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William H. Scheide Memorial Tribute
The Classical Network celebrates the life of philanthropist, civil
rights activist, musician, scholar, educator, and cultural ambassador,
William Scheide, who died in November 2014 at the age of 100. He is
remembered for having founded the Bach Aria Group and for the Scheide
Library at Princeton University which houses one of the world's finest
collections of rare books and music manuscripts. Ross Amico is your
host for the program which includes commentary by those who knew him
best, as well as reflections from his wife,
Westminster Choir College of Rider University: 2014 An Evening of Readings & Carols
Hosts: Marjorie Herman & David Osenberg. Recorded live in Princeton Chapel, Princeton University.
Webcast Bonus! Pre-Concert Interviews with Patricia Joyce, New Jersey Youth Chorus & Robert Young McMahan, accordion
Jorge Bolet: A Centenary Celebration
Jon M. Samuels and Joseph Patrych host this look at the life and career of Jorge Bolet.
Broadside to Anthem: The Music of the War of 1812
David Hildebrand, director of the Colonial Music Institute, hosts this lyrical journey through the War of 1812 in America, as told
through told through songs and lyrics of that forgotten era which
inspired our national anthem.
Orli's Babies Got Bach
Join Marjorie Herman for a look at Orli Shaham's Baby Got Bach program - which presents classical music to children ages three to six.
Vera's Story - A Holocaust Remembrance Program
Holocaust Survivor Vera Herman Goodkin recounts her story of survival and rescue by Raoul Wallenberg as a child in Czechoslovakia and Hungary during the Holocaust. With additional narration by Bill Zagorski and music interludes of works by composers who perished in the Holocaust or wrote music in memory of the victims.
Regularly heard WWFM Specialty Programs
A Little Night Music with Michael Kownacky (Saturdays 10 pm and Saturdays 12 am week later)
A Tempo with Rachel Katz (Saturdays at 7 pm)
Cadenza with David Osenberg (Thursdays at 10 pm and Saturdays at 7am)
Curtis Calls (Wednesdays at noon and Mondays at 10 pm)
Distant Mirror with Allan Kelly (Fridays at 10 pm and Tuesdays at 10 pm)
The Dress Circle with Ted Otten & Michael Kownacky (Sundays 7 pm and Saturdays at 2 am)
Half Past with Carl Hemmingsen (Sundays at 11 pm and Sundays 1 am week later)
In a Broadway Minute with Howard Shapiro (8 am Fridays and 10 am Saturdays)
Living Well with Jennifer Vose (Wednesdays at 9 am and Fridays at 5 pm)
The Lost Chord with Ross Amico (Sundays at 10 pm and Wednesdays at 6 pm)
The Lyric Stage with Mike Harrah (Sundays at 8 pm and Sundays at midnight week later)
On the Wind (Mondays at 6 pm and Sundays at 6am )
The Piano Matters with David Dubal (Wednesdays at 10 pm and Sundays at noon)
Picture Perfect (Fridays at 6 pm and Saturdays at 6 am)
Sounds Choral with Marjorie Herman (Sundays at 2 pm and Mondays midnight)
Strictly Vinyl with Bill Zagorski (Saturdays at 10 pm and Sundays at 5 am)
Well-Tempered Baroque with Lewis Baratz (Fridays at 11 pm and Mondays at 2 pm)
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