I'm told there's some 'federal law' that prohibits listing the whole playlist!!!! Check out KBAQ - which reliably did the whole list for years - now doesn't. And I think it's KDFC which tells me it can't.
Yeah - I started listening to the Sibelius saying - oh - good time to turn off the music - then it got good for a few minutes - then it went back to boring - You're right. There was an interesting introductory comment - some composer's quote vs Sibelius' = watered down content.
The access to the full daily schedule is complicated and needs too many clicks to get to it. It would be much better to have the schedule of the whole day in a list form - without referring it to any particular speaker e.g. Naomi Lewin etc. It's really IRRELEVANT who is the host.Thank you, and I really hope to do something about this. By the way the Sibelus Symphony No 2 is boring and such a poor choice.Avi
There is absolutely no need! to race through the Choral Fantasy in C Minor, Op. 80 Ludwig van Beethoven. It becomes such a muddle for NO GOOD Reason! After the beginning simple-ish language it deteriorates into a huge race - supposedly of passion - a funny comparison just popped up - the ...oh well, some other time, maybe Distinct notes is preferred. They're so delicious when they're not run over!
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