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The New Mason Jar with Cindy Rollins
S2E35: Large Family Life and Charlotte Mason with Heather Tully

The New Mason Jar with Cindy Rollins

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 51:57


Today's guest is Heather Tully, wife, homeschooling mother of 10 children, and photographer of everyday life How Heather first came to hear about Charlotte Mason and made the transition from a neo-classical model How Heather manages many different ages of children by combining into forms What Heather's family gathering time has looked like over the years How group narrations work in Heather's family What a typical school day looks like in the Tully household Heather's take on transitioning kids to college Heather's words of encouragement for all mothers Books and Links Mentioned: Gather: Exploring the Wonder, Wisdom, & Worship of Learning at Home by Pam Barnhill and Heather Tully Genevieve Foster Our Island Story by H. E. Marshall This Country of Ours by H. E. Marshall AmblesideOnline The CMEC (Charlotte Mason Educational Center)   Find Cindy and Heather: Morning Time for Moms Cindy's Patreon Discipleship Group Mere Motherhood Facebook Group The Literary Life Podcast Cindy's Facebook Cindy's Instagram Heather's Instagram The mother's work is unlike any other in the whole world, it entails the constant drawing out of the very depths of her nature, and keeps it on the stretch often for hours together. It is from morning till night, and often does not end with night. But different calls are made on her at different times, that is where the difficulty and the need of adaptation arise. She must, like a musician on a rich toned organ, frequently at a moment's notice, pull out a new stop and push in all the others–thus only can she supply the harmony of family life. She must be ready to meet these sudden, rapid changes, these calls on her love and her sympathy on all sides… In order to succeed in this, she must bring all her powers to bear on it with definite intention, just as the skillful musician would.. To be Queen over her little kingdom, serene in every family emergency, capable to direct all things with calmness, cheerfulness, and decision, is an ambition sufficient to tax the powers of the most skillful amongst us, and a vocation equal to the highest God has appointed on this earth. Charlotte Mason, The Parents' Review, Vol. 4, “Family Life"

The Everything Show with Dan Carlisle
July 4, 2022 The Everything Show

The Everything Show with Dan Carlisle

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 119:05


Playlist for The Everything Show 7/4/2022 The Cult / She Sells Sanctuary The Blue Stones / One By One Lou Donaldson / One Cylinder The Beach Boys / The Warmth Of The Sun Röyksopp / Here She Comes Again William De Vaughn / Be Thankful For What You've Got The Shivas / Stalking Legs Robben Ford / White Rock Beer...8 cents Jack Scott / The Way I Walk Lord Huron / Not Dead Yet Flying Moon In Space / Traum Für Alle Led Zeppelin / You Shook Me Acid Arab / Staifia Big Lazy / Ramona Placebo / Try Better Next Time Hank Williams III / My Sweet Love Ain't Around alt-J / The Actor Eric Clapton / Going Down Slow Car Seat Headrest / Substitute Fats Waller / I'm Gonna Sit Right Down And Write Myself A Letter Steely Dan / FM Wooden Shjips / Black Smoke Rise David Bowie / Fascination email: theeverythingshow@aol.comFacebook: www.facebook.com/groups/437543777929981/

That's Classical?
That’s Classical? - Episode July 3, 2022

That's Classical?

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022


Playlist: Sophia Jani, Kontai Ensemble, Dandelion Quintett - Everybody was so youngGustavo Beytelmann, Stick & Bow - 5 ImagenesJóhan Jóhannsson, ACME - The Low Drone of Circulating Blood, Diminishes with TimeOlivier Greif, Stephan Genz - The Book of Irish SaintsAlbert Schnelzer, Vasteras Sinfonietta - Burn my Letters (Remembering Clara)Michael Cohen, Anna Kislitsyna - Prelude for PianoPhilip Glass, Quatuor Molinari - String Quartet No. 1David Lang, eighth blackbird - These Broken WingsErwin Dressel, Hannah Koob - Partita fur Altsaxophon und KlavierNardi Simpson, Ensemble Offspring - Of Stars & Birds

Quotomania
Quotomania 275: Homer

Quotomania

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022 1:30


Subscribe to Quotomania on Simplecast or search for Quotomania on your favorite podcast app!Homer, (flourished 9th or 8th century BCE, Ionia?), was an ancient Greek poet and presumed author of the Iliad and the Odyssey. Though almost nothing is known of his life, tradition holds that Homer was blind. The ancient Greeks attributed to him the great epic poems the Iliad and the Odyssey. Modern scholars generally agree that he composed (but was not the original creator of) the Iliad, most likely relying on oral traditions, and at least inspired the composition of the Odyssey.The Iliad, set during the Trojan War, tells the story of the wrath of Achilles. The Odyssey tells the story of Odysseus as he travels home from the war. The two epics provided the basis of Greek education and culture in the Classical age, and they have remained among the most significant poems of the European tradition. The method of their composition has been long debated.From https://www.britannica.com/summary/Homer-Greek-poet. For more information about Homer:Previously on The Quarantine Tapes:Daniel Mendelsohn about Homer, at 14:10: https://quarantine-tapes.simplecast.com/episodes/the-quarantine-tapes-096-daniel-mendelsohnThe Iliad, translated by Robert Fagles: https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/537250/the-iliad-by-homer-translated-by-robert-fagles-introduction-and-notes-by-bernard-knox/“Englishing the Iliad: Grading Four Rival Translations”: https://www.newyorker.com/books/page-turner/englishing-the-iliad-grading-four-rival-translations“Robert Fagles, the Art of Translation No. 2”: https://www.theparisreview.org/interviews/930/the-art-of-translation-no-2-robert-fagles

Lighting The Void
The Coming Astrology With Jeff Harman

Lighting The Void

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 97:43


https://www.lightingthevoidLive Weeknights Mon-Fri 9 pm, PacificOn The Fringe FMhttps://fringe.fmJEFF HARMAN is a second-generation, world-renowned Master Astrologer and Spiritual Advisor with 47 years of experience. Jeff uses ancient techniques including Classical, Vedic, Kabbalistic, Naadi & Astro-Location Astrology, combined with 35 years of Vedic Planetary Gem prescription to assist his clients. https://jeffharman.com

Hammered Dulcimer podcast from Magnatune.com
2022-07-02 Hammered Dulcimer podcast from Magnatune

Hammered Dulcimer podcast from Magnatune.com

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 57:49


In this podcast: 1. Olexa Kabanov, 2. Steve Eulberg, 3. Jamie Janover, 4. Steve Eulberg, 5. Steve Eulberg, 6. Steve Eulberg, 7. Olexa Kabanov, 8. Jamie Janover, 9. Steve Eulberg, 10. Zilla, 11. Kourosh Zolani, 12. Daughters of Elvin, 13. Steve Eulberg

Clap for Classics!
22. Gershwin's Rhapsody in Burger and Fries

Clap for Classics!

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 10:58


Join Ms. Elizabeth, Wilder, and Riff the Pig as we share a wonderful piece of music from american composer George Gershwin. Grab some rhythm sticks and our free printable to extend this activity. The printable includes images of the instruments that we'll identify as we listen to this piece. Print them on cardstock and mount on popsicle sticks for puppets, or print two sets and use them to play memory with while you listen! Grab it at www.clapforclassics.com/episode22 This activity comes right out of our American Classics course that can be found inside our All Access Membership. We teach the theme to Rhapsody in Blue with a silly phrase, and we don't think you'll ever hear this piece again without thinking these words! Fries……… Ketchup and mustard And don't forget cheese On my hamburger dinner today! Want to extend the fun and learning even more? Join our All Access Membership for a library of activities just like the one in this podcast. Watch the animation from Fantasia 2000, accompanied by Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue. Listen to the entire piece of music during bathtime, or mealtime. Continue listening for the “ketchup and mustard” theme, and listening for the clarinet, trumpet, and piano. Play a game of musical memory with the free printable from this episode. Just print out two pages of the cards. Learn more about our American Classics course found inside our All Access Membership. What your child is learning: Active engagement with a piece of classical music Active listening for a repeated theme Instrument identification: clarinet, trumpet, piano Music credit: Special thanks to Classical.com for licensing the music on this podcast. “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin, performed by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra with Christopher O'Riley on piano and Barry Wordsworth conducting

Viola da Gamba podcast from Magnatune.com
2022-07-01 Viola da Gamba podcast from Magnatune

Viola da Gamba podcast from Magnatune.com

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 55:31


In this podcast: 1. Alex McCartney, 2. Ernst Stolz, 3. Dufay Collective, 4. Mediva, 5. Dufay Collective, 6. Poeticall Musicke, 7. Les Filles de Sainte Colombe, 8. Ensemble Carpe Diem, 9. Ralph Rousseau Meulenbroeks, 10. Poeticall Musicke, 11. Ernst Stolz, 12. Alison Crum and Roy Marks, 13. Poeticall Musicke, 14. Alison Crum and Roy Marks, 15. Ensemble Carpe Diem, 16. Ensemble Vermillian, 17. Poeticall Musicke

RNZ: Checkpoint
Country Calendar farmers caring for sheep upsetting for some

RNZ: Checkpoint

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 4:36


Classical musical piped into the shearing shed, white walls to better spot blood splatters and mattresses at the end of the sheep chute, on a certified carbon zero high country farm, has some people raging. This week's episode of Country Calendar featured Lake Hawea Station run by entrepreneurs Geoff and Justine Ross. They bought the 6500 hectare farm in 2018 and run 10,000 merino sheep. The couple describe themselves as disruptors and believe animal welfare is a cornerstone of their farm. It has upset some though, with a few on social media describing it as "woke bollocks". Farmer Geoff Ross talks to Lisa Owen.

Clarineat:  The Clarinet Podcast
172 - Dr. Nancy Williams on Classical Improvisation

Clarineat: The Clarinet Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 49:09


"Why not add that element of excitement that must have happened back then?" - Dr. Nancy Williams In today's interview I'm joined by Dr. Nancy Williams who is a leadership and life coach, clarinetist, music educator, and author of a new book called "Woodwind Improvisitory Techniques of the Classical Era." Purchase her new book: https://amzn.to/3OxDHPq Subscribe to Clarineat: www.clarineat.com/join Episode Sponsors: Légère Reeds (www.legere.com), Backun Musical Services (www.backunmusical.com)

The Jewish Lives Podcast
LEONARD BERNSTEIN

The Jewish Lives Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 21:41 Very Popular


Join us with composer Allen Shawn, author of Leonard Bernstein: An American Musician, for an appreciation of the great musical genius who stood at the epicenter of 20th-century American musical life. Music in this episode: Leonard Bernstein and Steven Sondheim - "Cool" from West Side Story Leonard Bernstein - Symphony No. 2, The Age of Anxiety Leonard Bernstein - Symphony No 3., Kaddish  Leonard Bernstein - Chichester Psalms 

IEA Conversations
Who are the right allies for classical liberals? | Markets and Morality | Ep.22

IEA Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 35:40


Who are the right allies for classical liberals? Free market liberalism is unlikely to be the dominant political force in the near future, even though all of us at the IEA are working hard towards this goal!  In the interim, in order to get liberalising reforms on the way, we need to work together with people of different persuasions. But who are the right allies for classical liberals? Can the fusionist free-market conservative alliance continue, or has the political realignment process condemned it to the pages of history books?  In this latest episode of Markets and Morality, Adam Bartha welcomes Aaron Powell, the Host of (Re)Imagining Liberty, and Lorenzo Montanari, the Vice President of International Affairs at Americans for Tax Reform to discuss the past, present, and future of libertarian alliances.   This episode originally featured as a video on the IEA's YouTube Channel

Un Clasico - Podcast
36 - 'La trucha' de Schubert

Un Clasico - Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 25:26


Bienvenidos a la 3era temporada de "Un Clasico", en este primer episodio vamos a navegar ese arroyuelo donde nada la Trucha que inspiro a Schubert a hacer una de las melodias mes bellas (y pegajosas!) de la historia de la musica. Espero que disfruten este episodio y todos los que vendran a continuacion.Instagram: @JUANROLERITwitter: @JUANROLERIFacebook: /JUAN.ROLERI

The Jake Feinberg Show
The George Harper Interview

The Jake Feinberg Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 83:29


George had a notable and stellar career playing the Saxophone, Flute and Clarinet. He was inducted into the Savannah Coastal Jazz Association Hall of Fame in September, 2005 . Born in Savannah, Georgia he is both a composer and an arranger as well as a performer. George has performed with Clayton Hamilton Jazz Orchestra, Ray Charles, Curtis Fuller, Herbie Hancock, Hubert Laws, Luckman Jazz Orchestra, Jimmy Smith, Bobby Caldwel, Jimmy Cleveland, Barbara Morrison, Billy Higgins, Eric Heed, Harold Land Jr., Phil Ranelin, Buddy Ranelin, Buddy Childers, LaMont Johnson, Henry Franklin, Louie Spears, Kevin O'Neal and More. George has also performed for various schools in the LA Unified School District leading, the George Harper Ensemble, and featuring Jazz styles from Dixie Land to Contemporary. The National GRAMMY Concert Series for Children featured “The George Harper Saxophone Quartet” at Elementary schools in the LA Unified School District. The program included music and composers of various musical styles from Classical to Jazz.

Peopling the Past
Portrait of a Lady: Discovering Seianti with Judith Swaddling

Peopling the Past

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 30:55


Countless faces of real people survive in ancient portraiture, but how often do we know their names, or anything about their lives? In this episode, Dr. Judith Swaddling joins Melissa and Chelsea to talk about Seianti Hanunia Tlesnasa, an Etruscan woman who lived over 2000 years ago in Italy. Seianti is an incredible person to get to know, since we have a full-sized portrait of her lying atop her sarcophagus, as well as the physical remains of her skeleton. Listen in as Dr. Swaddling reveals the layers of Seianti's past and discusses the limits to how much we can actually know about any one person from the ancient Mediterranean world.

The Everything Show with Dan Carlisle
June 27, 2022 The Everything Show

The Everything Show with Dan Carlisle

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 119:18


Playlist for The Everything Show 6/27/2022 Vanilla Fudge / You Keep Me Hangin' On Lord Huron / Ton Autre Vie Les Négresses Vertes / Face à la mer Sneaker Pimps / Fighter Jamie Leeming / Champion Big Brother & The Holding Company / Turtle Blues All Them Witches / Diamond Fontaines D.C. / Big Shot Jonathan Richman / I Was Dancing In The Lesbian Bar Public Service Broadcasting / People, Let's Dance (feat. EERA) Grand Funk / Some Kind of Wonderful alt-J / U&ME Jacob Gurevitsch / Mexican Margarita XTC / Making Plans for Nigel Party Dozen / Fruits Of Labour Jake Bugg / Rabbit Hole Beck / Blue Moon Hank Williams / My Sweet Love Ain't Around Black Sabbath / Supernaut Thurston Harris / Little Bitty Pretty One Yoo Doo Right / The Failure of Stiff, Tired Friends Portishead / Roads Moderator / Jazz Tales Lightning Cult / La Brea Chet Atkins & Stanley Jordan / Mystery Train email: theeverythingshow@aol.comFacebook: www.facebook.com/groups/437543777929981/

Khordmaster Keys
GLASYS

Khordmaster Keys

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 55:53


Musically, @GLASYS is the most talented person I have ever met. So incredibly excited to have him on to talk about his musical background, MIDI Art, video game memories, and much more. GLASYS (Gil Assayas) is a pianist, synthesist, producer and vocalist who melds many genres and influences including Electronic Music, Alternative Rock, Jazz, Classical and Video Game Music. Since relocating to the US a few years ago, GLASYS has been endorsed by major gear manufacturers such as Nord Keyboards, 64 Audio, Sequential and Spectrasonics, has developed a large social media presence with millions of video views, has been featured on the GRAMMY's website, and has had his song 'The Pressure' played at a Portland Trailblazers NBA game. Recently, he was discovered by Hip-Hop giant T-Pain on reddit and the two are now collaborating. GLASYS is also currently touring and collaborating with legendary musician and producer Todd Rundgren. For the last few years GLASYS has been developing a unique left hand technique that allows him to play both the bass and drum parts simultaneously on a custom built MIDI controller. He often incorporates this technique in his live arrangements on his YouTube channel. More recently, his live MIDI art videos have gone viral on TikTok. GLASYS released his debut EP 'The Pressure' in 2016 and his first full length album ‘Defective Humanity' (which was successfully crowd-funded on Kickstarter) in 2019. Click here to stream/download the album. "HO. LY. SH*T! I've never seen anything like this in my life. Man. PM me if you wanna work together, bro. This is amazing!" - T-Pain. Connect with GLASYS: Facebook: www.facebook.com/GLASYSmusic YouTube: www.youtube.com/c/GLASYS Instagram: www.instagram.com/GLASYSmusic Twitter: www.twitter.com/GLASYSmusic TikTok: www.tiktok.com/@gil.assayas Bandcamp: GLASYS.bandcamp.com Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2XJsHHv Want to record conversations like this, check out RIVERSIDE.FM: https://tinyurl.com/3u2ace4y

Business of Architecture Podcast
419: Resilience In The Face of Crisis with James Smiros

Business of Architecture Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 35:10 Very Popular


Classical design leader James Smiros joins us in discussing how his firm survived repeated crises, how diversifying can work in your favor, and the importance of keeping strong relationships with industry partners. He offers great business tips on growth, resilience, and remaining fluid, all while staying true to your design. Smiros graduated from the School of Architecture and Design at New York Tech. He has now served as a member of the FRIENDS Executive Committee for 10 years. He began Smiros & Smiros almost 30 years ago, with a focus on timeless, luxury, residential design concepts, serving clients worldwide. They were recently awarded the Addison Mizner for Master Planning Mixed Program and have been published in many renowned venues such as Architectural Digest, Robb Report, Luxury Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, and The New York Times. Their classical site is an true representation of their classical design. Check it out at www.smiros.com.   ► Access your free training at http://SmartPracticeMethod.com/ ► If you want to speak directly to our advisors, book a call at https://www.businessofarchitecture.com/call ► Subscribe to my YouTube Channel for updates: https://www.youtube.com/c/BusinessofArchitecture ******* For more free tools and resources for running a profitable, impactful, and fulfilling practice, connect with me on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/businessofarchitecture Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/enoch.sears/ Website: https://www.businessofarchitecture.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/BusinessofArch Podcast: http://www.businessofarchitecture.com/podcast iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/business-architecture-podcast/id588987926 Android Podcast Feed: http://feeds.feedburner.com/BusinessofArchitecture-podcast ******* Access the FREE Architecture Firm Profit Map video here: http://freearchitectgift.com Download the FREE Architecture Firm Marketing Process Flowchart video here: http://freearchitectgift.com Come to my next live, in-person event: https://www.businessofarchitecture.com/live Carpe Diem!

Deep Sleep Sounds
Classical Piano Dreamscape: Relieve Stress and Fall Asleep

Deep Sleep Sounds

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 121:59 Very Popular


Soft piano blended with soothing water and crickets to create the perfect relaxing ambiance. Want access to an ad-free, 8-hour version of this episode? Try Deep Sleep Sounds Premium free for 7 days: https://sleepsounds.supercast.com/. Create a mix of your favorite sounds by downloading the Deep Sleep Sounds App at: https://deepsleepsounds.onelink.me/U0RY/app. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Classical Sprouts
Classical Sprouts: Sousa Marches

Classical Sprouts

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 17:36


Why were John Philip Sousa and his marches so famous? Find out here!

That's Classical?
That’s Classical? - Episode June 26, 2022

That's Classical?

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022


Playlist: Leonie Cohen, Muses Trio - Lights FinaleKlement Slavicky, Alex Klein, Phillip Bush - Suite for Oboe & PianoJulia Wolfe, eighth blackbird - Singing in the Dead of NightKonstantia Gourzi, Nils Monkemeyer, William Youn - melodies from the seaGlenn Gould, Symphonia Quartet - String Quartet No. 1Erik Satie, Noriko Ogawa - 4 Ogives

Quotomania
Quotomania 268: Homer

Quotomania

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 1:30


Subscribe to Quotomania on Simplecast or search for Quotomania on your favorite podcast app!Homer, (flourished 9th or 8th century BCE, Ionia?), was an ancient Greek poet and presumed author of the Iliad and the Odyssey. Though almost nothing is known of his life, tradition holds that Homer was blind. The ancient Greeks attributed to him the great epic poems the Iliad and the Odyssey. Modern scholars generally agree that he composed (but was not the original creator of) the Iliad, most likely relying on oral traditions, and at least inspired the composition of the Odyssey.The Iliad, set during the Trojan War, tells the story of the wrath of Achilles. The Odyssey tells the story of Odysseus as he travels home from the war. The two epics provided the basis of Greek education and culture in the Classical age, and they have remained among the most significant poems of the European tradition. The method of their composition has been long debated.From https://www.britannica.com/summary/Homer-Greek-poet. For more information about Homer:Previously on The Quarantine Tapes:Daniel Mendelsohn about Homer, at 14:10: https://quarantine-tapes.simplecast.com/episodes/the-quarantine-tapes-096-daniel-mendelsohnThe Odyssey, Emily Wilson: https://wwnorton.com/books/9780393089059“The First Woman to Translate the ‘Odyssey' Into English”: https://www.nytimes.com/2017/11/02/magazine/the-first-woman-to-translate-the-odyssey-into-english.html“Homer”: https://poets.org/poet/homer

World podcast from Magnatune.com
2022-06-26 World podcast from Magnatune

World podcast from Magnatune.com

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 57:41


Hammered Dulcimer podcast from Magnatune.com
2022-06-25 Hammered Dulcimer podcast from Magnatune

Hammered Dulcimer podcast from Magnatune.com

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 58:32


In this podcast: 1. Steve Eulberg, 2. Steve Eulberg, 3. Steve Eulberg, 4. Steve Eulberg, 5. Olexa Kabanov, 6. Steve Eulberg, 7. Yumi Kurosawa, 8. Olexa Kabanov, 9. Steve Eulberg, 10. Steve Eulberg, 11. Zilla, 12. Zilla

KLANGEXTASE
Aldea Zama at Night by Drahm

KLANGEXTASE

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 74:57


Drahm is an Statement. While a lot of his peers in school were listening to pop music, Drahm was absorbing the intricacies of classical composers like Bach and Mozart. Since a very young age Drahm's ears were tuned to music that told a story. Classical music usually has long arrangements that takes you through multiple emotions. This is why his sets aren't just about experiencing one vibe, rather taking you to places where you wouldn't venture to by yourself without a trusted guide such as himself. Born in Iran, raised in Toronto,epicentre of Canada's booming electronic music scene and inspired by Tulum, he has been immersed in the sounds of diverse cultures all his life. His worldly experiences are manifested in his music, and his sets take you on an uplifting, emotional journey that transcends borders. You will hear the ancestral rhythms of Persian influence, urbane melodies native of his Toronto Underground house music upbringing, organic drums reminiscent of starlit journeys through the jungles of Tulum harmoniously incorporated into one beautiful, groovy story!" He is currently working on originals and is also involved in productions with likeminded artists and anticipates multiple releases by Late 2022. Founder of Deephousetulum A&R/Partner at Deephousetoronto

Introductions | WFMT
Catherine Woods, 18, violin

Introductions | WFMT

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 54:29


Catherine is already an active violin and piano teacher, and in this recital she presents music by Bach, Beethoven, Boulanger, and Saint-Saëns. The post Catherine Woods, 18, violin appeared first on WFMT.

New Books in Intellectual History
Adrienne Mayor, "Flying Snakes and Griffin Claws: And Other Classical Myths, Historical Oddities, and Scientific Curiosities" (Princeton UP, 2022)

New Books in Intellectual History

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 34:13


Adrienne Mayor is renowned for exploring the borders of history, science, archaeology, anthropology, and popular knowledge to find historical realities and scientific insights--glimmering, long-buried nuggets of truth--embedded in myth, legends, and folklore. Combing through ancient texts and obscure sources, she has spent decades prospecting for intriguing wonders and marvels, historical mysteries, diverting anecdotes, and hidden gems from ancient, medieval, and modern times. Flying Snakes and Griffin Claws: And Other Classical Myths, Historical Oddities, and Scientific Curiosities (Princeton UP, 2022) is a treasury of fifty of her most amazing and amusing discoveries. The book explores such subjects as how mirages inspired legends of cities in the sky; the true identity of winged serpents in ancient Egypt; how ghost ships led to the discovery of the Gulf Stream; and the beauty secrets of ancient Amazons. Other pieces examine Arthur Conan Doyle's sea serpent and Geronimo's dragon; Flaubert's obsession with ancient Carthage; ancient tattooing practices; and the strange relationship between wine goblets and women's breasts since the times of Helen of Troy and Marie Antoinette. And there's much, much more. Showcasing Mayor's trademark passion not to demythologize myths, but to uncover the fascinating truths buried beneath them, Flying Snakes and Griffin Claws is a wonder cabinet of delightful curiosities. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/intellectual-history

New Books in Folklore
Adrienne Mayor, "Flying Snakes and Griffin Claws: And Other Classical Myths, Historical Oddities, and Scientific Curiosities" (Princeton UP, 2022)

New Books in Folklore

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 34:13


Adrienne Mayor is renowned for exploring the borders of history, science, archaeology, anthropology, and popular knowledge to find historical realities and scientific insights--glimmering, long-buried nuggets of truth--embedded in myth, legends, and folklore. Combing through ancient texts and obscure sources, she has spent decades prospecting for intriguing wonders and marvels, historical mysteries, diverting anecdotes, and hidden gems from ancient, medieval, and modern times. Flying Snakes and Griffin Claws: And Other Classical Myths, Historical Oddities, and Scientific Curiosities (Princeton UP, 2022) is a treasury of fifty of her most amazing and amusing discoveries. The book explores such subjects as how mirages inspired legends of cities in the sky; the true identity of winged serpents in ancient Egypt; how ghost ships led to the discovery of the Gulf Stream; and the beauty secrets of ancient Amazons. Other pieces examine Arthur Conan Doyle's sea serpent and Geronimo's dragon; Flaubert's obsession with ancient Carthage; ancient tattooing practices; and the strange relationship between wine goblets and women's breasts since the times of Helen of Troy and Marie Antoinette. And there's much, much more. Showcasing Mayor's trademark passion not to demythologize myths, but to uncover the fascinating truths buried beneath them, Flying Snakes and Griffin Claws is a wonder cabinet of delightful curiosities. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/folkore

New Books Network
Adrienne Mayor, "Flying Snakes and Griffin Claws: And Other Classical Myths, Historical Oddities, and Scientific Curiosities" (Princeton UP, 2022)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 34:13


Adrienne Mayor is renowned for exploring the borders of history, science, archaeology, anthropology, and popular knowledge to find historical realities and scientific insights--glimmering, long-buried nuggets of truth--embedded in myth, legends, and folklore. Combing through ancient texts and obscure sources, she has spent decades prospecting for intriguing wonders and marvels, historical mysteries, diverting anecdotes, and hidden gems from ancient, medieval, and modern times. Flying Snakes and Griffin Claws: And Other Classical Myths, Historical Oddities, and Scientific Curiosities (Princeton UP, 2022) is a treasury of fifty of her most amazing and amusing discoveries. The book explores such subjects as how mirages inspired legends of cities in the sky; the true identity of winged serpents in ancient Egypt; how ghost ships led to the discovery of the Gulf Stream; and the beauty secrets of ancient Amazons. Other pieces examine Arthur Conan Doyle's sea serpent and Geronimo's dragon; Flaubert's obsession with ancient Carthage; ancient tattooing practices; and the strange relationship between wine goblets and women's breasts since the times of Helen of Troy and Marie Antoinette. And there's much, much more. Showcasing Mayor's trademark passion not to demythologize myths, but to uncover the fascinating truths buried beneath them, Flying Snakes and Griffin Claws is a wonder cabinet of delightful curiosities. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in Literary Studies
Adrienne Mayor, "Flying Snakes and Griffin Claws: And Other Classical Myths, Historical Oddities, and Scientific Curiosities" (Princeton UP, 2022)

New Books in Literary Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 34:13


Adrienne Mayor is renowned for exploring the borders of history, science, archaeology, anthropology, and popular knowledge to find historical realities and scientific insights--glimmering, long-buried nuggets of truth--embedded in myth, legends, and folklore. Combing through ancient texts and obscure sources, she has spent decades prospecting for intriguing wonders and marvels, historical mysteries, diverting anecdotes, and hidden gems from ancient, medieval, and modern times. Flying Snakes and Griffin Claws: And Other Classical Myths, Historical Oddities, and Scientific Curiosities (Princeton UP, 2022) is a treasury of fifty of her most amazing and amusing discoveries. The book explores such subjects as how mirages inspired legends of cities in the sky; the true identity of winged serpents in ancient Egypt; how ghost ships led to the discovery of the Gulf Stream; and the beauty secrets of ancient Amazons. Other pieces examine Arthur Conan Doyle's sea serpent and Geronimo's dragon; Flaubert's obsession with ancient Carthage; ancient tattooing practices; and the strange relationship between wine goblets and women's breasts since the times of Helen of Troy and Marie Antoinette. And there's much, much more. Showcasing Mayor's trademark passion not to demythologize myths, but to uncover the fascinating truths buried beneath them, Flying Snakes and Griffin Claws is a wonder cabinet of delightful curiosities. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/literary-studies

Viola da Gamba podcast from Magnatune.com
2022-06-24 Viola da Gamba podcast from Magnatune

Viola da Gamba podcast from Magnatune.com

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 56:58


In this podcast: 1. Dufay Collective, 2. Bach Collegium San Diego, 3. New York Consort of Viols, 4. Poeticall Musicke, 5. Trio Dafne, 6. Poeticall Musicke, 7. Ernst Stolz, 8. Ensemble Carpe Diem, 9. Poeticall Musicke, 10. Dufay Collective, 11. Ernst Stolz

New Books in Science, Technology, and Society
Adrienne Mayor, "Flying Snakes and Griffin Claws: And Other Classical Myths, Historical Oddities, and Scientific Curiosities" (Princeton UP, 2022)

New Books in Science, Technology, and Society

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 34:13


Adrienne Mayor is renowned for exploring the borders of history, science, archaeology, anthropology, and popular knowledge to find historical realities and scientific insights--glimmering, long-buried nuggets of truth--embedded in myth, legends, and folklore. Combing through ancient texts and obscure sources, she has spent decades prospecting for intriguing wonders and marvels, historical mysteries, diverting anecdotes, and hidden gems from ancient, medieval, and modern times. Flying Snakes and Griffin Claws: And Other Classical Myths, Historical Oddities, and Scientific Curiosities (Princeton UP, 2022) is a treasury of fifty of her most amazing and amusing discoveries. The book explores such subjects as how mirages inspired legends of cities in the sky; the true identity of winged serpents in ancient Egypt; how ghost ships led to the discovery of the Gulf Stream; and the beauty secrets of ancient Amazons. Other pieces examine Arthur Conan Doyle's sea serpent and Geronimo's dragon; Flaubert's obsession with ancient Carthage; ancient tattooing practices; and the strange relationship between wine goblets and women's breasts since the times of Helen of Troy and Marie Antoinette. And there's much, much more. Showcasing Mayor's trademark passion not to demythologize myths, but to uncover the fascinating truths buried beneath them, Flying Snakes and Griffin Claws is a wonder cabinet of delightful curiosities. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/science-technology-and-society

Princeton UP Ideas Podcast
Adrienne Mayor, "Flying Snakes and Griffin Claws: And Other Classical Myths, Historical Oddities, and Scientific Curiosities" (Princeton UP, 2022)

Princeton UP Ideas Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 34:13


Adrienne Mayor is renowned for exploring the borders of history, science, archaeology, anthropology, and popular knowledge to find historical realities and scientific insights--glimmering, long-buried nuggets of truth--embedded in myth, legends, and folklore. Combing through ancient texts and obscure sources, she has spent decades prospecting for intriguing wonders and marvels, historical mysteries, diverting anecdotes, and hidden gems from ancient, medieval, and modern times. Flying Snakes and Griffin Claws: And Other Classical Myths, Historical Oddities, and Scientific Curiosities (Princeton UP, 2022) is a treasury of fifty of her most amazing and amusing discoveries. The book explores such subjects as how mirages inspired legends of cities in the sky; the true identity of winged serpents in ancient Egypt; how ghost ships led to the discovery of the Gulf Stream; and the beauty secrets of ancient Amazons. Other pieces examine Arthur Conan Doyle's sea serpent and Geronimo's dragon; Flaubert's obsession with ancient Carthage; ancient tattooing practices; and the strange relationship between wine goblets and women's breasts since the times of Helen of Troy and Marie Antoinette. And there's much, much more. Showcasing Mayor's trademark passion not to demythologize myths, but to uncover the fascinating truths buried beneath them, Flying Snakes and Griffin Claws is a wonder cabinet of delightful curiosities.

Classical Et Cetera
Classical Math, Plato, and Mathematics Education CETC: 121 | Tom Sculthorpe, Dan Sheffler, Paul Schaeffer

Classical Et Cetera

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 44:07


In today's episode of Classical Et Cetera, we're talking math. Specifically the history, origins, reform and philosophy of classical mathematics. Why is mathematics so important to our understanding of the world? And is math a fundamental part of classical education. Aristotle and Plato seem to think so, and so do we. In our show today, Shane sits down with Dan, Paul, and Memoria Press newcomer, Tom Sculthorpe to talk the origins of math from Plato to Descartes, how math learning has changed in the classical world, and what conversations about math are important to classicists today. You might be asking, "Should I learn math?" And we say absolutely. Join us today for our show! 

Crushing Classical
James Daly: Creating an Online Music School with a Mission

Crushing Classical

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 56:01


In today's podcast you'll hear my interview with James Daly: Pianist, Composer, Teacher, Business Owner.  He's created the San Ramon Academy of Music and the Powerful  Piano brand.  James is so charming and passionate, and you can just feel his love for the music he makes and the students he teaches.  He's overcome a lot of obstacles to get where he is now, owning a successful teaching business and continuing to perform, compose, and create content with energy and love. I hope you enjoy this conversation!  Let's just say it: Classical music is elitist. The people on our orchestra stages tend to look a certain way, the composers who get played tend to be demographically similar, and our diversity/equity/inclusion efforts often get a surprising amount of internal and external pushback. As a white woman, It makes me really uncomfortable to talk about these issues, but these are conversations that need to be had.  The bio my guest James Daly shared with me addresses this head-on, and starts: James is not what people think of when they picture a 'classical pianist'. Being an African American man with full sleeve tattoos and a visible athletic background he is mistaken for a personal trainer more than anything else. But definitely never an artist. How can a meathead be a Chopin aficionado??  James has been a lifelong musician, but his circumstances and background put him in a position similar to many other youths. Before turning 17 he was a high school dropout, working full time, and living on his own.  Yet, it was a dedication to music that inspired him to pursue higher education to fulfill his potential. Despite the odds, he achieved a full scholarship to UC Berkeley where he specialized in piano performance and composition. From there he graduated with honors in 2012 and has been teaching the last decade. His unique approach to instruction gained him such success he opened San Ramon Academy of Music in 2018, focusing on online music education and group classes.  He started the Powerful Piano brand in 2021 to grow his educational platform and provide access to music education to anyone, not just those who can afford private instruction.   I loved this conversation with James. He's so charming and passionate that it's obvious why he's been successful - and at the same time it's inspiring that he's overcome so many  obstacles and is now trying to clear the way for others to do the same. Connect with James on Instagram, or check out the San Ramon Academy of Music and The Powerful Piano on the web. Thinking of trying FONS to streamline scheduling and payment for your music studio? Click HERE for my affiliate link and a free two week trial!  Theme music by DreamVance. You can join my email list HERE, so you never miss an episode!  I'm your host, Jennet Ingle. I love you all. Stay safe out there!

Musicians Mobile Show
Banjo, Bluegrass and Beyond with Taylor Shuck

Musicians Mobile Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 22:25


Taylor Shuck, a Nashville based artist, hails from Louisville, KY. His songwriting and musicianship skillfully blends banjo with a vast array of music styles including Bluegrass, Jazz, Funk, and Classical music.  Taylor has performed with local and national artists including Tiffany Williams, Nicholas Jamerson (Sundy Best), Hillhouse, and Mama Said String Band.  This is part of our short series featuring emerging artists on the Louisville, Kentucky music scene. 

Ordinarily Extraordinary - Conversations with women in STEM
Dr. Prineha Narang; Quantum Engineering; Assistant Professor at Harvard University

Ordinarily Extraordinary - Conversations with women in STEM

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 75:43


Dr. Prineha Narang is an Assistant Professor at the John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences at Harvard University. She leads an interdisciplinary group at Harvard SEAS at the intersection of computational science, phenomena away from equilibrium, and quantum dynamics in matter. She has won numerous awards, fellowships, and grants including Forbes "30 Under 30". She has a PhD and Master's Degree in Applied Physics from California Institute of Technology (Caltech) and did her post-doctoral work at MIT. Episode NotesDr. Pri Narang shares her experiences as an Assistant Professor at Harvard University, a researcher, and a CTO in the field of Quantum Physics and Quantum Theory. She also shares what that is...and how she got interested in it and her journey from having an interest in Physics - she says she's always been a physicist, even at a young age - to how she started the Narang Lab. She shares what a day in her life is like, how she manages to juggle the many demands of her professional career and run marathons and Ironman Triathlons - she's an absolute rockstar. She also talks about having imposter syndrome and how finding a place that was welcoming led her down her career path.Dr. Narang will join UCLA's faculty in the College of Physical Sciences as the Howard Reiss Chair on July 1st. This information came out after our podcast recording. Information on her transition can be found here. https://www.chemistry.ucla.edu/news/faculty-news-4Music used in the podcast: Higher Up, Silverman Sound StudioAcronyms, Definitions, and Fact CheckQuantum theory describes the behavior of things — particles or energy — on the smallest scale. In addition to wavicles, it predicts that a particle may be found in many places at the same time. (https://www.sciencenewsforstudents.org/article/quantum-world-mind-bogglingly-weird)Quantum mechanics is a fundamental theory in physics that provides a description of the physical properties of nature at the scale of atoms and subatomic particles. It is the foundation of all quantum physics including quantum chemistry, quantum field theory, quantum technology, and quantum information science. Classical physics, the collection of theories that existed before the advent of quantum mechanics, describes many aspects of nature at an ordinary (macroscopic) scale, but is not sufficient for describing them at small (atomic and subatomic) scales. (Wikipedia)Quantum entanglement is the physical phenomenon that occurs when a group of particles are generated, interact, or share spatial proximity in a way such that the quantum state of each particle of the group cannot be described independently of the state of the others, including when the particles are separated by a large distance. The topic of quantum entanglement is at the heart of the disparity between classical and quantum physics: entanglement is a primary feature of quantum mechanics lacking in classical mechanics. (Wikipedia)A dilution refrigerator is a cryogenic device first proposed by Heinz London. Its refrigeration process uses amixture of two isotopes of helium: helium-3 and helium-4. When cooled below approximately 870 millikelvin, themixture undergoes spontaneous phase separation to form a 3He-rich phase and a 3He-poor phase. As with evaporative cooling, energy is required to transport 3He atoms from the 3He-rich phase into the 3He-poorphase. If the atoms can be made to continuously cross this boundary, they effectively cool the mixture. Becausethe 3He-poor phase cannot have less than 6% helium-3 at equilibrium, even at absolute zero, dilution refrigerationcan be effective at very low temperatures. The volume in which this takes place is known as the mixing chamber.  (https://en-academic.com/dic.nsf/enwiki/249751)

Defend Cleveland Podcast
Episode 223 - To One And All, May We Introduce You To The Condiment Cow

Defend Cleveland Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 226:36


All terrestrial segments were recorded live on June 18th (Day 169 of 2022), and all podcast segments were recorded lived on June 21st (Day 172 of 2022) Part 1 of 3 of the Podcast only content – With 20 of 24 cases now settled what does this mean for Deshaun as far as the NFL's reportedly planned "unprecedented" punishment for him? Terrestrial: Hour 1 (begins around 0:20:00) The news of an "unprecedented punishment" for Deshaun, and asking the hypothetical of will it ever be okay to root for Deshaun again The NFLPA's reported plan in defense of Deshaun is to point out how the league has and is disproportionately lenient towards its owners transgressions and legal issues, and it's a very valid argument to make especially when considering Dan Snyder is somehow still an owner Part 2 of 3 of the Podcast only content – Classical music, you know, "like that Beethoven sh*t", and other observations of the NHL and  its fans (begins around 1:18:00) Lachlan MacKinnon's ‘Best of Edition' Let Me Tell You A Story: “Our Body, Ourselves” (begins around 1:39:00) Terrestrial: Hour 2 (begins around 1:44:00) Giving trust fund hippies a freebie, and hoping one of them takes the advice and starts a 24-7 reggae radio station Sharing memories of a true Cleveland legend, Rest In Peace, Pat of Pat's In The Flats Part 3 of 3 of the Podcast only content – Mollie's Weekly Reports... (begins around 2:40:00) Terrestrial: Hour 3 (begins around 2:52:00) Don't go hoping the new part owner of the Guardians David Blitzer is going to be someone who cares about Cleveland and its fans, because he's a billionaire from Wall Street and hopefully by now (before you even listening to this segment that's all about who he really is) you already know and expect he won't be looking out for anyone or anything other than that of maximizing his investments Mollie's Weekly Reports, terrestrial edition! All this and so much more on this episode of the Defend Cleveland Podcast. Enjoy~   This show is and forever will be dedicated to Big Mamma   To contribute to this 100% listener supported show please go to our Patreon page by clicking here.   Check out Lachlan MacKinnon's best selling book, ‘Let Me Tell You A Story: Small Stories Of A Large Family'!   Thank yous to  91.1-FM WRUW Cleveland for being home to the show, and to the city that inspires us, Cleveland, Ohio.   Your recommended listening this week is one of the greatest Cleveland albums of all time, Machine Go Boom's 'Thank You Captain Obvious'   The intro and outro to Lachlan's segment is the song “My Summer In Traction” by the band Ohio Civil War , and it's used with permission

Violin Class
A newbie's guide to live classical concerts

Violin Class

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 27:57


Sign up for the Violin Class Insiders newsletter to read the full show notes, written parts of this episode, and some bonus content at  violinclass.co/newsletterNew to classical music? Start here!The classical world is a bit intimidating if you're just starting out, but attending a live concert is one of the best things to go out and see if you're learning the violin.Listen to learn audience etiquette, the best places to find local concerts , what type of concerts you should see for your first show, how to find affordable concerts, and much more. You'll also hear how to get the most out of your listening experience as someone studying a classical instrument.You can contact me directly at violinclasspod@gmail.comIf you would like to support the show, you can donate here.This podcast is a one-woman operation and uses no affiliate links or sponsorships, so your donations are what keeps this show running and available for free. Your support will help to cover the costs of hosting, the website, and other recurring fees, as well as the many hours of research, recording, and editing. Thank you so much for your support!

The Everything Show with Dan Carlisle
June 20, 2022 The Everything Show

The Everything Show with Dan Carlisle

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 119:52


Playlist for The Everything Show 6/20/2022 The Electric Prunes / I Had Too Much to Dream (Last Night) Des Lions Pour Des Lions / Le crépuscule des dieux The Beatles / All I've Got To Do John Lennon / Isolation Big Lazy / Dear Trouble Bob Dylan / Ballad of a Thin Man JD McPherson / Abigail Blue (Live @ 2013 Bristol Rhythm & Roots Reunion) Tracy Chapman / Fast Car Red Snapper / Super Ego Ben Harper, Ziggy Marley / Spin It Faster Lord Huron / Mine Forever Brother Jack McDuff / Loose Foot Johnny Nash / I Can See Clearly Now The Rolling Stones / Factory Girl Dead Vibrations / Reflections alt-J / Bane Carl Perkins / Honey Don't Carl Perkins / Blue Suede Shoes Lou Reed / I'm Waiting for the Man (May 1965 Demo) Creedence Clearwater Revival / I Put A Spell On You Low Hum / Comatose QOQEQA / Xi Eels / Bone Dry Johnnie Johnson / Key to the Highway The Beach Boys / Fun Fun Fun Still Corners / Static Sofi Tukker / Kakee email: theeverythingshow@aol.comFacebook: www.facebook.com/groups/437543777929981/

Music From 100 Years Ago
Leftovers #30

Music From 100 Years Ago

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 34:59


Records left of previous podcasts. Music by Jimmie Rodgers, Marlene Dietrich, June Christy, Dinah Shore, The Roth String Quartet, Belle Baker and Miles Davis.

Here & Now
'Citizen Ashe' documentary; McCarthy-era comic opera

Here & Now

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 42:21


The new documentary "Citizen Ashe" tells the story of the life and activism of tennis great Arthur Ashe. Ashe's brother, Johnnie joins us. And, the 1956 comic opera "Candide" by Leonard Bernstein, inspired by Joseph McCarthy's anti-communist hearings in 1954, reflects the "undercurrent of pushing ahead in spite of everything." Classical music critic Fran Hoepfner joins us.

The Tolkien Professor
480: Other Minds and Hands, Episode 13

The Tolkien Professor

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 120:34


Join Corey and Maggie as they share more details from their discussions with the Rings of Power showrunners and continue discussing Empire images. Other Minds and Hands: An Open and Friendly Discussion of Tolkien Adaptation, Episode 13, recorded on June 15, 2022 Hosts: Dr. Corey Olsen the Tolkien Professor https://signumuniversity.org/director... Dr. Maggie Parke https://signumuniversity.org/director... Other Minds and Hands takes place (almost) every week at 4 pm US Eastern, Wednesday, on this SignumU Youtube channel https://www.youtube.com/c/SignumUnive... and SignumU Twitch channel https://www.twitch.tv/signumu For more information https://mythgard.org/miscellany/ You can watch or listen to the recordings here. https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLa... https://tolkienprof.fireside.fm/subsc... Dr. Corey Olsen is offering several free and open weekly and biweekly programs on the works of J.R.R. Tolkien and other topics at Mythgard Institute. https://mythgard.org/ You can check the live schedule here. https://www.twitch.tv/signumu/schedule More about the individual programs Exploring the Lord of the Rings: a sentence-by-sentence journey through the text of Tolkien's epic fairy story https://mythgard.org/lotro/exlotr/ Mythgard Academy: in-depth seminars on fantasy, science fiction, and other speculative works https://mythgard.org/academy/ The Silmarillion Film Project/SilmFilm: a completely hypothetical discussion about what J.R.R. Tolkien's Silmarillion would look like as a TV series https://mythgard.org/silmfilm/ Those recordings can be found on this Signum University Youtube channel as well as on our podcasts. https://mythgard.org/listen/ Other Minds and Hands and SilmFilm recordings are on the Tolkien Professor podcast. We also provide affordable higher education and fun, engaging learning (Tolkien Studies, Imaginative Literature, Classical, Medieval, and Renaissance Literature, and Germanic Philology) at Signum University. https://signumuniversity.org/ About Signum University https://signumuniversity.org/about/ Signum University Graduate Program https://signumuniversity.org/admissio... SPACE Signum Portals for Adult Continuing Education https://signumuniversity.org/space/ Events https://signumuniversity.org/event/

Cue To Cue: The Performers' Podcast
Trevor Copp: How To Build Your Confidence And Develop Your Creative Ideas

Cue To Cue: The Performers' Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 59:57


This week, Theatre Maker, Trevor Copp encourages us to constantly aim to develop our creative ideas over many years. Trevor shares his own journey on how his pursuit of story telling, creativity and exploring new ideas is always evolving throughout his career and lead one of his most recent explorations has lead to to his new collaboration in turning one of his mime pieces into feature film!    At the end of the day, don't be afraid to ask yourself “And now what?” Be willing to let your projects and ideas evolve. Desire, passion, curiosity, and work ethic are more important than talent any time.  In this episode: There are parts of the mind that do not distinguish between real and imagined events. Confidence is being willing to hold your hand all the time. The wonderful gift of being untalented is being able to constantly reinvent and rediscover your creativity. For a creator, there is no poverty, space, and opportunity that creativity doesn't have a way to get into it. Trevor founded Tottering Biped Theatre (TBT) in 2009, a professional company emphasizing original, issue driven, and highly physical work. He completed Theatre Studies at Waterloo, a MA at Guelph, and Mime at the Marcel Marceau School in Paris. He has been a professional actor for over 15 years in pieces ranging from Classical to contemporary, performing in over 40 National and International cities and Theatre Festivals. Trevor is also a professional Mime, a regional American Style Latin Dance Champion, and has taught/coached physical Theatre for over a dozen professional Theatre companies and University Theatre programs. He is an active arts advocate, director and choreographer. SHARE THIS EPISODE >>  www.thisischelseajohnson.com/212 Connect with Cue To Cue on  I: @thissichelseajohnson F: @thisischelseajohnson T: @thisischelseaj Follow Trevor! online: Tottering Biped Theatre facebook: @trevor.copp

Clap for Classics!
21. Tortuga Concha: call and response song

Clap for Classics!

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 9:26


Learn this fun call and response song from El Salvador! Ms. Elizabeth and Abbey will teach a few words in spanish and then introduce a fun way to sing this song Tortuga Concha, it's time to sing No tengo manos, no tengo pies Tortuga Concha, it's time to read No tengo manos, no tengo pies Tortuga Concha, it's time to dance No tengo manos, no tengo pies Tortuga Concha, it's time to write No tengo manos, no tengo pies Tortuga Concha, it's time to clean No tengo manos, no tengo pies Oh baby turtle, it's time to eat Si tengo manos, Si tengo pies Join us in our All Access Membership for more active, engaging musical activities for you and your little one. Details are at www.clapforclassics.com/join Here are a few ways to extend the fun of this song: Craft idea: Make a turtle puppet: here is a paper hand puppet idea, and here is a cute glove puppet. Put the puppet on, and tuck your fingers under the “shell” to hide the hands and feet, until the end when the turtle says “Si tengo manos, si tengo pies.” Check out this awesome art activity based on one of El Salvador's most famous artists, Fernando Llort. What your child is learning: Call and repeat Spanish vocabulary: manos (hands), pies (feet) Fine motor skills (finger and toe dexterity) Gross motor skills Keeping a steady beat Classical music licensed to us by Classical.com

The Bunker
Sound of Silence: The End of Music in Schools?

The Bunker

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 27:56


Music education in the UK is in a perilous place, with the largest cuts in spending per pupil for 40 years, falling teacher recruitment numbers, and huge drops in GCSE and A-Level uptake. With a new National Plan for Music Education imminent, will it be enough to ensure music matters? Jude Rogers talks to Chrissy Kinsella, Chief Executive of the London Music Fund, about transforming under-served communities, if learning tunes are really less important than science and tech for career prospects, and why some people still think music is more a luxury than a necessity. “Classical music will always be full of elite, old, white people unless we change it.”  “The problem always is and always will be funding.” “Wouldn't it be amazing if every primary school had a music teacher?” “We often focus on academic attainment, but we should also be celebrating music for the joy of music.” “There's such a lack of joined up thinking from central government.” https://www.patreon.com/bunkercast Written and presented by Jude Rogers. Group Editor: Andrew Harrison. Lead Producer: Jacob Jarvis Producers: Jacob Archbold and Jelena Sofronijevic. Audio production by Jade Bailey THE BUNKER is a Podmasters Production Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Sticky Notes: The Classical Music Podcast
Brahms Piano Quartet in G Minor (+Schoenberg!)

Sticky Notes: The Classical Music Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 58:22 Very Popular


Today I'm going to be talking about one piece, but in two different ways.  I'm going to start today with an in-depth look at Brahms' Piano Quartet in G Minor, an early piece of his that reveals an incredible sense of drama, drive, and creativity. This is very different music than I've talked about before with Brahms as this is decidedly the work of a young composer, without all the burnished maturity of Brahms' later music. This is also a great opportunity to revisit the bedrock of the Classical and Early Romantic eras, Sonata Form, a form that makes so many pieces from those eras intelligible and clear.  But I'm also going to be talking about another piece. Well, it's the same piece, but to some people, it sounds so completely different that it constitutes a completely new piece entirely. To some others, myself included, it almost constitutes an entirely new Brahms symphony. What I'm talking about is the composer Arnold Schoenberg's arrangement of Brahms's Piano Quartet for a massive orchestra, filling the stage with instruments that Brahms never would have even conceived of! You don't often think of Schoenberg and Brahms in the same breath, but Schoenberg was a devotee of Brahms' music, and often defended him against those who called him a crusty old conservative composer. But Schoenberg was still Schoenberg, and this arraangement of the quartet reflects that in a lot of ways. So along with an exploration of Sonata Form, I'll save a look at the Schoenberg arrangement for the end of th show, since this is a great chance to look at orchestration and how a composer takes a piece written for 4 people and transforms it into a piece for 100. So today we'll dive into this vast and complex piece, and along they way we'll visit Schoenberg's fascinating and sometimes downright wacky arrangement.  Join us!

Controlled Aggression
Is Your Training Too Operant?

Controlled Aggression

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 84:13 Very Popular


In this episode, Jerry Bradshaw discusses: Classical versus operant conditioning.  Recognizing and understanding the emotional states of your dog.  How your emotions and confidence affect the emotional state of your dog.  Understanding the classical effects of your operant conditioning.  The magic in the emotions.    Key Takeaways: Most dog training starts with operant work then folds in classical conditioning.  When training with a dog, you are not working in laboratory conditions. There are other associations happening and that context needs to be taken into account.  Hunting for a toy and hunter for a man are two different things. You will draw more sustained, higher level drive when trailing with a bite at the end rather than hunting a ball or a pipe.  Be aware of what lessons you are teaching when utilizing training tools.They may be learning a classical lesson instead of the intended operant lesson.    "Classical conditioning will always trump operant conditioning, in certain circumstances, if those two things come into conflict." —  Jerry Bradshaw   Get Jerry's book Controlled Aggression on Amazon.com   Contact Jerry: Website: controlledaggressionpodcast.com Email: JBradshaw@TarheelCanine.com Tarheel Canine Training:  www.tarheelcanine.com Youtube:  tarheelcanine Twitter: @tarheelcanine Instagram: @tarheelk9 Facebook: TarheelCanineTraining Protection Sports Website: psak9-as.org Patreon:   patreon.com/controlledaggression Slideshare: Tarheel Canine Calendly: https://calendly.com/tarheelcanine  Tarheel Canine Seminars: https://streetreadyk9.com/      Sponsors:  ALM K9 Equipment: almk9equipment.com PSA & American Schutzhund: psak9-as.org Tarheel Canine: tarheelcanine.com Superior Canine Website: https://superiorcanine.ca/  Aaron's Superior Canine Email: aaron@superiorcanine.ca  Superior Canine Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/superiorcanineinc  Superior Canine Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/superiorcanineinc/    Train Hard, train smart, be safe.   Show notes by Podcastologist Chelsea Taylor-Sturkie   Audio production by Turnkey Podcast Productions. You're the expert. Your podcast will prove it. 

The New Mason Jar with Cindy Rollins
S2E34: Exams in the Charlotte Mason Homeschool with Celeste Cruz

The New Mason Jar with Cindy Rollins

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 49:13


Let this be the mother's key to the whole of the education of each boy and each girl; not of her children; the Divine Spirit does not work with nouns of multitude, but with each single child. Because He is infinite, the whole world is not too great a school for this indefatigable Teacher, and because He is infinite, He is able to give the whole of his infinite attention for the whole time to each one of his multitudinous pupils. We do not sufficiently rejoice in the wealth that the infinite nature of our God brings to each of us. Charlotte Mason, Parents and Children, Vol. 2 Show Summary: Today's guest is Celeste Cruz, homeschooling mom of 10, speaker at Charlotte Mason conferences and supporter of parents using the CMEC curriculum How Celeste first learned about Charlotte Mason's philosophy How Celeste got involved with the CMEC What was the process of the PNEU exams in Charlotte Mason's day? What makes a Charlotte Mason style exam different from a typical modern school examination? How could parents set up a schedule for exams? What is the connection between narration and end of term examinations? What advice do you have for parents who are worried about doing exams? Books and Links Mentioned: Charlotte Mason Educational Center (CMEC) Charlotte Mason Digital Collection Parents and Children by Charlotte Mason School Education by Charlotte Mason A Philosophy of Education by Charlotte Mason   Find Cindy and Celeste: Morning Time for Moms Cindy's Patreon Discipleship Group Mere Motherhood Facebook Group The Literary Life Podcast Cindy's Facebook Cindy's Instagram Celeste's Instagram Celeste's Blog – Joyful Lessons Keeping Company on Instagram