Wednesday, April 04, 2007

What Do You Want Classical WETA-FM To Play, Mr Cogito??!! ....... oh, what about eight works a day by American classical composing men and women? ...

Another good day for American classical music on WSHU Public Radio, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States. Another lousy day for American classical music on the new Classical WETA-FM, public radio in the Nation's Capital, the United States.

WSHU, Fairfield, Connecticut [Music Director, Kate Remington]

4/4/2007 Wednesday


Vally Pick Weigl: New England Suite Adelicia Ensemble Gasparo 236 CD

George W. Chadwick: In the Canoe fr. 5 Pieces for Piano Peter Kairoff, piano Albany 745 CD


Rick Sowash: Trio No.2 "Enchantement d'Avril" for Clarinet, Cello and Piano Les Gavottes Sowash 3 CD


Charles Tomlinson Griffes: Roman Sketches Op 7 Joseph Smith, piano MHS 513043 CD


Victor Herbert: Irish Rhapsody Manhattan Chamber Orchestra /Richard Auldon Clark Newport 85572 CD

Roy Harris: Symphony No. 3 New York Philharmonic /Leonard Bernstein DeutGramop 419780 CD


Elmer Bernstein: To Kill a Mockingbird ..Film themes Royale Philharmonic Pops Orch. /Elmer Bernstein Denon 75288 CD


John Adams: Tromba Lontana "Distant Trumpet" City of Birmingham Symph Orch /Simon Rattle Angel/EMI 55051 CD

Brock Peters (r) and Gregory Peck star together in the great American movie, To Kill A Mockingbird. The movie featured American classical music by the late American classical music composer Elmer Bernstein.

Photo credit: With thanks.


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