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NJPAC Classical Overture with Maestro Maull

Sunday, March 6, 2022  at 2:00pm: The Classical Overture hosted by Maestro Maullfollowed by Seong-Jin Cho concert performance Location: NJPAC Prudential Hall Join Maestro Maull for a pre-concert music listening…

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Shall We Dance? Some Homework

Maurice Ravel wrote the following words about his composition La valse, po̬me chorÌographique pour orchestre: “Through whirling clouds, waltzing couples may be fairly distinguished. The clouds gradually scatter: one sees…

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New Jersey Youth Symphony String Quartet

Ear Worms

This revolting term actually has a specific musical meaning! Wikipedia states: “An ear worm, sometimes also known as a brain worm, (that sounds even worse to me) is a catchy…

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Discovery Orchestra Chat 138 – Ravel String Quartet Part 4

Maestro Maull explores Ravel’s String Quartet featuring the New Jersey Youth Symphony String Quartet in this final Chat in the series! Watch and listen to Chat 135, Part 1 Watch…

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Discovery Orchestra Chat 137 – Ravel String Quartet Part 3

Maestro Maull explores Ravel’s String Quartet featuring the New Jersey Youth Symphony String Quartet in this third of four Discovery Orchestra Chats. Watch and listen to Chat 135, Part 1…

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Discovery Orchestra Chat 136 – Ravel String Quartet Part 2

Maestro Maull explores Ravel’s String Quartet featuring the New Jersey Youth Symphony String Quartet in this second of four Discovery Orchestra Chats. Watch and listen to Chat 135, Part 1…

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I was delighted to hear George Marriner Maull’s “Inside Music” when he discussed how to listen to and enjoy Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony, the 4th movement. To have the words of the choral Ode to Joy translated and explained (word for word) was enlightening and inspiring as well. And to learn all the intricacies of the music itself was fascinating.

— Inside Music radio listener

 

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