Loki highlights the struggle between the students of the Cleveland Institute of Music and Maestro Carlos Kalmar, chats with pianist Jorge Federico Osorio about his new album, "Conciertos Románticos", and speaks to how the critique of interracial dating has come into his life by way of classical musicians. Inside the Crisis at CIM "Conciertos Románticos" "For the Boys" ★ Support this podcast ★
In this bonus episode of TCITC Podcast, Jack discusses every Christian's responsibility to know and defend the gospel. The Chorus in the Chorus Information and Links: Website & Blog: www.chorusinthechaos.com YouTube: https://youtube.com/@thechorusinthechaos7186?si=c0FILXLnzfMzKj1p Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/chorusinthec... Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chorus_in_t... Twitter: https://twitter.com/Chorusnthechaos Intro/Outro Music (by our good friend Nick Illes): https://open.spotify.com/artist/7tnsQ... Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Beginning Oct. 1, 2023, Redemption Christian Church will be singing a new song together called “Jesus Does.” Utilize this song teaching audio/video from Redemption worship minister Ryan Lynton to learn how the song is arranged and get ready to sing together once we gather again.VERSE 1Who tells the sun to rise every morningColors the sky with the shades of His gloryWakes us with mercy and loveJesus doesVERSE 2Who holds the orphan comforts the widowCries for injustice feels every sorrowCarries the pain of His childrenJesus doesCHORUSSo we singPraise to the Father who gave us the SonPraise to the Spirit who's living in usWhen I was a sinner He saved me from who I was('Cause) that's what Jesus doesVERSE 3Who understands the heart of the sinnerShowers His grace over all our mistakesWashes us clean with His bloodJesus doesVERSE 4Who sings the song of sweet forgivenessWho stole the keys to hell and the graveWho has the power to saveJesus doesBRIDGEOh what a FriendOh what a SaviorHe's always been goodHe's always been faithfulHe came to my rescueWhen I needed Him mostAnd saved my soul"Jesus Does" CCLI Song # 7205247. Written by Andrew Bergthold, Ed Cash, Franni Cash, Kyle Briskin, Martin Cash, Scott Cash. © 2022 Angie Feel Good Songs; Bay19; Capitol CMG Genesis; Capitol CMG Paragon; Franni Cash Designee; Martin Cash Designee; Neon District Music; Scott Cash Publishing Designee; We The Kingdom Music. All rights reserved. CCLI License # 2226886.
Weapons are drawn as diplomacy fails; if our heroes are to earn their pay they must keep Tobias alive against the full might of Grimly Castle. Unable to afford discretion, Guy has already openly used his magical abilities. Will his colleagues follow suit? And what exactly is Sir Roland so close to achieving that he would defy the envoy of Baron Thorne? Join us for this actual play D&D adventure inspired by our favorite monster slaying video games of the 90's. We have merch! Check out our shop at 12sidedguys.com/shop and get your very own swag, drip, or whatever the kids call it nowadays. Join the 12 Sided Guys on Discord! https://discord.gg/SJZnpCCx6N Support us at patreon.com/12sidedguys for extra content including bonus episodes, DM notes, and more! -- Additional sound effects from zapsplat.com and tabletopaudio.com.
The Adult Choir and Orchestra Director at Frazer Church in Montgomery, Jordan Sullivan, previewed the Kyiv Symphony Orchestra and Chorus Concert at the church, an outreach of the ministry, Music Mission Kiev, on September 28, 2023, and shared information about the purpose of the ministry. The church's website is frazer.church. The Music Mission Kiev website is musicmissionkiev.org.
Loki shops for Metropolitan Opera tickets, chats with flutist Brandon Patrick George about his new album, "Twofold", and addresses recent police violence against a band director in Alabama. Buy "Twofold" by Brandon Patrick George"Afro Blue" at the Rainbow Room feat. Imani WindsAlabama band director tased by police for not stopping his students' performance ★ Support this podcast ★
Jack, Blake, and Grayson discuss the common Christian struggle of fearing man over fearing God. When we fear man over God, we act in unbelief. This can occur in the fear of physical harm, career concerns, loss of possessions, etc. As Christians, we must aim to learn that the fear of God is the beginning of wisdom and the lens through which we see the world and its challenges. The Chorus in the Chorus Information and Links: Website & Blog: www.chorusinthechaos.com YouTube: https://youtube.com/@thechorusinthechaos7186?si=c0FILXLnzfMzKj1p Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/chorusinthec... Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chorus_in_t... Twitter: https://twitter.com/Chorusnthechaos Intro/Outro Music (by our good friend Nick Illes): https://open.spotify.com/artist/7tnsQ... Email: email@example.com
One of the most enjoyable and rewarding aspects of hosting and running a podcast is when a guest you have just interviewed feels seen, heard and believed. And it is from that place of belonging that he or she so enthusiastically says, “Oh, you know who you should have on your show…” And another bridge is built to another human I wouldn't have met otherwise. Well, this past week, I got to meet one of those incredible humans. David Watson, a former guest once said to me, “You have to interview Tim Seelig for the podcast.” And boy, was David right. This is one of those stories I didn't know I needed to hear to heal. Tim Seelig is the former Director of the San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus and has lived and witnessed historic change in his personal and professional life. Tim is a father, grandfather, author, a speaker, a performer, a conductor, a mentor, a coach and most importantly a friend and lifesaver to a great many humans on this Earth. Tim even won an Emmy for Best Documentary titled After Goodbye: An AIDS Story. This hour flew by and it was so what my heart and soul needed. It was a true honor to spend time in the presence of a modern elder and mystic who reminds us of the power of creativity and connection, and how it saves lives. Thank you, Tim for joining the show and thank you David for the connection. Links to Performances: - Testimony, written by Stephen Schwartz: https://youtu.be/-XZRNL9ZnyM?si=XZET-dmKFe3CUpGO Tim Seelig: Farewell Concert Opening: https://youtu.be/CUnnglbG2nY?si=naZwFMdDqLeW0KWG Stephen Schwartz Acceptance Speech mentioning Tim: https://youtu.be/nNeuQ-6yv6U?si=PtW-wm7z8N913nXh -
The promise of coin and the chance to see Grimly Castle for themselves are enough to convince our heroes to accompany the tax collector Tobias to the home of Sir Roland. As our heroes learn more about each other they have even more questions about what is brewing below the surface of Barograd and the purpose of the Lamplighters' mission there. Join us for this actual play D&D adventure inspired by our favorite monster slaying video games of the 90's. We have merch! Check out our shop at 12sidedguys.com/shop and get your very own swag, drip, or whatever the kids call it nowadays. Join the 12 Sided Guys on Discord! https://discord.gg/SJZnpCCx6N Support us at patreon.com/12sidedguys for extra content including bonus episodes, DM notes, and more! -- Additional sound effects from zapsplat.com and tabletopaudio.com.
In this week's two-part episode, Patrick and Tommie welcome returning guest John Steele to discuss the Long Island Gay Men's Chorus and his upcoming production of the play Red, in which Patrick plays artist Mark Rothko. The men discuss their recent trip to MOMA, look up to the heavens for the world's tallest dog, go hunting with the Jagdterrier, celebrate singers Dick Haymes and Mel Torme, step over the first pedestrian motor vehicle fatality in the U.S., lather up with the TV comedy Soap, and bust some nuts for National Peanut Day. (Part Two of this episode will be released next week.)
1957. Jørn Utzon receives a phone call: he's just won an international competition to design a brand new opera house for the Australian city of Sydney. Utzon is unknown in the field, so this is a triumph. The young architect couldn't have imagined what a bitter victory it would turn out to be... The Guggenheim in Bilbao; the Burj Khalifa in Dubai; the Shard in London. These days, everyone seems to want an iconic building. But Sydney Opera House was the first, the greatest – and the most painful. It's now fifty years since the Opera House was opened. This is its origin story. For a full list of sources, please see the show notes at timharford.com. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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A Unesco conference and archeological summit in Saudi Arabia are the latest examples of the country's increasing focus on culture as part of the so-called Vision 2030 programme. We look at Saudi Arabia's unprecedented and lavishly funded focus on contemporary and ancient culture and how that relates to ongoing concerns about artistic freedom and human rights abuses in the kingdom. Alia Al-Senussi, a cultural strategist, and senior advisor at Art Basel and to the Saudi Ministry of Culture, joins host Ben Luke to discuss the contemporary art scene, and Melissa Gronlund, a reporter on the Middle East for The Art Newspaper, tells us about the push to reveal hitherto underexplored Saudi heritage. The Sierra Leone-born, London-based artist and poet Julianknxx this week unveiled a new project at London's Barbican Centre, Chorus in Rememory of Flight. The multi-screen installation features performers and choirs from the African diaspora who Julianknxx met on a 4,000-mile trip around European cities with colonial histories, from Lisbon via Marseille, Rotterdam and Berlin to London. We talk to him about this epic endeavour. And this episode's Work of the Week is among the greatest works on paper ever made: Michelangelo's studies in red chalk for the Libyan Sibyl, one of the most distinctive figures on his Sistine Chapel ceiling. The drawing features in Michelangelo and Beyond at the Albertina in Vienna and one of its curators, Constanze Malissa, tells us more about it.Art in Saudi Arabia: A New Creative Economy? by Rebecca Anne Proctor, with Alia Al-Senussi, published 30 November, Lund Humphries, £19.99.Julianknxx: Chorus in Rememory of Flight, The Curve, Barbican Centre, London, and online on WePresent, until 11 February 2024; Julianknxx is in A World in Common: Contemporary African Photography, Tate Modern, until 14 January 2024.Michelangelo and Beyond, Albertina, Vienna, 15 September-14 January 2024. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Loki responds to the Philadelphia Orchestra musicians' rejection of a new contract, speaks with President and CEO of Wolf Trap, Arvind Manocha, and shares Bodhisattva wisdom from his weekend at a Black Buddhist retreat in Florida. Philadelphia Orchestra Musicians' Contract Negotiations Stall: https://theviolinchannel.com/philadelphia-orchestra-musicians-contract-negotiations-stall/Illharmonic Orchestra - Hip-Hop's Love Ballad: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JgcFH07BvgA“You Are The Best Thing” - Ray LaMontagne (Ampd Quartet Cover): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t-QQqedCQcU ★ Support this podcast ★
North Korea promises its full support for Russia's ‘sacred fight', Ursula von der Leyen delivers the annual EU state of the union and Germany's economy teeters. Plus: why New Yorkers are living with bathtubs in the kitchen and artist Julianknxx's exhibition ‘Chorus in Rememory of Flight'. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In July of this year millions across the country were blown away when the 82nd Airborne Division All-American Chorus appeared on the talent show America's Got Talent, impressing the judges and making it to this month's semifinals. But the Chorus has been around for decades, telling the story of the Army through song and performance. Hosts LTG (Ret.) Leslie C. Smith and SMA (Ret.) Dan Dailey sit down with two Chorus members, SSG Marcus Gilbert and SGT Damarielis Vargas, to talk about the Chorus, their favorite performances, the intimidating nature of Simon Cowell… and perhaps belt out a tune or two… Guests: SSG Marcus Gilbert, U.S. Army SGT Damarielis Vargas, U.S. Army Credit: America's Got Talent clips courtesy of FremantleMedia North America, Inc. and Maidmetal, Ltd. Donate: If you are interested in supporting AUSA's educational programs, such as this podcast, please visit www.ausa.org/donate. Feedback: How are we doing? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Disclaimer: AUSA's Army Matters podcast primary purpose is to entertain. The podcast does not constitute advice or services. While guests are invited to listen, listeners please note that you are not being provided professional advice from the podcast or the guests. The views and opinions of our guests do not necessarily reflect the views of AUSA.
Today we celebrate the 200th episode! Thank you so much for your support! Here's to many more stories!Today I'm joined by Wayne McDowell from Colorado to hear some amazing elk stories. He, his wife (who was 27 weeks pregnant at the time), and his dad all got drawn to hunt the same trophy unit. Each of them found success in their own unique way. Amazing stories that you're gonna love.
"Well, all I hear is, "Patience"All I have are missed bank paymentsI can't keep my head above the nonsenseThis ain't gonna make me famousBut I can't eat off this paycheckMy dreams are quick-dryin' cementSlippin' through the tips of my fingersFill my pocketsCannonball into the black when I hear you say[Chorus]"It won't be this bleak forever" (Yeah right)"It won't be this bleak forever" (And I hope you're right)"It won't be this bleak forever" (Have you seen me lately?)"It won't be this bleak forever" (Yeah right)Spanish Love Songs -Self-Destruction as a Sensible Life Choice. (Deep DTG lore - friend of the show Rj makes an appearance in this music video). For more media about people feeling like they're wasting their life by doing things they enjoy, check out the last 10 episodes of this multi-past book series! We're nearing the end of chapter 6 and Aaron just starts getting super sloppy. In this part he argues that men should never get married due to most women thinking of marriage only as a status symbol like a handbag (?), that one can prove all women are vapid and materialistic because of one scene in the 1999 movie American Beauty (which starred absolutely no weird sex-pervert actors and had absolutely no weird messages about contemporary masculinity), that one can prove women have no long-term interest in marriage by how they sometimes have less sex with their husbands after pregnancy (???), and that women are unfairly shown deference in all societies. Joel also did a journalism and found one of Aaron's blogs where he kind of gave away the end-goal of his belief system, denying non-tax-payers the right to vote or participate in democracy. Cool stuff. As usual, we debunk, but boy, our hearts are getting less and less into this as we continue. We're not linking to places you can buy this book. Go support your local library.We are now recording through Riverside.fm and producing both video and transcripts of each episode. Find those on our Patreon. This month we made a donation to a trans rights org supporting trans individuals fleeing states where their existence is being outlawed. There are a lot of groups doing good work like this: take a look at your community. Support the show
Our heroes must make hard decisions about their next steps in the immediate aftermath of the night time assault. Success could mean offers of attractive employment should our heroes survive the night. Also, Cilvy learns a useful acronym, Mawgrim tends to a booboo, Ornan remains cheerful despite tragedy, and Guy gets upstaged by a loaf of bread. Join us for this actual play D&D adventure inspired by our favorite monster slaying video games of the 90's. We have merch! Check out our shop at 12sidedguys.com/shop and get your very own swag, drip, or whatever the kids call it nowadays. Join the 12 Sided Guys on Discord! https://discord.gg/SJZnpCCx6N Support us at patreon.com/12sidedguys for extra content including bonus episodes, DM notes, and more! -- Additional sound effects from zapsplat.com and tabletopaudio.com.
Guest co-host Johnathan Gibbs joins Loki to welcome him to NYC, to unpack media featuring Black conservatives, and to tease upcoming duo content. Loki features his recent conversation with composer Oswald Huỳnh, whose composition titled "Gia Đình" is quickly grabbing the attention of orchestras across the country. "Black Conservatives vs. White Liberals", by Jubilee Media: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0t1OddjmpCI&t=2058s"Gia Đình" by Oswald Huỳnh: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nmQObQPqo-Y ★ Support this podcast ★
After a short summer break, we are back to continue our season 2 series "Common Struggles of the Christian Life". This time, we address a very challenging subject for many Christians: How do you handle it when you have a spouse who is unequally yoked with you? With scripture as our guide, we provide some biblical principles for this common struggle. Thank you for listening and supporting TCITC. Be sure to check out and subscribe to our YouTube channel for chances to win FREE BOOKS! The Chorus in the Chorus Information and Links: Website & Blog: www.chorusinthechaos.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/chorusinthec... Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chorus_in_t... Twitter: https://twitter.com/Chorusnthechaos Intro/Outro Music (by our good friend Nick Illes): https://open.spotify.com/artist/7tnsQ... Email: email@example.com
In this episode, host Colin Mitchell discusses the importance of sales management and effective coaching in the sales industry. He highlights the challenges faced by sales leaders and the need for them to prioritize coaching their teams. Mitchell emphasizes the role of coaching in developing salespeople and improving team performance. He also suggests practical strategies for scheduling coaching sessions and creating intentional coaching moments.Follow the Host:Collin Mitchell (Partner, Leadium)Our Episode Guest:Mark Cox (Founder, In the Funnel Sales Coaching)Sponsored By:Leadium | The leader in outbound sales appointment setting.*If you'd like to be a guest on the show or have any questions, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org - Just tell us why you're reaching out and we'll contact you as soon as we can!
Night falls in the forest—a place none dare traverse alone—as the caravan begins an uneasy and unplanned stop for the night. Mawgrim, Cilvy, Ornan, and Guy provide aid to the beleaguered travelers as they try to unravel the reasoning for young Master Silvercrest's unexpected return home. Join us for this actual play D&D adventure inspired by our favorite monster slaying video games of the 90's. We have merch! Check out our shop at 12sidedguys.com/shop and get your very own swag, drip, or whatever the kids call it nowadays. Join the 12 Sided Guys on Discord! https://discord.gg/SJZnpCCx6N Support us at patreon.com/12sidedguys for extra content including bonus episodes, DM notes, and more! -- Additional sound effects from zapsplat.com and tabletopaudio.com.
Loki comments on John Eliot Gardiner's backstage fist fight, chats with Barron Ryan about his book, "Honey, If It Wasn't for You", and responds to recent conversations among members of the Arts Administrators of Color Network. More on Barron Ryan and his latest book: https://prbythebook.com/experts/barron-ryan/ ★ Support this podcast ★
Today we are bringing you an EXTRA SPECIAL EPISODE in honor of us celebrating 1000 episodes of Mission: MilSpouse, formerly known as Army Wife Network and Army Wife Talk Radio! On today's show, we'll listen to an interview conducted by our Executive Director Sharita Knobloch as she chats with 82nd Airborne Division All American Chorus - who just appeared on America's Got Talent! The post MMP #1000 – Celebrating 1000 Episodes with the 82nd Airborne Division All-American Chorus first appeared on Mission: Milspouse.
At this week's Round Table, Emily, Heba, and Ruby spoke with Michael Partis, Executive Director of the Redhook Initiative, a Brooklyn-based organization facilitating social change through education, youth development, and local hiring. His current role builds on his experience running the Bronx Cooperative Development Initiative; the Bronx Brotherhood Project, a college success and mentorship program for Black and Latino teens at the New Settlement College Access Center; and South Bronx Rising Together (SBRT), a “cradle-to-career” initiative, along with his experience as a researcher at Fordham University's Bronx African American History Project and a professor in the Department of Ethnic Studies at the Borough of Manhattan Community College and Department of Anthropology at Brooklyn College. Yes, be impressed, be very impressed. Michael is very focused on how to create generational wealth in black communities and the intersection with educational equity—as are we! We spoke about how the US economy was historically based on coerced labor and people working without compensation—part of a continuing legacy of social policy with negative economic impact and the grounds for race-based reparations today. We acknowledged that the implementation and distribution of reparations is complicated—as all systems are—but that the principle is worthwhile and logical and should be pursued. A Society is deeply driven by values and relationships and problems happen when we don't value people different from ourselves and dominate or control people based on that. This can then bleed into politics and become racism, with a dominant ethnic group distributing resources inequitably. Michael works in education in order to influence redistribution and equity, balancing social vs political efforts for change. Understanding the history of how things were formed and how things are organized is critical because when you know how something was built, you have better insight into why things are as they are. The present disparities we experience —and the history of black people being underrepresented —starts with a history of being seen as inferior carried over with a compounding effect today. This of course makes the case for teaching African American Studies—and Michael shared that teaching about and through hip hop is a powerful way to do so—particularly as we celebrate its 50th anniversary this year. He also recommends you check out the Bronx African American History Project oral history archives here. We closed with Michael's words of inspiration and empowerment to youth which you won't want to miss. Thank you for listening! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/nextgenpolitics/message
Awoken from a shared nightmare of a storm and a crypt and a child, four strangers find themselves drawn together with shared purpose. These strangers—a doctor, a flautist, a barkeep, and a paramour—find themselves outside the safety of civilization in search of a delayed caravan. Join us for this actual play D&D adventure inspired by our favorite vampire hunting video games of the 90's. We have merch! Check out our shop at 12sidedguys.com/shop and get your very own swag, drip, or whatever the kids call it nowadays. Join the 12 Sided Guys on Discord! https://discord.gg/SJZnpCCx6N Support us at patreon.com/12sidedguys for extra content including bonus episodes, DM notes, and more! -- Additional sound effects from zapsplat.com and tabletopaudio.com. Additional music by Julius H. from Pixabay.
Listening to this, perhaps Bach's weirdest opening chorus (and that's saying a lot!), Alex and Christian get tangled up in the forest of the complexities of this music. We untangle some, but we also sit in and admire the thorniness of this piece of music, which perfectly portrays its text. And we talk about how Bach can make us feel existential fear, not through flashy orchestral effects, but through the deep mysterious complexity of the music itself. The special moment comes in a sudden bass recitative in the middle of the movement, like a clearing in the forest. But this clearing is not free of thorns either... Netherlands Bach Society plays BWV 103, directed by Shunske Sato
This week, the boys welcome a special guest, Christopher Frick (a/k/a Pup Mephisto), who is a military veteran, musician (we met Chris through the SD Gay Men's Chorus), content creator, an avid reader and an incredibly warm and kind person. Among other things, Chris has explored his sexuality within the leather and puppy play communities. This is the first time the boys have gotten to speak candidly with someone who is active with Pup Play. We tried to ask questions and have an open mind, and were able to get a better understanding of this community and how it has impacted Chris both socially and sexually. We loved Chris' self-awareness and candor. As usual, we learned and laughed a lot. We hope that Chris' journey gives you a glimpse into a world that you may not understand or even be aware of. And be sure to check out Chris' book club on Instagram (Insta: @scarletwidower). Bark! Bark!@email@example.com#lgbt #lgbtq #lgbtqia+ #sandiego #gaysandiego #gaycommedy #puppyplay #pupsofinstagramGay San Diego comedy LGBT LGBTQ LGBTQIA+@tugayspod firstname.lastname@example.org#lgbt #lgbtq #lgbtqia+ #sandiego #gaysandiego #gaycommedyGay San Diego comedy LGBT LGBTQ LGBTQIA+Producers: Nick Stone & Andy Smith
Dance with the Spanish ladies and the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast #624. Chris Gray, Fast & Vengefully, Altan, Hanneke Cassel, Beltaine, Gordon McLeod, Erin Ruth, Angus MacKenzie, Madman's Window, Ryan Roubison, Low Lily, The High Kings, Moher, Mick Citern Walsh, Fiddle Folk Family, Patsy O'Brien, Willos' & Massimo Giuntini GET CELTIC MUSIC NEWS IN YOUR INBOX The Celtic Music Magazine is a quick and easy way to plug yourself into more great Celtic culture. Subscribe and get 34 Celtic MP3s for Free. VOTE IN THE CELTIC TOP 20 FOR 2023 This is our way of finding the best songs and artists each year. You can vote for as many songs and tunes that inspire you in each episode. Your vote helps me create next year's Best Celtic music of 2023 episode. Vote Now! Two weeks after the episode is launched, I compile your votes to update a playlist on Spotify and YouTube. These are the results of your voting. 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THIS WEEK IN CELTIC MUSIC 0:02 - Intro: Emily Ward at Dillons Bars & Restaurant, Ireland 0:11 - Chris Gray "Huntsman's Chorus" from Fuist! 5:07 - WELCOME 6:22 - Fast & Vengefully "The Lonesome Pirate" from Rozzie Me Bow 9:49 - Altan "The Jug of Punch" from Island Angel 13:15 - Hanneke Cassel "Blue" from Some Melodious Sonnet 16:53 - Beltaine "Spanish Ladies" from Mercy 21:04 - FEEDBACK 24:49 - Gordon McLeod "Lord Gordon's" from Still Fiddlin' 27:54 - Erin Ruth "Spancil Hill" from live performance 31:46 - Angus MacKenzie "Happy Jigs" from The Piper and the Maker II ~ Celebrating C 35:57 - Madman's Window "The Black Velvet Band" from All Guns Blazing - Live! 40:17 - Ryan Roubison "Blind Mary" from Songs from the Willow Glen 43:05 - Low Lily "All Roads Lead to You" from Low Lily (EP) 46:24 - THANKS 48:32 - The High Kings "Men Of Aran" from The Road Not Taken 51:13 - Moher "The Eye Of The fox (reels) The Noisy Curlew - Into Your Eyes - The Fox On The Town" from Phoenix 55:24 - Mick Citern Walsh "A Busker's Lullaby" from A Busker's Lullaby 1:00:27 - Fiddle Folk Family "Scotland the brave" from Ungeschieden, ungekämmt, ungehört 1:01:57 - Patsy O'Brien "Man On The Moor" from Onward 1:05:19 - CLOSING 1:06:25 - Willos' & Massimo Giuntini "P Stands for Paddy" from From Now On 1:10:08 - CREDITS The Irish & Celtic Music Podcast was produced by Marc Gunn, The Celtfather and our Patrons on Patreon. The show was edited by Mitchell Petersen with Graphics by Miranda Nelson Designs. Visit our website to subscribe to the show. You'll find links to all of the artists played in this episode. Todd Wiley is the editor of the Celtic Music Magazine. Subscribe to get 34 Celtic MP3s for Free. Plus, you'll get 7 weekly news items about what's happening with Celtic music and culture online. Best of all, you will connect with your Celtic heritage. Finally, please tell one friend about this podcast. Word of mouth is the absolute best way to support any creative endeavor. Promote Celtic culture through music at http://celticmusicpodcast.com/. WELCOME CELTOPHILE TO CELTIC MUSIC * Helping you celebrate Celtic culture through music. I am Marc Gunn. I'm a musician and podcaster out of Atlanta, Georgia. This Podcast is here to build our diverse Celtic community and help the incredible artists who so generously share their music with you. If you hear music you love, please email artists to let them know you heard them on the Irish and Celtic Music Podcast. You can find a link to all of the artists in the shownotes, along with show times, when you visit our website at celticmusicpodcast.com. Do you have the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast app? It's 100% free. You can listen to hundreds of episodes of the podcast. Download it now. Hey Celtic Bands, I'm looking for new music and stories in 2023. To submit your band, just complete the permission form at 4celts.com. You'll also find information on how to submit a story behind one of your songs or tunes. Get a free Celtic Musicians Guide to Digital Music eBook. email gift@bestcelticmusic THANK YOU PATRONS OF THE PODCAST! Because of Your kind and generous support, this show comes out at least four times a month. Your generosity funds the creation, promotion and production of the show. It allows us to attract new listeners and to help our community grow. As a patron, you get music - only episodes before regular listeners, vote in the Celtic Top 20, and you get a private feed to listen to the show. All that for as little as $1 per episode. A special thanks to our Celtic Legends: Bill Mandeville, Marti Meyers, Brenda, Meghan Walker, Karen, Emma Bartholomew, Dan mcDade, Bob Harford, Carol Baril, Miranda Nelson, Nancie Barnett, Kevin Long, Gary R Hook, Lynda MacNeil, Kelly Garrod, Annie Lorkowski HERE IS YOUR THREE STEP PLAN TO SUPPORT THE PODCAST Go to our Patreon page. Decide how much you want to pledge every week, $1, $5, $25. Make sure to cap how much you want to spend per month. Keep listening to the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast to celebrate Celtic culture through music. You can become a generous Patron of the Podcast on Patreon at SongHenge.com. TRAVEL WITH CELTIC INVASION VACATIONS Every year, I take a small group of Celtic music fans on the relaxing adventure of a lifetime. We don't see everything. Instead, we stay in one area. We get to know the region through its culture, history, and legends. You can join us with an auditory and visual adventure through podcasts and videos. In 2024, we're going on a Celtic Invasion of Northern Ireland and the Isle of Man. Learn more about the invasion at http://celticinvasion.com/ #celticmusic #irishmusic #celticmusicpodcast I WANT YOUR FEEDBACK What are you doing today while listening to the podcast? You can send a written comment along with a picture of what you're doing while listening. Email me at celticpodcast@gmail or message me on Facebook. My engineer Mitchell requests a picture of Maybelle listening to the podcast. Dave L. replied on Mastodon about Kyle Carey's Kickstarter: "I got to see Kyle in a house concert years ago. What a talented artist with a beautiful voice. I may have to get me one of these cards." David Van Horn replied to a picture and funny song request: "Marc: One of my most favorites funny songs from you is “Beer, Beer, Beer.” I neglected to take a photo of the brisket. It was devoured quickly so no proof remains." Andrew Kruspe of Black Market Haggis replied: "Marc, Hello! First, I hope y'all are doing well, and that you had a wonderful St. Patrick's Day season. We did here, and we thought we would share some photos from a special event that we did at Lowe Mill in Huntsville. We had a “hands - on concert.” We played a 45 minute set, and then we passed out about 35 bodhráns and taught the audience how to play a reel. They then joined us for a tune! You can find photos here: https://www.facebook.com/100064734638890/posts/pfbid02PEteGt8yjyeavAz4BY57cW9dYBRFaA6ry139e9MsNDeVSC666aGmigBor1brm1pql/ Take care, thank you for your work, and have a wonderful week!" Maureen R replied: "St. Patrick's Day is a family day, starting with donuts, then Mass at St. Colman, one of the oldest churches in Cleveland, that for decades had supported a largely Irish immigrant neighborhood. This Mass is the start of the day for the West Side Irish American Club. The dignitaries and club marching units from pipes and drums to tiny pom pom "Bridgies" march into the church with all the regalia of the annual St. Patrick's Day parade. Parts of Mass are read in Irish Gaelic, and familiar Irish songs and readings are shared. The lighting in the church is changed to green uplights and the hall is filled wall to wall with families in Irish sweaters and Irish pride. After Mass and the marching units parade out of the church, everyone heads to downtown Cleveland for the annual St. Patrick's Day parade, one of the largest of its kind in the U.S. and one of the only St. Patrick's Day parades that is always held ON the day. After the parade, families disperse to the many parties all around town. After marching in the parade, I will head off to entertain the crowds with my band, Ballinloch for the last performance of a two week non - stop Irish adventure."
In this bonus episode of TCITC Podcast, Blake, Jack, and Grayson each pick 5 books they would force every Christian to read if they could. Be sure to subscribe, like, and follow us on YouTube for book giveaways! The Chorus in the Chorus Information and Links: Website & Blog: www.chorusinthechaos.com YouTube: / @thechorusinthech... Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/chorusinthec... Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chorus_in_t... Twitter: https://twitter.com/Chorusnthechaos Intro/Outro Music (by our good friend Nick Illes): https://open.spotify.com/artist/7tnsQ... Email: email@example.com
Welcome to Vioseveria and the 12 Sided Guys' second full campaign. Rain falls like torrents in the darkness. Our new band of (surprisingly short) heroes find themselves in Oak Road, a village battered by a seemingly interminable rainstorm. Their goal is the crypt on the hill, but when an unexpected event postpones their plans, the party must decide if it is an opportunity they can't pass up or a risk they're unwilling to take. Join us for this actual play D&D adventure inspired by our favorite vampire hunting video games of the 90's. We have merch! Check out our shop at 12sidedguys.com/shop and get your very own swag, drip, or whatever the kids call it nowadays. Join the 12 Sided Guys on Discord! https://discord.gg/SJZnpCCx6N Support us at patreon.com/12sidedguys for extra content including bonus episodes, DM notes, and more! -- Additional sound effects from zapsplat.com and tabletopaudio.com.
Loki Karuna weighs in on articles that describe classically trained musicians as "clones", chats with Chris Jenkins about his new book, "Assimilation v. Integration in Music Education", and shares his 2024 Presidential pick. ★ Support this podcast ★
Season 20 Episode 11 I Wanna Love Him So Bad - Fascinations Grand Chorus The Little Hand - The Ballet I Don't Feel Like Dancing - The Ballet Aux larmes (To tears) - Clément Froissart Un jour à minuit (One day at midnight) - Clément Froissart Gnossienne No. 5 (French 79 Rework of Erik Satie) - French 79 Gnossienne No. 1 (Kid Francescoli Rework of Erik Satie) - Kid Francescoli In Gardens Under Evergreen - Pure Bathing Culture Treasure Pleasure Wonder Gem - Pure Bathing Culture ILYSM - Wild Pink This episode features a clip of Kumail Nanjiani on ABC's Good Morning America (of all places) talking about his Hulu limited series Welcome to Chippendales. He produced it with his wife and stars in the series. I missed it when it came out late last year, but watched it recently knowing nothing about the history, and thought it was fascinating and just a really great series. So I highly recommend checking it out, and the less you know about it beforehand, the better.
EPISODE 334: The High Priests continue their journey in Khonshu's name - this time giving thanks to the latest offering by Jed MacKay, MOON KNIGHT VOL. 9 #26 where we take a closer look at the inner machinations of Hunters' Moon! PHASE OF THE MOON: null and void SEGMENT: MOONSHINE Moon Knight Vol. 9 #26 "Personality Crisis" Release Date August 2, 2023 Cover Date October, 2023 Writer(s) Jed MacKay Jonathan Hickman Penciler(s) Federico Sabbatini Inker(s) Federico Sabbatini Colorist(s) Rachelle Rosenberg Letterer(s) Travis Lanham Editor(s) Tom Brevoort Shine those idols, and dust off the cape....IT'S TIME TO GET YOUR KHONSHU ON! BARE BONES (written by Rey): Dr Badr sits down with Dr Sterman to dive deep into his role and behaviour over recent events. Badr is concerned with whom he is becoming, after revealing that his ties with the Fist of Khonshu legacy has seemingly developed into something more. The First (of Khonshu's avatars) lives within Badr, and in a moment against Vibro (an acolyte of Commodore Planet) Hunter's Moon unleashes with terrifying force. The Chorus, and the First have a hold of Hunter's Moon and Badr claims that he is starting to be unsure as to where he ends and ‘they' begin… Dr Sterman offers her knowledge and skill as a psychologist, and vows to help Badr with all that she knows of Superhuman Menticide. Badr shows gratitiude, and reveals his name as Yehya. Elsewhere, in a hospital where Vibro lays recovering, a mysterious wall panel beeps unnoticed on the corner…someone or something is watching… SHOW NOTES: Moon Knight Vol. 9 #26 Check out the Video of this Podcast! WHERE TO HEAR US: Podcast Page Podchaser Apple Podcast Google Play Music Spotify Overcast SoundCloud Stitcher Tunein Podbean Into the Knight RSS Feed YouTube DROP US A LINE: Website: itkmoonknight.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org FB Page: Into the Knight- A Moon Knight Podcast Page FB Group: Into the Knight- A Moon Knight Fan Base Podchaser: Into the Knight FB Chat: The Loony Bin Twitter: @ITKmoonknight Instagram: ITK Moon Knight Discord ITK Server: ITK Server GetVokl : Into the Knight Welcome Room Become a Patron! CHECK OUT THESE OTHER SHOWS I CO-HOST! Capes & Lunatics Sidekicks: An Ultimate Spider-Cast - Scarlet Spider! To Know Her Is To Fear Her: The Spider-Woman Podcast Predator & pREY - a Yautja Podcast OFFICIAL ITK MERCHANDISE @ TEE PUBLIC - BUY HERE! SPONSORS: CLZ COMICS by Collectorz Odin Odinsword on Drinking Marvel Podcast Frank The 'Think' Tank & Pablo Candybar on all good Podcast Catchers! THE FRINGE KNIGHT by Daniel Doing TOMBZ + LURKMUSICK by Drew Tombz Dreamland Comics - the Super Hero Super Store! Use the code 'MOON' to get 20% off all purchases! Thinking of starting your own podcast? Check out our special offer from Libsyn! CREDITS: ITK Logo Graphic Design by The High Priests of Khonshu ITK Graphic Design produced and assisted by Randolph Benoit ITK Opening Sequence for video by Chris Kelly Music Written, Performed and generously provided by Deleter Co-Producers Wayne Hunt Josh Johnson Anthony Sytko Russell Moran Matthew Howell Jonathan Sapsed Dan Newland Executive Producers Justin Osgood Derek O'Neill Drew Tombz Daniel Doing Frank Dukez Mario Di Giacomo Odin Odinsword Produced by Reynaldo Gesmundo Proud Member of The Collective The music for this episode contains excerpts from various songs and music copyrighted by Deleter and Brian Warshaw. The music agreed for use on Into the Knight - A Moon Knight Podcast is licensed under an Attribution License;
Loki Karuna shares his thoughts on the recent legal situation between Ana Netrebko and The Metropolitan Opera, chats with Michael Redmond about the music of his late father, and encourages unity, once again, between Black and Jewish communities in light of a Jamie Foxx social media post. ★ Support this podcast ★