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Anthony Plog on Music
Gábor Tarkövi, Part 1: One of the most revered trumpet players and pedagogues of his generation.

Anthony Plog on Music

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2023 38:40


Gábor Tarkövi is one of the most revered and respected trumpet players of his generation. He began his career as co-principal trumpet with the  Württemberg Philharmonic, then was principal trumpet of the Berlin Symphony Orchestra, followed by principal trumpet with the Bayern Radio Symphony Orchestra. Finally, from 2004-2019 he was principal trumpet with the Berliner Philharmoniker. In addition to his solo and chamber music appearances around the world, he is Professor of Trumpet at the Berlin University of the Arts.In order to find out more about the mindset of such a great orchestral musician, I ask Gábor about how he approaches four of the main excerpts in the orchestral literature for trumpet... the openings for both the Mahler Fifth Symphony and Mussorgsky/Ravel's Pictures at an Exhibition, the Ballerina's Dance from Petroushka, and Bartok's Concerto for Orchestra. We end part one with a discussion of the Berlin Philharmonic's Digital Concert Hall, and how he deals with nerves for those broadcast concerts.

Dragnet
The Man Called X - Delta Concerto

Dragnet

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2023 22:17


Classical Education
Three Inspired Homeschool Co-ops and How They Grew

Classical Education

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2023 45:36


About our GuestsRandan Steinhauser with Sweetwater Scholé in greater Austin: Randan Steinhauser is a mother of four who recently launched a Charlotte Mason-inspired homeschool co-op, Sweetwater Scholé. In addition to their home education, her children attend a University-Model Classical Christian collaborative school in Austin, Texas. Randan is the founding partner of Steinhauser Strategies where she works with clients on education-related efforts including school choice and homeschool freedom. Prior to moving home to Austin, Randan was in Washington, DC where she worked for former Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos. Randan has worked in more than 40 states on educational freedom initiatives. A native of South Carolina, Randan holds a B.A. in English Literature from the University of South Carolina and an M.A. in Communications from John's Hopkins University. Valerie Bishop with Living Education co-op in Flower Mound, TX:  Valerie is the founder and Director of Living Education Co-op in Flower Mound, Texas, a Charlotte Mason-inspired Fine Arts co-op, where she teaches high school and middle school classes History & Humanities and Shakespeare. Valerie also creates Charlotte Mason-inspired curriculum for her high school classes and greatly enjoys seeing her students rise to the challenge of delightful, rigorous coursework. She is passionate about republishing and bringing classic books to life with classic paintings, such as Story of the Greeks, Story of the Romans, Saints and Heroes Vol. I, Saints and Heroes Vol II, and forthcoming illustrated versions of Homer and Virgil's epic poems. Valerie has been married to Troy for 22 years and has six children, ages 18 to 6. Prior to homeschooling, Valerie earned an Associates of Arts from The Art Institute of Dallas and enjoyed a career creating content as a graphic designer.Jennifer Hartenburg with Bluebonnet Scholars in Houston, TX: Jennifer Hartenburg is a Published writer and classroom teacher, Jen Hartenburg holds a bachelor of arts in English Literature and a master of arts in Education from Biola University where she remains a perpetual member of the Torrey Honors Institute. She began teaching literature and writing in 1997 and helped pilot an interactive online program for high school students through Biola University beginning in 2000. She has been offering summer writing camps and classes in the Houston area since 2015, and she is an Accomplished Instructor with the Institute for Excellence in Writing. Her educational approach continues to be informed and refined by the living stream of Christian tradition, the classical liberal arts heritage, and the writings of folks such as Charlotte Mason, Jacques Maritain, C.S. Lewis, and Sofia Cavalletti. A homeschool parent/teacher of two, Jen also enjoys hiking, dancing, drinking tea, listening to the rain, and writing. Her poetry and creative non-fiction have appeared or are forthcoming in literary journals including Rattle: Poets Respond, Weber—The Contemporary West, The Saint Katherine Review, The Other Journal, Dappled Things, and The Christian Century. Jen is continually rediscovering the power of word and world to startle and heal us with beauty.Show NotesHave you wondered how to bring a breath of fresh air to homeschool? Classical Education host, Adrienne Freas, brings forth workable ideas from her guest panel members.  Valerie Bishop for the love of learning, started a co-op fulfilling the mission to carry out a living education.  Randon Steinhauser listened to the needs of others. Wanting a blended style of learning inspired by nature, she created a nature-focused gathering. One of the biggest challenges has been to find ways to accommodate more and more students.  Jennifer Hartenburg started a hybrid homeschool community in the Christian Liberal Arts Tradition which grew out of a Charlotte Mason book club she began in 2016.  The ideas shared in this podcast are truly inspiring, while surprisingly simple. Gathering with others is golden wherever you begin your homeschool journey. Listen to the end of this podcast for the inspirational closing quotations. Ask yourself what your homeschool community would look like, while remembering that "the flowers aren't new, but the children are. "- Charlotte Mason. Some Topics and Ideas in this Episode Include: Biggest challenges in starting a co-op Building your classical education community  Specific steps in order to begin with intention and clarity  Modeling, teaching, and delegating tasks according to gifts Ways to include creativity in your homeschool  Adrienne's Favorite Mason Quotation:"All is mystery, being what the heart of man could not conceive of unless it had been revealed.'Great is the mystery of Godliness: God manifest in the flesh, justified in the spirit, seen of angels, preached unto the Gentiles, believed on in the world, received up into glory.' [1 Tim 3:16] And what a barren and dry land should we dwell in if our spirits were narrowed to the limits of that which we can comprehend! Where we err is in supposing that mystery is confined to our religion, that everything else is obvious and open to our understanding. Whereas the great things of life, birth, death, hope, love, patriotism, why a leaf is green, and why a bird is clothed in feathers––all such things as these are mysteries; and it is only as we can receive that which we cannot understand, and can discern the truth of that which we cannot prove, and can distinguish between a luminous mystery and a bewildering superstition, that we are able to live the full life for which we were made."- C. Mason, Ourselves, 201. Resources and Books & Mentioned In This EpisodeCourse Offerings for Bluebonnet Scholars: https://www.bluebonnetscholars.org/class-offerings/Primary Curriculum for Sweetwater Scholé: https://www.bewildandfree.org/youngnaturalistA Thinking Love by Karen GlassOurselves by Charlotte Mason______________________________This podcast is produced by Beautiful Teaching, LLC.OUR MISSIONWe exist for the benefit of both parents and teachers. Teaching is an art and teachers need opportunities to cultivate their craft. Parents need to feel confident that their children are receiving the best education possible. Therefore, our goals are to help parents make well-informed decisions about the education of their children, and to help teachers experience true joy in their vocation. We desire to bridge a large gap that currently exists between most classical schools and the parents who send their students to these schools. Immersing both parents and teachers into the beauty of good teaching is paramount to our goals! Our formative sessions are designed to be LIVE so that you can experience classical education through participating and doing. This is what is expected in classical education. In order to mentor you well, we invite you to participate for a full classical experience. Our online sessions assume modeling, imitation, and meaningful conversation as the basis of experiencing good teaching. OUR SERVICESIf you like our podcast, you will love our online sessions! We offer immersion sessions so you can experience classical pedagogy. A complete listing of our courses is at  https://beautifulteaching.coursestorm.com/Becoming an effective educator requires participation and doing, not merely listening to the ideals of a theory being talked about. Experiencing the labor of thinking, speaking, and asking questions is non-negotiable for a real classical experience. For this reason our courses are LIVE and not recorded. Participation is paramount to a true classical education. Teachers and Home Educators: Grow in your craft of teaching! Do you want to know how to apply what we discuss on our podcast? Check out our affordable on-line immersion courses with master teachers.  https://beautifulteaching.coursestorm.com/ Parents: Do you want to understand how to support your student in a classical school? Or, do you simply want to know more about classical education?  Consider our affordable book seminars. Explore why a classical education is truly a beautiful way of learning. Our book seminars and immersion sessions can you help you make an informed choice as well as help you understand how to support your children who may attend a classical school.  https://beautifulteaching.coursestorm.com/ Schools: We offer professional development for schools onsite or online. Email Adrienne at BeautifulTeaching@Gmail.com for more information.  _________________________________________________________Credits:Sound Engineer: Andrew HelselLogo Art: Anastasiya CFMusic: Vivaldi's Concerto for 2 Violins in B flat major, RV529 : Lana Trotovsek, violin Sreten Krstic, violin with Chamber Orchestra of Slovenian Philharmonic © 2023 Beautiful Teaching, LLC. All Rights Reserved ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

Crushing Classical
Mary Elizabeth Bowden: International Trumpet Soloist

Crushing Classical

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 50:13


Have you ever wondered what it really takes to have a career as an internationally touring soloist?  Have you wondered if it is too late for YOU to create such a career? You will love hearing from my guest today,  Mary Elizabeth Bowden: International Trumpet Soloist  Classical Trumpeter Mary Elizabeth Bowden has built an in-demand career as a soloist, praised for her “splendid, brilliant” playing (Gramophone Magazine) and her “pure, refined, and warm” tone (American Record Guide). A Gold Medal Global Music Award Winner, Opus Klassik Nominee, and Yamaha Performing Artist, she has also worked to establish a new repertoire for the trumpet through creative, collaborative commissioning projects and award-winning albums.   Her current season includes no fewer than four world premiere concertos, including Clarice Assad's new Concerto for Trumpet and Orchestra with the Chicago Youth Symphony Orchestra and Chamber Orchestra of the Triangle, Jennifer Jolley's Concerto for Brass Quintet with Seraph Brass and the U.S. Army "Pershing's Own", Reena Esmail's Rosa de Sal for Trumpet and Orchestra with the Chicago Youth Symphony Orchestra, and Tyson Davis's Veiled Light with the Chamber Orchestra of the Triangle, which will be performed alongside her husband, trumpeter David Dash. She is the founder and performer in multiple chamber groups, including Seraph Brass, Dash Duo, and Chrysalis Chamber Players. In today's interview, we talked about her recent projects, and the importance of expanding and building representation in trumpet and brass repertoire.  Mary built her career from scratch, and I know I was inspired by her path to success, her honesty about the behind the scenes work of it, and her journey of increased confidence in her playing and her career. I know you will enjoy this interview!    Mary's upcoming schedule:  https://www.maryelizabethbowden.com/events Connect with Mary at her Website, Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, Twitter, or YouTube.

Composers Datebook
George Walker's Trombone Concerto

Composers Datebook

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 2:00


Synopsis In Rochester, New York, on today's date in 1957, there was a concert at the Eastman School of Music, conducted by the school's famous director Howard Hanson, showcasing new works composed by Eastman graduate students.  Included on the program was a brand-new “Trombone Concerto” by George Walker.Back then, Walker was better known as a remarkable pianist. He was a graduate of the prestigious Curtis Institute in Philadelphia, after all, a student of Rudolf Serkin, and a quite impressive recording exists from his Eastman days of Walker as soloist in the Brahms Second Piano Concerto.  But for Walker, as an African-American, a successful career as a concert pianist in a still-segregated America was not possible – it would be 10 years before Andre Watts broke that taboo, remember, so Walker opted for a musical career as a composer and educator, and proved remarkably accomplished at both.  Walker's early “Trombone Concerto” was a hit from the start. “The composer evidently had a soloist of superior ability in mind in writing this difficult and complex work,” wrote a reviewer at the premiere. “It is music of sound and fury, with lots of dissonance and imaginative drive. Soloist and composer shared in prolonged applause.” Music Played in Today's Program George Walker (1922-2018): Concerto for Trombone and Orchestra (Denis Wick, trombone; London Symphony; Paul Freeman, conductor.) in Sony Black Composers Series CD set 19075862152

Hearing The Pulitzers
Episode 40 - 1982: Roger Sessions, Concerto for Orchestra

Hearing The Pulitzers

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 27:37


In this episode, Dave and Andrew discuss the third winner of the Pulitzer Prize to study with Horatio Parker at Yale, Roger Sessions, for his Concerto for Orchestra. Since the other two winners were Charles Ives and Quincy Porter, it isn't a shock that Sessions was 85 years old when he won. What will they think about this blast from the past?   If you'd like to learn more about Roger Sessions, we recommend: Roger Sessions on Music: Collected Essays, edited by Edward T. Cone (Princeton University Press, 1979). Andrea Olmstead's book Roger Sessions: A Biography (Routledge, 2008). The Correspondence of Roger Sessions by Andrea Olmstead and Roger Sessions (Northeastern University Press, 1992) The Roger Sessions Society

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

Rádio Gaúcha

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 28:52


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

Concerto Radio
New indie music @ Concerto record store (06-01-2023)

Concerto Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 58:57


Met ditmaal: Nina Hagen, A Pizza Knife, Hallo Venray, Thus Love, Hebi Katana, Ghost Woman, Dorpsstraat 3, Leftfield, Nell Smith & The Flaming Lips, White Denim, Bad Decisions, Thee Sacred Souls, Mercy John, plus een exclusieve instore van Library Card. Concerto Radio, aflevering 473 (6 januari 2023): Nina Hagen, United Women Of The World: Unity […]

Story Time at the McComb Public Library
The Blizzard | Kids Read Along

Story Time at the McComb Public Library

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 13:47


Join Mrs. Totty in story-time as she reads "The Blizzard" a book by Betty Ren Wright and Illustrated by Ronald Himler, selected from our library! Kids and Parents can read along with us, in this read aloud story time! Be sure to check out your local Library to check out what books they may have! Original background track is Concerto for Two Violins by Bach Alterations were made by us to make it fit the length of our content. Brought to you from the Pike-Amite-Walthall Library system #library #books #pawlskids #kidsstorytime

Composers Datebook
Concertos by Poulenc and Carter

Composers Datebook

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 2:00


Synopsis The American composer Ned Rorem liked to classify music as being either French or German – by “French” Rorem meant music that is sensuous, economical, and unabashedly superficial; by “German” Rorem meant music that strives to be brainy, complex, and impenetrably deep. On today's date the Boston Symphony gave the premiere performances of two important 20th century piano concertos. The first, by Francis Poulenc, had its premiere under the baton of Charles Munch in 1950, with the composer at the piano. Poulenc's Concerto is a light, entertaining with no pretension to profundity. It is quintessentially “French” according to Rorem's classification. The second Piano Concerto, by the American composer Elliott Carter, had its Boston premiere in 1967, conducted by Erich Leinsdorf, with soloist Jacob Lateiner. Carter's Concerto was written in Berlin in the mid-1960s when the Wall dividing that city was still new. Carter said he composed it in a studio near an American target range, and one commentator hears the sounds of machine guns in the work's second movement. Carter himself compared woodwind solos in the same movement to the advice given by three friends of the long-suffering Job in the Bible. Needless to say, Rorem would emphatically classify Carter's Concerto as “German” to the max! Music Played in Today's Program Francis Poulenc (1899 –1963) Piano Concerto Pascal Roge, piano; Philharmonia Orchestra; Charles Dutoit, conductor. London 436 546 Elliot Carter (b. 1908) Piano Concerto Ursula Oppens, piano; SWF Symphony; Michael Gielen, conductor. Arte Nova 27773

Classical Education
Teaching & Defining Virtue: A Dialogue with a Panel of Experts

Classical Education

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 89:30


About our Guests Dr. Matthew Post: University of Dallas, Director of the St. Ambrose Center for Catholic Liberal Education and Culture; Assistant Professor of Humanities Dr. Matthew Bianco: Chief Operations Officer for the CiRCE Institute Dr. Gary Hartenburg: Houston Christian University, Associate Professor of Philosophy and Director of Honors College Peach Smith: founder of Sacred HEART Academy, Koinonia Academy: Curriculum Coordinator, Lead Teacher, College Counselor Karen Glass: AmblesideOnline Advisory Committee, Author, Speaker, and Teacher _______________________________Show NotesWhat is virtue according to the tradition? Adrienne invited five distinguished guests: Dr. Matthew Post, Dr. Matthew Bianco, Dr. Gary Hartenburg, Karen Glass, and Peach Smith to discuss the topic of virtue in education. They engage in dialogue to contemplate an understanding of, and perhaps define virtue. Is it possible to teach this hallmark of Classical Education? Are children virtuous for sitting when told? How ought virtue be taught and can it be taught? What's the practical end of teaching virtue? These are all questions we ponder in this episode to further our understanding of what virtue is and how to attain it. Some Topics and Ideas in this Episode Include:  What is virtue according to the tradition? How do we define virtue? Elements of virtue according to Plato, Aristotle, and the Bible. Teaching through stories and a caring life. What about the Charlotte Mason perspective of teaching virtue? Resources and Books & Mentioned In This EpisodeVirtues in Practice programThe Bible-Philipians 4:8 and 1 Thessalonians 4:9The Meno by PlatoThe Cratylus by PlatoA Philosophy of Education by Charlotte Mason (first 20 pages)Formation Of Character by Charlotte Mason (Part 4)Poetic Knowledge: The Recovery of Education by James S. TaylorAesop's Fables by AesopThe Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave by Frederick Douglass The Souls of Black Folk (Ch. 6: of the training of black men) by W. E. B. DuBoisThe Education of Black People by W. E. B. DuBoisWorks of Jane Austen such as Pride and Prejudice and Mansfield Park__________________This podcast is produced by Beautiful Teaching, LLC. OUR MISSIONWe exist for the benefit of both parents and teachers. Teaching is an art and teachers need opportunities to cultivate their craft. Parents need to feel confident that their children are receiving the best education possible. Therefore, our goals are to help parents make well-informed decisions about the education of their children, and to help teachers experience true joy in their vocation. We desire to bridge a large gap that currently exists between most classical schools and the parents who send their students to these schools. Immersing both parents and teachers into the beauty of good teaching is paramount to our goals! Our formative sessions are designed to be LIVE so that you can experience classical education through participating and doing. This is what is expected in classical education. In order to mentor you well, we invite you to participate for a full classical experience. Our online sessions assume modeling, imitation, and meaningful conversation as the basis of experiencing good teaching. OUR SERVICESIf you like our podcast, you will love our online sessions! We offer immersion sessions so you can experience classical pedagogy. A complete listing of our courses is at  https://beautifulteaching.coursestorm.com/Becoming an effective educator requires participation and doing, not merely listening to the ideals of a theory being talked about. Experiencing the labor of thinking, speaking, and asking questions is non-negotiable for a real classical experience. For this reason our courses are LIVE and not recorded. Participation is paramount to a true classical education. Teachers and Home Educators: Grow in your craft of teaching! Do you want to know how to apply what we discuss on our podcast? Check out our affordable on-line immersion courses with master teachers.  https://beautifulteaching.coursestorm.com/ Parents: Do you want to understand how to support your student in a classical school? Or, do you simply want to know more about classical education?  Consider our affordable book seminars. Explore why a classical education is truly a beautiful way of learning. Our book seminars and immersion sessions can you help you make an informed choice as well as help you understand how to support your children who may attend a classical school.  https://beautifulteaching.coursestorm.com/ Schools: We offer professional development for schools onsite or online. Email Adrienne at BeautifulTeaching@Gmail.com for more information.  _________________________________________________________Credits:Sound Engineer: Andrew HelselLogo Art: Anastasiya CFMusic: Vivaldi's Concerto for 2 Violins in B flat major, RV529 : Lana Trotovsek, violin Sreten Krstic, violin with Chamber Orchestra of Slovenian Philharmonic © 2023 Beautiful Teaching, LLC. All Rights Reserved ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

Composers Datebook
Ravel left and right

Composers Datebook

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 2:00


Synopsis On today's date in 1932, Maurice Ravel's Concerto for Piano Left Hand received its public premiere in Vienna. It was one of several concertos for piano left hand commissioned by Paul Wittgenstein, a wealthy Austrian pianist who lost his right arm during the First World War. Wittgenstein also commissioned concertos from Richard Strauss, Prokofiev, Korngold, and Britten. In the fall of 1931, Ravel presented Wittgenstein with the score of his new concerto, and together they gave it a private read-through with Ravel playing the orchestra part on one piano, and Wittgenstein the solo part on another. At first Wittgenstein was not impressed and offended Ravel by suggesting a few changes, which Ravel flatly refused to make. “Only after I had studied the concerto carefully,” said Wittgenstein , ”did I realize what a great work it was.” Wittgenstein performed the premiere with the Vienna Symphony led by Robert Heger. A few days later, on January 14th that same year, Ravel himself conducted the premiere of his other Piano Concerto, this one written for the two hands of French pianist Marguerite Long. In stark contrast to the brooding Concerto for Wittgenstein, the Concerto for Long is light-hearted, with a blues-y slow movement inspired by the Harlem jazz sampled by Ravel during a visit to New York in 1928. Music Played in Today's Program Maurice Ravel (1875-1937) Piano Concerto in D (for the Left Hand) Leon Fleisher, piano; Baltimore Symphony; Sergui Commissiona, conductor. Philips 456 775 Piano Concerto in G Krystian Zimerman, piano; Cleveland Orchestra; Pierre Boulez, conductor. DG 449 213

Musicopolis
Henri Tomasi, le violon, d'un concerto l'autre

Musicopolis

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 25:07


durée : 00:25:07 - Henri Tomasi, le violon, d'un concerto l'autre - par : Anne-Charlotte Rémond - Dans cet épisode de Musicopolis, Anne-Charlotte Rémond revient sur la vie et l'œuvre du compositeur et chef d'orchestre français, Henri Tomasi ! - réalisé par : Adrien Landivier

TSF - Fila J - Podcast
Concerto de Ano Novo no Teatro Nacional S. Carlos, em Lisboa

TSF - Fila J - Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023


Música da Casa
Música da Casa 02.01 - 08.01

Música da Casa

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 2:43


Sexta e sábado realiza-se o tradicional Concerto de Ano Novo, que será dominado pelas valsas vienenses. Domingo, às 10:00 e 11:30, o Serviço Educativo Casa da Música apresenta a oficina dirigida a crianças dos 3 meses aos 6 anos “Canto Medo Espanto”. Relembramos ainda que já estão disponíveis as Assinaturas 2023 da Casa da Música. Toda a informação em www.casadamusica.com .    locução: Sónia Borges · produção e sonoplastia: Miguel Sousa 

ANSA Voice Daily
Pianista ucraina pro Putin, salta concerto La Fenice

ANSA Voice Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 2:45


Le Disque classique du jour
Monteverdi : Concerto. Settimo libro de' madrigali - Rinaldo Alessandrini, Concerto Italiano

Le Disque classique du jour

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 10:45


durée : 00:10:45 - Le Disque classique du jour du mardi 27 décembre 2022 - Avec cet enregistrement du septième livre de madrigaux de Claudio Monteverdi (1619, Venise), Rinaldo Alessandrini et son Concerto Italiano s'immergent dans une thématique amoureuse à forte connotation pastorale chère au compositeur.

MDR KLASSIK – Die Bach-Kantate mit Maul & Schrammek
Die Bach-Kantate: "Selig ist der Mann", BWV 57

MDR KLASSIK – Die Bach-Kantate mit Maul & Schrammek

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2022 20:17


"Concerto in dialogo" überschreibt Bach diese Kantate zum 26. Dezember, die sich auf den Gedenktag des Märtyrers Stephanus bezieht. In vier Arien entwickelt sich ein Zwiegespräch zwischen Jesus und der Seele.

Leadership Lessons From The Great Books
Leadership Lessons From The Great Books (Bonus) - The Book of Matthew - Christmas Day Message

Leadership Lessons From The Great Books

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2022 10:01


From the Book of Matthew, Chapter 1:1 through Chapter 2:23, KJV Translation---Music: Orchestra Gli Armonici, 100908 Concerto della Madonna dei fiori, 18 G.F.Haendel, The Messiah, Hallelujah & Carol of the Bells

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

The Mind Over Finger Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 38:49


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

Inspiring Stewards
Jim Young – Shepherding people to steward their gifts and passions

Inspiring Stewards

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 16:15


In the sixteenth episode of Inspiring Stewards, Nathan Jones speaks with Jim Young from New Zealand. Jim discusses his Christian journey from shepherding sheep to shepherding people, and how God has used him in various areas, particularly in Malawi, Africa, where he spent 17 years doing missionary work with Sunday school teachers and children. As a co-founder of STUM (Sunday School Teachers' United Movement), he encourages us to help people steward their spiritual gifts and passion. Jim concludes by reminding us to fix our eyes on Jesus and find a balance between being realistic and optimistic as we keep on doing God's work. We'd love to hear your thoughts, comments, or feedback. To do so, email us at mail@gtp.org. The music is Concerto a' 4 Violini No 2 by Telemann played on classical guitar by Jon Sayles. Published by Exzel Music Publishing. Length: 16:15

Have Gun Will Travel - OTRWesterns.com
Apache Concerto – Have Gun Will Travel (06-05-60)

Have Gun Will Travel - OTRWesterns.com

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022


Paladin is sent to return a harmonium salesman and his lovely niece home, despite being captured by the bandit "Chivaro". Original Air Date: June 05, 1960Host: Andrew RhynesShow: Have Gun Will TravelPhone: (707) 98 OTRDW (6-8739) Stars:• John Dehner (Paladin)• Ben Wright (Heyboy)• Virginia Gregg (Miss. Wong) Special Guests:• Joseph Kearns• Barney Phillips• Lawrence Dobkin• […]

The Mind Over Finger Podcast
155 Why You're Nervous & What You Can Do About It

The Mind Over Finger Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 28:28


In this episode, I explain why we feel nervous and I offer strategies to help understand and find comfort with performance anxiety. Find complete show notes here: www.mindoverfinger.com/podcast   DOWNLOAD THE TRANSCRIPT FROM THIS EPISODE HERE   DOWNLOAD YOUR FREE WORKSHEET HERE   Do you have specific questions for me or my guests you would like answered on the podcast? Share them with me HERE!   Practicing for Peak Performance: Your Step-by-step Roadmap to Optimal Performance! Get you self-paced program HERE and transform how you perform TODAY! HOLIDAY SPECIAL – Use Code: 10OFF at check out for 10% off my groundbreaking performance preparation course Practicing for Peak Performance until December 19, 2022   Mind Over Finger Visit mindoverfinger.com for resources on mindful practice and information on how to work with me. Sign up for my newsletter to receive your free guide to a highly productive mindful practice and to get the transcripts of the Mind Over Finger Podcast episodes delivered to your inbox. Join the Join the Mind Over Finger Community  for access to my live videos and to exchange with a community of like-minded musicians. Www.mindoverfinger.com Https://www.facebook.com/mindoverfinger/ Https://www.facebook.com/groups/mindoverfinger Https://www.instagram.com/mindoverfinger/   THANK YOU: Most sincere thank you to composer Jim Stephenson who graciously provided the show's musical theme:  Concerto #1 for Trumpet and Chamber Orchestra – Movement 2: Allegro con Brio, performed by Jeffrey Work, trumpet, and the Lake Forest Symphony, conducted by Jim Stephenson. A HUGE thank you to my fantastic producer, Bella Kelly, who makes this podcast as pleasant to listen to as possible for you!

Old Time Radio Westerns
Apache Concerto – Have Gun Will Travel (06-05-60)

Old Time Radio Westerns

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022


Paladin is sent to return a harmonium salesman and his lovely niece home, despite being captured by the bandit "Chivaro". Original Air Date: June 05, 1960Host: Andrew RhynesShow: Have Gun Will TravelPhone: (707) 98 OTRDW (6-8739) Stars:• John Dehner (Paladin)• Ben Wright (Heyboy)• Virginia Gregg (Miss. Wong) Special Guests:• Joseph Kearns• Barney Phillips• Lawrence Dobkin• […]

RADAR 97.8fm podcasts
ENTREVISTA E MINI CONCERTO - CASTILHO

RADAR 97.8fm podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 17:58


Castilho esteve na RADAR à conversa com André Gonçalves e ainda para uma mini atuação ao vivo.

Classical Education
Tolkien and Father Christmas with Richard Rohlin and Dr. Reno Lauro

Classical Education

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 87:28


About Our GuestsRichard W. Rohlin is an Orthodox Christian, author, podcaster, medievalist, and data analyst living in Grand Prairie, TX. A husband and father, he is the co-host of The Amon Sul Podcast on Ancient Faith Radio, regularly contributes to Jonathan Pageau's The Symbolic World YouTube channel, has published several works of fiction and non-fiction, and currently has several projects under development, including a collection of essays called Finding the Golden Key: Essays Toward a Recovery of the Sacramental Imagination. His most recent book, the Akboritha, a work of liturgical mythopoeia, is available from Darkly Bright Press.Dr. Reno Lauro is a Classical Education Curriculum and Pedagogy Specialist for Coram Deo Academy. He received his Ph.D. from the University of St. Andrews Institute for Theology, Imagination and the Arts in 2011, where he wrote on J. R. R. Tolkien's philosophy of Mythopoeia. For the past ten years, he has worked at the intersection of Humane and Digital learning. After completing his degrees, Theology (MDiv) and History (BA), Reno apprenticed for 18 months on the Palme d'Or winning film The Tree of Life with director Terrence Malick, which transformed his understanding of the Classics, the modern world, and how to communicate the relationship between the two. He has taught at the graduate and undergraduate levels (University of Dallas and University of Arizona) and in both Lower and Upper School classrooms of Classical Schools. Before coming to Coram Deo Academy. He served as the Assistant Headmaster at Saint Peter's and of a Great Hearts Archway School. He also worked closely with the CEO of the globally recognized BASIS.ed charter schools to create and pilot seminar-style history courses as alternatives to AP classes.  Show NotesIn this episode, Reno Lauro and Richard Rohlin introduce us to the fatherly nature of Tolkien. Beginning with a definition of Mythopoeia, we then dive into The Letters of Father Christmas. Richard unpacks a brief history of these letters and how they developed into a full-fledged story about Father Christmas and the happenings at The North Pole. The Spirit of Christmas quickly become the center of our conversations. Our guests discuss the idea that Christmas lore helps us navigate the general hardships of daily life. Reno says, "These tales have teeth in reality and make sense of the life we live." The rich tradition of folk tales, stories, and myth helps us to see the implications of the incarnation and to make sense of the real God we see in the Christ Child. Richard closes by reading from Tolkien's Mythopoeia, saying, "Our whole understanding of the cosmos goes back to Christmas!" from MythopoeiaHe sees no stars who does not see them firstof living silver made that sudden burstto flame like flowers bencath an ancient song,whose very echo after-music longhas since pursued. There is no firmament,only a void, unless a jewelled tentmyth-woven and elf-pattemed; and no earth,unless the mother's womb whence all have birth.Some Topics and Ideas in this Episode Include:  Celebrating the Spirit of Christmas in your home What are some misunderstandings about Christmas and Santa Clause? From St. Nicholas to Santa Clause, how ought Christians celebrate Christmas? The origins of Christmas as a pagan holiday Real and true are two different things and they have a necessary relationship to help our children engage the world as an enchanted space.  Connect with Richard's Resources: Jonathan Pageau's Symbolic World, Medieval Universal History playlist: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_N5s4n_lwB8&list=PLVX4HUUPrIY_M2uZP3yW6EEiod3fGD6FD&ab_channel=JonathanPageau  Amon Sul Podcast (Tolkien & Orthodox Christianity): https://www.ancientfaith.com/podcasts/amonsul  The Akboritha (mythopoeic liturgical fantasy): https://darklybrightpre ss.com/akboritha/ Connect with Reno's Resources: Reno Lauro's blog, Time Out of Joint Reno's Tolkien's House of Being Facebook Page Other Titles Mentioned: The Letter's From Father Christmas by J.R.R Tolkien Chesterton's Essay Santa Clause and Science Christmas at a Crisis for Civilization by Chesterton A Christmas Carol by Dickens The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe The Two Babylons: Or, the Papal Worship Proved to Be the Worship of Nimrod by: Alexander Hislop Mythopoeia by J.R.R. Tolkien The Tree of Life film by Terrence Malick Tolkien's essay on The Green Knight Anglo-Saxon Advent poem Christ I Dr. Reno Lauro ends our podcast reading the first sentence in this poem. The whole poem is stunning! O Earendel, brightest of angels,sent to mankind over middle-earth,righteous sun's radiance,splendid above all stars! Of thine own selfthou ever enlightenest every age.As thou, God born of God long ago,Son of the true Father, eternally existedwithout beginning in the glory of heaven,so thine own creation cry with confidenceto thee now for their needs, that thou sendthat bright sun to us, and come thyselfto lighten those who long have lived,surrounded by shadows and darkness, herein everlasting night; who, shrouded by sins,have had to endure death's dark shadow.Now, hope-filled, we look for healing,brought to the world's people through the word of God,who was in the beginning with the almighty Fatherequally eternal with God, and now becameflesh, free of failings, born of the virgin,a support to the sorrowful. God was with us,seen without sin; together dweltthe mighty Measurer's child and the son of man,at peace among the people. We may ever addressour thanks to the lord of victory for his deeds,because he chose to send himself to us.Online Courses with Beautiful Teaching Consultants: https://beautifulteaching.coursestorm.com/_________________________________________________________Credits:Sound Engineer: Andrew HelselLogo Art: Anastasiya CFMusic: Vivaldi's Concerto for 2 Violins in B flat major, RV529 : Lana Trotovsek, violin Sreten Krstic, violin with Chamber Orchestra of Slovenian Philharmonic © 2022 Beautiful Teaching. All Rights Reserved ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

The Mind Over Finger Podcast
154 How to Get Different Results

The Mind Over Finger Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 25:23


I share with you a framework that will help you bring about different results in the practice room, on stage, and in your life. DOWNLOAD YOUR FREE WORKSHEET HERE DOWNLOAD THE TRANSCRIPT FROM THIS EPISODE HERE   Do you have specific questions for me or my guests you would like answered on the podcast? Share them with me HERE! HOLIDAY SPECIAL – Use Code: 10OFF at check out for 10% off my groundbreaking performance preparation course Practicing for Peak Performance until December 19, 2022   Practicing for Peak Performance: Your Step-by-step Roadmap to Optimal Performance! Get you self-paced program HERE and transform how you perform TODAY!  (And don't forget to use code 10OFF at check out for your discount!  Valid until December 19, 2022.)   The Life Coach School Find more information on The Life Coach School and the work of Brooke Castillo at: www.thelifecoachschool.com    Mind Over Finger Visit MindOverFinger.com for resources on mindful practice and information on how to work with me. Sign up for my newsletter to receive your free guide to a highly productive mindful practice and to get the transcripts of the Mind Over Finger Podcast episodes delivered to your inbox. Join the Join the Mind Over Finger Community  for access to my live videos and to exchange with a community of like-minded musicians. www.mindoverfinger.com https://www.facebook.com/mindoverfinger/ https://www.facebook.com/groups/mindoverfinger https://www.instagram.com/mindoverfinger/   THANK YOU: Most sincere thank you to composer Jim Stephenson who graciously provided the show's musical theme:  Concerto #1 for Trumpet and Chamber Orchestra – Movement 2: Allegro con Brio, performed by Jeffrey Work, trumpet, and the Lake Forest Symphony, conducted by Jim Stephenson. A HUGE thank you to my fantastic producer, Bella Kelly, who makes this podcast as pleasant to listen to as possible for you!

Classical Education
Scholé: An Education Rooted in Joy with Dr. Jarrid Looney

Classical Education

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 53:26


About Our GuestJarrid Looney was born and raise in southwestern Virginia until 2004. He then attended Berea College, from whence he graduated in 2008 with a Bachelor's in Theatre and Classical Civilizations. He attended Royal Holloway, University of London for his Master's Degree and Doctorate of Philosophy in Classics. Dr. Looney has taught English, History, Spanish, Latin, and a plethora of electives. He currently serves as Millennium Charter Academy's Upper School Director. In his free time, Dr. Looney enjoys hiking, fishing, camping, cooking, gardening, and reading. He enjoys all of his hobbies with his wife, Erin, and their children.Show NotesIn this episode, Trae and Dr. Looney discuss how to reimagine education through the lense of Scholé. If you want to understand what is at the heart of a humane education both for students and teachers, this episode will inspire you to embrace scholé as the foundation of a beautiful education. Dr. Looney gives an anechdote of applying scholé in an AP history and literature class while applying the phases of the trivium into the lessons. Dr. Looney emphasizes that the pedagogy and schedule of a school reflect its anthropological position. Administrators need to establish the culture and carefully consider blocks of time for each class in order to lay the proper foundation for scholé. Some Topics and Ideas in this Episode Include:  Definition and application of scholé What is labor and how do we work with joy? How does this philosophical idea of scholé work practically in the classroom with students? What makes real culture and how do cultivate good culture in our learning environment? How does the school administration invite the school faculty into this way of living? Resources and Books Mentioned / Referenced  Season 1 Episode 11 on May 6, 2023 Episode with Dr. Gary Hartenburg on Aristotelian Education  Aristotle: Education for Virtue and Leisure published by Classical Adademic Press. Leisure the Basis of Culture by Josef Pieper The Devil in the White City by Erik Larson John Senior's 1,000 Good Books The Restoration of Christian Culture by John Senior The Magician's Nephew The Hobbit The Dead Poet's Society On-line Courses with Beautiful Teaching Consultants: https://beautifulteaching.coursestorm.com/_________________________________________________________Credits:Sound Engineer: Andrew HelselLogo Art: Anastasiya CFMusic: Vivaldi's Concerto for 2 Violins in B flat major, RV529 : Lana Trotovsek, violin Sreten Krstic, violin with Chamber Orchestra of Slovenian Philharmonic © 2022 Beautiful Teaching LLC. All Rights Reserved ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

Musicopolis
Franz Benda, Concerto en mi mineur (Rediff.)

Musicopolis

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 24:58


durée : 00:24:58 - Franz Benda, Concerto en mi mineur - par : Anne-Charlotte Rémond - Rediffusion du 07 juin 2019 - réalisé par : Claire Lagarde

Vino101
VinoWeek - Episode 72 - Holiday Wines

Vino101

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022


With Christmas around the corner we put together a list of some of our favorite wines for the holidays. The Federal Reserve's aggressive interest rate hikes hasn't slowed the uptick in wine prices. It can be fairly easy to blow up your wine budget with just one or two bottles of splurge purchases. Most of the wines on our list can all be had for under $35. Searching for one wine that pleases everybody is a fools errand. It's invariably better to select a variety of wines, open them all at once and let your guest choose what they would like to drink. There are plenty of wines here to please even your most finnicky guests. Thanks for listening to our podcast and Happy Holidays.2019 Château Vitallis Pouilly-Fuissé Vielles Vignes - Father and son team Denis and Maxime Dutron use Chardonnay from their oldest parcels, some as old as 85 years of age to craft this beautiful White Burgundy. 100% Chardonnay, natural fermentation, left on the lees for a year, 70% stainless steel the rest in barrel. Taut and mineral, with green apple and grapefruit. A distinctive Macon that may bring the ABC (anything but Chardonnay) crowd back into the fold. $272019 Ramey Russian River Valley Chardonnay - In contrast to the former old world Chardonnay the Ramey's make a 100% Chardonnay using a plethora of the old world techniques. Whole cluster pressing, native yeast barrel fermentation, lees aging, malolactic fermentation and light fining sans filtering. Baked apple and pear notes complement the layers of savory oak and baking spice. Beautifully textured and balanced. $38 2021 Joel Gott Sauvignon Blanc - A perennial crowd pleaser the grapes for this Sauvignon Blanc are sourced from all over California. Its style remains remarkably consistent from year to year. Ripe melon and white peach aromas jump out of the glass. Lemon and lime flavors work well with the clean mineral finish. $122020 Michel Delhommeau “Harmonie” Muscadet Sèvre et Maine Sur Lie - Michel and Nathalie Delhommeau farm the Melon de Bourgogne grapes for their Muscadet in the volcanic rich soils of the Loire Valley in northwest France. After fermentation the wine spends 5 months “Sur Lie” (in the tank on the lees). Lemon, apple, fresh and vibrant with a bracing minerality and tingling acidity on the finish. This Muscadet calls out for fresh oysters on the half shell and other light seafood dishes. $17 2021 Quivira Rosé Wine Creek Ranch - Cranberries, rhubarb and strawberries aromas compliment the zippy acidity of this 70% Grenache, 11%Counoise, 9% Mourvèdre, 5% Petite Sirah blend. Made with organically grown grapes. $202020 Concerto Reggiano Lambrusco - Most of us have never served a dry red sparkling wine. Here's your chance to wow your guests. Concerto, made from 100% Lambrusco Salamino comes in an attractive bottle that is shaped like a bowling pin. The grapes are organically farmed. When poured into a glass you get a beautiful purple froth. Dark ruby red in color the wine taste of raspberry and strawberries with hints of licorice. It's completely dry on the palate with a fresh zippy clean finish. Serve it slightly chilled not cold. $30Frederic Magnien Crémant De Bourgongne Blanc De Noir - If you love Champagne but you need to watch your coins a bit more closely try exploring sparkling wines from other regions of France. French sparkling wines that use the traditional method and are made outside of the Champagne region are called Crémant. This 100% Pinot Noir from the Burgundy area can be served as an aperitif and also has the body and weight to be served throughout a meal. A light amber color, very fine bubbles, aromas of bing cherries and strawberry. Champagne quality without the sticker shock. $202019 Siduri Russian River Valley Pinot Noir - The consistency of the Siduri brand which was acquired by Jackson Family Wines several years ago continues unabated. Adam Lee may no longer be the winemaker but the assertive and beautiful Pinot Noir style he pioneered continues. Black cherry and spicy raspberry flavors on the palate, medium in length with good acidity. A very attractive entry level Pinot Noir. $302020 Bedrock Wine Co. Old Vine Zinfandel - Morgan Twain-Peterson crafts this deep ruby colored wine from old vineyards (some 100+ years old) throughout Sonoma County. Made with native yeast fermentation and aged in French and Austrian oak puncheons and foudres. In the glass black and red fruit, lavender and pepper aromas. On the palate black plums, a round texture with good acidity and length. Drink and enjoy this youthful Zinfandel now and do yourself a favor and save a few bottles for the next few years. $222019 Hess Collection Allomi Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon - This 79% Cabernet Sauvignon 9% Petite Sirah 5%Malbec 4% Merlot 3% Petit Verdot blend comes from the Allomi vineyard in Pope Valley of northeast Napa Valley. Black and blue fruit, tobacco and oak lead the way for this seemlessly integrated full bodied red. A cushy textured mouthfeel with a long finish. $302019 Obsidian Ridge Lake County Cabernet Sauvignon - 94% Cabernet Sauvignon 2% Petit Verdot 2%Malbec 1% Petite Sirah 1% Syrah. Grown in the volcanic rich soils of the Red Hills of Lake County the wine is aged for 18 months in Hungarian oak barrels. Black fruit, black cherry and vanilla, full bodied and tannic. $35 Show LInks:Best WinesColumbia Winery Tasking RoomLets talk with Maureen DowneyAMOS Electric Autonomous Tractor Tour Visits LodiMendoza declares emergency after late season frostFreak frost hits Argentinian vineyards as Mendoza declares emergencyE & J. Gallo Winery Announces Acquisition of Denner Vineyards in Paso Robles AVAhttps://www.sfchronicle.com/food/wine/article/carlo-trinchero-arrest-17584624.php

Wetootwaag's Podcast of Bagpipe Power

Tunes: Inveraray & District Pipeband: March, Strathspey & Reel Three on the Bund: Local Hero Simon Pfisterer: Vivaldi's Concerto for Four Violins in B minor Karel Westerling: Riding Free Spirit Brighde Chaimbeul, Ross Ainslie and Steven Byrnes: The Badger and the Weasel Glengervie: Sine Bhan/ Come by the Hills, Christ Has My Heart Aye/The Mermaid/In And Out The Harbour /Juan Martino's, The Lonesome Boatman Dave Rowlands: Chickadee, The Purturbation, Jim Harding's Waltz Nicholas Konradsen: Waltzish Set, Farewell to Gagnef, Smoke Braider's Bourree, Farewell to Claremont Falsobordone: Maria Unser Frowe, Quant j'ay l'espart, A tutta gente Jason Rouse: The Spanish Cloak, Job of Journey Work Rebel's Menuet: Mairi Bhan Òg (Mary young and fair), Bothan Airidh 'm Braighe Rainneach (The Shieling on the Braes of Rannoch), Drumochter Reels: (1) Calum Figheadair (“The Kilchattan Wedding”) / (2) Druimuachdar / (3) Uist Reel Inveraray & District Pipe Band A Night in that Land https://idpb.bandcamp.com/album/a-night-in-that-land March, Strathspey and Reel +X+X+X+X+ Three on the Bund & Simon Pfisterer Local Hero by Three On the Bund: https://3onthebund.bandcamp.com/album/frenzy Vivaldi's Concerto for Four Violins in B minor Simon Pfisterer's New Album, Another Way To Go Available for order here: https://simonpfisterer.com/shop/ +X+X+X+ Karel Westerling Riding Free Spirit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EQBLqlMC3ME Check out Karel's Stellar Youtube page +X+X+X+ LAS LAS features: Brighde Chaimbeul - C Smallpipes Ross Ainslie - C Smallpipes Steven Byrnes - Guitar and Mandola The Badger and the Weasel https://brighdechaimbeul.bandcamp.com/album/las +X+X+X+X+ Glenbervie - Nae Borders Glenbervie is Neil Clark and Kathryn Grainger Sine Bhan/ Come by the Hills Christ Has My Heart Aye/The Mermaid/In And Out The Harbour /Juan Martino's The Lonesome Boatman https://glenbervie.bandcamp.com/album/nae-borders +X+X+X+ Dave Rowlands Original Compositions on Jon Swayne Low D pipes Chickadee The Purturbation Jim Harding's Waltz https://daverowlandsbagpipes.bandcamp.com/album/dave-rowlands-bagpipes +X+X+X+ Nicholas Konradsen The New Leaf Original Compositions by Nicholas, Plays Sweedish pipes of his own make and Jon Swayne Border Pipes Waltzish Set Farewell to Gagnef Smoke Braider's Bourree Farewell to Claremont https://nicholaskonradsen.bandcamp.com/album/the-new-leaf +X+X+X+ 1350 - Music for a plague by Falsobordone Falsobordone is: Falsobordone: Erik Ask-Upmark, Anna Rynefors With guests: Karin S Lagergren, Daniel Åhlman, Magne Pettersson, Shira Kammen, Daniel Serra Maria Unser Frowe, Quant j'ay l'espart A tutta gente https://erikaskupmark.bandcamp.com/album/1350-music-for-a-plague +X+X+X+ Jason Rouse: Fieldish Recordings Waltz: The Spanish Cloak Set Dance: Job of Journey Work https://pipingrouse.bandcamp.com/album/fieldish-recording +X+X+X+ Hessians & Highlanders 1746 in Scotland Music & story compiled & arranged by Quest Christian Tewordt Music performed by Duo “Rebel's Menuet” Johanna Wildhack & Quest Mairi Bhan Òg Bothan Airidh 'm Braighe Rainneach Drumochter Reels To get the Book/Album Combo order here: https://www.verlag-ralf-liebe.de/programm/262/hessen-highlander/ +X+X+X+ FIN Here are some ways you can support the show: You can support the Podcast by joining the Patreon page at https://www.patreon.com/wetootwaag You can also take a minute to leave a review of the podcast if you listen on Itunes! Tell your piping and history friends about the podcast! Checkout my Merch Store on Bagpipeswag: https://www.bagpipeswag.com/wetootwaag You can also support me by Buying my First Album on Bandcamp: https://jeremykingsbury.bandcamp.com/album/oyster-wives-rant-a-year-of-historic-tunes or my second album on Bandcamp! https://jeremykingsbury.bandcamp.com/album/pay-the-pipemaker or my third album on Bandcamp! https://jeremykingsbury.bandcamp.com/album/bannocks-of-barley-meal You can now buy physical CDs of my albums using this Kunaki link: https://kunaki.com/msales.asp?PublisherId=166528&pp=1 You can just send me an email at wetootwaag@gmail.com letting me know what you thought of the episode! Listener mail keeps me going! Finally I have some other support options here: https://www.wetootwaag.com/support Thanks! Listen on Itunes/Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/wetootwaags-bagpipe-and-history-podcast/id129776677 Listen on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/5QxzqrSm0pu6v8y8pLsv5j?si=QLiG0L1pT1eu7B5_FDmgGA

Composers Datebook
Tchaikovsky and North endure unkind cuts

Composers Datebook

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2022 2:00


Synopsis Tchaikovsky's Violin Concerto was first performed on today's date in 1881. The premiere took place in Vienna with Adolf Brodsky the violin soloist and the Vienna Philharmonic led by Hans Richter. It was not a big hit. The next day, the conservative Viennese critic Eduard Hanslick wrote: "The violin is no longer played: it is tugged about, torn, beaten black and blue." According to Hanslick, the concerto's finale (quote): "transports us to the brutal and wretched jollity of a Russian festival. We see gross and savage faces, hear crude curses, and smell the booze... Tchaikovsky's Concerto confronts us for the first time with the hideous idea that there may be musical compositions whose stink one can hear." Ouch! Tchaikovsky's score survived the bad review, but a more recent American work suffered a far unkinder cut. The original film score for the 1968 blockbuster movie, "2001: A Space Odyssey" was written by Alex North, who was born in Chester, Pennsylvania on today's date in 1910. Director Stanley Kubrick hired North to write the music for "2001," but Kubrick ultimately decided to use pre-recorded classical and contemporary music instead. When North attended the New York premiere of "2001," he was devastated that not one minute of the music he had written was included in the final edit. Believe it or not, no one had informed him in advance! Music Played in Today's Program Peter Tchaikovsky (1840-1893) Violin Concerto, Op. 35 Itzhak Perlman, violin; London Symphony; Alfred Wallenstein, conductor. Chesky 12 Alex North (1910-1991) Unused "Opening Theme," for 2001: A Space Odyssey National Philharmonic; Jerry Goldsmith, conductor. Varese Sarabande 66225

Composers Datebook
Bartok in Minneapolis

Composers Datebook

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 2:00


Synopsis On today's date in 1949, Northrop Auditorium in Minneapolis was the venue for the world premiere performance of Béla Bartók's last orchestral piece: his “Concerto for Viola and Orchestra.” The soloist was William Primrose, who had commissioned the work, with the Hungarian-born conductor Antal Dorati leading the Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra. Bartók had died in 1945, leaving extensive but incomplete sketches for the concerto he was writing for Primrose. After his death, the “Viola Concerto” was completed and orchestrated by Bartók's friend and fellow Hungarian, Tibor Sérly, who had also put the finishing touches on Bartók's “Third Piano Concerto,” which also premiered posthumously. The 1949 premiere of the “Viola Concerto” in Minneapolis attracted worldwide attention. To the surprise of some, it also went over very well with its first-night audience at Northrop Auditorium. At the dress rehearsal, Dorati had predicted as much: "This is one time the audience need have no qualms about the word 'contemporary' as applied to the music it's about to hear." Dorati's view was that the public was finally catching up with Bartók's highly original idiom. "It's not a case of a composer becoming famous because he is dead," said Dorati. "It is true there has been a great surge of performances of Bartók's music since his death, but that is because the public was ready to hear his music." Music Played in Today's Program Béla Bartók (1881-1945) Viola Concerto (completed by Tibor Serly) Hong-Mei Xiao, viola; Budapest Philharmonic; Janos Kovacs, cond. Naxos 8.554183

Janela Aberta
Ep 187 - semana intensa, óculos VR, viver com manequim, concerto Rosalía, ver jogo

Janela Aberta

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 39:31


VSM: Mp3 audio files
Allegro from Concerto 'Spring' (NEW EDITION) for violin and piano - Mp3 audio file

VSM: Mp3 audio files

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2022 2:00


q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
[Full episode] Linda Schuyler, Kris Bowers, John Semley, A. Harmony and Rad Simonpillai

q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 69:18


Degrassi co-creator Linda Schuyler discusses her new memoir, The Mother Of All Degrassi, which details how she went from being a Toronto high school teacher to an award-winning television producer. Composer Kris Bowers, the musical mastermind behind the scores for Green Book, When They See Us and Bridgerton, talks about self-doubt and his new short film, A Concerto is a Conversation. John Semley, A. Harmony and Rad Simonpillai break down the major arts and culture stories of the week, including a review of Steven Spielberg's latest film The Fabelmans, the cancellation of Chris Brown's Michael Jackson tribute at this year's AMAs, and the ongoing saga between Elon Musk and the Twitterverse.

The Q Interview
[Full episode] Linda Schuyler, Kris Bowers, John Semley, A. Harmony and Rad Simonpillai

The Q Interview

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 69:18


Degrassi co-creator Linda Schuyler discusses her new memoir, The Mother Of All Degrassi, which details how she went from being a Toronto high school teacher to an award-winning television producer. Composer Kris Bowers, the musical mastermind behind the scores for Green Book, When They See Us and Bridgerton, talks about self-doubt and his new short film, A Concerto is a Conversation. John Semley, A. Harmony and Rad Simonpillai break down the major arts and culture stories of the week, including a review of Steven Spielberg's latest film The Fabelmans, the cancellation of Chris Brown's Michael Jackson tribute at this year's AMAs, and the ongoing saga between Elon Musk and the Twitterverse.

Classical Education
Karen Glass on Norms & Nobility

Classical Education

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 51:30


About our GuestKaren Glass is part of the Advisory of AmblesideOnline. She has four children, ages 13 to 27, who have been homeschooled using Charlotte Mason's methods from beginning to end.  Karen has been studying and writing about Charlotte Mason and Classical Education for over twenty years and has written the popular books Consider This: Charlotte Mason and The Classical Tradition,  Know and Tell: The Art of Narration, In Vital Harmony, and her newest book A Thinking Love: Studies from Charlotte Mason's Home Education. Online Consulting and Courses with KarenKaren also serves as a consultant for our podcast support team, Beautiful Teaching: Consulting in Classical Education.She leads a book study for our listeners through our online sessions. Click the links to register for her online Book StudiesJanuary, 2023- Norms & NobilityMarch, 2023- Know & Tell: The Art of Narration _______________________________Show NotesKaren has lead book studies with Norms & Nobility in the past and is well-versed in this seminal book. We discuss why this book is so important and what exactly Hicks is inferrring with his title. We discuss Adrienne's favorite passage in the book and how it impacts our teaching methods.  Resources and Books & Mentioned In This EpisodeNorms & Nobility by David HicksConsider This by Karen GlassPlato's RepublicAbolition of Man by C.S. LewisFor the Children's Sake by Susan Sshaeffer-MacauleyHow Then Shall We Live? by Francis SchaefferA Philosophy of Education by Charlotte MasonOn-line Courses with Beautiful Teaching Consultants: https://beautifulteaching.coursestorm.com/_________________________________________________________Credits:Sound Engineer: Andrew HelselLogo Art: Anastasiya CFMusic: Vivaldi's Concerto for 2 Violins in B flat major, RV529 : Lana Trotovsek, violin Sreten Krstic, violin with Chamber Orchestra of Slovenian Philharmonic © 2022 Beautiful Teaching. All Rights Reserved ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

Classical Music Discoveries
Episode 57: 19057 Williams: The Fabelmans

Classical Music Discoveries

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 31:20


 Sony Music Masterworks today releases THE FABELMANS (ORIGINAL MOTION PICTURE SOUNDTRACK) by five-time Academy Award® winner JOHN WILLIAMS. Available everywhere now, the album features an original musical score composed by Williams for director Steven Spielberg's deeply personal cinematic memory of the forces, and family, that shaped his life and career. The soundtrack marks the latest collaboration between Spielberg and Williams, whose longstanding creative partnership spans nearly 50 years and 30 films. From E.T., Jaws, and Jurassic Park to Schindler's List, Lincoln, and Saving Private Ryan, Williams and Spielberg's collaborations have produced some of the most iconic and well-recognized music in film history. THE FABELMANS (ORIGINAL MOTION PICTURE SOUNDTRACK) TRACKLISTING – 1. The Fabelmans 2. Mitzi's Dance 3. Sonatina in A Minor, Op. 88 No. 3: III. Allegro burlesco – Friedrich Kuhlau 4. Midnight Call 5. Reverie 6. Mother and Son 7. Sonatina in C Major, Op. 36 No. 3: Spiritoso – Muzio Clementi 8. Reflections 9. Concerto in D Minor, BWV 974: II. Adagio – Johann Sebastian Bach 10. New House 11. The Letter 12. The Journey Begins (includes excerpt from Joseph Haydn: Sonata No. 48 in C Major, HOB. XVI: 35: I. Allegro con brio)  **All tracks composed by John Williams unless otherwise denoted Purchase the music (without talk) at Itunes or Amazon. Classical Music Discoveries is sponsored by Uber. @CMDHedgecock#ClassicalMusicDiscoveries #KeepClassicalMusicAlive#LaMusicaFestival #CMDGrandOperaCompanyofVenice #CMDParisPhilharmonicinOrléans#CMDGermanOperaCompanyofBerlin#CMDGrandOperaCompanyofBarcelonaSpain#ClassicalMusicLivesOn#Uber Please consider supporting our show, thank you!Donate (classicalmusicdiscoveries.store) staff@classicalmusicdiscoveries.com

Musicopolis
Le Concerto pour piano op 20, Scriabine premier style

Musicopolis

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 24:57


durée : 00:24:57 - Scriabine, Concerto pour piano - par : Anne-Charlotte Rémond - Dans cet épisode de Musicopolis, Anne-Charlotte Rémond revient sur le concerto pour piano op 20 du pianiste, compositeur et poète Russe, Alexandre Scriabine ! - réalisé par : Philippe Petit

Le Disque classique du jour
Martinů : Cello Concerto No. 2 & Cello Sonata No. 2 - Bartosz Koziak, Radosław Kurek

Le Disque classique du jour

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 16:42


durée : 00:16:42 - Le Disque classique du jour du vendredi 18 novembre 2022 - Après l'album avec le Concerto pour violoncelle "Canti Amadei" de Krzysztof Meyer, Bartosz Koziak sort un autre programme, cette fois avec une musique de Bohuslav Martinů. C'est notre disque du jour !

Composers Datebook
William Schuman writes a "Symphony for Strings"

Composers Datebook

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2022 2:00


Synopsis On today's date in 1943, the Boston Symphony and conductor Serge Koussevitzky gave the first performance of a Symphony for Strings by the American composer William Schuman. Schuman was just 33 years old at the time, but Koussevitzky had already been programming and commissioning Schuman's music for about 5 years. Koussevitzky had already given the premiere performances of his popular “American Festival Overture” and the Third Symphony. Schuman's Symphony for Strings is dedicated to the memory of Koussevitzky's wife, Natalie, whose family fortune that enabled Serge Koussevitzky to establish himself as a conductor, found a publishing house, and commission many of the 20th century's most significant works, including Stravinsky's Symphony of Psalms and Bartok's “Concerto for Orchestra.” In Russia, the Koussevitzkys championed Russian music. In France, they supported French composers. And, beginning in 1924, when Koussevitzky became the music director of the Boston Symphony, many American composers benefited from this remarkable couple's enthusiasm for new music. Schuman's Symphony for Strings is just one of a long list of the Koussevitzky's American commissions, which includes works by Aaron Copland, Roy Harris, Samuel Barber, Walter Piston, and Leonard Bernstein. Taken as a whole, the concert music commissioned by Serge and Natalie Koussevitzky remains one of the most remarkable musical legacies of the 20th century. Music Played in Today's Program William Schuman (1910-1992) Symphony No. 5 (Symphony for Strings) I Musici de Montreal; Yuli Turovsky, cond. Chandos 9848

The Plaidcast
Tonya Johnston, Mental Skills Coach with Caroline Ingalls & Irene Neuwirth by Taylor, Harris Insurance Services

The Plaidcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 64:51


Tonya speaks with top amateur hunter riders Caroline Ingalls and Irene Neuwirth who both had amazing indoor seasons this fall. Brought to you by Taylor, Harris Insurance Services.Host: Tonya Johnston, Visit her Website, Facebook and buy her book Inside Your RideGuest: Caroline Ingalls is an amateur owner hunter rider who rides with Hap Hanses Stables. This fall she and her horse Concerto were grand champion at both Harrisburg and the National Horse show in Kentucky - impressively the second time for them as grand A/O champions at the National. Caroline is an interior designer and lives in southern California.Guest: Irene Neuwirth is an amateur owner hunter rider who trains with John Bragg of Bridgeport Farms. She was champion at Devon this year in the 3'6" A/O hunters and was champion and reserve her first time at the Washington international horse show as well as reserve champion at Harrisburg. Irene balances her riding time around her business where she designs original fine jewelry.Title Sponsor: Taylor, Harris Insurance ServicesSubscribe To: The Plaid Horse MagazineSponsors: Purina Animal Nutrition, America Cryo, LAURACEA, American Stalls, Show Strides Book Series, Online Equestrian College Courses,  With Purpose: The Balmoral Standard, BoneKare and American Equestrian School

The Cultural Frontline
The Beautiful Game: Art, football and the World Cup

The Cultural Frontline

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2022 26:57


The Fifa World Cup is being held in Qatar. The country's been gearing up for this huge event commissioning a broad array of art projects. However human rights groups have repeatedly complained about the bad treatment of foreign labourers building the stadia, and there are also concerns for LGBTQ+ fans attending the matches, in a country where homosexuality remains illegal. Rabih Alameddine is an award-winning Lebanese US novelist and painter, whose books cover topics including the Aids epidemic, the Lebanese civil war, exile and gender identity. He is also a huge football fan and he tells Tina Daheley about what hosting the World Cup in an Arab country means for the region and discusses football's attitude to sexuality. Argentina is famous for its legendary footballers, but amateur football is also huge in the country. Artist Martin Kazanietz captures this love of five-a-side and the social side of soccer in his paintings and he tells us about his own passion for the amateur game. The Uefa Women's EUROs took place in England this year, with a record audience of more than 365 million people watching worldwide. The tournament appointed British Jamaican, professor Shirley Thompson as composer in residence. She created two works, Momentum, a Concerto for Football and Orchestra, the other, an anthem called Beautiful Game, both performed by The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. Shirley told The Cultural Frontline's Andrea Kidd about the pieces. Nigeria might have missed out on a place in the World Cup, but one man who's putting the country's footballers on the virtual international playing field is Victor Daniyan. For the last three years he's been painstakingly creating a Pan African video football game. Victor explains why it's important for him to develop this interactive platform. (Photo credit: Colin Anderson Productions Pty Ltd/Getty Images)

Irish and Celtic Music Podcast

Altan will be at IrishFest Atlanta this week. Hear more about this amazing band from County Donegal on the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast. Spoil The Dance, Socks in the Frying Pan, Mary Jane Lamond & Wendy MacIsaac, The Chieftains, Brobdingnagian Bards, Jared Bogle, The Ugly Mugs, Meerrant, Altan, Téada VOTE IN THE CELTIC TOP 20 FOR 2022 This is our way of finding the best songs and artists each year. You can vote for as many songs and tunes that inspire you in each episode. Your vote helps me create next year's Best Celtic music of 2022 episode.  Vote Now! GET CELTIC MUSIC NEWS IN YOUR INBOX The Celtic Music Magazine is a quick and easy way to plug yourself into more great Celtic culture. Subscribe and get 34 Celtic MP3s for Free. THIS WEEK IN CELTIC MUSIC 0:02 - Intro: Clare Cunningham 0:09 - Spoil The Dance "Reels : Hare Island, Up Downy, The Mason's Apron" from Returning Home 4:46 - WELCOME 6:26 - Socks in the Frying Pan "Barndance Underpants (Live)" from Raw & Ríl (Live) 9:49 - Mary Jane Lamond & Wendy MacIsaac "Òran a' Mhèirlich / The Thief's Song" from Seinn 14:13 - The Chieftains "Carolan's Concerto" from Bear's Sonic Journals: The Foxhunt  -  Live In San Francisco 1973 16:47 - Brobdingnagian Bards "Johnny At The Door" from Songs of Ireland 20:24 - FEEDBACK 23:23 - Jared Bogle "Walsh's Hornpipe / Cuz Teahan's (Hornpipe and Fling)" from The Old Road Home 28:53 - The Ugly Mugs "Queen of the Rose Marie" from Songs in the Key of Sea 32:11 - Meerrant "Cillent Tes Yeux Bruns" from Fells 35:32 - STORY OF QUINTESSENTIAL ALTAN 42:39 - Altan "Dúlamán" from Island Angel 46:19 - STORY OF A LIFETIME OF TRADITIONAL MUSIC 57:54 - Altan "Bacach Shíl Andaí" from The Gap of Dreams 1:02:07 - CLOSING 1:03:14 - Téada "Jigs  -  The Women of Monaghan / Nancy Hynes' / Tap the Barrel" from Coiscéim Coiligh / As the Days Brighten The Irish & Celtic Music Podcast was produced by Marc Gunn, The Celtfather. The show was edited by Mitchell Petersen with Graphics by Miranda Nelson Designs. Visit our website to subscribe to the podcast and our mailing list. You'll find links to all of the artists played in this episode. You'll get access to our Best of this Year Playlist. And you will better connect with your Celtic heritage. The show is supported by our Patrons of the Podcast on Patreon. Subscribe to get bonus podcasts and vote in the Celtic Top 20. The Irish & Celtic Music Podcast is here to build our diverse Celtic community and help the incredible artists who so generously share their music with you. Finally, please tell one friend about this podcast. Word of mouth is the absolute best way to support any creative endeavor. Promote Celtic culture through music at http://celticmusicpodcast.com/. WELCOME CELTOPHILE TO CELTIC MUSIC * Helping you celebrate Celtic culture through music. I am Marc Gunn. I'm an Atlanta  -  based musician and podcaster. You can find a link to all of the artists in the shownotes, along with show times and chapters for each song when you visit our website at celticmusicpodcast.com. If you hear music you love, please email artists to let them know you heard them on the Irish and Celtic Music Podcast. When you buy one of our compilation CDs, listen to it on streaming, or if you become a Patron of the Podcast, I donate 10% of the money earned to Celtic non - profits, typically Celtic festivals. We've donated over over $45,000 since I started this podcast. This year, I picked IrishFest Atlanta to be the recipient of our donation. The Irish & Celtic Music Podcast is a proud sponsor of IrishFest Atlanta. IrishFest Atlanta was launched November 2013 to promote the culture of Ireland through the country's traditional music, song, dance, and language. The vision of IrishFest Atlanta's original founders was to create a weekend of cultural performances, lectures, and workshops in a festive environment appealing to community members of all ages and varying familiarity of all things Irish. So each week from now until the festival takes place November 4 - 5, 2022, I'm gonna play music from an artist performing at the festival. Tickets are now on sale for the festival. You can see a list of performance times and workshops on the festival website at IrishFestAtlanta.org. ICM podcast app WHAT'S NEW IN IRISH & CELTIC MUSIC: BEST OF 2022 Two weeks after the episode is launched, I compile the latest Celtic Top 20 votes to update a playlist on Spotify, Amazon Music, and YouTube. These are the results of your voting. You can help these artists out by following the playlists and adding tracks you love to your playlists. Subscribe to our newsletter to find out who was added this week. Listen on Spotify, Amazon Music, and YouTube. 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TRAVEL WITH CELTIC INVASION VACATIONS Every year, I take a small group of Celtic music fans on the relaxing adventure of a lifetime. We don't see everything. Instead, we stay in one area. We get to know the region through its culture, history, and legends. You can join us with an auditory and visual adventure through podcasts and videos. Learn more about the invasion at http://celticinvasion.com/ #celticmusic #irishmusic #celticmusicpodcast I WANT YOUR FEEDBACK What are you doing today while listening to the podcast? You can send a written comment along with a picture of what you're doing while listening. Email a voicemail message to celticpodcast@gmail.com Martin Schaub of West of Eden replied to my post about the Celtic Christmas Podcast on Facebook: "Hi there. West of Eden is releasing a new Christmas album. How do we submit music to the show?? All the best" Stephen Dunford replied to a comment on Facebook: "Congratulations Mark for winning best podcast !! I'll just say that

Classical Education
Halloween Special: Frankenstein & Dracula with Dax Stokes and Melissa Smith-Lauro

Classical Education

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 68:36


About our GuestsDax Stokes is the host of the award-winning podcast "The Vampire Historian," and a frequent lecturer on the topics of Dracula and vampire folklore. As an academic librarian in the North Texas area, he has organized two symposia on vampire studies featuring scholars from across the United States. His published works on Dracula can be found in IndieJudge Magazine, the Fantastika Journal, Vamped.org, and at thevampirehistorian.com. Melissa Smith-Lauro is a corporate writer and content strategist who taught literature & composition at the university level for eight years. She's the indefatigable mother of four sons who play baseball and attend in-person classes at the Flint Academy in Arlington, TX, and online classes with Miss Esther's Integrated Homeschool Curriculum through the Classical Learning Resource Center. For fun, she works with local creatives to produce collaborative, beautiful, story-driven multimedia children's content. Melissa is a proponent of Charlotte Mason principles, classical education content, and Montessori education methods. She is a gentle parenting enthusiast and an advocate for ADHD and autism awareness, accommodation, and inclusion in classical schools. Show NotesTrae and Adrienne invited Dax and Melissa to discuss the two most famous monsters in gothic fiction literature, Frankenstein and Dracula. The big ideas in these classics help us wrestle with what it means to be a human being through exploring the rich stories of these two monsters. What is a monster, and why should we read these books? Should students in classical schools read them? Join us as we explore these two famous monsters and their authors.Be sure to check out The Vampire Historian podcast with Dax Stokes too! Movies Mentioned Dracula (1992) The Coppola Version- Portrays all forms of Dracula Gothic: Movie with Julian Sands and Shelley Mary Shelley's Frankenstein Count Dracula: BBC 70's version with Louis Jourdan The Search of Dracula: documentary Dracula Dead and Loving It (Mel Brooks and Leslie Nielson) Nofaratu (destroyed from law suit) Young Frankenstein with Gene Wilder (a Mel Brooks film) YouTube on Albertus Magnus, St. Thomas Aquinas and the Robot  Books mentioned 1818 version of Frankenstein 1831 version of Frankenstein Transylvanian Superstitions by Emily Gerard In Search of Dracula: The History of Dracual and vampires  The Icelandic Dracula , 1901 - Powers of Darkness: The Lost Version of Dracula by Bram Stoker Swedish version of Dracula  - not translated into English yet Varney the Vampire (Penny Dreadfuls) The Vampire Book (Now the Vampire Almanac) Dr. John Polidori's The Vampyre (1819) _________________________________________________________Credits:Sound Engineer: Andrew HelselLogo Art: Anastasiya CFMusic: Vivaldi's Concerto for 2 Violins in B flat major, RV529 : Lana Trotovsek, violin Sreten Krstic, violin with Chamber Orchestra of Slovenian PhilharmonicSpecial Music: Toccata and Fugue in D Minor, BWV 561; Public Domain classics sourced from the: https://archive.org/. © 2022 Beautiful Teaching. All Rights Reserved  ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★