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Best Piano podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Piano podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Classically trained pianist. I enjoy playing not only the traditional repertoire but also pieces from unusual composers.+3,700,000 plays in SoundCloud!!Need a commercial license of any of my recordings? Contact me at soundcloud.com/cmdigital===========Now Available in Spotify, Google Play, Apple Music:"Arthur Breur - Abundance and other selected piano works"https://breur.bandcamp.com/album/arthur-breur-abundance-and-other-selected-piano-works-carlos-marquez-piano==========
 
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!
 
What’s up my piano friends!! I’m Zach Evans and in the Piano Superhuman I’m going to teach you the piano tips, strategies, and tactics used by world class piano players that YOU can implement in your own practicing. If you’re interested in learning how to play piano, these strategies will help you get the most out of each practice session and take your playing to the next level. Whether you take piano lessons, or learn piano online yourself, it’s a huge benefit to learn from the experience o ...
 
The Carolina Shout is a podcast about ragtime, New Orleans jazz, Harlem stride piano, and swing. Ethan Uslan is the pianist and host who performs live from his living room and offers up fun commentary and stories about the music. Each episode is a short informal private concert just for you, with occasional special guests and experts. So if you are interested in a podcast about rip-roarin American piano music that’s funny, quirky, a little educational but not too much, here it is!
 
Soundboard features conversations on artistry and craftsmanship between Ben Finane, Editor in Chief at Steinway & Sons, and distinguished pianists, musicians, artists, and creatives. Soundboard seeks out inspiration, hones in on the creative process, parses influences, and attempts to diagnose artistic greatness.
 
The podcast about all things business for music teachers and studio owners. Learn how to brand, market, and grow your music studio. Hear stories of creative music teachers who are taking on other cool entrepreneurial projects. Get answers to your self-employment questions from experts. Hosted by entrepreneur, business coach, and piano teacher, Andrea Miller.
 
## Sep. 20, 2019: soundcloud has a big trouble for uploading music. So I failed to upload #2106 on Sep. 20, 2019 and upload it on Sep. 21, 2019 instead.## 2000 tunes! on June 6th, 2019: Thanks for your kind supports! : )## On Feb. 4, 2018: 1512 tunes, a 1/3 of 4536 tunes, is achieved. Thanks for your kind supports.. : )## On Jan. 22, 2017; 1134 tunes, a quarter of 4536 tunes, is achieved. Thanks for your kind supports.. : )## On Dec. 30, 2016; #1111st tune uploaded. Great Repdigit!! : ) Than ...
 
Imagine talking with some of your favorite musicians about the story of their songs, what inspired their passion for music, what challenges and obstacles they’ve overcome, and what drives them today. Well, we imagined that too, and said, ‘Yeah, let’s do that!” Join us as we get the musician's story! You’ve Heard The Music, Now Hear Their Story! Engaging, Entertaining, and Educational Video Podcast Interviews with Artists from the World of Music, from All Genres, Local to Global, Helping Musi ...
 
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#2260: Feb. 21, 2020: Eventually he began to see that lightToday's pure primal piano music here. Happy if this makes you feel peaceful.. : ) ===============After 8 days, it seems that I can achieve 2268 songs which is half of my project goal. Thank you for your kind and continuous supports.======================= my creation note today ========Each…
 
Learning jazz comping can be a complicated process. You need rhythms, voicings, movements, registers and more. Even after all that, you have to go to an actual tune and start to implement the strategies you've learned. In this episode we show you some amazing comping strategies that you can easily use to sound great over the classic tune Airegin. Y…
 
“Contentment” – Solo Piano Improvisation Background Music for Prayer, Meditation, Soaking Worship, Relaxation, and Mindfulness Contentment is a word that has become very powerful in my life recently. The spelling and sound of the word content is so incredibly similar to the word contempt. They are so close yet so dramatically far away. One of... Th…
 
On this episode, Peter and Adam lay down the fundamentals of what it takes to have a good solo piano performance. Be sure to tune in to Peter and Adam's Solo Piano Q&A! Starting at 3:00 PM CST, Peter and Adam will be streaming live to YouTube as they answer any questions you have about solo piano. Check out Geoffrey Keezer's new course from Open St…
 
In this episode, we discuss nerves, stage fright, and performing strategies. I share many personal experiences, as well as advice I've received from numerous sources that have helped me overcome nerves and deal with the pressures of being on stage. I hope it helps you in your studies! For links to my website, social media platforms, free trainings,…
 
Ethan starts out with a Mary Lou Williams rarity called "Lonely Moments." Then he plays Jelly Roll Morton's "Froggy Moore Rag" which was inspired by either "Moore the Frog Man" (a contortionist in a frog costume) or Benson "Froggy" Moore (a pianist who would read the newspaper while playing piano). Finally, after all the frog business, Ethan plays …
 
Rachmaninoff remains extremely popular as a composer. But at the same time, a kind of condescending attitude continues to linger about Rachmaninoff’s music. People say it sounds like movie music, it's too sentimental, etc. etc. In fact, Rachmaninoff’s music is as well put together and as innovative as any composer of his time, just in a different w…
 
Peter and Adam teach you how to pay some billzz on this episode with their list of skillzz that all professional musicians have. 7 Essential Skillzz for Pro Musicians Great ears Versatility Openness Grit Ability to communicate at a high level Passion for music & artistry Great technical ability BONUS Check out Geoffrey Keezer's new course from Open…
 
(Part 2 this week is composers 6-10 Dvorak, Sibelius, Prokofiev, Stravinsky, and Rachmaninoff) I once was talking with a conductor about Beethoven's 8th symphony. He made a comment that stuck with me ever since: "this symphony is Opus 93, but I always want to know what was Opus 94, and we never hear those pieces." There's a lot of truth in that com…
 
#2259: Feb. 20, 2020: In the mysterious wayToday's pure primal piano music here. Happy if this makes you feel peaceful.. : ) ===============After 9 days, it seems that I can achieve 2268 songs which is half of my project goal. Thank you for your kind and continuous supports.======================= my creation note today ========The songs that come …
 
Do you have a vision or vision statement for your studio? In this episode I share some questions I think about to get a more vivid picture of what I'm trying to accomplish with my music studio and business. I also talk about Vision's nemesis: FOMO. It's real and it's constantly trying to sabotage our focus. To get a printable version of the questio…
 
#2258: Feb. 19, 2019: If you're quiet and open enough to hear themToday's pure primal piano music here. Happy if this makes you feel peaceful.. : ) ===============After 10 days, it seems that I can achieve 2268 songs which is half of my project goal. Thank you for your kind and continuous supports.======================= my creation note today ====…
 
Eliska Tanzer was born in Slovakia into a very unusual family. Her mother’s family were Romany sex workers, while her largely absent father was a Nazi sympathiser. The local school refused to educate her because of her heritage, so Eliska grew up illiterate. When she was 13, Eliska was trafficked into Britain, where despite suffering exploitation a…
 
In this guided meditation we explore what needs to wash away in order for something new to be born - what needs watering for the garden to grow? Take just ten minutes to give space to listen to that which is always there and only needs to room to be heard. More meditations and music plus retreats and more at, http://eastforest.org…
 
You've heard our favorite simple solos, now it's time for Peter and Adam's favorite complex note-heavy solos. As always, you can hear them in full with our Spotify playlist. Our 5 Favorite "Busy Solos: Michael Brecker - "Syzygy" Art Tatum - "Tiger Rag" Brad Mehldau - "All the Things You Are" Oscar Peterson - "Autumn Leaves" McCoy Tyner - "Afro Blue…
 
#2257: Feb. 18, 2020: There are wizards out thereToday's pure primal piano music here. Happy if this makes you feel peaceful.. : ) ======== my creation note today ========Perhaps the most comfortable place for humans is in the womb of their unborn mother. This is fundamental and essential. And there is a world full of mother's affection. For the fe…
 
As part of the BBC World Service’s Crossing Divides season, Outlook is looking back at some extraordinary personal stories of transcending boundaries and crossing divides.Latifa Ibn Ziaten, a Moroccan mother to five has been awarded the highest honour in France, the Legion of Honour, and has been nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize. Latifa's son, a F…
 
On today's episode, Peter and Adam give you some techniques to enhance your bebop playing right now. 7 Nifty Bebop Tactics to Deploy Now: The double surround "dopio" Cm7 Chromatic! Double diminished melodic throw-down Triplets Half-double surround Diminished-augmented chromaticism Delay the harmony for the melody BONUS Want more bebop tactics? Open…
 
#2256: Feb. 17, 2020: But from another place to which he's trying to returnToday's pure primal piano music here. Happy if this makes you feel peaceful.. : ) ======== my creation note today ========The first sound humans hear is the heartbeat of their mother. Perhaps it is inscribed firmly in the back of the heart of a person. Hearing has been activ…
 
In May 2019 Saray Khumalo became the first black African woman to summit Everest. She defied those who didn't believe she could achieve her dream of climbing the world’s highest peaks. The trek to the top wasn't easy though, Saray tells Andile Masuku about three previous attempts and her near-death experiences. Saray's adventurous expeditions help …
 
#2255: Feb. 16, 2020: He lives in a world of his own makingToday's pure primal piano music here. Happy if this makes you feel peaceful.. : ) ======== my creation note today ========I live calmly, calmly and deeply. In it, I capture the flow of sound in the heart that comes down naturally. Does it reach the hearts of those who listen? And can that p…
 
#2254: Feb. 15, 2020: Then began talking inToday's pure primal piano music here. Happy if this makes you feel peaceful.. : ) ======== my creation note today ========I bought a book by Hiroshi Senju, a famous Japanese painter. I'm glad I can tell you something very powerfully. In my case, once I buy a book, I usually don't read it, but I still under…
 
In 2003, Nakout Sylvia was kidnapped in Uganda by the Lord’s Resistance Army who murdered her husband and separated from her children. She was taken to a LRA stronghold in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, where she was held as a sex slave. She was raped by LRA leader Joseph Kony, and bore a child he claimed to be his. In 2015, Nakout made a da…
 
These solos might be "simple," but that doesn't make them any less killin'. Peter and Adam list their favorite understated solos. You can hear them all on our Spotify playlist here. 5 Favorite "Simple" Solos Miles Davis - "So What" Keith Jarrett - "Never Let Me Go" Ahmad Jamal - "But Not for Me" Herbie Hancock - "Solitude" Sonny Rollins - "Blue 7" …
 
#2253: Feb. 14, 2020: Listening to distant voices he fancied only he could hearToday's pure primal piano music here. Happy if this makes you feel peaceful.. : ) ======== my creation note today ========The feeling of beauty will lead to the feeling of loving nature. No matter what, the heart of a person is dominated by the search for a lover and the…
 
Peter and Adam give a tutorial on minor 2-5-1 chord progressions and what voicings work well with them. Check out Geoffrey Keezer's new course from Open Studio: Elements of Solo Piano. He'll show you the strategies and techniques you need to know to become a better solo pianist. For a free sample, take a look at Keezer's excellent transcribed perfo…
 
I once was talking with a conductor about Beethoven's 8th symphony. He made a comment that stuck with me ever since: "this symphony is Opus 93, but I always want to know what was Opus 94, and we never hear those pieces." There's a lot of truth in that comment. And so I thought that today would be a good opportunity to explore some hidden gems from …
 
#2252: Feb. 13, 2020: I appreciate your interest in himToday's pure primal piano music here. Happy if this makes you feel peaceful.. : ) ======== my creation note today ========"Song" for "Noh", this is wonderful. Although it has a very simple structure, it has infinite depth and power to shake your heart. Gonin Hayashi is a singer who has a drum, …
 
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