Bach

Inside Music with George Marriner Maull feat. Incredible Gas Mileage - Bach’s Concerto for Two Violins in D Minor, 3rd Movement

Incredible Gas Mileage

Johann Sebastian Bach could create an entire movement of music from the smallest fragment of melody.  If he were alive today, he might well receive a special ecological award for…

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Radio Show Inside Music: Bach in Love with George Marriner Maull

Bach in Love

The Largo of the Concerto for Two Violins is a powerful profession of love. We know the two great loves of Johann Sebastian Bach.  His wife Maria Barbara and he were married in 1707,…

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Bach to the Future DVD

Bach to the Future© is a one-hour educational program featuring an interactive look at J.S. Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto No. 4, Third Movement. Taped with a live audience at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center in 2002, the show highlights why Bach’s music has remained as exciting as when it was written.

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Inside Music: Bach's Antidote, Brandenburg Concerto No. 5, Movement 3

Bach’s Antidote

Movement III of Johann Sebastian Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto No. 5, knits together the built-in reassurance of fugue and ternary form with Bach’s ultimate optimism. Host George Marriner Maull will explore…

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The Annual Piano Prize Goes to

And The Annual Piano Prize Goes To….

Maestro Maull briefly recounts the story of his receiving The Annual Piano Prize as a seventh grader at St. Peter’s Choir School in Philadelphia.  He delves into the LP recording…

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Bach to the Future TV Show

Bach to the Future© is a one-hour educational program featuring an interactive look at J.S. Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto No. 4, Third Movement.

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Thank you so much for inviting us to attend the Saint-Saens “Organ Symphony” recording session. I have always enjoyed listening to this work. As is always the case, your tutorial was excellent! I cannot believe how much more I now know about the “Organ Symphony”. And with more understanding comes a better appreciation. The Discovery Orchestra is much bigger than I remember. Their performance was excellent and truly exciting! A really big pipe organ performed by Mark Miller further enhanced the entire listening experience.

— Earle Eaton, Recording Engineer of our predecessor entity the Philharmonic Orchestra of New Jersey

 

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