Encore – Classical Music on Shortwave

EUROPE:
This coming weekend Encore – Classical Music on Radio Tumbril will be broadcast at 11:00 UTC on SATURDAY on 6070 kHz by Channel 292.
There are two repeats – 19:00 UTC Friday on 6070 kHz, and 09:00 UTC on Sunday on 7440 kHz by Channel 292.
NORTH AMERICA:
WRMI will  broadcast Encore to the US and Canada on 5850 kHz 01:00 UTC Sunday and 9455 kHz 03:00 UTC Monday this weekend.
WBCQ Maine will send out the show on 7490 kHz at 01:00 UTC Monday to the US. (Broadcasts by WBCQ will stop in a week or two.)
Our email is  encoretumbril@gmail.com. Informal reception reports as well as those requesting eQSL welcome.
This week’s programme has the usual interesting mix of music – we have a Bach cello solo, some songs, an overture (King Arthur) by Henry Purcell, some exciting contemporary compositions and a bit of Janá?ek.
There will also be the first piece we have played on Encore by Szymanowski – his Lullaby Op. 52 – some Bruckner, some Hamish MacCunn, and music for flutes harp and lute.
A very varied selection as usual – but they seem to go well together. I hope you enjoy the sequence.
The playlist is on the website and will be updated soon after Saturday’s broadcast of the new show by Channel 292 at 11:00 UTC – but probably not until Sunday evening.
Both Channel 292 and WBCQ can be pulled live off the internet if the reception is poor in your location. Easy to find their sites with a google search.
In the meantime – thank you for spreading the word about Encore – Classical Music on Shortwave on Radio Tumbril. And thank you to everyone for letting us know how well the signal is received where you live.
Brice Avery – Encore – Radio Tumbril – www.tumbril.co.uk
Regular Broadcast times are:
11:00 – 12:00 UTC Saturday on 6070 kHz and repeated at 09:00 UTC Sunday on 7440 kHz and Friday 19:00 UTC on 6070 kHz Channel 292 (Germany).
01:00 – 02:00 UTC Sunday on 5850 kHz and 9455 kHz 03:00 UTC Monday on WRMI (Florida USA).
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