Thursday Jun. 26, 2014
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 12 AM
 
Classical Music
 
12:01 am William Boyce: Symphony No. 6: Largo-Allegro
William Boughton
Nimbus 5345 
 
12:06 am Johann Sebastian Bach: Violin Partita No. 2: Chaconne
Vadim Gluzman, violin
European Broadcasting Union Recording 
 
12:19 am Mauro Giuliani: Variations on a Theme by Handel
Lars Hannibal, guitar
EMI 55573 
 
12:30 am Engelbert Humperdinck: Hansel and Gretel: Evening Prayer
Philippe Quint, violin
Lily Maisky, piano
Avanti 10402 
 
12:34 am Zoltan Kodaly: Variations on a Hungarian Folksong
Vienna Philharmonic / Georg Solti
London/Decca 452853 
 
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 1 AM
 
Classical Music
 
1:01 am Traditional: Loch Lomond
Chanticleer
Teldec 16676 
 
1:06 am Johann Rosenmuller: Suite No. 1
Hesperion XX / Jordi Savall
Astree 8709 
 
1:21 am Aram Khachaturian: Spartacus: Love Theme
Cincinnati Pops Orchestra / Erich Kunzel
Telarc 80657 
 
1:32 am Miguel Perez de Zavala: Variations on "Marizapalos"
Andrew Lawrence-King, harp
Harmonia Mundi 907293 
 
1:37 am Franz Liszt: Piano Concerto No. 1
London Symphony Orchestra / Colin Davis
Claudio Arrau, piano
Philips 416461 
 
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 2 AM
 
Classical Music
 
2:01 am Thoinot Arbeau: Basse Danse
Broadside Band
Harmonia Mundi 901152 
 
2:06 am Biagio Marini: Passacaglia
Musica Antiqua Cologne / Reinhard Goebel
Archiv 453418 
 
2:13 am Modest Mussorgsky: Pictures at an Exhibition
Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra / Riccardo Chailly
London/Decca 417611 
 
2:47 am Michel Blavet: Sonata No. 2 "L'Henriette": 3rd movement
Brian Luce, flute
Carrol McLaughlin, harp
Albany 1464 
 
2:51 am Giuseppe Verdi: The Force of Destiny: Overture
Metropolitan Opera Orchestra / James Levine
DG 449229 
 
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 3 AM
 
Classical Music
 
3:01 am Carl Stamitz: Concerto for Viola and Orchestra
Cologne Chamber Orchestra / Helmut Muller-Bruhl
Wolfram Christ, viola
Schwann 11060 
 
3:06 am Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: March No. 2
Chamber Orchestra of Lausanne / Yehudi Menuhin
Virgin 91122 
 
3:09 am Alexander Glazunov: Violin Concerto
Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra / Mariss Jansons
Nikolaj Znaider, violin
RCA 87454 
 
3:31 am Franz Joseph Haydn: Symphony No. 20
Austro-Hungarian Haydn Orchestra / Adam Fischer
Nimbus 5407 
 
3:46 am Edward Elgar: Serenade for Strings
Orpheus Chamber Orchestra
DG 419191 
 
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 4 AM
 
Classical Music
 
4:01 am Emmanuel Chabrier: Espana
Rembrandt Trio
Dorian 90222 
 
4:06 am Sergei Prokofiev: Cinderella: Happiness Waltz
Scottish National Orchestra / Neeme Jarvi
Chandos 8359 
 
4:10 am Daniel Elder: Lullaby
Westminster Choir College / Joe Miller
WCC 1310 
 
4:16 am Johann Strauss, Jr.: Kunstler-Leben Walzer (Artist's Life)
Vienna Volksopera Orchestra / Franz Bauer-Theussl
Philips 416819 
 
4:27 am George Frideric Handel: Trio Sonata
Academy Chamber Ensemble
Philips 412595 
 
4:40 am Maurice Ravel: Le Tombeau de Couperin
Cleveland Orchestra / Pierre Boulez
DG 2121 
 
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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 Joaquin Malats: Serenata espanola (Spanish Serenade)
Pepe Romero, guitar
Philips 411033 
 
10:06 pm Tomaso Albinoni: Concerto No. 12
Collegium Musicum 90 / Simon Standage
Chandos 663 
 
10:14 pm David Popper: Gavotte
Maria Kliegel, cello
Bernd Glemser, piano
Naxos 550785 
 
10:21 pm Johann Hummel: Grand Concerto for Bassoon
Academy of St Martin in the Fields / Neville Marriner
Klaus Thunemann, bassoon
Philips 432081 
 
10:46 pm Arcangelo Corelli: Violin Sonata No. 12 "La Follia"
Andrew Manze, violin
Richard Egarr, harpsichord
Harmonia Mundi 907298 
 
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 11 PM
 
Classical Music
 
11:01 pm Dag Wiren: Serenade for Strings: Alla marcia
Strings of the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra / Magnus Ericsson
Bis 1181 
 
11:06 pm Johan Halvorsen: Norwegian Rhapsody No. 1
Trondheim Symphony Orchestra / Ole Kristian Ruud
Simax 1085 
 
11:19 pm Morten Lauridsen: O Magnum Mysterium
Handel and Haydn Society Chorus / Grant Llewellyn
Avie 39 
 
11:27 pm John Dowland: Galliard to Lachrimae
Paul O'Dette, lute
Astree 7715 
 
11:31 pm Alexander Scriabin: Piano Concerto
Leif Segerstam
Roland Pontinen, piano
Bis 475 
 
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