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Sign up your email address: http://eepurl.com/9exiT Follow Dødens Garderobe on Facebook Dødens Garderobe on Instagram Jeppe Zeeberg’s homepage: www.jeppezeeberg.com Christina von Bülow's homepage: Home | Christina von Bülow (christinavonbulow.dk) Image by Dødens Garderobe. Podcast soundtrack by Mohamed Amer. Support this podcast via Ko-fi…
 
Robbie Tucker presents 'Donder's Last Flight' from his "first and only Christmas album", 'Peppermints'. Podcast soundtrack by Mohamed Amer. 'Peppermints' on Bandcamp, get a hearty discount with the code mjpgift. Support this podcast on Ko-fi ig: @themusiciansjourneypodcastBy The Musician's Journey Podcast
 
Russian/Swedish musician Nina Grigorjeva has been through a fascinating journey of various instruments and genres. A very small selection of her many different projects are represented in this episode. 00:00 'Äckligt Bra' 00:56 Introduction 01:45 Nina introduces herself 04:53 It started with woodwind instruments 08:00 Using the voice and finding on…
 
Swedish musician Caspar Swahn, is following his dreams which are taking him to India, the forest, and the Swedish desert. The music featured in this episode is by Jordero, Mollycoddle and Desert Blues Suédois. 00:00 'Sat Siri Akaal' by Jordero 01:13 Introduction 02:06 Caspar introduces himself 06:33 Musical curiosity and the road to Indian music 12…
 
Iranian composer Kaveh Vares has found a home for himself in The Netherlands. In this episode he shares his words and music with us. 00:00 'Shams El Qoloub' from Bihar El Hawa (EP with Karima el Fillali and Daniel Tiuri Wils) 00:47 Introduction 01:17 Kaveh introduces himself 12:45 From Iran to Amsterdam 14:10 'Fenix' (Netflix series) 14:48 Versatil…
 
Hanna Olsson is a Swedish musician and frontwoman in the metal band 'Nocean'. They are releasing their new album just before Halloween, and this episode features some audio excerpts from their latest singles. 00:00 'The Phantom' 01:36 Introduction (and guitar solo!) 03:35 Hanna introduces herself 08:28 How to approach starting and running a band 13…
 
Canadian musician Robbie Tucker, released his seventh album last summer, titled 'Blue Candy'. In this episode he talks about the making of the album, how he incorporated elements of his childhood into the lyric videos, and the challenges of Parkinson's disease. All the songs in this episode are from the album 'Blue Candy'. 00:00 'Dee' 02:34 Introdu…
 
Lithuanian musician Liepa Kazlauskaitė, while studying computational biology, is making beautiful music influenced by folk music and Jungian philosophy. The songs in this episode are by 'Mainuo'. 00:00 'Juodos gulbės' 02:26 Introduction 03:42 Liepa introduces herself 07:50 Mainuo's upcoming album, Jungian philisophy, and inspiration 16:00 Improvisa…
 
Pianist Anne Veinberg, based in the Netherlands, is exploring all kinds of various acoustic and digital and microtonal pianos, as well as in combination with live coding and Augmented Reality. Some excerpts from her performances are featured in this episode. 00:00 CodeKlavier 'ARquatic' (excerpt), with Felipe I. Noriega 00:46 Introduction 01:54 Ann…
 
Swedish artist Stefan Bäcklund, joined me one early autumn evening to talk about where he is at in his musical journey. Some of his songs are featured in this episode. 00:00 'With You By My Side' 03:03 Introduction 03:36 About teaching 06:07 Stefan introduces himself 07:35 More about teaching 10:36 Through the early years to the tiny house 15:19 Ro…
 
Violinist Leah Meredith Andonov has been working full-time for the Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra for several years, and I seized the opportunity to give her all my orchestra-related questions... 00:00 Introduction 01:25 Enter: Leah 04:25 Daily practice 06:00 Auditioning for orchestras 12:25 Blending in with the orchestra or sticking out as a soloist …
 
Gayle Skidmore has been writing songs all her life, and naturally she feels at home in this freelance musician world that I'm starting to explore myself. Two of her songs are featured in this episode. 00:00 'All My Life' 02:20 Introduction 03:25 Gayle introduces herself 06:13 Inspiring reflections on community 10:45 Being an American entrepreneur i…
 
Norwegian musician and composer, Aron Dahl, is talking to us from Los Angeles where he's currently studying composition and film-making. The music in the episode are Aron's compositions, which includes parts of his saxophone concerto, and songs from his album 'Loosening Orion's Belt' from 2018. 00:00 'Alt flyter (Phanta Rei)' for saxophone and sinf…
 
Here is an episode about menstruation from the perspective of being a musician. I talk with Astrid Larsson and Hanna Åkerström from the Stockholm-based band called Goodnight Greatness, who earlier this year released a song called 'Six Days'. 00:00 Introduction 01:00 'Six Days' 03:47 Interview with Astrid Larsson and Hanna Åkerström 24:17 Ragnhild's…
 
British musician Callum Plowright, is the singer-songwriter for a band I used to play with called 'Oh Howl'. Together with violinist Raphaela Cornut we played many gigs in Manchester, and we recorded a cd. The six songs on the cd are featured in this episode. 00:00 'Seize' 02:57 Introduction 04:12 Enter: Callum, and the Story of Oh Howl 16:57 'Seve…
 
Anthony Leigh Dunstan is an Australian/Dutch composer, writer and voice actor based in The Netherlands. We get to take part in the story of his journey as a musician, and we also get to hear several excerpts from his compositions. 00:00 'Huh' for solo baritone saxophone, performed by Ian Richter. (Anthony writes: "Huh is a piece for solo baritone s…
 
Amsterdam-based live-coding rap group Panda Zooicide (see their website for full description), took the time to answer my questions about influences, aesthetics, and being a parent as a touring musician. The music in this episode can be listened to further on Soundcloud, among other platforms. But if you can, make sure to see them live. 00:00 'BAMB…
 
Sarah Jeffery is a British musician, recorder-player, youtuber and educator who lives in the Netherlands. And she loves doing her taxes. The music in this episode is from her album from 2018, called 'Constellations - Minimal Music for Recorders'. 00:00 'Vermont Counterpoint' by Steve Reich 02:48 Introduction 03:26 Enter: Sarah 04:44 Her recorder-pl…
 
British musician Kim Gajraj, based in Stockholm, holds workshops on using ones voice. She shares her unique story with us, -as well as a vocal improvisation and a practically business-oriented new song! 00:00 Improvisation 00:58 Introduction 02:04 Kim introduces herself 05:05 From dark silence to light, creativity and sound 11:25 Academics and voic…
 
British harpist Alexander Rider, generously shares his journey as a musician and freelancer with us, as well as some live performances of French repertoire. 00:00 'Grand Sonata' by Dizi- live in concert 01:53 Introduction 02:41 Alex introduces himself 08:30 Researching the history of the harp and harpists 16:37 'La Voliere Magique' by Marcel Tourni…
 
Turkish musician Burak Mungan talks about kirtan, medicine songs, collective music-making, yoga, and Turkish psychedelic folk from the 70's. The music in this episode gives a small impression of how a kirtan gathering can sound like, through private recordings used with permission from Burak. 00:00 Sita-Ram 00:20 Introduction 01:04 Burak introduces…
 
Norwegian musician Jogeir Daae Mæland, took the time to talk with me about his musical journey, about contentment, practice, Kalandra, making money, and why it can be worth signing up with a record label. The music featured in this episode is by Jogeir. 00:00 'Frozen moments V1' 00:32 Introduction 01:12 Jogeir introduces himself 03:00 How the journ…
 
Russian/Dutch musician Maya Fridman, found some time during her busy days to have a talk about playing the cello and being a musician... 00:00 'The Song of Songs' by Karen Tanaka, from the album 'Red Velvet' (2017) 00:30 Introduction 01:39 Maya introduces herself 03:00 Presence during performance 07:55 Practising and scheduling, mental practice and…
 
A follow-up to episode number 1, where I look back at the time that has passed since I decided to find work as a cellist. Support this podcast: Support Ragnhild Wesenberg on Ko-fi.com! ❤️ - Ko-fi ❤️ Where creators get donations from fans, with a 'Buy Me a Coffee' Page. For any comments, my email address is ragnhild@wesenberg.org or find this podcas…
 
Romanian-Norwegian artist Vasile Baghiuc, shares the story of his journey from taking music lessons as a child in Romania, working as a trombone and brass teacher, conductor and composer in the far north of Norway, and now venturing into a career as an artist. 00:00 'In Times of Searching' 01:24 Introduction 01:53 Vasile introduces himself 09:34 Te…
 
Swedish musician Tobias Karlehag, shares his story as a percussionist, modular synth performer, improviser and composer. The music featured in this episode is from his album 'Process'. 00:00 'Stay' 03:36 Welcome 04:16 Tobias introduces himself 08:00 About his album 'Process' ('Stay' continued) 11:30 Modular synth for dummies 16:49 'Illusive Passage…
 
Icelandic/British musician, composer and performer Matthías Sigurðsson, shares his story as a musician with us. From clarinet to live electronics, Reykjavik to Amsterdam, student to freelancer to student again, we get to hear about an exciting journey as well as lots of Matthías' music. The music in this episode is all composed and performed by Mat…
 
Polish pianist Aleksandra Bobrowska, took the time to share her thoughts on the projects that are currently close to her heart. We also get to hear excerpts from her recording of the Chopin mazurkas, as well as a taste of Duo Aldice, the duo she has with singer Candice Ielo. 00:00 Chopin, Op.7 nr.4 00:28 Pre-intro intro 00:56 Introducing Aleksandra…
 
Portugese musician Martim Pocinho, based in Manchester (UK), shares his thoughts and music with us. We talk about inspiration, challenges, and the vulnerability of working alone. All music featured in this episode is by Martim Pocinho, aka Soul Bananas. 00:00 'Silver Spaceships' 03:41 Introduction 04:25 Martim introduces himself and Soul Bananas 06…
 
Swedish guitarists Emil Greilert and Karl-Johan Thenström share their thoughts on musical creativity, how one can make money these days, and if the album as format is obsolete. The music featured in this episode is by the band 'sthlm underground', and solo projects by Emil. Details are in the timeline section of the show notes. 00:00 'När Mörkret F…
 
Spanish musician Guillem Duquette dropped by to talk about inspiration, the horrors of recording oneself, and the word 'musician' as identity. The music featured in this episode is by Guillem Duquette. 00:00 'The Rug' 03:10 Introduction 06:50 'Portugal' 09:15 The future, the creative process, musician as identity 14:35 [coda] 16:00 Finding the voic…
 
Norwegian musician and improviser Inga Margrete Aas, reflects on life as a musician. All music in this episode is from the album 'How Forests Think'(2020) by Vilde&Inga. 00:00 'lll' from the album 'How Forests Think' 04:48 Introduction to the episode 05:57 Inga introduces herself and 'How Forests Think' 08:31 'lX' from the album 'How Forests Think'…
 
Since early 2020 our lives have been shaped by the reactions to covid-19 by authorities in the countries we live in, making musician life more difficult for some than for others. This episode is not a political discussion of any kind; we get to hear harpist Anastasia Razvalyaeva talk about her experience of the time that passed since the lockdowns …
 
Dutch/South-African cellist and composer Wilma Pistorius, shares her thoughts and experiences with us. We talk about how to plan and structure our days as musicians, how to set prices for our services, and how important it is to enjoy what we are doing. 00:00 'Introduction' composed and performed by Wilma Pistorius 03:16 Introduction to the episode…
 
Slovenian pianist and composer, Kaja Draksler, talks about managing a busy career as a freelance musician and the challenges she's facing, how it all started, and her traumatic childhood experiences regarding reading sheet music. The music featured in this episode is composed by Kaja Draksler, except ‘To Pianists’ which is an improvisation together…
 
The first episode of The Musician’s Journey Podcast is a short introduction where the host, Ragnhild Wesenberg, explains in what kind of a context this project was born. Her website is ragnhildwesenberg.com And for any comments, use this email address: ragnhild@wesenberg.org Podcast soundtrack is performed and recorded by Mohamed Amer. If you want …
 
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