Classical

Inside Music with George Marriner Maull feat. Incredible Gas Mileage - Bach’s Concerto for Two Violins in D Minor, 3rd Movement

Incredible Gas Mileage

Johann Sebastian Bach could create an entire movement of music from the smallest fragment of melody.  If he were alive today, he might well receive a special ecological award for…

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Discover Saint-Saëns’ Organ Symphony with image of Maestro Maull and the orchestra

Lights, Camera, Action!

I cannot deny it.  I am personally getting incredibly excited about our upcoming 6th production for American Public Television on September 18th.  Sounds like a long way from now, but…

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Inside Music Radio Show Episode:Another Side of Rachminoff

Another Side of Rachmaninoff

Host George Marriner Maull, as a 9-year-old boy soprano, discovered another side of composer Sergei Rachmaninoff.  He had listened to his mother play a number of his solo piano works…

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Dancing on the Danube

At The Beautiful Blue Danube by Johann Strauss, Jr. is easily the most famous piece by the celebrated “Waltz King ” and one of the most familiar pieces of music…

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Inside Music with George Marriner Maull: A Cry of Despair Part 2 - Tchaikovsky's Symphony No. 6

A Cry Of Despair Part 2 

In this episode, host George Marriner Maull continues to focus on the incredible music to be found in the fourth movement of Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No. 6.  Taking up where he…

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Inside Music Radio Show episode entitled A Cry of Despair Part 1

A Cry Of Despair Part 1

Tchaikovsky composed his 6th symphony between February and August of 1893 and conducted the premiere on October 28th – just nine days before he died.  That Tchaikovsky’s life had a…

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This has been an incredible series. I could take in SO much more than I could at the beginning ones. You have really trained my ears!!! I have been enjoying classical music for more than 60 years (as a child my parents played classical music at dinner and we guessed the composer) but I NEVER knew how to listen before!

— Attendee of NJPAC Classical Conversations with Maestro Maull