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 12 AM
 
Music Through the Night
with Bob Christiansen
 
12:01 am George Gershwin: Liza/Promenade
Tashi
RCA 7901 
 
12:06 am Keith Jarrett: Bridge of Light
Fairfield Orchestra / Thomas Crawford
Patricia McCarty, viola
ECM 1450 
 
12:23 am Edwin Bagley: National Emblem March
Boston Pops Orchestra / Arthur Fiedler
RCA 60700 
 
12:27 am Clare Barnhouse: Geo. Washington's Birthday Party
New Columbia Brass Band / George Foreman
Dorian 93165 
 
12:31 am Jay Ungar: Ashokan Farewell
Nashville Chamber Orchestra / Paul Gambill
EMI 56720 
 
12:38 am Virgil Thomson: Louisiana Story: Suite
New London Orchestra / Ronald Corp
Hyperion 66576 
 
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 1 AM
 
Music Through the Night
with Scott Blankenship
 
1:01 am Franz Joseph Haydn: Piano Sonata No. 1
Maria Bergmann, piano
Hanssler 93081 
 
1:06 am Frederic Chopin: Nocturne No. 20
Academy of St Martin in the Fields / Michael Stern
Joshua Bell, violin
Sony 87894 
 
1:11 am Luigi Boccherini: String Quintet No. 6 "L'ucceliera" (The Aviary)
Smithsonian Chamber Players
DHM 77159 
 
1:31 am Gomidas Vartabed: Strolling
Chamber Players of the Armenian Philharmonic Orchestra / Eduard Topchjan
Isabel Bayrakdarian, soprano
Nonesuch 511487 
 
1:34 am Ludwig van Beethoven: Piano Sonata No. 7
Garrick Ohlsson, piano
Bridge 9274 
 
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 2 AM - 6 AM
 
2:01 am Henriette Renie: Contemplation
Naoko Yoshino, harp
Philips 446064 
 
2:06 am music continues...
 
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 6 AM
 
Harmonia
with Angela Mariani
Shakespeare in the Park - To be or not to be...a show of Shakespeare quotes paired with thematically related early music pieces? We say: "Yes-it is to be!" Bring a picnic basket and a blanket, and join us in the park.
 
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 7 AM - 11 AM
 
Sunday Baroque
There are many fine U.S. performing ensembles that specialize in playing Baroque music. Sunday Baroque will celebrate the Independence Day holiday weekend with exciting performances by a few all-American groups based in cities including Seattle, Pittsburgh, Houston and Baltimore.
 
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 11 AM - 2 PM
 
Classical Music
with Lynn Warfel
 
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 2 PM - 6 PM
 
Classical Music
with Mindy Ratner
 
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 6 PM - 8 PM
 
Sunday at the Symphony
with Center Stage from Wolf Trap
Simone Dinnerstein plays Bachs French Suite No. 5 in G Major, Schumanns Kinderszenen, and Bachs French Suite No. 3. Plus, the Moscow Chamber Orchestra play Prokofievs Five Visions Fugitives, the Chamber Symphony in C minor by Shostakovich and Griegs Holberg Suite.
 
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 8 PM - 10 PM
 
Pittsburgh Symphony Radio
with Jim Cunningham
In a program from the archives, Mariss Jansons conducts the Symphony No. 2 and Valst Triste by Jean Sibelius. Leif Ove Andsnes performs the Schumann Piano Concerto. And youll hear the 2nd movement from Michael Hershs Ashes of Memory.
 
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 10 PM
 
Music Through the Night
with Valerie Kahler
 
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 11 PM
 
Music Through the Night
with Valerie Kahler
 
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