Best Accordion podcasts we could find (Updated January 2019)
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Join us in this series of podcasts to learn more about the London Accordion Orchestra.
 
Alfred Matthew "Weird Al" Yankovic is an American singer-songwriter, record producer, satirist, film producer, and author. He is known for his humorous songs that make light of popular culture and often parody specific songs by contemporary musical acts, original songs that are style pastiches of the work of other acts, and polka medleys of several popular songs, featuring his favored instrument, the accordion.Since his first-aired comedy song in 1976, he has sold more than 12 million albums ...
 
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Wreckastow
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Miscellany of stuff mostly re masters of josh phillips - the collection (1989-98) available in the original form from www.thenameisbond.co.uk
 
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The Naxos Blog
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Updates from the world’s leading classical music label
 
Radio Drama at its best every Sunday evening.
 
With composers from nearly every country in the world creating music in diverse styles, there has simply never been a more exciting time for classical music. Relevant Tones creator and host Seth Boustead dives into this treasure trove of music accompanied by first-person interview, In the Field segments that him to festivals and concert halls around the world, with stellar performances by talented ensembles and soloists.
 
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Strangerville
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Stories from strangers across the world.
 
Big gigs, great guests and loads more - The Dave Berry Breakfast Show on Absolute Radio, weekdays from 6am.
 
Naxos Classical Spotlight explores the world of classical music. Along the way host Raymond Bisha shares the stories about the music, and the musicians who make it.
 
This is the OverClocked PodCast, a weekly dose of video game music news and conversation from OCReMix.org! It's a one stop supersonic shop for everything you might have missed in and out of the community: recent ReMixes, current goings-on, artist interviews, you name it. We love video game music, and you probably do too-- so join in!
 
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Underscore
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Underscore taps into an exciting space where the concert hall meets its boldest outer reaches. Our goal is to connect with curious listeners by presenting the works of modern composers and musicians blurring the lines between classical, electronic, ambient and beyond. Through podcasts, curated playlists and original content, we’ll discover a new soundtrack to our daily paces.
 
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We've got a Sinclair C5-inspired song, some strange things to make you cry and we were inspired by a lady seen sipping wine from a Pringles can.
 
In this episode I’ll be looking back at the concert we played at the Union Chapel with clips from the orchestra, one of the solo pieces and our special guest, singer Dillie Keane. www.londonao.co.uk
 
An ode to the fallen tarpaulin, we heard about a late night shoulder dislocation and we raised the stakes in the Sinclair C5 Race.
 
This time in Strangerville, Meg Walter joins us via phone to tell us about how a baby pooped inside of her and then ate it. Seriously. Also, we revisit an era when family television programs actually taught valuable life lessons. Story: 3. [Repeat] Refrigerator Death, by Eli McCann, contributions by Jennifer Friess, DeAnne Hale, and several oth ...…
 
Much like the novel, people are always pronouncing the symphony to be a dead form. And yet, composers continue to write symphonies at an incredible pace. We’ll feature music by composers around the world who are adding to the symphonic canon. The post Modern Symphony appeared first on 98.7WFMT.
 
The team question Dave's fashion choices, Matt Dyson gives us a taste of his musical theatre past and Producer Claire gets won't forget her last breakfast show shift in a hurry.
 
#ACCIDENTALLEMONADE - When you take a drink of something thinking it's one thing, but in fact it's something else. Plus, developments in Dave's dream to ride a Sinclair C5.
 
Emma Jones does it the Richie Firth Way, we tackle the shoe-tying debate and the team talk vacuum cleaners.
 
The listeners try to get into the wonderful mind of Matt Dyson, Glenn Moore conducts the world's worst quiz and Tom Cruise features, very heavily.
 
We are back! And as you can tell from the first podcast title of 2019, we haven't changed a bit!
 
Ground breakers, virtuosos, and commissioners of many of the world’s twentieth and twenty-first century string quartet masterpieces, the influence of the Kronos Quartet cannot be underestimated. We’ll feature a sampling of their luminous output over the years. The post Kronos Quartet appeared first on 98.7WFMT.…
 
Franz Liszt was one of music history’s first superstars, whose stunning technique and charismatic stage presence facilitated his development of the solo piano concert format. This release puts his 12 Transcendental Studies centre stage, where they share the spotlight with award-winning pianist Boris Giltburg, an emerging superstar in his own ri ...…
 
Franz Liszt was one of music history’s first superstars, whose stunning technique and charismatic stage presence facilitated his development of the solo piano concert format. This release puts his 12 Transcendental Studies centre stage, where they share the spotlight with award-winning pianist Boris Giltburg, an emerging superstar in his own ri ...…
 
Featuring writer /comedians Sharon Mannion and Sue Collins
 
Old is new again as composers and performers return to the LP format for their latest releases. We’re dusting off our record player to feature a variety of new music released on vinyl including works by Bryce Dessner and Frank Zappa; performances by Brooklyn Rider, Yarn/Wire, and Kronos Quartet. The post Contemporary Vinyl appeared first on 98. ...…
 
Jeremiah Moss’ book, Vanishing New York inspired this program featuring the music of New York City composers who were an important staple of the ’70’s and ’80’s scene but were taken too soon. We’re honoring Julius Eastman, Arthur Russell, Ben Weber, and Tui St. German Tucker by representing their works and stories. The post Vanishing New York a ...…
 
Romuald Twardowski was born in Lithuania in 1930. He pursued post-graduate studies in Poland before becoming a student of Nadia Boulanger in Paris. The works on this new release, for violin and orchestra, cover a fascinating spectrum of styles. From his Spanish Fantasy, to music written for young performers (not that you’d guess it from the imp ...…
 
Romuald Twardowski was born in Lithuania in 1930. He pursued post-graduate studies in Poland before becoming a student of Nadia Boulanger in Paris. The works on this new release, for violin and orchestra, cover a fascinating spectrum of styles. From his Spanish Fantasy, to music written for young performers (not that you’d guess it from the Rea ...…
 
We've loved getting to know you this year, thanks for all your messages, see you in 2019! Merry Christmas from the Dave Berry Breakfast Show!
 
We reminisce about the humble remote control, Matt describes lingerie in slow motion... and Dave takes measures to protect the identity of listeners...
 
Dave tested just how festive the nation really is, with awkward results, and his baby daughter gave him a little scare yesterday!
 
Find out how Dave saved Christmas for Listener Emma and her 5 year old son who had lost his favourite stuffed toy. Also, who is living in fear this festive period?
 
Stupid things you did when you were younger, sprouts are getting smaller and Chester the pug who ate all the Reece's Pieces.
 
This time in Strangerville, Meg and Eli are snobs and Meg might be faking her own pregnancy. Also, a girl with sensory processing disorder explains how she caused her mom to have a twitch. Story Food Coloring, by Lilli and Laurel Production by Eli McCann and INCREDIBLY Preg Walter http://traffic.libsyn.com/strangerville/Episode_64_Food_Coloring ...…
 
Based on the Bhagavad Gita, a Sanskrit text that delves into the discussion between the divine Krishna and earthbound Arjuna, Douglas Cuomo’s Arjuna’s Dilemma draws from both Indian and western musical traditions to create a compelling musical drama. Cuomo joins Seth Boustead in the studio to talk about his composition. The post Douglas Cuomo’s ...…
 
Continuing a season of plays by women writers entitled ‘100 Years of Suffrage’, marking this year’s centenary of women’s attainment of the vote in Ireland. that was Hecuba written by Marina Carr
 
WHAMAGEDDON CONTROVERSY. Dave may have to survive a vote of no confidence having implemented a new Whamageddon rule thats divided a nation...
 
'Matt Dyson's Village To Village Road Trip With The Village People', 'Pith On Your Verucas Thanks For Your Advice Emma' and 'A Letter Of Complaint To Roland Rat'. We weren't short of good podcast names after today's show.
 
Last week Dave left us just a boy and he's returned a Daddy! Among those to congratulate him are Linda Lusardi and Lee MacDonald.
 
two worlds collide when a feminist podcast explores our Georgian past.
 
In this week’s episode we hear from Playwright Marina Carr and actors Derbhle Crotty & Declan Conlon speaking about their work on Marina's play Hecuba.
 
This time in Strangerville, Meg conducts her personal business on our time. And Eli reviews truly the worst music you will ever hear in your life. No apologies. Segment Utah’s Great Musicians, by Eli McCann http://traffic.libsyn.com/strangerville/Episode_63_Utahs_Great_Musicians_2.mp3
 
Bach’s Goldberg Variations is thought to be one of the most important examples of the compositional technique that repeats material in an altered form. Over the years composers have used this style to create modern versions. The post Still Goldberg after All These Years appeared first on 98.7WFMT.…
 
Guitar Gala Night comprises performances by the Amadeus Guitar Duo and the Duo Gruber & Maklar in a programme that’s a veritable variety show, combining original compositions with arrangements for one, two and four guitars. Ranging from the abstract to the descriptive, the earliest piece (1612) represents dance music by Michael Praetorius, whil ...…
 
Guitar Gala Night comprises performances by the Amadeus Guitar Duo and the Duo Gruber & Maklar in a programme that’s a veritable variety show, combining original compositions with arrangements for one, two and four guitars. Ranging from the abstract to the descriptive, the earliest piece (1612) represents dance music by Michael Praetorius, whil ...…
 
Glenn gets too much praise for Emma's liking, some advice for Matt moving house this weekend and THE Santa Claus pops by...
 
Jason Manford stops by to give his advice on Whamageddon, things people have shouted at you and some top notch Johnny Borrell chat.
 
Matt cracks out the joke of his life, while 'You say Momoa, I say Momosa' and Producer Mike prove Ben is all at sea with names today.
 
Matt tests Dave's desk-driving skills live on-air, giving Dave a genuine scare, and listener Nick lets it go about something so niche but something that everyone can relate to.
 
Producer Mark may have forgotten to write down the possible names for today's podcast, but what a corker of a show. Matt reminisced about traditional advent calendars, someone was targeted by a drive-by Last Christmas and Aquaman & Game of Thrones star Jason Momoa chatted to dave!
 
This time in Strangerville, Meg has a meltdown about pregnancy. And a young woman gets more than she bargained for while meeting a new boyfriend’s family for the first time. Story Hairbrush, by Jessie Thurston Production by Eli McCann & Preg Walter http://traffic.libsyn.com/strangerville/Episode_62_Hairbrush_3.mp3…
 
Rolling Stone declared Nels Cline as one of the 20 “new guitar gods” and one of the top 100 guitarists of all time. He may be best known as the guitarist of rock band Wilco, but he’s also a talented composer. Seth Boustead and Cline discuss his compositional and improvisational style, making the bridge to classical, and his album Lovers. The po ...…
 
Raymond Bisha introduces us to the flip-side of Rossini the opera composer, who spent the last 40 years of his life in operatic retirement, instead composing some 200 vocal and solo piano pieces (his Sins of Old Age) whilst also indulging in the pleasantries of life as a gourmand and amateur chef. The final release in Naxos’ 11-volume edition o ...…
 
Starring Dawn Bradfield and Aaron Monaghan
 
Raymond Bisha introduces us to the flip-side of Rossini the opera composer, who spent the last 40 years of his life in operatic retirement, instead composing some 200 vocal and solo piano pieces (his Sins of Old Age) whilst also indulging in the pleasantries of life as a gourmand and amateur chef. The final release Read More ...…
 
Dave and the team relive an incredible night partying with the Staines NHS Ambulance Service. They also chat about the weirdist thing you've ever won and Matt's Under 10 Table Tennis career, fit with Dove, completely outshines Dave's BAFTA nomination
 
Head and Shoulders abover the rest! Dave's beat boxing and bumping into Simon Le Bon and the team are asking the question, What used to be a 'thing'? We also hear from another Tradesperson to the Stars.
 
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