Dedicate Music To The One You Love

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Does Clair de lune remind you of your sweetheart? Is Rachmaninov's Piano Concerto No.2 your spouse's favorite piece of music? Send your dedication to [email protected] and you may hear it on the air on Valentine's Day.

Looking for something besides chocolate and flowers to give a loved one this Valentine’s Day? Give the gift of classical music with a dedication on NWPB’s NPR and Classical Music Service.

Write a brief reason why they are special to you and what piece of classical music you would like to dedicate to them. 

Send your dedication in by February 12!

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