KCPB 90.9FM Astoria

Coast Community Radio

Thursday Coastal Classics (Music)

Thu May 17th 2018 8.00am–11.00am

R=listener request. N=music new at the station. L=local music. Your purchases using the Buy it! links help support the station.

Time zone: pacific

8:01am

Roger LeBow, cello, Eric Forrester, percussion, Lisa Sylvester, piano, “Range of Light and Truco”
composed by Erica Muhl
from Muhl: Range of Light CD (Albany 2004) —TR 3-6

8:25am

Kronos Quartet “Seven Papillons”
composed by Kaija Saariaho
from Kaija Saariaho: Chamber Music MP3 (Ondine 2013) —TR 4-10

8:36am

Sarah Chang, Violin, Berlin Philharmonic, Maurice Jansons “Violin Concerto In e Minor Op. 64”
composed by Jean Sibelius
from Sibelius/Mendelssohn CD (EMI 1998) —TR 4-6

9:05am

Wayne Marshall, Organist, Andrew Litton & Dallas Symphony Orchestra “Symphony for Organ and Orchestra”
composed by Aaron Copeland
from A Copeland Profile CD (Delos 1998) —TR 13-15

9:30am

Esa-Pekka Salonen & Los Angeles Philharmonic “Symphony No. 3”
composed by Witold Lutoslawski MP3 Single (Sony 1994) —TR 3

10:01am

Gewandhaus Blaserquartett and Wind Quintet Of Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra “Quartet No. 3 for flute, clarinet, horn, & basson and BlazerQuintet”
composed by Gioacchino Rossini and Franz Danzi
from East German Revolution, Pieces for Wind Instruments CD (Pilz 1990) —TR 11-17

10:34am

New Brunswick Youth Orchestra & James Mark “Dance of the Yao People (Arr. Xiuwen Peng for Orchestra)”
composed by Tie-Shuan and Yuan Mao
from Forbidden City Tour MP3 (Leaf Music 2007) —TR 6

10:42am

New Brunswick Youth Orchestra & James Mark “Music from film Jurassic Park”
composed by John Williams
from Forbidden City Tour MP3 (Leaf Music 2007) —TR 8


Like everything else, times are approximate. Spinitron and this station are not liable for errors or omissions.