Did you ever see a piano march?
As with music, politics, and American society in general, in baseball the 60s don’t really begin until halfway through through the decade. 1960 What’s the most dramatic play in baseball? A walk-off home run. How do you make it even more so? It’s in the 7th game of World Series. That’s how Mazeroski’s blast that…
You turn me on, you’re a radio.
Yankee haters might want to skip this one.
Memory is a tricky thing.
A mathematical puzzler.
Spanish guitars through the ages.
You cannot make this stuff up.
Some people call me Maurice.
A Modest man.
I’ll see you in hell, Pachelbel.
They’re gonna crucify me.
A little night music.
He finished this one.
Largely forgotten, but not gone.
Hey, Mister Telemann, tell-e-me bananas.
Three little words that say so much.
Christmas music a bit out of season.
The great thing about this country is that privilege only goes so far.
Ballet music from a leader of lieder.
All the music you can Handel.
Not just universal, multiversal.
An obscure composer, a harp and a flute.
Counterpoint works best when the listener can separate the voices, so why not use real voices?
I am not making this up.
A musical tribute to one of the world’s great cities.
Just the facts, Ma’am.
How hard could it be?
Bach, simple and unadorned.
All good things must come to an end.
Small Gods from “Didactylos could feel the crowd.” to “For a start, they believe with all their heart.”
Take Me Out to The Ball Game isn’t the only song about baseball.