Classical

With Heart and Voice, Program 1027

Sun, 07/11/2010 - 12:01am

We introduce our new host, Peter DuBois, as he shares a program from the With Heart and Voice Archives.

The Geek Epiphany

We raise our children, and try to guide them down a path.  Then light dawns on Marblehead. They already had it all figured out.

Glasses, perceptions

Perceptions change.   You wouldn't have heard much Philip Glass on WXXI-FM a few decades ago. Now his minimalist, relentless, mathmematical works spin out on a regular basis. Several listeners correctly identified the mystery piece on Classical 91.5 Thursday as Glass' "Company."  Writer Alex Ross argues that his style is the first original Ameri

The New Jersey Symphony Orchestra

Wed, 07/21/2010 - 8:00pm

Classical 91.5 presents the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra.

With Heart and Voice with Richard Gladwell

Sun, 07/11/2010 - 7:00pm

A retrospective from 31 years of the broadcast featuring Richard Gladwell.

The Los Angeles Opera on 91.5 FM

Sat, 07/10/2010 - 1:00pm

Tune in Saturdays throughout July for presentations from the Los Angeles Opera.

May the force be with you . . . and your lego collection

Bach's coffee house delights

If you love coffee as much as I do, you'd have been unspeakably happy to hear the premieres of Johann Sebastian Bach's secular concertos.  Scholars think they were first heard in a coffee shop in Leipzig, performed by the composer with a student musical society.  Today on Classical 91.5, the mystery piece was

The sounds and fragrances swirl through the evening air

Tuesday's mystery piece was Debussy's fourth prelude from Book I, "Les sons et les parfums tournet dans l'air du soir" (The sounds and fragrances swirl through the evening air), played by Etha Wheeler.