This week on “Going Beyond Words” we will take a look at the subject of romance, but with a twist as we investigate choral music by Liszt, Christine De Pizan; Valdas Jakubénas, Gary Carpenter & John Rutter. Plus two creations written for ballet, within the last seventy years by Paul Moravec and Bohuslave Martinù.
Join host Stan Schmidt this week on “Going Beyond Words” to celebrate the birth of our country with an hour of some great patriotic music just right for flag waving. Along with some memorable words from President Lincoln, spoken by Walter Cronkite, to music by Aaron Copland.
Going Beyond Words Show 2028 – Master Creations of Choral Greatness On this week’s broadcast of “Going Beyond Words” we will answer musically what choral greatness really is by listening to music by some of the most talented composers of history. Consider adding this to your explore list. For a look at the CD’s used […]
Going Beyond Words w/ Stan Schmidt Show 1902 – A Mendelssohn Surprise This week on “Going Beyond Words” you will hear a Mendelssohn Surprise. An unaccompanied mass for two four part choirs but Felix was now the composer. You need to hear this magnificent composition. For a look at the CD’s used and a complete […]
Going Beyond Words w/ Stan Schmidt Show 2009 – Like Father, Like Son As host for “Going Beyond Words” I’d like to invite you to our program this week when we examine choral music of a father and son from Sweden who write both classical and jazz choral music. For a look at the CD’s […]
Going Beyond Words w/ Stan Schmidt A Fountain of Voices Join Stan Schmidt for his next installment of “Going Beyond Words” for a program called “A Fountain of Voices.” Be ready for one surprise after another, as you hear music from England, Portugal, Scotland, Germany, Russia and America. For a look at the CD’s used […]
As choral groups go on hiatus for the summer, what outlet does a singer have for making music? Vocalizing in the shower isn’t the same as harmonizing with a group. And while it’s rewarding to rehearse and perform with a choir, sometimes a singer just wants to have fun, without the commitment. “Fun” is the idea behind community […]
I’m Stan Schmidt, your host for “Going Beyond Words”, inviting you to enjoy music by Luigi Cherubini, David Sisco, William Byrd, Gerald Finzi, Thomas Tomkins, John Hoybye, Rachmaninov and a commisioned work by Omaha composer Jackson Berkey.
This week on “Going Beyond Words”, we will take a trip from 1585 through 1897 and visit the music of the renaissance, baroque and romantic periods. Listen in to a double choir setting of Psalm 2 by Heinrich Schütz and wonderful display of Dixit Dominus by Alessandro Scarlatti and the always enjoyable, Liebeslieder-Walzer Op 52 by Johannes Brahms.
I’m Stan Schmidt, your host for “Going Beyond Words.” This week you will experience a major work written in 1713 by George Fredric Handel, that celebrates a peace treaty. A superb mail choir from Taipei Formosa, and a magnificent choral ensemble from Hannover Germany.