Radio Show: “Inside Music with George Marriner Maull”

Once Upon A Variation

Sir Edward Elgar, perhaps best known for his Pomp and Circumstance March No. 1 played at graduation ceremonies the world over, also wrote some of the most powerfully moving music…

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Last Tango in Bayreuth

The wonderful musical humor of Peter Schickele is the subject of this episode!  Host George Marriner Maull lightens things up with a look at Last Tango in Bayreuth, Mr. Schickele’s hilarious parody of the…

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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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Meet The Bartered Bride

Host George Marriner Maull will take you on a guided tour of one his favorite overtures!  In atypical fashion, Bedřich Smetana composed this overture before writing barely any of the music for the rest…

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Escape from Pandemia

We all need a mental break from the Covid-19 Pandemic!  Picture in your mind or Google a photo of where the prairie meets the Rocky Mountains or the Steppes of…

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Haydn the Jokester

Many people know Franz Joseph Haydn as “Papa Haydn”, a well-deserved nick-name in view of his reputation as the father of the symphony. But you may not know that he…

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I was thrilled when I finished listening to your second episode of my favorite piece of music. I always got emotional when I ‘heard’ the second movement of Beethoven’s Seventh [Symphony], but this time I was deeply touched as I could do much more than just ‘hearing’, I could finally ‘listen’ to Beethoven!

— Inside Music radio listener

 

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