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ORGANLive - Music of the organ on demand

Brent J

New member
I wanted to let all of you know about ORGANLive.

ORGANLive is an Internet audio station dedicated to the music of the classical organ. We're broadcasting our ever-growing library of over 1700 tracks of some of the finest organs and organists in the world. We also broadcast tracks sent to us by listeners who want their recordings played. The best part is it's all free, just go to ORGANLive.com to tune in.

This past week we just added a new reuqest feature. Now you can browse our entire library and requests tracks to be played. This means you the listener can decide what we play on ORGANLive. Check it out today, you can tune in with a broadband or a dial-up connection.


Frederik Magle

Staff member
Well, it's nice to have an internet radio channel dedicated to organ music, I just checked it out and it looks/sounds good! Hmmmm.. maybe you should play some of my tracks