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Baseball Cap - WRCJFM.ORG
Choral Works of Ireland & Scotland
Dave Brubeck Original Album Classics
Detroit Jazz City CD
Detroit Symphony Orchestra: Grace, Grit, and Glory Book
Downton Abbey "Ultimate Collection" CD
Eco Tote Bag
Frank Sinatra "A Voice on Air" CD
iPod Nano with Classical Music
John Philip Sousa
Masters of Music Big Band
Midday Entree Cookbook
My First Classical Albums
Pavarotti 50 Greatest Tracks
Rachmaninov Symphony #1 CD
Robert Shaw "Master of the First Art" CD
T-Shirt / Long Sleeve
Table Top AM/FM Radio
WRCJ 10th Anniversary Pewabic Tile
WRCJ Apron & Midday Entree Cookbook
WRCJ Blue Knit Cap
WRCJ Cafe Mug
WRCJ Festival Chair
WRCJ Jazz Pack
WRCJ Polo Shirt
WRCJ Winter Wonder Pack
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Classical Brunch Tickets - Sunday, April 23
Single Tickets to the WRCJ Classical Brunch series at The Community House in Birmingham, Sunday, April 23, 2017 11:30am ET.
Classical Brunch Tickets - Sunday, May 21
Single Tickets to the WRCJ Classical Brunch series at The Community House in Birmingham, Sunday, May 21, 2017 11:30am ET.
Conductor Baton - WRCJ
Add to the enjoyment of listening to WRCJ and participate in the music - conduct along with the greats!
Bryn Terfel, CD "Homeward Bound" - WRCJ
Homeward Bound is an inspiring, heartwarming collaboration between Bryn Terfel and the Mormon Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square featuring repertoire with a decidedly Americana feel while also reflecting the shared Welsh heritage of Terfel and the Choir.
Bryn Terfel, CD "Scarborough Fair" - WRCJ
Welsh bass-baritone Bryn Terfel has collected his favorite folk songs from the United Kingdom. 16 tracks include Irish, Scottish, English and Welsh classics such as "Carrickfergus," "Loch Lomand," "Blow the Wind Southerly," "Danny Boy," "My Little Welsh Home" and, of course, the title track "Scarborough Fair."
DSO Presents Rachmaninov Symphony #1, CD - WRCJ
In this new release on Naxos, Leonard Slatkin leads the Detroit Symphony Orchestra in music of Sergei Rachmaninov. The composer's Symphony No. 1 met with critical disaster at its 1897 premiere but has since taken its rightful place as one of the great Russian symphonic works of the late nineteenth century. The Isle of the Dead, Op. 29 is a vivid and powerful symphonic poem and was featured in the DSO's recent appearance at Carnegie Hall, where it was greeted with cheers and standing ovations.
Violin Lullabies, CD - WRCJ
Acclaimed violinist and new Mom Rachel Barton Pine is joined by pianist Matthew Hagle to perform some of the most beautiful lullabies by Brahms, Gershwin, Ravel, Schubert, Strauss and many others. 25 tracks in all! From Cedille Records.
Daniel Hope, CD "Escape to Paradise: The Hollywood Album" - WRCJ
Violinist Daniel Hope explores the music of exiled European movie composers in this 18-track CD. The center piece is the famous Violin concerto by Erich Wolfgang Korngold. Also enjoy music from Schindler?s List, American Beauty and Cinema Paradiso and guest appearances by Sting (The Secret Marriage) and German singer Max Raabe (Speak Low).
Invisible Stars, CD "Choral Works of Ireland & Scotland" - WRCJ
Desmond Earley leads the The Choral Scholars of University College Dublin in 16 tracks 61 minutes of breathtakingly beautiful music. Traditional tunes, soaring harmonies, and stirring poetry will have you feeling the mist and hearing the sound of waves crashing against headland and cliff.
Bryn Terfel, 2 CD Combo - WRCJ
Enjoy more than two hours of beautiful music from Welsh bass-baritone Bryn Terfel in this two-CD set. In "Homeward Bound," he's joined by the Mormon Tabernacle Choir for classics like "Shenendoah," "How Great Thou Art," and "Wonderful World." "Scarborough Fair" features "Danny Boy," Loch Lomand," and other folks songs from the U.K.