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The Message in Music: What Makes a Classic

Episode 17
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Micah Rubenstein debates the importance of classic works of music and the places they have in our lives. To illustrate this Micah played: Brush Up Your Shakespeare from Kiss Me, Kate, Bouree from Lute Suite in E Minor by Johann Sebastian Bach, No Two People from Hans Christian Anderson, Movement 1 and 3 from Moonlight Sonata by Ludwig van Beethoven, Penny Lane by The Beatles, Django byModern Jazz Quartet, Classical Gas by Mason Williams and Tonight from West Side Story

Micah Rubenstein
English

Episodes

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Episode 1 Beginnings
Beginnings (1/21/2006)
Episode 1
Michah Rubenstein introduces the theme of the show as beginnings.
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Episode 2 Resolutions
Resolutions (1/28/2006)
Episode 2
The theme of this episode is Resolution.
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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.
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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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