Going Beyond Words
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 […]
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.