Best bassoon podcasts we could find (Updated December 2017)
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Boulder Bassoon Quartet Podcast
The hard-hitting bassoon podcast you've been looking for
Sticky Notes: The Classical Music Podcast
Sticky Notes is a classical music podcast for everyone. Whether you are a beginner just looking to get into classical music but don't know where to start, or a seasoned musician interested in the lives and ideas of your fellow artists, this podcast is for you. The show will feature interviews with the top artists of today, in-depth looks at specific pieces from the repertoire, and deep dives into each era of classical music, plus much more.
Mozart podcast from
60 minutes of Mozart, all commercial free, with no talking DJ between songs. All songs Creative Commons by-nc-sa 1.0 licensed from the record label that isn't evil:
Cello podcast from
60 minutes of Cello, all commercial free, with no talking DJ between songs. All songs Creative Commons by-nc-sa 1.0 licensed from the record label that isn't evil:
Pathways is dedicated to telling the stories of some of our heroes for the french horn. From starting on the instrument, all the way up to the highest levels of our field, we all have one very important thing in common, and that's we all play the horn. What else do we have in common? Listen to find out! Finally a french horn podcast, made by horn players, for horn players.
Luna Nova Music
Live recordings by the Luna Nova Ensemble. Composers represented are Stravinsky, Bartok, Crumb, Messiaen, Villa-Lobos, Poulenc, Ravel, Debussy, Rochberg, Hindemith, Ligeti, Takemitsu, Ung, Alain, Robert Beaser, Ben-Amots, Britten, James Carlson, Andrew Drannon, Durufle, Harbison, Ives, Verlingieri, Lee Chie Tsang, Isaiah, Neal, Joomi Park, Robert Patterson, Craig Phillips, Villa-Lobos, Ferneyhough, Langlais, Ligeti, Jirasek, James Romig, Justin Henry Rubin, Rzewski, Xenakis, Ho-Man Tin, Geor ...
International Double Reed Society Podcast
Interviews, music, double-reed specific content
Kevin Timothy Austin Music
Kevin Timothy Austin (b. 1988) is an avid composer with experience in a wide variety of modern compositional processes, favoring blends of genera such as spectralism, minimalism, serialism, aleatory, indeterminacy, jazz, indian classical music and electronic music, with a hint of neoclassicism and indie pop. He enjoys exploring and creating new notation methods and musical forms and maintains a tactile and organic approach to music composition. His music has received world premieres by vario ...
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CMU’s Andy Malt and Chris Cooke review key events in music and the music business from the last week, including Taylor Swift's cease-and-desist to a blog that published an article discussing the alt-right’s love of her music, why Bristol's floating venue Thekla is under threat of closure, and how Tidal is leading the way in telling you who play ...…
The west coast-based sound-maker and experimenter Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith weaves melodic patterns and pulses, using various analogue synthesizers – like the rare EMS Synthi 100 synthesizer, a vintage Buchla modular synthesizer, earning her a fun title as a composer and producer – “synthesist.” Her palette includes strings, bassoons, clarinets, an ...…
The Tales Of The Unexpected Podcast
Yes we're back, it's been 14 days since your twofer weekend - make sure you listen to them... not that the Tale of the Unexpected episodes follow on from one another, but i'm certain that these podcasts are getting more listen-to-able as time goes on. *********** SO... What's today's all about? It's called Taste and delves into the world of win ...…
Hosts Cecily Breaux and Alden Derck kick off their inaugural episode with a special surprise gift before learning valuable lessons about the science of pheromones from Max Keeble's (no "R") Big Move.
Wherein Ironheel's Imperial Posthe concludes their search for the portal which will bring them to the united defense of the Empire's capital city. Music Attribution Star Clash Theme by Ben Briggs - Bassoon Bomp in C Maj (Staccato) by Blackula Hunter - The Uniquely Un ...…
Today’s episode of The Jazz Hole with Linus presents several tracks from Swiss clarinetist and composer Marco Santilli’s two new albums: Marco Santilli’s CheRoba & il Fiato delle Alpi - La Stüa and Marco Santilli CheRoba - L’occhio della betulla. Other artists today are the Vadim Neselovskyi Trio, the Brian McCarthy Nonet, Arooj Aftab, Matt Slo ...…
Is it OK to play just the left hand with the Bassoon 16' stop on the Swell or both hands should use it?Get more organ playing advice and inspiration at
Have you ever thought about starting a chamber group...and wondering what it could lead to? Kara LaMoure pursued chamber music in college "just for fun"....and spun it into a vibrant career. She is bassoonist of the wind quintet, Windsync, and a founding member of The Breaking Winds, a bassoon quartet. Find out why taking the first step is the ...…
Sermons-First Unitarian Universalist Society of San Francisco
The Curious Case Of This Congregation and Of Schrodinger’s Cat These last three years have been among the happiest and most satisfying of my professional life. Yet UUSF still suffers from some self-defeating understandings of itself. As “Developmental Minister” I will play therapist to try to help you to change the narrative. Worship will inclu ...…
Q. What's the only subject taught in Irish secondary schools not taught at primary level? A. Business. BizWorld Ireland is a not-for-profit that aims to change that by running 2-day enterprise workshops at primary schools across Ireland. BizWorld CEO, Fiona McKeon has already worked with partner Bank of Ireland to bring BizWorld to several hund ...…
Podcast – Building Your Band
Jon joins the show discussing a range of genres based around Jazz to include Gospel and Neo Soul. Along the way, he shares samples from some projects he has done. We wrap up with his thoughts on the kinds of music that belongs in church, the role the church plays in moving music forward, as well as his thoughts on playing outside of the church. ...…
Classical Music Discoveries
The greatest event for all mankind is yet to happen. That event will be the resurrection of the dead.Every human being, that has ever lived, will have their eternal spirit united with an eternal and perfected body, never to be parted again.The righteous will be resurrected first with the unrighteous being resurrected lastly after the millennium ...…
RTÉ - Liz Nolan’s Lyric Notes
In the Coffee Concert from the Czech Republic, Martin Petrak, bassoon and Filip Dvorak, harpsichord, perform sonatas by Telemann and Mozart.
Everything Band Podcast
Just 23 years old, the enormously talented Jay Coles has already published several works for band through Carl Fischer, C.L. Barnhouse, and C. Alan Publications and is the author of a new novel inspired by the Black Lives Matter movement titled Tyler Jones was Here and scheduled to be released in 2018 by Little Brown, Children's. Topics: Jay's ...…
Jeremiah Panhorst and Mike Bloom talk about the fourth episode of Fargo Season 4, titled, "The Narrow Escape Problem". They tackle topics like the difference between the oboe and a bassoon, and what does it really mean to be rich. Be sure to subscribe to ‘Fargo with Jeremiah and Mike’ on iTunes and send us feedback after you watch the episode t ...…
Newsworthy with Norsworthy
Rainn Wilson joins the show live from the Pepperdine Bible Lectures to discuss Bahai'i, fasting, the intersection of art and creativity, bassoon-ing, farming, progressive manifestation, suffering, The Office, Dwight Shrute, Soulpancake, and his book The Bassoon King. For more on this month’s sponsor Podbean click here.…
Greetings! As the phoenix rises from the ashes, so returns the Pushing The Envelope Podcast! PTE's radio presence continues for it's 27yh year, airing on Saturday mornings from 10am – 1pm EST on WHUS / Storrs, CT ( PTE and CT Summerfest are pleased to bring you the first in a series of interviews with the CT Sum ...…
Keira is joined by her long time friends Soraya and Fiona . They reminisce on some of their favourite times they've shared in the past 15+ years . Oh and Soulay is in the desert somewhere .You'd Be A Fool To Miss It!
Johann Sebastian Bach’s “Easter Oratorio, BWV 249 was composed in Leipzig and first performed on April 1, 1725.The first version of the work was called a cantata and later was upgraded to an oratorio when it was revised 10 years later in 1735. The work was originally based on another secular cantata by Bach which is a lost work, although the li ...…
If you think the title is a beating then wait until you hear the show. Note: There are no Bassoons in marching band, thank fictional Jesus! Pepsi puts out another product that people can't stomach, Trump gets his Supreme Court Justice, and someone’s Tomahawk bomb aim is fucking terrible.
Classical Music Discoveries
On December 16, 1771 the Archbishop of Salzburg, Sigismund von Schrattenbach passed away in Salzburg.As with most young adults, the first passing of a relative or great friend can be a rather traumatic experience as he or she, realizes for the first time that life here on earth, does not last forever and at the end, eternal consequences take ho ...…
When was the last time you had a good conversation, about something you love, over drinks?In this podcast Rob McClure, Jamie Leigh Sampson, and Andrew Martin Smith discuss Sebastian Fagerlund's "Mana, Concerto for Bassoon and Orchestra"...over drinks.For those interested in hearing all of Fagerlund's concerto: ...…
Host Marthame Sanders sits down with Atlanta-based singer/songwriter/performer Cinnamon Denise to talk about her music and her inspirations. The two of them improvise some music, and are also joined by Cinnamon's bassoon James. You can connect with Cinnamon Denise and listen to her music online: Website Spotify iTunes Facebook Twitter Instagram…
Classical Music Discoveries
As we near the end of the Mozart’s tour of Italy, we find the Mozart family concluding their tour in Milan Italy. Here the 15-year-old Mozart would compose his last symphonies in the city of Milan and also, one of his most emotional symphonies, which we will play in next week’s broadcast.However, now we will play Symphony in C Major or Symphony ...…
Music Director Peter Oundjian sits down with TSO Bassoon Fraser Jackson for a candid conversation. Plus, TSO Viola Gary Labovitz on practicing the Alexander Technique.
San Francisco Ballet - Meet the Artist
Rufus Olivier, Principal Bassoon Player in the San Francisco Ballet Orchestra, reminisces engagingly about his nearly 40 years with the Orchestra. He describes Program 4, the “Must-See Balanchine” works, as a “dream” for the bassoon, with featured parts in Stravinsky Violin Concerto, the Prokofiev accompanying Prodigal Son, as well as the Tchai ...…
UPO's Principal Bassoon Chris Raymond talks to us about the bassoon and its stunning solo capabilities. We also discuss his upcoming recital and Daniel gets a bassoon lesson.
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