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At WHRB, musical marathons require a singular devotion

By Clea Simon
Globe Correspondent / January 20, 2006

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''Orgy Period" at WHRB-FM (95.3) is a labor of love. The twice-a-year marathons at the Harvard University station fill January and May with hours of specialty programming devoted to a single composer, artist, or record label. Yesterday was the second of three days celebrating the centennial of Russian composer Dimitri Shostakovich, for example. But despite the sleep deprivation of producing ... (Full article: 524 words)

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