Radio Shows: "Inside Music with George Mariner Maull"
Join Maestro Maull for twice-monthly episodes of "Inside Music", delightful explorations into the musical details of various classical pieces. Click on any past episode below to listen right from our website!
"Inside Music" is broadcast on the second and fourth Saturdays of every month at 7:30pm ET on WWFM-The Classical Network.
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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 […]Read More
Beethoven dedicated a number of works to his friend, student, and (perhaps most importantly) patron Archduke Rudolph of Austria, who was 18 years younger than the composer. In fact,due to […]Read More
Codas are those extra endings with which composers often conclude one of the movements they have written – be that movement from a symphony, concerto, sonata, string quartet, solo piano […]Read More
Maestro Maull takes us into the ambivalent world of compound meter in which composers like Antonín Dvořák play with our senses as they toggle back and forth between organizing sounds […]Read More
When we mentionTchaikovsky, “playful and humorous” are not the first two words that usually come to mind. We have his tragic Symphony No. 6, Pathétique,the final work he bequeathed us, […]Read More
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 […]Read More
Maestro Maull continues the journey into the beautiful second movement of Antonín Dvořák’s Symphony No. 9, From the New World. After a quick review of the 3 themes found in […]Read More
Antonín Dvořák’s most beloved and well-known melody is to be found in the second movement of his Symphony No. 9, From the New World. And while its devastating beauty cannot […]Read More
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 […]Read More
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 […]Read More
I just listened to the first episode of this (Dvorak’s “New World” Symphony) and can’t believe how fortunate I was to run across this on Prime. I have heard Maull lecture many times before performances and now here he is right on my computer screen and with the clearest of visual aids. I promise if you listen to one of these you will understand a piece as never before. And, I have discovered from past experiences with his lectures that I always listen to any given piece with a greater connection. These “home” viewings of Maull’s lectures are such a gift! Highly recommended.