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The Message in Music: Beginnings

Episode 1

Michah Rubenstein introduces the theme of the show as beginnings and plays Doh Rey Me from The Sound of Music and La Creation Du Monde, by Darius Mio. After describing his understanding of Life after death Micah Rubenstein plays a piece of music he feels represents his feelings: Alan Sivestri’s, No Words, from the Movie Contact. Dawn, breaking forth through the darkness of night is another type of beginning as portrayed in Ron Nelson’s Sonoran Desert Holiday and The Dawn from the film Pride and Prejudice. Now You Know from the musical Merrily We Roll Along depicts the notion that you need an ending in order to have a beginning. Michah Rubinstein concludes the show with Sunrise Sunset from Fiddler on the Roof.

Michah Rubenstein


Episode 1 Beginnings
Beginnings (1/21/2006)
Episode 1
Michah Rubenstein introduces the theme of the show as beginnings.
Episode 2 Resolutions
Resolutions (1/28/2006)
Episode 2
The theme of this episode is Resolution.
Episode 3 Beauty of the Peoples
Beauty of the Peoples (2/11/2006)
Episode 3
The topic of the episode is Beauty of the Peoples and Micah Rubinstein introduces it by playing Bugler’s Dream and Olympic Fanfare and Theme.
Episode 4 Generative Power
Generative Power (2/18/2006)
Episode 4
Micah Rubinstein introduces the theme of Generative Power by opening with I Won’t Grow Up from Peter Pan.

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