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Good Charlotte – Sex On The Radio

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vinyl 78 rpm record: master radio canaries “come back to sorrento”

February 19th, 2011 Ninoverolla music No comments
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vinyl 78 rpm record: master radio canaries “come back to sorrento”




this is a fun record that has classical music with bird song mixed in with it. the lable is fantastic and colorful, and the record plays at 78 rp and is 10 inches wide.

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Ken Winter, 81, Longtime CBC Radio Producer and Classical Music Critic He “was a prominent CBC radio host and …

February 19th, 2011 Ninoverolla music No comments
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Ken Winter, 81, Longtime CBC Radio Producer and Classical Music Critic He “was a prominent CBC radio host and …




Ken Winter, 81, Longtime CBC Radio Producer and Classical Music Critic He “was a prominent CBC radio host and …
Mostly Music in the 1980s and 1990s.” His long career as a critic included work for the Winnipeg Free Press, Toronto Telegram, and The Globe and Mail , and he was a principal editor of the Encyclopedia of Music in Canada.
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Sumkali brings India’s music and culture to Saginaw’s White Crow Conservatory of Music
Sumkali offers a fusion of India’s music with a dash of jazz, funk, rock and classical.
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Wordless Music’s Amazing Upcoming Schedule (Which, Yes, Includes Jeff Mangum)
Wordless Music is embarking on its fifth season of scheduling bands that tear right at hearts of indie and experimental music fans alike.
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Music critic and host Ken Winters dies
Ken Winters, a Canadian music critic and former host of CBC’s Mostly Music, has died. He was 81.
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Religion Notes
music Hadassah of Southern Nevada will present “Sunday Afternoon with the Cantors” at 1 p.m. Feb. 27 at Summerlin Library and Performing Arts Center, 1771 Inner Circle Drive. Tickets are $ 18 in advance and $ 20 at the door (501-0314). Mountain View Presbyterian
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Legendary conductor in Radio Hall concert

January 25th, 2011 Ninoverolla music No comments
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Legendary conductor in Radio Hall concert




WFIU Fundraiser for Classical Music Endowment – George and Aaron Walker Discuss the collection
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WFIU Classical music host George Walker and his son Aaron discuss the exhibit.

Legendary conductor in Radio Hall concert
Friday marks a premiere in Romanian classical music, as director Cristian Man deal will be helming the National Radio Orchestra for the first time in a concert also featuring Russian musician Nicolai Demidenko.
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Noted Indian classical singer dies
NEW DELHI, Jan. 24 (UPI) — Pandit Bhimsen Joshi, India’s celebrated Hindustani classical singer, died Monday at age 87 in a hospital after prolonged illness, his family said.
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Bhimsen Joshi is no more
Jan. 24: Hindustani classical music legend Pandit Bhimsen Joshi passed away at a Pune hospital this morning after prolonged illness, aged 88.
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The Guardian (UK) 01/22/11
Classical Music? What’s That? “I’m a big fan of keeping the music serious but making the rest of it accessible,” Rhodes says. “I hate the term ‘classical music’. Why not just call it ‘music’ and play it on Absolute Radio? There’s a massive snobbishness from the powers that be.”
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Classical music fans may lose out in Rice radio deal

August 28th, 2010 Ninoverolla music No comments
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Classical music fans may lose out in Rice radio deal




Classical music fans may lose out in Rice radio deal
The radio frequency proposed for classical music and arts programming doesn’t reach all of Houston’s suburbs.
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Fall Arts | Classical music: Big-time shows in intimate settings
An evening of classical music or opera in Kansas City doesn’t necessarily mean going to a big concert hall or performance center. Ensembles and smaller orchestras tend to offer more intimate musical experiences.
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Classical Music 27/8/10
Church of Ireland, Armagh Cathedral, Armagh, Until Sun Related Stories DVD: Four Lions (15) DVD: Cemetery Junction (15) DVD: Centurion (15) Blue bluegrass of home Roots/Folk Music 27/8/10
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The advantages of satellite radio

February 28th, 2010 Ninoverolla music No comments
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The advantages of satellite radio




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One of the great advantages of satellite radio is the fact that the programs are not interrupted by commercials. This is because the provider’s income comes from listeners and not from advertisers. Satellite radio services offer around 70 programs of commercial fee music channels each and you have a great variety of choices, from mainstream rock, hip-hop and dance music to folk music, opera, blues and many more.

Another great thing about satellite radio is the absence of static. You can be driving from the West Coast to the East Coast in the United States of America and you will not get any static at all on the way. The satellite radio signal is digital, which means that you will get crystal-clear sound wherever you go.

Satellite radio tuners receive, along with the actual radio programs, an influx of metadata that consists of information regarding song title, artist, radio program and radio channel. This means that your satellite radio receiver will display all the necessary information about what you are listening to. For instance, if you hear a great song and you want to know which artist sings it, you just look at the receiver‘s display.

All satellite radio programs are uncensored. This is one of the reasons why artists like Howard Stern chose to move their shows on satellite radio. You can also listen to your favorite hip-hop songs without the interruption of those annoying ‘beep’ sounds.

Satellite radio programs also offer information about local traffic and weather conditions. The information is very detailed especially for those who live in big cities. If there is a major national calamity and other terrestrial radio stations will not work, you can always count on getting accurate information from satellite radio program. You can also listen to satellite radio online on your computer.

If you still are not convinced on why you should pay money for something that you can get

Sirius radio specifications

February 24th, 2010 Ninoverolla music No comments
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Sirius radio specifications




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Sirius Satellite Radio has more than 150 channels available with the subscription that they provide. This includes 65 commercial-free music channels and 56 sports, news, talk, entertainment, local traffic and weather channels.

Music channels seem to be numberless, but unfortunately they aren’t even tough there are plenty of music stations that please every person no matter what gender of songs he or she likes. So, there are country music channels that include New Country, Classic Country, Alternative Country and Bluegrass. For hip-hop lovers, Sirius satellite radio has 4 channels: Hip-Hop Nation, Shade 45, Wax and Back Spin and not to mention the other streams where you’re ears will be delighted with house, club mixes, electronic a, disco, R&B, reggae and not to forget rock(classic, alternative, mellow, metal, blues) music. For classical tastes, there are three channels: classical pops, chamber music and classical voices. But if you are a jazz type of person you can relax by turning the radio on one of the six-channels of non-stop jazz.

There a lot of music programs that are hosted by international and national artist like Eminem, David Johansen Steve Van Zant, the Rolling Stone’s producer who can be listen on the Underground Garage channel.

Sirius has a beautiful collection of uncensored comedy that is available to you. You only have to tune into Sirius’s stream Raw Dog where you can listen to George Carlin, Margaret Cho, Cheech and Chong, Eddie Murphy, and Chris Rock

In the sports area, Sirius Radio has a terrific collection of channels and only enumerating those takes a lot of time. But here is a sum-up: the NBA, the NFL and the NHL. And besides this, Sirius wants to bring to you tournaments of men’s basketball games, the lineup of 27 college hoops programs and the

The growth of jazz music

February 16th, 2010 Ninoverolla music No comments
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The growth of jazz music




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In the turn of the century around 1920, many artists made their mark by playing in the discreet underground nightclubs known as "Speakeasies" which are high class , "Blind pig" lower class or "Smokeasy" for smokers. The United States once prohibited the sale of alcoholic beverages and smoking tobacco in clubs as a constitutional amendment. One could usually find an underground nightclub by the doors without a sign to indicate that there was such as establishment inside. Those dives also had a secret door that lead out to a passageway or alley in case the police came to investigate. The police had the power to arrest everyone in the place due to the fact that they were broke the law by being there.

However, thing were beginning to look up for Jazz Music once the invention of the record player or phonograph was made to play jazz albums. In addition, radio stations helped promote Jazz music, and made it popular among the public. Jazz Music became a music of class that earned the era a nick name known as the "Jazz age". The band leaders who became famous as Jazz musicians were Paul Whiteman, Ted Lewis, Harry Reser, Leo Reisman, Abe Lyman, Nat Shilkret, Earl Burnett, Ben Bernie, George Olson, Bob Haring, Vincent Lopez, Ben Salvin and many more. Paul Whiteman claimed to be the king of Jazz music due to his popularity. He earned the title when he hired some white Jazz musicians with Bix Beiderbecke included to combine jazz with larger orchestrations.

In fact George Gershwin’s "Rhapsody In Blue’ was commissioned by Whiteman as his debut for the orchestra.

Ten years after Jazz music became popular it was reinvented into a style that would be suitable for radio and dancing. This style was known

How does satellite radio work?

February 9th, 2010 Ninoverolla music 1 comment
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How does satellite radio work?




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Satellite radio is one of the biggest improvements in broadcasting since the introduction of FM. Satellite radio signal can be broadcasted for more than 35,000 kilometers (22,000 miles) with complete clarity and high quality sound. You will never get static interferences while listening to over 100 radio channels. The idea behind satellite radio has appeared in 1992, when the United States Federal Communications Commission granted a spectrum of the S band (the 2.3 GHz frequency) for Digital Audio Radio Service. The license to broadcast in that band was allocated to Sirius Satellite Radio and XM Satellite Radio in 1997. Now there are three companies that provide satellite radio in the world: Sirius and XM in Northern America and WorldSpace in Asia, Europe and Africa.

Each of these companies offer different broadcasting systems, since the radio signal of each is proprietary. This means that you will have to buy different hardware depending on your subscription to one of these companies. However, there are three components common to all satellite radio services: the satellites, the ground repeaters and the radio receivers. Different satellite radio companies broadcast the radio signal in different ways. For instance, XM satellite radio uses geostationary satellites which have orbits that are synchronized with the movement of Earth. These satellites are located above the equator. In order to allow subscribers to receive crystal-clear signal despite obstacles such as buildings, hills or bridges, XM satellite radio service has installed a network of repeaters antennas that receive the radio signal from the satellites and retransmit it to the subscriber’s receiver Sirius, on the other hand, uses satellites that have unique elliptical orbits around Earth. These kinds of orbits allow satellites to get higher in the sky than geostationary satellites and this prevents loss of signal.

Sirius and xm satellite radios

February 4th, 2010 Ninoverolla music No comments
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There are two major companies that offer satellite radio in America: Sirius and XM.

XM was the first company that offered satellite radio. It has two satellites named Rock and Roll and it has its studios in Washington D.C. Sirius Radio has three satellites and has its studios in New York As the XM was first, it has 3,2 hundred thousand, but Sirius brings competition with 1,1 hundred thousand subscribers in the present time.

Satellite radio is by far the best radio ever, making the AM/FM radios look old and dying even. This new era of radio has a lot of advantages that will please you at the maximum.

As the income comes from the subscribers not from advertisements, there are no commercials, no one is saying what to buy, no one is promoting their channel and no one is interrupting you from listening to what you want, where you want. There a lot of choices in want to listen to as both XM and Sirius have a big programming variety that includes music channels of world music(pop, rock, classical, rap, hip-hop, opera, country, western, jazz, dance, blues, Latin), weather, news, traffic, sports and entertainment channels. Local weather and traffic channels are available only for major cities in the U.S.A. provided by the two companies and every five minutes you can hear updates. The best thing in all channels is that there are uncensored. So, you can listen to uncensored stand-up comedy and hip-hop channels, at least for now.

The satellite radio has a very good sound quality, no static and no interference, a quality that may be compared with the one of a CD. The radio is based on a go/no-go system based on the strength of the signal. So, weak signal may cause dropouts.

You can easily get information about songs and artists right on you satellite radio receiver that can also help you select channels and categories.