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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.
 
From the creators of the hit film SCORE: A FILM MUSIC DOCUMENTARY comes this award-nominated podcast inviting you into the studios of Hollywood's most brilliant, beloved and imaginative musical storytellers. Hosted by Robert Kraft and Kenny Holmes. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/score/support
 
Keith Mills, founder of the Finish More Music system, reveals the creative strategies and mindsets he teaches to thousands of music producers so you can write more and better music, ready to release and share with the world. Discover workflow hacks to speed up your writing process, mindset approaches to overcome avoidance, procrastination and perfectionism, and compositional techniques to help you take your underground dance music productions to the next level.
 
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 ...
 
Artist, performer and host Helga Davis brings a soulful curiosity and love of people to the podcast Helga: The Armory Conversations. She draws the listener into intimate conversations with artists, scholars and cultural change-makers, famous and lesser known, who join her to share the steps they’ve taken along their paths. These inspiring conversations expand our world and our imaginations as we explore what we think we know about each other. The new season of Helga is a co-production of WNY ...
 
Wanna know the secrets of the musical multiverse? Sit down, grab an axe, and get abducted. Beyond the Frets is your chance to hear in-depth conversations with legendary guitarists, educators and composers about their process, struggles, accomplishments and thoughts on the modern music industry. Hosted by Zakk Jones, these discussions are full of great stories, anecdotes and a little bit of insanity along the way. This podcast is funded in part by the MidAmerican Center for Contemporary Music ...
 
Greetings my friend. My name is John W. Bailey Jr. aka SuperMayne Productions, a life long member at Podomatic. I compose and produce my own style of music. Music is the heartbeat of life, and the universal language. May you assist me in supporting my music. Have a listen, you might like what you hear. My music may be heard on many media venues - https://httpsupermayneproductions.com/supermayne-productions-introduction - My website, https://www.reverbnation.com/johnbaileysupermayneproduction ...
 
The Great Composers dives deep into the lives behind some of the greatest music ever written. Host Karla Walker and conductor Scott O'Neil look at the world through the eyes of these gifted artists. Learn about obstacles they overcame, and their loves, losses, successes and failures. You'll feel you know Mozart, Rachmaninov and others as friends.
 
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 ...
 
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.
 
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 ...
 
The world of video games is exciting and full of innovative music. Join Will Helliwell and Lloyd Tranter as they explore the phenomenon of games and music, from reviews and interviews to the history behind some of your favourite consoles. If you enjoy video games and their accompanying soundtracks, this is the podcast for you.
 
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Synopsis On today’s date in 1791 Mozart’s sixth child, christened Franz Xaver, was born in Vienna. Mozart nicknamed the new arrival “Wowi” and everyone said the baby was the spitting image of papa, even down to the distinctive Mozart ears. The baby’s mother, Constanze, claimed her husband predicted the child would become a musician when he noticed …
 
Composer, conductor, and multi-instrumentalist Jeremy Turner is known for creating innovative and diverse music for the moving image and the stage.  He is a two time EMMY nominee, has won the Music + Sound Award, the International Documentary Association Award, the AICP Award, and has been named in NPR Music’s Favorite Songs of the Year. Jeremy rec…
 
The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra’s principal harpist Elisabeth Remy Johnson is on a quest, working to make music and quality music education more widely available and more inclusive. Undeterred by the daily demands of her career in the Symphony, Remy Johnson made time for a passion project lifting up underrecognized female composers, both historic an…
 
Allen Vizzutti is known worldwide as a phenomenal trumpet player and soloist. But he is equally at home as a teacher and composer, and over the course of our conversation we talk about all of these creative areas of his life. I’ve known Allen for a great many years and have always been impressed not only with his playing, but also with his humility…
 
Donald Macleod explores the life and work of Manuel de FallaManuel de Falla was not well suited to the role of national musical icon. He was at his happiest, living a simple, monkish existence in his spartan Granada villa; fussing over his music in pleasant isolation or enjoying the company of a few close friends. He was generous but withdrawn, qui…
 
JoAnn Falletta and the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra — Florent Schmitt: La Tragedie de Salome/Musique sur l’eau/Oriane et le Prince d’Amour/Légende (Naxos) “It was like a treasure box of music that I didn’t know at all,” said conductor JoAnn Falletta after scholar Phillip Nones introduced her to the musical scores of Florent Schmitt. “A true color…
 
Five years after Prince's death, the musician's music director of over 20 years, Morris Hayes, discusses Prince's posthumous new album Welcome 2 America. Recorded in 2010 and archived in the singer's legendary vault of unreleased material, it is released this week. Freya McClements, Northern Correspondent with The Irish Times, joins John to discuss…
 
Marhonda Gordon has barely left her house in the last year. “I’m a stay-at-home mom. I’m here 24/7,” she said. She and her four children have all been together in this suburban home in south DeKalb County for the entire pandemic. For Gordon, it turned out to be a blessing. “It brought us closer. We’re here all the time with each other,” she said. “…
 
Four months after the Atlanta mass shootings, a plea deal is imminent for suspect Robert Aaron Long in Cherokee County, where the shooting spree began. Two community leaders, Jongwon Lee and Michelle Khang, spoke with Morning Edition about progress that’s being made to make the AAPI community more visible and better understood. The post Four Months…
 
Stephanie Koziej is an installation artist and scholar who explores, perhaps, the most fundamental concept in our lives — the connections between people. Her new experimental installation Tender Rhythms is an “interactive brain-computer interface installation” that creates music and visual art when two people connect deeply with one another. Koziej…
 
One of the most influential progressive rock bands of all time will light up Atlanta’s Fox Theatre for the venue’s first reopening of live shows since the pandemic. King Crimson, the eclectic explorers of sound who formed in 1968 with their blend of jazz, classical and psychedelic rock music, has had a rollercoaster career — breaking up and reformi…
 
Before she got COVID-19, Cassandra Hernandez, 38, was in great shape — both physically and mentally. “I’m a nurse,” she says. “I work with surgeons and my memory was sharp.” Then, in June 2020, COVID-19 struck Hernandez and several others in her unit at a large hospital in San Antonio. “I went home after working a 12-hour shift and sat down to eat …
 
Michael Lugo sits ringside sipping coffee and keeping a close eye on two teenagers throwing jabs. “We are promoting the sport of amateur boxing, Olympic-style boxing to help kids find a better path, an outlet, as opposed to getting in trouble, staying in the streets, dealing with anxiety, depression, bullying,” said Lugo. As the Olympics get underw…
 
Description Although not a superstar like Handel, J.S. Bach was prolific in his writing. Yet, after his death, his music remained relatively dormant for some time. So, was Felix Mendelssohn responsible for kickstarting Bach back into the limelight? Take a minute to get the scoop! Fun Fact At the time Mendelssohn was promoting Bach, there was alread…
 
The government’s new violence against women and girls strategy was published last Wednesday. Many organisations welcomed the commitments it made but many had criticisms for areas not addressed, not least the specific needs of Black and minoritized women when facing domestic violence. Ngozi Fulani is the founder and director of Sistah Space, a small…
 
Today I'm joined by DJ, producer and multimedia artist Rashid Ajami. Now Rashid has been releasing music for well over a decade on the likes of Armada, Anjunadeep, Get Physical and Einmusika to name a few, but the road to releasing on these top labels was far from plain sailing… Like most producers, Rashid has had to deal with his own fair share of…
 
When the pandemic hit, Keri Smith and her family fled with what they could fit in their car. They spent the past 15 months in Canada, where she was born, at a family cottage in rural Nova Scotia. Now that Smith and her husband are fully vaccinated, they’re ready to come back to their home in Northampton, Mass. “I have my house; my kids go to school…
 
Synopsis In July of 1936, this notice concerning an upcoming Hollywood Bowl concert appeared in The Los Angeles Times: “William Grant Still will conduct two of his own works.” The nonchalance of the paper’s music and dance critic overlooked the fact that the occasion marked the first time that an African-American conductor would lead a major Americ…
 
It is 10 years since the tragic death of the singer Amy Winehouse from alcohol poisoning at the age of just 27. A new documentary film, Reclaiming Amy on the BBC on features Amy's closest friends and family and seeks to tell the story of the real Amy. We hear from her mother, Janis and close friend Catriona Gourlay.For the first time in 125 years, …
 
Federal workplace safety officials are proposing nearly $1 million in fines against four companies following a January liquid nitrogen leak that killed six workers at a Georgia poultry processing plant. U.S. Labor Secretary Marty Walsh announced citations and fines by the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration on Friday. “Make no mistak…
 
Synopsis On today’s date in 1938, a new opera by the 74-year-old German composer Richard Strauss had its premiere at the Munich National Theater. It was entitled “Friedenstag” or “Peace Day” – a rather ironic title, considering a Second World War was imminent. The opera’s story takes place during the Thirty Years War in 17th century Germany. The mi…
 
As the Biden Administration tightens regulations on critical infrastructure like fuel pipelines, one Atlanta-based cybersecurity expert says it’s better late than never. Because what he’s seen while conducting federal utility audits in the past, scares him. Nick Santora is the CEO of cybersecurity education company, Curricula — based in the Atlanta…
 
U.S. Education Secretary Miguel Cardona visited DeKalb County’s Kelly Lake Elementary School in Decatur on Friday. He came to highlight the way the district has used some of the $311 million it received in federal stimulus money through the American Rescue Plan (ARP). DeKalb used some of the funds to invest in new ventilation systems. Public health…
 
Playwright April De Angelis joins Tom to talk about her new musical Gin Craze! Described as 'a booze soaked love ballad from the women of Gin Lane.' The Tokyo Olympics 2020 Opening Ceremony took place earlier today, a year later than planned, in the wake of a number of controversies, not least the sacking of the Artistic Director the day before the…
 
According to a new report produced by the Annie E. Casey Foundation, Georgia ranks 38th in the nation as it relates to the overall well-being of children. The 2021 KIDS COUNT Data Book, which includes data from the Census Bureau’s Household Pulse Survey, aims to shed light on how children in every state were faring before and during the COVID-19 pa…
 
In a curious twist, the history of fine art thievery has become a subject so fascinating, it’s spawned its own body of artwork. Kota Ezawa’s new exhibition, “The Crime of Art,” pays homage to stolen classical art masterpieces from a massive heist, through multimedia works in the form of paintings, light-boxes, and video animations. Ezawa’s artwork …
 
Good communication, as any therapist, life coach, or couples’ counselor will tell you, is key – yet it often eludes even the chattiest among us. Minds In Motion, a therapy clinic for neurodiverse individuals, gives a level-up to its students by teaching communication pathways through art. Occupational therapist Jessica Sibley started the clinic in …
 
In this podcast: 1. Alison Crum and Roy Marks, 2. Ensemble Mirable, 3. Pellingmans' Saraband, 4. Trio Dafne, 5. Poeticall Musicke, 6. Ensemble Carpe Diem, 7. Ernst Stolz, 8. Wildcat Viols, 9. Ensemble Carpe Diem, 10. Music for a Winter's Eve, 11. Alison Crum and Roy Marks, 12. SCD, 13. Gilles Zimmermann, 14. SCD, 15. Ensemble Carpe Diem, 16. Poetic…
 
It’s been one year since Congressman John Lewis died of pancreatic cancer. And as people from around the world continue to honor and remember his life, the co-author of Lewis’ latest biography, “Carry On: Reflections for a New Generation” describes the iconic civil rights leader’s legacy in one word: humility. “He would always tell me don’t worry a…
 
The Opening Ceremony of the Tokyo Olympics starts today and Team GB are taking more women athletes than men for the first time in 125 years. Of the 376 athletes selected, 201 are female. So could this be the best ever Games for women? We talk to Dame Katherine Grainger, Britain's joint most decorated female Olympian and Chair of UK Sport; double Ol…
 
Domenico Cimarosa - L'Olimpiade: Overture Czech Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra, Pardubice Patrick Gallois, conductor More info about today's track: Naxos 8.573568 Courtesy of Naxos of America, Inc. Subscribe You can subscribe to this podcast in Apple Podcasts, or by using the Daily Download podcast RSS feed. Purchase this recording ArkivMusic Amazo…
 
Synopsis Today is National Hot Dog Day, but we’re taking this opportunity to celebrate the non-grill variety, namely the Weiner dog or dachshund, a breed beloved of some famous composers and performers. Leonard Bernstein was passionate about the many dachshund he owned, all named Henry, and once on a flight to Paris, booked a seat for a furry passe…
 
The opening ceremonies of the Olympic games take place Friday in Tokyo. A few events have already taken place this week, but most of the action will take place over the next few weeks. There are dozens of athletes with Georgia ties that will be competing, among the highlights: Tennis These Olympics were delayed a year because of the pandemic, and C…
 
In February, Microsoft announced it would break ground on a 90-acre campus in Grove Park on Atlanta’s Westside. Back then, WABE heard from the elected president of the Grove Park Neighborhood Association, Brandon Pierre-Thomas. Since then, Pierre-Thomas has been coordinating talks between the big tech company and concerned legacy residents, many of…
 
Susannah Clapp, theatre critic of The Observer reviews the new age-blind production of Hamlet starring Ian McKellen, which officially opened up at the Theatre Royal Windsor last night, 50 years since the 82-year-old actor first played the part.The Mercury Prize nominees were announced today. Laura Snapes gives us her thoughts on the list, what it t…
 
In January of 2020, the organization Historic Atlanta started putting together a preservation plan for Atlanta’s LGBTQ history. That plan has, at its center, another document—Atlanta’s LGBTQ “historic context statement.” Charlie Paine chairs the non-profit’s preservation committee. He says COVID-19 has slowed their momentum, but they’re celebrating…
 
In an age of digital economies and impersonal conveniences, giants like Amazon threaten to suffocate small independent bookstores and, perhaps, erode the sense of community these neighborhood businesses help to foster. Writer and filmmaker Mason Engel aims to sway viewers back towards their local booksellers with a new documentary called “The Books…
 
Shanequa Gay is a “world-building multimedia artist;” a painter, installation artist, performance artist, photographer, videographer, and sculptor. Gay’s work centers around “ritual, memory, storytelling, and fantasy.” Inspired by her ancestors and the Atlanta community, she also draws energy from music. “Trap music is a form of praise and worship,…
 
Our story today, by Ryan Napier, is titled “First as Tragedy”. Ryan Napier was born in Plant City, Florida. He has degrees from Stetson University and Yale Divinity School. “First as Tragedy” is one of his Narodistan stories, others of which have appeared recently in Queen Mob’s Tea House and the Carbon Culture Review. He lives in Massachusetts. Ou…
 
Jules Williamson has directed her first feature film in her fifties. The premier is tonight. Off the Rails is a celebration of women. It centres round four friends who went Inter-railing when they were 19, who when one of them dies, revisit the same journey later in life taking her daughter this time. It’s a comedy drama with a great female cast - …
 
American musician Jon Batiste has many strings to his bow – he’s an activist, recording artist, band leader for a daily TV late night chat show, a singer, pianist and an Oscar-winning film composer. Batiste discusses his new album, We Are, as well as his Broadway musical about Jean-Michel Basquiat, and An American Symphony being performed at Carneg…
 
Carolyn is joined by editors Melissa McCoy and A.J. Catoline to discuss their work on the Emmy nominated Apple TV+ comedy series, 'Ted Lasso.' They chat about major character developments throughout the second season, the amount of improvisation in the show, and which episodes were their favorites to work on. In this podcast series, Carolyn Giardin…
 
Gioaccino Rossini - William Tell: Overture Zagreb Festival Orchestra Michael Halasz, conductor More info about today's track: Naxos 8.550236 Courtesy of Naxos of America, Inc. Subscribe You can subscribe to this podcast in Apple Podcasts, or by using the Daily Download podcast RSS feed. Purchase this recording ArkivMusic Amazon…
 
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