What if you were to take a metal string, stretch it out taught, and then pluck it with a feather quill? Well, you'd probably hear a soft, twangy sound like a banjo.
Kairoff at the Keyboard
10:27am Dec 09, 2016Arts Arts
12:26pm Aug 01, 2013Arts Arts
Peter Kairoff explains the importance and musicality behind the use of dynamics in Classical music.
3:13pm Jul 31, 2013Arts Arts
Pianist and WFU professor, Peter Kairoff, guides us through Gymnopédie No. 3 by French composer Erik Satie.
2:27pm Jul 31, 2013Arts Arts
Steinway performer and WFU professor, Peter Kairoff, sheds light on the American composer Edward MacDowell.
2:18pm Jul 31, 2013Arts Arts
Peter Kairoff discusses the many genres for which pianist and composer Franz Schubert wrote during his brief life.
11:38am Jul 31, 2013Arts Arts
Pianist and WFU professor, Peter Kairoff, explores the life and music of Domenico Scarlatti.
1:34pm Jul 19, 2013Arts Arts
10:30am May 17, 2013Arts Arts
This week Peter Kairoff explores the powerful simplicity of Frederick Chopin's Prelude in E minor, one of the twenty-four preludes he wrote in homage to J.S. Bach.
3:08pm Mar 06, 2013Arts Arts
In this episode of Understanding Classical Music, Steinway Artist Peter Kairoff reveals the best of the Baroque: ornamentation, polyphony, and the father of the mighty piano: the harpsichord.
3:44pm Mar 05, 2013Arts Arts
Understanding Classical Music with Peter Kairoff at the Keyboard.