Jeannine: Where/when can one hear PIPEDREAMS?
Mr. Barone: One can hear PIPEDREAMS on select public radio/classical music stations around the country, which can be found listed here: http://pipedreams.publicradio.org/stations/ As some will note, various stations are quite enthusiastic about the notion of having an hour (or two!) of organ music in their weekly schedule, but other stations seem to think that they are doing a community service by including the program, even though they place it at inconvenient extremities of the day (very early morning, very late evening). But something is better than nothing, and the weekly broadcasts of PIPEDREAMS on radio stations to reach a weekly audience of @200,000 people. This could be a larger number, but we will get into that in a moment.
Regardless of the time of day or night, or the presence of a local radio broadcast of PIPEDREAMS, the weekly program can be accessed online at any time (24/7) wherever internet is available, with a very detailed website that includes links to artist biographies, CD sources, organ photos and specifications, at: http://www.pipedreams.org. In addition, you can link to an incredible archive of hundreds of past programs here.
Even so, with all of that accessibility and convenient time-shifting that online provides, still more than ten-times as many people hear PIPEDREAMS via the radio broadcast than via the internet (and that includes its global reach). Go figure. http://pipedreams.publicradio.org/listings/2016/.
Dr. Jeannine Jordan, concert organist with her husband David, are the creators and performers of Bach and Sons, From Sea to Shining Sea, and Around the World in 80 Minutes — live organ concerts with multi-media.