Lance's programs May 2017

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Lance's programs May 2017

Post by Lance » Sat May 13, 2017 12:12 pm

MAY 2017 RADIO BROADCASTS
WPEL-FM, 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. Eastern Time
http://www.http//wpel.streamon.fm/

May 09: Antonio Meneses, cellist
May 13: Boris Christoff, bass singer
May 20: Mady Mesplé, soprano
May 27: Samson François, pianist
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Re: Lance's programs May 2017

Post by John F » Sat May 13, 2017 2:55 pm

Will you play one of the songs from Musorgsky's "Nursery"? Christoff sings the whole cycle falsetto, as a soprano, in his set of the complete Musorgsky songs. Admittedly a terrible idea, though the child as a basso profondo is just as bad if not worse; he shouldn't have included the cycle at all. But Christoff was always a law unto himself.
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Re: Lance's programs May 2017

Post by jbuck919 » Sat May 13, 2017 7:02 pm

Thanks, Lance and John F, for your timely posting. I have now heard Lance's stream for the first time in all my years here. (Yes, I am deeply embarrassed by this :oops: .) Alas, I will never know what I have been missing. However, Lance's link did not work for me. I got "server not found." This worked instead:

http://wpel.streamon.fm/

I know that seems ridiculously simple, but at 7:02 on Saturday evening it is what worked for me. And thank you Lance, in spite of my negligence, for your wonderful work on this over the years.

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