recordings. Programming is generally conservative however, while focusing on the standards of the repertoire, we don't hesitate to go beyond that and draw from the rich and varied music that comprises all of what we call "classical music." And, we endeavor to share those works in an interesting manner throughout our programming.

The on-air style of the Beethoven Satellite Network is friendly, communicative and informative. We never give personal opinions on works. Talk is kept to a minimum, but if there is something interesting to say that will add to the listener's enjoyment of the piece, we won't hesitate to say it. The music is the focal point of our programming.

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