Classical 91.7 Playlist

Playlist for Friday, January 30, 2015

  • 6:00 pm

    Classical Music

    A 24-hour live classical music service from American Public Media.

    Program Playlist
    • 12:01 am
      Old and Lost Rivers
      Composer: Tobias Picker, Conductor: John Williams

    • 12:06 am
      Flute Concerto No. 132
      Composer: Johann Quantz, Performer: James Galway, flute, Conductor: Jorg Faerber

    • 12:26 am
      Petite Reine Berceuse (Lullaby for a Little Queen)
      Composer: Victor Beraud, Performer: Rachel Barton Pine, violin

    • 12:31 am
      An American in Paris
      Composer: George Gershwin, Conductor: Ludovic Morlot

    • 12:50 am
      Concerto
      Composer: Tomaso Albinoni

    • 1:01 am
      Die schone Mullerin: Des Baches Wiegenlied (The Brook's Lullaby)
      Composer: Franz Schubert, Conductor: Eric Jacobsen

    • 1:06 am
      Sinfonia
      Composer: Johann Hasse, Conductor: Ilia Korol

    • 1:14 am
      A Blown Away Leaf
      Composer: Leos Janacek, Performer: Antonin Kubalek, piano

    • 1:19 am
      Symphony No. 45 "Farewell"
      Composer: Franz Joseph Haydn, Conductor: Derek Solomons

  • 6:00 pm

    Performance Today

    Performance Today features timely recordings that can't be heard anywhere else, recent performances by the great artists of our time and by the next generation of classical artists, from concert halls around the globe. Plus interviews and performances from the APM studios, and from concert stages around the country, along with classical music news and features. Every week composer Bruce Adolphe joins host Fred Child for a classical music game, the PT Piano Puzzler.

  • 6:00 pm

    Classical Music

    A 24-hour live classical music service from American Public Media.

  • 6:00 pm

    Exploring Music

    Exploring Music with Bill McGlaughlin is an exciting daily radio program that delves into a wide assortment of topics in classical music. Each five-program series builds off a single theme ranging from composer biographies to explorations of various cultures, musical styles, and time periods.

  • 6:00 pm

    Cleveland Orchestra

    The Cleveland Orchestra’s radio broadcasting history dates back nearly to its founding in 1918. These broadcasts were heard each week by people as far away as Maine, Florida, Minnesota, and Canada. In fact, Cleveland was somewhat of a broadcast pioneer — it was only the third orchestra to broadcast its concerts, having been preceded by the Detroit Symphony and the New York Philharmonic, both of which had begun their concert broadcasts earlier in 1922. Since 1965, the Orchestra’s broadcasts are syndicated around the world through the local radio station WCLV 104.9.

  • 6:00 pm

    Classical Music

    A 24-hour live classical music service from American Public Media.