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  • 00:01

    Rebroadcast of Heather Anne Pastore's Interview with ME

    in Podcasting

    Heather Anne Pastore



     


    http://www.blogtalkradio.com/a41rn/2016/02/13/inside-the-world-of-78-records-diamond-
    discs-and-cylinders-with-curt-hahn


     


    LadyGrandCentralofNYC


     


    Let's go back to a time when recorded music was in its infancy, when music was on 78's, diamond discs and cylinders. Yes there was a time for music before iPods and MP3 players!


    Curt is an expert in the world of 78's, diamond discs and cylinders. He too has his own show/podcast here on Blog Talk Radio called seeing into the Future where these gems are featured regularly. Join us as we today, and open yourselves to a new world of music!


     


    All Credit goes to Ms. Pastore    


    Thank you So Much 

  • 00:27

    Faith, Grace, Love

    in Lifestyle

    Often, we want to think that we operate in the kingdom of God by works so we can take credit.  However, God's kingdom does not operate by our works (the things we do), but by His grace, His way of doing things,

  • 00:34

    "Eleven Piano Pieces" by Rachmaninoff Rockin with Rachmaninoff

    in Classical Music

    Playing Forgotten Music of the old 78 records      S3productions


    "Eleven Piano Pieces" by Rachmaninoff


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     All credit due to the artist, musicians and Record Companies. No profit or income derived from this podcast. Have a historic 78 RPM and story you want to share with my listeners?  Contact me at: www.facebook.com/s3productions2 or curthahn74@yahoo.com


    Sergueï Rachmaninoff‎


    Label: RCA Victor ‎– M 722 3-10 1940 Vintage 


    Other (Record Catalog Number): 2127


    Country: Canada


    Genre: Classical


    Style: Romantic


    Rachmaninoff is widely considered one of the finest pianists of all time and, as a composer, one of the last great representatives of Romanticism in Russian classical music early influences of Tchaikovsky, Rimsky-Korsakov, and other Russian composers gave way to a personal style notable for its song-like melodicism, expressiveness and his use of rich orchestral colors. "Eleven Piano Pieces" by Rachmaninoff and played by the master himself (Victor Album M-722) is a collection that Rachmaninoff addicts have wanted for a long time.


    Sergei Rachmaninoff, "Eleven Piano Pieces" played by the Composer Records include: 


    2. M722-3 #2124, A:"Moment Musical" pus 16, No.2


    M722-4 2124 B:  "Prelude in G Flat Major" Op23, No.10


    3. M722-5 #2125, A: "Prelude in E Major"


    M722-6 2125 B 1. "Prelude in F Major"; 2. "Prelude in F Minor". 


    4. M722-7 #2126, A: "Etude in C Major"


    M722-8 2126 B: "Etude in E Flat Major" opus 33 number7


    5. M722-9 A: #2127, "Daisies" OP.38


    M722-10 2127 B: "Oriental Sketch". 

  • 00:19

    The Day| of the | Woman - Women & Their Credit

    in Christianity

    We will be talking about the importance of managing our finances wisely. What is your relationship with money and how is it affecting your life and ministry? We will explore Money Relationships with our special guest, Raquel Hinkson. In addition to being a minister of the gospel, she is also an expert in Credit Restoration.


    Moreover it is required in stewards, that a man be found faithful. I Cor. 4:2


    Steward - manager of household, treasurer


    So if you have not been trustworthy in handling worldly wealth, who will trust you with true riches? - Luke 16:11

  • 01:33

    Feelin The Bern? PT 2

    in Comedy

    Today Dave and Mike closely examined last night's Democratic Debate, gave credit where credit was due, and more!

  • 00:31

    Pacific Marine CEO Bill Birnie

    in Marketing

    The Power of Performance! Brought to you by http://xdi.com


    This week we go out to the West Coast to visit with Pacific Marine CEO Bill Birnie. Join as we learn about his career and the rewards and challenges of leading his Credit Union in our multigenerational marketplace.


    Since 1952, Pacific Marine Credit Union (back then known as Camp Pendleton Federal Credit Union) has been serving the financial needs of Marines, Sailors, and Civilian Employees living in Southern California. Join us for another great show!


    Click the link below to see why so many Credit Unions are participating in XDI’s 2016 Credit Union Chili Challenge to raise money for charity!  http://vimeo.com/143644961

  • 00:30

    The Car Man Show - 10 car questions every woman needs to know the answer to

    in Automotive

    Women influence over 60% of all car purchases. Understanding what is needed to secure a good deal is essential. Listen to Don Houston aka The Car Man educate women to be more informed on your next purchase

  • 00:34

    "Women's Grace and Grit: Live as though you're the smartest person in your life"

    in Women

    We live in times most interesting, a time when many a truth we were taught is evolving before our eyes. Truths such as what is power, what is family, what has authority are breath-taking in their change. And terrifying can be the change to what we thought was true and secure. 


    Women have been invited to step forth into more of their power, their impact, and their purpose to be leaders, healers and teachers of the changes we are in the midst of. Yet even planned revolutions bring unplanned course-corrections for staying true and on purpose to the heart of the revolution. Women are being asked to both heal historical rage and wounding while offering forth new forms of power which respect the living and purposes in life.


    Join me as I share my thoughts of the revoution we have begun, it's traps and it's treasures, and how you can navigate the impacts in your life and relationships. We live in times which can take your breath away and which call upon you to live the grace and grit being born a woman gives you.

  • 00:58

    Where does the time go?

    in Business

    How many times do you look back and wonder where does the time go. Maybe its at the end of the day and before you know it the week has gone by and then the a month and a year. So often I hear I should have done this, wanted to do that and another month has gone by and those important goals are no closer.


    On today's show you will learn how to get more done:



    Hard data on time use
    An unconventional approach to time management. 
    Technology and its role in your productivity
    Why we don’t accomplish our goals and how to avoid the traps 


     


    Today's Guest: Mark Ellwood


    Educated at McGill University, Mark Ellwood obtained a Bachelor of Commerce in 1978, specializing in Organizational Behavior. After working for ten years in product management at Procter & Gamble and Moore Business Forms, he began his own consulting practice in 1989. At that time, Mark invented the TimeCorder, a user-friendly device for tracking time spent on various activities. Clients use this user-friendly device to accurately measure their own results. The TimeCorder tracking system has been used by organizations in 31 countries around the globe.


    Mark’s groundbreaking productivity research with the TimeCorder, his practical insights into life balance, and his keen eye on the impact of technology on work have generated international media attention on numerous occasions. He has also presented papers on his research at international time-use conferences.


    In addition to his consulting practice, Mark also conducts practical seminars. He brings an entertaining and interactive style to his presentations.

  • 00:09

    The Pros & Cons of Credit Karma

    in Finance

    Sarae is joined by Melissa Duncan, Personal Finance Coach at mpowered, to weigh the benefits and drawbacks of Credit Karma for consumers.  As a nonprofit Accredited Credit Counselor, she shares her insight and expertise to discuss how consumers can use Credit Karma's services to understand of their credit, and what considerations to keep in mind.

  • 00:28

    5 Ways to Save On Your Homeowners Insurance

    in Motivation

    Save on Homeowners Insurance


    1.  Raise your deductible- the lower your deductible the higher your premium


    Example: You had a fire in your home and the estimate for renovation is $15,000.00 and your deductible is $500 the insurance company would send you a check for $14,500.00


    2. Bundle your insurances-like auto, home and life that may give you up to 15% discount


    3.  Ask for discount- Example: living near fire station, security system, deadbolt locks, history of being claims free, home renovations (new wiring, sensors that detect gas and water leaks and not smoking)


    4.  Shop around on a regular basis-sometimes staying with your current company gives loyalty rewards (insurancequotes.com and netquotes.com)


    5. A high credit score