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New to Classical?

Are you new to classical music? Then this is for you! The Discovery Orchestra…teaching listening skills that help you connect with classical music! And more!

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Discover Saint-Saëns’ “Organ” Symphony

In September, we recorded our 6th interactive television show: Discover Saint-Saëns’ “Organ” Symphony, featuring George Marriner Maull and ninety-one musicians of The Discovery Orchestra. This uplifting, educational show is available…

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Discover Saint-Saëns’ “Organ” Symphony

Thank you for your interest in The Discovery Orchestra at the APT Fall Marketplace! In September, we recorded our 6th interactive television show: Discover Saint-Saëns’ “Organ” Symphony, featuring George Marriner…

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Raritan Neighbors Interview Ginny Johnston

If you missed Executive Director Ginny Johnston’s interview on “Raritan Neighbors Online” via Facebook Live on September 15, 2022, you can view it now. Ginny discusses the upcoming live TV…

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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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“Your New Jersey” Interviews Maestro Maull

If you missed Artistic Director George Marriner Maull’s interview on “Your New Jersey” on August 27, 2022, you can view it now. Maestro Maull discusses the upcoming live TV taping…

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I was delighted to hear George Marriner Maull’s “Inside Music” when he discussed how to listen to and enjoy Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony, the 4th movement. To have the words of the choral Ode to Joy translated and explained (word for word) was enlightening and inspiring as well. And to learn all the intricacies of the music itself was fascinating.

— Inside Music radio listener

 

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