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October 29, 2008 From New Albany, Ohio, an 18-year-old pianist tackles Beethoven's "Waldstein" Sonata, a teenage violinist from Boston plays Wieniawski, and an 18-year-old soprano, who is brave enough to admit when her parents are right, sings a song for spring. This program originally aired on May 28, 2008
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December 14, 2006 Acclaimed choral master Philip Brunelle presents a varied history of American choral music with his own VocalEssence ensemble. Various members of the Washington, D.C. choral community join to celebrate colonial anthems, the African-American choral tradition, barbershop quartets, and the music of Leonard Bernstein.
October 16, 2004 American composer Dominick Argento often turns to the written word for inspiration. His newest work, "Four Seascapes," honors the Rochester library that introduced him to reading, while employing the work of four great American writers. Brenda Tremblay of member station WXXI offers a profile.
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