31 Days of Classical
with Emily Reese
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- 31 Days of Classical, Day 31: Done done done donnnnnne
Today we wrap up 31 Days of Classical with one of the most ubiquitous pieces of music out there: Beethoven's 5th Symphony. But don't let its ubiquity fool you; the piece is genius.July 31, 2014
- 31 Days of Classical, Day 30: Bach's epic cadenza
But why is the cadenza so LONG? Turns out, Bach had just bought a new harpsichord and wanted to show it off.July 30, 2014
- 31 Days of Classical, Day 29: Long live Clara
Clara was an outstanding human, and I adore this prelude and fugue she wrote -- particularly the fugue.July 29, 2014
- 31 Days of Classical, Day 28: a romp in the solar system
31 Days is a bite-sized month-long trial of Classical Music from across the spectrum of this wonderful, expansive music we love at Classical MPR.July 28, 2014
- 31 Days of Classical, Day 27: HERE I AM, I AM C MAJOR
31 Days is a bite-sized month-long trial of Classical Music from across the spectrum of this wonderful, expansive music we love at Classical MPR.July 27, 2014
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