Carl Ellenberger taught Neurology at two medical schools, served as Neurologist in Chief at a US Army Hospital, directed an MRI Center, and was a community Neurologist and Ophthalmologist. He appears in several editions of "The Best Doctors in the US." He also played in orchestras and music festivals with top professionals, and in 1976 founded a leading organization of classical music and jazz in Pennsylvania. Gretna Music has produced and presented concerts by internationally-known musicians for 44 years. He wrote the book, Theme and Variations: Musical Notes by a Neurologist.
JS Bach, Cantata 8, "Doch Weichet, Ihr tollen vergeblichen Sorgen," Steve Morschek, bass, recorded at The Village Bach Festival
JJ Quantz, Arioso from the G Major Flute Concerto. recorded at Gretna Music
Mozart, Flute Quartet in D, K 285, Allegro, With the New World Quartet, recorded at Market Square Concerts
Allen Krantz, Summer Music, finale, Allen Krantz, guitar, recorded at The Lexington Bach Festival,
Benjamin Godard, Valse from Suite de Trois Morceaux, Jerry Bramblett, piano, recorded (outdoors) at Gretna Music
JS Bach, Allegro from Brandenburg Concerto No. 5, Jeanne Preucil Rose, violin, Layton James, harpsichord, Don Jaeger conducting, recorded at The Village Bach Festival