Vacation Destinations
for Your Ears
Stay-At-Home
Musical Activities
and Performances
#17
From the
Southwest Florida Symphony
Until circumstances allow us to meet again, please enjoy
these wonderful links and sites full of amazing
orchestral music and activities!
Please click below and let me know what you thought:
Itchin’ to get international again?
Travel through the genius, creativity, and inspiration
of these composers
as we visit Rome, Paris, London,
Spain, Brazil, Finland and Central Asia!
Click on the title to enjoy:
Written following two inspiring years in Italy after winning
France’s most prestigious musical award,
the Prix de Rome
Haydn’s final symphony, written in London in 1795
Composed in 1880, this version highlights gorgeous vistas of the area
as the music accompanies your views!
‘Symphonic impressions’ depicting three Spanish gardens
composed in 1915 for piano and orchestra.
We bring the stage to you,
in all its
irreplaceable splendor!
Can you imagine
our lives without this
magnificent music?
Four-movement tone poem depicting pine trees in different parts of Rome
at varying times of day, completed in 1924. Enjoy scenic views of Rome with this one!
A suite of 12 dances based on a tango or samba rhythm and named after
a place or neighborhood in Rio de Janeiro.
Originally written in 1920 for piano, listen for the unique and daring harmonies
as he deliberately composed each hand to be played
in a different key simultaneously, called polytonality!
Completed in March 1928 after the Gershwin’s second trip to Europe. When he was inspired
by the sounds of taxi horns along the Paris boulevards,
Gershwin returned home to incorporate them into his ‘rhapsodic ballet.’
Written in 1899 in protest of the increasing censorship of the Russian Empire, this exciting performance concludes with full chorus singing the hymn!
Take the time to enjoy these great
reminders of all we love and miss hearing,
until we can meet again safely
at
Southwest Florida Symphony
live concerts!
Enjoying these with your
students or children?
Let me hear from you:
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