Monday, August 24, 2009

A Brahms for All Seasons

The formula of public radio is pretty simple, and pretty well known: we air the most thoughtful, compelling radio programming possible, and you (the public) pledge and send financial contributions to keep that programming viable. Along the way, you might like a tangible sign of our appreciation, and that's where the fun begins. How about everything Johannes Brahms ever wrote? We've run across a complete collection of Brahms's music that comes from the deep, extensive Deutsche Grammophon catalog, and I'm betting that, if you started today, you'd still be listening to discs for the first time next summer. (For the record, there are 46 of them.) Check out our online pledge options for more details, or just call up at 888-897-9424.

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