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Composers Datebook

American Public Media

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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.
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A weekly podcast dedicated to all things production and library music where we talk about industry topics and take deep dives into the different aspects of being a working production music composer.
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Composer Chats

Jason K. Nitsch

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Composer Chat is a podcast where we talk a little bit about music, a little bit about life, and a whole lot about whatever we feel like at the moment! Each episode I am joined by a special guest composer and we will chat about their pathway towards success in their musical career!
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Welcome to "comPOSERS The Movie Score Podcast", where three old musician friends of dubious talent enjoy some movie-themed drinks while discussing film scores and the films they're in. Our goal is to find the perfect movie score, and our journey takes us some really weird places. Join us on this bizarre musical trek to...somewhere? Follow us on the socials @composerspod, then sit back, pour yourself an adult beverage and enjoy some comPOSING. NEW EPISODES EVERY SUNDAY!
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MUSICWOMAN with host Diva Joan Cartwright (Diva JC), features women who compose and perform their own music and men who support them. Music, the sound of the spheres, begins in the womb! ~ Diva JC Call in on (563) 999-3046, hit #1 to talk to the host. http://wijsf.org
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Chatting with musicians, composers and producers across all genres, from jazz to classical, from folk to rock and everything in between. This all started with a Quincy Jones quote I came across by chance during the Covid-19 pandemic lockdown: “Imagine what a harmonious world it could be if every single person, both young and old, shared a little of what he is good at doing." I'm so pleased to have interviewed - and will continue to interview - so many great musicians from around the world.
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Diving into the day-to-day details of a composer: what they do, how they do it, and why. Nadia, the host, is a composer and a graduate from Berklee College of Music with a Bachelor's Degree in Film Scoring. She shares her personal experiences, tips, and interviews other composers to give you an insider's view on composing professionally. Website: https://www.nadiamair.com/the-composers-life Email: nadiammair@gmail.com
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STORYOPHONIC

Lindsay Tomasic & Dan Kimpel

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Storyophonic is a Music Industry podcast featuring conversations with leading-edge pros to inform, entertain, inspire and guide you to greater success – wherever you are in your career. Topics range from songwriting to recording to royalties and everywhere in between. Join us each week for tips and tales from deep inside the music industry! Our podcast host is Dan Kimpel. Each episode is produced and edited by Lindsay Tomasic of Datolite Music Ltd.
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Compos Mentis

Compos Mentis Podcast

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Welcome to Compos Mentis, a community dedicated to exploring life after military service with a focus on mental health during and post-service. Here, we delve into the transition process, uncovering lesser-known benefits and guiding you on how to access and utilize them effectively. Our platform also features personal narratives and insights on various topics, all of which are available for listening on our podcast. As you join our channel, remember to select a role to fully engage in our di ...
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Composed

Chase Bernstein

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Comedian Chase Bernstein tackles the minutiae of everyday life in a stream of consciousness filled with humor, observation and a splash of rage. While we love to think life is defined by the big events, ultimately it's the trips to CVS, Trader Joe's, and the special yet forgotten interactions in between that comprise our days. Chase is here to celebrate the subtleties through a genuine and hilarious lens. As one listener put it, "What's the show about? Nothing. Everything. Wow." While anothe ...
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This Podcast features Music Compositions from Multi-Instrumentalist Serious Nubian as well as shout-outs to various listeners world wide, Answer questions from e-mails from listeners about Music in general, read out e-mails from various listeners, answer questions about other Musicians, Equipment,Latest Music projects.
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The Classical Music Minute

Steven Hobé, Composer & Host

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Ever wonder who were the Florentine Camerata? Where did the conductor’s baton come from? Or the difference between Opera Buffa and Opera Seria? These little nuggets of classical music trivia are what this podcast is all about. Come hop around music history with me, Steven Hobé, as we take a minute to get the scoop!
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Right on Cue

Clint Worthington

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Film and TV critic Clint Worthington (Consequence, RogerEbert.com, The Spool) talks to a new composer every episode about the origins, challenges, and joys of their latest musical scores.
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Inside MusiCast

Rick Such and Eddy Cabello

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Inside MusiCast provides in-depth interviews with amazing musicians, producers, session players, and front-line artists. We dedicate our podcast to those who go “beyond the liner notes”. Now, you’re inside the music scene.
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This classical music podcast explores the history and lives of some of western classical music's most famous composers and musicians. Classical music is filled with very colorful personalities and riddled with drama of all kinds, from political intrigue to failed romances and everything in between. Through the course of the show, we will discuss composers and musicians from the distant past all the way to the present, beginning with the greatest, JS Bach. -Please rate, review, and subscribe ...
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Spit 2 Da Beat Podcast

Stacey Be Unstoppable Puryear

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"Spit 2 Da Beat Podcast is dedicated to celebrating the power of music, entertainment, and the performing arts. We are committed to bringing informative interviews of insights about the industry, offering behind-the-scenes perspectives, and sharing valuable knowledge that educates and empowers our audience.”.
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Anthony Plog on Music

Anthony Plog (host), Eddie Ludema (Producer)

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Conversations with performers, composers, and entrepreneurs. Join Tony and some of the world’s great musicians in interviews that are fascinating, illuminating, and funny (well, most of the time).
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From The Music Store

Jeremy Waterview, Jason Waterview

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A unique look at the music industry and the interesting people who are creating out front AND behind the scenes. Hosted by two guys from Waterview Music a New Jersey guitar store who have been around some. Find new episodes on terrestrial radio at 91.9 WBNJ on Sundays at 6pm.
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Composers Roundtable

Composers Roundtable

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A podcast for Composers, Songwriters, Orchestrators, Songmakers, and Music Producers. We talk about composers' life, DAWs, plugins, virtual instruments, and much more. We also invite interesting guests.
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Welcome to The John Daversa Podcast, your go-to resource for exploring the magical interplay of life, music, and everything in between. Join us as we deep dive into thought-provoking conversations, seeking motivation, sharing practical advice, and immersing ourselves in moments of genuine inspiration with our musical heroes. Through each episode, we strive to nourish your mind, ignite your passion, and elevate your spirits. Don't miss out on the latest episodes - be sure to hit the subscribe ...
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A musical journey through MMO soundscapes, Battle Bards reviews and discusses the soundtrack of MMORPGs with a trio of engaging hosts. The world's first and only MMO music podcast.
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Songcraft is a bi-weekly podcast that brings you in-depth conversations with and about the creators of lyrics and music that stand the test of time. You probably know their names, and you definitely know their songs. We bring you their stories.
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Keith Mills, founder of the Finish More Music system, reveals the creative strategies and mindsets he teaches to thousands of music producers so you can write more and better music, ready to release and share with the world. Discover workflow hacks to speed up your writing process, mindset approaches to overcome avoidance, procrastination and perfectionism, and compositional techniques to help you take your underground dance music productions to the next level.
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CSO Audio Program Notes

Chicago Symphony Orchestra Association

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Founded in 1891, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra is consistently hailed as one of the greatest orchestras in the world. In collaboration with the best conductors and guest artists on the international music scene, the CSO performs well over one hundred concerts each year at its downtown home, Symphony Center, and at the Ravinia Festival on Chicago’s North Shore, where it is in residency each summer. Music lovers outside Chicago enjoy the sounds of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra through best-s ...
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Redeemer Church is a gospel-centered church composed of people of diverse ages and backgrounds who gather every Sunday morning at Highview Learning Center in Fate at 10:30am for worship and then scatter into our community throughout the week to share the hope, joy, love, and life we have in Jesus Christ with those around us.
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The Band Room Podcast

Dylan Maddix & Cait Nishimura

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Welcome to The Band Room! A podcast bringing you the best of band. Hosts, Dylan Maddix & Cait Nishimura sit down with the movers and shakers of the wind world, conductors, composers, teachers and performers. Have your ears opened to the new and exciting and take your seat in The Band Room!
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Hosted by Giovanni Rotondo, Composers' Favourites portraits the persons behind the film composers. In every episode a different guest talks about their favourite books, albums, films, instruments, coffee, places, restaurants....
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Helga

WNYC Studios and Brown Arts Institute

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Artist, performer, and host Helga Davis brings a soulful curiosity and love of people to the podcast Helga, where she talks about the intimate lives of creative people as they share the steps they’ve taken along their path. She draws listeners into these discussions with cultural change-makers, whether already famous or rising talents, whose sensibilities expand our imaginations as we explore what we think we know about each other. The new season of Helga is a co-production of WNYC Studios a ...
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Tiny Tales

R. E. Rule (Writer) & Frank Nawrot (Composer/Audio Engineer)

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Tiny Tales is a twice-monthly podcast of short stories spanning horror, fantasy, comedy, and everything in between.
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Synopsis It’s ironic that Romantic composer Camille Saint-Saëns was more appreciated in England and the United States than in his native France. And so, it’s perhaps not surprising that his Symphony No. 3 (Organ), premiered not in Paris, but at St. James’ Church in London on today’s date in 1886, with the composer conducting as well as performing a…
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Synopsis Marcel Proust, James Joyce and Pablo Picasso walk into a bar. No, it’s not the start of some high-brow joke; that really happened in Paris on today’s date in 1922. Well, not exactly: it was a hotel, not a bar, but certainly drinks were served when Sydney and Violet Schiff, two wealthy British patrons of the arts staying at the Hotel Majest…
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Kate Molleson sets out so show us why Elizabeth Maconchy deserves much more of our attention Elizabeth Maconchy is surely the greatest composer of string quartets ever to emerge in the British Isles; and yet her music is often ignored in favour of lesser works by more famous British composers. So says Maconchy’s biographer, Erica Siegel, who joins …
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The legend that already is episode 152 was recorded mere minutes after absorbing one of the most underwhelming instances of hot chocolate I've participated in thus far and yet it didn't stop me from pouring my heart into recounting the journey that was acquiring my new phone from a freshly opened Verizon store. All this plus the brutal honesty of R…
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Join Jason as he welcomes composer Dominik Scherrer to the Podcast! Dominik first won the prestigious British Ivor Novello Award and received a Royal Television Society (RTS) nomination for his riveting score on Ripper Street. He earned two additional Ivor Novello nominations for Amazon’s The Collection and the British crime series Agatha Christie’…
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Brahms pt. 15b: we detail the course of the Brahms-Joachim relationship as they return to something like their former friendly relations and see how is other friendships and partnerships evolve, disolve, change and mature as we reach the year 1887. Works heard in this episode in order (all by Brahms): Tafellied op. 93b Der Tod, das ist die kühle Na…
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Hello listeners. As you might have guessed by now, comPOSERS is on a bit of a break. Jay, Aaron and I are all working a lot right now, and I've had a lot of insurance- and physiotherapy-related bullshit on my plate to boot, so we're struggling to find time. We do plan to be back soon, so please watch this space for updates. In the meantime, thanks …
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Part two of an interview with award winning film composer and TV composer Blair Mowat, recently nominated for a BAFTA for his score for ITV's Nolly. Blair Mowat has composed over 200 scores for films, theater, and television, with clients ranging from The English National Ballet and The Royal Shakespeare Company to the likes of BBC, SKY, and ITV. H…
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In his Second Symphony, Mahler constructs a universe all his own, exploring themes of death and afterlife using a massive orchestra, offstage brass and percussion, chorus and vocal soloists. Estonian conductor Neeme Järvi — whose music-making is “as dynamic and exhilarating as ever” (Chicago Classical Review) — guides the CSO from the great, tragic…
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Description La Traviata in 60 seconds. Take a minute to get the scoop! Fun Fact Giuseppe Verdi's "La Traviata" premiered on March 6, 1853, at the Teatro La Fenice in Venice. Initially, the opera faced a lukewarm reception due to its controversial subject matter. However, it quickly gained popularity and is now one of the most beloved and frequently…
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For Good Measure, by Ensemble for These Times (E4TT) Episode 103: Behind the Curtain with Nanette McGuinness (part 4) Looking for a way to listen to diverse creators and to support equity in the arts? Tune in weekly to For Good Measure! In this week’s episode, we continue our conversation with For Good Measure’s host/producer and E4TT co-founder Na…
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Send us a Text Message. I was joined by Greek lyre virtuoso Theodore Koumartzis, who not only plays and creates, but he's also knowledgeable on the music of Ancient Greece. He's the visionary behind the pioneering Museum of Ancient Music Instruments, Seikilo, in Thessaloniki. Theo is a creator and collaborator at heart and he has worked with many m…
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Annabel Curphey, previously a member of Spaghetti and the Hoops, has been forging a career for herself in Brighton under the new stage name of 'Annabel Lauren'. She was on Isle recently so Christy took the opportunity to catch up with her about her music, her plans - and whether her Mum's Cauliflower Cheese is all that she says it is...…
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You know his work with Steely Dan, the incredible guitar solo on Fame, along with session work with The Doobie Brothers, Carly Simon, The Blues Brothers, Carl Wilson, Peter Wolf, Peter Frampton, and many others. However, there's so much more to Elliott Randall's career, from his early gigs in Greenwich Village, to joining Seatrain, forming his band…
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Synopsis On today’s date in 1969, Leonard Bernstein conducted his last concert as Music Director of the New York Philharmonic. Bernstein had assumed that post in November 1957, becoming the first American-born and trained conductor to do so. For sports fans, these were Bernstein’s stats as of May 17, 1969: He had conducted 939 concerts, more than a…
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Discover the vibrant tapestry of Nigerian culture and hip-hop mastery in an unforgettable conversation with the one and only prophet Najee. From Memphis to Lagos, Najee's life is a captivating tale of beats, rhymes, and the relentless pursuit of artistry against all odds. As we unravel his story, you'll be transported to the bustling streets of Nig…
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Reach out! Let us know your questions & comments. In this episode of the 52 Cues podcast, we chat with Roy Matz of the Sync Gems podcast about his transition from beatboxing to music production and the importance of authenticity in the industry. We explore personal growth, recognizing when to move on from past identities, and the significance of se…
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Synopsis Today’s date in 1879 marks the birthdate of composer and pianist Régine Wieniawski, born in Brussels, the daughter of the Polish violinist and composer Henryk Wieniawski. Although a Franco-Belgian composer in style, she published her music under the Slavic-sounding pen name Poldowski. She was admired by many of the most famous musicians of…
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Synopsis Crossword puzzle solvers know the three-letter answer to the clue “Composer Brian” is: E-N-O. But even fans of this British composer, performer and producer might not know his full name, which is Brian Peter George St. John le Baptiste de la Salle Eno. Brian Eno was born in Suffolk, England on today’s date in 1948. He studied painting and …
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Suzan-Lori Parks is an American playwright, screenwriter, and novelist. Parks was the first African American woman to win the Pulitzer Prize in Drama with her 2002 play, “Topdog/Underdog,” and in 2023, she was named one of Time Magazine’s 100 Most Influential People. In this episode, Parks discusses her bold idea to write a one-act play each day fo…
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Dr. Micah Killion is a trumpeter who has devoted the past several years to better understanding what constitutes effective practice and learning. Formerly a member of the Air Force Band, he has also been an arts administrator. In addition to his performing and research, he has also been involved in helping underprivileged populations through the po…
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Synopsis In the 1980s, the Finnish Broadcasting Company had come up with the idea of commissioning a whole evening’s worth of orchestral pieces by native composer Einojuhanni Rautavaara, which, when taken together, would form a conventional concert program of overture, concerto and symphony. These three works have come to be called the Angel Trilog…
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Send us a Text Message. Drummer Clark Tracey has a collaborative soul and he has brought his quintet to work with up and coming singer Emily Masser - he explains why in this conversation. Emily's talent as a singer is clear from the opening bars of Introducing Emily Masser, the new album from the Clark Tracey Quintet. Clark explains how he first be…
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Send us a Text Message. Yep, So hows everything going these days i'm still here making Music and doing what I love doing so heres this week's current Podcast from the Studio with more Cutting Edge Grooves and Original sounds.Promoting the latest Music from Ultimate Vibe Audio Music Productions titled Re-Birth which is available by going to https://…
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Description La clemenza di Tito in 60 seconds. Take a minute to get the scoop! Fun Fact Mozart's "La clemenza di Tito" premiered on September 6, 1791, at the Estates Theatre in Prague. Commissioned for the coronation festivities of Emperor Leopold II, it received a mixed reception but gained popularity in later years for its emotional depth and sti…
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For Good Measure, by Ensemble for These Times (E4TT) Episode 102: Behind the Curtain with Nanette McGuinness (part 3) Looking for a way to listen to diverse creators and to support equity in the arts? Tune in weekly to For Good Measure! In this week’s episode, we continue our conversation with For Good Measure’s host/producer and E4TT co-founder Na…
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Synopsis On today’s date in 1995, an opera by American composer Amy Beach received its first professional production at Lincoln Center in New York City — 63 years after Beach completed it in the summer of 1932. Beach was 65 years old in 1932 and for years had wanted to write an opera on an American theme. She settled on a play by Nan Bagby Stephens…
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Beyond the iconic Grammy Awards, the mission of the Recording Academy is to recognize excellence in the recording arts and sciences, cultivate the well-being of the music community, and ensure that music remains an indelible part of our culture. Kelley Purcell, VP, Membership and Industry Relations – and a Billboard Women in Music honoree -- is on …
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Dylan was able to sit down with Ron Murphy and Mike Morrissey, founder and past directors of the Atlantic Festivals of Music, the largest band, orchestra and choir festival in Atlantic Canada. They spoke about their musical beginnings, 32 years of running the festival, favourite memories, philosophy of festivals and competitions, gifting the festiv…
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Synopsis In the 1960s, American composer Steve Reich prepared some electronic pieces consisting of gradually shifting tape loops of the same prerecorded — and enigmatic — spoken phrases excerpted from someone telling a story. Reich quickly realized he could produce the same effect with conventional instruments and live musicians. These repetitive p…
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Internationally acclaimed Jake Thackray tribute, John Watterson, first fell in love with the poetic and musical stylings of Jake at a gig here on the Isle of Man. Since then, he has made a name for himself as 'Fake', invited to tour with acts like Fairport Convention and regularly contributing to radio programmes on BBC 2, 3 and 4. He returns to th…
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Synopsis Primitive man probably imitated animal sounds for both practical and religious reasons. More recently, the Baroque-era composer Heinrich Franz von Biber imitated one particular animal for comic effect in his Sonata Representing Animals, and, in early 20th century slang, it’s simply “the cat’s meow.” Now speaking of cats, they’re supposed t…
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Martin Helmchen, “who brings both freshness and expressive depth to everything he plays” (Chicago Classical Review), takes on Beethoven’s First Piano Concerto, a work of youthful bravura and pensive elegance. To open the program, Kazuki Yamada conducts Takemitsu’s shimmering How slow the Wind and Franck’s D Minor Symphony, featuring a mix of soarin…
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Barbara Bruckmüller is a composer and jazz pianist born in Vienna. She was influenced by the sounds of Hollywood Jazz, from the 1930s, 40s, and 50s. She studied piano early on for seven years, but it took time for her to discover her passion for jazz. She studied jazz piano with Paul Urbanek at the Gustav Mahler Conservatory in Vienna, in 2004. Bar…
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