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Marlboro Month: Mozart
Tuesday, 08/02/11
Watercolors, Snow maidens, and Parachutes all make appearances in this morning's music. And we'll hear a live 2005 performance for the morning Marlboro Month feature as we continue to celebrate the prestigious Festival's 60th anniversary season.
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Marlboro Month: Brahms
Friday, 07/29/11
As our second week celebrating the 60th anniversary of the Marlboro Music Festival comes to an end, we'll hear a beautifully performed and produced recording of the Brahms Horn Trio from their 2005 season.    
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Marlboro Month: Bach
Thursday, 07/28/11
Something funny happened at the beginning of the Bach performance at the 1999 Marlboro Music Festival. You'll be able to hear the results in this morning's live performance of Bach's Brandenburg Concerto #3.
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Marlboro Month: Chausson
Wednesday, 07/27/11
This morning's "Marlboro Month" feature comes from August 8th, 2009 - the lyrical and lovely "Chanson perpetuelle" by Ernest Chausson.
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Marlboro Month: Barber
Tuesday, 07/26/11
For a summer morning: Samuel Barber's "Summer Music", in a live performance from the 2004 Marlboro Music Festival.
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Marlboro Month: Mozart
Friday, 07/22/11
Having trouble staying cool with the recent weather? Me too. So let's just leave that to the musicians from the Marlboro Music Festival - they have no trouble keeping their cool under most any conditions. This morning's Marlboro Month pick features the Mozart Flute Quartet in C with soloists including flutist Joshua Smith.
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Marlboro Month: Saint-Saens
Thursday, 07/21/11
Marlboro Month continues today with a live performance from a July 25th, 2005 concert at the Festival featuring clarinetist Romie de Guise-Langlois and friends. The music? Sublime, of course: Camille Saint-Saens' "Caprice on Danish and Russian Airs". Listen in the 9am hour for that - and thanks for your support of VPR Classical, now in our 7th year!
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