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The Message in Music: Resolutions

Episode 2

After introducing the theme of the episode, Resolution, Micah Rubinstein quickly hops into The Leaves of Virginia from the musical, 1776. Sergei Rachmaninov’s Prelude in C# Minor is also played. Micah discusses the importance of consonance and dissonance in music and provides examples. He also provides a demonstration from Victor Borge using punctuation as a means of resolution. Micah Rubinstein presents My Fair Lady’s I have Grown Accustomed to Her Face and an example of coming to a resolution. Guilty Verdict, from the film To Kill a Mockingbird is also presented. Micah Rubinstein plays a piece from the film, On the Waterfront by Leonard Berstein, that he feels captures the essence of resolution. The show finishes with Bob Marley singing I Can See Clearly Now.

Micah Rubinstein


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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