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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000692.txt from 2002/05

From: "mlmarmer" <mlmarmer@-----.com>
Subj: [kl] Commercial Classical Radio
Date: Wed, 29 May 2002 18:50:41 -0400

Hi George of Bar Harbor!

Getting all packed to come back to our rental home on the Union River in
Trenton, Maine and Acadia National Park for two weeks, on June 1!

On the classical station bit, I wrote that WGMS was one of the few
commercial, (non PBS) stations let in the country and I am surprised that
Maine has a commercial classical station. They do a good job, from what we
hear when we are in Maine in the June and the fall.

Of course, WERU in East Orland,does NOT play any classical music! LOL! A
little on the strange side, but they do play lots of Folk music!

Might stop by your lab, to say hello, if that is okay?

Mike Marmer
Germantown, MD
----- Original Message -----
From: "George Kidder" <gkidder@-----.org>
Subject: Re: [kl] More Brahms Trivia

> Yep, with ad after ad after ad!. Since Maine Public Broadcasting revised
> their curriculum, cutting classical music to the bone and introducing many
> of their OWN ads (which are just as annoying) there really isn't a choice
here.
>
> As of 3 years ago, WILL in Urbana, IL, was a good bet. They had a
daylight
> AM station which handled most of the "talk" stuff.
>
> George Kidder
> Bar Harbor
>
> (Sorry, you did say "one of the last commercial stations". I missed
that.)
>
> At 11:11 AM 5/26/02, Mike Marmer wrote:
> >In Maine, of all places, there is WBACH, www.wbachradio.com ! A network
of
> >commercial radio stations up and down the coast line, playing classical
> >music.
>
>
>
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