Water Music

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Monday, April 22, 2013

In the fifth century B.C., water was classified as one of the four essential elements. Over the centuries, artists, poets, philosophers and composers have returned again and again to the mysteries of water for inspiration. This week host Bill McGlaughlin focusesĀ on Water Music with works by Vaughan Williams, Mahler, Debussy and, of course, Handel.

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