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Press Play with Madeleine Brand
Grammy winner Terence Blanchard on the honor and pride of being Met Opera's first Black composer

Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 49:54


“Fire Shut Up in My Bones” is the Metropolitan Opera's first production composed by a Black artist — Grammy winner Terence Blanchard. The show is based on the memoir by New York Times columnist Charles Blow, about his difficult childhood growing up in small-town Louisiana in the 1970s.  Blanchard tells KCRW that he could see himself in Blow's story: “There's a lot of things within that family life that people don't talk about. While there's a strong sense of community, sometimes you have to find your own way because that community can stifle you, not in an intentional way. But you have to be strong and stick to your guns.” Meanwhile, off the coast of LA, more than 100 ships are waiting to offload their cargo, and thousands of foreign workers are stuck at sea. And the LA City Council this week approved sweeps of homeless camps in 54 locations.  In the Senate on Capitol Hill, all 50 Republicans voted against debating the bill that would've made Election Day a federal holiday and allowed automatic and same-day voter registration. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer now says he plans to introduce separate legislation as soon as next week. 

Sideshow Sound Radio┃Film Soundtrack Podcast » Podcasts
Track Swap #9 – Something Evil This Way Comes…

Sideshow Sound Radio┃Film Soundtrack Podcast » Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 27:12


Erik Woods returns to Track Swap. This time, him and host Lasse Vogt have two Video Game scores for you – and since it’s Halloween Season, the tracks are appropriately scary… right? Well, we hope that you will find them at the very least entertaining.

Crafting a Meaningful Life with Mary Crafts
(Ep 202) Finding The Hero Inside with Deborah Johnson

Crafting a Meaningful Life with Mary Crafts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 40:25


Do you feel like, because of the way things are today, you just feel like quitting? Well, it's time to dig deep and be inspired. Mary is joined by Speaker, Composer, and Entrepreneur Deborah Johnson. As they talk about her book "The Summit", a story about a girl venturing out to discover her own summit, we learn about the importance of the keys of courage, opportunity, and learning that she has everything within her to press on to reach the very top. This can be YOUR story! Learn more about how to reach your personal summit on today's episode. Learn More About Deborah And To Get Her Book: https://goalsforyourlife.com/ Website:  marycraftsinc.com iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/crafting-a-meaningful-life-with-mary-crafts/id1336191892 Main Site: https://craftingameaningfullife.libsyn.com/ Follow Mary on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/marycrafts/?hl=en Follow Mary On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mary.craftshomer  

Polygamer – A Podcast of Equality and Diversity in Gaming & Video Games
Polygamer #118: Freelance composer & sound designer Chel Wong

Polygamer – A Podcast of Equality and Diversity in Gaming & Video Games

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 50:23


Chel Wong is a Boston-based video game composter and sound designer. As a freelancer, she has worked on such titles as the music puzzler Kine, the Starfox-inspired Whisker Squadron, and the surreal adventure RPG She Dreams Elsewhere. Not only has she also helped run the Game Audio Boston group, but as a freelancer, she invests […] The post Polygamer #118: Freelance composer & sound designer Chel Wong first appeared on Polygamer - A Podcast of Equality & Diversity in Gaming & Video Games.

HaskinCast PodCast
190 Tyler Williams Pt 1 - Bass Player, Composer, Podcast Host, Le Reve

HaskinCast PodCast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 48:15


Episode 190 Tyler Williams Pt 1 – Album Review – Hear Me Now   Join me for this amazing conversation with my dear friend Tyler as we talk about his career as a professional musician and his solo album as a warm up to next week's album review.   Link in my bio and available on all major podcast outlets including Apple Podcasts, Stitcher Radio, Spotify and more.   Tyler's Links: Website: https://tylerwilliamsmusic.com/ Everything is on his beautifully designed website – the podcast, the album and so much more.     HaskinCast Podcast links:   My Website: https://www.scotthaskin.com/podcast   Official Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1210703585754449&ref=br_rs   Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/3hr9NNZSe6Q9tFOjD5bX8j?si=Tqme3XQXQXq8Qo4EDE2rjw https://open.spotify.com/show/3hr9NNZSe6Q9tFOjD5bX8j   iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/haskincast-podcast/id1437772872?mt=2   YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/ScottHaskinMusic   Google Play: https://playmusic.app.goo.gl/?ibi=com.google.PlayMusic&isi=691797987&ius=googleplaymusic&apn=com.google.android.music&link=https://play.google.com/music/m/Ipsjavxsi5u4l4t5xvzmxjess4i?t%3DHaskinCast_PodCast%26pcampaignid%3DMKT-na-all-co-pr-mu-pod-16   Podbean: https://www.podbean.com/site/Search/index?v=haskincast   #TylerWilliams #PeterErskine #DirkK #Bass #BassGuitar #BassPlayer #LeREve #CirqueDuSoleil #jazz #Upright Bass #Electric Bass #FretlessBass #LasVegas #Composer #Author #AudioEngineer #Drummer #Podcast #PodcastLife #HaskincastPodcast

New Classical Tracks with Julie Amacher
ARC Ensemble honors composer Dmitri Klebanov

New Classical Tracks with Julie Amacher

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 19:40


ARC Ensemble – Chamber Works by Dmitri Klebanov (Chandos)  Jump to giveaway form “It is very interesting that every composer tells a different story of overcoming difficulties,” said Simon Wynberg, who is the artistic director for the Arc Ensemble. “It's about planting a flag in the ground and producing marvelous work. It's a really exciting kind of project.” Chamber works by Dmitri Klebanov is the fifth recording from the group's Music and Exile series, and it features the Jewish Ukrainian composer Dimitri Klebanov How did the Yuri Klebanov contribute to this album full of his father's music? “He had amazing insights into his father's life. He had anecdotes and letters and notes between Shostakovich his father from when he was a boy. There were all sorts of things that he could tell me about the repertoire and about Dimitri Klebanov's life. We corresponded for years. “It was a real shock when he suddenly passed. I know he was really looking forward to the release of the CD because it was the first time in 30 years that a commercial release of his father's music had happened. “The album tracks his progress and compositional style. It starts with his fourth quartet, which was completed after the war, and it includes his piano trio and fifth quartet. The later work is more advanced harmonically than the pervious two works.” Watch now To hear the rest of my conversation, click on the extended interview above, or download the extended podcast on iTunes or wherever you get your podcasts. Giveaway Giveaway You must be 13 or older to submit any information to American Public Media/Minnesota Public Radio. The personally identifying information you provide will not be sold, shared, or used for purposes other than to communicate with you about things like our programs, products and services. See Terms of Use and Privacy. This giveaway is subject to the Official Giveaway Rules. Resources ARC Ensemble – Chamber Works by Dmitri Klebanov (Amazon) ARC Ensemble – Chamber Works by Dmitri Klebanov (Royal Conservatory Music Store) ARC Ensemble (official site)

Nerd Noise Radio - RERUNS!
NNR Reruns: C1E2 - "Twisted Sine" (orig released 01/19/2017)

Nerd Noise Radio - RERUNS!

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 65:40


As we get towards the end of our run here on Buzzsprout with the dedicated reruns feed, I felt it would be apropos to share the first two episodes of Channel 1. A couple caveats: 1) The production quality of the intro and outro are -TERRIBLE-! 2) Due to a simple mistake on my part, the music blocks on these two episodes are in mono. I discovered and corrected the issue in time to save Episode 3, but not in time for episodes 1 and 2. But, these are both great episodes and great collections of music! Especially episode 2, and my enthusiasm at the start of my podcasting journey can clearly be felt. So, it's for these reasons that I hope you'll enjoy them! -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Today's broadcast is Episode 2 for Theme Thursday, January 19th, 2017. Today's Theme is FM synthesis-based music on a program we're calling “Twisted Sine”.  Tracklist - Track#, Track Name, Game, System, Composer, FM Chip, Timestamp:  01: Intro - 00:00:00 02: Statts - Sword of Vermilion - Genesis - Hiroshi Kawaguchi - YM2612 (OPN2) - 00:01:45 03: The Hard Corps - Contra Hard Corps - Genesis - Aki Hata, Hiroshi Kobayashi, Michiru Yamane - YM2612 - 00:03:52 04: Grass Land - Burning Force - Genesis - Yoshinori Kawamoto / unknown - YM2612 (OPN2) - 00:06:53 05: Silent Alarm - Lagrange Point - Famicom - Akio Dobashi, Noriyuki Takahashi - Konami VRC7 - 00:08:50 06: Trap of Relics - Genocide 2 - X68k - Hideyuki Shimono, Naoyuki Kimora - YM2151 (OPM) - 00:10:58 07: Mission Briefing - Time Trax - Genesis - Tim Follin - YM2612 (OPN2) - 00:13:04 08: Cycle 1 - Streets of Rage 3 - Genesis - Motohiro Kawashima w Yuzo Koshiro - YM2612 (OPN2) - 00:16:51 09: Nice Day - Spindizzy II - X68k - Toshiya Yamanaka - YM2151 (OPM) - 00:20:01 10: Invasion - Yu-No - PC98 - Ryuu Umemoto - YM2608 (OPNA) - 00:23:36 11: Space Boss - Adventures of Batman & Robin - Genesis - Jesper Kyd - YM2612 (OPN2) - 00:25:47 12: Sentinel Core Battle - X-Men 2 - Genesis - Kurt Harland - YM2612 (OPN2) - 00:30:11 13: Stage Theme 4 - Shinobi - Arcade - Yasuhiro Kamakawi - YM2151 (OPM) - 00:31:19 14: Options - Bram Stoker's Dracula - Genesis - Matt Furniss - YM2612 (OPN2) - 00:32:45 15: Betrayal - Grounseed - PC98 - Masahiro Kajihara - YM2203 (OPN) - 00:33:53 16: Tachy Touch - Knuckles Chaotix - 32X - Junko Shiratsu, Mariko Nanba - YM2612 (OPN2) - 00:36:27 17: Traveller's Tales - Knight Arms - X68k - Toshiya Yamanaka - YM2151 (OPM) - 00:38:16 18: Track 11 - Illusion Blaze - DOS - D.A.C. - YM3812 (OPL2) - 00:40:29 19: Main Theme - Youkai Douchuuki - Arcade - Main Theme - Hiroyuki Kawada - YM2151 (OPM) - 00:43:01 20: Redwoods - Puggsy - Genesis - Redwoods - Matt Furniss - YM2612 (OPN2) - 00:45:56 21: Team Select - Super Side Kicks - Neo Geo - Jojoha Kitapy, Yoko - YM2610 (OPNB) - 00:48:50 22: Casey Jones - TMNTTF - Genesis - Miki Higashino - YM2612 (OPN2) - 00:50:08 23: Stages 4, 7 -Sly Spy - Arcade - Azusa Hara, Hiroaki Yoshida - YM3812 (OPL2) & YM2203 (OPN) - 00:52:32 24: Stage 2-3 - Mega Turrican - Genesis - Chris Hülsbeck - YM2612 (OPN2) - 00:53:58 25: Load BGM - Akumajou Dracula - X68k - Konami Kukeiha Club - YM2151 (OPM) - 00:56:07 26: Outro - 00:58:20  Music Block Runtime: 56:37, Total Episode Runtime: 01:05:41  Our Intro and Outro Music is Funky Radio - Jet Grind Radio - Dreamcast - BB Rights 

Tit For Tat Show
A "Banner" Day On The Show

Tit For Tat Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 45:55


#1 Best-Selling Romance Author, Composer, and Gamer, Daryl Banner, gets Thomas all hot and bothered as they discuss some spicy scenes from Daryl's novels.

Sideshow Sound Radio┃Film Soundtrack Podcast » Podcasts
Track Swap Special – AMERICANA by Marcel Barsotti

Sideshow Sound Radio┃Film Soundtrack Podcast » Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 9:23


On the first special episode of Track Swap, host Lasse Vogt is introducing the symphonic album AMERICANA, composed and orchestrated by Marcel Barsotti and available on pretty much every streaming platform out there. You can purchase it from October 18th, 2021 on – so, basically right now! Don’t hesitate and give it a listen. https://www.marcelbarsotti.com/en/

The Jeremiah Show
SN8 | Ep417 - Eliane Elias - Multi GRAMMY® Winning Pianist-Singer-Composer

The Jeremiah Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 60:18


*** This special episode is dedicated in loving memory to Chick Corea My Special Guest is Multi GRAMMY® winning pianist/singer/composer Eliane Elias. The NEW Album is MIRROR MIRROR Featuring Chick Corea  & Chucho Valdés. Born in São Paulo, Brazil, Eliane began her classical piano studies at age seven and at twelve was transcribing solos from the great jazz masters. Eliane's illustrious career includes nearly 30 recordings, over 2.3 million albums sold, nine total GRAMMY and Latin GRAMMY nominations, a GRAMMY win for Best Latin Jazz Album (Made in Brazil, 2016) and a Latin GRAMMY win for Best Latin Jazz/Jazz Album (Dance of Time, 2017). MIRROR MIRROR marks the classically trained pianist's first piano-only recording since 1995's Solos and Duets, a set of piano solos and six duets with pianist Herbie Hancock. Working with the two incredible icons, Chick Corea  & Chucho Valdés was a rare opportunity to record in a two-piano setting, something she hasn't done in many years. By 15, Eliane was teaching piano and improvisation at one of Brazil's most prestigious schools of music. Her performing career began just two years later. Eliane's first official album under her own name, Illusions, featured Stanley Clarke, Steve Gadd, Lenny White, Eddie Gomez and Toots Thielemans and hit #1 on the Radio & Records Contemporary Jazz chart. Voted Best New Talent in the Jazziz magazine critics' poll in 1988, Eliane is a four-time Gold Disc Award recipient, a three-time Best Vocal Album winner in Japan and winner of the 2018 Edison Lifetime Achievement Award in Holland. Her 2019 album Love Stories, as most of her previous releases, hit #1 on the jazz charts worldwide. ELIANE ELIAS - The NEW Album is MIRROR MIRROR Featuring Chick Corea  & Chucho Valdés The CD is available for STREAMING NOW and will be available on CD & VINYL NOV 12, 2021 On The Web - www.elianeelias.com Instagram: @elianeeliasofficial YouTube: Eliane Elias Official Spotify: Eliane Elias

Here & Now
Author Elizabeth Strout's 'Oh William!'; Composer pens remembrance songs

Here & Now

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 41:44


Pulitzer Prize-winning author Elizabeth Strout talks about her new novel "Oh William!" The book explores the relationship between Lucy Barton, a familiar character to Strout's readers, and her ex-husband William. And, composer Phil Woodmore is creating music to capture the grief felt during this pandemic. His works debuted at a public memorial earlier this month in St. Louis. Angela Kender, who attended the public memorial in honor of her mother, also joins us.

CSO Audio Program Notes
Virtual Preconcert Conversation: Montgomery, Schubert 8 & Prokofiev Piano Concerto No. 3

CSO Audio Program Notes

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 33:10


A hundred years ago, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra gave the world premiere of Prokofiev's Third Piano Concerto with the composer as soloist. Denis Matsuev joins the CSO led by Manfred Honeck to celebrate this milestone with a performance of Prokofiev's exuberant, poetic and witty score. Coincident Dances by Mead Composer-in-Residence Jessie Montgomery weaves a multicultural sonic tapestry to evoke the experience of walking through a New York City neighborhood. Schubert's Eighth Symphony bursts with memorable themes that surprise and delight at every turn. Michael Tilson Thomas has withdrawn from these performances due to health reasons. Learn more: https://cso.org/performances/21-22/cso-classical/montgomery-schubert-8-prokofiev-piano-concerto-no-3/

Woman's Hour
Dame Eileen Atkins; Equal pay; Harassment in Parliament; Composer Charlotte Bray

Woman's Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 56:29


In our final discussion to mark our 75th anniversary we look at the issue of equal pay. This was identified as the area women most want to see change in their daily lives and 70% of those asked said they had experienced inequality in this area. Emma Barnett talks to Baroness Kishwer Falkner who's head of the Equality and Human Rights Commission which regulates the Equality Act and also to Emma Satyamurti a lawyer leading a group action for equal pay by female staff working in Morrisons. Dame Eileen Atkins joins Emma to talk about the journey from being Tottenham's answer to Shirley Temple to hugely respected actor for stage, screen and TV. Her memoir is called 'Will She Do?' Today MPs are going to debate new government plans that would mean members who are suspended for sexual harassment or bullying could face a by-election. Labour want the measure to apply retrospectively - so that it would include the Conservative MP Rob Roberts who was suspended from Parliament for six weeks in May after an independent panel found he had sexually harassed a former employee. He did not face a petition to trigger a by-election due to a loophole in parliamentary procedure - because the panel that handed down his suspension doesn't have those powers. BBC political correspondent, Chris Mason, explains. Composer Charlotte Bray has composed new song cycle called Crossing Faultlines. Believed to be the first of its kind to address the topic of women in the workplace, the song cycle explores themes of mentorship, discrimination and ambition. The piece was commissioned as part of a new recital programme dream.risk.sing: elevating women's voices, an initiative conceived to express women's stories through song. Emma is joined by Charlotte Bray, Samantha Crawford and Lana Bode. Presenter: Emma Barnett Producer: Anna Lacey Interviewed Guest: Baroness Kishwer Falkner Interviewed Guest: Emma Satyamurti Interviewed Guest: Eileen Atkins Interviewed Guest: Charlotte Bray Interviewed Guest: Samantha Crawford Interviewed Guest: Lana Bode

Richard Skipper Celebrates
Richard Skipper Celebrates The Music of Mike Renzi w/Special Guests (10/18/21)1

Richard Skipper Celebrates

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 61:00


For Video Edtition, Please Click and Subscribe Here: https://youtu.be/Bi3h3HdGKv8 Michael Ernest Renzi (April 28, 1941 – September 28, 2021) was an American composer, music director, pianist, and jazz musician. We celebrate his rich legacy with a few of those who worked with him and knew him best. Nicolas King was among the guests to appear. An immensely talented musician, Renzi was influenced in his early years as a pianist by Bill Evans. After living and working in and around Providence, he graduated from the Boston Conservatory of Music in 1973 and Berklee College Of Music the following year. During these years of study he worked with local bands and as accompanist to visiting artists. Among these was Sylvia Sims and it was as a direct result of this engagement that he was hired to work with Mel Tormé. In 1976 he moved to New York City and from the late 70s onwards through the next two decades and into the early years of the twenty-first century, he appeared on scores of albums, sometimes only as pianist but most often also as arranger. Renzi also plays keyboards and occasionally guitar. Developing his own, hard bop style, Renzi also became a much sought after arranger. As a brief listing of the numerous artists with whom he has worked will show, many of them are singers with whom he established a special rapport, and in some cases has acted as musical director: Ruth Brown, Laverne Butler, Ann Hampton Callaway, Diahann Carroll, Freddy Cole, Cynthia Crane, Meredith D'Ambrosio, Blossom Dearie, Scott Hamilton, Lena Horne, Etta Jones, Jack Jones, Eartha Kitt, Steve LaSpina, Cleo Laine, Peggy Lee, Jay Leonhart, Gloria Lynne, Maureen McGovern, Liza Minnelli, Gerry Mulligan, Mark Murphy, Houston Person, John Pizzarelli, Annie Ross, George Shearing, an eight-week tour with Frank Sinatra, Carol Sloane, Grady Tate.

Science Diction
Algebra: From Broken Bones To Twitter Feuds

Science Diction

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 14:23


When high schooler Gracie Cunningham posted a TikTok asking where algebra came from, she probably didn't expect to become a viral sensation. There were the usual Twitter trolls, but some unexpected voices also began piping up, causing a flurry in the math world.Thank you to Chad, the listener who suggested that we do an episode on algebra. If you have a suggestion for a word or episode, leave us a voicemail. The number is 929-499-WORD, or 929-499-9673. Or, you can always send an email to podcasts@sciencefriday.com. Guests:  Steven Strogatz is a Professor of applied mathematics at Cornell, and Visiting Professor at National Museum of Mathematics.Eugenia Cheng is a mathematician and Scientist in Residence at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and the author of x + y: A Mathematician's Manifesto for Rethinking Gender. Footnotes & Further Reading:  Read Eugenia Cheng's full response to Gracie. Take a peek at al-Khwarizmi's The Compendious Book on Calculation by Completion and Balancing. Credits:  This episode was produced by Johanna Mayer and Lauren Young. Our Editor and Senior Producer is Elah Feder. Daniel Peterschmidt is our Composer. Danya AbdelHameid contributed fact checking. Our Chief Content Officier is Nadja Oertelt. 

Make Moves in Music (M3)
Mike Meiers: Emmy Award-Winning Composer & Guitar Coach

Make Moves in Music (M3)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 51:44


This week on M3 we're talking THE GUITAR as a vehicle for creative expression & success in the music industry! John's guest is Pittsburg-based Composer Mike Meiers. He is the host of the Songwriting For Guitar podcast, and an Emmy Award-Winning Songwriter & Producer. In this episode, Mike shares about his journey from being a kid learning to play guitar to realizing a life's purpose through the game-changing pursuits of coaching and collaboration. More Mike Meiers:Instagram @mike_meiersAbout The Songwriting For Guitar Podcast:Web: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/songwriting-for-guitar-podcast/id1527820620Join the Make Moves in Music movement:https://www.makemovesinmusic.comJoin Our Movers & Shakers on Patreon:https://www.patreon.com/makemovesinmusic

Life's a Mitch Podcast
Meet 'The Jezabels' Multi Instrumentalist/Composer and Classical Music Sensation - Heather Shannon!

Life's a Mitch Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 61:54


On this very special episode I get to meet another member from the greatest band of all time 'The Jezabels'. I'd love to introduce Heather Shannon !. Heather is a brilliant and dynamic musician. After graduating from the Sydney Conservatorium of Music with a Bachelor in Piano Performance, she became best known for her work as one quarter of internationally renowned independent rock band, The Jezabels. Heather has spent over a decade writing and recording award winning albums and performing in venues such as Sydney Opera House, The O2 Arena (London), Webster Hall (New York) and at festivals such as Lollapalooza (Chicago), and Glastonbury (UK). After the band went on Hiatus in 2017 Heather revisited her classical music roots and after sometime spent in Iceland she has completed her first solo album . "Midnight Sun" is a collection of solo piano pieces that are truly amazing to listen to and I am generally not a classical music listener however in this circumstance I have it on regular rotation . Heather opens up about her time in the music industry (so far) and chats about what its like to be a composer and performer in two very different musical worlds and about the genesis of both her own career and how 'The Jezabels' started out. She was also very open with her stories shared we hear just how brave she is having defeated cancer twice already in her young life you listeners will see why this is my episode to date. I encourage you to listen to the end Heather has allowed me to play on of the pieces of her album "Cradle" We had a great chat and It was truly a pleasure speaking to someone whose art I have enjoyed for over a decade. She is extremely nice and I think you'll genuinely enjoy our chat please make sure to check out her album (Streaming Everywhere). If you wish to Interact with Shannon or want to know more her website and social media are below. Why not give her a follow and a few streams .! Thanks Guys Mitch :) Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/heathershannonmusic/ Links to Stream "Midnight Sun" https://ffm.to/midnightsunalbum Website: https://www.heathershannonmusic.com/

Take This Job And Love It!
Craft & Career with Hanoi Hantrakul ’15, AI Research Scientist, Composer, and Cultural Technologist

Take This Job And Love It!

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 35:33


Welcome back to the Craft & Career series, where we connect with professional creatives from the arts, entertainment, and media industries, inviting our guests to discuss the nuances of their craft, the reality of their career, and how, in often surprising ways, these two concerns can work together. This week we'll be discussing the unique … Continue reading Craft & Career with Hanoi Hantrakul '15, AI Research Scientist, Composer, and Cultural Technologist →

Storytelling Saga
Episode 154 — A Composer's Mindset with Kevin Manthei

Storytelling Saga

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 57:07


Ali interviews TV, film and video game composer, Kevin Manthei. He shares about his musical influences, how he got his start composing for video games, his process for scoring an episode of TV, working as the series composer for Invader ZIM and stepping back into the world for Invader ZIM: Enter the Florpus, what went into creating “Peace Is Nice,” his thoughts on creative block, advice for aspiring composers, current projects and more!

The Holmes Archive of Electronic Music
An Imaginary Movie in Sound

The Holmes Archive of Electronic Music

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2021 75:54


Episode 56  An Imaginary Movie in Sound   Playlist John Carpenter, “Opening sequence” from Dark Star (1980 Citadel). This record contains incidental music, sound effects and dialogue from the motion picture. Electronic music by John Carpenter. Completed in 1974, the film wasn't released until 1979 following the success of Carpenter's Halloween. The soundtrack followed in 1980. Early synth music from Carpenter for which he used the EMS VCS3 synthesizer. 3:30 Dick Maas, “Main Title” and “Out of Breath” from L'Ascenseur Bande Originale Du Film (The Lift) (1984 Milan). Composed by, Roland synthesizers, Dick Maas. 5:11 Mike Oldfield, “Pran's Departure,” “Worksite,” “The Year Zero,” “Blood Sucking” from The Killing Fields (1984 Virgin). Composed by, guitar, Fairlight Computer, Mike Oldfield; Choral & Orchestral Arrangements, edited by, David Bedford; Choir, Tölzer Boys Choir; Composed by David Bedford (“Worksite”), Mike Oldfield; Conductor, Eberhard Schoener; Orchestra Of The Bavarian State Opera; Asian Percussion, Preston Heyman (“The Year Zero”). 6:56 David Holmes, “You're Going To Belfast,” “The Hunt,” and “'71” from '71 (2014 Touch Sensitive Records). 10:01 Arthur B Rubinstein, “Video Fever” plus dialogue from Wargames (1983 Polydor). Composer, Arthur B Rubinstein; Synclaver II Digital Music System; Linndrum Drum Machine; Roland System 100 Analog Synthesizer, programmed and performed, Anthony Marinelli, Brian Banks. 3:30 Michael Stearns, “Meditation 1” from Chronos (1984 Sonic Atmospheres). Created for the Ron Fricke film and produced for the six-channel discreet surround sound system of the OMNIMAX IMAX theaters. Stearns plays synthesizers made by Serge Modular, Oberheim, Yamaha, and EMU. Constance Demby plays “space” bass. 8:36 Cliff Martinez, “I Drive” from Drive (2011 Lakeshore Records). Composer, performer, Baschet Crystal, Cliff Martinez; Guitar, Mac Quayle; Lute, Sitar, Gregory Tripi. The Cristal Baschet is a contemporary musical instrument developed in 1952 by the brothers Bernard and François Baschet. To play, musicians rub the rods with wet fingertips. Martinez was also known as the drummer for the early Red Hot Chili Peppers. He uses the Baschet Cristal, a kind of glass harmonica, for many of the sustained, ambient tonalities, plus vintage synths and percussion devices to create these beautiful textures. 2:04 Cliff Martinez, “My Name on a Car” from Drive (2011 Lakeshore Records). Composer, performer, Baschet Crystal, Cliff Martinez; Guitar, Mac Quayle; Lute, Sitar, Gregory Tripi. 2:19 Cliff Martinez, “On the Beach” from Drive (2011 Lakeshore Records). Composer, performer, Baschet Crystal, Cliff Martinez; Guitar, Mac Quayle; Lute, Sitar, Gregory Tripi. 6:35 Cliff Martinez, “Rubber Head” from Drive (2011 Lakeshore Records). Composer, performer, Baschet Crystal, Cliff Martinez; Guitar, Mac Quayle; Lute, Sitar, Gregory Tripi. 3:09 Michael Stearns, “Meditation 3” from Chronos (1984 Sonic Atmospheres). Stearns plays synthesizers made by Serge Modular, Oberheim, Yamaha, and EMU. Constance Demby plays “space” bass. 5:05 Popol Vuh, “Sieh Nicht Überm Meer Ist's” from Cobra Verde (1987 Milan). Piano, Synclavier, vocals, Florian Fricke; Synclavier programming, recording and digital mastering by Ralph Graf; Guitar, percussion, vocals, Daniel Fichelscher; Vocals, Renate Knaup. 1:23 Popol Vuh, “Nachts: Schnee” and “Der Marktplatz” from Cobra Verde (1987 Milan). Piano, Synclavier, vocals, Florian Fricke; Synclavier programming, recording and digital mastering by Ralph Graf; Guitar, percussion, vocals, Daniel Fichelscher; Vocals, Renate Knaup. 4:24 Christopher Spelman, “The Final Journey” from The Lost City of Z (2017 Filmtrax). Composed, Arranged, Christopher Spelman; Conductors, Adam Klemens, Pejtsik Péter, Richard Hein; Drum, Jim Berenholtz; Flute, Jim Berenholtz; additional music, Kent Sparling; FILMharmonic Orchestra, The Budapest Film Orchestra, orchestrated by Daniel Halle. 7:51 Background Music, Introduction Vangelis, “Blade Runner Blues” from Blade Runner (1994 EastWest). "Most of the music contained in this album originates from recordings I made in London in 1982, whilst working on the score for the film Blade Runner. Finding myself unable to release these recordings at the time, it is with great pleasure that I am able to do so now. Some of the pieces contained will be known to you from the Original Soundtrack of the film, whilst others are appearing here for the first time. Looking back to Ridley Scott's powerful and evocative pictures left me as stimulated as before, and made the recompiling of this music, today, an enjoyable experience." Vangelis (Athens, April 1994). 8:54 Opening: Opening and closing sequences voiced by Anne Benkovitz. Additional opening, closing, and other incidental music by Thom Holmes. For additional notes, please see my blog Noise and Notations.  

Health Hats, the Podcast
Cost, In Any Other Language #145

Health Hats, the Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2021 41:17


What does healthcare cost mean? I can't explain it. Listen to Matt Pickering from Nat Quality Forum help us out. Consider serving as a patient rep with NQF. Blog subscribers: Listen to the podcast here. Scroll down through show notes to read the post. Please support my podcast. CONTRIBUTE HERE Episode Notes Prefer to read, experience impaired hearing or deafness? Find FULL TRANSCRIPT at the end of the other show notes or download the printable transcript here Contents with Time-Stamped Headings to listen where you want to listen or read where you want to read (heading. time on podcast xx:xx. page # on the transcript) Proem.. 1 Introducing Matthew Pickering 05:37. 2 Value to whom? 07:48. 3 Moving from volume to value 11:37. 3 Quality and cost measures help choose plans and providers 13:41. 4 Consumer seats at the table 15:06. 4 Cost, is it real? 17:09. 5 Measures inform and inspire, don't they? 22:27. 6 Cost is different. Smoke and mirrors? 25:23. 6 Do consumers use this cost and quality information? 27:45. 7 Who would want to sit on this cost committee? 30:51. 8 Participating 34:33. 9 Reflection 36:40  10 Please comments and ask questions at the comment section at the bottom of the show notes on LinkedIn  via email DM on Instagram or Twitter to @healthhats Credits Music by permission from Joey van Leeuwen, Boston Drummer, Composer, Arranger Web/social media coach, Kayla Nelson Inspiration from John Shaw, Danny Sands, Cynthia Cullen, Ellen Schultz, Janice McCallum, Michael Mittelman, Edwin Lomotan, Lacy Fabian, Michael Millenson, Amy Price, Tania Dutta, Uma Kotagal Sponsored by Abridge Links Matthew Pickering LinkedIn National Quality Forum (NQF) Cost and Efficiency Measure Standing Committee Better Ways to Cut Healthcare Waste What Is Value-Based Healthcare? New England Journal of Medicine PCORI: Patient Engagement CMS: Person and Family Engagement Related podcasts and blogs https://health-hats.com/zen_relationshipcentered_measure/ https://health-hats.com/pod137/ https://health-hats.com/infodemiology-too-much-not-enough/ About the Show Welcome to Health Hats, learning on the journey toward best health. I am Danny van Leeuwen, a two-legged, old, cisgender, white man with privilege, living in a food oasis, who can afford many hats and knows a little about a lot of healthcare and a lot about very little. Most people wear hats one at a time, but I wear them all at once. We will listen and learn about what it takes to adjust to life's realities in the awesome circus of healthcare. Let's make some sense of all this. To subscribe go to https://health-hats.com/ Creative Commons Licensing The material found on this website created by me is Open Source and licensed under Creative Commons Attribution. Anyone may use the material (written, audio, or video) freely at no charge. Please cite the source as: ‘From Danny van Leeuwen, Health Hats. (including the link to my website). I welcome edits and improvements. Please let me know. danny@health-hats.com. The material on this site created by others is theirs and use follows their guidelines. The Show Proem If a grocery store, car dealer, hardware store, eBay, Amazon charges $100 for something, how much does it get paid? $100. If a healthcare provider (doctor, physical therapist, clinic, hospital) charges $100, how much does it get paid?  It depends. It depends on the type of insurance, type of patient, service type. Type of insurance might be Medicare, Medicaid, private, none. Patient type means young, old, tall, short, full head of hair, bald, parent, grandparent, child.  No, that would be too easy.  It has nothing to do with the patient. It's about the relationship with the clinician - acute episode, continuous relationship, referred by another clinician, etc.). Specific types of service (medical, surgical, X-ray, lab, radiation therapy, preadmission testing, more than 200 types).

The Cruelest Month
Choose Your Fighter! Episode 1: The Monk

The Cruelest Month

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 41:08


In this first instalment of a new series, Composer and Sound Designer Josh Wilson teaches Writer Matthew Klein all about the world of Dungeons and Dragons and helps him build his first character, a monk! This is a great place to jump into the world of TTRPG's and learn all about the world of Dungeons and Dragons (5E)! Enjoy!

The Cruelest Month
Choose Your Fighter! Episode 1: The Monk

The Cruelest Month

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 41:08


In this all-new series, Composer and Sound Designer Josh Wilson teaches writer Matthew Klein all about the world of Dungeons and Dragons and helps him make his first character. This is a great starting point for people new to TTRPG's and Dungeons and Dragons!

Pete's Percussion Podcast - Pete Zambito
Pete's Percussion Podcast: Episode 263 - Patricia Islas (Part 2)

Pete's Percussion Podcast - Pete Zambito

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021


Percussion Specialist, Educator, Composer and Arranger Patricia Islas returns to talk about her musical background, working with her husband in the industry, and her compositional influences (03:20), and stays on for the Random Ass Question segment, including discussions of race, gender and representation in Percussion, along with her interests in martial arts and space exploration (32:00). Finishing with a Rave on the documentary Cured (01:16:15).Links:Part 1 with Patricia IslasTeam Islas WebsiteAnnie Chernow on the PodcastLinda Ronstadt - The Sound of My Voice trailerLinda Ronstadt - Canciones De Mi PadreJulie Davila on the podcastStreetfighterBjörk Playlist“Björk's Saga” - Alex RossKarl SandersMissy Elliott's 2019 VMA Speech“Work It” - 2019 VMAsRaychel Taylor on the podcastPaige Durr on the podcastLauren Teel on the podcastSandi RennickLindsey HartfelderEliana YamouniJurassic Park trailerContact trailerThe Room trailerThe Disaster Artist trailerCan't Hurt Me - David GogginsCarl Sagan“A Pale Blue Dot” - Carl SaganKali martial artsThe Joe Rogan ExperienceSonny ChibaKill Bill Volume 1 trailerRaves:Cured trailer

Entertainment(x)
Kris Kukul Part 2 ”Less Is More”

Entertainment(x)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 14:53


Kris Kukul (kriskukul.com)(IG:@kriskukul) is a New York City Based Orchestrator, Arranger, Music Director and Composer.  Currently he is Music Supervisor, Orchestrator, co-arranger and Conductor for Broadway's Tony nominated Beetlejuice The Musical! Other recent projects include, The Liz Swados Project for Ghostlight Records, In The Green at Lincoln Center Theatre, David Byrne's Joan of Arc the Public Theatre, Songbird by Michael Kimmel and Lauren Pritchard, a remounting of Elizabeth Swados' Runaways at New York's City Center, The Last Goodbye, an adaptation of Romeo and Juliet featuring the music of Jeff Buckley, and The Heart of Robin Hood, music by Parsonsfield. He has also arranged, orchestrated and conducted solo concerts for Broadway powerhouses Kate Baldwin (Extraordinary Machine), and Amy Spanger (The Music Be the Place) and the Lincoln Center American Songbook concert celebrating the music of Elizabeth Swados. For 10 seasons, he served as the resident music director for the Williamstown Theatre Festival. Productions included June Moon, The Last Goodbye, Animal Crackers and others. There he also directed the legendary Late-Night Cabarets, featuring iconic performers including Renee Fleming, Lewis Black, Kathleen Turner, Allison Janey, Tyne Daly, David Hyde Pierce, Judy Kuhn, Lena Hall, Judy Gold, Steven Pasquale, Kelli O'Hara, Phillipa Sou, Renee Elise Goldsberry, Debra Monk, Michael McKean, Harriet Harris and many others.  Kris began his career working for musical theatre icon Elizabeth Swados. Together, they created Jabu, Kaspar Hauser, The Nomad, The LaMama Cantata and numerous concerts and recordings. He and Director/Choreographer Sam Pinkleton are committed to keeping her legacy alive.   He music directed the film scores for Of Many, a documentary produced by Chelsea Clinton, and My Depression, an HBO animated film featuring the voices of Sigourney Weaver, Steve Buscemi and Fred Armisten. As Composer, Kris has written the music for the musicals Beauty Queen and Dash Dexter and the family friendly musicals Camp Monster and Wing It!, both produced by the Williamstown Theatre Festival. He also wrote the music for Oliver Twist at The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey and A Midsummer Night's Dream for The Greek National Theatre.  Internationally, he spent 3 seasons with The National Theatre of Greece, conducting and arranging music for tours of classical plays in ancient amphitheaters, including the festival of Epidaurus. He performed at the Edinburgh Fringe with the musical From the Fire. With The LaMama Cantata, he performed in Tokyo, Spoleto, Istanbul, Zagreb, Skopje and Belgrade. In New York City, Kris has worked at Playwrights Horizons, The Vineyard, New York Theatre Workshop, The Atlantic, The Flea, LaMama, Joe's Pub, 54 Below, Birdland, the Cherry Lane and the Lucille Lortel. He has worked regionally at San Diego's Old Globe, Arena Stage, Hartford Stage, A.R.T., Emerson Arts, Two River, Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey, Williamstown, The Village Theatre and Royal Manitoba Theatre Center. Kris is a Graduate of NYU Tisch School of the Arts. He is adjunct faculty at Tisch/Playwrights Horizons Theatre School, and has taught at The New School, Duke University, Columbia University, Belmont University, and Queens College.

CSO Audio Program Notes
CSO Program Notes: Shostakovich, Schubert 3 & Prokofiev Piano Concerto No. 1

CSO Audio Program Notes

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 19:03


Ukrainian-born piano powerhouse Alexander Gavrylyuk presents Prokofiev's iridescent and rhythmically animated First Piano Concerto, the work with which the composer made his CSO performance debut, in 1918, as part of its U.S. premiere. James Conlon leads this program framed by Shostakovich's steely Chamber Symphony, an adaptation of his elegiac Eighth String Quartet, and Schubert's mercurial Symphony No. 3, which shines with youthful vigor. Michael Tilson Thomas has withdrawn from these performances due to health reasons. Learn more: https://cso.org/performances/21-22/cso-classical/shostakovich-schubert-3-prokofiev-piano-concerto-no-1/

Aria Code
Blanchard's Fire Shut Up in My Bones: A Boy of Peculiar Grace

Aria Code

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 42:30


This week we're decoding with the man who wrote the code - Terence Blanchard, composer of Fire Shut Up in My Bones. Not only is it the work that reopened the Met after its 18-month pandemic shutdown, but it's also the first opera by a Black composer ever to be performed there. Based on the 2014 memoir of the same name by New York Times columnist Charles M. Blow, Fire Shut Up in My Bones is a coming-of-age story about his childhood in a tiny town in northwest Louisiana.  From a young age, Charles knew he was different, not like his brothers or the other boys. After being sexually assaulted by his older cousin, he was consumed by shame, and especially when he began to feel attraction toward boys as well as girls. The South was not the place to be questioning one's sexual identity as a Black man in the 1970s and 80s. But in the aria “Peculiar Grace,” he puts his questions aside and looks forward to a brighter future. Host Rhiannon Giddens and her guests explore the experience of feeling like an outsider, and the life-changing path toward self-acceptance. Composer Terence Blanchard is a multiple Grammy-winning composer and jazz trumpeter. Fire Shut Up In My Bones is his second opera, and it premiered at Opera Theatre of St. Louis in 2019. He has scored countless films, and is known for his many collaborations with the film director Spike Lee, including most recently Da 5 Bloods and BlacKkKlansman. Each was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Original Score. He credits his father for his love of opera, and he has a particular fondness for Puccini's La bohème. Baritone Will Liverman is singing the role of Charles in the Met's production of Fire Shut Up In My Bones. While he was sitting on his couch during the pandemic, wondering if he'd ever get to sing in front of an audience again, he was invited to send an audition tape and landed the role just a few days later. Will has collaborated with D.J. and artist K-Rico to create The Factotum, a contemporary  adaptation of Rossini's The Barber of Seville for the Lyric Opera of Chicago. He is an alumnus of the Ryan Opera Center at the Lyric Opera of Chicago. Dr. E. Patrick Johnson is an artist, writer, and professor of Performance Studies and African American Studies at Northwestern, where he is also the Dean of the School of Communication. He is the author and editor of several award-winning books, including Sweet Tea: Black Gay Men of the South. His research for the book included dozens of interviews with men who were born, raised, and still live in the South, and he later adapted it into a staged-reading, Pouring Tea, as well as a full-length play and a documentary. He has received multiple awards both for his scholarship and his stage work.

Legion Podcasts
Bitesize Cinema Podcast: Episode 117: Interview with Christopher Saint Booth

Legion Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 47:29


Join RJ with his very special guest Christopher Saint Booth – 11 Award winner including Fright Night Filmmaker of the year. Producer, Director, Composer, Author and Production designer of films, TV and documentaries for Syfy Channel, Universal and Sony. CEO of Spooked Productions and know for films; Dead Still, Children of the Grave and The Attached. www.spookedtv-od.com The post Bitesize Cinema Podcast: Episode 117: Interview with Christopher Saint Booth first appeared on Legion.

Legion Podcasts
Bitesize Cinema Podcast: Episode 117: Interview with Christopher Saint Booth

Legion Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 47:29


Join RJ with his very special guest Christopher Saint Booth – 11 Award winner including Fright Night Filmmaker of the year. Producer, Director, Composer, Author and Production designer of films, TV and documentaries for Syfy Channel, Universal and Sony. CEO of Spooked Productions and know for films; Dead Still, Children of the Grave and The Attached. www.spookedtv-od.com The post Bitesize Cinema Podcast: Episode 117: Interview with Christopher Saint Booth first appeared on Legion.

FutureStops
Ep. 21 — Amina Claudine Myers: In Music

FutureStops

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 37:10


Amina Claudine Myers is an, Organist, Pianst, Vocalist, Composer, Master Improvisationalist, Actress and Educator. She joins us here for an interview about her incredible life as a musician, and her yet-to-be-released Improvisational Suite, featuring the pipe organ. Amina's music gives us a glimpse into what's possible when a pipe organ is wielded by someone with a wide range of influences, and an unbridled, wild creativity.

Sideshow Sound Radio┃Film Soundtrack Podcast » Podcasts
Track Swap #8 – Demonic Chanting and Evil Whistling

Sideshow Sound Radio┃Film Soundtrack Podcast » Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 32:00


Are you ready to be scared? Then look no further, because Track Swap has got you covered! Rob Rawdon returns to the show to kick off the Halloween season. He has brought a truly terrifying score with him and Lasse tries his best to compete. Take a listen… if you dare!

Meet Me For Coffee
Randy Edelman - Music Producer, and Hollywood Film Composer

Meet Me For Coffee

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 37:59


We talk about his storied career from playing music, writing songs for some of the worlds biggest artists, and being the the business of scoring films such as Gettysburg, Dragonheart and more ! https://randyedelman.com/ ***************** Randy Edelman (born June 10, 1947) is an American https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Musician (musician), https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Record_producer (producer), and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Composer (composer) for https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Film_score (film and television). He began his career as a member of Broadway's pit orchestras, and later went on to produce solo albums for songs that were picked up by leading music performers including The Carpenters, Barry Manilow, and Dionne Warwick. He is known for his work in https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comedy_film (comedy films). He has been awarded many prestigious awards, including two nominations for a https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Golden_Globe_Award_for_Best_Original_Score (Golden Globe Award), a https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BAFTA_Award (BAFTA Award), and twelve https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BMI_Awards (BMI Awards). Edelman was given an honorary doctorate in fine arts by the University of Cincinnati in 2004. Some of Edelman's best known films scores include https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Twins_(1988_film) (Twins), https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kindergarten_Cop (Kindergarten Cop), https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beethoven_(film) (Beethoven), https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gettysburg_(1993_film) (Gettysburg), https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Mask_(1994_film) (The Mask), https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dragonheart (Dragonheart), https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daylight_(1996_film) (Daylight) and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/XXX_(2002_film) (XXX). He also wrote the theme of the popular television series https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MacGyver_(1985_TV_series) (MacGyver). Many of his musical pieces have been reused in television advertising, trailers, Disney movies, and award shows.

The Holmes Archive of Electronic Music
Drum Machines: A Recorded History, Part 2, Digital Drum Machines

The Holmes Archive of Electronic Music

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 113:02


Episode 55 Drum Machines: A Recorded History, Part 2: Digital Drum Machines   Playlist Linn Drum Gary Numan, “My Brothers Time” from Dance (1981 Beggar's Banquet). Early use of the Linn LM-1 by John Webb on this track. Note the sound of the claves, played by Numan but not digital. Bass, Saxophone, Mick Karn; Linn LM-1 drum machine, John Webb; Piano, Claves, Gary Numan. 4:37 Rajie, “ストーミー・ナイト (Stormy Night)” from Acoustic Moon (Sony 1981). Early recognition in Japan of the original Linn LM-1 drum machine. Rajie, vocals; Guitar, Mikihiko Matsumiya; Bass, Tsugutoshi Goto ; Chorus,  Hiroshi Koide,  Raji ; Composed By,  Akira Inoue ; Drums,  Tatsuo Hayashi ; Electric Guitar-Tsuyoshi Kon; Flute,  Motoya Hamaguchi ; Lyrics By,  Etsuko Kisugi ; Percussion,  Motoya Hamaguchi ; Prophet-10, Linn LM-1, Electric Piano,  Akira Inoue. Early Linn Drum Computer. 5:08 Herbie Hancock, “The Twilight Clone” from Magic Windows (1981 Columbia). If you want to study the latest in emerging electronic music instruments, just listen to the many albums by Herbie Hancock throughout the 1970s and 1980s. He was an early adopter of the Linn LM-1, heard here and played by Hancock. Bass, Louis Johnson; Linn LM-1 Drum Machine, Herbie Hancock; Ghanian Drums, Moody Perry III; Ghanian Drums, Bells, Kwasi Dzidzornu, Kwawu Ladzekpo; Lead Guitar, Adrian Belew; Percussion, Paulinho Da Costa; Rhythm Guitar, George Johnson; Written by, A. Belew, H. Hancock. 8:16 Don Henley, “The Boys of Summer” Linn Drum demo version (excerpt) (1984 private). Guitar and Linndrum, Mike Campbell; Synthesizer, Steve Porcaro; Synthesizer, Guitar, Danny Kortchmar. Bass, Larry Klein; vocals, lyrics, Don Henley. The instrumental part of the song came first and was put together by Tom Petty bandmate Mike Campbell who had just purchased a LinnDrum machine which was a more affordable model than the original LM-1 released in 1980. Campbell put together a rhythm track and played some guitar. Tom Petty wasn't interested in the song at that time, so it went to Henley, who wrote the lyrics. This demo was close to the final version. The final mix of the song also included some human drumming, as did live performances where a human drummer tried to replicate the sound of the original Linndrum. 0:42 Jean Michel Jarre, “Zoolookologie” from Zoolook (1984 Disques Dreyfus). A fascinating exploration of samples both of voice and drums. This is the later version of the Linn Linndrum machine, just before the introduction of the Linn 9000. There is pure joy in this track as Jarre uses the Linndrum to create many unexpected sounds and atypical rhythms. Bass, Marcus Miller; Composer, Producer, Ethnic Vocals Processing, Keyboards, Electronics, Jean-Michel Jarre; Drums, Yogi Horton; Daniel Lazerus; Guitar Ira Siegel; Guitar, Effects, Adrian Belew; Keyboards, Frederic Rousseau. 4:13 David Van Tieghem, “In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida” from In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida (1986 Wide Angle). Drummer and percussionist Van Tieghem created this version of the Iron Butterfly song using electronic drums (Octapads) and digital drums. Engineer, Programmed By Fairlight Programming Assistance, Eric Liljestrand; Guitar, Larry Saltzman; Vocals, Synthesizer Digital, Analog, Percussion Acoustic, Electronic, Mixed By, Producer, David Van Tieghem; Written-By, Doug Ingle. Basically a one-person performance aside from guitarist Saltzman. Van Tieghem was using both hand played electronic drums (the Octapads) plus some digital drum machines. 5:36 Suzanne Ciani, “Mosaic” from Neverland (1988 Private Music). Composed, Arranged, Performed, Produced by Suzanne Ciani. Among the many electronic instruments used by Ciani were keyboards made by Yamaha, Roland, and Bode (vocoder). For drum programming, she turned to the Linn 9000. This track has some decidedly simple, yet complex rhythms using the Linn 9000 that are truly nuanced and more jazz like. The care with which she programmed this track is in contrast to the typical drum machine beats you hear on records. Ciani also used a Roland TR-707 on this album, which you may also detect on this track. 4:37 Oberheim DMX Todd McKinney, “Kimberlite” from The Sound Of The System (1982 Oberheim). This 7-inch demo disc includes music created by Todd McKinney and Daniel Soger, two Oberheim employees. “Kimberlite” was composed and performed by McKinney using the DMX Programmable Digital Drum Machine, the DSX Digital Polyphonic Sequencer, and the OB-Xa Polyphonic Synthesizer. 2:28 Tangerine Dream, “Poland” from Poland (The Warsaw Concert) (1984 Jive Electro). You can hear the Bohn Digital Drums in the first half of the song and the Oberheim DMX in the second half. But that's a bit of a guess. Dr. Böhm DIGITAL DRUMS was a rhythm machine made in Germany from 1982-83, also known as ''the German Linndrum.'' Composed, performed, and produced by Tangerine Dream. Jupiter 8, PPG Wave 2.3 Waveterm, Minimoog, Korg Monopoly, Sequenced by EEH CM 4 Digital Sequencer, Bohm Digital Drums, Roland Tr 808 Drums, Roland SDE 3000 Delay, MXR 01 Digital Reverb, MXR Digital Delay, Johannes Schmoelling; Prophet 5, Prophet 600, Prophet 1, E-mu Custom Programmable Synth, Moog Custom Programmable Modular Synth, MTI Synergy, Sequenced by the PE Polyrhythmic Sequencer, Compulab Digital Sequencer, Syntec Custom Digital Drum Computer, Electronic Drums Simmons Drum Modules, Effects Quantec Room Simulator, Roland SDE 3000, Electronics Hill Multi-mixer, Chris Franke; Yamaha DX 7, Yamaha YP 30, Jupiter 8, Jupiter 6, Prophet 5, PPG Wave 2.2, Sequenced By Pe Polyrhythmic Sequencer, EEH Cm 4 Digital Sequencer, PE Custom Trigger Selector, DMX Oberheim Digital Drum machine, Edgar Froese. 8:43 Herbie Hancock, “Earth Beat” from Future Shock (1983 Columbia). In addition to the DMX, this track includes evidence that Garfield Electronics Dr. Click Rhythm Controller was a much-needed rhythm device for wrangling the otherwise incompatible signals prior to the introduction of MIDI a few years later. Craig Anderton wrote the following about Doctor Click in an article in Keyboard from 1983: "Doctor Click is not a keyboard instrument, not a drum machine, and not a signal processor: What it does is synchronize and interface these three families of devices together. Not only can it interface to existing sync tracks, it can build up click tracks from incomplete click tracks, and even create sync and/or click tracks which are referenced to a live musician." Hancock masters Dr. Click on this album. Fairlight CMI, Yamaha GS-1, Yamaha CE-20, Dr. Click Rhythm Controller, Herbie Hancock; DMX Drum Machine, Synare Electronic Drums, Memory Moog Programming, Michael Beinhorn; Bass, Bill Laswell; Bata, Daniel Ponce; Turntables – Grandmixer D. ST. 5:09 Herbie Hancock, “Hardrock” from Sound System (1984 Columbia). The sound of the Oberheim DMX digital drum machine as used by Herbie Hancock. This album was his follow-up to the album Future Shock on the DMX made a famous appearance in the song Rockit, which was unusually a top-selling hit for Hancock. The DMX is played here by non-other than Bill Laswell. Note that Simmons electronic drums are also being played on this track by Anton Fier, but I think you can tell the difference. Bass, Drum Machine DMX, Tape, Bill Laswell; Bata, Daniel Ponce; Simmons electronic drums, Sound Plates, Cuica, Anton Fier; Guitar, Henry Kaiser, Nicky Skopelitis; Fairlight CMI Programming, Will Alexander; Fairlight CMI, Rhodes Chroma, Apple IIe, Yamaha DX7, Emu 4060 Digital Keyboard, Herbie Hancock; Synthesizer (XMD), Rob Stevens; Turntables, D. St; Written-By, B. Laswell, D. Showard, Herbie Hancock. 6:10 Davy DMX, “Bonus Beats” from One For The Treble (Fresh) (1984 Tuff City). Davy DMX when he first met the Oberhheim DMX digital sampling drum machine. He is also known as David Franklin Reeves, Jr. Here is a bonus track of only drum machine and turntable. 1:47 Davy DMX, “One For The Treble (Fresh) (Instrumental)” from One For The Treble (Fresh) (1984 Tuff City). Davy DMX when he first met the Oberheim DMX digital sampling drum machine. Another track from that same 12-inch. 7:31 Movement MCS Drum Computer John Foxx, “Pater Noster” from The Garden (Virgin 1981). This album was produced after Foxx left Ultravox. It is another example of the MCS Drum Computer. This track only features Foxx on synthesizers, voice, drum programming, and a manually struck Tom Tom. 2:30 Roland El Escuadrón Del Ritmo, “Las Cucarachas” from Back Up: Mexican Tecno Pop 1980-1989 (2021 Dark Entries). I discovered this wonderful collection of Mexican synth-pop tracks, some never before heard, and immediately dug-out a track using a drum machine. This track is from 1982. In this case, the drum machine is the Roland Compu-Rhythm CR-78, which was a transitional analog device with analog drum sounds and digital control for programming patterns. 3:44 Nahtabisk, “La Dama De Probeta” from Back Up: Mexican Tecno Pop 1980-1989 (2021 Dark Entries). Another hidden gem from Mexico. This track is from 1984 and features the Roland drumTR-606 Drumatix. The TR-606 featured PCM-encoded sounds of real drums. This small device, that ran on batteries, helped define the sound of early techno. 3:20 E-mu Joe Mansfield, “Drumulator (Instrumental)” from Drumulator (2014 Get On Down). This is a track featuring the sounds of the E-mu Drumulator that was sold from 1983 to 1985. It had twelve, 8-bit sampled sounds of real drums and at about $1000 was more affordable that drum machines like the Linndrum and Oberheim DMX. It was created on the heels of the sample synthesizers they made under the Emulator name. It also had a relatively short life so few recordings from the time were made. This demo is an example of what could be done with the Drumulator and Herbie Hancock took a liking to it prior to switching to the Oberheim DMX. 2:02 Richard Souther, “Uncharted Waters” from Innermission (1986 Meadowlark Records). Music and realization by Richard Souther. Includes synthesizers from Roland, PPG, Sequential Circuits, and Casio. He also used both the Linn 9000 and E-mu SP-12 drum machines, which are both heard on this track. You can clearly hear the Linn 900 and its distinctive snare and bass sounds, while the E-mu, which was built around the circuits in the company's popular keyboard samplers, provided some of the more unusual, even exotic, percussion sounds. 3:23 Alesis Slant, “Sheep” and “Ducks” from Hive (1989 These Records). This amazing group, although short-lived, was a British experiment in rock with noise elements that included Cris Cheek, Philip Jeck, Sianed Jones, and Osian Tam. Cross used an Alesis HR-16, which is showcased in the second of two tracks, “Ducks.” I think that is probably the same drum machine in the first track, “Sheep” so I thought this represented some good contrast in the way that the sound could be treated. This had 49 digital samples of drums that could be programmed in real-time by playing the velocity sensitive drum buttons. Double Bass Julia Doyle; Guitar, Cabasa, Engineer, Co-producer Maciek Hrybowicz; Keyboards, Accordion, Synthesizer DX7; Piano, Clarinet, Voice, Marimba, Goblet Drum Darabouka, Tambourine, Bells Agogo Bells, Sampler Cassette Samples, Flute Souffara, Rattle Seed Pod Rattles, Performer Emax, Alesis HR-16, Breath Rhythms, Face Slap, Mixed By, Co-producer Cris Cheek; Turntables, Radio Philip Jeck; Violin, Piano, Vocals, Organ, Fife, Viol Viola Da Gamba, Harmonium, Claves, Performer Emax, Breath Rhythms, Mixed By, Co-producer Sianed Jones; Voice Osian Tam. 4:31 Closing, Linn LinnDrum Mikel Rouse, “Quorum part 2” from Quorum (1984 Club Soda Music). It was inevitable that a composer would create an extended piece of music using only the Linn Linndrum. Mikel Rouse was that person. Listen to the hypnotic patterns of this work. From the composer's notes: “Quorom is a piece for LinnDrum machine (or 18 percussion players) in 9 parts running approximately 1 hour and 45 minutes in length. Though the sequence of parts 1 through 9 must be maintained, the parts may be divided into sections, or run continuously. Themes are produced through the synchronization of the 3 generators, 3-5-8, and their complimentary factors yield counterthemes. Power series are then applied to produce harmonic contrasts from the original themes. Thematic material is developed through multiple variation techniques (circular permutations, accents through superimposition of an additional component, natural growth through the summation series). I decided to undertake the programming myself and, with the aid of Jim Bergman, successfully completed the programming in about 5 hours. I would like to stress that all programming was done through the step-by-step process provided in the operator's manual for construction “songs” from “patterns”. No special treatments or extensions (including cassette interfaces) were required.” Such was the versatility of the Linn Linndrum. 11:16   Background Sounds Volti, “Corazón” from Back Up: Mexican Tecno Pop 1980-1989 (2021 Dark Entries). Mexican electro-pop group. This track is from 1986 and features unknown drum programming. vocals, synthesizer, Lyndell Brookhouse; bass, synthesizers, drum programming percussion, Eddie Rubello; Backing Vocals, Katie Taylor; Congas, Edgar Herrera; Piano, Vincent Kenis; Timbales, Pedro Ortiz. 3:45. Adams and Fleisner, tracks “a1, a2, b1, b2, b3” from Modern Digital Recorded Drumcomputer Rhythm Tracks (1983 Break Records). I think this track of library digital drum samples from the Netherlands was made with the Drum Computer MCS II (or Percussion Computer) from Movement Computer Systems, a rare British made-drum machine circa 1983. It had an integrated CRT monitor and had an orange (or black) case. It used 8-bit samples of drums and featured 14 voices and programmable patterns. Opening: Opening and closing sequences voiced by Anne Benkovitz. Additional opening, closing, and other incidental music by Thom Holmes. For additional notes, please see my blog Noise and Notations. There are dozens of drum machines that dot the history of electronic music. For an encyclopedic list of almost every drum machines ever made, and there were dozens of variations and models up until around 1985, check-out the excellent books by Alex Graham, a UK-based drum machine collector and specialist.

Entertainment(x)
Kris Kukul Part 1 ”Less Is More”

Entertainment(x)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 15:59


Kris Kukul (kriskukul.com)(IG:@kriskukul) is a New York City Based Orchestrator, Arranger, Music Director and Composer.  Currently he is Music Supervisor, Orchestrator, co-arranger and Conductor for Broadway's Tony nominated Beetlejuice The Musical! Other recent projects include, The Liz Swados Project for Ghostlight Records, In The Green at Lincoln Center Theatre, David Byrne's Joan of Arc the Public Theatre, Songbird by Michael Kimmel and Lauren Pritchard, a remounting of Elizabeth Swados' Runaways at New York's City Center, The Last Goodbye, an adaptation of Romeo and Juliet featuring the music of Jeff Buckley, and The Heart of Robin Hood, music by Parsonsfield. He has also arranged, orchestrated and conducted solo concerts for Broadway powerhouses Kate Baldwin (Extraordinary Machine), and Amy Spanger (The Music Be the Place) and the Lincoln Center American Songbook concert celebrating the music of Elizabeth Swados. For 10 seasons, he served as the resident music director for the Williamstown Theatre Festival. Productions included June Moon, The Last Goodbye, Animal Crackers and others. There he also directed the legendary Late-Night Cabarets, featuring iconic performers including Renee Fleming, Lewis Black, Kathleen Turner, Allison Janey, Tyne Daly, David Hyde Pierce, Judy Kuhn, Lena Hall, Judy Gold, Steven Pasquale, Kelli O'Hara, Phillipa Sou, Renee Elise Goldsberry, Debra Monk, Michael McKean, Harriet Harris and many others.  Kris began his career working for musical theatre icon Elizabeth Swados. Together, they created Jabu, Kaspar Hauser, The Nomad, The LaMama Cantata and numerous concerts and recordings. He and Director/Choreographer Sam Pinkleton are committed to keeping her legacy alive.   He music directed the film scores for Of Many, a documentary produced by Chelsea Clinton, and My Depression, an HBO animated film featuring the voices of Sigourney Weaver, Steve Buscemi and Fred Armisten. As Composer, Kris has written the music for the musicals Beauty Queen and Dash Dexter and the family friendly musicals Camp Monster and Wing It!, both produced by the Williamstown Theatre Festival. He also wrote the music for Oliver Twist at The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey and A Midsummer Night's Dream for The Greek National Theatre.  Internationally, he spent 3 seasons with The National Theatre of Greece, conducting and arranging music for tours of classical plays in ancient amphitheaters, including the festival of Epidaurus. He performed at the Edinburgh Fringe with the musical From the Fire. With The LaMama Cantata, he performed in Tokyo, Spoleto, Istanbul, Zagreb, Skopje and Belgrade. In New York City, Kris has worked at Playwrights Horizons, The Vineyard, New York Theatre Workshop, The Atlantic, The Flea, LaMama, Joe's Pub, 54 Below, Birdland, the Cherry Lane and the Lucille Lortel. He has worked regionally at San Diego's Old Globe, Arena Stage, Hartford Stage, A.R.T., Emerson Arts, Two River, Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey, Williamstown, The Village Theatre and Royal Manitoba Theatre Center. Kris is a Graduate of NYU Tisch School of the Arts. He is adjunct faculty at Tisch/Playwrights Horizons Theatre School, and has taught at The New School, Duke University, Columbia University, Belmont University, and Queens College.

More Than A Muse
Happy Birthday Pop Quiz: We're One Year Old!

More Than A Muse

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 43:45


We're One!!! We are officially ONE YEAR OLD as of tomorrow and to celebrate we did a whole episode quizzing each other and ourselves on all of our past episodes.  From Artemesia Gentileschi to Shirley Jackson, let's see how well we know all of the artists we've talked about, and reminisce on all of the topics and people we've talked about in this past year!Want to check out some of our favorite books? Check out our booklist Follow Us on Instagram @morethanamuse.podcast 

Nerd Noise Radio - RERUNS!
NNR Reruns: C1E1: "Press Start" (orig released 01/05/2017)

Nerd Noise Radio - RERUNS!

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2021 50:31


As we get towards the end of our run here on Buzzsprout with the dedicated reruns feed, I felt it would be apropos to share the first two episodes of Channel 1. A couple caveats: 1) The production quality of the intro and outro are -TERRIBLE-! 2) Due to a simple mistake on my part, the music blocks on these two episodes are in mono. I discovered and corrected the issue in time to save Episode 3, but not in time for episodes 1 and 2. But, these are both great episodes and great collections of music! Especially episode 2, and my enthusiasm at the start of my podcasting journey can clearly be felt. So, it's for these reasons that I hope you'll enjoy them! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------The moment has finally come - the Channel 1 podcast is HERE!  Today's broadcast is Episode 1 for ThemeThursday, January 5th, 2017. Today's Theme is title screen music on a program we're calling “Press Start”.  Tracklist - Track#, Game, System, Composer, Timestamp:  01: Intro - 00:00 02: Sonic 3 - Genesis - Tomonori Sawada - 01:50 03: Double Dragon - NES - Kazunaka Yamane - 02:05 04: Metroid - FDS - Hirokazu ("Hip") Tanaka - 03:44 05: Crash Bandicoot - PS1 - Josh Mancell - 05:17 06: SpiderMan/X-Men - SNES - Tim and Geoff Follin - 06:51 07: Halo - Xbox - Martin O'Donnell - 07:48 08: Ballblazer - Atari 8-bit - Peter Langston and “Riffology” - 10:35 09: Doom 2016 - Multiplat - Mick Gordon - 12:59 10: Street Fighter 2 - Arcade - Yoko Shimomura - 15:20 11: SomerAssault - TG16 - Hidehito Aoki and Katsuyuki Inose - 15:46 12: Zelda II - FDS - Akito Nakatsuka - 18:29 13: LED Storm - ZX Spectrum - Tim Follin - 20:56 14: Streets of Rage - Genesis - Yuzo Koshiro - 23:38 15: Mega Man 2 - NES - Takashi Tateishi - 25:05 16: Shovel Knight - Multi - Jake Kaufman - 26:48 17: Ocarina of Time - N64 - Koji Kondo - 27:40 18: Revenge of Shinobi - PC88 - Yuzo Koshiro - 30:03 19: Golden Axe - C64 - comp: You Takada / arr: Jeroen Tel - 30:22 20: Final Fantasy VII - PS1 - Nobuo Uematsu - 33:05 21: Bonk's Revenge - TG16 - Hirohiko Takayama - 35:52 22: Wolfchild - Amiga - Martin Iveson - 36:10 23: Kirby's Dreamland - Gameboy - Jun Ishikawa - 39:47 24: X-Men - Arcade - Junya Nakano - 40:24 25: Mortal Kombat - Genesis - Matt Furniss - 40:59 26: Black Belt - Mastersystem - Katsuhiro Hayashi - 42:01 27: Xybots - Arcade - Hal Canon, Brad Fuller, and/or Earl Vickers - 42:11 28: Super Mario World - SNES - Koji Kondo - 42:31 29: Outro - 44:03   Music Block Runtime: 42:14, Total Episode Runtime: 50:31  Our Intro and Outro Music is Funky Radio - Jet Grind Radio - Dreamcast - BB Rights 

Worship Interludes - Piano Instrumentals for Prayer, Meditation, Soaking Worship, Relaxation, Study, and Rest

“Mindful Moments, Op. 8” – Solo Piano Instrumental Interludes by Fred McKinnon Released October 9, 2021 Today's interlude is a shorter piano instrumental that is part of my “Mindful Moments” series. This series features piano improvisations that are under five minutes. My wife was talking about some of my instrumental pieces earlier this week. She... The post Mindful Moments, Opus 8 [Episode 262] appeared first on Fred McKinnon, Pianist, Composer.

Mediapolis
Mort d'Etienne Mougeotte : "Je n'ai jamais connu un directeur composer une antenne avec autant d'intelligence"

Mediapolis

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2021 3:55


Entourées de Pierre de Vilno, les Grandes voix décryptent et analysent sans complaisance la vie politique.

Kids Q The Music
Musical Book Reviews

Kids Q The Music

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2021 12:30


It's been over a year since the last Rebecca Reads! If you didn't catch them last summer, Rebecca and her kids read a musical book each week on The Lane School of Music Facebook page. Now, very special guests Charles and Thomas Lane, are here to help Rebecca and Zara review their favourite musical books. They have books about piano playing bears, cats who compose and even a man who eats instruments. You are sure to find something new to add to your summer reading list!The Lane family's favourite musical books:Mole MusicWritten and illustrated by David McPhail The Bear and the PianoThe Bear, the Piano, the Dog, and the FiddleWritten and illustrated by David Litchfield I Know a Shy Fellow Who Swallowed a CelloWritten by Barbara GarrielIllustrated by John O'Brien Ketzel, the Cat Who ComposedWritten by Leslea NewmanIllustrated by Amy June Bates BecauseWritten by Mo WillemsIllustrated by Amber Ren Sign up for a free trial lesson: https://www.laneschoolofmusic.com/onlineHead to https://upperbeachesmusic.com/podcast to ask your music questions and Rebecca and Zara just might answer them on an upcoming episode!

CSO Audio Program Notes
Virtual Preconcert Conversation: Shostakovich, Schubert 3 & Prokofiev Piano Concerto No. 1

CSO Audio Program Notes

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 37:07


Ukrainian-born piano powerhouse Alexander Gavrylyuk presents Prokofiev's iridescent and rhythmically animated First Piano Concerto, the work with which the composer made his CSO performance debut, in 1918, as part of its U.S. premiere. James Conlon leads this program framed by Shostakovich's steely Chamber Symphony, an adaptation of his elegiac Eighth String Quartet, and Schubert's mercurial Symphony No. 3, which shines with youthful vigor. Michael Tilson Thomas has withdrawn from these performances due to health reasons.

CSO Audio Program Notes
CSO Program Notes: Saint-Saëns & Schumann

CSO Audio Program Notes

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 12:25


Composer Augusta Holmès broke gender barriers in 19th-century Paris, studying with Romantic master César Franck and writing symphonic works on a heroic scale. The sumptuous Night and Love offers a snapshot of her remarkable talents. Saint-Saëns' richly melodic concerto highlights CSO Principal Cello John Sharp, and Schumann's Second Symphony expresses triumph after his struggles with illness and depression. Learn more: https://cso.org/performances/21-22/cso-classical/saint-saens-schumann/

CSO Audio Program Notes
Virtual Preconcert Conversation: Saint-Saëns & Schumann

CSO Audio Program Notes

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 36:19


Composer Augusta Holmès broke gender barriers in 19th-century Paris, studying with Romantic master César Franck and writing symphonic works on a heroic scale. The sumptuous Night and Love offers a snapshot of her remarkable talents. Saint-Saëns' richly melodic concerto highlights CSO Principal Cello John Sharp, and Schumann's Second Symphony expresses triumph after his struggles with illness and depression. Learn more: https://cso.org/performances/21-22/cso-classical/saint-saens-schumann/

The World Fusion Show
Ep 112 with Mike Block, cellist, composer and singer-songwriter

The World Fusion Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 29:54


Ep #112 with Mike Block, cellist, composer and singer-songwriter. Mike Block is an eclectic composer, singer-songwriter and cellist who performs with Yo-Yo Ma's Silk Road Ensemble. He has freed himself from the ordinary constraints of playing the cello sitting down with his innovative Block Strap which allows him to move freely and even dance while playing. This episode features some of his great compositions and improvisations with a variety of musicians including Sandeep Das on the tabla. A Worldsoul Records production derrikjordan.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/109866072979176/videos/298132958441160 YouTube: https://youtu.be/EYbycxQCUVU Podcast: https://soundcloud.com/hilljoy/ep-112-with-mike-block-cellist-composer-and-singer-songwriter Derrik Jordan Host and Producer of The World Fusion Show National Winner of the Best Entertainment and Arts Series 2019 on Public Access TV https://soundcloud.com/hilljoy

Pete's Percussion Podcast - Pete Zambito
Pete's Percussion Podcast: Episode 262 - Patricia Islas (Part 1)

Pete's Percussion Podcast - Pete Zambito

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021


Percussion Specialist, Arranger, Composer, Performer and Educator Patricia Islas stops by to talk about her work in Coppell ISD (TX), working in challenging programs, and staying creative (05:50), staying motivated while moving around in different programs, dealing with burnout and seeing the challenges of doing band in Texas (27:50), writing Momentum (her first book of original music) and the challenges of self-publishing (51:10), and how was able to financially make it through the early years (01:02:45).Finishing with a Rave on Mizzou's Wind Ensemble Concert from October 4, 2021 (01:10:00).Links:Team Islas WebpageAnnie Chernow on the podcastShe-e WuMichael Burritt“Last Train Home” - Pat Metheny

The Culture News
Interview Composer Aaron Jay Kernis - On the phone with David Serero - The Culture News

The Culture News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 15:42


Interview with Pulitzer Prize and Grammy-Award winner Composer Aaron Jay Kernis - On the phone with David Serero - The Culture News.

Sideshow Sound Radio┃Film Soundtrack Podcast » Podcasts
Track Swap #7 – A Brave Girl and A Strong Friendship

Sideshow Sound Radio┃Film Soundtrack Podcast » Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 37:10


After some delays, Erik Woods from The Cinematic Sound Radio Podcast finally joins Lasse as a guest on Track Swap. Brace yourselves, since this music will probably make you cry. One movie is about a terribly tragic true story, the other is a coming-of-age adventure about friendship. Big thanks to these talented composers, who delivered […]

Microsoft 365 Developer Podcast
Bot Framework Composer Video series with Ayça Baş and Bob German

Microsoft 365 Developer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 43:03


Ayca and Bob return to the show to talk about a new video series that discusses the Who's Online bot created using Bot Framework Composer and Cognitive Services. Links from the show: https://aka.ms/BotComposerSeries Microsoft News Text Analytics for Extractive Summarization Community Links ASP.NET Core 5 Microsoft Power BI Reporting ProvisionGenie - an open-source provisioning engine for Microsoft Teams

Broken Record with Malcolm Gladwell, Rick Rubin, and Bruce Headlam
White Lotus Composer Cristobal Tapia de Veer

Broken Record with Malcolm Gladwell, Rick Rubin, and Bruce Headlam

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 39:58


Cristobal Tapia de Veer is the composer and musician behind Mike White's HBO show, White Lotus. The sounds in the score range from percussive African and Latin American instruments to guttural human chants. On today's episode Justin Richmond talks to de Veer about how he came up with White Lotus' striking soundscape. De Veer plays stems from the score and explains about how he initially set out to create a Hawaiian Hitchcock sound. He also talks about how he created the signature tribal-sounding vocals from White Lotus after being summoned to California by Kanye West. Subscribe to Broken Record's YouTube channel to hear all of our interviews:  https://www.youtube.com/brokenrecordpodcast and follow us on Twitter @BrokenRecord You can also check out past episodes here: https://brokenrecordpodcast.com Check out Cristobal Tapia de Veer's soundtrack for White Lotus HERE. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Inebriart podcast
Composer Sam Hyken Ep. 255

Inebriart podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 44:51


Composer Sam Hyken of Nu Deco Ensemble how to bring in younger audiences, how to arrange metal for an orchestra, the intricacies of arranging someone else's composition, and the importance of having someone to tell you no. Thanks to our sponsor   Intro music is "String Anticipation" by Cory Gray.

The Daily
The Sunday Read: ‘The Composer at the Frontier of Movie Music'

The Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2021 40:16


You have almost certainly heard Nicholas Britell's music, even if you don't know his name. More than any other contemporary composer, he appears to have the whole of music history at his command, shifting easily between vocabularies, often in the same film.His most arresting scores tend to fuse both ends of his musical education. “Succession” is 18th-century court music married to heart-pounding beats; “Moonlight” chops and screws a classical piano-and-violin duet as if it's a Three 6 Mafia track.Britell's C.V. reads like the setup for a comedy flick: a Harvard-educated, world-class pianist who studied psychology and once played in a moderately successful hip-hop band, who wound up managing portfolios on Wall Street.That is until he started scoring movies, and quickly acquired Academy Award nominations.“What I've found in the past,” said Jon Burlingame, a film-music historian, “is that people have found it impossible to incorporate such modern musical forms as hip-hop into dramatic underscore for films. When Nick did it in ‘Moonlight,' I was frankly stunned. I didn't think it was possible.”This story was written by Jamie Fisher and recorded by Audm. To hear more audio stories from publications like The New York Times, download Audm for iPhone or Android.