Classical (was: Fairbanks WKLB/WCLB & WCRB
Fri Jan 20 16:53:18 EST 2017
Thomas Stearns Eliot was a member of the Harvard ckass of 1910, unless I
David Elliott, who was more than likely the host of that program, plays a
fair amount of that sort of thing. His annual Christmas show used to
include a Harvard professor's eloquent defense of Ebenezer Scrooge.
WHRB's normal weeklyblineup is jazz 5AM - 1 PM; ckassical 1PM - 10 PM,
and rock overnight. During reading and exam periods they have what they
call Orgies: extended examinations if a particular composer or artist's
work. Those can last several days.
On Thu, 19 Jan 2017, A Joseph Ross wrote:
> I have a button on my car radio for WHRB, and I sometimes
> turn to it when I don't like what WCRB is playing. I
> think they still play jazz in the morning, and sometimes
> they have some other Harvard-oriented programming.
> One time several years ago, I turned to WHRB and heard
> some talk that I liked. It was a program, apparently
> circa 1965, in tribute to the poet T. S. Elliot, and the
> speaker was Groucho Marx. He and Elliot (whom he called
> "Tom") were fans of each other, and when they met, it's a
> tossup who was more thrilled.
> On 1/19/2017 9:19 PM, Don wrote:
>> Since we have a few classical music aficionados on the
>> list, I'd be interested in your thoughts...
>> When I scan, I quite often come across WHRB 95.3
>> playing Classical music during the day. They seem to
>> play some funky stuff and unusual classical
>> pieces...and some longer pieces.
>> The stationality and presentation are pretty plain
>> vanilla...but considering they are non-commercial, I
>> wondered if it would be a good option for those that
>> like classical music/radio....
>> I think WHRB has always been overlooked....in my memory
>> anyhow. ;-)
>> Any opinions ?
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