WCPE on the Internet





Listen on the Internet

WCPE streams audio over the Internet 24 hours a day in MP3, Ogg Vorbis, & Windows Media!


UPDATE:

( 09/26/14 ) 11:27AM EST - Our Ogg Vorbis and MP3 Stream Servers are back up and running! Thank you for supporting Great Classical Music here at WCPE. Please write to us at the email below if you experience any additional difficulties.

( 09/26/14 ) 9:15AM EST - Our Ogg Vorbis and MP3 Stream Servers are currently down. We are working diligently to bring you service back as quickly as possible.

( 09/02/14 ) 3:36PM Full service has been restored. Thank you, Loyal Listeners, for all your reports, information and feedback!

( 09/02/14 ) 11:04AM Our Windows Media Stream server is currently being repaired. We will reestablish service as soon as possible. Please check back for more information, or write to the email address below if you need additional help.

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Thank you for supporting Great Classical Music here at WCPE!


MP3:

Listen:
Click here to listen to WCPE's MP3 stream *
MP3

MP3

 

Need help?

What you need:
Choose this stream if you connect to the internet with a cable modem or better, and you have an MP3 player installed on your computer.
MP3 Provider:
Ibiblio
Download the free player:
Recommended MP3 players include:
  • For Windows: WinAmp or Real Player.
  • For Mac: Real Player or iTunes.

    * Linux & Unix users, copy & paste this URL:
    http://audio-mp3.ibiblio.org:8000/wcpe.mp3


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    Ogg Vorbis:

    Listen:
    Click here to listen to WCPE's Ogg Vorbis stream *
    Ogg Vorbis

    Ogg Vorbis

     

    What is Ogg Vorbis?

    Need help?

    What you need:
    Choose this stream if you connect to the internet with a cable modem or better, and you have an Ogg Vorbis player installed on your computer.
    Ogg Vorbis Provider:
    Ibiblio
    Download the free player:
    Recommended Ogg Vorbis players include:
  • For Linux: XMMS.
  • For Windows: WinAmp
  • For Mac: Audion.
  • Click here for a list of Ogg Vorbis players for other operating systems.

    * If a file begins to download (rather than a stream beginning to play) that means your browser doesn't recognize the '.m3u' suffix. Simply copy & paste this URL into an Ogg-friendly media player:
    http://audio-ogg.ibiblio.org:8000/wcpe.ogg.m3u


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    Windows Media:

    Listen:
    Please click here to listen to WCPE's Windows Media stream
    Windows Media

    Windows Media


    What you need:
    Choose this stream if you connect to the internet with a cable modem or better, and you have a Windows Media player installed on your computer.
     
    Download the free player:
    Windows Media Player