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The CoffeeHouse Classical

Caution: Contents may be historical, but they’re still hot! We’re serving the classics!
29
Jan 2017
Posted in Uncategorized by coffeehouseclassical at 5:53 am

Join us as we journey once again to France! Debussy is one of the more well known composers, and his Premier Rhapsody is a real delight! 

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15
Jan 2017
Posted in Impressionist by coffeehouseclassical at 4:24 pm

Enjoy a daydream with Satie's impressionistic piece The Dreamy Fish.

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1
Jan 2017
Posted in Uncategorized by coffeehouseclassical at 4:58 am

Merry New Year from the Coffee House! Ring in 2017 with a bit more light music from Vienna, this time with a work from the stage. 

On our next episode, we'll be leaving the German-speaking romantic influence for Paris, so be sure to subscribe so you don't miss it!

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25
Dec 2016
Posted in holiday by coffeehouseclassical at 7:23 am

Enjoy a quick episode where we look into the past lives of some beloved holiday song!

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18
Dec 2016
Posted in Romantic, Waltz, Strauss by coffeehouseclassical at 3:56 pm

Even as the temperatures dip and snow covers the groud, this episode is full of the happiness of springtime in musical form!

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4
Dec 2016
Posted in Romantic, Wagner, Overture by coffeehouseclassical at 2:19 pm

He's been referenced in many of our previous podcasts. He's written some of the most well known melodies in classical music. He is Wagner, and you can learn about his eccentric life in this episode!

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24
Nov 2016
Posted in clarinet, interview by coffeehouseclassical at 7:54 pm

While you’re resting after feasting, take a listen to a re-released interview with Dr. Wesley Ferreira of Colorado State University. This interview was conducted a year ago, as a broadcast from the 90.5 KCSU FM radio studios, Fort Collins, CO.

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20
Nov 2016

Learn about the charming music of Austrailian composer Percy Grainger! 

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6
Nov 2016

What does the turn of the 20th century and the ancient Greeks have in common? They both influenced Carl Nielsen's musical voice! Find out more about Nielsen on this episode of the Coffee House!

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23
Oct 2016
Posted in Romantic, symphony, brahms by coffeehouseclassical at 9:11 pm

Why did it take Brahms so long to write his four symphonies, and why are they so fantastic? Find out in this episode!

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