Encore Classical Music on Shortwave this weekend

This coming weekend Encore – Classical Music on Radio Tumbril will broadcasting on a third frequency again.
The folks at WWCR in Tennessee are transmitting the show for the second time at 01:00 UTC Sunday 24th (Saturday evening 23rd local in US) on 6115 kHz.
Encore – Classical Music this weekend is – of course – being broadcast as usual by Channel 292 (Europe) on 6070 kHz at 15:00 UTC Sunday 24th November.
And by WBCQ on 7490 kHz at 01:00 UTC Monday 25th November.
There is a repeat on 6070 kHz on Friday 29th November at 19:00 UTC.
Do let us know how well you can pick up Encore at your location by emailing to encoretumbril@gmail.com. We try to reply to all emails and will send eQSL cards for full reports.
This week’s programme has a varied mix of great classical music to enjoy. A clarinet Trio by Brahms, some of a string quartet by Beethoven – his last one – the 13th, and some singing from 12th century France.  We’ve more clarinet from Mozart – to compare and contrast with the Brahms, and then two lieder from Schubert’s Winterreise – performed by Fischer-Dieskau and Alfred Brendel.  The contemporary composer Meredith Monk does something extraordinary with a few instruments and the human voice before we finish with La Péri by Paul Dukas.
Both Channel 292 and WBCQ as well as WWCR can be pulled live off the internet if the reception is poor in your location. Easy to find their sites with a google search.
Thank you for spreading the word about Encore – Classical Music on Shortwave. And thank you to everyone for letting us know how well the signal is received where you live.
Brice Avery – Encore – Radio Tumbril.
Regular Broadcast times are:
15:00 – 16:00 UTC Sunday, and repeated 19:00 – 20:00 UTC Friday on 6070 kHz Channel 292 (Germany).
01:00 – 02:00 UTC Sunday on 6115 kHz WWCR (Tennessee).
01:00 – 02:00 UTC Monday on 7490 kHz WBCQ – (Maine).
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