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Bella Bela

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A small part of Bela Fleck's arsenal
6:00AM
September
10, 2013

Bela Fleck is named for three classical composers…Bela Bartok, Anton Webern, and Leos Janacek. He seemed almost predestined to have classical music as part of his life.

From Mozart to “Amelie” on Next Fretworks

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1:28PM
July 11, 2013

Sounds of the classical guitar can be heard in a variety of settings in music of Mozart, J.S. Bach, Issac Albeniz and Yann Tiersen on the next Fretworks Saturday evening at 7 p.m. on Classical 101.

Music from England, France, Germany, and Italy on Next Fretworks

12:00PM
April
11, 2013

On the next Fretworks broadcast Saturday evening at 7, we will feature music from England, France, Germany and Italy as a part of “International Guitar Month.”

Bach and Rodrigo for Two Guitars On Fretworks

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Amadeus Guitar Duo
3:00PM
March 15, 2013

On the next Fretworks Saturday evening at 7, we’ll have some impressive guitar playing from the Amadeus Duo.  Dale Kavanagh and Thomas Kirchhoff will present a two guitar arrangement of one of the pinnacles of the violin repertoire, the Chaconne from J. S. Bach’s Violin Partita No. 2 in D minor. The Concierto Madrigal for 2 [...]

Pulling Strings: Puppet Show Engages Kids with Classical Music

6:00AM
January
18, 2013

In a push to get kids fired up about classical music, an orchestra and a puppet theater have teamed up to create a puppet show about classical music.

Swing It, Johann. Bach Like You’ve Never Heard It Before.

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Would Bach be a jazzer if he were alive today?
11:45AM
July
13, 2011

Think J.S. Bach didn’t know how to swing? Think again.