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C. L. Thomas, an emerging composer, discusses the lessons life has taught and is currently teaching him as he strives for excellence. From musicianship to entrepreneurship and branding, this podcast will explore all the tools that lead him to success in his work. For more about the author, visit www.clthomasmusic.com
 
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.
 
We all love the music and sounds we hear on our favorite movies or shows, but often take them for granted. Twice a month, the industries top sound professionals, from Composers to Music Supervisors, go deep into the world of sound in media. Hosted by Jake Belnick.
 
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 ...
 
The podcast where MUSIC INSPIRES! 9XM brings you a podcast with amazing in-depth conversations with the most creative minds in the music industry. Every week, you get a glimpse into a musician’s discipline and creative process as host Eva Bhatt talks to them while exploring into their personas, bringing forth unique life experiences that are sure to inspire. We start this journey off with some of the biggest names in the Bollywood music industry. Guest Include- Armaan & Amaal Malik, Tanishk ...
 
Building a career in the music business is hard. When Life Hands You Lennons spotlights talent in the music business so they can share their expertise with you. Thus far into my career I’ve been able to build a strong network of connections and knowledge within the music business, including musicians, songwriters, publicists, label owners, business owners, distributors/aggregators, managers, and more.
 
Foundering is a new serialized podcast from the journalists at Bloomberg Technology. Each season, Foundering brings you inside a different high-stakes drama from Silicon Valley, where its companies are wielding unprecedented capital and power.
 
From composer to screen: the journey of the orchestral score. We all know that the composer writes the music for a soundtrack, but what about all the people we don't see or hear about? Making A Soundtrack Season 2 shines a light on all of the people who contribute their time, energy and skill to bring an orchestral soundtrack to life.
 
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 ...
 
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.
 
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.
 
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On today’s date in 1916, at the Teatro Real in Madrid, “Nights in the Gardens of Spain,” a new work by the Spanish composer, Manuel de Falla, received its first performance. The first night’s audience didn’t know quite what to make of it—was it a piano concerto or a tone poem? Whatever it was, they didn’t like it much, apparently, but there was at …
 
This month on the CMS podcast: We talk about taking breaks, getting back to basics, the controversies around software development (by way of Hollywood Orchestrator Opus Edition), a chat about hardware, sample servers, and what we’re all running, and of course, our picks! (Including a stolen one from Todd). Topics Taking a break from composing...…
 
Garry Schyman is the stunningly talented composer, conductor, and musician of video games and film. He has been nominated and won numerous awards for his video game scores, including "Soundtrack of the Year" for Bioshock. Currently, he is teaching Screen Scoring at one of the best music schools in the country, the USC Thornton School of Music while…
 
Maurice Ravel is one of France’s most enigmatic, original and beloved composers. While less prolific than some of his contemporaries, Ravel was a master of detail - his works are elegant and exquisitely crafted, and precision was a guiding force in both his creativity and personality. He is often linked with impressionism for his painterly approach…
 
Nile Rodgers – guitarist, producer, songwriter, arranger, and co-founder of Chic in the 1970s – is the subject of what claims to be the world’s first voice-interactive digital portrait, In the Room with Nile Rodgers, in association with the National Portrait Gallery. Nile Rodgers and the project's director, Sarah Coward, discuss and explain the amb…
 
James Sizemore is a New York based composer, orchestrator, and producer with notable credits in film and television. James' projects range from producing the score to the Oscar winning film Spotlight, orchestrating the Hobbit Trilogy, and contributing music to such films as A Dog's Purpose and Split. In addition to his film and television work, Jam…
 
"The Imposter Phenomenon or the Imposter Syndrome is a mental state where we constantly attribute our work to luck or some uncontrollable force and have an irrational fear of being seen as a fraud. Nearly all of the creators I know who are serious about their craft experience this to some degree. Some only have thoughts, but many have thoughts that…
 
From big ideas to tiny details, join us this week on the Composer's Studio as we embark on a thought provoking discussion about music, life and how harmony relates to the corner of a room. From rock guitar to pencil and manuscript, from the Aaron Copland School of Music to City University of New York, Edward Smaldone does everything with passion an…
 
Håkan Hardenberger has not only had an illustrious career as a trumpet soloist, he's also re-defined the role of the trumpet as an important solo instrument. Throughout his career, he's been responsible for the commissioning of major contemporary composers, which has had a profound effect on not only our generation, but future generations as well. …
 
Peggy Seeger has just released her latest album, The First Farewell, at the age of 85. She tells us about the pleasures of working on it with her family, her worries about the post-Covid music scene, getting older - and getting younger.Liverpool is about to take part in a pilot scheme testing live events. There will be an open-air film screening, a…
 
On today’s date in 1935, the Kolisch Quartet gave the premiere performance of Bela Bartok’s String Quartet No. 5 in the auditorium of the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C. That performance was part of a chamber music festival sponsored by Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge, one of the 20th century’s great musical patrons. In 1925, she created a Found…
 
Rebecca Ann Heineman continues her incredible stories of the founding and rise of Interplay Productions. Her developing the first female character and pronoun system in RPG games showcased first in Bard's Tale 3: Thief of Fate. Developing, creating, porting, and debugging hundreds of games throughout the course of leaving Interplay Productions to f…
 
Katherine Parkinson is best known as an actress – she won a BAFTA playing Jen in The IT Crowd and warm praise for her performance on stage in Laura Wade’s play Home, I’m Darling. But she has also written a play, Sitting, an interwoven set of three monologues first performed at the Edinburgh Festival and now on BBC4 as part of BBC Lights Up. It is i…
 
We welcome oboist and composer extraordinaire, Elizabeth Raum to The Band Room! We spoke about her musical beginnings, playing in the Atlantic and Regina Symphonies, how she came back to composition, facing criticism early in her compositional career and much more. This month we feature Elizabeth Raum's, Suite from Carmen, the passion for wind octe…
 
On today’s date in 1805, Ludwig van Beethoven conducted the first public performance of his Symphony No. 3, subtitled the “Eroica” at the Theater an der Wien in Vienna. It was a symphony bolder, louder, and twice as long as any Mozart or Haydn ever wrote and must have been a real challenge for the musicians and audiences of Beethoven’s day. Prior t…
 
Rebecca Ann Heineman USA's first video game champion at 16 years old in 1980 playing Space Invaders. She has worked on over 250 games, helming the development of critically acclaimed titles like The Bard’s Tale 3: Thief of Fate and Dragon Wars. She co-founded Interplay Entertainment in 1983 and shares with us the play by play of the historical mome…
 
Riz Ahmed stars in Sound of Metal as a rock drummer who loses his hearing. The actor and rapper discusses learning American sign language, working with culturally Deaf actors as well as learning about addiction for his Oscar nominated performance.So far, 2021 has seen a large number of novels with a climate change theme being published. Toby Lichti…
 
In 1920, a French publisher commissioned several works in memory of Claude Debussy, who had died two years earlier. Maurice Ravel’s contribution was a single-movement piece for violin and cello.Ravel then expanded this music into a 4-movement sonata he titled “Duo”–perhaps thinking of the “Duo” for the same instruments by Zoltán Kodály. And if Rave…
 
A year ago, the writer, poet and broadcaster Michael Rosen was rushed to hospital with Covid. Put into an induced coma in intensive care for 48 days, he underwent weeks of convalescence as he learned to walk again.Following his recovery he wrote a new book, Many Different Kinds of Love: A Story of Life, Death and the NHS, featuring letters written …
 
On today’s date in 1946, composer Lou Harrison conducted the premiere performance of an orchestral work written some 45 years earlier. It was the Third Symphony of Charles Ives, composed between 1901 and 1904.Early in 1911, Ives had sent the score for his symphony for consideration to the major New York orchestras of his day, Walter Damrosch’s New …
 
Well here we are again complete with a brand new Podcast poster design, and more new original Musical Compositions.Man things are looking more grim at the moment what with another Provincial lockdown for 38 days.Plus people just seem to be getting even more crazier.Theres only one thing for me to do during these unsettling times and thats to do wha…
 
This week host June Thomas talks to the activist photographer Joan E. Biren, also known as JEB. In the interview, JEB discusses the creation, funding, and printing of her 1979 photobook Eye to Eye: Portraits of Lesbians, which was recently reissued by Anthology Editions. She also talks about the enduring legacy of the book and what it meant for les…
 
On today’s date in 1977, the Third Symphony of the Polish composer Henryk Gorecki was performed for the first time in Royan, France, by the Southwest German Radio Orchestra.Gorecki’s Symphony has a subtitle—“Symphony of Sorrowful Songs”—and sets three texts set for solo soprano voice: a 15th century Lamentation from a Polish monastery; a prayer ins…
 
The composer of this tune, the "Dance of the Cuckoos,” was born on this date in 1905. Thomas Marvin Hatley worked for the Hal Roach film studio that produced the famous Laurel and Hardy comedies. Hatley wrote memorable music for those films. His “Cuckoo” theme was originally used as a time cue for a radio station located on the Hal Roach studio lot…
 
In the Bonus Room, I had to (of course) ask Roger about eating and some of his favorite cuisine! Roger has also been around some of the greatest performers of our time, including when he realized that Pavarotti stole his warm up (sort of). We end with a story of a concert he and I did at a beautiful castle in the mountains in Italy, and how someone…
 
Tonight's Font Row is a blue odyssey led by John Wilson as he talks to:Dr Narayan Khandekar, Director of the Forbes Pigment Collection and one of the first people in the world to recognise the significance of the accidental creation of new pigment, YInMn Blue;Artist Idris Khan is known for the use of blue in his work. He accepted Front Row's invita…
 
In this podcast: 1. Ernst Stolz, 2. Dufay Collective, 3. Les Filles de Sainte Colombe, 4. Gilles Zimmermann, 5. Alex McCartney, 6. Mediva, 7. Alex McCartney, 8. Bach Collegium San Diego, 9. Poeticall Musicke, 10. Poeticall Musicke, 11. Dufay Collective, 12. Ensemble Carpe Diem, 13. Poeticall MusickeBy Magnatune
 
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An invitation-only audience attended an historic Bruckner concert in Munich on today’s date in 1932. On the first half of the program, Siegmund von Hausegger conducted Bruckner’s Ninth Symphony, using the posthumous edition prepared by Bruckner’s pupil, Ferdinand Löwe, which contained many edits and alterations. For the second half, Bruckner’s Nint…
 
Minari tells the story of a Korean family who move to a farm in Arkansas in pursuit of the American Dream. The film’s director, Lee Isaac Chung, explains how his own family story inspired events in the film, and the impact Awards nominations have on his career as a director.Pianist and musicologist Samantha Ege has launched an album of piano music …
 
TikTok emerged as the defining app of a generation: a cultural tastemaker, a musical hitmaker and a launchpad for a new breed of celebrity. But as the app reached over 2 billion downloads, TikTok became a victim of its own success, attracting sharp scrutiny from the world’s two most powerful countries. In this season of Foundering, Bloomberg Techno…
 
The prolific British composer Havergal Brian wrote 32 symphonies. His last was completed in 1968 when he was 92. Just before completing his Symphony No. 32, perhaps as insurance in case he died before finishing it, Brian wrote a shorter work as kind of coda or capstone to his output. He gave it a Latin title, “Ave atque Vale” – “hail and farewell” …
 
From 'Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar' to 'Khamoshi: The Musical', 'DDLJ' to 'Kuch Kuch Hota Hai', music composer duo Jatin – Lalit have given us songs that have not only defined the personality of Bollywood songs of 90s – 2000s, but will continue to appeal to every generation. The creator of superhit melodies, Jatin Pandit is on this episode, to talk about…
 
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