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


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.


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


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


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


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


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.


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