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radioWissen
Anita Lasker-Wallfisch - Die Cellistin von Auschwitz

radioWissen

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2023 21:40


Ihr Überleben verdankte Anita Lasker-Wallfisch wohl nur der Tatsache, dass sie Cello spielen konnte. Als Cellistin im Mädchenorchester von Auschwitz überlebte sie das NS-Vernichtungslager. (BR 2014)

The Musician's Journey Podcast
08 - CHAD LEWINE: Songwriter. Performer. Messenger.

The Musician's Journey Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2023 53:09


"I am more of an activist than a musician", he says.Chad Lewine has had enough of the bad vibes coming from the popular music of today, where violence, addiction and misogyny are glamourized."Your energy is being sucked out of you and you don't even know it."His tagline is POP. FOR GOOD.The world could use a bit more positivity.So, what does it mean to 'heal the music industry'?(And who are 'they'?)The answer is simple: diversification through monetary redistribution, and a moral clean-up.But healing the industry starts with healing the individual.Admitting that we are screwed up, and reminding ourselves that we are divine.And -that music isn't free. But who cares? My music is where I belong.------------------------------------[05:00] 'Boomerang' by Chad Lewine [11:10] TikTok - toxic vs useful[14:40] A bit of Chad's career story[17:12] Chad's mission: POP. FOR GOOD[29:50] Music as a factor of belonging[41:10] Perspectives on life[46:30] How to join the movement -------------------------------------Chad's Homepage-------------------------------------Ragnhild's online Cello Course Get 15% off with the code TMJP at check-out.————Are you curious about The Box? Go to theboxworkshop.com, use code CELLO for 30% off your first month.-------------------------------------Support this podcast via Ko-fiThe Musician's Journey Podcast's playlist on SpotifyPodcast soundtrack by Mohamed Amer. Follow his musical journey on Instagram-------------------------------------

The Musician's Journey Podcast
08 - CHAD LEWINE: Songwriter. Performer. Messenger.

The Musician's Journey Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2023 53:09


"I am more of an activist than a musician", he says.Chad Lewine has had enough of the bad vibes coming from the popular music of today, where violence, addiction and misogyny are glamourized."Your energy is being sucked out of you and you don't even know it."His tagline is POP. FOR GOOD.The world could use a bit more positivity.So, what does it mean to 'heal the music industry'?(And who are 'they'?)The answer is simple: diversification through monetary redistribution, and a moral clean-up.But healing the industry starts with healing the individual.Admitting that we are screwed up, and reminding ourselves that we are divine.And -that music isn't free. But who cares? My music is where I belong.------------------------------------[05:00] 'Boomerang' by Chad Lewine [11:10] TikTok - toxic vs useful[14:40] A bit of Chad's career story[17:12] Chad's mission: POP. FOR GOOD[29:50] Music as a factor of belonging[41:10] Perspectives on life[46:30] How to join the movement -------------------------------------Chad's Homepage-------------------------------------Ragnhild's online Cello Course Get 15% off with the code TMJP at check-out.————Are you curious about The Box? Go to theboxworkshop.com, use code CELLO for 30% off your first month.-------------------------------------Support this podcast via Ko-fiThe Musician's Journey Podcast's playlist on SpotifyPodcast soundtrack by Mohamed Amer. Follow his musical journey on Instagram-------------------------------------

Dark Dice
The Long Road: Chapter 3A: Castigation

Dark Dice

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 36:35


The team escapes Ilmater's Hope, and continues north. Try our next 5e adventure - Darkness Under The Mountain: https://www.patreon.com/posts/beta-access-76687482 Story by Travis Vengroff (Game Master) Produced, Edited, and with Sound Design by Travis Vengroff Production Assistance by Hem Cleveland Transcriptions by Travis Vengroff Mixing and Mastering by Dayn Leonardson Cast: Balmur - Jeff Goldblum Narrator / Game Master - Travis Vengroff Father Sindri Westpike – Eyþór Viðarsson Rowena Granitepike – Hem Cleveland Sir Aelius Drez - Sinclair Bell Music: (in order of appearance) Music Director - Travis Vengroff "Domain of the Nameless God" & "Theme of the Realmweaver"- Written, orchestrated, and performed by Steven Melin, Copyists Peter Jones & Steven Melin, with Vocals by Aeralie Brighton, Hurdy-Gurdy & Hammered Dulcimer by Enzo Puzzovio, and Budapest Strings Recorded by Musiversal "Journey From Ilmater's Hope", "Empty Hearts" – Arranged and Performed by Travis Vengroff with Cello by Sam Boase-Miller and stock media provided by avinograd/ Pond5, Written and Performed by Andrey Vinogradov "Ilmater's Hope: Winter" & "Campfire" written and performed by Steven Melin, orchestrated by Christopher Siu, featuring Scott Semanski, Matheus Souza, Enzo Puzzovio on Hurdy Gurdy & Hammer Dulcimer, Copyists Peter Jones & Steven Melin, and featuring Budapest Strings (orchestra) recorded by Musiversal Dark Dice art by Allen Morris with lettering by Kessi Riliniki This is a Fool and Scholar Production. For early episodes and bonus content join us at: https://www.patreon.com/FoolandScholar Check out our Merch: www.DarkDice.com Free Transcripts are also available: https://www.patreon.com/posts/dark-dice-22460850 Special Thanks to: Our Patreon supporters! | Hem Cleveland | The Lucky Die Podcast | Our Fool & Scholar Discord Lampreys! | Carol Vengroff Sound Effects: (attribution) 419231__inspectorj__horse-whinny-close-a Content Warnings: Eating Disorder, Lack of Self-Control, Loss, Memory Loss, Mourning Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Rádio Gaúcha
Beatles em Concerto - Ayres Potthoff (flauta), Daniel Wolff (violão) e Rodrigo Alquati (cello)

Rádio Gaúcha

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 28:52


Beatles em Concerto se utiliza da linguagem erudita para tocar músicas dos Beatles.

Downhill Fast
Season 7 Ep 1: New chapters, new "workout" challege, and a baby! Oh my!

Downhill Fast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 73:32


The new year kicks off season 7! Tamara is podcasting from her new digs. Still getting settled and unpacking. Cooking is more fun having all of her kitchen things again. Rheannon was impressed with the dinner Tamara made, but completely ignored the fancy carrots. Tamara had a great New Years playing board games and video games. The holidays also brought visiting family. Rheannon had a New Years that included an amazing steak.  Tamara moving in was really enjoying finding all of her things. Rheannon was disappointed that Tamara didn't choose fiber when picking internet. Can internet be too fast? Tamara still has questions.  Rheannon shares the very exciting news that floor remodel was completed this winter to be ready her baby. Tamara is very excited to be the baby's god mother.  Tamara is ready help plan baby showers or anything needed.  Rheannon is thinking outside of the box for the baby's changing table. Season seven kicked off the new year and new exciting chapters! Clearly the year will be filled with a lot of firsts, and a new workout challenge. Something is sure to go downhill fast in season seven. 

Músicas posibles
Músicas posibles - En el cine - 08/01/23

Músicas posibles

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023 54:06


De Korzeniowski a Shigeru Umebayashi, de Rodrigo Leão a Alberto Iglesias, de Philip Aaberg a Rachel Portman y Raphaela Gromes músicas creadas para contarmos historias. Revolving Door + Charms Abel Korzeniowski W.E. - BSO Yumeji's Theme (From In the Mood for Love) Shigeru Umebayashi, Gidon Kremer, Kremerata Baltica New Seasons - Glass, Pärt, Kancheli, Umebayashi Yumeji’s Theme (From In the Mood for Love) Angèle Dubeau, La Pietà Silence On Joue - Take 2 Motorcycle Location (Floating Landscape)+The Rainy Streets of Kyoto + Daisy Main Theme + Dreamland Main Theme Shigeru Umebayashi Best Kept Secrets (Part 2) Cinema+ Deep Blue Rodrigo Leão Cinema Hable con ella Alberto Iglesias Hable con ella (BSO) Tessa's Death Alberto Iglesias The Constant Gardener (BSO) The Story Of Naomi Uemura + Diva - Sentimental Walk Philip Aaberg Cinema Frozen Lake Rachel Portman, Raphaela Gromes Frozen Lake (from The Human Stain, Arr. for Piano & Cello) Escuchar audio

Friday Night Gamecast
Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild (ft. Chazzy of the Side Projekt Podcast)

Friday Night Gamecast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 138:44


Our second ever episode of the FNGC Fireside Talks is a huge one with a brand new cast member, Chazzy of the Side Projekt Podcast. Chazzy has done some incredible work in the video game, anime and cosplay space and shares some awesome stories from his experiences at Anime Pasadena and L.A. Comic Con.  Even better we take time to really have a deep dive into one of Chazzy's all time favorite games, Breath of the Wild! You're going to enjoy this one folks strap in.(00:35) - Intro(03:05) - Interview with Chazzy of the Side Projekt Podcast(55:23) - Breath of the Wild Review(02:12:28) - OutroPlease follow Chazzy at all your favorite platforms using the link below! (Specifically be sure to follow @ighateschazzy - he's got some hilarious skits that are a must-see)https://lnk.bio/prjktIntro/Outro: Le carnaval des animaux: XIII. Le cygne (Arr. Hazell for Cello and Orchestra) [Performed by Han-Na Chang, Leonard Slatkin, Philharmonic Orchestra, Aline Brewer]Intermission/Game Music: Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild OST [Composed by: Manaka Kataoka; Yasuaki Iwata; Hajime Wakai]If you want to reach out to Nick and Will personally to engage with us about the show, follow us on any link here:https://linktr.ee/FridayNightGamecastSupport the show

Never Shut Up: The Daily Tori Amos Show
100 Pieces: 48 Battle of Trees

Never Shut Up: The Daily Tori Amos Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 20:38


Words! They cut like a knife! ~ Erik Satie Gnossiennes 1-3 for Cello and Piano (LINK HERE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZkSBFFTbZKI)

CMS Inside Chamber Music Podcast
Chopin's Nocturne in E-flat major & Sonata in G minor

CMS Inside Chamber Music Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 50:49


On this week's lecture, resident lecturer Bruce Adolphe discusses Chopin's Nocturne in E-flat major for Piano, Op. 9, No. 2 as well as Chopin's Sonata in G minor for Cello and Piano, Op. 65. Featuring a performance by Nicholas Canellakis, cello; Michael Stephen Brown, piano

Things Musicians Don't Talk About

***This episode deals covers topics including eating disorders, mental illness and the Holocaust. Kate talks about them incredibly respectfully and not in graphic details, but for listeners that would rather sit this one out, we understand***It's our last episode of 2022 and this time, we're speaking to the exceptional Dr. Kate Kennedy, broadcaster, academic, cellist and writer, who specialises in combining biography, words and music. She is also the Co-Director of the Oxford Centre for Life-writing and a research fellow at the University of Oxford.We talk to her from the crypt of St. Clement Danes (with somebody's wedding going on above our heads), discussing her own experiences in life and in music, and about her current work on her book, Cello, an autobiography of the instrument itself and its musicians. We were particularly interested in her biography of war poet and musician, Ivor Gurney, speaking about his own struggles with mental illness and confinement to an asylum in later life. (Dweller in Shadows: A Life of Ivor Gurney, Princeton Press, 2021)We're incredibly grateful to Kate for her eloquence and candidness about her own encounters with injury and struggles during her teenage years and early adulthood. It truly is a pleasure to listen to her, and interviewing her was such an enriching experience, and we cannot wait to read her future works.Follow Kate on TwitterKate's websiteFind TMDTA on all the socials at @tmdtapodcastOur website is: www.thingsmusiciansdonttalkabout.comSupport us on Patreon for £3 a month and get access to extra episodes and content!Or buy us a KofiIt's over and out from us for the year, and wishing you all an incredibly soul-warming holiday and New Year!Love Becca, Katy and Hattie xx Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

The Orchestra Teacher Podcast
46. Cello Email Scam EXPOSED! (Audio Only)

The Orchestra Teacher Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 13:00


46. Cello Email Scam EXPOSED! (Audio Only) If you would like to watch the video of episode you can find it here: https://youtu.be/p3-YEcYFRQc This episode tells my most recent encounter with an email scam involving a "free" cello. I hope it will be entertaining and informative! When in doubt, don't click on links in emails or make arrangements for deals that are too good to be true. It's probably a scam! This scam involved offering a "free" cello where the victim pays for shipping via Venmo, CashApp, or Zelle, but never receives the cello. The scammer specifically asks for "friends and family" Venmo which removes purchase protection. In addition, the scammer acts as both the shipping company and the person giving away the cello, using two email addresses. Download this a helpful document on how to avoid scams from the CISA (The US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency). Be safe, everyone! --- Your support is appreciated! If you are enjoying The Orchestra Teacher Podcast, please consider becoming a supporter for as little as 99 cents per month. I am working hard to bring on some amazing educators who will share ideas, tell their story, and offer some support for all of you. I have invested a lot of time in putting it all together and money purchase equipment that will help provide the best possible listening experience. Here is the link: https://anchor.fm/orchestrateacher/support Thank you for your continued support! If you have suggestions for podcast guests, please let me know by providing a name and contact information. Subscribe to The Orchestra Teacher Website, YouTube Channel, and Podcast! Website: http://www.orchestrateacher.net YouTube Channel: http://youtube.com/theorchestrateacher Podcast on Anchor.fm: https://anchor.fm/orchestrateacher Podcast on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/5pvAWs3uftZ5FJ2KyZYU0z Podcast on Google: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy9mNjU1ZWEwL3BvZGNhc3QvcnNz Podcast on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-orchestra-teacher-podcast/id1489358262 ——— Product Promotion: I've been using this new budgeting app called YouNeedABudget (YNAB for short) and it is a game changer! I have never felt so in control of my money and so excited about the future. Sign-up for YNAB and then we can nerd out together! Sign up for a free 7 day trial at: tinyurl.com/youneedabudgetnow --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/orchestrateacher/support

The Mind Over Finger Podcast
156 Thomas Mesa: Process, Patience, & Creativity

The Mind Over Finger Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 38:49


So happy to close 2022 with a wonderful artist, cello soloist Tommy Mesa! Catch his insight on practicing, developing and maintaining a solo career, how he deals with resistance, and taking breaks and coming back to playing after one, and much more! Available everywhere you listen to podcasts.   MORE ABOUT THOMAS MESA Website: https://thomasmesacello.com/ YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/MrTjmesa Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Tjmesa90/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tommy_j_mesa/     DOWNLOAD THE TRANSCRIPT FROM THIS EPISODE HERE   Do you have specific questions for me or my guests you would like answered on the podcast? Share them with me HERE!   Practicing for Peak Performance: Your Step-by-step Roadmap to Optimal Performance! Get you self-paced program HERE and transform how you perform TODAY!   Mind Over Finger Visit MindOverFinger.com for resources on mindful practice and information on how to work with me. Sign up for my newsletter to receive your free guide to a highly productive mindful practice and to get the transcripts of the Mind Over Finger Podcast episodes delivered to your inbox. Join the Join the Mind Over Finger Community  for access to my live videos and to exchange with a community of like-minded musicians. www.mindoverfinger.com https://www.facebook.com/mindoverfinger/ https://www.facebook.com/groups/mindoverfinger https://www.instagram.com/mindoverfinger/   THANK YOU: Most sincere thank you to composer Jim Stephenson who graciously provided the show's musical theme:  Concerto #1 for Trumpet and Chamber Orchestra – Movement 2: Allegro con Brio, performed by Jeffrey Work, trumpet, and the Lake Forest Symphony, conducted by Jim Stephenson. A HUGE thank you to my fantastic producer, Bella Kelly, who makes this podcast as pleasant to listen to as possible for you!  

Gamereactor TV - Norge
Tina Guo On The Beauty Between Cello and Heavy Metal (A Christmas Interview)

Gamereactor TV - Norge

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 15:17


Gamereactor TV - Italiano
Tina Guo On The Beauty Between Cello and Heavy Metal (A Christmas Interview)

Gamereactor TV - Italiano

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 15:17


Gamereactor TV - Inglês
Tina Guo On The Beauty Between Cello and Heavy Metal (A Christmas Interview)

Gamereactor TV - Inglês

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 15:17


Gamereactor TV - Español
Tina Guo On The Beauty Between Cello and Heavy Metal (A Christmas Interview)

Gamereactor TV - Español

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 15:17


Gamereactor TV - English
Tina Guo On The Beauty Between Cello and Heavy Metal (A Christmas Interview)

Gamereactor TV - English

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 15:17


REVERIES
REVERIES 22 #51 “time limit”

REVERIES

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 4:22


I wonder if this will be the last revery of this year. it seems likely. Hasn’t been an easy year, hasn’t been easy to keep up, to get in a rhythm. This one I’m doing in the morning, very strange. But it has been amazing to make and share and I am not tired at […] The post REVERIES 22 #51 “time limit” first appeared on Luke Janela.

REVERIES
REVERIES 22 #50 “the midst of winter”

REVERIES

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 6:06


here we are my friend I’ll sing you an old song The post REVERIES 22 #50 “the midst of winter” first appeared on Luke Janela.

Cities and Memory - remixing the sounds of the world

A cello improvisation performed by Oxford Improvisers in 2014, recorded by Cities and Memory. 

Midday
Cellist Amit Peled, in concert with his Peabody student Cello Gang

Midday

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 32:06


Midday on Music continues now in the studio of our sister station, WTMD in Towson, where we are fortunate to be joined by members of the Mount Vernon Virtuosi Cello Gang. The founder of the Virtuosi is Amit Peled, an internationally acclaimed ‘cellist and conductor and, for the past two decades, a professor at Hopkins' Peabody Institute conservatory. Peled founded the Mount Vernon Virtuosi five years ago to provide professional opportunities for young musicians, and to bring music to people young and old throughout the Baltimore-Washington area, in venues that are not restricted to just concert halls. The Mount Vernon Virtuosi Cello Gang is a rotating ensemble composed of Peled and five of his gifted Peabody student cellists who frequently tour the country. The Gang currently includes Shawn Hsu, Paul Lee, Rachel Taylor, Natalia Vilchis and Jiaoyang Xu. For today's Midday mini-concert, the group performs three distinctive works beautifully arranged for six cellos: Georg Golterman's Serenade, Op.119, No. 2; Sergei Rachmaninoff's Vocalise; and a Brett Howland medley arrangement of Leonard Cohen's Hallelujah and George David Weiss's What a Wonderful World. You can find video of today's performances by the Mount Vernon Virtuosi ‘Cello Gang on the WYPR YouTube page. Amit Peled and his Cello Gang's performance today previews their concerts in Montgomery County, Maryland, this weekend. They'll be playing on Saturday, December 10 at 4pm at the Spencerville Church in Silver Spring.On Sunday, December 11, they will play two shows at the Bender Jewish Community Center in Rockville, at 2:00 and 4:00pm. Click the links for more details.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

365读书|精选美文
贝托尔特·布莱希特:一个工人读史的疑问

365读书|精选美文

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 4:36


微信公众号:「365读书」(dus365),有不定期赠书福利;微博:365读书v。主播:潮羽&云公子,365天每天更新一期。 文字版已在微信公众号【365读书】发布 。QQ:587586744 背景音乐:1.Joe Bongiorno - Mystical;2.Johann Pachelbel - Canon in D (Violin, Cello & Harp);3.Johann Sebastian Bach - Air -Suite No. 3 In D Major, Bwv 1068。

Creative Strings Podcast with Violinist Christian Howes: Exploring intersections between creativity, music education, string

How to amplify the violin and get a good sound. Electric violin vs acoustic violin. Pickups vs amplifiers. Electric Violin Effects, how to use loops for violin, and related gear for violin, viola, and cello, are answered in this interview with Matt Bell of Electric Violin Shop #electricviolin #electricviolinshop Watch the video version here: https://youtu.be/bo4Y2gGGBJ8 Thanks to Electric Violin Shop for supporting CreativeStrings Podcast Thanks also to Yamaha for supporting us. I recommend Yamaha electric violins, violas, cellos, and basses. For Transcriptions, Lessons & Proven Strategies to Grow Your Musicianship, subscribe to my free newsletter. It's actionable and loved by 10,000 subscribers. Subscribe here: https://swiy.co/Subscribe_CH (0:00) Intro (2:13) Welcome Matt Bell of Electric Violin Shop (4:37) Gear questions for electric violins and violins with pickups (10:54) Violin pick-ups vs solid body violin (14:47) TwoSet Violin (a friendly debate ) (23:29) Amplified Violin Gear Audit (33:13) Amplified violin Tone audit (36:59) Living as a working musician

Sticky Notes: The Classical Music Podcast

In the late summer or early autumn of 1828, Schubert completed an extraordinary work, his String Quintet in C Major. 6 weeks later, he was dead. Nowadays this piece is considered to be one of the most sublime 50 minutes to an hour that exists in all of music. But when Schubert completed this quintet, he sent a letter to the publisher Heinrich Albert Probst, to ask him to publish it. Schubert wrote: ‘Among other things, I have composed three sonatas for piano solo, which I should like to dedicate to Hummel. I have also set several poems by Heine of Hamburg, which went down extraordinarily well here, and finally have completed a Quintet for 2 violins, 1 viola and 2 violoncellos. I have played the sonatas in several places, to much applause, but the Quintet will only be tried out in the coming days. If any of these compositions are perhaps suitable for you, let me know.'  The quintet was ignored by Probst, and we don't know if Schubert ever heard that rehearsal of his quintet.  When Schubert died, it was utterly forgotten until 1850, over 20 years after Schubert had put these notes down on paper. The well known at the time Hellmesberger quartet discovered the quintet, began performing it, and finally, in 1853, the piece was published for the very first time. Slowly, as so many great works of art do, it caught on, until today it is one of the most beloved works in the entire Western Classical music universe. But it's not an easy piece to talk, or to write, about. Long associated with Schubert's impending death, though we have no evidence that he knew he was dying when he wrote the piece, it is often seen as a work full of shadows and shades, despite its C Major key and often ebullient character. Writers, thinkers, and podcasters I should add, have often found it difficult to put their finger on the fundamental character of this remarkable piece, which I actually find to be an asset, not a problem to be solved. Schubert's music is so beautiful because it speaks to everyone in a different way. Unlike Beethoven, who grabbed you and shook you and told you to listen to what he had to say, Schubert invites us in, has us sit down for while, and lets us take part in his remarkably complex emotional world. Today we'll explore why Schubert wrote a string quintet at all, how he uses that extra cello in such beautiful ways, Schubert's sense of melody, his expansive scope, and so much more. Join us!

United and Resilient
Music & Its Healing Properties

United and Resilient

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 36:47


In our last episode for the year, we discover the benefits of music. Music is all around us, regulating our feelings and bringing good vibes when we need it. It allows us to feel all the emotions that we experience in our lives and recall fond memories. Listening to music can reduce anxiety, blood pressure, and pain, as well as improve sleep quality, mood, mental alertness, and boost energy. It can enhance brain activity and improve our health and well-being.We converse with renowned international music artist, Zuill Bailey. Bailey is a Grammy-Award-winning American Cellist, who has produced more than 30 chart-topping titles, performed at the Walt Disney Concert Hall, the Kennedy Center, and Carnegie Hall, to name a few. He is the Artistic Director of El Paso Pro-Musica and a Professor of Cello at the University of Texas at El Paso.This month's intermission segment, "Where Were You on August 3rd?" features the owner of Instruments of Healing and sound healing teacher, Cesar Lujan. Lujan gives us a personal account of the August 3, 2019 tragedy.

KZradio הקצה
Cinemascope 356: 2022 Roundup Part 1 - The year of the Cello

KZradio הקצה

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 61:12


Before The Stream
Nirvana Unplugged: All Apologies, with Heather Woods Broderick

Before The Stream

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 50:49


Before the Stream is currently talking about Nirvana's MTV Unplugged In New York one song at a time. We finally had to go out of song order for this one, but you'll be glad to get it sooner. Singer/Songwriter/cellist/multi-instrumentalist Heather Woods Broderick joins Jason to talk about the penultimate song of the performance All Apologies. The two friends and sometimes bandmates discuss Heather's memories of Nirvana, grunge music, and Unplugged before moving through a variety of topics like live performance versus recorded performance, how people will get inspired to learn an instrument in the future, songwriting, and more.  Subscribe, rate and review wherever you listen to podcasts. Email: beforethestreampodcast@gmail.com Twitter: beforethestream Instagram: beforethestream  

Lower Cape TV Podcast
Young Cape Cod Cello Prodigy Charms Audiences

Lower Cape TV Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 2:55


Cameron Renshaw, a cello prodigy, charmed and wowed audiences attending the Cape Symphony's "Forever Young" concerts.  Lower Cape TV's KidNews 22 News Team interviewed Cameron before his performances.

Musik für einen Gast
Beni Huggel, Spitzenfussballer, Unternehmer, TV-Experte

Musik für einen Gast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2022 62:33


Beni Huggel hat alles erlebt, was der Schweizer Fussball zu bieten hat. Sieben Meistertitel, fünf Cupsiege, unvergessliche Nächte in der Champions-League mit dem FC Basel, dazu Auftritte an WM und EM mit der Nationalmannschaft. Unterdessen ist er Unternehmer und hat seinen Weg auch als das gefunden. Dass Beni Huggel Fussballprofi wird, ist nicht vorgesehen. Im Gegenteil. Zwar spielt er als Jugendlicher gern und gut Fussball, tut dies aber als Amateur neben der Schule oder der Lehre als Landschaftsgärtner in Dorfvereinen. Erst beim FC Münchenstein, dann beim FC Arlesheim. Doch dann klopft der grosse FC Basel an und bietet dem 21-jährigen einen Profivertrag. Nach einigen Anfangsschwierigkeiten und einer hartnäckigen Verletzung setzt er sich durch, wird Stammspieler und später Teamstütze beim FC Basel, dann in der Bundesliga bei Eintracht Frankfurt und in der Nationalmannschaft. 2012 tritt Beni Huggel, der 2009 zum «Nationalspieler des Jahres» gewählt worden ist, als Fussballer zurück. Er braucht eine Weile, sich neu zu orientieren. Der Weg als Fussballtrainer scheint zwar vorgegeben, entspricht ihm aber nicht. Schliesslich wird er Unternehmer und gründet neben seiner Coaching-Firma «Beni Huggel bewegt» auch die Plattform «Athletes Network», die die Erfahrungen aus dem Spitzensport mit den Anforderungen aus der Wirtschaft verbindet. Dem Fussball bleibt er trotzdem verbunden. Seit einiger Zeit als TV-Experte bei SRF, als das er gerade an der WM in Katar weilt. Von seiner Leidenschaft für den Fussball und seiner aussergewöhnlichen Karriere, von der Zeit danach und dem Neuanfang als Unternehmer und natürlich auch von der Musik, die er mit Cello und als in einer Schülerband auch aktiv betrieben hat, erzählt Beni Huggel im Gespräch mit Gastgeber Michael Luisier.

Cosmic Bos Improv-revisation
False Promises (Cosmic Bos Mix) - Andrew Hartshorn ft. Natalie Williams Calhoun

Cosmic Bos Improv-revisation

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2022 2:36


False Promises (Cosmic Bos Mix) - Andrew Hartshorn ft. Natalie Williams Calhoun, vocalled and remixed by Cosmic Bos Taken from Cosmic Bos Virtual Normality 2 False Promises is originally a song on Andrew Hartshorn's album Movie House, which featured Natalie Williams Calhoun's sublime Cello playing. Cosmic Bos liked the song, so Andy wrote lyrics and a melody, recorded it with Nick, sent it to Andrew, and then Nick added Bass and Drums (and a couple of other things), and we called it a Bos Mix. Video shot on a rainy day by Andy out of his front room window. Available on all good internet platforms, you might even find it in the meta verse, but if you like bandcamp then we suggest this link right here https://cosmicbos.bandcamp.com/album/virtual-normality-2 Also, please like, share and subscribe to our podcast and youtube you can find all the links you need under our tree https://linktr.ee/cosmicbos

VSM: Mp3 audio files
The Friendly Beasts from Christmas Carols, coll.3 for viola and cello - Mp3 audio file

VSM: Mp3 audio files

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 1:07


RTÉ - Sunday Miscellany
A cello and a nightingale… General Custer's last handshake and losing - and finding - your own voice

RTÉ - Sunday Miscellany

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 35:35


A cello and a nightingale, General Custer's last handshake, aspirational social housing initiatives and finding your own voice, with Joe Kearney, Henrietta McKervey, John MacKenna, Mary Kate O'Flanagan, Ronan Kelly, James Harpur and John F Deane

Radio Diaries
A Guitar, A Cello and the Day that Changed Music

Radio Diaries

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 17:13


November 23, 1936 was a good day for recorded music. Two men, an ocean apart, sat before a microphone and began to play. One, Pablo Casals, was a cello prodigy who had performed for the Queen of Spain. The other, Robert Johnson, played guitar and was a regular in the juke joints of the Mississippi Delta. These recordings would change music history. This episode originally aired on NPR in 2011.

Frii Lunch
71: Don't Play Me, Play Cello

Frii Lunch

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 67:06


Special thank you to our sponsors: SCARLET OAK CANDLE CO. The Self-Care Experts www.scarletoakcandleco.com Instagram.com/scarletoakcandleco GENERATION ONE LOGISTICS Taking pride in putting our Carriers first, and helping Owner-Operators get premium loads, stay organized, and increase profit. www.GenOneLLC.info Instagram.com/genonellc BULLSEYE LLC Ready! Aim! Bullseye! Where safety is our ammo. www.bullseye-LLC.com Instagram.com/bullseye_llc On this episode, Frii and young veteran Cellist, Johnathan Moore, discuss finding passion at a young age, the will to not give up, childhood memories or mud pies and Chico sticks, and why we need a break sometimes from the things we love. FOLLOW OUR GUESTS HERE: instagram.com/moore_than_talent FOLLOW YOUR HOST HERE: https://linktr.ee/therealfrii --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Classical Kids Corner
The Rich and Vibrant Cello

Classical Kids Corner

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2022 5:00


Episode 104 playlist J. S. Bach: Cello Suite No. 1 in G Major, BWV 1007: Prélude — Performed by Yo -Yo Ma Johann Sebastian Bach - Cello Suite No. 1 Prelude by Anonymous: Song of the Birds - Performed by Sheku Kanneh-Mason & CBSO Cellos Anonymous - Song of the Birds by Francesco Gasparini: Cantate da camera a voce sola, Op 1 — Performed by Roberta Invernizzi, Auser Musici & Carlo Ipata Francesco Gasparini - Cantate da camera a voce sola, Op 1 by Harold Arlen: Over the Rainbow — Performed by Yo-Yo Ma & Kathryn Stott Harold Arlen - Over the Rainbow by Akua Dixon: Afrika! Afrika! — Performed by Akua Dixon Akua Dizon - Afrika! Afrika! by You can now search and listen to YourClassical Adventures where podcasts are found. Explore more from YourClassical Adventures! What are you curious about? You must be 13 or older to submit any information to American Public Media/Minnesota Public Radio. The personally identifying information you provide will not be sold, shared, or used for purposes other than to communicate with you about things like our programs, products and services. See Terms of Use and Privacy.

The Rest of the Story: Revisited | Paul Harvey
How a Cello Player Saved the Show | Arturo Toscanini

The Rest of the Story: Revisited | Paul Harvey

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2022 3:47


Stranded so far from home, the Italian musicians were terrified of the riotous audience awaiting outside the stage curtain in Brazil. Their conductor, the man everyone came to see, had recently quit and left the group in shambles. How would they save this night and how would they calm the tempest? Tune in for the rest of the story!https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arturo_Toscanini

Dark Dice
The Long Road: Chapter 2A: Unwelcome

Dark Dice

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 41:03


The team returns to the church at Ilmater's Hope, but all is not well. Check out Backwater Bastards - backwaterbastards.com Follow us on Twitch - Twitch.tv/foolandscholar Our panel at London Comic Con - youtube.com/watch?v=g_mlzn2Ga8c Story by Travis Vengroff (Game Master) Produced, Edited, and with Sound Design by Travis Vengroff Production Assistance by Hem Cleveland Transcriptions by Kessi Riliniki Mixing and Mastering by Dayn Leonardson Cast: Balmur - Jeff Goldblum Narrator / Game Master - Travis Vengroff Father Sindri Westpike – Eyþór Viðarsson Rowena Granitepike – Hem Cleveland Rousin – Erika Sanderson Fuchs – Florian Seidler Nyx Hellshield - Timur Yakhlakov Gunther – Lani Minella Music: (in order of appearance) Music Director - Travis Vengroff "Domain of the Nameless God" - Written, orchestrated, and performed by Steven Melin, Copyists Peter Jones & Steven Melin, with Vocals by Aeralie Brighton, Hurdy-Gurdy & Hammered Dulcimer by Enzo Puzzovio, and Budapest Strings Recorded by Musiversal "Journey From Ilmater's Hope", "Empty Hearts" – Arranged and Performed by Travis Vengroff with Cello by Sam Boase-Miller and stock media provided by avinograd/ Pond5, Written and Performed by Andrey Vinogradov "Ilmater's Hope: Winter" & "Steel & Shadows" written and performed by Steven Melin, orchestrated by Christopher Siu, featuring Scott Semanski, Matheus Souza, Enzo Puzzovio on Hurdy Gurdy & Hammer Dulcimer, Copyists Peter Jones & Steven Melin, and featuring Budapest Strings (orchestra) recorded by Musiversal "Conspiracy: Remix" written and performed by Brandon Boone, orchestrated by Christopher Siu & Catherine Nguyen, Budapest Strings (orchestra) recorded by Musiversal, Budapest Choir Recorded by Budapest Scoring, mixed by Steven Melin Dark Dice art by Allen Morris with lettering by Kessi Riliniki This is a Fool and Scholar Production. For early episodes and bonus content join us at: https://www.patreon.com/FoolandScholar Check out our Merch: www.DarkDice.com Free Transcripts are also available: https://www.patreon.com/posts/dark-dice-22460850 Special Thanks to: Our Patreon supporters! | Hem Cleveland | The Lucky Die Podcast | Our Fool & Scholar Discord Lampreys! | Carol Vengroff Sound Effects: (attribution) 419231__inspectorj__horse-whinny-close-a Content Warnings: Abuse of Authority/Power, Drug Use, Gaslighting, Lack of Self-Control, Loss, Memory Loss, Mourning Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Cello Sherpa Podcast
"A Short Update" - Joel Dallow, Producer and Host of The Cello Sherpa Podcast

The Cello Sherpa Podcast

Play Episode Play 51 sec Highlight Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 0:51


Joel Dallow, Producer and Host of The Cello Sherpa Podcast, gives a short status update.

Sermons from Grace Cathedral
The Very Rev. Dr. Malcolm Clemens Young

Sermons from Grace Cathedral

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 11:09


The Invisible Beauty “Then their eyes were opened and they recognized him” (Lk. 24). Forms of beauty exist that we are only dimly aware of. So much happens that we fail to notice. We never experience some of the most beautiful phenomena in nature. Have you ever been in the Pacific Ocean and seen the sun rise over the continent? The light creates a brilliant golden path over the water that seems to go right to you. Under certain conditions, when you are far out beyond the impact zone, air gets trapped in large exploding waves creating a brilliant, short-lived shower of spray and a rainbow. When you really know the water, the texture of the ocean surface reveals currents and eddies that help you to find safety. And on a few days in your lifetime the gray of the sky will perfectly match the gray of the water and the rain will fall in such a way that it seems like a million drops of water are frozen midair just above the surface. Surfing on certain fall days at Ocean Beach the wind blows offshore, the wave doubles up and pitches over your head so that you are encased in smooth walls of emerald green. As the wave collapses behind you spray engulfs you and you are spit out back into the regular world again. I wish so dearly that I could communicate what it feels like to be riding a wave and see a dolphin just below the surface doing the same thing. Because of grief the disciples fail to see the most beautiful thing of all. They fail to see God in the presence of their friend Jesus. Today I especially understand this feeling. Mike Lawler was one of my dearest friends, the one who helped me to see all of what I just described, the generous soul who taught me to surf. Two days ago I learned that he died. At surprising times I keep finding myself emotionally overwhelmed. Mike was a six foot five inch, 220 pound contrarian bull and the world was his China shop. He dropped out of college to pioneer surfing on the Northshore of Oahu. He was not shy about confronting over-educated people who were full of hot air. He was a literary roofing contractor. He said, “I used to write sermons when I was shingling roofs, alone with my thoughts and the rhythm of a hatchet whacking nails into cedar shakes.” We spent hundreds of hours together driving to the beach in his pickup truck. It smelled strongly of wetsuit neoprene, surf wax, and cigar that he later told me he smoked so that his car didn't smell like marijuana. We talked about creativity, painting, science, Martin Heidegger, Werner Erhard and the sixties. He taught me about the culture, art, physics, meteorology, history, ethics, sociology and technique of surfing. He introduced me to the pleasure of old-fashioned donuts and that is what I crave now after every surf session. Each All Souls Requiem at Grace Cathedral feels so different, because nothing seems more particular, more specific than the loss of someone we love. And each year that loss feels different. Today we carry with us the joy of being together after the pandemic but also the weight of so many funerals we have been hosting this fall to honor the many people who died over the last three years. We have had so many more losses as a community I hesitate to even name anyone. Who can imagine life here after Dare's death last week? On Wednesday Chris Keady and I talked about the feeling of Mozart's requiem. Mozart (1756-1791) composed this as he himself was dying and the music conveys a sense of frustration and anger at our limits as human beings. It expresses anxiety about whether we will be forgiven for the damage that we have done. Mozart is not afraid to encourage us to face our sadness. And with the tension and disappointment we also encounter what is beautiful, what we have not yet noticed. The theologian David Bentley Hart writes that, “what is most mysterious and exalted is also that which, strangely enough, turns out to be most ordinary and nearest to hand, and that which is most glorious in its transcendence is also that which is humblest in its wonderful immediacy… we know far more than we are usually aware of knowing…” The modern twentieth century French composer Olivier Messiaen (1908-1992) spent nine months in a World War II German prisoner of war camp composing “Quartet for the End of Time.” It uses the four musical instruments that were available there (Piano, Cello, Violin, Clarinet). He saw such suffering and had every reason to surrender to cynicism. But instead he was fond of paraphrasing Thomas Aquinas (1224-1274) reminding us that, “God dazzles us by an excess of truth.” He writes, “Certain people are annoyed that I believe in God. But I want people to know that God is present in everything, in the concert hall, in the ocean, on a mountain, even on the underground.” The ancient theologian St. Gregory of Nyssa (335-339) believed that death and evil ultimately cannot hinder us in moving toward God. Hart summarizes his theology writing, “Creation is… a partaking in the inexhaustible goodness of God; and its ceaseless flow of light and shadow, constancy and change… while the restless soul, immersed in the spectacle of God's glory, is drawn without break beyond the world to the source of its beauty, to embrace the infinite.” My tough, impermeable, sometimes obnoxious surfing friend Mike Lawler believed this. He was so proud of being a lifelong Episcopalian. The disciples walked many miles without recognizing Jesus and I did the same when I walked with Mike. A few years ago he wrote a December letter to me from his home in Hawaii about his own death. He said death used to seem so far off “to be no bother.” And then he quotes Joan Didion whom he describes as an Episcopalian (from her book The Year of Magical Thinking). Didion writes, "We are not idealized wild beings. We are imperfect mortal beings, aware of that mortality even as we push it away, failed by our very complication, so wired that when we mourn our losses we are mourning, for better or worse, ourselves. As we were we are no longer. As we will one day be not at all… as it was in the beginning is now and ever shall be." Mike closes his letter with these words, “My life has been partly molded by having lost a little sister when I was about thirteen. You are afraid to love [because those you] love will die. I wish there was a way to get over the fear… but this is not a conversation for Advent… The ocean was calm and glassy tonight as the spangled sun made you look and love the world. Your sermon touched me as no other. Love, Mike.” Forms of beauty exist that we are only dimly aware of. We are drawn beyond the world to the source of its beauty. Job 19:21-27a Canticle 9 Luke 24:13-35

The British Broadcasting Century with Paul Kerensa
100 Years in 100 Minutes, part 1 (1922-54)

The British Broadcasting Century with Paul Kerensa

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 33:00


As the BBC turns 100, enjoy 100 Years in 100 Minutes! This is just part 1, 1922-54 - from the company years of Magnet House then Savoy Hill, to the corporation years up to the eve of commercial competition, the last time the BBC was the sole official broadcaster. For the early years, enjoy the archive clips, some very rare - from the first presenters, John Reith and early performers. As time goes on, extracts give way to insights: from experts, podcast listeners and those who were there...   YOU HAVE BEEN LISTENING TO: 1920s: John Reith, Arthur Burrows, Kreisler's Liebesleid (first music on the BBC), A.E. Thompson, Leonard Hawke (Drake Goes West - first music from London), Charles Penrose (The Laughing Policeman), Helena Millais as Our Lizzie, Rev John Mayo, Rev Archibald Fleming, Harold Bishop, Cecil Lewis?, Peter Eckersley, Kathleen Garscadden, Lord Gainford, Dr Kate Murphy, Dr Andrea Smith, Archibald Haddon, Marion Cran, Percy Scholes?, Justin Webb, Nightingale and Cello, Rev Dick Sheppard (first broadcast service), Richard Hughes' Danger (first play), A.J. Alan, King George V, Alan Stafford, Tommy Handley, John Henry and Blossom, Dr Martin Cooper, Harry Graham, Arthur Phillips, Filson Young, H.L. Fletcher, Flotsam and Jetsam, Christopher Stone, Henry Wood, Prof David Hendy, Vita Sackville-West, Clapham and Dwyer, Mabel Constanduros, Toytown   1930s: Norman Long and Stanelli, Harold Nicolson, Simon Rooks, Val Gielgud, Gillie Potter, Henry Hall and the BBC Dance Orchestra, King George VI, Gerald Cock, Elisabeth Welch, Caroll Gibbons and the Savoy Orpheans, Lew Stone, Murgatroyd and Winterbottom, Nelson Keys, Sandy Powell, The Western Brothers, Stuart Hibberd, Charles Siepmann, King Edward VIII, Elizabeth Cowell, Tommy Woodroffe, Bandwaggon, ITMA (Mrs Mopp), Neville Chamberlain, John Snagge   1940s: J.B. Priestley, Winston Churchill, Music While You Work, Edward Stourton, Charles Gardner, Bruce Belfrage, Princess Elizabeth, C.S. Lewis, Stephen Bourne, Una Marson, Nightingale and the Bomber, Charles Huff, Lilliburlero, Romany, Richard Dimbleby, Edward R Murrow, Frank Gillard, Guy Byam, Johnny Beerling, George Elrick, Norman Shelley, Michael Standing, Paul Hayes   1950s: Jeffrey Holland, Julia Lang, Roger Bolton.   (...+ various unknown announcers)   FURTHER LINKS:  Like what we do? Share it! We're on facebook.com/bbcentury, with a separate group on facebook.com/groups/bbcentury, and (while it lasts) on twitter.com/bbcentury. Tag us in, let people know you listen. Love what we do? Support us at patreon.com/paulkerensa The novel based on this podcast is due out in February 2023: Auntie and Uncles - details here: https://amzn.to/3hxe4lX   We look forward to continuing to unpack this century of broadcasting in our usual slower way on the podcast. But next time, join us for part 2 (1955-87) and part 3 (1988-2022). paulkerensa.com/oldradio

The Mind Over Finger Podcast
149 - The Delightful Ten: How to Start Practicing When You Don't Feel Like It!

The Mind Over Finger Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 14:12


A technique to help you get started when you're not in the mood to practice.   Reflection - Here are questions to increase your awareness of the topics I cover in the episode: What would make this process enjoyable for me? How can I make this session productive and interesting for me? What would make this session more pleasant?   >> DOWNLOAD THE TRANSCRIPT FROM THIS EPISODE HERE