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Church of Satan Sigil of Baphomet

Vox Satanae – Episode 247 – 109 Minutes – Week of 29 June 2015 This week we feature works by Wojciech Kilar, Lou Harrison, David Del Tredici, William Hibbard, Conrad Cummings, and James Horner with performances by Wojciech Kilar, The Symphony Orchestras of Poland and Katowice, Jan Krenz, The Kronos Quartet, David Del Tredici, Jon English, Charles West, Motter Forman, William Hibbard, Dora Ohrenstein, Larry Adams, Gregory Fulkerson, Daryl Goldberg, Andrew Sterman, Conrad Cummings, and James Horner. Only on Radio Free Satan!

Church of Satan Sigil of Baphomet

Magus Gilmore’s Classical Sonata-Allegro has been added to his music downloads page. In the early 1980s he wrote this piece for keyboard as an exercise in the style employed by Haydn and Mozart and then played and recorded it with a Korg synthesizer using timbres resembling Wendy Carlos’ pioneering Switched-On Bach album. It is a tribute to the great classical composers as well as to Carlos and her extraordinary works. The rough mix archived on cassette has been remastered by Warlock Gene of Vox Satanae. Those interested in Gilmore’s music and the classical style may find this a pleasant diversion.

Church of Satan Sigil of Baphomet

Vox Satanae – Episode 245 – 111 Minutes – Week of 15 June 2015 This is a very special crossover episode of Vox Satanae on Radio Free Satan. This week we feature works by David/Dee Palmer, Ian Anderson, John Lennon, Sir Paul McCartney, Graeme Edge, John Lodge, Justin Hayward, Pete Townshend, Peter Criss, Robert Ezrin, Stan Penridge, Paul Stanley, Michael Bolton, Gene Simmons, and Jeffrey Lynne with performances by Ian Anderson, The London Symphony Orchestra and Chambre Choir, David Dee Palmer, Leo Sayer, Peter Gabriel, Frankie Valli, The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Harry Rabinowitz, David Measham, The Moody Blues, The London […]

Church of Satan Sigil of Baphomet

Happy 15th anniversary to Radio Free Satan! In celebration of fifteen years of infernal audio, hear ALL of our current shows represented in this extra-long special, with unique contributions from every DJ. Also Magister Bill M. welcomes back Professor Sinister, host of Radio Free Satan’s “Vault of the Lost” program (2000-2007), for an exclusive talk about the station’s early history, its rise through the highs and lows, rare station recordings, and more. Hail Radio Free Satan!

Church of Satan Sigil of Baphomet

Vox Satanae – Episode 240 – 103 Minutes – Week of 11 May 2015 This week we feature works by Notker Balbulus, The Court of Alfonso X, Gilles Binchois, William Cornysh, Andrea Gabrieli, Orlando Gibbons, Jean-Henri d’Anglebert, and Giuseppe Tartini with performances by Ordo Virtutum, Stefan Morent, Ensemble Unicorn, The Gothic Voices, Christopher Page, The BBC Singers, Andrew Carwood, Symposium Musicum, Miloslav Klement, Timothy Roberts, The Rose Consort of Viols, Andreas Staier, Pierre Amoyal, Susan Moses, and Edoardo Farina. Vox Satanae (The Voice of Satan) presents classical music from its inception through the present in all of its forms. Each […]

RADIO FREE SATAN: THE DEVIL’S TRILL

Host Sonny Bellavance is back on the air on Radio Free Satan with The Devil’s Trill. He will present classical music from a very extended repertory…from the medieval period to the modern. Tune-in every week to listen and maybe learn more about your favorites composers and musicians. There will also be interviews with classical musicians and more. The Devil’s Trill on Facebook

VOX SATANAE #212: THE SCHERZO—CURATED BY MAGUS GILMORE

Vox Satanae – Episode 212 – The Scherzo – 145 Minutes – Week of 27 October 2014 This is a very special episode curated by our own Magus Peter H. Gilmore. An aural odyssey from joyous celebrations of vital existence to spectral dances of madness. In this journey highlighting the development of the symphonic scherzo, we feature works by Ludwig van Beethoven, Antonín Dvořák, Sergei Prokofiev, Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Jean Sibelius, Aram Khachaturian, Sir Edward Elgar, Ralph Vaughan Williams, Aaron Copland, Erich Wolfgang Korngold, Bernard Herrmann, Don Gillis, Anton Bruckner, Dmitri Shostakovich, Gustav Mahler, and John Corigliano.