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Classical MPR: Morning Glories

Classical MPR: Morning Glories

This week Classical MPR features five works by American composers to lead up to the Fourth of July. Tune in at 10 a.m. CT each weekday to hear one of these highlighted musical pieces

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New Classical Tracks: Sugarloaf Mountain - An Appalachian Gathering

Although Apollo's Fire is primarily a Baroque orchestra, its latest album is a recording of early American folk music. 'We follow the journey of the music through the stories of the men and women who gathered in the hills of Appalachia to build new lives,' says Apollo's Fire Artistic Director Jeannette Sorrell. Hear more about the album and enter for a chance to win a copy of the CD.