Radio Show: “Inside Music with George Marriner Maull”

Our radio show "Inside Music" with George Marriner Maull. This episode is entitled "It's Cold Out There!" featuring Winter from Vivaldi's Four Seasons

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Antonio Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons – Le Quattro Stagioni – is perhaps one of the most recognizable and often performed compositions in all of classical music. While it’s not quite up…

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Inside Music episode entitled The Cafe Brahms, featuring 21 Hungarian Dances.

The Café Brahms

In this episode of Inside Music, host George Marriner Maull explores the effect that one of Brahms’s most significant influencers, Hungarian violinist Ede Remény, had on him. Asked by Remény in…

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Inside Music radio show has a new episode entitled "A Little Fugue ... A Little Tango on wwfm.org.

A Little Fugue … A Little Tango

Argentine composer Astor Piazzolla transformed the world of tango with his amazing compositions. In his Fugata, he actually begins a tango with a short fugue… which may have presented some…

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New Inside Music episode "Brahms Light" on wwfm.org

Brahm’s Light

In this episode of Inside Music, host George Marriner Maull presents another side of composer Johannes Brahms. Brahms wrote his Symphony No. 1 in C Minor, Op. 68 over a…

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Inside Music Radio Show episode entitled You’ve Heard It A Million Times – But Have You Really Listened? featuring Pachelbel's Canon

You’ve Heard It A Million Times

You’ve Heard It A Million Times – But Have You Really Listened?   Inside Music host George Marriner Maull looks into Pachelbel’s frequently encountered “Canon”. This work combines the musical…

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Inside Music Episode featuring Margaret Bond's "The Montgomery Variations".

The Decision

African American composer Margaret Bonds sadly did not live to hear her symphonic work, The Montgomery Variations, performed by a symphony orchestra. Today this work is being programmed by major…

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Today I watched an episode called “Discover Beethoven’s Fifth”, and it was marvelous! Maestro Maull and his talented orchestra gave me a one-hour thrill. I’ve always loved Beethoven, especially his Fifth Symphony. I studied piano for 7 years as a young person, and came to appreciate so many of the classical composers, but Beethoven’s Fifth has always thrilled me. I so appreciated the format of the program, and the Maestro involved all of us and taught us so much. Thank you for this fine program. And many thanks and praise to the orchestra! When the program ended, I clapped loudly and shouted “Bravo!! Bravo!!!”

— Judy Webb, Loveland Ohio