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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Johannes Brahms’s ability to distort our sense of rhythm is always lying in wait. Turn the corner… and we suddenly lose our rhythmic balance, and Maestro Maull is certain that […]Read More
When film composer Elmer Bernstein scored the 1983 comedy hit Trading Places, he chose Mozart’s Overture to The Marriage of Figaro to be the musical centerpiece of the film. However, he also intentionally paraphrased other orchestral works. Let’s […]Read More
The romantic music of Alexander Borodin is explored in this episode of Inside Music. Maestro Maull will focus on the Polovtsian Dances from Borodin’s opera Prince Igor. These dances were a favorite composition of […]Read More
Host George Marriner Maull keeps the holiday spirit going with Waltz of the Flowers from Tchaikovsky’s The Nutcracker. Normally performed perhaps a thousand times worldwide at this time of year, […]Read More
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Host George Marriner Maull concludes his look into the music of Johann Strauss, Jr. revisiting Wiener Blut and other Strauss mega-hits that tug on the heart strings of countless waltzers and non-waltzers […]Read More
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Movement III of Johann Sebastian Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto No. 5, knits together the built-in reassurance of fugue and ternary form with Bach’s ultimate optimism. Host George Marriner Maull will explore […]Read More
Perhaps as well as any composer and frankly better than most, Johannes Brahms was able to convey the feeling of loss… the death of a close friend, an irretrievable loss of […]Read More
Marvelous job, Maestro, as always! Thank you for doing such a splendid, insightful and careful deep-dive into the art and craftsmanship that Tchaikovsky, after much effort, put into creating this work. There really is no greater portrayal of young love in music than his Romeo and Juliet, and your thoughtfulness demonstrates it so admirably.