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Welcome to ClassicalMusicAmerica where we play the widest variety of Classical music on the internet. We play every genre, from traditional Classical to the 20th/21st Century innovators. Most Classical stations divide up Classical into tiny sub-genres, we see it all as a larger artform. Stay tuned as we continue rebuilding our library, adding new music and working to improve our audio quality. We highly encourage your input on composers and artists you'd like to hear - write to us. Write to Jim Atkinson or Wanda Atkinson with any feedback or questions.
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Listen For These Composers On ClassicalMusicAmerica.com
Listen for composers including Aaron Copland, Aaron Jay Kernis, Alexander Scriabin, Alexander Zemlinksky, Allan Pettersson, Andrzej Panufnik, Annie Gosfield, Antonin Dvorak, Aram Khachaturian, Bela Bartok, Benjamin Britten, Benjamin Frankel, Benjamin Lees, Carl Nielsen, Caroline Shaw, Claude Debussy, Colin Matthews, Conrad Winslow, David Diamond, David Matthews, David Sampson, Dexter Morrill, Dmitri Shostakovich, Donnacha Dennehy, Eddie Sauter, Edgard Varese, Edward Elgar, Eero Hameenniemi, Einar Englund, Einojuhani Rautavaara, Elias Tanenbaum, Eric Ewazen, Erkki Melartin, Erkki Salmenhaara, Fartein Valen, Frank Zappa, Franz Liszt, Franz Schubert, George Enescu, George Gershwin, Gioacchini Rossini, Gustav Holst, Gustav Mahler, Halvor Haug, Hector Berlioz, Henri Dutilleux, Henryk Gorecki, Igor Stravinsky, Jacques Hetu, Jean Sibelius, Jeremy Howard, Jesus Guirdi, John Adams, John Cage, John Corigliano, John Tavener, Jonathan Newman, Joonas Kokkonen, Joseph Suk, Jose Serebrier, Jouni Kaipainen, Judd Greenstein, Kalevi Aho, Kronos Quartet, Leevi Madetojo, Leif Segerstam, Leonard Bernstein, Lou Harrison, Ludwig Van Beethoven, Magnus Lindberg, Mary Lattimore, Mason Bates, Maurice Ravel, Max Richter, Missy Mazzoli, Modest Mussorgsky, Paavo Korpijaaklo, Paul Dukas, Paul Hinemith, Pehr Henrik Nordgren, Peteris Vasks, Peter Tchaikaikovsky, Philip Glass, Pierre Boulez, Ragnar Soderlind, Richard Straus, Richard Wagner, Robert Schumann, Sebastian Fagerlund, Seppo Pohjola, Sergei Prokofiev, Sergei Rachmaninoff, Stephen Bryant, Ted Hearne, Terry Riley, Timo Andres, Uuno Klami, Vagn Holmboe, William Bolcom, William Brittelle, Witold Lutoslawsky, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, and Zoltan Kodaly.