Evening Masterwork

Each night at 7:00 PM join Tyler Kline for some of the best music ever written. Music that’s good enough to earn the title “Masterwork.” Listen for full length performances and large scale works like Carmina Burana, Mahler Symphonies, some new recordings and music that will be performed in our local concert halls. A full masterwork is featured each night at 7:00 PM on Classical WSMR 89.1 and in Tampa at 103.9.

This week on Evening Masterwork

William Alwyn
English composer William Alwyn was a bit of a Renaissance artist: not only was he a composer, he also wrote poetry and painted at an exceptional level. He began his studies in composition at the age of 15 at the Royal Academy of Music, and then at the age of 21, he became a professor of composition there. His piece Lyra Angelica, which means “Angel’s Songs,” is a fitting title for a work composed...
January 18, 2019 on Classical Music
Schedule:

Nightly, 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM on Classical WSMR 89.1 and 103.9

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gtkline@wusf.org

Tyler Kline
Host:
Tyler Kline

Tyler Kline is a composer whose music has been performed across the United States, and internationally in Canada, Brazil and Romania. His compositional interests encompass a wide variety of styles and mediums, from acoustic chamber and large ensemble works to electronic and electroacoustic music. A native of Kentucky, he earned his Master of Music degree in Composition from the University of South Florida. Learn more at www.tylerklinemusic.com.

Musical Notes from Evening Masterwork

Franz Schubert: Piano Trio No. 1 in B-Flat, Op. 99
Little is known about Franz Schubert’s Piano Trio No. 1 in B-flat, except for the fact that in his life time, the first trio was overshadowed by its companion, the Piano Trio No. 2...
Antonin Dvorak
Antonin Dvorak wrote his Serenade for Strings when he was in his early years of marriage, he had a brand-new baby boy at home and for once, he knew for certain that he would be abl...

This Week on Evening Masterwork

Antonin Dvorak
About fifty years ago, Dvorak’s symphonies were reshuffled a bit and numbered the way we know now. In Dvorak’s time, his Symphony in D was originally published as No. 1 – but it is...
Sergei Rachmaninoff: Piano Concerto No. 1 in f-sharp minor Op. 1
Believe it or not, Rachmaninoff’s Piano Concerto No. 1 was actually a student work by the composer:  it was composed when he was just 18 years old. However, the version we know tod...
Johannes Brahms: Symphony No. 2 in D Op. 73
Johannes Brahms took quite a bit of time to compose his first symphony – nearly 20 years – so it may have been a shock when he churned out his second symphony essentially overnight...