"Listen above for a narrated taste of the show’s endearing hodgepodge of radio music,
For many years, Voegeli’s work was NPR’s sound -
proof that the young network had a place,
a role in the future of radio.
Here’s a collection of the intros and outros, buttons and bridges, that Don Voegeli made over the years.
Thanks to Wisconsin Public Radio and the National Center for Audio Experimentation,
what a history!
Here’s Susan Stamberg’s take on new sounds, and new ways for us to sound, shared by nprchives in 2017.
pparently Voegeli’s music was controversial:
“Simply marvelous! Some folks can’t stand it!”
Julian Bream and John Williams-
The lovely guitar piece from “The Next Billion Years: Man’s Future in a Cosmic Perspective” is
Ravel’s Pavane pour une infante défunte.
Thanks to Paisley-Scotland for audio artwork.
It was taken at Ben Lomond, the same mountain from the Bream and Williams record cover.
(NPR co-conspirator Kevin Garcia [left] and I,
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