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Blugue

This is a short poem I wrote after hearing the world premier of Hannibal’s One Land, One River, One People performed by The Philadelphia Orchestra. Hannibal coined the term “blugue,”which means a bluesy-fugue, while composing the piece. 46 more words

Classical Music

MMT Recommends: Summer Fun with Family Events at the Mann Center

Happy Father’s Day MMT Fam! If you’re looking for summer fun that the entire family can enjoy, and you’re in the Philly area, you can look no further than the historical… 895 more words

Scattered Thoughts

The Lord Of The Rings To Take Over The Mann

By: Greg Sacidor

You may have seen The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers in theaters over a decade ago, but nothing will be like watching it on a giant screen, accompanied by The Philadelphia Orchestra. 101 more words

Features

Weekly Vinyl – Planets

Holst: The Planets, Op. 32
The Philadelphia Orchestra, Eugene Ormandy, conductor
(1976)

It is amazing how the memory works. I won’t remember where I placed the car keys10 minutes ago but I will remember the circumstances of a purchase that happened many years ago. 166 more words

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