Maine Public Classical will soon be adding new Maine based classical host voices into the mix as they join Robin Rilette’s team!  (Don’t worry, this is in addition to Robin!) The following questions will help us get to know you a bit better and understand your thoughts on a few topics so that we can better serve you going forward.  It should only take a couple of minutes.  Thank you for your time!

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* 1. When you are listening to Maine Public Classical what are you most often doing? Please be brief!

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* 2. What best describes your thoughts about including NEWS on Maine Public Classical?

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* 3. Do you appreciate the Cultural Conversations host Robin Rilette presents – her short interviews with Maine arts organization representatives?

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* 4. The next two questions will help us when we schedule our new local hosts for Maine Public Classical. 

What is the FIRST hour of the WEEKDAY morning when would you like to hear a Maine based classical host?

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* 5. What is the FIRST hour of the WEEKEND morning when you would like to hear a Maine based classical host?

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* 6. “Excerpting” is the practice of playing only a movement or section of a work, and not the complete work.  Which best describes how you feel about this practice on Maine Public Classical?

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* 7. Which best describes your preference about how Maine weather is or could be presented on Maine Public Classical?

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* 8. During the first hour you tune into Maine Public Classical (during the morning), how often would you like to hear the weather forecast?

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* 9. What is the number ONE thing you wish Maine Public Classical would start doing that isn’t being done now? Please be brief!

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* 10. What is the number ONE thing that bothers you or you wish were different about Maine Public Classical? Please be brief!

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* 11. Please list your top THREE favorite composers you would want to make sure are well represented on Maine Public Classical. (Sorry, only three!)

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* 12. Please mention one “thing” – it can be a composer, a specific piece, an instrument, a type of music or whatever that you would prefer NOT be included often on Maine Public Classical?

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* 13. If applicable, please list an example of music you discovered on Maine Public Classical that you now appreciate and enjoy.

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