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    Falls Church
    Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence

    Falls Church

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 4:00


    Organ and Piano duet, Glenda and Eileen.

    Les grands entretiens
    Romain Didier, auteur-compositeur-interprète (1/5) : "Le piano était mon terrain de jeu"

    Les grands entretiens

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 25:22


    durée : 00:25:22 - Romain Didier, auteur-compositeur-interprète (1/5) - par : Laurent Valero - Romain Didier est l'un des auteurs-compositeurs les plus féconds de la chanson française. Chanteur au style sobre et au talent intemporel, le répertoire de Romain Didier est mêlé de poésie et d'humanisme. Retour en 5 épisodes sur le parcours artistique et personnel de cet autodidacte. - réalisé par : Lionel Quantin

    Homeschool Unrefined
    202: You Don't Need Our Permission, But...

    Homeschool Unrefined

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 30:29


    Join us as we talk about all things you should give yourself permission to do in homeschool - change, quit, protect, trust, and say yes. Fall 2022 Season Sponsors   We are so grateful to our Fall 2022 Season Sponsors. Use the links below for their special offerings:   Blossom & Root and use code HSUnrefined15 for 15% off your purchase   Outschool and use code Unrefined for $20 off your first class    Night Zookeeper for a 7-day, risk-free trial, as well as 50% off an annual subscription  LTWs    Maren: Love Hard   Angela: Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery   Connect with us!  Visit our website  Sign up for our newsletter and get our Top 100 Inclusive Book List We are listener supported! Support us on Patreon Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and see video episodes now on Youtube Angela on Instagram: @unrefinedangela | Maren on Instagram: @unrefinedmaren and @alwayslearningwithmaren  Email us any questions or feedback at homeschoolunrefined@gmail.com   Complete Episode Transcript   [00:00:09] Maren: hi, we're Mar and Angela of homeschool, unrefined. Over the past 25 years, we've been friends, teachers, homeschool parents and podcasters, together with our master's degrees and 20 years combined homeschooling. We're here to rethink homeschooling, learning, and education with an inclusive and authentic  [00:00:28] Angela: lens. [00:00:30] At Homeschool, unrefined, we prioritize things like giving yourself credit, building strong connections, respectful parenting, interest led playing and learning, learning differences, mental health, self care, and listening to and elevating LGBTQ plus and BI voices.  [00:00:48] Maren: We are here to encourage and support you. [00:00:51] Whether you're a new homeschooler, a veteran, you love curriculum, you're an unschooler. Whether all your kids are at home or all your kids are [00:01:00] at school or somewhere in between. Wherever you are on your journey, we are the voice in your head telling you, you're doing great, and so are your  [00:01:07] Angela: kids. This is episode 2 0 2. [00:01:11] You don't need our permission, but we are gonna talk about five things we should always allow ourselves to do, and then we are gonna end like we always do with our lt. Ws Loving this week. And before we get started, we wanted to let you know if you are listening to this the day it comes out on Monday, then tomorrow, December. [00:01:33] Sixth, we are going to be having our class in Patreon that's gonna be all about how to take a winter break. Mm-hmm. . And that is gonna be at one o'clock central. We'd love to have you there. It's gonna be informal. There's gonna be 30 minutes of us talking live, and then there's gonna be 15 minutes of q and a. [00:01:52] So if you'd like to join us, you can go to pat our Patreon links in the show notes and get set up there.  [00:01:57] Maren: Yes.  [00:01:59] All [00:02:00] of my kids' favorite classes they've taken have been from out school, which is one of the reasons we're thrilled to have them as a sponsor. We know that kids who love to learn don't just prepare for the future. [00:02:11] They create it. That's why Out School has reimagined online learning to empower kids and teens to expand their creativity, wonder and knowledge. Empathetic, passionate teachers encourage learners ages three to 18 to explore their. Connect with diverse peers from around the world and take an active role in leading their learning out. [00:02:33] School has created a world filled with endless possibilities for every schooling journey.  [00:02:38] Explore over 140,000 fun and flexible live online classes to find the right fit for your family and join us as we set learning free. Sign up today at Out schooler.me/homeschool unrefined, and get up to $20 off your first class when you enroll  [00:02:56] Angela: with the code on. We [00:03:00] love when companies try to teach subjects in new and innovative ways, and that's why we're so excited to introduce you to Night Zookeeper. [00:03:08] Is your child a reluctant writer? Do they struggle with reading? If your answer to either of these questions is yes, then night zookeeper may just be what you're looking for. Night Zookeeper is an online learning program for children, ages six to 12 years old that uses a gamified and creative approach to help keep kids engaged and focused on developing awesome reading and writing skills all while having fun at the same time. [00:03:31] Some of the features we love include the educational games, the personalized feedback on writing from real tutors and the super safe community pages where children can work with each other and learn. If Night Zookeeper sounds like the perfect learning program for your child, you can try it for free by clicking on the link in the show notes. [00:03:50] When you register, they'll get a seven day risk free trial as well as a huge 50% off an annual subscription. That is a great deal if you ask me.  [00:03:59] Maren: [00:04:00] My family has spent so many hours outside and learning about life. If this sounds like your family, you might like Blossom and Root. Blossom and Root is a nature focused secular homeschool curriculum focusing on creativity, science, nature, literature, and the arts. [00:04:18] Blossom and Root has been gently encouraging and supporting homeschooling families around the globe since 2016. Blossom and Root currently offers curricula for pre-K through fifth grade with new levels being added in the future. Additionally, a three volume inclusive US history curriculum told from a variety of viewpoints is currently in development as of August, 2022. [00:04:43] Volume one is available for purchase and volume two is available for presale all profits from this history curriculum. A River of voices will be used to support storytellers and artists from historically excluded communities. [00:04:57] You can find samples, scope, and [00:05:00] sequences and information about each of their levels online@blossomandroute.com. You can also find them on Instagram at Blossom and Route. Blossom and has created a special discount for our listeners. Use the code Hs. Unrefined 15 at checkout for 15%  [00:05:18] Angela: off your purchase. All right, well, today we are talking about permission and how you don't actually need our permission to do some of the things we're gonna talk about, but we think we have a five different categories of things. [00:05:31] We think that you should allow yourself the permission to. Do when you're homeschooling. Exactly.  [00:05:38] Maren: These are things we wanna actually normalize. I think that was like our alternative title, like let's normalize these things, make them so that we don't even have to  [00:05:47] Angela: feel like we have to give ourselves permission. [00:05:51] Mm-hmm. , it's just something we do. It's normal. Well, I think like a lot of times the pressures of whatever, you know, the outside world. Yes. [00:06:00] Also, like the pressures you place on yourself mm-hmm. Can be can really like, weigh on you as you are thinking about some of these things.  [00:06:08] Maren: Yes. I do think we as homeschoolers often already feel like we're kind of outside of the norm a little bit. Yeah, right. We've, we've, we say this a lot on our podcast, like we have done something kind of going against green homeschooling, . Yeah. It's different, right? [00:06:25] And so sometimes we do feel like, well, we can't go way out. Let's not go  [00:06:30] Angela: way out there and do something even. There still has to be some standards.  [00:06:33] Maren: We have to have standards. And so let's do the standards that, you know, some of the standards that everybody else does too, right? Like it just feels a little safer. [00:06:41] It feels like it's socially acceptable and so, which is great. I, and I actually think that's okay to do that sometimes too. But I also want  [00:06:51] Angela: us  [00:06:52] Maren: to. Utilize the freedom we have in, you know, homeschoolers. We get to make decisions. The [00:07:00] reason a lot of times the reason why we, you know, decide to homeschool is so that we can make different choices for our family and we can do things that are healthier and better for our kids  [00:07:10] Angela: and for us, more  [00:07:12] Maren: personalized. [00:07:13] More personalized mm-hmm. . And yet we sometimes then shrug those choices off because it feels too much at that moment.  [00:07:19] Angela: Yes. Yes, definitely. So this, you know, this, we're doing this episode intentionally at the beginning of December because, you know, we're like three months into a school year here. Most of us are taking a holiday break coming up or a winter break. [00:07:34] And so you know, we're thinking about some of these things, but we wanna make sure, you know, if you listen to this in May or February or October, it still applies. Yes, because again, you don't need our permission, but we're telling you that you can do these things. You, you should allow yourself the permission to do these things anytime,  [00:07:52] Maren: anytime, anytime. [00:07:54] And, and it's important to think about them anytime, not just during a holiday or a, [00:08:00] you know. You know, a time off or something. Right? Right. It's important to like continue to, this is a living thing, .  [00:08:07] Angela: Right. Okay. So the first thing that we wanna give you or that you should give yourself permission to do is change. [00:08:13] And that can be a lot of different things. You can change how you school. You, you are allowed to do this. You are allowed to change the big picture things like going from homeschool to online school. You are allowed to put your kids in online school. Maybe homeschool just isn't working for you right now, or you need a little bit more support or a little bit more guidance. [00:08:33] It is okay to do that. It is also okay to switch from switch in the opposite direction. It is okay. If you are doing online school, it's not working, it's okay to switch to homeschool. It's okay to also put your kids in school. It's okay to also pull your kids from school. Yes, you can. You can do that anytime you feel like it's the right thing  [00:08:55] Maren: to do. [00:08:56] And change what's right for each kid. Maybe. I know it's, for me, [00:09:00] I really value making my life easier and I, my goal has always been we're all doing the same thing because when we're all doing the same thing, then I don't have to drive four kids to four  [00:09:13] Angela: different places or whatever. But realistically,  [00:09:15] Maren: my kids all have different needs. [00:09:17] Mm-hmm. . And so I, we have made changes to Yes. Logistically it's a little bit trickier for us to get to different places. But it is so much  [00:09:27] Angela: better for  [00:09:28] Maren: everyone, for the whole family when we're all in the place and, and doing the learning  [00:09:35] Angela: that works best for all. Right. So you made changes. Yes. And I think that's pretty common. [00:09:42] I would say like when your kids are younger, it's easier for you to do things altogether or all the same. Mm-hmm. . And then as they get older and their specific styles and needs emerge. Right. And, and desires. Like we want to accommodate [00:10:00] that. So that makes sense.  [00:10:01] Maren: And even within homeschool, maybe you need to switch co-op. [00:10:05] Fine. It's okay to do that. It's great. I mean, you're, I don't ever think of change as, as negative. It's like you're getting closer and closer to the, you know, you're, you're moving in the right direction. Yeah. You  [00:10:19] Angela: know more, now you know more, more about your child and what works or doesn't work in this season or forever, whatever. [00:10:26] And so it is good. It's a change is a. Right. Or maybe you're switching  [00:10:31] Maren: from,  [00:10:31] More of a, an unschool approach to more direct teaching approach or something like that. Maybe that is just what's right for you or vice versa. Mm-hmm. , you're going to more unschooling because that's how it's working for you right now. [00:10:45] I think that's great. And then also we need to just consider. What's the style that fits your child's needs the most? Mm-hmm. , and this can change over time too, as our kids mature, as their needs change as their interests change as their, as [00:11:00] they are a learning about themselves and, and, you know, in homeschool, you, they really do get to know themselves very well. [00:11:08] They're able to do that. And, and when they're able to verbalize that and. When you know more, you do the thing that works best then, right? And so, right.  [00:11:19] Angela: So what is your kid really into, like what are they, what do they do in their free time? What it really excites them? You could just do more of that, right? [00:11:27] If that's, if that what, if that's what would make things like come alive for them. You should allow yourself to do  [00:11:34] Maren: that. Right, right, right. And the style, you know, and when I say style, I don't always even mean you know, Active versus, you know, sitting at a table. It could also just be like your child listens to audiobooks or, you know, reads more audio audiobooks than ires. [00:11:53] Mm-hmm. great. Like pick up on that. And, and you can do more of the out your child does [00:12:00] math better on an app? Mm-hmm. than sitting at, you know, doing a book. Great. Mm-hmm. awesome. Pick up on that. My child loves to bake. We spent hours in the kitchen. Mm-hmm. still do . And so I think that that is, that's all learning and that can change. [00:12:19] Like you can make more time  [00:12:20] Angela: for that. For sure. Yep. And maybe you have learned that you need to either get out of the house more mm-hmm. . Mm-hmm. And go on more adventures. Or maybe you've learned definitely that you've been outta the house too much and you need more time at home. You are allowed to like make your schedule, make your routines right to fit what works for you. [00:12:40] And it's okay to do that mid-year or mm-hmm. a month into the school year or whatever it, you don't have to. Yes. Like stick with something that's not working.  [00:12:49] Maren: Exactly. Exactly. Yep. All right. Let's move on to number two. Number two is you can give yourself permission to quit. Yes. Quit a variety of things and in a [00:13:00] variety of ways. [00:13:00] You can quit permanently. Something this is, this is just not for me. It's not happening, not for my kids. You can also quit. So, Indefinitely until we're ready, . Yeah. Yeah. Until we're ready to come back, we're quitting. Mm-hmm. . Yep.  [00:13:17] Angela: So I feel like this right now, like we said at the beginning of December, so I'm sure you're thinking of a break probably. [00:13:23] Mm-hmm. . Mm-hmm. . And, you know, you might be thinking, yeah, we're taking two weeks off, we're taking three weeks off, we're taking a month off. You can, you should allow yourself to do that. You could also allow yourself to, you know, not come back till the end of January. Or whatever works for your family. [00:13:38] However much time you think everyone needs, you are not bound to this outside culture schedule. Yes. That everyone else is bound to . You know, maybe you want to do lots of out outdoor activities right now. That's fine. You can take the time to do that and then come back later for some more structure that you might, yes. [00:13:57] Yep. Yep. If you want that. [00:14:00]  [00:14:00] Maren: And quitting I think has a bad. It does. Mm-hmm. . Mm-hmm. . It feels like a fail, like failing sometimes in some ways, or it's been deemed that way  [00:14:12] Angela: by many people. Just never quitting. Never quitting is a thing.  [00:14:15] Maren: Never quit. You need to get rid of that. Right, right. Well, my kids need to learn persistence and how to, you know, work through something hard, which is true. [00:14:22] We get, you know, totally understand that. Yeah. Mm-hmm. . And then also there is this, these skills in quitting. Mm-hmm. , like understanding yourself and listening to what you. Making a plan to quit. Like you don't, maybe you don't quit cold Turkey. Like right now, we're not, we're just  [00:14:35] Angela: with this, you know, maybe we finish out the semester Yes. [00:14:40] Piano lessons because we've already committed and paid mm-hmm. , but we know at the end of December we're gonna take a break.  [00:14:47] Maren: Yep. And Okay. I'm just gonna hear, I'm just gonna tell you a quick personal story. I won't get too detailed, but like, one of my, one of my kids just quit a sport and it was it was, it was really apparent led for a long time. [00:14:59] [00:15:00] Like we were, we were just like so excited for this child to like, join anything. And so we kind of coaxed them into it. They got, they got kinda  [00:15:07] Angela: excited for a while. Yep. Yep.  [00:15:10] Maren: And then you know, mid-semester, so it wasn't even at the end of anything. But it was just, we could tell it was just not worth the fight anymore. [00:15:20] Mm. It's just not worth the fight. And this child was communicating so well to us why this wasn't working for them. Mm. Yeah. And while we tried to stick it out to the end of the semester, it really didn't, like, the cus benefit wasn't, it just wasn't. Yeah, it wasn't worth it for us. And so we made the decision to stop mid-semester gasp. [00:15:42] I know, but it was the right thing. Yeah. For this child and  [00:15:46] Angela: for our family really. I like when you talked about cost benefit. I mean, I don't love that necessarily terminology, but I like that you're saying like, what, what is the cost here for us? Yeah. You know, this child's unhappiness are having to drag them out of [00:16:00] the. [00:16:00] Yeah. Our fighting relationship,  [00:16:02] Maren: right. It was causing anxiety to, and it wasn't the kind of anxiety that like, oh, if I overcome this, it's gonna feel so good. It was, if I overcome this, I'm just gonna be bitter at my parents a little bit. Yeah. And we were like, no, this is not worth it. That's actually counterproductive to what we're actually trying to, for sure. [00:16:22] So,  [00:16:24] Angela: So good job. Thank you. Okay. Our next category or I don't know, next thing. Mm-hmm. is protect. Our next word is protect. Mm-hmm. , something that you are allowed to do is protect your child's free time. Mm. Mm-hmm. and or screen time . Yes. I think. Coming into winter. We're in winter in North America. [00:16:44] Right. So like coming into winter is a time I think when we instinctually just need a lot of downtime. Mm-hmm. . Yeah. At least I do. Okay.  [00:16:54] Maren: Especially in northern in the Northern  [00:16:57] Angela: states as I'm watching it. [00:17:00] Snow immensely outside right now. That's all I can think about.  [00:17:03] Maren: like I just wanna hibernate. Yes.  [00:17:05] Angela: I wanna hibernate. [00:17:06] Yes. And I feel like, so. We are not good at, and I say we like the collective we, and I'm talking about me as well. Mm-hmm. not good at is protecting my kids free time and downtime. Yeah. And I think that is so important and I wish I had done a better job of that when my kids were little. I did get better as they got older. [00:17:23] Oh yeah. But I think that downtime where their minds can wander, they can do the thing they're excited about, they can have a chance to explore new things that they maybe don't know if they're interested in. Mm-hmm. . Mm-hmm. that only happens with. Huge blocks of free time. That's so true. You are allowed to protect that for your child and not cram in all the different subjects. [00:17:47] Exactly. Because are all those different subjects more important than free time? I don't know. I don't think so. Right. And are  [00:17:53] Maren: they actually getting learned when you're cramming them in anyway? Yeah. Is the learning actually happening? Mm-hmm. , you're [00:18:00] getting things done. But that does not guarantee any sort of like internal long term learning. [00:18:10] Angela: You're not. That's how I remember a an episode we did like three years ago or four years ago, I don't remember, was about like how we don't choose what our kids. Yes. Make meaning out of or like Yes. Yes. Like we can put the information in front of them. Yep. But we don't get to decide like what stays in their head or what they choose to make meaning from. [00:18:29] Right. That's like something that they're doing or something that happens within them. So just because you're cramming in six subjects or whatever, I'm, I'm not saying you're doing that, that's extreme, but whatever. That doesn't mean that they're learning all of that, but exactly what they're, they are learning when they're at, when they're, when they have. [00:18:46] They are learning because they're choosing what they're doing. They're excited about it, they're into it. They're motivated by it. We know for sure that they're learning that.  [00:18:57] Maren: Yep. They, it's the best kind of learning and yeah, it's [00:19:00] the most internal learning and long-term learning. And the only part of that that's tough for parents is that you probably aren't choosing the topic. [00:19:11] But let me tell you, so. Let me give you a peace of mind here. It's not always about the topic. , when it comes to learning the topic is almost irrelevant. It's the practice of learning. The habit of thinking. Mm-hmm. that is happening. Mm-hmm. during that free time. Mm-hmm. , it's the processing. Mm-hmm. , they are learning how to learn. [00:19:35] Mm-hmm. and they are loving it. So they're associating learning. Positive vibes. Positive feelings, for sure. For sure. And so they are going to continue that habit. Mm-hmm. of learning, of asking questions, of figuring out the answer. All these things, they are going to keep doing that the, their rest of their lives. [00:19:56] Mm-hmm. , if they have that time to do it now and they're having [00:20:00] positive experiences. Yes. So give yourself all the credit for all the learning you're you and your kids are doing in their  [00:20:08] Angela: free time. Give your kids all the credit. . Yeah. Yeah. I also, I know we briefly touched on it, I wanna say protect screen time and mm-hmm. [00:20:16] I know this is controversial, but I'm just gonna say like, I think. A lot of screen time is really, really valuable and really important. My kids learn a lot through screen time. Mm-hmm. now my kids are older, but I have to say, like my son, for example watches a lot of YouTube videos that are about, I don't even know the category. [00:20:35] Geography. Yeah. Yeah. I think geography. Yes. And like politics happening within the different, like Oh totally. Countries or whatever. This is what he does for hours. He does this for hours. That's amazing because I love to see it. I'm like, yes, yes, yes, you should do that. I am doing it wanting to squander that at all. [00:20:55] Cuz he is deep diving into a subject that is interesting to him and he is learning a [00:21:00] lot by doing those deep dives. Right. I have to  [00:21:02] Maren: say my son is doing the same thing really about you. Oh, okay. We should talk about that together. Yeah. Two of 'em, because they probably love to talk about that, so, yeah. [00:21:12] That's great. Yeah. And, and they can, you know, watch YouTube videos together. I think that's so, so great.  [00:21:19] Angela: Yeah. I mean, and I do not wanna stop that. I do not wanna put a limit on that and say, oh, you need to turn that up. I know sometimes we need to, but I like, I know that his excitement and passion for this is so great right now. [00:21:32] Yes. And I am not stopping. Totally.  [00:21:34] Maren: I also, I wanna piggyback on that. My oldest is learning all about the history of Iran right now. All on her, all on her own, and the, and all of the, the, just the you know, women's rights and all that stuff, just. Just doing all the research all the time on that and comes to us and tells us all these facts and things, and I'm like, that's amazing. [00:21:57] Had we  [00:21:57] Angela: limited  [00:21:59] Maren: mm-hmm. That [00:22:00] time, it just wouldn't happen. So, you know, it's just amazing. And then I have one child who's just doing art all the time. Mm-hmm. on their screen, on their iPad, just it's art. It's this art app. Pen, you  [00:22:12] Angela: know, like  [00:22:13] Maren: a mm-hmm. . Yeah. So it's, and it's amazing stuff. It's like amazing stuff. [00:22:19] Yeah. And I just think, well, why,  [00:22:21] Angela: why would I like squander that,  [00:22:22] Maren: that mm-hmm. excitement for that thing, so. All right. Number four is trust. Trust your gut. Trust your gut on things. Mm-hmm. Trust  [00:22:31] Angela: yourself. Mm-hmm. and trust your. Say too. Yes. Yeah. You are allowed to do that because you know, like we always say, you know, you yourself and your family the best, right? [00:22:41] Mm-hmm. , and we know as parents, you have a gut feeling of if a thing is working or not. If we need to do more of something, if we need to do less of something, if we should change something up, like where's the. The excitement for our kids, and you know that, you know that better than any expert, right? Or, you know, grandparent or like friend [00:23:00] who's a teacher. [00:23:00] You, you know that for your kids and your family. You need to trust that.  [00:23:05] Maren: Yes, and I think there is like a good. I think it's great to do a little research if you need to or whatever, do what you need to do, but also don't overdo that. Like I think about it when, you know when our kids are sick or something and then we Google something and then, you know, suddenly we think they, you know, have a terminal illness or something because of the Google results. [00:23:24] Yeah, yeah. It just brings us to this very scary place when really our gut instincts is like, you know, I should just, you know, sometimes we have to just listen to our gut and be like, I should just. My child to the doctor or not. Yeah. What it's usually the right thing. Whatever your gut is about that is probably the right thing. [00:23:43] Bring to the doctor or don't, or whatever, you know? Mm-hmm. . And I think, I think it, it's the same thing with homeschooling. Like, just trust your gut. What do you, what do you see and notice and experience with your kids?  [00:23:56] Angela: Mm-hmm. , you have so much  [00:23:58] Maren: information [00:24:00] that is intangible that nobody  [00:24:02] Angela: else will be able  [00:24:04] Maren: to. [00:24:05] Will never know those things. Mm-hmm. and only you do .  [00:24:09] Angela: Yeah. Trust it for sure. I love that. Mm-hmm. . Okay. Our last one is say yes, you have permission to say yes. I think a lot of times us included talk about saying no and taking stuff off of our plate. And we also want to tell you that you are allowed to add more things or say yes more often when your kids are asking you to, if that is what you want to do. [00:24:35] And if that works for you, you are allowed to do that. You're allowed to. You know, have a fun adventure. One day you're allowed to have a mental health day. You know, you're allowed to play games together that day. You're allowed to do whatever it is that is going to bring joy to your homeschool. [00:24:56] You're allowed to do that. You're allowed to go off for ice cream. You're allowed to get coffee in the morning. [00:25:00] Whatever you need to inject a little passion is what you should.  [00:25:05] Maren: Yes. Exactly. And a lot of times your kids will be the ones to let you know. There's something like, mom, can we do this today? [00:25:14] Mm-hmm. , I mean, I would listen to that. Mm-hmm. , maybe it's not a yes, but maybe there's something that you can, that you can say yes to around that. Mm-hmm. . But it might just be a little indicator that there's something that you could do. Yeah. For sure.  [00:25:28] Angela: All right. All right. We hope that was, That was kind of, this is like our favorite thing to talk about. [00:25:35] Yeah. We, we could talk forever. We had to coach ourselves to not talk so much. So. Yep. Exactly. Hope that was helpful for you. All right, let's move on to our loving this week. Okay. Marron what? Loving this week. All right.  [00:25:48] Maren: I'm loving a movie. It actually came out last. Holiday season, it's called Love Hard. [00:25:54] Okay. It's on Netflix. It is a pretty cheesy romcom, [00:26:00] actually but it is just, it's just such a great movie to sit down, curl up the blanket and enjoy brainless, basically. But it's so much fun, you know, it's like you don't have to think about it at all. You can just like eat it up like candy.  [00:26:15] Angela: Mm-hmm. . So this is about, I'm trying to remember, cause I did watch this last year and I loved it. [00:26:20] So if you're looking for a good holiday flick, this could be Yes. The, you know, like comfort flick you wanted? Yes. It, it  [00:26:28] Maren: just says it's an la Okay. I'll just read it quick. An LA girl, this is from imdb.com. An LA girl, unlucky in Love falls for an East coast guy on a dating app. Yeah. And decides to surprise him for the holidays. [00:26:40] Only to discover that she's  [00:26:42] Angela: been catfished. Yeah, she catfishing. Ok. Yeah.  [00:26:46] Maren: Yes. So it's very lighthearted and fun. And actually I just, I enjoyed it probably more this year than I did last year. I watched it again. Awesome. And I watched it with some of my kids. It does say TV A but [00:27:00] I would say it's probably more like PG 13, to be honest. [00:27:03] Yeah.  [00:27:03] Angela: It's like a PG 13. That's what it feels like to me. Yeah. There's no like, [00:27:07] Maren: No rated R stuff. No, I wouldn't, I don't think so. There's probably some swearing I would  [00:27:12] get.  [00:27:12] Angela: I think that's what it's, yeah. Yes. Alright. Thanks for sharing that. All right, Angela, what do you loving this week? I also have a movie, . Okay, great. Love it. This is called Glass Onion, A Knives Out story. Yay. [00:27:26] Yay. So this is basically knives. If you saw knives Out. Wow. Like two years ago,  [00:27:32] Maren: Martin, was that two? Oh, you know it's been three. It's been three. It was 2019. Wow.  [00:27:37] Angela: Yeah. Okay. Well if you haven't seen the first Knives out, you should definitely see that this is the second Knives out. We sat in the theater with family. [00:27:44] This is perfect. If you have, I would say teens or even. Between and up. Because it's like, it's a murder mystery, right? That's what it is. Mm-hmm. . But it's done in this a really fun, in innovative new way. It's also, okay. So [00:28:00] there's the only continuing character from the first Knives out movie is the Detective Daniel Craig. [00:28:06] He's the same. Okay. Otherwise they have a whole new cast of characters. Wow. And they're all. People, you know. Oh, you know, all kind of coming together. Playing kinda  [00:28:16] Maren: the last one  [00:28:16] Angela: too. A new funny. Yeah. These funny characters. These like unique characters. This Kate Hudson and Oh, fun. Yeah. You know, . Okay, I should have looked this up. [00:28:26] You know, the guy from Hamilton, the good singer. Okay. You  [00:28:30] Maren: know? Yes. Okay. I'm gonna look it up. Oh, Janelle, Moe. Yeah. Is in here. Leslie Oum Jr.  [00:28:37] Angela: Leslie oum Jr. [00:28:38] Thank you. Like I knew it term with an L. Yep. Okay. Anyway, and what I liked about it, which I think like could have been done poorly, but they did it right, was they talked about the pandemic. It's like said in the pandemic. That's great. And so there's like funny references to it that we can laugh about a little bit, little bit. [00:28:59] Right. Like  [00:28:59] Maren: [00:29:00] fun. Yes, exactly. And we can process through it. Yes.  [00:29:02] Angela: Yes. . So I actually, I liked that it was like, it was good to see that . Okay, great. So I think I think it's just a good time. And I heard it's coming to Netflix in like a few weeks  [00:29:13] Maren: very soon. Yeah. It was just out in theaters for a short time, so I'm glad you got to see it. [00:29:17] We really wanted to, but it didn't work out. So I'm really looking forward to this.  [00:29:21] Angela: All right. Thank you everybody for being here. [00:29:23] Thank you to our three sponsors, blossom and Ru Out School and Night Zoo Zookeeper. Be sure to check out their links in our show notes. [00:29:31] Maren: This podcast is created and hosted by Angela Sizer and Marrin Goerss. . We are listeners supported to get extra content and the Back to School Summit free with your membership. Go to patreon.com/homeschool unrefined. Subscribe to our newsletter and get our free top 100 inclusive booklist@homeschoolunrefined.com slash new. [00:29:55] You can find Mar on Instagram at unrefined and at Always [00:30:00] Learning with Mar. Find Angela at Unrefined. Angela. [00:30:04] 

    Radio Galicia
    Un piano de cola "navega" por la Ría de Arousa

    Radio Galicia

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2022 6:15


    La compositora y pianista Elsa Muñiz promociona la Ruta Marítima del Camino de Santiago "navegando" con un piano de cola por la Ría de Arousa. Bajo la denominación del "Navegando o camiño" a compuesto una pieza musical que interpreta con un piano de cola que va a bordo de una embarcación mientras recorre la Ría de Arousa y cuyo video está disponible en las diversas redes sociales.Elsa Muñiz "navegando o Camiño"

    Subtempo Radio
    Subtempo Mix 042 - Menhir

    Subtempo Radio

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2022 56:50


    This month's mix comes from Madrid-based duo Menhir. With their recent album released on Piano and Coffee Records in the bag, they share with us some of their influences, and tracks they are enjoying right now. A true experimental journey through a variety of soundscapes, very textural. We also chat about site-specific music, and their take on using sound to affect a landscape and the Earth in this interesting interview: https://subtempo.com/mixes/menhir

    The Daily Good
    Episode 684: The EU is cracking down on plastic bottle waste, a brilliant quote from CS Lewis, the wonderful Christmas market of Prague, the glorious style of painter Georges Seurat, the swinging piano of Wynton Kelly, and more…

    The Daily Good

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 16:07


    Good News: The European Union is introducing legislature to reduce plastic bottle waste, Link HERE. The Good Word: A really lovely quote from C.S. Lewis about friendship! Good To Know: Another surprising fact about C.S. Lewis and his own feelin.gs about his legacy. Good News: Even more reason to eat fruits and veggies: they can […]

    Cultura
    Clarice Lispector é tema de recital estrelado por Maria Fernanda Cândido e Sonia Rubinsky em Paris

    Cultura

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 5:39


    A escritora brasileira Clarice Lispector faria 102 anos no próximo dia 10 de dezembro. Nascida em 1920 em Tchetchelnik, na Ucrânia, ela chegou ao Brasil ainda bebê, com a sua família, que fugia do Pogrom, um massacre institucional dos judeus da região. Suas memórias de infância, assim como trechos da sua vasta obra – crônicas e romances – dão vida ao recital dramático "Clarice, Ballade au-dessus de l'Abîme", em cartaz em Paris com a atriz Maria Fernanda Cândido e a pianista Sonia Rubinsky. Por Paloma Varón, da RFI Um diálogo entre a literatura e a música: assim pode ser definido o espetáculo "Clarice, bailando acima do abismo", em tradução livre para o português. Composto de trechos de crônicas e livros como "Felicidade Clandestina" e "Laços de Família", com adaptação de Catarina Brandão e direção de Antonio Interlandi, o recital será apresentado mais duas vezes em Paris, nos dias 6 e 13 de dezembro.  Entusiasmada, a atriz Maria Fernanda Cândido contou à RFI sobre o seu novo trabalho: "Eu sinto que esse recital é uma grande declaração de amor ao Brasil, à cultura brasileira e à Língua Portuguesa que a Clarice faz: através de vários textos, contos, passagens, ela vai deixando muito clara esta paixão que ela tem pelo Brasil – que eu divido com ela. Isso é algo que me habita também, é a minha cultura, o meu país. Então, fazer esta grande declaração de amor aqui em Paris, para o público francês, é realmente um grande privilégio, uma honra e um grande prazer". A atriz conta como se reconhece no universo da escritora: "Eu me aproximo muito de Clarice quando entro em contato com esses textos que abordam o mundo feminino de maneira tão intensa, tão brilhante e tão sensível. E a Clarice traz também a espiritualidade como tema em sua obra. Entao eu acho que tudo isso - esse amor pelo Brasil, esse feminino, essa sensibilidade - ressoa em mim", descreve. Trechos autobiográficos se misturam aos contos "Eu gosto muito de todos os trechos autobiográficos, eu acho que ele são muito bem selecionados e conseguem realmente criar um retrato da Clarice; a gente consegue enxergar essa mulher", completa Maria Fernanda Cândido. A obra de Clarice Lispector foi traduzida para o francês e é publicada na França desde 1978. Maria Fernanda Cândido, que estreia o seu primeiro monólogo em francês, falou à RFI sobre a experiência de atuar neste idioma - que ela já fala em casa com o marido (francês) e os filhos (franco-brasileiros), que também falam português - mas não usava como língua de trabalho.  "Este trabalho para mim é muito novo. É a primeira vez que eu faço isso, essa dupla com a Sonia Rubinsky, grande pianista, sendo acompanhada por ela, fazendo isso de maneira muito entrelaçada, muito costurada, e em francês", disse a atriz, que já atuou no cinema em inglês, francês e italiano, mas no teatro, ao vivo diante do público, é a primeira vez.  Intimidade com a obra clariciana A atriz já tinha intimidade com a obra de Clarice Lispector. No cinema ela interpretou a protagonista G.H., do famoso livro "A paixão segundo G.H.", filme dirigido por Luis Fenando Carvalho, que deve estrear nos cinemas no ano que vem. Para o recital, a pianista Sonia Rubinsky fez uma escolha de peças musicais que dialogam perfeitamente com os trechos escolhidos por Catarina Brandão. "A Catarina conseguiu fazer uma costura de textos da vida da Clarice com os contos. O resultado é incrível, porque a linguagem da Clarice é forte, enigmática, misteriosa, e com essa costura com a vida dela ficou muito interessante, dá uma perspectiva bem mais completa. E aí entra a música, que também dá essa perspectiva completa do mundo das emoções, porque afinal a música fala quando a linguagem acaba", analisa Rubinsky.  A pianista explica como vai de Rachmaninoff a Villa-Lobos, passando por Alberto Nepomuceno: "Eu insisti para que a gente começasse com a Sonata #2, de Rachmaninoff, que é uma das peças mais difíceis do repertório de piano. E, como a Clarice nasceu na Europa, em Tchetchelnik, tem tudo a ver com música eslava, russa, ucraniana". "Eu começo com esta música, que é extremamente dramática – porque a vida da Clarice é dramática – e depois a gente costura com a ideia de Carnaval, que tem a ver com Recife, onde ela morava, então tem a ver com Carnaval, Villa-Lobos e o seu 'Carnaval das Crianças'", aponta. O diretor do espetáculo, Antonio Interlandi, que também é brasileiro e está radicado na França há 28 anos, comenta sobre a escolha do formato. "É um meio caminho entre a peça de teatro e a leitura propriamente dita. E, justamente, a montagem desses textos deu um movimento a este trabalho de mise-en-scène, premitindo que houvesse uma interação entre a pianista e a atriz, entre a música e o texto, e nos permitiu usar o espaço do Accord Parfait, que é uma sala tão insólita, diferente."

    The Jim Bakker Show
    America's Piano Showman - Dino & Cheryl Kartsonakis Day 2

    The Jim Bakker Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 58:30


    It's Day 2 with Dino and Cheryl Kartsonakis on The Jim Bakker Show! Dino shares more from his 80th Birthday Concert as Pastor Jim and Lori tell behind the scenes stories from backstage. Joining Dino at his birthday concert were Sandi Patty and her husband, Don Peslis, former Attorney General John Ashcroft, a mass choir, full orchestra, and others! You won't want to miss more with America's Piano Showman!

    BBVA Aprendemos Juntos
    Teresa Gómez: La historia de una niña que soñó con ser pianista

    BBVA Aprendemos Juntos

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 59:00


    Creció en el Palacio de Bellas Artes de Medellín -Colombia- en una época de racismo, clasismo y discriminación. En plenos años 40, Teresita Gómez era la hija negra adoptada de los porteros del imponente edificio que albergaba la Escuela de Música de la ciudad. Allí solo estudiaban las niñas blancas de la alta sociedad, que llegaban al Palacio en coches conducidos por chóferes con guantes blancos. En aquel mundo, Teresita creció sabiendo que ella era distinta. Pero ella amaba la música, y a escondidas empezó a tocar pequeñas piezas al piano, que había aprendido de oído. Como en un cuento de hadas, la niña tocaba el piano a solas, por la noche y en secreto, hasta que una maestra la descubrió: “¡La negra está tocando el piano!”, exclamó al verla. Pronto esa misma maestra entendió que estaba ante una niña prodigio y se ofreció a darle clases de piano a escondidas. Poco después, Teresita obtuvo la oportunidad que merecía: estudiar piano con el resto de las niñas. Teresa Gómez ofreció su primer concierto como solista con tan solo 10 años. Así fue la infancia de la que hoy es una de las más grandes pianistas colombianas. Realizó estudios superiores de piano en la Universidad Nacional de Colombia y, posteriormente, se graduó como concertista y maestra de piano ‘Summa Cum Laude' en la Universidad de Antioquia. En los años 80, fue nombrada agregada cultural de la Embajada de Colombia en la antigua República Democrática Alemana, desde donde divulgó la vida y obra de los más destacados compositores colombianos por toda Europa. Con numerosos premios y reconocimientos, Teresa Gómez ha realizado cientos de giras y certámenes musicales por todo el mundo en representación de Colombia.

    The Jim Bakker Show
    America's Piano Showman - Dino & Cheryl Kartsonakis

    The Jim Bakker Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 58:30


    Join Pastor Jim and Lori as they welcome “America's Piano Showman,” Dino Kartsonakis, and his beautiful wife, Cheryl! Dino shares music from his upcoming Christmas concert as well as pieces from his 80th Birthday Concert, this past summer in Branson. So come sit around the piano with Pastor Jim, Lori, Maricela, and Mondo as we enjoy songs of the season and more!

    Nostalgie - Le Top 5
    La Playlist des tubes pour se la raconter au piano

    Nostalgie - Le Top 5

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 2:35


    Le piano est l'instrument le plus jouer en France, du coup on se fait la Playlist des tubes pour se la raconter au piano

    America the Bilingual
    56 - Season 5 - For a Star of Classical Piano, Languages Hold the Key

    America the Bilingual

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 24:52


    Concert pianist Andrew von Oeyen has been learning languages even longer than he's been performing with the world's top orchestras—and he made his professional debut at age 16. In Episode 56 of the America the Bilingual podcast, he explains how his fluency in three other languages infuses his work with greater meaning (and did a lot for his relationships as well).

    Ongoing History of New Music

    Rock'n'roll is built on the electric guitar...well, mostly...and not really in the beginning...in fact, the electric guitar as we know it, didn't have much to do with the birth of rock at all... The earliest rock evolved out of rhythm & blues combos...by the early 50s, many of them featured some kind of electric guitars...but the honk and rhythm came from saxophones and pianos which were slowly pounded into matchsticks... The piano contributed bits of jazz, boogie-woogie, barrelhouse, and juke-joint energy...and even through the 1950s, the construct known as the “guitar hero” was largely absent from the world of rock'n'roll—outside of chuck berry, of course...  Instead, the early pioneers were piano heroes...Little Richard...Jerry Lee Lewis...Fats Domino...Ray Charles...Huey “piano” Smith...  But when guitars got louder, started sounding dirtier, and began to wail more powerfully, the number of rock'n'roll piano heroes were outgunned and began to recede into the background...not entirely, though... Again, I'm talking just about pianos...none of this fancy synthesizer stuff... Elton John, Billy Joel, and Carole King have had massive careers based largely on piano songs...the Beatles—especially Paul McCartney—served the cause...Freddie Mercury of Queen wrote much of their greatest songs on piano... There are others...Leon Russell, Mike Garson (who played with Bowie for years), Chuck Liddell (a favourite of the Rolling Stones), Dr. John, Billy Preston, Stevie Wonder, Ray Manzarek of The Doors, Rick Wakeman of Yes, Keith Emerson of Emerson Lake and Palmer... But you notice what's missing from that list?...any piano heroes from the world of alt-rock...does even such a thing exist?...actually, yes...they're a bit hard to spot, but they're out there...here—let me show you... Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    ONE&ALL Daily Podcast
    4 Chords = #1 Hit | Matt Chavez

    ONE&ALL Daily Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 4:25


    Do you often feel like you can't keep going? That situations around you suffocate you from pursuing Gods will? Pastor Matt reminds that God gives us the strength to keep pushing forward by using what he has given us.

    Performance Today - Piano Puzzler
    Performance Today - Piano Puzzler 11/30/2022

    Performance Today - Piano Puzzler

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 10:46


    Contestant: Anne Nelson calling from Portland, ME

    Chicago's Afternoon News with Steve Bertrand
    Piano prodigy Brandon Goldberg on playing with the Chicago Jazz Orchestra

    Chicago's Afternoon News with Steve Bertrand

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022


    17-year-old pianist Brandon Goldberg joins Lisa Dent to talk about his early beginnings, his music career, and his upcoming performance with the Chicago Jazz Orchestra for a musical tribute to “A Charlie Brown Christmas” at the Studebaker Theater Sunday, Dec. 4. Follow The Lisa Dent Show on Twitter:Follow @LisaDentSpeaksFollow @SteveBertrand Follow @kpowell720 Follow @maryvandeveldeFollow @LaurenLapka

    The Piano Pod
    The Piano Pod Season 3 Episode 7: Liana Pailodze Harron & Thomas A. Giles -- Sensational Piano and Saxophone Duo!

    The Piano Pod

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 68:26


    Yukimi and Clara had a wonderful conversation with the sensational Piano/Saxophone duo, Liana Pailodze Harron and Thomas A. Giles, for this season's 7th episode.Clara met the duo in the fall of 2021, and she introduced Yukimi to the video clip of their performance (https://youtu.be/rbB_Qz4L0Cs)  -- we've been obsessed with Liana and Thomas! So, we felt so lucky to be able to invite them for an interview...and we had a blast!This Brooklynite piano/sax duo never came across one another though they have been residing only one subway station away for years till the fateful day of Sept 2021. Liana and Thomas finally met through their mutual friend. A year later, they produced an album, Mysteries of the Macabre, with music by prolific composers such as Gyögy Ligeti, Olivier Messiaen, and more!In this special episode, the duo will share: ✅ About their fun collaboration, Album "Mysteries of the Macabre"✅ Their solo careers✅ Impact of the pandemicand more![About Guests] Dr. Liana Pailodze Harron: https://www.lianapailodzeharron.com/Dr. Thomas A. Giles: https://www.thomasgilessax.com/[This episode is brought to you by Forte -- a free alternative to Zoom purpose-built for music teachers] Dear fellow music educators, join Forte's waitlist to connect with more potential music students!

    Two Moody Doctors
    Episode 31: Death or Fired? And...Tube Slides?

    Two Moody Doctors

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 12:17


    Which would come first:  death or being fired?  Let's discuss (no, retirement is set to the side for this discussion).  And what if the School of Music had tube slides...?Write to us!  We love hearing from you and love receiving questions and topics from you:-twomoodydoctors@gmail.com-https://kevinwoosley.com/two-moody-doctors...Roll tide...

    The Piano Pantry Podcast
    047 - Holiday Activities for Your December Group Classes

    The Piano Pantry Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 12:57


    Ten holiday-themed activities to use during your December group classes. ITEMS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE (1) Solo Performances (add instruments to make it an ensemble) (2) Jingle Bells arrangement with Rhythm Instruments from Susan Paradis (3) Piano Ensembles Christmas Piano Ensembles from Hal Leonard (equal-level parts) Christmas Piano Ensembles from Piano with Lauren (equal-level parts) Christmas Piano Ensembles from Dorla Aparicio (multi-level parts) (4) Harmonic Audiation Activities to Christmas Tunes Christmas By Ear Chord Charts and Leads Sheets from Amy Chaplin (5) Holiday Rhythm Cups from Wendy Stevens (6) The 12 Days of Christmas Video Project from Joy Morin (7) Hallelujah Chorus Listening Map from MakingMusicFun.net (8) Thank You Cards to Parents for the Gift of Music (9) Christmas Music Videos (10) Expressive Movement Activity for “Trepak” from the Nutcracker VIDEO EXAMPLES FROM AMY'S STUDIO Christmas Piano Ensemble from Hal Leonard's books 12 Days of Christmas video project 2021 Christmas rhythm cups RATE and REVIEW “I love Amy and The Piano Pantry Podcast!” ←- If that sounds like you, please consider rating and reviewing the show! Here's how: Click here to open the podcast page If it doesn't automatically open in iTunes, click on “Listen on Apple Podcasts” Click “Ratings and Reviews,” tap to rate with five stars, and select “Write a Review”. Be sure and let me know what you love most! SUBSCRIBE Click here to subscribe to Piano Pantry's GENERAL email list to keep up-to-date on all things new! CONNECT Facebook @PianoPantry Instagram @amychaplinpiano Website PianoPantry.com/podcast/ TRANSCRIPT: There is no transcript available for this episode. SEND ME A VOICEMAIL --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/piano-pantry-podcast/message

    JazzPianoSkills
    Special Guest, Liz Kinnon, Pt. 2

    JazzPianoSkills

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 47:51 Transcription Available


    Liz Kinnon (pianist/arranger/composer/educator/film coach), a native of Los Angeles, has performed all over the world with numerous artists, including Dizzy Gillespie, Andy Williams, Barbara Morrison, Sherwood Sledge, Kenia, Octavio Bailly, and Jackie Ryan.Ms. Kinnon's songwriting credits include Say Goodbye on Kenia's Love Lives On CD. Her arrangements have been featured on a variety of recordings and live performances, including The Duke Ellington Memorial Concert with legendary jazz greats Pepper Adams, Sonny Fortune, and full orchestra; strings for Sandy Graham's 2003 CD, By Request; tracks on jazz vocalist Jackie Ryan's last three CD releases and ongoing performances. In May 2007, Ms. Kinnon was commissioned to write and perform her own arrangement of Smile with Maiden Voyage (17-piece big band) at the Kennedy Center's “Tribute to Women In Jazz” and returned in 2010 for a concert to honor jazz icon Mary Lou Williams.During the 1990s, Ms. Kinnon worked as an orchestrator for Emmy award-winning composers Richard Stone, Steve Bernstein, and Tim Kelly on cartoons Animaniacs, Pinky and the Brain, and Histeria; also for composer Shirley Walker on the feature film Mystery Men. Liz went on to compose and record the scores for the documentaries The Life and Times of Jean DePaul (2005) and Nicole Wood: Cars & Beauty (2012) in Los Angeles, CA. She has worked in music preparation for hundreds of films, live performances, and television shows, including many years on the music team for the Academy Awards.As a young faculty member at the Dick Grove School of Music from 1984-1992, Ms. Kinnon taught classes in jazz theory, arranging, and piano. In 2009 she joined the faculty as Jazz Piano Instructor at the Colburn School of Performing Arts and in 2012 she helped to launch Colburn's Adult Studies program, where she is currently the Director of Adult Jazz Workshops and teaches other jazz-related classes.In 2015 Liz drew from her skills as a performer and educator to coach actor Ryan Gosling through preproduction and filming for his role as an accomplished jazz pianist in the film La La Land, for which he won the Golden Globe award for Best Actor. Since then, she has worked as a piano coach on other film projects including Lost Transmissions (Simon Pegg and Juno Temple), Covers (Dakota Johnson), Coda (Eugenio Derbez), Hollywood Stargirl (Uma Thurman and Elijah Richardson), Evolution of Nate Gibson (Hannah Riley), and Mothership.Ms. Kinnon graduated from the Composing and Arranging Program (CAP) at the Dick Grove School of Music in 1982. She returned to school in 2006 and received a Bachelor's Degree in Applied Studies with a minor in Communications from CSU Dominguez Hills in 2008. She was selected as one of five Los Angeles artists in 2010 for the prestigious Teaching Artist Training Program (TAAP) conducted by the Music Center Education Foundation.Ms. Behavin', Liz's first solo CD, was released in March 2007. Many top international artists are featured in this dynamic merging of Brazilian, Latin, and bebop jazz.Support the show

    DiWineTaste Podcast - English
    Best Wine of October 2022: Taurasi Riserva Piano di Montevergine 2015, Feudi di San Gregorio

    DiWineTaste Podcast - English

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 13:08


    Among the main wineries of Campania and Italy, Feudi di San Gregorio has always stood out for the quality and excellence of its wines, all expression of Irpinia - in the province of Avellino - and made from the typical grapes of this territory. Taurasi Riserva Piano di Montevergine 2015, is the confirmation of a great wine, conquers DiWineTaste five diamonds and the title of best wine for the month of October 2022.

    DiWineTaste Podcast - Italiano
    Il Migliore Vino di Ottobre 2022: Taurasi Riserva Piano di Montevergine 2015, Feudi di San Gregorio

    DiWineTaste Podcast - Italiano

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 13:30


    Fra le principali realtà vitivinicole della Campania e d'Italia, Feudi di San Gregorio si contraddistingue da sempre per la qualità e l'eccellenza dei suoi vini, tutti espressione dell'Irpinia - in provincia di Avellino - e dalle uve tipiche di questo territorio. Il Taurasi Riserva Piano di Montevergine 2015, ennesima conferma di un grandissimo vino, conquista i cinque diamanti DiWineTaste e il titolo di migliore vino per il mese di ottobre 2022.

    VSM: Mp3 audio files
    Turkey In The Straw from Fiddle Collection, Famous Fiddle Tunes for violin and piano - Mp3 audio file

    VSM: Mp3 audio files

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 0:51


    Psicologia con Luca Mazzucchelli
    Come cambiare modo di pensare per raggiungere i tuoi risultati- con Piano Finanziario

    Psicologia con Luca Mazzucchelli

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 3:04


    Con Piano Finanziario abbiamo parlato di come cambiare il proprio modo di pensare può essere la chiave per raggiungere i propri risultati. Il cambiamento "tutto e subito" è faticoso e rischia di portare solo fuochi di paglia. Abbracciare la mentalità del cambiamento a piccoli passi porta a risultati duraturi nel tempo.

    Simblified
    The transformative power of live music

    Simblified

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 45:28


    For a music fan, there's nothing quite like a live performance. Whether you're the sort that zones out at a classical music show, enjoys happy vibes on the lawns of a sunset music festival, bouncing to a DJ, or letting it all out in a heavy metal moshpit in a seedy club while getting your glasses broken (too specific?) - there is SOMETHING about watching musicians on stage, making music together. Chuck, Srikeit and Naren do a completely unscripted episode about the power of live music, what it means to them, while taking a few deviations that are now par for the course in one of these conversations.  We hope you enjoy it, and let us know what your favourite live music gig was!This episode is dedicated to the person who accosted us during Independence Rock '22 and said they were "a fan of Simblified, but more a fan of Naren"! Add one part news, one part bad jokes, one part Wikipedia research, one part cult references from spending too much time on the internet, one part Wodehouse quotes, and one part quality puns, and you get Simblified.A weekly podcast to help you appear smarter, to an audience that knows no less! Your four hosts - Chuck, Naren, Srikeit, and Tony attempt to deconstruct topics with humor (conditions apply). Fans of the show have described it as "fun conversations with relatable folks", "irreverent humor", "the funniest thing to come out of Malad West" and "if I give you a good review will you please let me go".Started in 2016 as a creative outlet, Simblified now has over 200 episodes, including some live ones, and some with guests who are much smarter than the hosts. Welcome to the world of Simblified!You can contact the hosts on:Chuck: twitter.com/chuck_gopal / instagram.com/chuckofalltradesNaren: twitter.com/shenoyn / instagram.com/shenoynvTony: twitter.com/notytony / instagram.com/notytonySrikeit: twitter.com/srikeitSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Les grands entretiens
    Archie Shepp, saxophoniste (1/5) : "Ma mère était coiffeuse et dans son salon, il y avait un piano"

    Les grands entretiens

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 25:11


    durée : 00:25:11 - Archie Shepp, saxophoniste (1/5) - par : Yvan Amar - Archie Shepp est "la mémoire babélienne du jazz", dit de lui un spécialiste. Le saxophoniste de légende nous a accueilli chez lui dans sa petite maison des environs de Paris. Au micro d'Yvan Amar, Il nous livre le condensé d'une carrière hors-norme. - réalisé par : Gilles Blanchard

    Be Calm on Ahway Island Bedtime Stories
    665. Pretty Piano: a children’s story and guided relaxation

    Be Calm on Ahway Island Bedtime Stories

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 21:36


    Ruby June takes a piano lesson with Miss Bonnie but learns she can't learn how to play perfectly in just one day.

    Beats by Shadowville Productions

    Piano mixed with choir over dirty drums.

    Teach Music Online
    E100: Embracing Tech to Become a Better Piano Teacher w/ Guest Leila Viss

    Teach Music Online

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 37:37


    If you've been in the music teaching game for a while, changing it up may be a hard choice. But in a world filled with so many online resources, now is the time to embrace it so you can become a step above other teachers!This week I got to have Leila Viss on to talk about how she has used technology to improve her business and change her piano lessons. Listen in to hear how you can use tech to set yourself apart!Leila's Course: The Full Scoop on Chords https://www.leilaviss.com/full-scoop-on-chords-sign-upLeila's Top App Suggestions: https://www.leilaviss.com/appsLeila's YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/clvissHave you left a review?Please take a moment to review this podcast on iTunes, your reviews mean so much to me! Your reviews also help other teachers find the podcast and know that it's one that can benefit their business as well. Click the link below to review the podcast:https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/teach-music-online/id1522634913Don't forget to watch my free masterclass!Learn how to DOUBLE your studio income without wasting a cent on ads! If you're looking for serious studio growth, help with social media, and studio branding then you need to watch my free class. It won't be available much longer! Click the link below to check it out.https://www.teachmusic.online/training

    The Log Cabin
    Welcoming The Christ Child

    The Log Cabin

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 11:04


    What is the season of advent? Let's look at meaning and significance of this sacred and unique time of the year. Old Testament: Psalm 25:1-10 New Testament: Matthew 3:1-3 Piano : 'In Highest Majesty' written by Lani SmithRev. Raymond G. CoffmanPodcast HostZachary SmithPianist Audio Engineer Clark CoffmanLog Cabin Community ChurchVinings Georgia

    Heart of the Piano Podcast
    E34: We discuss the 4 most important psychological skills you need to practise at the piano to be deeply musical

    Heart of the Piano Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 90:43


    My friend Cheryl is back to chat about and get a deeper understanding of the practical ways in which we can become truly great pianists by bringing the psychological skills I've demonstrated in recent episodes into our learning and practising Show Notes [3:15] A reminder of the 4 skills: Look for what there is to love in every moment Magic wand practice Cultivate the felt sense of always good enough Every few minutes, change the focus of your musical awareness [17:25] A deeper look at skill 1 with Cheryl Rather than just trying to love the bits you don't like so much, see this skill as like an infinite well to explore in every single moment [21:10] A deeper look at skill 2 with Cheryl Magic wand practice as a compass heading After recording this podcast, when I got home, I suddenly made massive improvements on my Rachmaninov Sonata by actually applying 'magic wand' practice, rather than just aim to make everything feel as easy as possible- it really does make a profound difference! Flow states need an optimum level of challenge for an activity to have that effortless flow experience Imagining effortless 'magical' playing is literally the absolute opposite of the psychological state of 'choking' under pressure [30:05] A deeper look at skill 3 with Cheryl Important to realise felt sense of good enough in the body- possible to catch it there before it moves to the mind! Very obvious that we play worse when we don't feel good enough State of feeling not good enough= narrow focus, neck forwards, shoulders up & forwards, tension, etc Conversely, state of feeling good enough= more awareness of music & phrasing etc, relaxation Important to practise 'good enough' from very first moment of learning new piece- rather than feeling of not good enough until we can play it note perfect up to speed. It's too late by then!! [43:35] A deeper look at skill 4 with Cheryl Left brain hemisphere: binary, black & white, glued to individual unrelated details, either notes are correct or not correct. Attention sucked in a compulsive way into details Right brain hemisphere: organic flow of narrative where everything flows into everything else. Responsible for choosing what we pay attention to This skill is basically meditation/ mindfulness- challenging at first, a lifetime of improving! Every time we realise out awareness is not where we'd like it and direct it to where we want it- this is the magic moment when the brain 'learns' and rewires itself [49:45] Getting past the challenges Can be challenging & threatening to the ego at first if felt as something we're not good at Motivating ourselves to practice these things similar to motivating ourselves to meditate- very similar states, undeniable benefits, but often tricky to turn away from dopamine goal-oriented striving & effort which is addictive- instead be wholesome! Getting past society's expectations Self Determination Theory & intrinsic/ extrinsic motivation Balancing extrinsic motivation away from the instrument with letting go of the ego/ striving while practising The science of receiving advice, and the particular danger of getting stuck in 'I suck' when having lessons! Notes: Many thanks to Forsyth's Music Shop in Manchester for letting me use one of their teaching/practice rooms to record this podcast episode: https://www.forsyths.co.uk I thoroughly recommend them for all your sheet music/ piano/ digital piano/ loads of other instruments(!) needs Links for the podcast episodes for the individual 4 skills: E26: The #1 psychological skill you need to practise at the piano to be deeply musical E29: The #2 psychological skill you need to practise at the piano to be deeply musical E31: The #3 psychological skill you need to practise at the piano to be deeply musical E32: The #4 psychological skill you need to practise at the piano to ...

    The Arts Section
    The Arts Section 11/27/22: Piano Prodigy, Holiday Theatre Preview + Roger Bennett Interview

    The Arts Section

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022


    On this edition of The Arts Section, host Gary Zidek catches up with a young pianist who is taking the jazz world by storm. Brandon Goldberg will be in Chicago to perform with Chicago Jazz Orchestra. The Dueling Critics, Kerry Reid and Jonathan Abarbanel, stop by for our annual holiday theater preview. Later in the show, with the World Cup upon us, I'll revisit an interview I did with the host of one of the world's most popular soccer podcasts. I spoke with Roger Bennett last year days before his memoir came out. And I'll talk to travel writer Patricia Schultz about encouraging people to take more trips.

    Lorena Today
    Giancarlo Guerrero dirige ‘Gershwin & The Planets' con la Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra

    Lorena Today

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 13:30


    El viernes 2 y sábado 3 de diciembre del 2022, la Orquesta Sinfónica de Cincinnati presentará Gershwin & The Planets con la pianista Michelle Cann (ex CSO MAC Music Innovator) y las voces agudas del Coro del MAY Festival, todos dirigidos por el director invitado Giancarlo Guerrero. -- GEORGE GERSHWIN: Rhapsody No. 2 parar Piano and Orchestra y GUSTAV HOLST: The Planets El programa contará con The Observatory de Caroline Shaw, Rhapsody No. 2 para piano y orquesta de George Gershwin con Michelle Cann al piano y The Planets de Gustav Holst, posiblemente su obra más famosa; Hay innumerables usos de la música de Holst en la cultura popular. Giancarlo Guerrero, director, Michelle Cann, piano y las Voces de Sol del Coro de las Fiestas de Mayo, Robert Porco, director Giancarlo Guerrero es un director seis veces ganador del premio GRAMMY® y director musical de la Sinfónica de Nashville y la Filarmónica de Wrocław de la NFM. Guerrero ha sido elogiado por su “dirección carismática y atención al detalle” (Seattle Times) en “actuaciones visceralmente poderosas” (Boston Globe) que son “a la vez vigorosas, apasionadas y matizadas” (BachTrack). Nacido en Nicaragua, Guerrero emigró durante su niñez a Costa Rica, donde se unió a la sinfónica juvenil local. Estudió percusión y dirección en la Universidad de Baylor en Texas y obtuvo su maestría en dirección en Northwestern. Dados sus inicios en orquestas juveniles cívicas, Guerrero está particularmente comprometido con la dirección de orquestas de formación y ha trabajado con la Escuela de Música Curtis, la Escuela Colburn de Los Ángeles, la Orquesta Nacional Juvenil (NYO2) y la Filarmónica de Yale, así como con Accelerando de la Sinfónica de Nashville. programa, que brinda una educación musical intensiva a jóvenes estudiantes prometedores de diversos orígenes étnicos. Giancarlo Guerrero es un director seis veces ganador del premio GRAMMY® y director musical de la Sinfónica de Nashville y la Filarmónica de Wrocław de la NFM. Guerrero ha sido elogiado por su “dirección carismática y atención al detalle” (Seattle Times) en “actuaciones visceralmente poderosas” (Boston Globe) que son “a la vez vigorosas, apasionadas y matizadas” (BachTrack). - Fuente: GiarcarloGuerrero.com.

    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


    Two Moody Doctors
    Episode 30: Music Department Horoscopes

    Two Moody Doctors

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 9:41


    The topic?  Horoscopes for those in the music department.  The challenge?  We only get three words.Come listen to what happened.  You might be surprised.  Or inspired.  Or bothered.  Or filled with an idea to leave mayonnaise outside our door (please don't).What three-word horoscope would you leave for us?  Let us know!-twomoodydoctors@gmail.com-https://kevinwoosley.com/two-moody-doctors(remember, you can submit topics, questions, and ideas, too--even anonymously if you wish!)

    Music Secrets Exposed Podcast
    MSE Special: Inspiring and Uplifting Compositions with Margaret Brandman

    Music Secrets Exposed Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 43:36


    In the third of a short series of episodes, meet Margaret Brandman from Australia. Margaret is an Award Winning composer, performer and Music Educator. To learn more about Margaret go to: https://www.margaretbrandmanmusic.com https://www.margaretbrandman.com https://www.australianmusiccentre.com.au/artist/brandman-margaret https://www.priceattractions.com/margaret-brandman-composer https://www.navonarecords.com/artists/margaret-brandman/ Find Margaret on Social Media here: https://www.twitter.com/margbrandmusic5 https://www.facebook.com/margaretbrandmanmusic https://www.facebook.com/holisticmusicteaching https://www.instagram.com/margaretbrandmanmusic https://www.linkedin.com/in/margaretbrandmanmusic/ https://www.youtube.com/c/MargaretBrandmanMusic Apple Music https://music.apple.com/au/artist/margaret-brandman/591542706 Spotify Spotify 1. Margaret Brandman https://open.spotify.com/artist/0ElGty4RXTVd76jkSsrftS Spotify 2. Margaret Brandman and Desiree Regina "Songs of Love and Desire" https://open.spotify.com/artist/3Ov9oUfV6aBTp4LZ9c1gkQ * * * Prefer to watch the accompanying podcast on YouTube? go to: https://youtu.be/EZNivhdCj30 * * * Intro Music in this episode was kindly provided by Paul Lloyd Warner & is Copyright (C) CDBaby, on behalf of Paul Lloyd Warner. You can find the related Album here: https://paullloydwarner.com/an-american-symphony/ * * * Visit https://musicsecretsexposedpodcast.com for Episode Directories. To find out more about Music Secrets Exposed and opt-in for the #MSE Newsletter go to https://musicsecretsexposed.com Sign up to be part of the #MSE Mastermind, go to https://musicsecretsexposedmastermind.com * * * Sylvia would love a cup of coffee to keep her going, and as it has been said 'every little helps!' ;) : https://ko-fi.com/sylviamoran * * * Join the journey on your favourite social media here: Facebook #Music Secrets Exposed Discussion Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/233281881815328 Like our Facebook page here https://www.facebook.com/MSE2021 Twitter https://twitter.com/musicsecrecy Linked-in https://www.linkedin.com/company/76940168 * * * 1-1 Piano classes: https://www.theworldofpiano.com Opt in for Graded Music Theory News: https://www.gradedmusictheory.com * * * Tested and Tried Health Hack: https://faig.pruvitnow.com/ * * * Getting Into Tune With Music Theory - buy the E-Book here https://www.amazon.co.uk/Getting-Into-Tune-Music-Theory-ebook/dp/B096KZMLK7/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=getting+into+tune+with+music+theory&qid=1624975862&sr=8-1 Want the Audio Book instead? Buy at your favorite retailer below: Audible, Amazon https://www.kobo.com/us/en/audiobook/getting-into-tune-with-music-theory --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/musicsecretsexposed/message

    HALF HOUR with Jeff & Richie
    August Wilson's The Piano Lesson (Broadway Episode)

    HALF HOUR with Jeff & Richie

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 29:26


    In this week's episode, Jeff & Richie discuss the 2022 Broadway revival of August Wilson's "The Piano Lesson." Samuel L. Jackson, Danielle Brooks, and John David Washington lead this haunting family drama at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre. Join us in this episode as we discuss plot points, character/actor performances, and how August Wilson's plays are timeless works in American theatre. If you liked this episode, don't forget to subscribe to this podcast and leave us a review. Share your thoughts with us on this episode below:On Instagram: @halfhourpodcastOn TikTok: @halfhourpodcastOn our website: www.twoworldsentertainmentllc.com

    The Intentional Encourager Podcast
    Episode 272 Part 2 with the Co-Host of the Creatively Christian Podcast and Songwriter/Singer Andrea Sandefu

    The Intentional Encourager Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 39:16


    Part 2 of our 2-Part conversation with the Co-Host of the Creatively Christian Podcast and Songwriter/Singer Andrea Sandefur. In this episode, Brian talks with Andrea about:  * Her Grandfather-in-Law trusting her to put one of his poems to music.  * The lesson she learned from her Piano teacher.  * Being publicly rejected for a staff position in a church and its impact on her.  * Losing a dear friend suddenly, its impact on her and her public struggles.  * Wrestling with God on several issues. * The biggest gift of life.  Connect with Andrea at www.andreasandefurmusic.com or on Facebook and Instagram @andreasandefurmusic. Find the Creatively Christian Podcast at www.theophanymedia.com/podcast Watch this episode on The Intentional Encourager Podcast YouTube Channel and don't forget to subscribe: https://youtu.be/ZMlYgrwYZ0M

    2 de uno
    Vince Guaraldi Trio - A Charlie Brown Christmas Super Deluxe Edition

    2 de uno

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 14:06


    La temporada navideña en 2 de uno comienza la semana de Thanksgiving: Vince Guaraldi Trio y A Charlie Brown Christmas en su edición de super lujo con la remasterización de los originales y los grabados en las 5 sesiones que dieron lugar al álbum, un producción de Craft Recordings en este 2022.

    Performance Today - Piano Puzzler
    Performance Today - Piano Puzzler 11/23/2022

    Performance Today - Piano Puzzler

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 11:14


    Contestant: Kristen Zoetewey calling from Grand Rapids, MI

    Thomas Paine Podcast
    Part 6 -- Paine Tunes Up CBS News Like a Piano for Cover Up of Biden Corruption; Key Intel on Your Utility Bills; VAX Passport Should Equal YOU Opting Out of Paying for this Circus

    Thomas Paine Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 40:31


    Part 6 -- Paine Tunes Up CBS News Like a Piano for Cover Up of Biden Corruption; Key Intel on Your Utility Bills; VAX Passport Should Equal YOU Opting Out of Paying for this CircusSIMPLY PUT -- We Cannot Say Much of the 'Really Good Stuff' on HereThat's Why We Created Paine.tvYOU CAN CONTRIBUTE TO THE SHOW BY CLICKING THIS LINK -- *** DONATE HERE ***GET the Intel that's Too Hot For Anywhere Else atPAINE.TVCONTRIBUTE TO THE SHOW BY CLICKING THIS LINK -- *** DONATE HERE ***...See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

    Thomas Paine Podcast
    Part 5 -- Paine Tunes Up CBS News Like a Piano for Cover Up of Biden Corruption; Key Intel on Your Utility Bills; VAX Passport Should Equal YOU Opting Out of Paying for this Circus

    Thomas Paine Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 33:09


    Part 5 -- Paine Tunes Up CBS News Like a Piano for Cover Up of Biden Corruption; Key Intel on Your Utility Bills; VAX Passport Should Equal YOU Opting Out of Paying for this CircusSIMPLY PUT -- We Cannot Say Much of the 'Really Good Stuff' on HereThat's Why We Created Paine.tvYOU CAN CONTRIBUTE TO THE SHOW BY CLICKING THIS LINK -- *** DONATE HERE ***GET the Intel that's Too Hot For Anywhere Else atPAINE.TVCONTRIBUTE TO THE SHOW BY CLICKING THIS LINK -- *** DONATE HERE ***...See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

    Thomas Paine Podcast
    Part 4 -- Paine Tunes Up CBS News Like a Piano for Cover Up of Biden Corruption; Key Intel on Your Utility Bills; VAX Passport Should Equal YOU Opting Out of Paying for this Circus

    Thomas Paine Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 33:01


    Part 4 -- Paine Tunes Up CBS News Like a Piano for Cover Up of Biden Corruption; Key Intel on Your Utility Bills; VAX Passport Should Equal YOU Opting Out of Paying for this CircusSIMPLY PUT -- We Cannot Say Much of the 'Really Good Stuff' on HereThat's Why We Created Paine.tvYOU CAN CONTRIBUTE TO THE SHOW BY CLICKING THIS LINK -- *** DONATE HERE ***GET the Intel that's Too Hot For Anywhere Else atPAINE.TVCONTRIBUTE TO THE SHOW BY CLICKING THIS LINK -- *** DONATE HERE ***...See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.