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WPRBPrinceton: Marvin Rosen played wonderful, sad, baroque sound that I love / Radio Survivor

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Last week I spent a little time with one of Marvin Rosen's early music specials at WPRB at Princeton, New Jersey. I kept listening to Biagio Marini's Sonata a tre over and over on the mp3, performed by Christopher Hogwood and The Academy of Ancient Music. It has that wonderful, sad, baroque busy-busy-busy sound that I love. You should download the show while you can.

Rosen, a full-time music educator with the Westminster Conservatory in Princeton, New Jersey, has a doctorate in music education from Columbia University. He was managing the record department at Princeton University's store IN 1997 when he was offered the opportunity to host a morning music program on WPRB 103.3 FM, the school's independent radio station, which has a strong signal and a following in Philadelphia. 

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