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webtaper

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Feb 3, 2001, 3:39:24 PM2/3/01
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Could somebody provide some links to Internet radio sites that stream
contemporary classical programming featuring composers such as Ives,
Cage, Babbit, etc.???

Thanks...

Mike

Stan Scott

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Feb 3, 2001, 11:50:21 PM2/3/01
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Go to Spinner.com and download the free player. They have about 100
different music channels, one of them devoted to contemporary classical.

Stan

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jeff harrington

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Feb 4, 2001, 8:50:51 AM2/4/01
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In article <3A7C6DC0...@SPAMMENOTyahoo.com>,

http://www.kalvos.org - the king of all modern music stations

http://www.parnasse.com/classicalmp3stations.shtml - my listing of
classical stations

http://www.mp3.com/stations/all_modern_chamber - mp3.com stream
currently featuring Sessions and Bohuslav Martinu

http://www.mp3.com/stations/all_modern_piano - mp3.com stream currently
featuring Sorabji and Messiaen

http://www.mp3.com/stations/davids_eclectic_listening.html - eclectic

http://www.mp3.com/stations/composers - more eclectic

Enjoy!

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Rudy A Carrera

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Feb 4, 2001, 5:36:00 PM2/4/01
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I haven't had the pleasure of hearing the other ones, but the Kalvos &
Damien Show is pretty awesome stuff. There's also another one that Herb
Levy announces, and some amazing new music cuts are played there.

Rudy

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Stan Scott

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Feb 4, 2001, 8:25:47 PM2/4/01
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WOW! Thank you so much, Jeff. I love 20-21st century music, and you've
given me a great gift here. The link to David's Eclectic should be
http://stations.mp3s.com/stations/0/davids_eclectic_listening.html
I searched for it after the link below failed to work.

Thanks again,

Stan

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Steve Smith

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Feb 4, 2001, 11:01:13 PM2/4/01
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Rudy A Carrera wrote:

> There's also another one that Herb
> Levy announces, and some amazing new music cuts are played there.

That's "Mappings," part of the Antenna Radio network. The broadcasts are in
RealAudio instead of MP3, but the programming is always first rate:
http://www.antennaradio.com/avant/mappings/

I'll also put in a plug for "Wired for Sound," a show produced by
electroacoustic composer Chris Meloche. It airs in real time on Tuesday
nights, so it's not available on demand. But Chris plays some very fine
music, if you're able to tune in. The following is the latest playlist,
which I've just retrieved from my mailbox...

Steve Smith
ssmi...@sprynet.com

Wired for Sound
Host/Producer: Chris Meloche
Tuesdays 10 PM ET / CHRW 94.7 FM
Via World Wide Web in RealAudio: www.chrwradio.com
London, Ont., Canada

Now on Tuesday nights with an improved ear-opening formula!

#407 2.6.01
Approaching the Edge... and Back Again

Bernard Falaise: La Vie Sur Mars / Entonnoir / Acte II / Redo (Ambiances
Magnetiques)
Rene Lussier & Martin Tetreault: Boursonflure / Aventure / Creature
(Ambiances Magnetiques)
Arthur Bull & Daniel Heikalo: Migration Transatlantique d/insectes Luisants
/ En Attendant la Vendeuse de Toupies Chantantes / Whatever That Chord
Was... (It Had to be the Final Chord) (Ambiances Magnetiques)
Hugh Ragin Trumpet Ensemble: Emergency Exit (Justin Time)
Paul Bley: Lucky / Early Alben (Justin Time)
Bayley, Kiklis & Stach: Set One / Set Three (private CDr)

*** Celebrating 10 years on CHRW-FM. 1990 - 2000 ***

"Wired for Sound" is a weekly programme which asks the musical question,
"Where are we now... and how did we get here?" Several genres of music are
explored including contemporary classical, jazz, avant-garde, experimental,
electroacoustic, electronic, ambient, folk, roots, world and '60's/'70's
progressive. Host/Producer Chris Meloche is an electroacoustic music
composer and freelance music writer.

Wired for Sound - Host/Producer: Chris Meloche
http://www.hyperreal.org/music/exclusive/publicity/chris_meloche/

jeff harrington

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Feb 5, 2001, 6:51:45 AM2/5/01
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In article <vinf6.7696$5H.13...@typhoon2.ba-dsg.net>,

"Stan Scott" <sta...@bellatlantic.net> wrote:
> WOW! Thank you so much, Jeff. I love 20-21st century music, and
you've
> given me a great gift here.
>

Whoops... also check out a few I left out:

Going Places: Steve Layton's weekly show
http://www.mp3.com/stations/goingplaces

mikrotonz - microtonal music
http://www.mp3.com/stations/mikrotonz

sublimely 'bient - ultra-ambient electronic landscapes
http://www.mp3.com/stations/sublimely_bient

webtaper

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Feb 5, 2001, 10:03:24 PM2/5/01
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Wow! Thanks for the input guys... I'll check it out...

In the meantime, I found American Mavericks Radio:

http://radio.sonicnet.com/stations/station-62.asp

...but I haven't had a chance to listen yet.

Thanks again,

Mike

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