Music.

1960sby Ansel Adams, UC Berkeley Organist Lawrence H. Moe professor

UC Berkeley organist, 1960s, Ansel Adams.

MUSIC (History & Performance): 

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https://johnpwalshblog.com/2017/11/08/five-african-american-classical-composers-and-their-work-william-grant-still-florence-b-price-harry-t-burleigh-william-levi-dawson-and-mary-lou-williams/     COMPOSERS AND ARRANGERS: William Grant Still, Florence B. Price, Harry T. Burleigh, William Levi Dawson, and Mary Lou Williams.

https://johnpwalshblog.com/2017/03/29/irish-folk-song-brid-og-ni-mhaille-young-bridget-omalley/ FOLK SONG: Bríd óg ní Mháille performed by Gillian Fenton and Fiachra O’ Corragáin. Music video.

https://johnpwalshblog.com/2017/01/30/irish-folk-songs-an-exploration-weile-weile-waila-performed-by-the-dubliners/   FOLK SONG: Weile Weile Waila performed by The Dubliners. Music video.

https://johnpwalshblog.com/2014/10/15/fritz-reiner-to-riccardo-muti-a-critical-look-at-the-modern-music-directors-of-the-chicago-symphony-orchestra-part-1-introduction/  CONDUCTORS: Chicago Symphony Orchestra Music Directors Fritz Reiner (1888-1963), Jean Martinon (1910-1976), and Georg Solti (1912-1997). Photographs.

https://johnpwalshblog.com/2013/12/20/21st-century-materialism-bested-by-16th-century-inspired-music-italian-ensemble-accordone-makes-their-offer/   OPERA: Contemporary opera by Guido Morini (b. 1959) based on Gregorian chant and Baroque polyphony. Music video.

https://johnpwalshblog.com/2013/12/13/beethovens-critically-contentious-early-new-music-2/    SYMPHONY: First Movement of Beethoven’s Seventh Symphony (1811-12) conducted by Carlos Kleiber (1930-2004). Music video.

https://johnpwalshblog.com/2013/12/16/consummate-marc-antoine-charpentier-messe-et-le-motets-pour-la-vierge-1702/   EARLY MUSIC: Messe et Motets pour la Vierge by Marc Antoine Charpentier (French, 1643-1704). Jordi Savall in the Chapel of the Palace of Versailles. Music video.

https://johnpwalshblog.com/2016/10/30/gato-barbieri-1932-2016-this-cat-really-had-nine-lives/   JAZZ PROFILE: Tenor saxophonist Gato Barbieri (1932-2016), Grammy-award-winning composer of Last Tango in Paris (1972). Photographs. Music video.