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 12 AM
 
Classical Music
 
12:01 am Ramon Montoya: Solea
"Solea" = so-lay-AH
Paco Pena, guitar
Nimbus 5093 
 
12:06 am Robert Schumann: Symphony No. 2
Lausanne Chamber Orchestra / Christian Zacharias
European Broadcasting Union Recording 
 
12:47 am William Alwyn: Suite for Oboe and Harp
Sarah Francis, oboe
Lucy Wakeford, harp
Naxos 572425 
 
12:54 am Jorge Grundman: What Inspires Poetry: About Rain and Storm
Ara Malikian, violin
Daniel Del Pino, piano
NPM 911 
 
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 1 AM
 
Classical Music
 
1:01 am Jean-Philippe Rameau: Dardanus: Overture
Orchestra of the 18th Century / Frans Bruggen
Philips 420240 
 
1:06 am John Tavener: Two Hymns to the Mother of God
Vasari Singers / Jeremy Backhouse
EMI 65903 
 
1:12 am Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Horn Concerto No. 3
English Chamber Orchestra / Barry Tuckwell
Barry Tuckwell, horn
London/Decca 410284 
 
1:28 am John Playford: Hunsdon House and Sir Martin Marah's Jig
David Douglass, violin
Paul O'Dette, theorbo
Andrew Lawrence-King, harp
Harmonia Mundi 907186 
 
1:32 am Franz Liszt: Piano Concerto No. 1
Dresden Philharmonic / Michel Plasson
Nelson Freire, piano
Brilliant 93700 
 
1:51 am Giovanni Legrenzi: 3 Balletti e Correnti
La Serenissima / Adrian Chandler
Adrian Chandler, violin
Avie 2106 
 
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 2 AM
 
Classical Music
 
2:01 am Camille Saint-Saens: Algerian Suite: French March
Boston Pops Orchestra / Arthur Fiedler
RCA 60700 
 
2:06 am Isaac Albeniz: Tango
Stephen Hough, piano
Hyperion 67565 
 
2:09 am Arthur Bliss: Orchestral Study No. 2
English Northern Philharmonia / David Lloyd-Jones
Naxos 553383 
 
2:18 am Alexander Scriabin: Waltz
HJ Lim, piano
Warner 14509 
 
2:24 am Jean Sibelius: Symphony No. 1
Minnesota Orchestra / Osmo Vanska
Bis 1996 
 
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 3 AM
 
Classical Music
 
3:01 am George Frideric Handel: Amadigi di Gaula: Sento la gioia (I feel the joy)
English Concert / Trevor Pinnock
Alison Balsom, trumpet
EMI 40329 
 
3:06 am Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco: Capriccio Diabolico
Sofia Soloists / Plamen Djurov
Carlos Barbosa-Lima, guitar
Concord 42048 
 
3:18 am Antonin Dvorak: String Quartet No. 12 "American"
Chilingirian Quartet
Chandos 8919 
 
3:44 am Johannes Brahms: Hungarian Dance No. 1
Leonidas Kavakos, violin
Peter Nagy, piano
London/Decca 19121 
 
3:48 am Peter Tchaikovsky: March Slave (Slavonic March)
Berlin Philharmonic / Claudio Abbado
DG 453496 
 
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 4 AM
 
Classical Music
 
4:01 am Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Serenade No. 10 "Grand Partita": Minuet II
Scottish National Orchestra Winds / Paavo Jarvi
Chandos 8553 
 
4:06 am Frederick Delius: Florida Suite: By the River
Welsh National Opera Orchestra / Charles Mackerras
Argo 430206 
 
4:13 am Hubert Parry: I was glad
Voices of Ascension / Dennis Keene
Mark Kruczek, organ
Delos 3300 
 
4:22 am Pieter Hellendaal: Concerto No. 3
Combattimento Consort of Amsterdam / Jan Willem de Vriend
RadioNederland 92019 
 
4:34 am Samuel Barber: Violin Concerto
Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra / Leonard Slatkin
Elmar Oliveira, violin
EMI 47850 
 
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 5 AM - 9 AM
 
Morning Edition
with NPR's Steve Inskeep and Renee Montagne
Featuring the day's top stories, news in context, thoughtful ideas and commentary, and reviews important new music, books, and events in the arts.
 
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 9 AM - 11 AM
 
The Diane Rehm Show
For more than 30 years, consummate interviewer Diane Rehm has offered her listeners compelling conversations with the world's most interesting and important people.
 
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 11 AM
 
Fresh Air
with Terry Gross
A daily interview and features program opening the window on contemporary arts and issues with guests from worlds as diverse as literature and economics.
 
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 12 PM - 3 PM
 
Here & Now
with Robin Young and Jeremy Hobson
Combines the best in news journalism with intelligent, broad-ranging conversation that updates the news from the morning and adds important conversations on public policy and foreign affairs, science and technology, and the arts.
 
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 3 PM - 6 PM
 
All Things Considered
with NPR's Robert Siegel, Melissa Block, and Audie Cornish
Breaking news mixed with compelling analysis, insightful commentaries, interviews, and special features.
 
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 6 PM
 
Marketplace (6:00 - 6:30 p.m.)
with Kai Ryssdal
Marketplace, the award-winning daily program about business and finance, is a fresh, new way of reporting business and finance subjects. Putting a human face on the global economy, Marketplace illuminates the ways that international business and finance relate to your life.
 
All Things Considered (6:30 - 7:00 p.m.)
with NPR's Robert Siegel, Melissa Block, and Audie Cornish
 
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 7 PM - 9 PM
 
The World Cafe
with David Dye
Making sense of a world of music with diversity and discovery. Hear the musicians who are shaping our cultural landscape.
 
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 9 PM
 
Jazz
 
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 10 PM
 
Classical Music
 
10:01 pm Alessandro Scarlatti: Rose Garden Overture
Philharmonia Orchestra / Simon Wright
John Wallace, trumpet
Nimbus 5079 
 
10:06 pm Jules Massenet: Thais: Meditation
Chen Yi, violin
Lars Hannibal, guitar
OUR Recordings 220602 
 
10:12 pm Georg Philipp Telemann: Concerto for Recorder and Flute
Camerata Cologne
Michael Schneider, recorder
Karl Kaiser, flute
DHM 77367 
 
10:27 pm Francesco Veracini: Violin Sonata No. 6
John Holloway, violin
Jaap ter Linden, baroque cello
Lars Ulrik Mortensen, harpsichord
ECM 1889 
 
10:49 pm Felix Mendelssohn: Symphony No. 2 "Song of Praise": Part 3
Seattle Symphony / Gerard Schwarz
Delos 3112 
 
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 11 PM
 
Classical Music
 
11:01 pm Vincenzo Bellini: Capulets and Montagues: Sinfonia
Orchestra of St. Cecilia / Myung Whun Chung
DG 471566 
 
11:06 pm Leos Janacek: Pohadka (Fairy Tale)
Matt Haimovitz, cello
Christopher O'Riley, piano
Oxingale 2019 
 
11:20 pm Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Symphony No. 33
English Baroque Soloists / John Eliot Gardiner
Philips 412736 
 
11:42 pm Riccardo Zandonai: Conchita: ler dalla fabbrica a Triana
Giuseppe Verdi Choir of Milan / Marco Armiliato
Renee Fleming, soprano
London/Decca 13279 
 
11:45 pm Ludwig van Beethoven: Piano Sonata No. 22
Garrick Ohlsson, piano
Bridge 9274 
 
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