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Discovery Orchestra Chat 179 – Florence Price’s Symphony No. 1 “Juba Dance” with George Marriner Maull, Part 2

It was in 1933 when the first African-American woman would have her music performed by a major U.S symphony orchestra. Maestro Maull explores Florence Price’s Symphony No.1 which fuses Price’s…

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Discovery Orchestra Chat 178 – Florence Price’s Symphony No. 1 “Juba Dance” with George Marriner Maull

It was in 1933 when the first African-American woman would have her music performed by a major U.S symphony orchestra. Maestro Maull explores Florence Price’s Symphony No.1 which fuses Price’s…

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Discovery Orchestra Chat 162 – Dvorak’s Symphony No. 9 Mvt 1 Part 4

The fourth of 16 Discovery Orchestra Chats on Dvorak’s “New World Symphony”. In this Chat you’ll listen to Movement I along with seeing our Listening Guide on screen.

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Discovery Orchestra Chat 161 – Dvorak’s Symphony No. 9 Mvt 1 Part 3

The third of 16 Discovery Orchestra Chats on Dvorak’s “New World Symphony”. This is the third of four Chats that will explore Movement 1.

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Discovery Orchestra Chat 160 – Dvorak’s Symphony No. 9 Mvt 1 Part 2

The second of 16 Discovery Orchestra Chats on Dvorak’s “New World Symphony”. This is the second of 4 Chats that will explore Movement 1.

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Discovery Orchestra Chat 159 – Dvorak’s Symphony No. 9 Mvt 1 Part 1

The first of 16 Discovery Orchestra Chats on Dvorak’s “New World Symphony”. This is the first of 4 Chats that will explore Movement 1.

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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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