Peter DuBois shares a program from the With Heart and Voice Archives, originally broadcast in October 1989. Today’s program features a setting of Psalm 100 by Johann Pachelbel, Pater Noster by Luigi Cherubini, and anthems by Edward Bairstow, Percy Whitlock and Kenneth Leighton.
We introduce our new host, Peter DuBois, as he shares a program from the With Heart and Voice Archives.
We raise our children, and try to guide them down a path. Then light dawns on Marblehead. They already had it all figured out.
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
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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