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Classical Classroom, Episode 77: Remembering Stephen Paulus, With Alex Freeman

The Minnesotan composer passed away late last year. Learn about the legacy he left behind.

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Composer Alex Freeman
Composer Alex Freeman. Photo by Aino Launis. Courtesy of the composer’s website.

Composer Stephen Paulus passed away last October and left a void in many hearts along with an amazing legacy. Composer Alex Freeman teaches about Paulus the man, and the music he left for us.

Music in this episode (both by Stephen Paulus):
– Pilgrims’ Hymn
– Concerto for Violin and Orchestra

Audio production by Todd “Tastee Freez” Hulslander with punches and kicks from Dacia Clay.

For more about Stephen Paulus: www.stephenpaulus.com
For more about Alex Freeman: www.alexfreemanmusic.com

Thumbnail photo of Stephen Paulus, courtesy of his website.