Music composers find inspiration all around them. As I go for a walk in my neighborhood in October, the crisp air, changing colors of leaves and pumpkins on front porches certainly give me feelings of Fall! Composers were inspired by the seasons, too, and in today’s episode, I’m going to share with you three classical works that were inspired by the beautiful, colorful season of fall. Be sure to check out the playlist I’ve curated for more fall-inspired musical performances!
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Musical Samples You’ll Hear in this Episode:
Antonio Vivaldi – Four Seasons *Autumn* – Frederieke Saeijs
Fall of the Leaf: III. Poco adagio
Tchaikovsky – The Seasons: October (“Autumn Song”) – Vladimir Tropp
Music Listening Schedule for Episode 56
I’ve created a YouTube playlist for you with music from today’s episode as well as other performances of music inspired by the season of Fall. Check it out here.
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