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Music Student 101

Jeremy Burns, Matthew Scott Phillips

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We are musicians, composers, engineers, teachers and students alike. The path of a musician can be challenging and uncertain but it can also be enriching and great fun! This is the path we chose and we are here as your resource. Explore theory, history, ear training, technique, special topics and overall musicianship.
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You'll Hear It

Peter Martin & Adam Maness

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A podcast about jazz - how to listen, play, practice, and enjoy. Listen for a combo of advice, insights, and occasional humor from pianists Peter Martin and Adam Maness. A podcast from Open Studio https://www.openstudiojazz.com
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Learn how to play music by ear with this series of audio challenges. Julian Bradley walks you through real life songs at the piano, and shows you how to play by ear. We'll cover intervals, chord progressions, common shapes, 'thinking logically', and the 'melody / chord relationship'.
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Worship Ministry Training Podcast (For Worship Leaders)

Worship Ministry Training with Alex Enfiedjian

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Do you want to be a better worship leader? Worship Ministry Training is a monthly podcast for worship leaders. Giving you the practical training, tips, techniques, and mindset to help you excel musically, theologically and pastorally! Subscribe to get impactful interviews with experts in the field of worship leading, plus punchy, practical episodes that you can apply immediately to your ministry. For more free training resources for worship leaders, worship pastors, music directors, and wors ...
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The "I'm In Love With That Song" Podcast - Music Commentary, Song Analysis & Rock History. Welcome to the “I’m In Love With That Song” Podcast. Each episode, we’ll take one of my favorite songs and dive deep into it, listening to all the nuances that make it a great song. You may be unfamiliar with some of these songs, while others you’ve probably heard a hundred times, but I bet if we listen closely, we can discover something new. Of course, there’s no definitive answer to what makes a grea ...
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In this series, Chris Liscio will show you tips & tricks for figuring out your favorite songs using Capo for the Mac and iPhone/iPad (http://capoapp.com).Episodes range from basic ear training exercises to in-depth Capo tricks that'll help you figure out your favorite music faster.
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Ever wondered why some people seem to have a gift for music? Have you wished that you could play by ear, sing in tune, improvise and jam? You are in the right place. The Musicality Podcast is a mix of interviews and teaching, featuring some of the most inspiring and insightful musicians and music educators, talking about how to learn the core inner skills you need to feel like a "natural" in music and enjoy freedom, creativity and confidence. Topics include: Playing by ear, Singing in tune, ...
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This podcast exists to promote and encourage two long-time traditions in our society that seem to be dwindling…The Choir and Corporate Singing. We hope to revive the excitement and joy experienced with singing in a choir, as well as inform and educate the listener on all things singing, and all things choir related. A weekly podcast featuring discussion and interviews with choir directors, choir members, and other guests representing church choirs, college and university choirs, community ch ...
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Welcome to Easy Ear Training Podcast! The musicians training podcast for developing relative or perfect pitch. Practice daily for best results! Let's get going on todays training. You can also practice Ear Training with our playlists on Spotify, Apple Music, Deezer, Google Play and Amazon music. Click here: http://phonofile.link/easy-ear-training And leave a review or a comment so we can make the podcast even better. See you soon. Keep on rocking in the free world!
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The Best Music Podcast is your podcast for immediately actionable music advice for music students of any instrument, voice, or musical discipline like producing, music theory, and ear training. Your host Dan Spencer has two #1 Best-Selling music books on Amazon and is the founder of Best Music Coach, an online platform for taking live music lessons with expert and patient coaches in real-time with a customized video chat feature made for music lessons. For interviews, Dan breaks down the sec ...
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Hi! I'm Courtney, and I love music so I decided to start a podcast with song recommendations! I post an episode every Friday morning sharing everything from life updates to philosophical contemplations and, most importantly, songs with you guys to help you finish your week and welcome your weekend! Send me your favorite songs via Instagram at @musictomyearspod
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Choral Cacophony Podcast

Stairwell Carollers

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From live rehearsal audio with The Stairwell Carollers, each Podcast is 7 minutes or less. For singers who want to improve performance - solo or in chorus. Warmups, ear training, rehearsal and challenging vocal gymnastics with Director Pierre Massie are fun and engaging. Live and fresh, the Choral Cacophony Podcast will help any vocalist develop their range, enunciation, breath control and vocal quality. Sound advice for singers who want to improve their listening, rhythm and pronunciation f ...
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Canada Foundation for Innovation

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Since 1997, the Canada Foundation for Innovation has invested in infrastructure that researchers need to think big, innovate and push the boundaries of knowledge. State-of-the-art research facilities and equipment increase the capability of Canada’s universities, colleges, research hospitals and non-profit research organizations to carry out high-quality research. This, in turn, helps them to attract and retain the world’s top talent, train the next generation of researchers and support worl ...
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Jamie MacDonald, the comedian you might know better as That Funny Blind Guy, found out that during lockdown the devil does not, it turns out, make work for idle hands; he makes pies and pints. In the first eight weeks of the coronavirus crisis lockdown in the UK, Jamie ate and drank heartily and put on 10 kilograms. His mental health might have suffered too, but he was too drunk to notice. Deciding enough was enough, he enlisted the help of Fran and John of FSR Personal Training to get back ...
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This podcast series is a collection of talk show style lessons, created to help English speakers better understand Chinese language and culture. A long time student of Chinese, I am joined in this series by Vicky Zhang, an experienced Chinese teacher and new host of the show. Also joining us for some special episodes is Dr. Zhang Yong Ling, UNCC professor of Chinese Language and Culture, professional translator, and all around language lover. We wanted our lessons to be casual and fun as wel ...
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Strange Brew - indie beats, alternative rock and good vibrations from the past, the present and the not too distant future. Every Thursday night at the Róisín Dubh in Galway, Ireland, and Friday from 9-10pm on 8radio.com https://www.strangebrew.ie https://www.facebook.com/strangebrewgalway https://twitter.com/gugai
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🚩 https://www.worshipministrytraining.com/ When first starting out at a new church I like to EQ my in-ears so they sound great and so I can clearly hear what the band is doing. I also like to test different microphones to find the best one that most naturally fits my voice. In this video I’ll talk you through the process and give you a few tips as …
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A teenage summertime love affair with a foreign exchange student was the inspiration for this song by Wishbone Ash. Though overlooked in the US, Wishbone Ash reached #3 on the UK charts with the album "Argus", which features "Blowin' Free". Wishbone Ash's twin lead guitar sound would inspire many a band that followed. Wishbone Ash - "Blowin' Free" …
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Getting Hired: 受聘 (Shòupìn)Today we talk about what to say when you've gotten the job. Join us as we discuss the differences between different types of skills and how to use "录用” as opposed to another very similar word, ”雇佣“。 And you definitely don't want to miss hearing about Vicky's unforgettable interview experience...Contact us: chineseconvoclu…
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In this installment of our "What Makes This Album Great" series we take a look at Double Rainbow: The Music of Antonio Carlos Jobim. Unlock your FREE Open Studio trial to become a better player today. GALA 1. Subscribe NOW (mandatory) https://link.youllhearit.com/subscribe 2. Like this video (semi-mandatory) 3. Leave us a comment that you've Adhere…
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🚩 https://www.worshipministrytraining.com/ Worship leaders are creatives. We go by feeling. But what if I told you you could develop a strategic action plan that would take your ministry exactly where you need it to go. There are only three questions you need to ask (and answer) to develop this plan. If you implement it, you’ll overcome your greate…
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In this episode, Adam and Peter dive into the Melodic Minor Scale and what we can do with it. Join us for some helpful tips on this invaluable scale and how to use it in your playing. Unlock your FREE Open Studio trial to become a better player today. GALA 1. Subscribe NOW (mandatory) https://link.youllhearit.com/subscribe 2. Like this video (semi-…
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A: 我听说你的朋友在找工作。他的简历准备好了没有?(Wǒ tīng shuō nǐ de péngyǒu zài zhǎo gōngzuò. Tā de jiǎnlì zhǔnbèi hǎole méiyǒu?) I heard your friend is looking for a job. Has he finished his resume?B:哎呀。。别提了。 我看了他的简历。。写得马马虎虎。 所以我们觉得他应该包装一下他的简历。( Āiyā.. Biétíle. Wǒ kànle tā de jiǎnlì.. Xiě dé mǎmǎhǔhǔ. Suǒyǐ wǒmen juédé tā yīnggāi bāozhuāng yīxià tā de jiǎnlì.)Ugh..what…
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In this episode, the yhi team breaks into the discography of Herbie Hancock. Let's delve into Empyrean Isles and really break down what elements make it so iconic. Unlock your FREE Open Studio trial to become a better player today. 📸 Follow us on Instagram: GALA 1. Subscribe NOW (mandatory) https://link.youllhearit.com/subscribe 2. Like this video …
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🚩 https://www.worshipministrytraining.com/ I recently quit my church of 10,000 where I was the worship pastor for the past 7 years. I am sharing the factors that made me realize that my time was up, in order to help you consider whether your season might be coming to an close (or not). Don’t quit your church until you watch this. 💌 Send this to a f…
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Introducing a new segment of the podcast - "Creation & Evolution", where we explore songs that travelled a long & winding road before they reached their final version. In this episode, we trace the history of a song that started from a phone call with Farrah Fawcett and ended up as Gladys Knight's biggest hit. "Midnight Train To Georgia" (Jim Weath…
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In this episode, Adam and Peter reveal three essential steps to making your voicings better. From comping to writing new tunes these steps will come in handy sooner than you think. Unlock your FREE Open Studio trial to become a better player today. Check out Aaron Park's course only on Open Studio Meditations on Jazz Piano 🧘‍♂️ ⛓️ Chord Connectors …
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In this lesson, Vicky and I discuss job hunting, in particular, updating a resume to reflect relevant work experience and internships. Join us as we talk about internships, resume writing (including the practice of "padding" one's resume) and work experience. Vocabulary: 1. 毕业(bìyè)– to graduate2. 改(gǎi) – to revise3. 简历(jiǎnlì) - resume4. 股票(gǔpià…
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As we gather in the Choir Room this Easter, a time of reflection and rejoicing unfolds through the power of choral music. The episode kicks off with a stirring reminder of Christ's sacrifice, captured in Kurt Carr's poignant composition, performed remotely during the 2020 pandemic by Greg Thomas and Misty Quinn, and we're transported through the ri…
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In this episode, Adam and Peter start a new series! What exactly makes the Jazz catalog so great. Let's delve into Thelonious Alone in San Fransico and really break down what elements make it so iconic. ↓ Links from the pod ↓ Unlock your FREE Open Studio trial to become a better player today. Alone In San Francisco Have a question for us? Leave us …
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In this episode, Adam and Peter talk about how to nurture young musicians to be their best self. ↓ Links from the pod ↓ Unlock your FREE Open Studio trial to become a better player today. Nurtured by Love Have a question for us? Leave us a SpeakPipe Checkout courses from Adam, Peter and more at Open Studio 🎹 Head over to our YouTube channel for a b…
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Today we have the dialogues and speech training parts from our previous 2 episodes: And All That Jazz & Music To Suit Your Mood. If you would like to hear the grammar and vocabulary explanations, please refer back to those episodes. If you're tuning in simply to listen to the dialogue and practice pronunciation, you're in the right place!And All Th…
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In this episode, Peter and Adam go WAY back to the YHI inaugural episode and see how things hold up down the line. ↓ Links from the pod ↓ Unlock your FREE Open Studio trial to become a better player today. https://openstudiojazz.link/trial Make it Stick: The Science of Successful Learning You'll Hear It's 1st Episode Have a question for us? Leave u…
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It's time to dive deep into All The Things You Are. A classic Jazz standard that everyone needs to familiarize themselves with at some point. Adam and Peter serve up all their tips on getting this classic tune under your hands in this very special episode. ↓ Links from the pod ↓ Unlock your FREE Open Studio trial to become a better player today. ht…
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🚩 https://www.worshipministrytraining.com/ Ready to introduce a new song to your church but not sure how? What’s the best way to introduce new worship songs? How often should you repeat them before deciding whether or not they are a "keeper"? And how can you subliminally prep your church to learn and embrace new songs more effectively? I cover all …
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In this episode, Vicky and I discuss more types of music, and what fits whenever we are in certain moods. We will be joined once again by jazz pianist and composer Sean Higgins at the end of this episode for another of his original songs and a quiz. If you're curious, please listen on... And to hear more music by Sean, please check out the links be…
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This podcast is about curious researchers, leading-edge science and the joys of discovery. Researcher Kelsey Leonard, member of the Shinnecock Nation and founder of the Wampum Lab at the University of Waterloo, delves into ocean, water and climate justice. Shinnecock is a dialect derived from the Algonquian language. It means “people of the stony s…
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Everybody knows "Baker Street"-- even if you don't know the artist's name or the song title, you probably know that sax riff. But there's more to Gerry Rafferty than "Baker Street" (or "Stuck In The Middle", for that matter). Here's an incredibly moving song that's every bit as good as his biggest hits. The Ark (Gerry Rafferty) Copyright 1977 The H…
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In this episode, Adam and Peter dive into a topic we can ALL get behind... what should we be practicing?? Join us as we dive into what we need to practice on the monthly, weekly, and, most important, DAILY. ↓ Links from the pod ↓ Unlock your FREE Open Studio trial to become a better player today. https://openstudiojazz.link/trial MonoNeon Artist Ma…
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🚩 https://www.worshipministrytraining.com/ Most worship leaders want to achieve high levels of musical excellence without skimping on authenticity and spirituality. We want high-quality music without sacrificing heart. But how can we cultivate both without leaning too heavily towards one or the other? In this episode, I talk with BJ Putnam from Bet…
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Ever wondered what the trick is to training your ears to hear just like the pros? In this episode, Adam and Peter dive into their tips for developing some great ear training habits and rituals. Unlock your FREE Open Studio trial to become a better player today. https://openstudiojazz.link/trial You'll Hear It: LIVE in NYC Friday, April 12, 2024 @ 8…
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In today's minisode, we meet with a doctoral student of civil engineering at UNCC to discuss 2 new expressions about making plans: 边走边看 and 见机行事。。。Useful words and phrases discussed in this episode:土木 (Tǔmù)- Building, construction土木工程(tǔmù gōngchéng) - Civil Engineering大兴土木(dàxīngtǔmù) - (idiom)to be busy putting up buildings, to carry out large s…
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Choir is a fusion of singing, faith, community, and tradition that resonates with many of us. In this episode we've orchestrated a vibrant discussion around reviving choir traditions, the undervalued power of corporate singing, and the intricate challenges choir directors confront in today's ever-evolving world, particularly in the wake of a pandem…
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In this video Adam and Peter talk about Bill Evans' approach to practicing harmony. Adam has a few hot tips to get your playing on track to sound like the jazz legend we all know and love. ↓ Links from the pod ↓ You'll Hear It: LIVE in NYC at the Sheen Center Friday, April 12, 2024 @ 8pm EST – FREE See the #1 jazz podcast, up close and in-person. S…
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🚩 https://www.worshipministrytraining.com/ How old is too old to lead worship? Why is this even a question? Why does there seem to be agism in worship ministries? Do you have to be young, skinny, beautiful, and stylish to lead worship? In this episode Aaron Keyes shares the realities of being a 45 year old worship leader. And he gives super practic…
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In this episode, Adam and Peter get a verrrry interesting speakpipe from a devoted listener. Thus opening up the conversation about how we can receive constructive criticism. It's not always easy to get feedback but it's important to talk about it when you get it. Join us and let us know how it feels when you get some feedback you weren't expecting…
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Jazz musician and composer Sean Higgins joins us today in a special episode about music. Listen in as we discuss Jazz and other popular music forms, in both China and beyond...(Sean Higgins Trio can be found through the following links:)https://music.apple.com/us/album/shanghai-decade/1330221513https://open.spotify.com/album/7KUSrVWMDDPfy9T5LRsTHQh…
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As the harmonies of "Oh, the Deep, Deep Love of Jesus" resonated in the Choir Room, Dorian Johnson enlightens us on this deep content rich hymn of the church. Mietta Stancil-Farrar navigates us through our CRQ to discuss the rich tapestry of choir beyond the church walls, uncovering the wide-reaching impact of gospel music from serene nursing home …
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Jeff Beck was the guitar player's guitar player. Ask the great guitar players who they thought was the best, and chances are they'll name Jeff Beck. His playing was in a state of perpetual reinvention, always evolving & improving. No mere technician, he was a master of emotion. When Jeff passed away in 2023, we lost a musical giant. On this, our 15…
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