Saturday May 25
All radio stations with an Internet audio stream have to compensate Sound Exchange, an organization under the US Copyright Office, for the right to stream commercial recordings.
This money finds its way to musicians, by way of record labels. One of the regulations established by Sound Exchange is that stations cannot publish in advance details about streamed commercial recordings.
Therefore, WCLV posts on the first business day following an "as played" log of commercial recordings we streamed complete with composer, work, artists, record label and number, plus time of airing and duration. The accuracy and detail of this information is unprecedented for WCLV.
To identify music in real time, refer to the "On Air Now" box on the front page of the WCLV website or to car radios with Radio Data Systems (RDS). We continue to list in advance programs of live music and pre-recorded concerts.
12:00am WCLV ALL NIGHT
6:00 CONCIERTO: Celebrating the Latin contribution to classical music with Frank Dominguez
Featuring Ernesto Cordero’s Concerto Antillano for Guitar & Orchestra
8:00 PERFORMANCE TODAY WEEKEND with Fred Child
Tan Dun: Eight Memories in Watercolor - Staccato Beans, Floating Clouds, Sunrain--Manuel Barrueco, guitar; Meng Su, guitar; Yameng Wang, guitar (92nd Street Y, Theresa L. Kaufmann Concert Hall) 4:10
PKG Bruce Adolphe on the Tristan chord [4:39]
Richard Wagner: Tristan und Isolde: Prelude and Liebestod--Dallas Symphony Orchestra/Jaap van Zweden (Meyerson Symphony Center, Dallas, Texas) 17:58
Jean Françaix: The Flower Clock--Joseph Robinson, oboe; Bellingham Festival Orchestra/Michael Palmer (WWU Performing Arts Center Concert Hall, Bellingham, WA) 16:20
9:00 PERFORMANCE TODAY WEEKEND
Johann Sebastian Bach: Preludio, Loure & Bourrée from Violin Partita No. 3 in E BWV 1006--Gil Shaham, violin (Hirshhorn Museum at the Smithsonian, Washington, D.C.) 8:06
Perfchat: Orchestra of St. Luke's with Fred Child and Pablo Heras-Casado
Robert Schumann: Symphony No. 4 in d Op 120--Orchestra of St. Luke's/Pablo Heras-Casado (DiMenna Center, New York, NY) 32:33
Antonio Carlos Jobim: A Felicidade--Jason Vieux, guitar (Classical KING FM, Seattle, WA) 4:34
10:00 MUSICAL PASSIONS with Eric Kisch: Tribute to Sir Charles Mackerras Part 1
11:00 THE SCORE with Edmund Stone: Robots, Androids and Cyborgs
12:00pm COMPOSERS DATEBOOK; CLASSICS FOR KIDS: Johann Strauss - Conversations in Music
12:08 CLASSICAL WEEKEND
1:00 OPERA IN AMERICA: Lyric Opera of Chicago
Jules Massenet: Werther (1887)
Werther... Matthew Polenzani
Charlotte.. Sophie Koch
Sophie... Kiri Deonarine
Albert... Craig Verm
Bailiff... Philip Kraus
Conductor: Sir Andrew Davis
4:00 13 DAYS WHEN MUSIC CHANGED FOREVER: May 29, 1913: The Premiere of the Ballet “The Rite of Spring” - Stravinsky’s completely original instrumentation and rhythms, and his use of dissonance, have made this work one of the most important of the 20th century, not to mention the riot and ensuing scandal that caused this Paris premiere to be one of the most shocking in all of performance history.
5:00 FROM THE TOP with Christopher O'Riley and America's finest young musicians; for more information, visit the FTT website - Recorded: July 20, 2012 in the famous Amphitheater at the Chautauqua Institution in Chautauqua, New York
Laura Park, violin, age 18 from Des Plaines, IL - Waltz-Scherzo Op 34 by Peter Tchaikovsky, accompanied by Christopher O'Riley, piano
Xavier Jara, guitar, age 18 from Arlington, MN - Sonata in D Kk 53 by Domenico Scarlatti
Emily Helenbrook, soprano, age 18 from Alexander, NY - O luce di quest'anima (Oh! star that guides my fervent love) from the opera Linda di Chamounix by Gaetano Donizetti, accompanied by Christopher O'Riley, piano
Franz Zhao, composer and pianist, age 17 from San Francisco, CA, performing his piece Ideas with FTT alum Alexandra Switala, violin, age 18 from Grapevine, TX
Ho Joon Kim, piano, age 13 from Los Angeles, CA - Hungarian Rhapsody No.12 in c-Sharp by Franz Liszt
6:00 FOOTLIGHT PARADE: SOUNDS OF THE AMERICAN MUSICAL with Bill Rudman: American History: Broadway Style - Take your seat for an American history class, which means selections from “1776,” of course, along with some other big chapters in our country’s book.
7:00 SYMPHONY AT SEVEN with John Simna
Léo Delibes: Coppélia: Suite (1870)
8:00 SATURDAYS FROM SEVERANCE - The Cleveland Orchestra/Manfred Honeck; Lars Vogt, piano; live from Severance Hall concert
Rolf Martinsson: Open Mind (2005)
Ludwig van Beethoven: Piano Concerto No. 3 in c Op 37 (1801)
Peter Tchaikovsky: Symphony No. 5 in e Op 64 (1888)
10:00 WEEKEND RADIO with Robert Conrad - Art and art shows are talked about by Peter Sellers and Peter Cook and Dudley Moore, Stan Freberg and Ruth Draper...Marginal Considerations with Jan C. Snow and This Week in the Media.
11:00 LATE PROGRAM with John Simna