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A live, improvised sound collage experiment, going back 25 years, weaving mesmerizing new soundscapes from found and collected materials right in the present moment.Pop music, speeches, live phone calls and spontaneous monologues become ambient loopy layered threads riding the liminal spaces between waking and dreaming.
 
Live improvised sound collage experiment, weaving mesmerizing loopy layered found soundscapes, riding the liminal spaces between waking and dreaming. http://lastever.org
 
Live improvised sound collage experiment, weaving mesmerizing loopy layered found soundscapes, riding the liminal spaces between waking and dreaming. http://lastever.org
 
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One of the 18th century's most important figures in the development of Classical music.
 
In town for a concert with the Prism Coffeehouse, Italian flatpicking guitar maestro Beppe Gambetta stopped by WTJU for a live session.Engineer: Lewis Reining
 
The George Jackson Band (George Jackson, fiddle; Andrew Small, upright and mandolin; Ashlee Watkins, guitar; Brad Kolodner, banjo, upright) stopped by WTJU for a live session ahead of their Prism Coffeehouse concert. The band is currently touring behind Jackon's new album, Time and Place.Engineer: Morgan McLeod…
 
Soundboard for the week of March 14, 2019.
 
Garth Stevenson - "The Southern Sea" - Flying Jared Leto - "Did I fall asleep? Sometimes I don't sleep" - Mr. Nobody Garth Stevenson - "The Southern Sea" - Flying Mirah - "We don't have that sticker in this book" Meg Ryan - "It's off in the distance, it came into the room, it's here in the circle" - In the Cut Cliff Martinez - "Death Shall Have ...…
 
Garth Stevenson - "The Southern Sea" - Flying Jared Leto - "Did I fall asleep? Sometimes I don't sleep" - Mr. Nobody Garth Stevenson - "The Southern Sea" - Flying Mirah - "We don't have that sticker in this book" Meg Ryan - "It's off in the distance, it came into the room, it's here in the circle" - In the Cut Cliff Martinez - "Death Shall Have ...…
 
Garth Stevenson - "The Southern Sea" - Flying Jared Leto - "Did I fall asleep? Sometimes I don't sleep" - Mr. Nobody Garth Stevenson - "The Southern Sea" - Flying Mirah - "We don't have that sticker in this book" Meg Ryan - "It's off in the distance, it came into the room, it's here in the circle" - In the Cut Cliff Martinez - "Death Shall Have ...…
 
On this edition of Soundboard: Giles Morris, Elliot Robinson, and Emily Hays of Charlottesville Tomorrow discuss recent Charlottesville City Budget changes, a hotel proposal for Pantops, and UVA survey of community needs updates.Plus: Richmond-based journalist Peter Galuszka discusses the controversy in Spotsylvania County over solar.…
 
His music is among the most popular of the 20th century.
 
Yumin Kim is a distinguished major in the University of Virginia Music program and has played violin/viola for a combined 12 years.For more on Yumin Kim and her Distinguished Major Viola Recital on March 24, 2019, visit:http://music.virginia.edu/yumin-kim-distinguished-major-viola-recital
 
Tim Stafford called in to WTJU to chat with Peter Jones about the upcoming Blue Highway concert at Fry's Spring Beach Club as part of the Front Porch's Soul Suppers series.
 
WTJU "Jazz at 100" host Rus Perry spliced together the sound of the first half-century of jazz in just 72 seconds.
 
Spencer & Rains (Howard Rains, Tricia Spencer) stopped by WTJU on March 1, 2019 ahead of their Prism Coffeehouse concert.Sound engineer: Lewis Reining
 
The Buzzard Hollow Boys put on the fifth night of live concerts during the 2019 Folk Marathon.Sound Engineer: Morgan McLeod
 
UVA Stories: Tim Heaphy - Drinking Age Was 18 by wtju
 
UVA Stories: Becca White - Little Lady Bus Drivers by wtju
 
UVA Stories: Becca White - Blue Collar Yoga by wtju
 
UVA Stories: Becca White - Bus Technology by wtju
 
UVA Stories: Marva Barnett - The Trinkle Report by wtju
 
UVA Stories: Marva Barnett - The Class Assassin by wtju
 
UVA Stories: Tim Heaphy - Why We Have Fall Break by wtju
 
UVA Stories: Tim Heaphy - L.A. Law Watching Parties by wtju
 
UVA Stories: Tim Heaphy - Stranger Dances by wtju
 
UVA Stories: Tim Heaphy - U-Haul Crash by wtju
 
Liberation and Freedom Days, plus City Development Plans - March 1st, 2019 by wtju
 
Nick Rupert is a distinguished major in the University of Virginia Music program and a cellist in the Charlottesville Symphony.
 
Episode 24 - Alicia Svigals - Klezmer Violinist by wtju
 
Scott is a violin maker and old-time fiddler living in Port Townsend, Washington. He is a also a builder of wooden boats and a philosopher. It is always a pleasure to spend time in his company.
 
On this edition of Soundboard: Giles Morris, Elliot Robinson, and Emily Hays of Charlottesville Tomorrow discuss recent Charlottesville City Council news, plus whether or not to rename Cale Elementary.Plus: Richmond-based journalist Peter Galuszka discusses the Dominion pipeline and the recent visit of Al Gore and Rev. William Barber opposing i ...…
 
Charlottesville Classical is a weekly segment from WTJU 91.1 FM at the University of Virginia.Katrien Vance sings with the Virginia Consort and teaches music, history, and humanities in the Charlottesville area.
 
On this edition of Soundboard: Richmond-based journalist Peter Galuszka discusses the controversies surrounding Virginia's governor, lieutenant governor, and attorney general -- and what they all mean for the bigger picture.Plus: Giles Morris, Elliot Robinson, and Emily Hays of Charlottesville Tomorrow discuss UVA's recent real estate developme ...…
 
W. G. Snuffy Walden - "Angela Smiled" - My So-Called Life Armin van Buuren feat. Aaelyn - "In and out of love" Bart & Baker feat. Lolly Wish - "Downloaded (Rogan remix)" W. G. Snuffy Walden - "My So-Called Life theme" - My So-Called Life [Layers] Olivia Newton-John & ELO - "Xanadu" - Xanadu [Loops] Ken - "Nobody knows, we're all alone" [Recorde ...…
 
W. G. Snuffy Walden - "Angela Smiled" - My So-Called Life Armin van Buuren feat. Aaelyn - "In and out of love" Bart & Baker feat. Lolly Wish - "Downloaded (Rogan remix)" W. G. Snuffy Walden - "My So-Called Life theme" - My So-Called Life [Layers] Olivia Newton-John & ELO - "Xanadu" - Xanadu [Loops] Ken - "Nobody knows, we're all alone" [Recorde ...…
 
W. G. Snuffy Walden - "Angela Smiled" - My So-Called Life Armin van Buuren feat. Aaelyn - "In and out of love" Bart & Baker feat. Lolly Wish - "Downloaded (Rogan remix)" W. G. Snuffy Walden - "My So-Called Life theme" - My So-Called Life [Layers] Olivia Newton-John & ELO - "Xanadu" - Xanadu [Loops] Ken - "Nobody knows, we're all alone" [Recorde ...…
 
Charlottesville Classical - Brent Davis by wtju
 
In part two of this podcast, bassist Jeff Harshbarger talks about his different approaches to using a bow with a bass. He also talks about a remarkable teacher he visits each year in France and the role physical spaces play in how music sounds.
 
Jeff Harshbarger is a bassist, composer, and band leader living in Lawrence, Kansas. In 2011, he was voted Best Bassist by Pitch Magazine. I first heard Jeff perform as a member of a quartet blending classical Indian violin music with western classical and jazz violin. Jeff brought to our conversation about the bass a deep understanding of not ...…
 
I have know very few songwriters whose songs move me as much as those composed by Carl Jones. A multi-instrumentalist as well, and that includes the fiddle, Carl has performed with some of the top folk musicians alive today, including his wife Erynn Marshall and fiddler James Bryan. I know you’ll enjoy his wit and insights into what makes life ...…
 
Erynn Marshall grew up in British Columbia but her love of traditional fiddle music eventually took her to the mountains of southwestern Virginia where she lives today with her husband Carl Jones, an accomplished musician and songwriter. Along with keeping the fiddle traditional alive by playing the old tunes, she also composes wonderful fiddle ...…
 
Inspired by Carol Rodland’s Rochester-based “If Music be the Food…” food drive concerts, violist Kim Kashkashian launched a concert series titled Music for Food in 2010 to help relieve food insecurity in the Greater Boston area. Working with a group of Boston-based musicians and guest artists, Music for Food has created over 500,000 meals throu ...…
 
Roland Feller grew up in Switzerland and attended the violin-making school in Mittenwald, Germany, before coming to the United States to work with Simone Fernando Sacconi in New York. He later opened his own shop in San Francisco where he is a much sought after restorer as well as maker. Here Roland tells of the challenges he endured in those e ...…
 
In this part of my conversation with Alasdair Fraser, he tells a remarkable story about how a young girl with a rare and potentially fatal disease was helped by listening to Scottish fiddle music. He also tells the story of how an unscrupulous producer stole his music composition to use in a major Hollywood film.…
 
In my twenties, I spent a year living in Scotland doing my best to learn the fiddle music of the Highlands. Later I moved to Nevada City, California, where I had the good fortune to meet and become friends with Alasdair, regarded by many as one of the most accomplished Scottish fiddlers living in the world today. In part one of our conversation ...…
 
Laurie Lewis is a Grammy award-winning bluegrass fiddler and songwriter. For several years she owned a violin shop in Berkeley, California. Here Laurie tells how she wrote two songs about the violin: The Maple's Lament and The Bear Song.
 
In part two of my conversation with tone wood expert Bruce Harvie, we discuss the selection and use of Pernambuco for making bows and the growing problem of tone wood tree poaching
 
Bruce Harvie is a tonewood dealer who lives in the San Juan Islands of Puget Sound. Here he shares his passion and vast knowledge of tonewood for violins and other musical instruments.
 
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