“Blackbird” from Here, There and Everywhere
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A story and review of “Here, There and Everywhere” appears in the July issue of Fra Noi. Scroll down this page to read it (note: clicking the image twice will enlarge it). You may also download it: “Pinning any sort of label on Anthony Molinaro’s triumphant disc is akin to broad-brushing The Beatles themselves.” – Fra Noi By Lou Carlozo July …Read More
Last week I was presented with The Edwin T. and Vivijeanne F. Sujack Award for Teaching Excellence at Loyola University Chicago. This award, established in 1994, is “the very highest honor the College of Arts and Sciences bestows for the very best in teaching and research.” I am very honored to have been selected as one of two 2014 winners, and …Read More
Read the Chicago Tribune feature story on “Here, There and Everywhere” below (note: clicking on the image twice will enlarge it). You may also download it: by Howard Reich February 5, 2014 “an exceptional new solo album… He transforms these works creating a distinctive world of sound for each one… In effect, Molinaro has brought to these famous songs a harmonic …Read More
You’ve had some time to explore the first movement, and I hope that the questions from Part I have already helped you to hear this work in greater detail. Let’s get right to it… 1. We can often learn a lot about classical works from the title alone; the word “concerto” tells us that this is a piece featuring a …Read More
I recently received an email from a man regarding the development of listening skills. He’d read an interview I did where I touched on the matter (The New Face of Jazz), and he wrote to inquire about ways to improve his own skills. As this is one of my favorite topics, I decided it was the perfect way to begin this …Read More