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• Posted by Admiral Hull
• Date: Sunday, June 25, 2006, at 2:31 p.m.
• IP Address: ca1462-ch01-bl07.ma-cambridg0.sa.earthlink.net
• In Response to: Re: Cap listens to NPR (Jockolantern)


> I listen to their classical music selections at evening sometimes
> (although there's just not enough 20th century in their choices to keep me
> interested for long)
I agree, and now, because Mozart's 250, they're going to be overplaying his works all year! The deceased composer has my respect, but I can't stand his style. They should indeed play more of the likes of Stravinsky and Prokofiev.
As for the film score program, I've never heard of it and would be interested in hearing it. Fortunately, the conductor for the Chattanooga Symphony and Opera, Robert Bernhardt, has his own show on Wednesdays, and he's a loyal fan and admirer of John Williams and film music, so he plays it every so often.



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