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5:10 am: The Capitol City Band conducted by Jim Latimer performs the King Cotton March by J.P. Sousa,
5:16 am: The Academy of St. Martin in the Fields conducted by Neville Marriner performs the Concerto in E Major for Violin and Contunuo (L’estro armonico no. 12) by Antonio Vivaldi.
5:28 am: The Berlin Philharmonic ORchestra conducted by Herbert von Karajan performs selections from Gaîté Parisienne: the music is by Jacques Offenbach, arranged by Manuel Rosenthal.
5:37 am: More selections from Gaîté Parisienne
5:46 am: More selections from Gaîté Parisienne
5:55 am: More selections from Gaîté Parisienne
6:10 am: A tribute to the trout and the anglers who seek them.
6:18 am: The Middleton Community Orchestra conducted by Steve Kurr performs the Overture to Ruslan and Ludmilla by Mikhail Glinka
6:27 am: Jessica Johnson (piano) and Anthony DiSanza (percussion) perform Critical Crunch by Joel Naumann.
6:42 am: Frances and Howard Karp (piano four hands) perform the Slavonic Dance in E Minor Op. 72 No. 2 by Antonin Dvorak.
6:50 am: Howard Karp (piano) and Parry Karp (cello) perform the third movement from the Cello Sonata in G Minor by John IReland.
6:58 am: Victor Gorodinsky (guitar), David Cooper (balalaika) and Galine Dement’eva (domra) perform the traditional song “Shining Moon”
7:10 am: The original Pro Arte Quartet performs the final movement of Maurice Ravel’s String Quartet.
7:18 am: The present day PRo Arte Quartet with pianist Christopher Taylor performs the final movement of Piano Quintet No. 2 by William Bolcom.
7:25 am: Organist Benoit Mernier performs his Invention No. 1 from a set of five.
7:32 am: The Madison Bach Musicians perform the final movement of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s Symphony No. 29.
7:40 am: The Bach Dancing and Dynamite Society performs the last movement of Josef Haydn’s Symphony No. 85.
7:46 am: Soprano Rachel Eve Homes performs J.S. Bach’s “Sich ueben im Lieben” with Kostas Tiliakos (oboe) and Thomas Kasdorf (piano).
7:58 am: The final movement of the Quintet for Strings in D Major K. 593 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart performed by players at the Roken Creek Festival.