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Stream Daniel Kobialka’s Playlists

For those who either love Daniel Kobialka’s music or are unfamiliar with it, here is a list of music to stream.  The majority of them are free for listening.  Please let us know if you like the post. Stream Playlist URLs Daniel Kobialka – Cosmic Ecstasy This is early Daniel Kobialka https://open.spotify.com/user/llilly_gardner/playlist/2WZKf26Dq6GXKJdMzXRzt2 Musical Inspiration by… Read More ›

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Celtic Influences in Song Structure

  Listen to Track 3 from the album Celtic Fantasy as you read the review. Buy it Now Reprint of an AllMusic Review of Daniel Kobialka’s Celtic Fantasy by Larry Belanger “Daniel Kobialka takes his violin techniques, which incorporate a special warmth and subtlety of phrasing and intonation described by Arthur Fiedler, and adds a bit of Celtic structure… Read More ›

Daniel Kobialka with Leonard Bernstein

Classical Music Period Part 3 – Romantic and Modern Periods

  Daniel Kobialka with Leonard Bernstein         As noted in the first of this series, the music classification system describing the evolution of Western music follows that generally accepted by Music History Scholars.  To date these newsletters have provided a look into the key periods of musical development including: Early (prior to 9th century) Medieval (9th… Read More ›

Classical Music Period Part 2 – Renaissance, Baroque and Classical Periods

Part 2 in this series describes Western music created in the Renaissance period (15th to 16th Centuries),  Baroque period (1700 to 1750), and Classical period (1750 to 1820).  Take time to listen to one of the great pieces of music from this period.  The version below is of Pachelbel-Canon in D available at  https://www.wonderofsound.com/product/dreams-beyond-the-twilight-mp3/ Buy… Read More ›

Here’s to Love on Valentine’s Day

Each year on February 14th people celebrate the day by exchanging cards, candy, or flowers with a special person. Do you have any idea as to how it became associated with love and romance? Valentine’s Day Valentine’s Day is thought to have its origins in the Roman pagan holiday Lupercalia, a fertility celebration commemorated annually… Read More ›

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