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The EABB Podcast focuses on providing information about past and current Early American (19th-century) brass bands through interviews, lectures, and musical recordings. Each episode will have a topic (specific bands, bandleaders, instruments, composers, etc..) or guest (historian, bandleader, active musician) that the participants will talk about. The participants can be any combination of host, co-host, and guest. The goal of the podcast is to connect and share the early American brass band ...
 
Duncan has become bored in his time as a ceremonial duelist for hire. When a charming sorceress employs him for his renown swordsmanship he quickly finds he may have forgotten more of his knightly training than he'd realized. He will aim to redeem himself and rediscover the skill that once earned his great reputation - If his luck lasts that long. It may already be too late as he has become bound to a mysterious relic that may seal his fate forever, The Hand of Brass. Keep up to date with us ...
 
Brass Band Online radio show Great News for Brass Band players, supporters, & people that love the sound of a Brass Band! I present a Radio show "Sounds Of Brass" I promote Local Brass Bands and of course bands from across the world! Plus News & Events , CD's etc etc Get in touch with all your info! and of course spread the word!
 
"What are your plans after graduation?" "What kind of work can you apply for with a Music Degree?" "You Play a What?" These might be some infuriating and intimidating questions for any aspiring musician. If you are looking for some relief, join Vincent every Wednesday, as he finds out from his guest their inspiring stories, grit, graft and all that it takes for them to succeed in the music industry.
 
Childhood friends since the 6th grade, now Zachary and Okeeba's 'grown man' approach to humorously speaking the truth as husbands and fathers is a breath of fresh air. ​ In this land of Peter Pans and TinkerBells the general public is too concerned with hearing the 'right' thing and not the honest thing. Healthy relationships and marriages require honesty and transparency. ​ Tune in weekly as these two discuss topics for growth & grown folks.
 
Deb Placey provides a unique look at the people who own, build, cover and manage our favorite teams by engaging in candid interviews with National Hockey League executives, including general managers, owners and notable brass from League partners. How they got into the game, why they pursued their career, how they see the future of the sport evolving and much more.
 
Founded by Jerry Gardner in 1971, the Metropolitan Wind Symphony comprises over 70 talented woodwind, brass, and percussion instrumentalists who audition for membership and seating. It makes a significant contribution to the cultural life of the Greater Boston community by providing its audiences with high quality concerts and its members with opportunities for musical growth.
 
Celebrity memoirs aren’t like normal books—they’re fun! Join comedians Steven Phillips-Horst (@gossipbabies) & Lily Marotta (@lilyblueyez) as they rifle through the diaries of drug-addled starlets, oddly obsessive restaurateurs, brass-knuckled female realtors, and boring gay politicians’ even more boring gay husbands, finding fertile ground for searing cultural insights and juicy gossip. Martinis not included.
 
Inside Infrastructure is a podcast co-hosted by two professional infrastructure nerds – Adrian Dwyer, CEO of Infrastructure Partnerships Australia and Janice Lee. Each episode, Adrian and Janice speak with a prominent identity shaping the future of Australian infrastructure – from CEOs of top ASX listed companies to Australia’s top political and bureaucratic brass. Together they explore the ins and outs of infrastructure policy and the people behind it.
 
Writers Peter Baynham (Borat, I’m Alan Partridge, Brass Eye, The Day Today, Arthur Christmas) and Jeremy (Jez) Simmonds (Number One in Heaven, Never Mind the Buzzcocks, Up Late, Crash!) discuss world events, TV shows, movies, music, books and products that they remember very clearly, even if you don’t. All this whilst caring for deceased Archbishop of Canterbury Robert Runcie and unwillingly broadcasting John ‘Throat’ Church’s autobiography The Architecture of Bacon. Please try to understand ...
 
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I denne EXTRA-episoden deler vi av våre umiddelbare reaksjoner etter å ha sett Nintendo Direct, og det som for mange nok ble høydepunktet fra årets E3 - oss Bråss inkludert. Endelig fikk vi en ny trailer til Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2, og endelig kommer det et nytt Metroid-spill. Kazuya fra Tekken til Smash Bros. Ultimate blir bare råkult! Mario P…
 
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Michael joins the podcast to talk about working with Anthony Plog, Sam Pilafian, the roots of trumpet pedagogy, and much more! You can find show notes including links to everything mentioned in this episode on the Pedal Note Media website: http://www.pedalnotemedia.com/the-brass-junkies-podcast/ For instant access to the complete back catalog of ex…
 
GOOOOOOOD MORNING CHUDS!! The sun is shining, some of you are enjoying your Bank Holiday, Andy is chock-full of vaccine number two, and we are back with MINISODE 154! Andy concludes his Nature Gone Wild side quest with new release GREAT WHITE, and we have some news on where our side quests will take us next, courtesy of some excellent CHUD feedback…
 
Cheyenne Brady knew next to nothing about the US census when she was given the job of counting everyone on her reservation. Writer Julian Brave Noisecat follows her through the ups and downs of the 2020 census, culminating in the first-ever Census Powwow. This story features descriptions of genocide and historical trauma, sensitive listeners please…
 
In this edition of Black's History Week, Professor Jeremy Black, author of Avoiding Armageddon: From the Great War to the Fall of France 1918-40, talks to The Critic's political editor, Graham Stewart, about the state and preparedness of Britain's armed forces in the lead-up to the Second World War. Don’t forget to subscribe to the podcast on Spoti…
 
Nick and Sebastian talk to Ko-ichiro Yamamoto, principal trombonist of the Seattle Symphony about his path from Japan to the United States, the importance of talking to people when times are hard and a very important proposal from Sebastian. Hosted by Sebastian Vera - @js.vera (instagram) and Nick Schwartz - @basstrombone444 (instagram) Produced an…
 
This week on YPAW, I am joined by Jazz songstress, Dawn Wong. Dawn is no stranger to the spotlight, appearing on prime-time television as a participant of Project Superstar 2. Since then she was continued to take her career on an upward trajectory, receiving the Music Scholarship offered by the Jazz Association (Singapore) and graduating top of cla…
 
Peter speaks movingly of his two young daughters’ trauma after being left alone overnight thanks to supposedly ‘caring’ U2 singer Bono’s failure to babysit. Jez unveils a device for assessing podcast audience size by tracking heat sources – an innovation that seems to include animals, radiators and pans of soup in its demographic. Plus an exclusive…
 
David Kuehn has had a varied and rich career in music. He began his career as a tubist and teacher and then moved into administrative duties. Beginning as Assistant to the Dean/Assistant Dean at the University of North Texas, he then became Chairman of the Department of Music at California State University-Long Beach (CSULB), followed by the positi…
 
A nosy trombonist (Melissa Brown) chats to fellow brass professionals about their careers, how they got there, and what music they'd happily put in the bin. In this episode trumpet player Carrie Schafer tells us about being a strong player at a young age, how she came to have her current mixed career, and about her addiction recovery community unde…
 
In this edition of Black's History Week, what sort of war was Britain's armed forces equipped to fight in 1914 and how successfully did they adapt to the reality of the first world war? Professor Jeremy Black, whose books include The World at War 1914-1945 and The Great War and the Making of the Modern World, talks to The Critic's deputy editor, Gr…
 
In May 1991, a bank robber walked into a bank in Irving, Texas, and without speaking handed the teller a note that read, “This is a bank robbery. Give me your money. No marked bills or dye packs.” Witnesses reported that the robber was wearing a cowboy hat and a brown leather jacket. And then it happened again. And again. But when FBI agents finall…
 
Mikeal got to sit down recently with photographer, videographer, musician, and local 262 legend, Rene Amado. They sit down and talk about art, life, traveling, and so much more. Tune in and drop out. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kidscast/su…
 
The saga continues! Follow us on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook @thehandofbrass Support us on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/thehandofbrass Credits: Jacob Lesiuk Berkeley Pickell Kas Nixon Joel Taylor Alexander Ariate Susan Serrao Music: Ty Wright Composer Nicolas Jeudy Special Thanks to all of our Kickstarter backers and Patreon Patrons! Witho…
 
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Actress and host of the sizzling Red Scare podcast Dasha Nekrasova joins us for PR ice queen Kelly Cutrone’s 2010 memoir “If You Have to Cry, Go Outside: And Other Things Your Mother Never Told You.” From the halcyon days of Steve Madden’s New York, to charming the pants off iPad door girls, and finding God in a live/work spa…
 
A guest fighting loneliness in the elderly behaves appallingly, Peter takes a pill that renders dog-walking a thing of the past, and Jez reminisces about David Bowie’s early nineties range of microwaveable frozen meals. Meanwhile, resentment grows at having to include excerpts from John ‘Throat’ Church’s autobiography The Architecture of Bacon... F…
 
Adrian and our new co-host Janice sit down with Cross River Rail Delivery Authority CEO Graeme Newton to talk about the lessons from the 2011 Queensland flood in managing the COVID-19 pandemic, the challenges of building Brisbane's new underground beneath the Brisbane River and CBD, and what's required to make Queensland's 2032 Olympic Bid a succes…
 
In Part 2, Mark and I discuss differing views of interpretation, specifically with the Hindemith Sonata for Trumpet and Piano. The question is always this: How faithful should the performer be to the exact text of the music? Mark, of course, has some very definite ideas! We also talk about his time with the Metropolitan Opera, and end this part of …
 
Gooood morning! It's Monday, we're back with MINISODE 155, and Andy and Mitch are in the same room!!!! That's right, Tier 3 is in Glasgow's rearview (for now?) so we've caught up with the rest of the UK for an in person recording! Lots to discuss as Andy and Mitch simultaneously dig into Shudder original CAVEAT and this week's INSIDE NO 9, while An…
 
What's it like to play second fiddle in an orchestra? Or to sit beside the first horn or trumpet as they garner the limelight with their flashy solos and are stood up for a bow by the conductor at the end of the concert? Are orchestral seconds a tribe of self-effacing, embittered Eeyore-ish wannabees, or does it involve a set of skills and a person…
 
Happy Friday, CHUDs! Another week is at an end, so why not coast on into your weekend with EPISODE 152! This week we welcome back the man responsible for one of our best-loved episodes on GREMLINS 2, and the writer and director of Arrow Video's A GHOST WAITS, ADAM STOVALL! That's right, our last in-person guest (15 months ago?!) return from a safe …
 
An Israeli soldier’s decision to speak out against his own violent actions comes back to haunt him. And a little girl in Brooklyn devotes herself to becoming a nun… or does she? STORIES Crimes, Lies, and Videotape When Dean Issacharoff was a commander in the Israeli Defense Forces, he patrolled the Palestinian city of Hebron, and later fought in Ga…
 
In this edition of Black's History Week, Professor Jeremy Black, whose books include Naval Warfare: A Global History since 1860 and Combined Operations, talks toThe Critic's deputy editor, Graham Stewart, about the reach and organisation of Britain's armed forces in protecting and expanding the British empire and expeditionary campaigns around the …
 
What is beauty, really? The gals are joined by fellow comedian, wellness maven & host of the groundbreaking POOG podcast, Jacqueline Novak, to discuss Hollywood siren Elizabeth Taylor’s outrageous 1987 memoir-cum-diet book “Elizabeth Takes Off.” From snacking on scooped salmon in grapefruit peel bowls as a senator’s wife, to downing chocolate marti…
 
It's been almost a year since friends and family have been able to visit their loved ones in prison, due to the pandemic. Letters to the inside are always a lifeline. This year, more than ever. Today, from Uncuffed, we hear from Adamu Chan, who was recently released from San Quentin State Prison, while his friend Edmond Richardson, is still on the …
 
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