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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The intense feelings associated with forbidden love – in this case between a woman and her brother-in-law – are given musical voice in Gabriel Faure’s romantic Suite from Pelleas et […]Read More
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart had an incredible sense of humor. Host George Marriner Maull believes it’s nowhere more apparent than in Mozart’s Overture to the Marriage of Figaro. Inside Music with […]Read More
Host George Marriner Maull explores the difference between hearing and listening while exploring details of the final movement of Brandenburg Concerto No. 4. Aspects of Bach’s use of the elements […]Read More
Movement I of Mozart’s Piano Sonata in C, K.545 is used by Host George Marriner Maull to look into “the problem with program notes” – the use of technical music […]Read More
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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.