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Earlier, in the late 1930's as Richard O'Connor posts on his website: A Brief History of Beautiful Music Radio Music To Read By on New York City's WHN (later WMGM) began in August 1938 as a nightly hour (midnight to 1 A.M.) of classical and light classical recordings. With the addition of a few Andre Kostelanetz and orchestral popular transcription discs early in 1943 the program came to be advertised as "an hour of songs without words". A variation of 'slumber music', the show's selections were orchestral, melodic, and not necessarily subdued, chosen more to inspire than for soporific effect. Well established by the end of the war, Music To Read By became the beloved prototype of many late night programs featuring a similar musical mix before, and after, its demise at summer's end in 1949. WPAT, & WRFM are best known for maintaining the popular beautiful music format in the NYC metro area for many years in the mid 20th century.