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DO.GMA Chamber Orchestra : 'American Stringbook'

Activity on: Classical/KSPC: Claremont, CA
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We actually didn't have a recording of Adagio for Strings in our library. Great help. The Diamond, Foote, and Schuman pieces are beautiful

Host: KSPC: Classical Programming Bio

KSPC is proud to present Classical Programming. KSPC first signed on to the FM (frequency modulation) band with 10 watts on February 12, 1956. The effort to establish a licensed FM broadcast station was initiated in 1955 by Pomona College students Ronald McDonald (Pomona '57) and Terry Drinkwater (Pomona '58). Edward Smith (Pomona '58), Charles Waite (Pomona '59) and Fred Wolf (Pomona '58) were soon to join the effort and took on key roles in engineering and programming. Prior to KSPC's inception there had been an AM carrier current radio station at Pomona College, call letters KPCR ("Pomona College Radio"). KPCR was taken off the air by the FCC for operating with too strong of an unlicensed signal, and it was then suggested that filing for an FM license would be the only legal way for students to continue broadcasting.