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Bedroom Beethovens is a podcast that breaks down stories with notable music-makers accompanied by songs and melodies, documenting growth through their 10,000 hour journey. Each episode features a musician discussing how they created the music you love, and what they personally sacrificed to make it happen. Hosted and produced by Cello.
 
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! Note - Seasons 1-5 will be returning over the next year. They have been taken down in order to be ...
 
A weekly discussion of current affairs in China with journalists, writers, academics, policy makers, business people and anyone with something compelling to say about the country that's reshaping the world. A SupChina production, hosted by Kaiser Kuo and Jeremy Goldkorn.
 
These podcasts are designed to help listeners of all experiences to gain some understanding of "classical music" from the perspective of a conductor, teacher, performer, and artist - they are a synthesis of what I have gained from my life experience with this music and it is my hope that they will enable you to enjoy this music and be able to utilize the tools I provide for further listening in your life.
 
Intervjuer av produsent Kjetil Bjørke med alle artistene som skal opptre på Beethoven Remix under på Sentralen 11. september. Podcastene handler om å remikse musikk, om Beethoven, og om hvordan de jobber frem mot konserten på Ultima.
 
The Beatles or The Stones? Madonna or Cher? Chumbawamba or Beethoven? In Sound Judgement, Sam Tonning and Harris Anderson argue the merits and flaws of two random songs with the help of a guest judge. Outrageous allegations, brutal ripostes, and absurd arguments; all in a battle to determine the superior tune. Don't miss Sound Judgement!
 
Nine conversations about Beethoven's nine symphonies. Bramwell Tovey - Music Director of the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra - and CBC Radio 2's Bill Richardson consider these mighty works and talk about what makes them so powerful. Tovey illustrates passages on the piano. CBC Radio 2 will broadcast performances by Tovey and the VSO daily starting March 31 2008. The concerts are available for streaming at Concerts on Demand.
 
You’ll love Open Rehearsal in London! This exciting programme of events, running from Friday 29th September to Sunday 1st October '06, will enable you to sample the world-class music, theatre and dance that London offers - for free. If you’ve never set foot inside a concert hall, or you’d like a bit of inspiration about what to do, here’s a cut-out-and-keep A to Z guide to classical music and the Open Rehearsal weekend. For more information, visit www.openrehearsal.co.uk
 
This classical music podcast explores the history and lives of some of western classical music's most famous composers and musicians. Classical music is filled with very colorful personalities and riddled with drama of all kinds, from political intrigue to failed romances and everything in between. Through the course of the show, we will discuss composers and musicians from the distant past all the way to the present, beginning with the greatest, JS Bach. -Please rate, review, and subscribe ...
 
Rewatchability is a comedic pop-culture nostalgia podcast hosted by J.M. McNab, Rob LaRonde, and Blain Watters. It is produced independently in Toronto, ON. The show began in the summer of 2011. In 2012 it was profiled by The A.V. Club and in 2015 our podcast appeared on CBC Radio’s Podcast Playlist. The aim of the show is to re-watch movies and television shows from when we were younger, and review them in an interesting and hopefully humourous way. Hopefully. Rewatchability contains coarse ...
 
Brad Stoddard of Stoddard Communications, a New Mexico Digital media production company, presents his work reel. Included in Brad's reel are short films, television series, trailers, music and comedy performances, music videos, educational and promotional films, documentary films as well as personal experimental media. This podcast contains the following titles: Church of Beethoven - Preview; Bill Miller at GlobalQuerque; Apache - Movie Trailer; The Sands of Time - Fields of Yaru - Animatic; ...
 
Cedille is a not-for-profit record label dedicated to extraordinary classical music and the brilliant artists who create it. We enhance the world's catalog of recorded music through audiophile-quality recordings featuring Chicago's finest musicians. Each episode of Cedille's Classical Chicago Podcast highlights a new release and feature interviews with your favorite Cedille artists. To support Cedille and its mission, please visit CedilleRecords.org
 
A behind the scenes all access pass to the London Philharmonic Orchestra and its musicians #OffstagePod Twitter: @LPOrchestra Instagram: @londonphilharmonicorchestra Facebook: @londonphilharmonicorchestra See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Lisztonian provides free classical piano music from popular composers and works. All recordings are free to download and enjoy without ads or memberships. Recordings include works from the following composers: Franz Liszt, Johann Sebastian Bach, Sergei Rachmaninoff, Frederic Chopin, Robert Schumann, Moritz Moszkowski, Ludwig Van Beethoven, Aram Khachaturian, Franz Schubert, Gabriel Faure, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Modest Moussorgsky, Edvard Grieg, Claude Debussy, Felix Mendelssohn, Cesar Fran ...
 
Welcome to The Big Beatles Sort Out a show in which I, author and musician Garry Abbott, attempt to finally decide my favourite Beatles recordings by scoring each and every one for lyrical content, musicality and production. I am assisted in this venture by my brother and resident Beatles expert, Paul Abbott, with a deep knowledge of the Beatles and the wider context in which they operated. Each episode we explore and score 5 songs drawn at random from the Beatles full recording catalogue. K ...
 
We all remember the moment we discovered that secret song on one of our favourite albums. Often, those hidden gems provide a revealing peek behind-the-curtain, leading us to new insights about the artists and recordings we thought we knew. CKUA’s Hidden Track podcast aims to do the same, by bringing you stories that change the way you experience music. Any given week, we’ll get to the heart of the song with the musician who wrote it, reflect on a landmark recording with the producer and engi ...
 
Find out what makes great, arts-inspired fiction in a variety of genres, from mysteries to crime novels, historical fiction, thrillers, contemporary fiction, and more. Art In Fiction founder and author Carol M. Cram chats with some of the top novelists featured on Art In Fiction, a curated online database of books inspired by the arts. Discover your next great read and get valuable advice on what it takes to be a successful writer.
 
The Oncology Podcast and The Oncology Journal Club are brought to you by Oncology News Australia, part of the Oncology Media Group. OMG are producers of digital resources to support busy oncology health professionals. For more information and to subscribe to "The Oncology Newsletter" visit our website www.oncologynews.com.au.
 
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Bubblegum brat-punk icon Delilah Bon joins me on the podcast this week. We talk about the hard truths in music, why there are so few female music producers and what female producers face behind the boards. As a musician who has been releasing videos since she was a teen she tells me about all the pitfalls, false promises, and tribulations associate…
 
Beethoven’s nine symphonies are some of the most well-loved and revered pieces in classical music, and they are regularly performed by the LPO. YolanDa Brown dives into this world with violinist Tania Mazzetti, trumpeter Paul Beniston and clarinettist Tom Watmaugh and finds some revealing insights from the players perspective. Including demonstrati…
 
Yo-Yo Ma and Emanuel Ax have both been playing Beethoven’s Cello Sonata No. 3 in A Major for over forty years. But it took a global pandemic for the two of them to fully understand it. “This is such open, hopeful music,” Ax said. But when Beethoven dedicated the original piece to a friend, he signed the manuscript, “amid tears and sorrow.” Beethove…
 
The cycle is complete! Would it surprise you to find out that Beethoven’s 9th Symphony wasn’t his last piece? Would it surprise you that he was actually considering an all instrumental movement for the last movement? Or how about that the second performance of the piece was given to a half full hall and it took decades for the piece to become popul…
 
Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827) in 1803, painted by Christian Horneman We mark the premiere on May 24, 1803 – 218 years ago today – of Beethoven’s Violin Sonata No. 9 in A major, Op. 47. When published in 1805, it was dedicated to the French violinist Rodolphe Kreutzer, and has been known as the “Kreutzer Sonata” ever since. However, it was origin…
 
Pacifica Quartet — Contemporary Voices (Cedille) Jump to CD giveaway form “I can relate so much to these three pieces after going through this pandemic,” said violist Mark Holloway reflecting on, Contemporary Voices, the most recent release from Pacifica Quartet. “Each one has something quite unique to say.” The recording features three contemporar…
 
The Oncology Journal Club - Delivering Oncology News Differently The Oncology Podcast, brought to you by Oncology News Australia, is proud to present Episode 37 in our series The Oncology Journal Club. In today’s special ASCO 2021 episode Craig Underhill talks to Gilberto Lopes and Mel Moore about all things lung cancer. It’s a thorough and enterta…
 
The Oncology Journal Club - Delivering Oncology News Differently The Oncology Podcast, brought to you by Oncology News Australia, is proud to present Episode 36 in our series The Oncology Journal Club. Professor Raina MacIntyre shares valuable insights once again with Eva Segelov and Craig Underhill on COVID-19 and where we are one year on. Its a p…
 
If you listen to a lot of music on YouTube, you may have been recommended a video. The thumbnail image is a striking black-and-white photo of a Japanese singer named Mariya Takeuchi. The song, “Plastic Love,” is a lush disco track with deep groove, impeccable string and horn arrangements, and a slow-burn vocal performance from Takeuchi. When the so…
 
We're looking at the world of vaccine hesitancy: why are some folks unsure about getting a COVID vaccine, and how we can help? Plus, in the news, home, or away - should we be able to get away for a holiday abroad this year? Also, 'sea snot' paralyses the Turkish coastline; and how just seeing another ill bird at a distance boosts a canary's immune …
 
Henry Mancini (1924-1994) We mark the death on June 14, 1994 – 27 years ago today – of the composer, songwriter, conductor, and arranger Enrico Nicola “Henry” Mancini in Beverly Hills, California, at the age of seventy. Known primarily for his film and television scores, Mancini received twenty Grammy Awards and four Oscars. Today’s Music History M…
 
The largest Protestant denomination in America is in crisis over the group’s reluctance to acknowledge systemic racism; our reporter talks with the Reverend Dwight McKissic, who considered himself a loyalist but may have reached a breaking point. Plus, our producer looks at the GameStop squeeze of last winter and tries to figure out the motives of …
 
Welcome to the Big Beatles Sort Out. Each episode we explore and score 5 songs drawn at random from the Beatles full recording catalogue. If you are enjoying this podcast please let us know at @Big_Sort on Twitter and Instagram, and please leave us a review! Garry is also an author, and all his books can be found on his Amazon Author Page. Please l…
 
John Philip Sousa's The Stars and Stripes Forever is the official march of the United States of America. Sousa composed his most famous march in his head when he was on a ship coming back from a trip to Europe with his band. When the ship docked, he put the march down on paper and named it after the American flag he was so glad to see when he got h…
 
It’s easy to see why the director Jon M. Chu was adamant that the release of “In the Heights” wait until this summer, when more people could see it in theatres: it’s big, it’s colorful, the dance sequences are complex—it’s a spectacle in the best sense of the term. “In the Heights,” based on Lin-Manuel Miranda’s hit stage musical, is a love letter …
 
The boys are back with a brand new media heavy episode - episode 96! To start they recap the perils of a bachelor party, multi-day VSS sessions, and more. Later, JT attempts to defeat Blake in a game of general knowledge trivia. Can he get his first win?! Finally the gang reviews the Movie of the Week (True Romance) in great detail. They talk favor…
 
The Oncology Journal Club - Delivering Oncology News Differently The Oncology Podcast, brought to you by Oncology News Australia, is proud to present Episode 35 in our series The Oncology Journal Club. Do you think sugary drinks could be responsible for the increased rates of colorectal cancer that we are seeing in young adults? Join us this week a…
 
This week on Sinica, Kaiser chats with Andrew Jones, a Helsinki-based reporter who over the last several years has secured a place as the go-to English-language journalist covering China’s space program. With the successful arrival of the Tianwen spacecraft in Martian orbit and the deployment of the Zhurong Mars rover, China is catching up quickly …
 
Last venue on the 20th anniversary tour of 2005 is the beautiful Forum in historic Harrisburg PA--guests include Bar None Recording artist Birdie Busch, The Scribbler Jack Brubaker, Mel Hurst, aka Jakey Budderschnip and Pamela Yascavage with a Flaming Salad from Alfred's Victorian Restaurant--and, of course, Clyde, Jim, John, Jeff and me, Michael (…
 
I had the chance to sit down with virtually with the legendary Wynton Marsalis for a conversation about Jazz, comparing jazz and classical pieces, why so many classical composers writing jazz fail and vice versa, and about his massively ambitious Blues Symphony. About halfway through the show Wynton takes you straight through the first movement of …
 
The Nordic Fiddlers Bloc — Bonfrost (NFB Records) Jump to CD giveaway form “There's just always been a lot of fiddle players in Shetland,” said Scottish fiddler Kevin Henderson and member of the Nordic Fiddlers Bloc. “My grandfather was a huge fan of fiddle music. That's how I got the bug.” Shetland is a small community with a rich fiddling traditi…
 
Charles Hamilton returns! He come back to the show after a few years to chat about New York rappers from KRS-One to Cam'ron and how they inspired a new wave of intelligent rappers. In addition, we chat about the differences between genres and environments and why wearing many hats out of necessity can be a good or bad thing depending on how you loo…
 
J Cole is one of the most successful rappers of his generation, someone who racks up hits while sustaining critical acclaim. But that isn’t necessarily a good thing. Cole’s sixth studio album “The Off Season” finds a musician struggling to stave off complacency and keep his skills sharp. In a short documentary about the album, Cole describes the al…
 
In today's special episode of The Oncology Podcast, our Host Rachael Babin chats about the Recapture Life trial with Ursula Sansom-Daly, as a follow up to our popular ‘Making Telehealth Human’ podcast. The Recapture Life trial is a recently published large randomised control trial examining the efficacy of a new online psychological support program…
 
Francesca Cuzzoni (1696-1778) On June 7, 1727 – 294 years ago today – a long-running feud between the sopranos Francesca Cuzzoni and Faustina Bordoni broke out into open warfare – a screaming, hair-pulling, dress-ripping physical altercation on stage, in London – during a performance of Giovanni Bonancini’s opera Astianatte (of 1725). After pulling…
 
Saddam Hussein ruled with an iron fist and it kept the Middle East stable, after his deposition, chaos arose in Iraq. As ISIS proclaims their worldwide Caliphate, they begin taking vast swarms of land, the Middle East begins falling apart. The brutal executions of Kayla Mueller, James Foley and Steven Sotloff shows the western world how dire the si…
 
Welcome to the Big Beatles Sort Out. Each episode we explore and score 5 songs drawn at random from the Beatles full recording catalogue. If you are enjoying this podcast please let us know at @Big_Sort on Twitter and Instagram, and please leave us a review! If you would like to support Garry's music, please consider buying his new EP 'Chapter And …
 
Ep. 43 – It is Good Friday, April 10, 1868 in Bremen and Brahms has just finished giving the premiere of his German Requiem. It is a complete triumph but one not celebrated with wild applause, the work is too grave for that. Instead, attendees of the premiere listened with glad hearts and in reverence, awe really of the work’s creator. Thus, Johann…
 
Lifesize Marilyn Monroe with her very tiny uncle is but one of the wonders of New Jersey, as witnessed on the second stop of ourJune 25, 2005, 20th anniversary bus tour--From Cape May to Princeton and back to Trenton to wonder about it all with the Encyclopedic Marc Mappen, bounty hunter Stephanie Plum & her alto ego Janet Evanovich, Trentonian Cha…
 
The staff writer Patricia Marx checks out the new vaccinated sections at New York’s Major League Baseball parks. The author and activist Sarah Schulman talks with David Remnick about her new book on the early years of the AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power. The group’s radical tactics forced changes in government policy and transformed how America saw…
 
On the 95th episode of Throat Culture, the gang gets an update on Jack's health and talks through hat options for weddings. Fedora? Kangol? Fez? Later, James takes on the evil empire of Blake in another trivia match. This time: American History. To close, they review the Movie of the Week (Woman in the Window), provide song recommendations, and eve…
 
This week on Sinica, Kaiser chats with Yingyi Ma, an associate professor of sociology at Syracuse University and the author of the book Ambitious and Anxious: How Chinese College Students Succeed and Struggle in American Higher Education. Yingyi’s book, which focuses on the specific experiences of Chinese undergraduates, examines the push-and-pull …
 
Join me as I chat with Deborah Swift, author of four novels listed on Art In Fiction, including The Lady's Slipper and the Women of Pepys' Diaries Series, all set in England in the 17th century. Highlights: Genesis of The Lady's Slipper (Visual Arts) Why the novel is set following the English Civil War Orchids in The Lady's Slipper Reading from The…
 
This week on New Classical Tracks, in celebration of Black Music Appreciation Month we revisit violist Paul Laraia of Catalyst Quartet discussing the joys and privileges of honoring composer Samuel Coleridge-Taylor in the ensemble's first recording in a series commemorating Black composers.By American Public Media
 
One of our favorites artists right now is Rina Sawayama. She works with her producer Clarence Clarity to make this mash up of sounds from the late 90s and early aughts. She in particular recasts Max Martin pop and Nu Metal — too styles that rarely converged — to make compelling songs with a strong anti-consumerist message. I spoke with Rina Sawayam…
 
We look back on the year since the murder of George Floyd galvanized the nation. David Remnick talks with Vanita Gupta, the No. 3 official in the Justice Department, who is charged with delivering on President Biden’s bold promises to address racial injustice. A Minneapolis activist explains why it is so hard to abolish the police. Plus, Hilton Als…
 
We're diving into the science behind the latest headlines - including the oxygen shortages occurring in the wake of COVID outbreaks; the nuclear waste deep inside the wrecked Chernobyl reactor threatening to reignite; and we're meeting the man who found the Titanic, to talk about his new mission. Plus, a dive into science fiction with author Max Br…
 
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