Classic Aeolian Tee
Made by London based “Me and C.” this classic Aeolian tee is produced of 70% bamboo and 25% cotton. Ethically sourced materials and eco-friendly inks make this tee a must have the any fan of the Aeolian Hall.
Small, Medium, Large, X-Large
The Aeolian Coffee Mug
Where it all began. This is the perfect mug for the java lover who enjoys their coffee with a splash of social justice.
The RebelHeart Coffee Mug
The ideal coffee mug for those who like their coffee traditionally untraditional.
The El Sistema Coffee Mug
From the Elephant Song to Ode to Joy, this mug is a must have for anyone who loves children, loves song, and loves equal access to music education.
The Pride Men's Chorus Mug
This is the mug to use when you want your coffee to taste like show tunes. Want to fill it with Pinot Grigio? No one will be the wiser. A happy pride with every sip.
The Bishop Cronyn Mug
Long Sunday afternoons by the fire. Your favourite Earl Grey or English Breakfast. Goldberg Variations playing on vintage vinyl. Perfection.
Pride Men's Chorus Cap
Always wear protection from the sun. The Pride Men's Chorus London cap is the perfect for every occasion under the rainbow.
El Sistema Cap
If you're having one of those days hanging out in Old East Village, enjoying everything the neighbourhood has to offer, loving life and just being proud of who you are and where you are from - show it! The El Sistema cap is perfect for everyone who is busting with personality and uniqueness.
Aeolian Ear Buds
The Aeolian Ear Buds are for the music lover with eclectic taste. They pair well with any of our artists. But remember: they are red and we will totally see you if you are listening to something else at an Aeolian show!
Rachmaninoff (Clark Bryan and Marion Miller) Audio CD
Rachmaninoff Piano Duos
Clark Bryan & Marion Miller
Suite No.1 (Fantaisie-tableau),
2. A Night for Love
Suite No.2, Op.51
1. Introduction: March
1.Prelude, Op.3, No.2
Chopin: The Complete Nocturnes (Clark Bryan) Audio CD
The Chopin nocturnes consist of 21 pieces for solo piano written by Frédéric Chopin between 1827 and 1846. They are generally considered among the finest short solo works for the instrument and hold an important place in contemporary concert repertoire. Although Chopin did not invent the nocturne, he popularized and expanded on it, building on the form developed by Irish composer John Field.
Chopin's nocturnes numbered 1 to 18 were published during his lifetime, in twos or threes, in the order of composition. However, numbers 19 and 20 were actually written first, prior to Chopin's departure from Poland, but published posthumously. Number 21 was not originally entitled "nocturne" at all, but since its publication in 1870 as such, it is generally included with publications and recordings of the set.