Friday, June 11, 2010

Alpha & Omega

In the novel Steppenwolf the protagonist Harry Haller observes that Brahms and Wagner were seen as being as far apart in music as possible and yet in Hell they suffer for the same sin - over orchestration. Liszt and Brahms were both following the footsteps of Beethoven and they grew in totally different directions.

On the Piano this Sunday, Alpha and Omega, the music from different ends of the romantic spectrum. Hear the Piano at 5 this Sunday afternoon on KPAC & KTXI.

host Randy Anderson

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