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Inside Music: Beethoven's 9th Symphony Part 2

Beethoven’s 9th – the Last 10 Minutes Part 2

Maestro Maull continues to reference text painting as he looks at Beethoven’s incredible ability to make Friedrich Schiller’s words so much more powerful than they would be were they just…

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Inside Music: FourPlay String Quartet

Four Play

Maestro Maull looks through the centuries at the string quartet, an ensemble favored by composers as the vehicle to transmit some of their most intimate and deepest feelings. Using just…

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How Can We Understand Classical Music?

Laura Phillips Ward, who maintains The Discovery Orchestra’s twitter account @AhaClassical, recently forwarded me a tweet from Sweden! “How can I understand classical music I guess is the question.” This…

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Chats!

Just wondering. . .have you taken a look at our Discovery Orchestra Chats? This YouTube project began several years ago out of a desire at The Discovery Orchestra to provide…

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Discovery Orchestra Chat 145 – Goosebumps City

Have you ever gotten goosebumps listening to classical music? In this Chat, Maestro Maull brings you three of his favorite “goosebumps moments”. Tune in to see what his favorites are…

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Discovery Orchestra Chat 129 – Tchaikovsky Symphony No. 4 Part 8

Maestro Maull continues the exploration of the 4th movement of Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No. 4 in this last Discovery Orchestra Chat on the piece! Watch and listen to Chat 122, Part…

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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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