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Frederic Chopin: Waltz No. 4 "Valse brillante" (Daniel Barenboim, piano)



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What’s Playing Now?

Classical Music
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1:06
Max Bruch: Scottish Fantasy (BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra)


1:38
Michael Gandolfi: Plain Song, Fantastic Dances: Quick Step (Boston Symphony Chamber Players)


1:46
Edgar Bainton: Pavane, Idyll and Bacchanal (BBC Philharmonic Orchestra)


1:56
Frederic Chopin: Waltz No. 4 "Valse brillante" (Daniel Barenboim, piano)



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Like a lot of college towns, Kent's identity and economy rely heavily on the university. And, like a lot of college towns, there's a tension within that relationship. That tension between Kent city residents and Kent State University students was roiling May 4th, 19-70.... WKSU's Kevin Niedermier looks at how the protests and shootings impacted the town, and how residents recovered.




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