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John Williams, our greatest living film composer, holds forth on his musical language, influences, Star Wars legacy, and his new Steinway Model D.Read
Steinway Artist Davell Crawford brings a gentle beauty to Lennon/McCartney's "Let It Be," the eternally soothing masterwork first released as a 1970 single by The Beatles. Crawford’s sensitive solo-piano arrangement, performed live at New York City’s Steinway Hall, locates the pathos of the original with added gospel flavoring and virtuosic yet understated playing, a hallmark of his pianism.Watch
Pianist Joanne Polk brings life to the music of Louise Farrenc, one of a handful of 19th-century women composers who enjoyed success through her talent and her family’s encouragement and support. Featured on this record are 15 of Farrenc’s etudes, some of which feature variations or paraphrases of melodies drawn from popular operas of the day. (Also available on Spotify here.)Listen
In this episode of Soundboard, the steinway & sons podcast on artistry and craftsmanship, steinway artist Jesse Carmichael, keyboardist and rhythm guitarist for the chart-topping rock band Maroon 5, discusses writing and performing music with Steinway’s Editor in Chief and Soundboard producer/host Ben Finane, at New York City’s Steinway Hall.Listen
Without musicians, there is no music. During these difficult times, musicians around the world are without work due to canceled concerts — and need support.