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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! Note - Seasons 1-5 will be returning over the next year. They have been taken down in order to be ...
 
Join host Sean Perrin as he discusses “all that’s new and neat with clarinet, with the neatest people in the industry” on the world’s most popular clarinet podcast. Past guests include distinguished artists such as Martin Fröst, Michael Lowenstern, and Lori Freedman, and product manufacturers such as Legere Reeds, Backun Musical Services, and Royal Musical Instruments. Check out the website at www.clarineat.com and be sure to subscribe to our email newsletter for a chance to win giveaways.
 
Radio Ekonomika is a series of educational radio conversations on economic and financial issues, based on a critical reading of the press. A journalist specialised in economics and finance or an economist will introduce some important themes from the news, give some explanations and comments in non-technical language, then open the floor to the audience to comment and ask questions. The conversations take place either in English or French. Contact: DGT-RADIO@ec.europa.eu Music: W. A. Mozart, ...
 
The Crossing The Break Podcast discusses the nuts and bolts of teaching clarinet at the beginning and intermediate levels. We will cover aspects of playing clarinet including tone, embouchure, hand position, tonguing, technique, range, fingerings, tuning and other clarinet-specific items. These ideas can be applied to beginning clarinet class, beginning band, intermediate or advanced clarinetists, and in an individual or group setting. The host of this podcast is Tamarie Sayger. A 1999 music ...
 
Join host Sean Rice (Second Clarinet, NAC Orchestra) as he explores the world of classical music and its great composers. In this series of audio programmes you can look forward to hearing insightful commentary about upcoming NAC Orchestra programmes as well as musical excerpts and interviews with NACO musicians and guest artists.
 
Welcome to Kibitz and Bitz! Where we argue information security and draw lessons from the weekly Torah portion. A Torah portion is the biblical reading in the Jewish scriptures for a given week. We do have opinions, and we’ll share them with you weekly in an interesting context. Music is taken from the Album: The Klezmer – Clarinet & Violin Best Jewish Music. Klezmer ensemble https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5f5GniIYCm4 by Shmuel Achiezer Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kibitz-n-bitz/ ...
 
In a post-apocalyptic world with no internet or electricity, five disparate factions vie for dominance in the city-state of Fiveboro. Each tribe worships at the altar of the bygone pop-culture references of an earlier time, and relishes the stories of film and television they've never actually seen. The Fansci Folk live in a Sci-Fi/Fantasy cosplay kingdom, the Escandalistas invoke the drama of the Telenovelas, The Criterione Collective praises the independent Art Film, the Snookis favor "rea ...
 
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!
 
In this podcast series we go inside the orchestra comparing how New York Philharmonic musicians over time played certain licks or passages in a variety of works. Are they the same or different and why? Our guides in this journey are the Philharmonic players themselves in conversation with the Orchestra’s Archivist and Historian Emerita Barbara Haws.
 
Be Your Own Manager is a career podcast for classical musicians from the former CEO and Artistic Director of the Vienna Concert House, Bernhard Kerres. Learn how to win your next engagement, how to build up a fan base, and how to market yourself. The podcast is an extension to the career handbook for classical musicians, Be Your Own Manager, which Bernhard co-authored with Bettina Mehne. More about the podcast, the book, and regular courses on www.beyourownmanager.com. Thanks for listening!
 
GaryPHayes's music is a rare hybrid of melodic progressive trance, celtic & world music and cinematic electronica. His versatility lies in his being able to exhibit the sensitivity in combining music of different cultures required for a wide range of film genre and being able to utilise both full orchestral scoring through arrangement and production to cutting edge electronic music realisation and sound design.Gary became interested in music at an early age and was playing guitar and clarine ...
 
The Rise To The Top with David Siteman Garland podcast is a look behind-the-scenes (the good, bad, ugly and hilarious insanity) from David's (aka DSG’s) multiple 7-figure online business (#938 on the Inc. 5000 list in 2017). DSG’s education and software company teaches awesome people how to create and sell online courses through his #1 program Create Awesome Online Courses and Course Cats software. Tune in for stories, tips, advice, behind-the-scenes craziness and uncensored, uncut interview ...
 
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What instrument could pull someone out of retirement? The clarinet, of course! Learn how Brahms was inspired in his twilight years by this most lovely of instruments in this week's episode! Be sure to like and share with a friend! Music: https://imslp.org/wiki/Clarinet_Trio%2C_Op.114_(Brahms%2C_Johannes) https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-n…
 
The Bach Chaconne is one of the great masterpieces of Western Classical Music, and today we're going to be diving straight into this monumental work. We'll talk about the legends behind its composition, the work itself, different interpretations of the piece, and its many many arrangements. As Brahms wrote about the piece: “On one stave, for a smal…
 
Today our special guest on the program is Sean King who is the Manager of Artist and Customer Experience at Légère Reeds. We discuss how the idea of synthetic reeds came to be, how the products have changed and improved over the years, some tips and tricks on getting the most out of your reeds, and Légère's new European Cut Synthetic Reeds that inc…
 
Milan Kundera a déploré « l’irréparable échec » de l’Europe qui « n‘a pas réussi à penser sa littérature comme unité historique ». Or, il y a des initiatives qui essaient de réparer cet échec. Dans le cadre de son programme « Europe créative », la Commission a mis en place un « Prix de littérature de l’Union européenne ». Les lauréats de 2021 vienn…
 
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 …
 
L'Iran réapparait régulièrement à la une des médias: droits de l'homme, promotion du terrorisme, menaces contre Israël, mais surtout son programme nucléaire. Les négociations ont été épineuses, mais l'accord a tenu quelque temps, jusqu'à l'arrivée de Trump. Maintenant les négociations reprennent. Quels sont les enjeux et les perspectives?…
 
There is just so much we can achieve alone. Science has shown that peer groups are immensely powerful. We have not only implemented in the BYOM community but experienced Working-Out-Loud Groups as well as MasterMinds. In this episode Bernhard Kerres has tips on how to set up your own Successful Musician Group. If you are interested in the Be Your O…
 
Is it a folk song or an artfully created original work? Or both? Find out the secret to Brahms's beloved Hungarian Dance No. 5 in this week's episode! But sure to like and share with a friend! Music: https://imslp.org/wiki/21_Hungarian_Dances_(Orchestra)%2C_WoO_1_(Brahms%2C_Johannes) https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/legalcode…
 
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…
 
More has been written about the meaning of Beethoven’s 9th than any other symphony. There are more recordings of it, more performances of it, and more uses of its most famous theme, the Ode to Joy, than any other piece. But what is often talked about less than the political and social ramifications of the piece, is the music itself - this shocking,…
 
Luckily the world is opening up again. Live concerts are popping up again. A great joy for musicians and audiences. But with all the joy one can not neglect the anxiety of performing in front of a live audience after such a long break. Bernhard Kerres has five steps to overcome that anxiety. If you are interested in the Be Your Own Manager Courses …
 
Today's special guest on the podcast is Peter Cigleris. We discuss his latest album which features rediscovered music by British composers, what it was like realizing these pieces for the first time, finding balance as a performer to make sure your performances are creative yet true to their roots, and what it's been like for Peter as a music freel…
 
Many presenters and musicians treat concerts and opera performances almost in a religious way. Only enlightened people are allowed to worship the high art of classical music. The end of the COVID19 pandemic allows us to rethink that. A great first step is observing audience members and listening to them. The book, Bernhard mentions, is Value Propos…
 
In 1812, Beethoven's life was in ruins. He was embroiled in court battles, pining away for his "Immortal Beloved," and profoundly depressed. His musical response is one of his funniest, most charming, and most "classical" symphonies - the 8th. This is an underappreciated work that confused audiences of the time because it sounded almost experimenta…
 
It's always a pleasure to catch up with friend-of-the-show Rob Cowan, especially when he comes armed with chunky historic boxsets from the golden age of conducting. This time we were listening to recently released collections of recordings by Artur Rodzinski in New York, Rafael Kubelik in Chicago, and Eugene Ormandy in Philadelphia. As ever it was …
 
Here's a classic CoffeeHouse back from 2016! Refresh your knowledge about Brahms before our new episode in 2 weeks when we'll take a dive into another one of Brahm's fabulous works! Be sure to like and share with a friend! Music: http://imslp.org/wiki/IMSLP:Creative_Commons_Attribution_3.0 http://imslp.org/wiki/IMSLP:Creative_Commons_Attribution_No…
 
The composer Carl Maria Von Weber called it the work of a madman. Clara Schumann’s father, Friedrich Wieck, called it the work of a drunk. Beethoven’s 7th has been popular ever since its premiere, but as you can see, not everyone loved it. It is a piece that has defied explanations about its meaning ever since its premiere. Today, we’ll discuss thi…
 
Beethoven once said: “No one can love the country as much as I do. For surely woods, trees, and rocks produce the echo which man desires to hear.” There's no better example of Beethoven's love of nature than in his 6th symphony, where he takes simplicity to new heights, transforming the motivic cells that relentlessly drove his 5th symphony into mo…
 
They are the most famous 8 notes in all of Western Classical Music. If you walk down the street and ask someone to name a piece of classical music, they will surely say Beethoven 5. But why? What's the deal with the 5th? Well, today we’re going to take a deep look at this ubiquitous piece, exploring lots of different facets of this symphony. It is …
 
Beethoven often gets the reputation of being a composer of extreme seriousness, shaking his fist at the heavens while dealing with a litany of medical ailments and heartbreak, and there is some truth to that as well. But the 4th symphony, a very strange and mysterious introduction aside, is a piece of almost unadulterated joy. It is another side of…
 
We are so pleased to have a returning guest this week: friend of the show, Emily Kerski! She'll be telling us all about her new adventures in the Army Band! Be sure to like and share with a friend! Find more about Pershing's Own here: https://www.usarmyband.com/ Music: https://www.usarmyband.com/ceremonial-music-guide…
 
Two of the most famous chords in classical music propel us into this revolutionary, wild, and remarkable symphony. At the time, the Eroica symphony was the longest symphony ever written. At the time it was definitely the loudest symphony ever written! It delved into emotions that symphonies had studiously avoided in the past. Simply put, it changed…
 
We continue the Beethoven cycle this week with his underrated 2nd symphony. Written at the height of Beethoven's despair over his increasing deafness, you might think that the symphony would be a dark and stormy one, but instead Beethoven writes one of his most relentlessly cheerful pieces. He even invented a whole new type of movement called a sch…
 
Today begins a pretty massive project for Sticky Notes - a complete Beethoven cycle over the next few weeks! We start of course with Beethoven's 1st symphony. Some people tend to think of Beethoven’s 1st as a cautious foray into the symphonic world, but I couldn’t disagree more. It is a bold, confident leap into the genre, a genre that Beethoven wo…
 
The EU spends enormous amounts to external consultants, sums that are increasing exponentially, while the institutions are continuously reducing their staff. Is the money well spent? Does it perhaps more harm than benefit for the taxpayers, because of various conflicts of interests? Wouldn’t it better to have done the tasks by internal staff? Many …
 
This week in a special bonus episode of the Presto Music Podcast, Patricia Kopatchinskaja took time out from her busy schedule to record answers to some questions I had about her new Alpha recording of Schoenberg's *Pierrot Lunaire*, which finds the acclaimed violinist singing, or rather Sprechstimming, the titular role. Patricia tells us why the p…
 
La département français a exécuté un travail d’Hercule en rédigeant le Guide de rédaction de la Commission. Ce n’est point une simple traduction du Commission Style Guide, mais un guide propre au français avec 12 règles d'or de la rédaction en français, 10 principes de rédaction claire et beaucoup d’autres choses.…
 
It's been a while since we've checked in on Mozart- let's see what he's been up to! We're investigating a lesser known work completed late in his life- the overture to the opera La Clemenza di Tito. Be sure to like, and share with a friend! Music: https://imslp.org/wiki/La_Clemenza_di_Tito%2C_K.621_(Mozart%2C_Wolfgang_Amadeus) https://creativecommo…
 
This week I am joined by Professor Suzanne Aspden, an expert on both Handel, and the construction of identity through music, to trace the composer's journey from his youthful Italian Cantatas & Operas to his later English Oratorios, and the impact that his compositions have had on British culture and musical life from the Georgian era all the way t…
 
Imagine compressing a 3 or 4 hour opera into 8 minutes of music. You’ve just imagined an overture! Overtures are an integral and beloved part of the opera and concert experience, and the best overtures live on as separate pieces from the work they are attached to. These overtures feature music so wonderful that they become immortal miniature master…
 
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