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Best Bassoon podcasts we could find (updated December 2019)
Best Bassoon podcasts we could find
Updated December 2019
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Sticky Notes is a classical music podcast for everyone, whether you are just getting interested in classical music for the first time, or if you've been listening to it and loving it all your life. Interviews with great artists, in depth looks at pieces in the repertoire, and both basic and deep dives into every era of music. Classical music is absolutely for everyone, so let's start listening!
 
Sticky Notes is a classical music podcast for everyone, whether you are just getting interested in classical music for the first time, or if you've been listening to it and loving it all your life. Interviews with great artists, in depth looks at pieces in the repertoire, and both basic and deep dives into every era of music. Classical music is absolutely for everyone, so let's start listening!
 
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Pathways
Monthly
 
Pathways is dedicated to telling the stories of some of our heroes for the french horn. From starting on the instrument, all the way up to the highest levels of our field, we all have one very important thing in common, and that's we all play the horn. What else do we have in common? Listen to find out!
 
The hard-hitting bassoon podcast you've been looking for
 
60 minutes of Mozart, all commercial free, with no talking DJ between songs. All songs Creative Commons by-nc-sa 1.0 licensed from the record label that isn't evil: magnatune.com
 
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Luna Nova Music
Daily+
 
Live recordings by the Luna Nova Ensemble. Composers represented are Stravinsky, Bartok, Crumb, Messiaen, Villa-Lobos, Poulenc, Ravel, Debussy, Rochberg, Hindemith, Ligeti, Takemitsu, Ung, Alain, Robert Beaser, Ben-Amots, Britten, James Carlson, Andrew Drannon, Durufle, Harbison, Ives, Verlingieri, Lee Chie Tsang, Isaiah, Neal, Joomi Park, Robert Patterson, Craig Phillips, Villa-Lobos, Ferneyhough, Langlais, Ligeti, Jirasek, James Romig, Justin Henry Rubin, Rzewski, Xenakis, Ho-Man Tin, Geor ...
 
Kevin Timothy Austin (b. 1988) is an avid composer with experience in a wide variety of modern compositional processes, favoring blends of genera such as spectralism, minimalism, serialism, aleatory, indeterminacy, jazz, indian classical music and electronic music, with a hint of neoclassicism and indie pop. He enjoys exploring and creating new notation methods and musical forms and maintains a tactile and organic approach to music composition. His music has received world premieres by vario ...
 
60 minutes of Cello, all commercial free, with no talking DJ between songs. All songs Creative Commons by-nc-sa 1.0 licensed from the record label that isn't evil: magnatune.com
 
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Kithtar
Daily+
 
Sibelius .mp3s that I compose will be uploaded here.
 
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Urbana PopsCast
Monthly
 
Engaging in community arts discussions in Illinois and around the world, this is PopsCast. Hosted by Urbana Pops Orchestra Principal Conductor Daniel F. Southerland, produced by Chris Petterson and made possible by UPO and C4A.
 
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There are many reasons why Schubert’s Unfinished Symphony remains a mystery to this day. Its unfinished form, its unusual way of coming into public consciousness, and probably most importantly, the character of the music itself, which seems to inhabit a different realm altogether. This week, on the Season 5 Finale, we’ll explore the two existin ...…
 
There are many reasons why Schubert’s Unfinished Symphony remains a mystery to this day. Its unfinished form, its unusual way of coming into public consciousness, and probably most importantly, the character of the music itself, which seems to inhabit a different realm altogether. This week, on the Season 5 Finale, we’ll explore the two existin ...…
 
In this episode host Adam Wolf discusses the upbringing, schooling, freelancing, and current life of incredibly versatile hornist David Byrd-Marrow.
 
A couple of weeks ago I promised you a Thanksgiving show on American music. I also realized that this will be my second Thanksgiving NOT living in the US, and it got me thinking about the immigration story of my family. How does this all relate to classical music? Well, there is an extremely significant set of composers who immigrated to the US ...…
 
A couple of weeks ago I promised you a Thanksgiving show on American music. I also realized that this will be my second Thanksgiving NOT living in the US, and it got me thinking about the immigration story of my family. How does this all relate to classical music? Well, there is an extremely significant set of composers who immigrated to the US ...…
 
This week we have a Patreon-sponsored episode looking at the Brahms Violin Concerto. This is a piece inextricably linked with the great violinist Joseph Joachim. We'll talk all about the genesis of the concerto, and the lively back and forth Brahms and Joachim shared over the more difficult parts of the piece. Along with the structure of this m ...…
 
This week we have a Patreon-sponsored episode looking at the Brahms Violin Concerto. This is a piece inextricably linked with the great violinist Joseph Joachim. We'll talk all about the genesis of the concerto, and the lively back and forth Brahms and Joachim shared over the more difficult parts of the piece. Along with the structure of this m ...…
 
It was over 100 episodes ago when I took you through a list of 10 great living composers. We’re going to be doing a similar thing this week, with a brand new, fresh list of 6 great living composers. Once again, I’m following the same rules I did last time - 3 male composers, 3 female composers, and a mix of names you might recognize along with ...…
 
It was over 100 episodes ago when I took you through a list of 10 great living composers. We’re going to be doing a similar thing this week, with a brand new, fresh list of 6 great living composers. Once again, I’m following the same rules I did last time - 3 male composers, 3 female composers, and a mix of names you might recognize along with ...…
 
Imagine writing a concerto that prompted Beethoven to remark to a friend: “we’ll never be able to write anything like that." That's what you get with Mozart's C Minor concerto, a piece that could be said without hyperbole to be one of the greatest ever written. This week we'll go through all of the revolutionary touches of this concerto, from i ...…
 
Imagine writing a concerto that prompted Beethoven to remark to a friend: “we’ll never be able to write anything like that." That's what you get with Mozart's C Minor concerto, a piece that could be said without hyperbole to be one of the greatest ever written. This week we'll go through all of the revolutionary touches of this concerto, from i ...…
 
Often Haydn is thought of as a “warm-up” composer, and someone who is not taken as seriously as Mozart or Beethoven. But I continue to think this is a mistake. Next time you listen to a Haydn symphony, don’t take it as a chance to relax. Instead, take it as an opportunity to listen with total engagement, following the road that Haydn drives you ...…
 
Often Haydn is thought of as a “warm-up” composer, and someone who is not taken as seriously as Mozart or Beethoven. But I continue to think this is a mistake. Next time you listen to a Haydn symphony, don’t take it as a chance to relax. Instead, take it as an opportunity to listen with total engagement, following the road that Haydn drives you ...…
 
Garrett McQueen hosts the nationally syndicated radio show Music Through the Night, is a bassoonist, and also hosts his own podcast, called Trilloquy. If you’ve ever wondered how radio playlists are created, this is the episode for you. In this conversation we also discuss Garrett’s tireless advocacy on behalf of diversity in classical music. W ...…
 
Garrett McQueen hosts the nationally syndicated radio show Music Through the Night, is a bassoonist, and also hosts his own podcast, called Trilloquy. If you’ve ever wondered how radio playlists are created, this is the episode for you. In this conversation we also discuss Garrett’s tireless advocacy on behalf of diversity in classical music. W ...…
 
This week, I'm interviewing 3 people who are making real change in the classical music business. Today, I talk with Aubrey Bergauer, the former Executive Director of the California Symphony, and Lorenzo Brewer, the founder of Nkoda, the Spotify of sheet music. We'll talk about the simple yet radical changes Bergauer made during her tenure, and ...…
 
This week, I'm interviewing 3 people who are making real change in the classical music business. Today, I talk with Aubrey Bergauer, the former Executive Director of the California Symphony, and Lorenzo Brewer, the founder of Nkoda, the Spotify of sheet music. We'll talk about the simple yet radical changes Bergauer made during her tenure, and ...…
 
There is perhaps no more iconic musical than West Side Story. The team of Bernstein, Sondheim, Laurents, and Robbins collaborated on a show that combined humor and menace and love and violence in a way that revolutionized the stage. The film adaptation of the musical won 11 Academy Awards. But, in my opinion, what drives West Side Story is the ...…
 
There is perhaps no more iconic musical than West Side Story. The team of Bernstein, Sondheim, Laurents, and Robbins collaborated on a show that combined humor and menace and love and violence in a way that revolutionized the stage. The film adaptation of the musical won 11 Academy Awards. But, in my opinion, what drives West Side Story is the ...…
 
In this episode Adam Wolf sits down LIVE at the Southwest Horn Workshop with Jerry Folsom, former principal horn of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, and San Diego Symphony.
 
Due to family reasons, Sticky Notes is off this week, but don't worry, we'll be back next week! In the meantime, enjoy this look back at Stravinsky's magical Firebird, the piece that rocketed Stravinsky to celebrity and is still a favorite of audiences around the world today. We talk about all of the myths behind the story of the Firebird, incl ...…
 
Due to family reasons, Sticky Notes is off this week, but don't worry, we'll be back next week! In the meantime, enjoy this look back at Stravinsky's magical Firebird, the piece that rocketed Stravinsky to celebrity and is still a favorite of audiences around the world today. We talk about all of the myths behind the story of the Firebird, incl ...…
 
Throughout the centuries since Bach's death, composers have grappled with the mastery and the mystery of his music. Many composers have tried their hands at arranging or transcribing Bach's music, so this week we'll discuss works like Brahms' reimagining of the Bach Chaconne, Stokowski's grandiose Toccata and Fugue, Webern's 6 part fugue, and m ...…
 
Throughout the centuries since Bach's death, composers have grappled with the mastery and the mystery of his music. Many composers have tried their hands at arranging or transcribing Bach's music, so this week we'll discuss works like Brahms' reimagining of the Bach Chaconne, Stokowski's grandiose Toccata and Fugue, Webern's 6 part fugue, and m ...…
 
The classical music world was rocked this week by the passing of the American composer Christopher Rouse. Rouse was one of the most powerful voices of our time, writing music that combined visceral energy with deep emotional intensity. Chris was also a friend of mine, and as an homage, I wanted to give you a tour of his music this week. There a ...…
 
The classical music world was rocked this week by the passing of the American composer Christopher Rouse. Rouse was one of the most powerful voices of our time, writing music that combined visceral energy with deep emotional intensity. Chris was also a friend of mine, and as an homage, I wanted to give you a tour of his music this week. There a ...…
 
It can be difficult to separate Shostakovich's 5th from his political situation, but focusing only on the politics can lead us to ignore some of the most searingly powerful music of the 20th century in favor focusing only on the extra-musical forces behind the piece. This week, we'll look at the 3rd and 4th movements from a musical point of vie ...…
 
It can be difficult to separate Shostakovich's 5th from his political situation, but focusing only on the politics can lead us to ignore some of the most searingly powerful music of the 20th century in favor focusing only on the extra-musical forces behind the piece. This week, we'll look at the 3rd and 4th movements from a musical point of vie ...…
 
Shostakovich's 5th symphony has always been indelibly associated with politics and Shostakovich's traumatic experiences with Joseph Stalin. But what about the music itself? This week, we'll look at the first two movements of this symphony, including the massive and innovative first, and the sardonic scherzo. This is a piece that is as interesti ...…
 
Shostakovich's 5th symphony has always been indelibly associated with politics and Shostakovich's traumatic experiences with Joseph Stalin. But what about the music itself? This week, we'll look at the first two movements of this symphony, including the massive and innovative first, and the sardonic scherzo. This is a piece that is as interesti ...…
 
In this episode, Adam sits down with Arizona State University horn professor John Ericson. They discuss his teachings, his teachers, and his career that lead to his job at ASU. Stay for the bloopers!
 
Robert Schumann called Beethoven's 4th symphony “a slender Grecian maiden between two Nordic giants.” It's true that the 4th is a much lighter and brighter piece than the 3rd and 5th symphonies that surround it, but its charm, wit, and expressions of pure joy make it one of Beethoven's most enjoyable works, and one the most underrated works in ...…
 
Robert Schumann called Beethoven's 4th symphony “a slender Grecian maiden between two Nordic giants.” It's true that the 4th is a much lighter and brighter piece than the 3rd and 5th symphonies that surround it, but its charm, wit, and expressions of pure joy make it one of Beethoven's most enjoyable works, and one the most underrated works in ...…
 
We're going to take a look at 7 pieces that represent perfect starting points for those interested in beginning their journey with classical music. If you are a regular listener, don't worry - these 7 pieces are all fascinating and enjoyable to learn about for experienced listeners as well! In addition, 5 out of the 7 pieces have never been dis ...…
 
We're going to take a look at 7 pieces that represent perfect starting points for those interested in beginning their journey with classical music. If you are a regular listener, don't worry - these 7 pieces are all fascinating and enjoyable to learn about for experienced listeners as well! In addition, 5 out of the 7 pieces have never been dis ...…
 
This week we take a look at a symphony that has been called both "sunny and bucolic" and "tragic and full of shadow." What accounts for these differences of opinions about such a beloved symphony? We'll explore all of the emotional ambiguity that runs throughout this symphony, as well as Brahms' remarkable thematic cohesion and creativity. How ...…
 
This week we take a look at a symphony that has been called both "sunny and bucolic" and "tragic and full of shadow." What accounts for these differences of opinions about such a beloved symphony? We'll explore all of the emotional ambiguity that runs throughout this symphony, as well as Brahms' remarkable thematic cohesion and creativity. How ...…
 
This week we're focusing on the 1950s and the musical cold war between composers of the total serialist school like Boulez, Babbitt, and Carter, and the tonalists like Copland and Bernstein. Caught in the middle of pitched battles over the future were Stravinsky and Messiaen. Every composer had a different way of dealing with the post-war order ...…
 
This week we're focusing on the 1950s and the musical cold war between composers of the total serialist school like Boulez, Babbitt, and Carter, and the tonalists like Copland and Bernstein. Caught in the middle of pitched battles over the future were Stravinsky and Messiaen. Every composer had a different way of dealing with the post-war order ...…
 
Schumann's Symphony No. 2 expresses a journey of redemption like perhaps no other symphony. It begins in the depths of Schumann's physical and mental breakdown of 1842, and ends in grateful thanks for his recovery. Whatever tragedies Schumann experienced later, this piece is a marker of a happier time, though it reminded Schumann of "dark days. ...…
 
Schumann's Symphony No. 2 expresses a journey of redemption like perhaps no other symphony. It begins in the depths of Schumann's physical and mental breakdown of 1842, and ends in grateful thanks for his recovery. Whatever tragedies Schumann experienced later, this piece is a marker of a happier time, though it reminded Schumann of "dark days. ...…
 
Adam sits down with Principal horn of San Diego Symphony, Ben Jaber. Jaber discusses his upbringing as a musician, his time at Rice, Colburn, with the SD Symphony, and studio work.
 
From the ruins of the Holyrood Chapel in Scotland, Mendelssohn found his inspiration for an epic symphony. This week, we'll explore this beautiful piece, discussing its genesis, Mendelssohn's journey through Scotland, and the unusual structure of the work. We'll also spend a lot of time discussing interpretation, comparing two recordings of the ...…
 
From the ruins of the Holyrood Chapel in Scotland, Mendelssohn found his inspiration for an epic symphony. This week, we'll explore this beautiful piece, discussing its genesis, Mendelssohn's journey through Scotland, and the unusual structure of the work. We'll also spend a lot of time discussing interpretation, comparing two recordings of the ...…
 
This week we explore one of the most popular, and most misunderstood, pieces of the 20th century. Barber's Adagio has been called "The Saddest Music Ever Written," and yet sadness was never Barber's intention in writing the piece. It also might surprise you to find out that the Barber Adagio was originally a part of a 3 movement string quartet. ...…
 
This week we explore one of the most popular, and most misunderstood, pieces of the 20th century. Barber's Adagio has been called "The Saddest Music Ever Written," and yet sadness was never Barber's intention in writing the piece. It also might surprise you to find out that the Barber Adagio was originally a part of a 3 movement string quartet. ...…
 
In this episode, host Adam Wolf sits down with Martin Owen, British hornist. They discuss recording on soundtracks, playing in orchestras, teaching, and his upbringing. Before the interview, Adam talks about one of his teachers passing, Fred Fox.
 
Since its first appearances in the early 1900s, atonal music has been one of the most polarizing topics in the classical music world. Some people believed that atonal music was the only way forward, while some thought that it would ruin music for good. Today, we're going to explore the roots of atonal music and then look at the 12 tone period a ...…
 
Since its first appearances in the early 1900s, atonal music has been one of the most polarizing topics in the classical music world. Some people believed that atonal music was the only way forward, while some thought that it would ruin music for good. Today, we're going to explore the roots of atonal music and then look at the 12 tone period a ...…
 
In 1857, Brahms wrote to his friend Joseph Joachim about his first Piano Concerto, saying, “ “I have no judgment about this piece anymore, nor any control over it.” The piece is one that probably has more emotional backstory than any other of Brahms' works. It emerged out of Brahms' complicated friendship with Robert and Clara Schumann, and out ...…
 
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