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Sticky Notes is a classical music podcast for everyone, whether you are just getting interested in classical music for the first time, or if you've been listening to it and loving it all your life. Interviews with great artists, in depth looks at pieces in the repertoire, and both basic and deep dives into every era of music. Classical music is absolutely for everyone, so let's start listening! Note - Seasons 1-5 will be returning over the next year. They have been taken down in order to be ...
 
What's good, Internet? Join Waypoint's Austin Walker, Rob Zacny, Patrick Klepek, Gita Jackson, and Ricardo Contreras two times a week, as they break down the biggest stories in video games, talk about their favorite media, and unfairly compare everything to Dark Souls.
 
Pathways is dedicated to telling the stories of some of our heroes for the french horn. From starting on the instrument, all the way up to the highest levels of our field, we all have one very important thing in common, and that's we all play the horn. What else do we have in common? Listen to find out!
 
A monthly podcast focussing on the lore of the sprawling Warhammer Fantasy universe. With tongues firmly in cheeks we will help you to separate ghouls from goblins, snotlings from skaven stormfiends, and bonesplitters from beastclaw raiders ... this last pair was a test, they’re from Age of Sigmar and not Warhammer. See? Laying Down The Lore is the podcast you didn’t even know you needed! Join Ben and Cral, a couple of self-confessed Warhammer noobs, as they journey into a fantasy institutio ...
 
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What is gamified music improvisation? Join Benedict and Andy on an auditory expedition without maps or safety nets; using violins, laptops, synthesizers and saxophones - they play, explore and right-click their way through sonic territory to the extreme frontiers of making music up as you go along. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
 
In this podcast series we go inside the orchestra comparing how New York Philharmonic musicians over time played certain licks or passages in a variety of works. Are they the same or different and why? Our guides in this journey are the Philharmonic players themselves in conversation with the Orchestra’s Archivist and Historian Emerita Barbara Haws.
 
The stage is dark, but the conversation is just beginning. Welcome to Utah Symphony | Utah Opera's Ghost Light podcast, a behind the curtain look into the world of classical music and opera and the artists who make it. Hosted by Jeff Counts and Carol Anderson. Produced and edited by Robert Bedont.
 
CiTR is proud to present one of the best jazz shows in Vancouver. It has been hosted by notable jazz musician Gavin Walker since 1984. He features Jazz music that is respectful of its tradition and influential to the future. Every 11 o clock an album or an artist is featured and explored in depth. Walker's extensive knowledge and hands-on experience as a jazz player has made this show one of the most listened to in its genre.
 
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Return to Cripple Peak! Our second episode delves into the most and yet least bloody tunnel fighting war of the Old World. The largest deposit of warpstone ever found is on the line and the Skaven hordes vie for control of it with the undead hordes legions of Nagash. We explore the sad life and undignified death of Alcadizzar and the terrifying Fel…
 
There’s some big news in this pod! We kick things off with two special announcements, then dive right into the game's we've been playing. Austin’s started the next Waypoint 101 game Super Metroid, Patrick and Cado joined him on stream so they discuss the early hours of the game. Then, Rob and Patrick discuss some of the less convincing moments in T…
 
Rob Roy was playing trumpet with the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra when he founded Balquhidder Music, a music publishing firm that has brought out a number of very popular pieces and studies in the brass music genre. In Part 1 of our conversation, Rob Roy talks about how and why he started Balquhidder Music and, since he wasn’t an entrepreneur…
 
We’re all caught in it so we might as well talk about it! Deathloop has it’s hooks in the entire Waypoint Radio crew to the point that we invited on a special guest just so we could talk about it more. Moises Taveras joins Rob, Patrick, and Cado to talk about the game’s stellar mix of roguelike and immersive sim systems. After the break, Patrick sh…
 
Mozart’s Jupiter Symphony is a piece that can practically define the classical era symphony. Mozart pulls out every trick in the compositional book and practically sums up everything written before him. It is a symphony full of musical cliches, self-references, and in some cases, flat out thefts from other composers. But as always with Mozart, the …
 
A gift to CMD by the Rubenstein family. Performed by Artur Rubinstein Conducted by Carlo Maria Giulini Chicago Symphony Recorded in 1968 RCA Red Seal Purchase the music (without talk) at: http://www.classicalsavings.com/store/p1393/Schumann%3A_Piano_Concerto_in_A_minor%2C_Op._54_and_Novelettes%2C_Op._21%2C_Nos%2C_1_and_2.html Your purchase helps to…
 
Fredrik deBoer - The Cult of Smart - Fredrik deBoer has contributed to the The Guardian, The Washington Post, LA Times, Foreign Policy, Current Affairs, Politico, The New York Times, The Huffington Post, Vox, Salon, among other publications. His first book, The Cult of Smart, was published in 2020 by All Points Books and was named one of New York m…
 
And then there were three! Rob, Patrick, and Cado reconvene for a new sort of waypoint podcast, part games, part pop culture. With only three people left as full time staff we’re going to start splitting up game talk and putting in more discussions of the film/tv/whatever that’s been inspiring us lately, this week: Patrick and Rob give their early …
 
Bert Sarkkinen - The Art of Hybrid Timber Framing - Bert Sarkkinen, known for his knowledgeable advice and “Bert-isms”, weaves his knowledge of human nature into everything he does. To help people uncover their true timber framing style, he developed a personality quiz for potential clients. Ultimately, when their wants and needs are properly analy…
 
Rossini composed La Cenerentola when he was 25 years old, following the success of The Barber of Seville the year before. La Cenerentola, which he completed in a period of three weeks, is considered to have some of his finest writing for solo voice and ensembles. Rossini saved some time by reusing an overture from La gazzetta and part of an aria fr…
 
I may have rewritten this description four times at this point, because it's hard to sum up my feelings today. This is Austin’s last podcast as host of Waypoint Radio. We're all going to miss him on these podcasts, from his incisive analysis to jovial enthusiasm, he put so much of himself into Waypoint and Waypoint Radio over the last five years. A…
 
This is an improvised, random mini-episode with David Lane giving some thoughts on the 20th anniversary 9/11 and some personal thoughts based on recent experiences with COVID. If you're only here for the music talk, skip to 12:25 to hear David talk about practice preparation specifics for an upcoming show. Follow the podcast on Instagram, Facebook,…
 
For the first time in history, 12 of the most wonderful violins ever made by the finest violin maker of all time, Antonio Stradivari (1644-1737), have traveled across the world for a ground-breaking new project with violin superstar Janine Jansen. The resulting album, 12 Stradivari, captures the individual characters of each instrument in specially…
 
Martha Bolton - Dear Bob... - Martha Bolton was the first woman staff writer for Bob Hope, helping to write his television specials, personal appearances, and military shows for approximately fifteen years. She is an Emmy-nominated writer and author of eighty-eight books of humor and inspiration. She has received nominations for a Dove Award, WGA A…
 
Schumann’s life was marked with severe mental health issues. In 1844, Schumann suffered one of his worst breakdowns yet. He was dizzy, weak, had vision problems, couldn’t sleep, and couldn't listen to music. By 1845 Schumann slowly began to recover and the first wholly new work he produced was a symphony in C Major. As Schumann said, “I began to fe…
 
Varèse's music emphasizes timbre and rhythm. He coined the term "organized sound" in reference to his own musical aesthetic. Varèse's conception of music reflected his vision of "sound as living matter" and of "musical space as open rather than bounded". He conceived the elements of his music in terms of "sound-masses", likening their organization …
 
John Mosley - Last Chance U, Basketball - Head Coach John Mosley is featured on Season 1 of NetFlix Last Chance U. John's basketball program at East LA College focuses on highly talented but challenged basketball players. Often, these players have already lost chance at a Div I program with a full scholarship. Through love, faith and family, Coach …
 
Track available on Amazon at https://www.amazon.com/Father-Worship-feat-Hope-Glory/dp/B09CZ5JGYR/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=father+we+worship+you+ace+patterson&qid=1630805705&s=dmusic&sr=1-1 stream on spotify https://open.spotify.com/search/ace%20patterson%20father%20we%20worship%20you music video on youtube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YKp…
 
Jack Devine - SPYMASTER'S PRISM - Spy vs Spy - Jack Devine is the president of the Arkin Group, an international risk consulting and intelligence firm. He formerly served as acting director and associate director of operation at the CIA and was in charge of the CIA’s largest and most successful covert action operation which drove the Russians out o…
 
Rusalka, Op. 114, is an opera by Antonín Dvořák. The Czech libretto was written by the poet Jaroslav Kvapil based on the fairy tales of Karel Jaromír Erben and Božena Němcová. A rusalka is a water sprite from Slavic mythology, usually inhabiting a lake or river. Rusalka was the ninth opera Dvořák composed. Kathryn Cavanaugh, conductor CMD Grand Ope…
 
Patrick lost his keys. There’s apparently some bears paraphernalia and a beer opener on the ring. Please email gaming@vice.com if you have found some keys matching this description. Thank You. Discussed: Pokemon Unite 11:41, Psychonauts 2 26:07, Genshin Impact 34:48, Cursed to Golf 54:28, Golf Club Wasteland 1:06:51, Question Bucket 1:21:20, Midnig…
 
Brahms spent much of his life battling with his ambition to write great symphonies and his terror at the spectre of Beethoven looming over him. His first symphony was a success, and with immense relief, Brahms quickly turned out a second symphony in just 4 months, a bit less than the 14 tortured years it took him to craft the first. At first glance…
 
John McKay - How Do We Get Better at This - John McKay, a retired USMC COL and master of international relations comes back to discuss with Pete our international entanglements. He has been on the Break It Down Show multiple times. Pete's question, hard to ask and germane is simple. "How do we get better at this?" This answer, while complex, also r…
 
You asked us questions, so Adam, Kathleen, and Ian sat down to answer them. Support LRR: http://Patreon.com/loadingreadyrun Questions are gathered from fans who are Youtube Members on youtube.com/loadingreadyrun Posts asking for these questions are made on the Community page: https://www.youtube.com/user/loadingreadyrun/community…
 
Simply put, Kim Carballo is a musician who uses her art to do good in the world, as an entrepreneur, performer, and teacher. She is the founder of Reimagining Opera for Kids (or ROK), a member of the Amity Trio, a teacher at the Jacobs School of Music at Indiana University, and is also involved in an exchange program in Kenya and the Dominican Repu…
 
Xander Bullock – The War Booty of the Taliban - COL Xander Bullock is a US Army officer who has served with the 101st Airborne Division, the 1st Infantry Division, I Corps HQ plans, MNC-I Plans and CFC-A Plans. COL Xander Bullock is a veteran of Bosnia/Kosovo, Iraq, and Afghanistan and has been in service since 93. He is an active duty Colonel serv…
 
Festival Music for Vienna Parade March for the First Regiment of the Royal Mounted Hunters Cavalry Parade March No. 2 Vienna Philharmonic Fanfare Fanfare for the Opening of the Music Week in Vienna Solemn Processional of the Knights of the Order of St. John Olympic Hymn The Locke Brass Consort Musical Heritage Society Purchase the music (without ta…
 
It’s been a slow week for new releases, but there’s plenty of new Elden Ring news to talk about! First, Cado walks Austin and Patrick through the new Destiny 2 announcements, and how the new structure of Destiny is shaping up after a year of continuous narrative. Austin and Patrick are excited by the implications of new Elden Ring previews, what th…
 
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