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Inside Music Radio Show Episode:Another Side of Rachminoff

“Inside Music” Radio Show Episode: 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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Inside Music Radio Show Image for Dancing on the Danube. Stream from anywhere.

“Inside Music” Radio Show Episode: 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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Inside Music with George Marriner Maull: A Midwinter Pastorale. Listen from anywhere.

A Midwinter Pastorale

Host George Marriner Maull looks to warmer weather as he guides listeners in the unusual 5th Movement of Beethoven’s Symphony No. 6, the only one of Beethoven’s symphonies that contains…

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Inside Music radio show episode: March to the Scaffold, the fourth movement of Berlioz's Fantastic Symphony; stream it anywhere

March to the Scaffold!

Host George Marriner Maull will dive into what some historians believe to be a hallucinogenic musical excursion from the mind of French composer Louis-Hector Berlioz.  March To The Scaffold, the fourth…

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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.

— Carolyn Bross, Amazon Reviewer

 

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