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C. L. Thomas, an emerging composer, discusses the lessons life has taught and is currently teaching him as he strives for excellence. From musicianship to entrepreneurship and branding, this podcast will explore all the tools that lead him to success in his work. For more about the author, visit www.clthomasmusic.com
 
This show is for the Trailer Music Composer both amateur and professional. I cover a range of topics from mindset to productivity, to creativity and production.From time to time there will be special guests giving their experience of working in the Trailer Music industry and even some aspiring composers sharing their stories from The Trailer Music School.
 
We all love the music and sounds we hear on our favorite movies or shows, but often take them for granted. Twice a month, the industries top sound professionals, from Composers to Music Supervisors, go deep into the world of sound in media. Hosted by Jake Belnick.
 
Comedian Chase Bernstein tackles the minutiae of everyday life with humor, honesty and a splash of rage; delving into daring and unprecedented topics such as: People Who Stay Until the End Of The Credits in a Movie, and People Who Are Nowhere To Be Found When It's Their Turn In Bowling. The episodes may take some wild turns, but no matter how crazy things get, Chase is at the wheel, and she's always... composed.
 
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 ...
 
Join hosts Anna Linvill, and Tarik Ghiradella for conversations with contemporary composers about music, life, and what’s happening in the genre defying world of classical music today. The Composer’s Studio is a place where living art is made, a place without boundaries where inspiration can come from anywhere from birdsong to heavy metal, Vivaldi to the hum of a vacuum cleaner. Classical composers today are no longer confined to the concert stage or the cathedral but contribute to film scor ...
 
You used to play music. Or you’ve always wanted to. Either way, you’re not making music now! And to be honest, you kind of wish you were. In short, twice-weekly episodes, host Cole MacKinnon discusses songwriting, creativity, and what it's like getting back into music-making after years away.
 
In this podcast series, Carolyn Giardina, Tech Editor for The Hollywood Reporter, extends her coverage of the filmmaking crafts. She will be talking with the cinematographers, editors, production designers, composers, visual effects supervisors, and other leading artists that bring the magic of motion pictures to theaters. Subscribe now to receive episodes of this inspired new series that shines a light on the artists that spend most of their time behind the screen. Hosted by: Carolyn Giardi ...
 
From composer to screen: the journey of the orchestral score. We all know that the composer writes the music for a soundtrack, but what about all the people we don't see or hear about? Making A Soundtrack Season 2 shines a light on all of the people who contribute their time, energy and skill to bring an orchestral soundtrack to life.
 
Composers Datebook™ is a daily two-minute program designed to inform, engage, and entertain listeners with timely information about composers of the past and present. Each program notes significant or intriguing musical events involving composers of the past and present, with appropriate and accessible music related to each.
 
There is more to writing than just writing. Good writing involves seduction, persuasion, logic, charm, wisdom, wit, humor, and so much more. It involves abstract (yet fundamental) things that are rarely discussed in writing books. This podcast will look at the interplay between writing and psychology, philosophy, and even spirituality.
 
Let's learn songwriting! Learn to write impactful and meaningful songs by writing great melodies, lyrics that move your listeners, and arrangements and chord progressions that evoke the right emotions.Do you want to write emotional and powerful melodies? Learn to write incredible melodies, regardless of your musical background.Do you wish you could write incredible lyrics that move your listeners? Learn how to write great lyrics that are worthy of being framed and hung up on your wall.Want t ...
 
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Donald Macleod surveys the string quartets of Joseph Haydn.From his opus 0 and opus 1 of the 1750s to his unfinished opus 103 of 1803, Haydn’s 68 string quartets span the major part of his compositional life. While he wasn’t the inventor of the form, he’s fully deserving of the epithet, the “father of the string quartet” as he elevated the form to …
 
A century before crowds of extras and gigantic sets first filled the silver screen of Cecil B. DeMille’s Hollywood extravaganzas, the Paris Opera brought similar resources to the stage for their historical operas—offering shipwrecks, explosions, massacres, and other crowd-pleasing spectacles.For example, on today’s date in 1849, the premiere of Gia…
 
This month on the CMS podcast: We talk about taking breaks, getting back to basics, the controversies around software development (by way of Hollywood Orchestrator Opus Edition), a chat about hardware, sample servers, and what we’re all running, and of course, our picks! (Including a stolen one from Todd). Topics Taking a break from composing...…
 
Garry Schyman is the stunningly talented composer, conductor, and musician of video games and film. He has been nominated and won numerous awards for his video game scores, including "Soundtrack of the Year" for Bioshock. Currently, he is teaching Screen Scoring at one of the best music schools in the country, the USC Thornton School of Music while…
 
Nile Rodgers – guitarist, producer, songwriter, arranger, and co-founder of Chic in the 1970s – is the subject of what claims to be the world’s first voice-interactive digital portrait, In the Room with Nile Rodgers, in association with the National Portrait Gallery. Nile Rodgers and the project's director, Sarah Coward, discuss and explain the amb…
 
Ep 42(b) - It is early 1865. Brahms's mother has just passed away. Filled with emotion he grudgingly moves from winter to spring, entering a long period of deep and private mourning during which he would retreat into himself for a time in order to gather his thoughts and energies, and orient them toward a grand act of artistic creation in which he …
 
Director Deborah Warner discusses her new production of Benjamin Britten’s opera Peter Grimes, which opens at the Teatro Real in Madrid on Monday. The staging of this multinational co-production has become significantly more difficult in the wake of Brexit and more recently she has had to adapt to the numerous challenges posed by Covid. The death w…
 
Paul Theroux talks to Tom Sutcliffe about his latest novel “Under The Wave At Waimea” set in Hawaii where he now lives. Published just as he’s celebrated his 80th birthday - it uses surfing as an allegory for consideration of ageing, contemplation, writing, reading and reflecting on his professional and personal life. The conversation ranges across…
 
At 2:20 a.m. on this date in 1912, the luxury liner S.S. Titanic sank after hitting an iceberg in the North Atlantic. Of the 2201 people of on board, only 711 reached their intended destination in New York. Eight British musicians, members of the ship’s band stayed on board, reportedly playing a hymn-tune as the ship went down.In 1969, British comp…
 
Rapper and writer Testament discusses his new work Orpheus in the Record Shop which fuses spoken word and beatboxing with players from the Orchestra of Opera North in an new collaboration that gives the Greek myth of Orpheus a contemporary Yorkshire twist.Festivals this summer are still in doubt as organisers can't secure insurance commercially. Ja…
 
On this episode, we welcome Manitoba-based music educator Sara Sulyma to the Band Room! We spoke about Sara’s musical beginnings, creating a safe space in the classroom, using more inclusive language, diverse programming, and more! Help support the Band Room Podcast by becoming a patron through Patreon https://www.patreon.com/bandroompod Help suppo…
 
Fiddler Jay Ungar wrote a melancholy tune in 1982 and titled it “Ashokan Farewell.” It reflected, he wrote, the wistful sadness he felt at the conclusion of a week-long, summer-time fiddle and dance program in the Catskill Mountains at Ashokan Field Campus of the State University of New York. “I was embarrassed by the emotions that welled up whenev…
 
Ammonite tells the story of fossil hunter Mary Anning and a young woman sent to convalesce by the sea who develop an intense relationship, altering both of their lives forever. Set in 1840’s England and starring Kate Winslet and Saoirse Ronan. The British Council's Director of Film, Briony Hanson reviews. In his early 20s, the actor and producer Ja…
 
SUMMARY: Dan Nigro has already taken 2021 by storm as the co-writer and producer of Olivia Rodrigo’s global smash hit “Drivers License.” He joins us to talk about his development as a writer, his success with Freya Ridings and Conan Gray, and how he’s experiencing this moment as pop music’s new songwriting superstar. PART ONE: Scott and Paul chat a…
 
Get a free MP3 of Claude Debussy - Suite Bergamasque: Clair de lune (Moonlight). Can you guess this week's theme? Let us know for a chance to win more free music. And don't forget to sign up for the Daily Download newsletter so you never miss a free classical track!By American Public Media
 
One of the best-loved works of classical music, Handel’s oratorio “Messiah,” had its first performance on today’s date in Dublin, Ireland, in the year 1742. Handel wrote “Messiah” in a period of only four weeks, then put it aside until he received an invitation to present a new work in the Irish capital. Dublin gave “Messiah” an enthusiastic recept…
 
Leila Latif reviews Too Close, ITV’s new psychological thriller starring Emily Watson and Denise Gough, which will be broadcast on consecutive nights this week.On the day that commercial art galleries are allowed to re-open in England, Rachel Whiteread discusses her new exhibition Internal Objects at the Gagosian gallery in London. The exhibition f…
 
On today’s date in 1933, the New York Philharmonic presented the premiere performance of the Second Violin Concerto written by the Italian composer, Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco. He was born in Florence in 1895, and enjoyed early success in Europe, but, because he was Jewish, the increasingly harsh racial policies of Mussolini forced Castelnuovo-Tedes…
 
Get a free MP3 of Edvard Grieg - Two Elegiac Melodies: Varen (The Last Spring). Can you guess this week's theme? Let us know for a chance to win more free music. And don't forget to sign up for the Daily Download newsletter so you never miss a free classical track!By American Public Media
 
Hello and how is everybody doing during these turbulent times.As if the Pandemic Lockdown was'nt bad enough ,i just read about the island of St Vincent in the West Indies and the volcano there La Soufrière.Apparently it erupted over the weekend causing folks who live close to the volcano to evacuate.As if the Covid pandemic was'nt bad enough ,now t…
 
10 Ways To Start Writing A Song Free Guide Link: http://songwritertheory.com/freeguide/ Love the content and want to support Songwriter Theory? Feel free to buy me a coffee: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/josephvadala In this episode, Joseph issues a challenge to listeners - Record a 4-6 song EP this year. In this episode, Joseph gives you 3 reasons …
 
In 1996, the American composer George T. Walker, Jr. became the first African-American to win the Pulitzer Prize for Music. That was for his “Lilacs,” a setting for solo soprano and orchestra of Walt Whitman’s poem, “When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloomed,” an elegy for the assassinated Abraham Lincoln.Walker died in the summer of 2018 at the age…
 
Taylor Swift, who recently won Album of the Year at the Grammy Awards, has today released a new album called Fearless (Taylor's Version), which is an exact remake of her 2008 breakthrough album, Fearless. Music critic Sophie Harris explains why Taylor is repeating herself and reviews the new record. Tom Sutcliffe discusses HRH the Duke of Edinburgh…
 
“How do you get to Carnegie Hall?” If George Antheil were asked that question in 1927, he would have answered that it was easy. After the scandalous Paris premiere of his aggressively avant-garde “Ballet Mécanique”—scored for 8 pianos and lots of percussion, including airplane propellers—Antheil received a cable offering financial backing for a one…
 
Håkan Hardenberger has not only had an illustrious career as a trumpet soloist, he's also re-defined the role of the trumpet as an important solo instrument. Throughout his career, he's been responsible for the commissioning of major contemporary composers, which has had a profound effect on not only our generation, but future generations as well. …
 
In this podcast: 1. Alex McCartney, 2. Poeticall Musicke, 3. Ernst Stolz, 4. Poeticall Musicke, 5. New York Consort of Viols, 6. Ernst Stolz, 7. Poeticall Musicke, 8. Alison Crum and Roy Marks, 9. Ernst Stolz, 10. Wildcat Viols, 11. Gilles Zimmermann, 12. Ernst Stolz, 13. Alison Crum and Roy Marks, 14. Trio Dafne, 15. Dufay Collective, 16. Ralph Ro…
 
On today’s date in 1916, at the Teatro Real in Madrid, “Nights in the Gardens of Spain,” a new work by the Spanish composer, Manuel de Falla, received its first performance. The first night’s audience didn’t know quite what to make of it—was it a piano concerto or a tone poem? Whatever it was, they didn’t like it much, apparently, but there was at …
 
Peggy Seeger has just released her latest album, The First Farewell, at the age of 85. She tells us about the pleasures of working on it with her family, her worries about the post-Covid music scene, getting older - and getting younger.Liverpool is about to take part in a pilot scheme testing live events. There will be an open-air film screening, a…
 
On today’s date in 1935, the Kolisch Quartet gave the premiere performance of Bela Bartok’s String Quartet No. 5 in the auditorium of the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C. That performance was part of a chamber music festival sponsored by Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge, one of the 20th century’s great musical patrons. In 1925, she created a Found…
 
Rebecca Ann Heineman continues her incredible stories of the founding and rise of Interplay Productions. Her developing the first female character and pronoun system in RPG games showcased first in Bard's Tale 3: Thief of Fate. Developing, creating, porting, and debugging hundreds of games throughout the course of leaving Interplay Productions to f…
 
Katherine Parkinson is best known as an actress – she won a BAFTA playing Jen in The IT Crowd and warm praise for her performance on stage in Laura Wade’s play Home, I’m Darling. But she has also written a play, Sitting, an interwoven set of three monologues first performed at the Edinburgh Festival and now on BBC4 as part of BBC Lights Up. It is i…
 
We welcome oboist and composer extraordinaire, Elizabeth Raum to The Band Room! We spoke about her musical beginnings, playing in the Atlantic and Regina Symphonies, how she came back to composition, facing criticism early in her compositional career and much more. This month we feature Elizabeth Raum's, Suite from Carmen, the passion for wind octe…
 
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