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Boxing Podcast🥊🎧 Danny Z and Michael "Shep" Shepherd cover the biggest boxing events from around the globe with the most in-depth fight previews, guests, and hard-hitting analysis. Episodes released weekly. Follow the show on Twitter and Instagram: @thelastround12
 
Each podcast episode will include a biography of an artist, a virtual exploration of art & a hands-on art history lesson. Experience an accessible approach to art history & adaptable art lessons that you can work on at your own pace. I hope you enjoy! Podcast Host - Kendra Krepinski (B.F.A., B.Ed., M.Ed.). Music by, Craig Rollison. Email contact: eaa.handsonarthistory@gmail.com. Find lesson examples on Instagram @art_integrated_ed
 
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On this episode, we take a deep dive and look at one scene from Mozart's Magic Flute, the quintet from Act 1. We examine Mozart's unique ability to change musical characters quickly, his use of text painting, and his progressive approach to harmony that was far ahead of his time. Remember to rate, review, and subscribe! www.attentiontodetailpod.com…
 
On this episode, we continue our opera SparkNotes series with a review of Mussorgsky's great Russian epic, Boris Godunov. We highlight all the great music from the opera, including the famous Coronation Scene, and summarize the plot in a way that will help anyone looking to learn a bit about this incredible piece, without committing the full three …
 
We continue our breakdown of Strauss's striking masterwork Salome, looking at the second part of the opera, including the Dance of the Seven Veils and the famous (or infamous!) final scene! www.attentiontodetailpod.com Remember to review, rate, and subscribe to the podcast! It helps us to get out to as many listeners as possible, and we really appr…
 
On this episode, we break down the first half of Richard Strauss' groundbreaking and controversial Salome, an opera premiered in 1905. Based on a play by Oscar Wilde, Salome is one of the first works of musical modernism, paving the way for much of the music of the 20th century. Just like actual SparkNotes, we highlight all the key musical and narr…
 
On this episode, we look at the incredible film composer John Williams, ranking our favorite pieces from his body of work. We are joined by Josh Joyce, brother of Jacob, to break down all of the music from Star Wars, Harry Potter, and much more! Remember to rate, review, and subscribe! www.attentiontodetailpod.com…
 
In celebration of 100 episodes of the podcast, we fashioned a fun musical quiz designed to test our hosts' and audience's knowledge of classical music! Jacob tries to identify pieces from ClassicalFM's Top 100 Pieces, and Hannah answers Jacob's questions that use pieces as clues. We hope you will play along, and remember to celebrate with us by rat…
 
We conclude our series on what to expect from symphonic movements with finales! We look at the history of last movements, spanning from Mozart to Mahler, and listen to some epic finishes. www.attentiontodetailpod.com Keep an eye out for our new blog, coming soon to our website, and remember to rate, review, and subscribe to the pod!…
 
On this episode, we begin a series where we break down the main characteristics of each movement of a standard symphony, starting with the first! We discuss what to expect from first movements, listen to some famous examples, and explore how first movements evolved over time! www.attentiontodetailpod.com…
 
After a long hiatus, we are back (!!) with a breakdown of Tchaikovsky's 1812 Overture. This piece is heard on July 4th concerts around the United States, and has a fascinating history and layout. We talk about how the overture was actually originally meant to celebrate Russian victory over the invading French, Tchaikovsky's fusion of the absolute a…
 
We continue our series on returning to live concerts with a discussion of how to prepare for attending a performance. Should you listen to the pieces beforehand, should you read program notes, and should different pieces be approached in different ways? We tackle all of these questions, and more, in this discussion! www.attentiontodetailpod.com…
 
As live concerts start to come back, we discuss some of the tricky questions surrounding the daunting world of concert etiquette. Many traditions of the classical concert-going experience can be intimidating and confusing to newcomers, so we try to break those down, examine what is important and what is unnecessary, and share some personal experien…
 
On this episode, we are joined by violinist Kevin Lin and cellist Stephen Hawkey to play a game we are calling Mozart, Haydn, or Other! Kevin and Stephen listen to several clips of music from the Classical era and attempt to identify whether the composer is one of the two great masters, or some other lesser-known composer writing in a similar style…
 
On today's episode, we continue our exploration of winter-themed pieces with Schubert's dark and gloomy Winterreise. The quintessential unappreciated artist, Schubert's music is now at the center of the classical repertoire, and Winterreise is seen as one of the iconic works of German romanticism. Although the music is dreary, we hope you get enjoy…
 
Winter is here! With many of us in the U.S. buried under feet of snow, we thought we would review some pieces of music inspired by winter, starting with Haydn's The Seasons! This little-known oratorio is a real gem, so we hope you enjoy listening! www.attentiontodetailpod.comBy Jacob Joyce
 
Today’s episode highlights the 90 year career of Spanish artist, Joan Miró! He was a painter, sculptor and ceramicist who never stopped evolving. Miró earned international acclaim while staying connected to his family. His work has been interpreted as Surrealism, a sandbox for the subconscious mind, a re-creation of the childlike, and a manifestati…
 
Over the years, it seems that performances of classical music have steadily been getting faster. Why is this, and how does it affect the way we listen? Jacob and Hannah discuss this trend in classical music and the parallels in other genres, comparing recordings of the same piece that take different tempi. https://www.rollingstone.com/music/music-n…
 
Today we explore the phenomenon of re-listening to music. All of us listen to certain songs over and over, which can help us relax, fuel a workout, or provide a nice background to a party. But listening to music repeatedly can also be an attentive and meaningful process, something that Hannah and Jacob explore in this episode. www.attentiontodetail…
 
On this episode of our Musical Blind Tasting series, we focus on music of the Baroque era! Hannah chooses four excerpts for Jacob to listen to and discuss, and then he attempts to try to guess the correct composer. We hope you'll play along, and if you're interested in some helpful techniques for listening to Baroque music, check out our episode on…
 
To usher out the challenges of 2020 and ring in what we hope to be a healthier and happier year, we put together a musical listening guide! Our guide consists of four selections based on our reflections on 2020, and four selections highlighting our aspirations for 2021. We want to thank all of our listeners for joining us this year, and look forwar…
 
On today's episode, we attempt to bring the world of blind wine tasting to music! Like expert wine tasters, who can determine grape varieties, regions, vintages, and even specific wines just by tasting, Jacob and guests challenge each other to figure out the region, composer, and time period of little-known pieces of music, listening to short clips…
 
Dan Canobbio is the host of Inside Boxing Live on PlutoTV, CompuBox operator, and an on-air contributor for PBC on Fox. You can follow him on social media @DanCanobbio. -Review Aj vs. Pulev -Shakur Stevenson and Beralanga wins -Preview Canelo vs. Smith at 168 -GGG vs. Szeremeta for 160 title -Zurdo Ramirez returns in first fight w/o Top rank **Get …
 
Continuing with our explorations of what music actually is, we examine another key element of music: randomness. We discuss if music needs to be constructed from organized notes, tempos, rhythms, and/or repetitions, or if music is actually everywhere, from the traffic noises outside to the concert hall. www.attentiontodetailpod.com…
 
Dougie Fischer is boxing writer, commentator, and the current Editor-in-Chief of the RING Magazine -- a magazine that was first published in 1922. You can follow him on Twitter @DougieFischer and his publication @RingMagazine. -Review Errol Spence vs. Danny Garcia -Billy Joe Saunder vs. Martin Murray -Yarde vs. Arthur -Preview AJ vs. Pulev -Reactio…
 
This week the team review Joe Joyce's win over Daniel DuBois; the Mike Tyson-Roy Jones Jr. event; Danny Jacobs' split win over Gabe Rosado; a preview of Errol Spence vs Danny Garcia on FOX PPV; and much more. Follow the show on social (@TheLastRound12) and listen on podcast platforms: Podcast Platforms: https://audioboom.com/channels/4970525 Twitte…
 
Music is filled with silence. But is that silence actually part of the music? And more importantly, can silence itself be music? We tackle these (and other) interesting questions on this special episode, using John Cage's avant-garde piece 4'33", a silent piece of music, as our jumping off point. www.attentiontodetailpod.com…
 
Boxing manager/agent, Sam Jones, speaks on his client's, Joe Joyce's, upcoming fight with Daniel Dubois; the tension and situation between Terence Crawford & Top Rank; Conor Benn's recent win; Alen Babic; Jacobs vs. Rosado; Mike Tyson vs. Roy Jones Jr.; and his take on Canelo Alvarez vs. Callum Smith & much more. Follow the show on social (@TheLast…
 
This episode will introduce you to the Polish sculptor whose art explored the stress of political regimes, and war, on individuals. Her sculptures used human forms with crumpled and distressed surfaces to represent the effects of violence on human skin. Magdalena Abakanowicz would spend her entire life living in Warsaw during and after World War II…
 
-Review Terence Crawford's win over Kell Brook and what's next. Where do Brook and Crawford go from here. We dive into the situation that arose from the Franco-Moloney fight and discuss all things in the sport of boxing. Follow the show on social (@TheLastRound12) and listen on podcast platforms: Podcast Platforms: https://audioboom.com/channels/49…
 
We finish our series on era-specific listening tips by exploring the most challenging and diverse sub-genre of classical music, Modern/Contemporary music! Modern music often proves to be especially challenging for new listeners, and can be a big turn-off at classical concerts, but we are here to give you five tips that will help to better understan…
 
Head of the MTK Global Foundation, Spencer Fearon, jumps on The Last Round this week. -Canelo no longer w/ DAZN & GBP -Terence Crawford vs. Kell Brook preview -Povetkin's COVID test & Dillion Whyte -Deontay Wilder's recent comments about Fury loss -Devin Haney's win over Gamboa -135 division & landscape -& much more Follow the show on social (@TheL…
 
In this episode I will talk about the life and creative path of Austrian painter, Gustav Klimt. I will also talk about the story behind one of his most famous paintings, which can be found in the Neue Galerie New York. Music by, Craig Rollison. Email contact: eaa.handsonarthistory@gmail.com.By Kendra Krepinski
 
We're back to our instrument breakdown episodes, this time exploring two members of the low string family, the viola and cello! We're joined by Tanner Menees, violist and Ben Manis, cellist and conductor to discuss these two great instruments and how to listen to them. www.attentiontodetailpod.comBy Jacob Joyce
 
In celebration of Election Day, we're offering up a fun listening game to exercise your listening skills and get your civic engagement juices flowing! In this game, we're challenging you to listen to two different versions of the national anthem and try to hear the differences: Original: Link Here Stravinsky's Re-Harmonization: Link Here Happy list…
 
Associate editor of the RING Magazine, Tom Gray, jumps on The Last Round this week to react to the latest news and events in the sport of boxing. -Gervonta Davis stops Leo Santa Cruz on SHOWTIME -130 & 135 division landscape -Munguia over Johnson on DAZN -Usyk decisions Chisora -Inoue stops Moloney & much more. Follow the show on social (@TheLastRo…
 
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