Something Old, Something New
With Mark Hofeldt
Saturdays @ 7PM and
Sundays @ 2PM

9/17

During the next two weeks, we'll explore Theme and Variations.  This weekend's program features through-composed or continuous variation forms, like the passacaglia, chaconne and ground bass.  You'll hear works by Pachelbel, Bach, Brahms and others.

9/24

We conclude our survey of the variation form this weekend by featuring themes with discrete variations composed by Beethoven, Brahms, Rachmaninoff and others.

10/1

We celebrate the Jewish high holidays with sacred music from the Judaic tradition by Rossi, Bloch, Bernstein and others.


10/8

We continue our exploration of Judaic music through the ages with music by Mahler, Copland, Gershwin and others.


10/15

We pose several musical questions and answers as we explore the world of antiphony, with compositions by Gabrieli, Bach, Bartok and others.


10/22

Don Quixote, the most renowned creation of Miguel de Cervantes, is the focus this week as we feature compositions about the fabled knight errant by Telemann, Strauss and others.

10/29

Music from Psycho and other scary favorites will be heard on this week's Halloween edition.