Baroque Radio Stations

We have 11 radio stations playing Baroque.


Italy Classical Radio


Mario Castelnuovo Tedesco - Suite 508 op 170 21 per viola e pianoforte - Toccata
https://italyclassicalradio.it
Genres: classical chamber baroque

Davide of MIMIC


Johann Sebastian Bach - Sonata No. 3 in A, BWV1032 - II. Largo e dolce - William Bennett - Bach: 6 Flute Sonatas
https://www.davideofmimic.com
Genres: classical baroque romantic

Positively Baroque


Peter Ouwerkerk - NOORDT: Psalm VII (3 verses) - Van Noordt Organ Works, Vol 1
http://www.positivelybaroque.com
Genres: classical baroque talk

Classical Gold


Antonin Dvorak - String Quartet in D major (without opus number): II. Andantino
http://rokradio.com
Genres: classical opera baroque

CALMRADIO.COM - Light Classical


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https://calmradio.com/
Genres: classical baroque symphonic

CALMRADIO.COM - Adagios


Marc-Andre Hamelin - Piano Sonatas, Disc 1 - Haydn: Sonata No. 50 in C major: II. Adagio
https://calmradio.com/
Genres: classical baroque chamber

CALMRADIO.COM - Symphony


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https://calmradio.com/
Genres: classical baroque symphony

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The Pointers Sisters - Touch My Soul Vol.2 CD2 - Jump(For My Love)
http://www.berlinsbeatradio.com
Genres: rock baroque britpop

The Organ Experience


Gillian Weir - PARRY: Toccata and Fugue (The Wanderer) - The Grand Organ of The Royal Albert Hall
http://www.organexperience.com
Genres: classical baroque talk

ClassicalRadio (MRG.fm)


Fauré, P. Volondat piano - Valse-caprice
http://www.classicalradio.net
Genres: classical classical period baroque

CALM RADIO - RENAISSANCE - Sampler


Hesperion XX, Jordi Savall - Dowland: Lachrimae or Seaven Teares - Lachrimae Coactae
https://calmradio.com/
Genres: classical baroque

About Baroque Music

Baroque is a form of western music which was composed during the 17th and 18th centuries and followed the renaissance music era. Baroque music introduced the use of tonality which is where music is composed in a particular musical key which would set the foundations for the classical music era that would follow it and musical composition as we know it today.

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