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Anna’s Baroque Bon Bons delves into the tales of the musicians, patrons, composers and instruments of the Baroque period. From the esteemed Handel having his life saved by his jacket button while duelling to the latest discoveries of Baroque scores in dusty attics. Each weekly Bon Bon is accompanied by a piece of Baroque music which ties in with the story. Anna is a music teacher and freelance lecturer. She plays the harpsichord and has a fascination for all that is Baroque.
 
In 2008 I started a series of radio shows with fellow Freak and host, Jonny Rock. The original format was based around vinyl. Digital started to creep in, then CD's, then YouTube rips, and so on. But the idea remained the same, that we were sharing our discoveries with an audience. Fast forwarding a couple of years and expanding on the original concept, I will once again be playing dance music that you may or may not have heard, but this time said music will be readily available, if pointed ...
 
~80 minute long free music download compilations which feature intriguingly mixed rock and rock-based music from a variety of artists that in other contexts might be considered incompatible. Genres, rhythms, moods and artists are seamlessly blended together to produce listening experiences you can only dream about finding in traditional radio. BRYHNH includes favorites and new discoveries from both familiar artists and those you wish you had heard before, downloaded twice monthly free to you ...
 
Greetings! Since age 15 at the turn of the Millennium I underwent an awakening of curiosity about the mysteries of the world. My grandfather Don Basham wrote many books about spiritual topics and my father Glenn Basham granted me a very artistic atmosphere of classical music in the home I was raised and homeschooled in. I spent about 15 years total traveling all throughout Asia and learning both Japanese and Chinese as well as a myriad of other topics. Now I'm excited to share these discover ...
 
Star Trek news, in podcast form. Every weekday. The only Star Trek podcast you need to start your day right. Hosted by Alison Pitt and part of the Roddenberry Podcast Network. Daily Star Trek News is the best resource for the latest news - daily! - from Star Trek new and classic, plus updates on the franchise from CBS and Paramount, and from Trek-adjacent shows like The Orville and Galaxy Quest.
 
Do you dream of someday getting to perform at Carnegie Hall, or wonder what it takes to be a professional musician? The Cello Sherpa Podcast is for anyone who enjoys the tales and scales in the life of a classical musician, or for the young classical musician who dreams big! We explore all aspects of the climb to the summit from student to the professional stage! Joel Dallow, the Cello Sherpa, interviews experts in the field covering a wide range of topics surrounding this challenging career ...
 
Vitor Moya was born and raised in 1983, Sao Paulo, Brazil. His musical history begins when he was 12, when he becomes a big fan of heavy metal and classical music, and since that music has been always part of his life. He studied musical theory for 4 years and played guitar, bass and had notions of piano. Untill he was 18, he was a guitarist and composer for a heavy metal band named Crystal Flame. Your passion for electronic music starts around 1998, when he met the work of Sasha & Digweed a ...
 
Hi, my name is Elijah Rock, Actor, Author, Host and Entertainer of the American Songbook, Classical and Broadway repertoire. I am passionate about authentic connections and heart-to-heart conversations with extraordinary people who impart wisdom from our past and ignite new discoveries about life and their experiences. My Variety Show is filmed in the entertainment capital of the world - Las Vegas, interviewing leaders in diverse industries such as Music, Business, Film, Theatre, Education, ...
 
Podcasting from Portland, Oregon in full stereophonic sound, the CD Baby Rockabilly podcast is here to help you discover rockabilly artists, songs, and albums, both new and old, from all around the globe. Fans of Stray Cats, Wanda Jackson, Eddie Cochran, Charlie Feathers, Bill Haley & The Comets, Social Distortion, 1991 Morrissey, and early Sun Studios recordings from Carl Perkins, Elvis Presley and Johnny Cash know this classic genre, which merges early rock & country sounds in a timeless s ...
 
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Michael Basham has spent the last 20 years exploring the frontiers of all things spiritually and physically fringe. From grappling with the ancient forces of Japan China and Nepal to delving into the modern Info-War and Mystic Christian movement, Michael has more recently begun to use the internet as a mission field to help equip the next generation of spiritual warriors to face the epic prophetic challenges ahead. Having clocked thousands of hours sharing his journey and fellowshipping with ...
 
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Gloria For Two Sopranos, Alto, Chorus And Orchestra Kyrie For Two Sopranos, Two Altos, Double Chorus, and Double String Orchestra Credo For Chorus And String Orchestra Purchase the music (without talk) at: Antonio Vivaldi, Michel Corboz – Sacred Music, Volume 1: Gloria - Kyrie - Credo (classicalsavings.com) Your purchase helps to support our show! …
 
JS Bach's English Suites 1-3 Performed on the piano by Ashkenazy Purchase the music (without talk) at: JS Bach: English Suites 1-3 (classicalsavings.com) Your purchase helps to support our show! Classical Music Discoveries is sponsored by La Musica International Chamber Music Festival and Uber. @khedgecock #ClassicalMusicDiscoveries #KeepClassicalM…
 
Welcome to Illuminis #141! GET PROGRESSIVE OBSESSIVE! The newest trends in progressive house and techno!Enjoy it!Tracklist:01) Vitor Moya – Illuminis Intro02) Be Morais – Eyes closed (Etyen rework) | Not Another03) Kasango – Closer (original mix) | Madorasindahouse Records04) Kasper Koman – Wilder (Alex O`Rion remix) | Juicebox Music05) Echonomist,…
 
Faust is an opera in five acts by Charles Gounod to a French libretto by Jules Barbier and Michel Carré from Carré's play Faust et Marguerite, in turn loosely based on Johann Wolfgang von Goethe's Faust, Part One. It debuted at the Théâtre Lyrique on the Boulevard du Temple in Paris on 19 March 1859, with influential sets designed by Charles-Antoin…
 
Brent Spiner hints at his new character in Star Trek: Picard season 2; a one-of-a-kind prop is going up for auction at an eyewatering price; Lower Decks composer Chris Westlake posts some behind-the-scenes video; and LeVar Burton's got a new book coming out - about imagination.
 
French-American pianist Julia Den Boer today releases her second album, Kermès, on New Focus Recordings. The album's four stunning works by experimental female composers include Giulia Lorusso’s Déserts, Linda Catlin Smith’s The Underfolding, Anna Thorvaldsdottir’s Reminiscence, and Rebecca Saunders’ Crimson. Kermès Track List 1. Giulia Lorusso — D…
 
Beautiful minimalistic music to relax and enjoy the beauties around you. Composed by Erland Cooper and Kathryn Joseph Tracklisting: A Thing of Beauty is a Joy Forever Its Loveliness Increases It Will Never Pass Into Nothingness But Still Will Keep a Bower Quiet for Us And a Sleep Full of Sweet Dreams And Health and Quiet Breathing Watch Erland's Yo…
 
The Philadelphia Orchestra and its Music Director, Yannick Nézet-Séguin release their latest album Florence Price: Symphonies Nos. 1 & 3 to celebrate the achievements of Florence Price in surmounting systemic barriers of African-Americans and women in classical music. Price came to prominence almost ninety years ago. The composer’s Symphony No. 1 w…
 
The “extravagantly talented” (The New York Times) American organist Cameron Carpenter today digitally releases his first album on Decca Gold, a recording of J.S. Bach’s The Goldberg Variations, BWV 988 juxtaposed with his own transcription of Howard Hanson’s Symphony No. 2 in D-flat Major, Opus 30, W45, "Romantic." Both works are performed on the I…
 
Mefistofele is an opera in a prologue and five acts, then reduced to four and an epilogue, written and composed by Arrigo Boito inspired by Goethe's Faust. The first performance took place in Milan, at the Teatro alla Scala, on March 5, 1868, conducted by Boito himself, but it ended in a sensational fiasco, perhaps due, in addition to the excessive…
 
On today's Star Trek news roundup: William Shatner reacts emotionally to his trip to space; Robert Beltran confirms his role in Star Trek: Prodigy; and Anson Mount announces a wrap on Strange New Worlds. Plus Star Trek Online launches a new Halloween event, and we talked to Ian Spelling about Star Trek: A Celebration.…
 
The personal character of the Antichrist may be described as follows: (1) High intelligence--Rev.13:18; Dan.7:8. (2) Great speaking ability--Dan.7:8; Rev.13:5. (3) Crafty political talents--Dan.9:27; Rev.17:12,13,17. (4) Strong physical appearance--Dan.7:20. (5) Military genius--Rev.13:4; 17:14; 19:19. (6) Morally, the worst personage (a) Materiali…
 
Trailblazing composer duo Hania & Dobrawa releases its much-anticipated debut album Inner Symphonies on Deutsche Grammophon. Polish composer-pianist-singer Hania Rani and composer-cellist Dobrawa Czocher, the two youngest composers ever signed to the label, combine piano, cello, and electronics on a genre-bending, a style-defining album of ten work…
 
The Cello Sherpa Podcast Host, Joel Dallow, interviews Avi Friedlander, Cellist and Director of the Barston Suzuki Center at the Music Institute of Chicago. He shares his experience in becoming certified to teach Suzuki, starting his own school, and transitioning to his current position. Avi also talks about composing his own arrangements of popula…
 
NEW FOR OCTOBER 15, 2021 A web of juicy tracks . . . Juicy Spiders - The Best Radio You Have Never Heard Vol. 421 1. Mother's Daughter - Santana 2. Spanish Bombs - The Clash 3. Pretty In Pink (alt) - Psychedelic Furs 4. Wherever We Go - The Doobie Brothers 5. And Your Bird Can Sing - The Beatles 6. Walking Down Madison - Kirsty MacColl 7. Millenniu…
 
Soprano Renée Fleming today releases Voice of Nature: The Anthropocene, her new album with Yannick Nézet-Séguin, on Decca Classics. Inspired by the solace Fleming found while hiking near her Virginia home during lockdown, the album explores the centrality of nature in Romantic-era songs and highlights the peril and fragility of the natural world to…
 
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