Composers Datebook

Overview

Composers Datebook is a daily two-minute program designed to inform, engage, and entertain listeners with timely information about composers of the past and present. Each program notes significant or intriguing musical events involving composers of the past and present - with appropriate and accessible music related to each.

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host

John Zech

length

00:02:00

number of programs/frequency

Continuous

Program feed schedule

Composers Datebook is distributed by American Public Media via the ContentDepot.

ContentDepot Delivery Time: Monday 0:00 ET

Each feed contains seven segments for Monday through Sunday of the current week.

See Feeds page for further details.

promo access

program web site

www.composersdatebook.org

broadcast rights

American Public Media client stations may carry any or all Composers Datebook programs an unlimited number of times on the air date (within the 24-hour release period for each day-specific program). No excerpting or editing of an individual program is allowed; it must be carried in its entirety.

This program is free for APM affiliate stations. If you are a non-affiliate station and are interested in the program, please contact us about affiliation. Stations must confirm carriage before putting it on the air.

cds, tapes and transcripts

To purchase a Composers Datebook program on CD or listen to audio files please visit www.composersdatebook.org

Featured Audio

Composers Datebook: From September 22
President Eisenhower accidentally titles a song cycle for Leonard Bernstein: 'Arias and Barcarolles'