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WGBH Forum Network; From Beethoven to Ballads: The Music of Landscape

07/08/2007

From Beethoven to Ballads: The Music of Landscape Aine Minogue, Celtic harpist Ran Blake, jazz pianist & educator, NEC Charles Ansbacher, conductor, Boston Landmarks Orchestra Mark Erelli, folk-blues-country singer & songwriter Scott Alarik, musician, critic, The Boston Globe Musicians and music experts explore the many connections between landscape and music, both historically and for present-day songwriters, composers and musicians. Featuring Scott Alarik of The Boston Globe, Celtic harpist Aine Minogue, jazz pianist and educator Ran Blake, Boston Landmarks Orchestra conductor Charles Ansbacher, and folk-blues-country singer-songwriter Mark Erelli in a moderated discussion and performance. This event is cosponsored by the National Park Service/Frederick Law Olmsted National Historic Site and Brookline Adult & Community Education.


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WGBH Forum Network
Program
From Beethoven to Ballads: The Music of Landscape
Program Number

3579

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Program Description

FROM BEETHOVEN TO BALLADS: THE MUSIC OF LANDSCAPE AINE MINOGUE, CELTIC HARPIST RAN BLAKE, JAZZ PIANIST & EDUCATOR, NEC CHARLES ANSBACHER, CONDUCTOR, BOSTON LANDMARKS ORCHESTRA MARK ERELLI, FOLK-BLUES-COUNTRY SINGER & SONGWRITER SCOTT ALARIK, MUSICIAN, CRITIC, THE BOSTON GLOBE

MUSICIANS AND MUSIC EXPERTS EXPLORE THE MANY CONNECTIONS BETWEEN LANDSCAPE AND MUSIC, BOTH HISTORICALLY AND FOR PRESENT-DAY SONGWRITERS, COMPOSERS AND MUSICIANS. FEATURING SCOTT ALARIK OF THE BOSTON GLOBE, CELTIC HARPIST AINE MINOGUE, JAZZ PIANIST AND EDUCATOR RAN BLAKE, BOSTON LANDMARKS ORCHESTRA CONDUCTOR CHARLES ANSBACHER, AND FOLK-BLUES-COUNTRY SINGER-SONGWRITER MARK ERELLI IN A MODERATED DISCUSSION AND PERFORMANCE.

THIS EVENT IS COSPONSORED BY THE NATIONAL PARK SERVICE/FREDERICK LAW OLMSTED NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE AND BROOKLINE ADULT & COMMUNITY EDUCATION.

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Chicago: “WGBH Forum Network; From Beethoven to Ballads: The Music of Landscape,” 07/08/2007, WGBH Media Library & Archives, accessed December 6, 2016, http://openvault.wgbh.org/catalog/V_30CA8EE6A0A84ACAB7A0FF972F638C87.
MLA: “WGBH Forum Network; From Beethoven to Ballads: The Music of Landscape.” 07/08/2007. WGBH Media Library & Archives. Web. December 6, 2016. <http://openvault.wgbh.org/catalog/V_30CA8EE6A0A84ACAB7A0FF972F638C87>.
APA: WGBH Forum Network; From Beethoven to Ballads: The Music of Landscape. Boston, MA: WGBH Media Library & Archives. Retrieved from http://openvault.wgbh.org/catalog/V_30CA8EE6A0A84ACAB7A0FF972F638C87
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