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Comedian Chase Bernstein delves into daring and unprecedented topics such as: People Who Stay Until the End Of The Credits in a Movie, and People Who Love Tea. The episodes may take some wild turns, but no matter how crazy things get, Chase is at the wheel, and she's always... composed.
 
This show is for the Trailer Music Composer both amateur and professional. I cover a range of topics from mindset to productivity, to creativity and production.From time to time there will be special guests giving their experience of working in the Trailer Music industry and even some aspiring composers sharing their stories from The Trailer Music School.
 
Composers Datebook™ is a daily two-minute program designed to inform, engage, and entertain listeners with timely information about composers of the past and present. Each program notes significant or intriguing musical events involving composers of the past and present, with appropriate and accessible music related to each.
 
Walt Disney was no musician, yet Disney music has become the soundtrack of our lives. In D-Composed, Isaiah Campbell, author and Disney enthusiast, rolls up his sleeves and digs deep into the history of Disney music and its impact on culture, leaving no stone unturned and no topic unaddressed. Whether you love history, music, or Disney, you are sure to learn something new and finally know why you whistle while you work.
 
The podcast where MUSIC INSPIRES! 9XM brings you a podcast with amazing in-depth conversations with the most creative minds in the music industry. Every week, you get a glimpse into a musician’s discipline and creative process as host Eva Bhatt talks to them while exploring into their personas, bringing forth unique life experiences that are sure to inspire. We start this journey off with some of the biggest names in the Bollywood music industry. Guest Include- Armaan & Amaal Malik, Tanishk ...
 
Building a career in the music business is hard. When Life Hands You Lennons spotlights talent in the music business so they can share their expertise with you. Thus far into my career I’ve been able to build a strong network of connections and knowledge within the music business, including musicians, songwriters, publicists, label owners, business owners, distributors/aggregators, managers, and more.
 
Music and religion have been intertwined for as long as humanity has been singing. Music is often a vehicle for our religious experiences, to be performed both in secular and sacred environments. "The Composer as Contemplative" Podcast exists at this point of intersection, meditating both on the role of music in the spiritual and liturgical life, and about the role of faith in the musical life. From discussions of contemporary music to musings on the interior life, and everything in between, ...
 
Keith Mills, founder of the Finish More Music system reveals the creative strategies and mindsets he teaches thousands of music producers so you can write more and better music ready to release and share with the world. Discover workflow hacks to speed up your writing process, mindset approaches to overcome avoidance, procrastination and perfectionism, and compositional techniques to help you take your underground dance music productions to the next level.
 
This fast-paced podcast is a limited-series exploring the ‘other questions’ musicians don’t get asked. Join your somewhat irreverent host composer/percussionist Jamie Wind Whitmarsh as he connects with professional musicians and asks questions that are sometimes poignant, sometimes strange, but always interesting.
 
Greetings my friend. My name is John W. Bailey Jr. aka SuperMayne Productions, a life long member at Podomatic. I compose and produce my own style of music. Music is the heartbeat of life, and the universal language. May you assist me in supporting my music. Have a listen, you might like what you hear. My music may be heard on many media venues - https://httpsupermayneproductions.com/supermayne-productions-introduction - My website, https://www.reverbnation.com/johnbaileysupermayneproduction ...
 
There is more to writing than just writing. Good writing involves seduction, persuasion, logic, charm, wisdom, wit, humor, and so much more. It involves abstract (yet fundamental) things that are rarely discussed in writing books. This podcast will look at the interplay between writing and psychology, philosophy, and even spirituality.
 
Center Stage with Mark Gordon is a talk show that looks at independent film and the people who make it happen in front of the camera, as well as, behind the scenes. Each week, the program features some of the most inovative and creative people woking in film today. From award-winning actors like Ben Kingsley (SCHINDLER'S LIST) and Adrian Brody (THE PIANIST) to cutting edge directors like Paul Greengrass (UNITED 93) and Darren Aronofsky (THE FOUNTAIN), Center Stage with Mark Gordon gives an a ...
 
In a unique weekly podcast, Edith Bowman sits down with a variety of film directors, actors, producers and composers to talk about the music that inspired them and how they use music in their films, from their current release to key moments in their career. The music chosen by our guests is woven into the interview and used alongside clips from their films. https://twitter.com/soundtrackinguk https://www.facebook.com/Soundtrackingwithedithbowman/ https://play.spotify.com/user/soundtrackingwi ...
 
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!
 
Join the quest! Learn how composers and songwriters create music in this podcast hosted by Minneapolis composer Charlie McCarron. Whether you’re a music composition grad or simply an occasional noodler on a guitar, each guest has a new perspective for you on the creative process of composing and songwriting, along with some concrete ideas to apply to your own music.
 
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On today’s date in 1994, Dennis Russell Davies conducted the Chicago Symphony in the premiere performance of a 23-minute orchestral work by the American composer Steven Mackey. The new piece was titled “Eating Greens,” after a painting of the same name that the composer purchased at an African art store in the French Quarter of New Orleans. Mackey’…
 
Christopher Tin is a two-time Grammy-winning concert, film, and video game composer. His works have been performed at Carnegie Hall, the Lincoln Center, Kennedy Center, Disney Concert Hall, and many other venues. His recent Kickstarter campaign became the highest grossing Classical Music campaign of Kickstarter history. His albums have peaked at #1…
 
This week, the world-renowned pianist Angela Hewitt chooses five contrasting aspects of the piano sonatas to discuss with Donald Macleod. In 2020, Hewitt reaches the end of her survey of Beethoven’s piano works with the last recording in her acclaimed series of his 32 piano sonatas. Begun in 2005, her Beethoven odyssey has been taken at a deliberat…
 
"And suddenly there was with the angel a multitude of the heavenly host praising God, and saying, 'Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace, good will toward men'" (Luke 2:13-14). Those words are transposed into the mouth of the people in the Mass, a jubilant reminder of the wonder of the Incarnation and the beauty of the Trinity. Part 2 of …
 
In this episode I have a wonderful chat with sound design wizard and composer Si Begg. Si is an absolute legend, with placements like Jason Bourne, A Quiet Place 2, Blade Runner 2049 and many more. As well as trailer music Si has scored several feature films, series, and advertisements. Join us and hear about his process when writing for trailers, …
 
It feels like a lifetime since the coronavirus pandemic transformed Americans’ daily lives, seven months ago, and fatigue is setting in even as the disease ravages new regions. The staff writer Jennifer Gonnerman talked with one of the people who has a unique perspective on those terrifying first weeks when the world seemed to be ending. Terence La…
 
How did Hanoi Jane become Exercise Jane? This is the second part of our two-parter on Jane Fonda's Workout. If you haven't yet, listen to the previous episode "Jane and Leni" first, it will give you the full context for this episode. This time around we explore how an academy award winning actor and controversial political activist managed to trans…
 
For composers of new operas, all too often, after the heady champagne of opening night comes the strong black coffee of “the morning after”—sipped anxiously while reading the first reviews. Imagine yourself the American composer Robert Ward, whose opera “The Crucible” was premiered by the New York City Opera on today’s date in 1961. Here’s what he …
 
This week, Isaac Butler talks with journalist and cartoonist Joe Sacco. Sacco is a Maltese-American cartoonist and journalist best known for his comics journalism. His books Palestine and Footnotes in Gaza have been critically praised and have won him several awards, including the American Book Award. His most recent book is Paying the Land. They t…
 
This week, Isaac Butler talks with journalist and cartoonist Joe Sacco. Sacco is a Maltese-American cartoonist and journalist best known for his comics journalism. His books Palestine and Footnotes in Gaza have been critically praised and have won him several awards, including the American Book Award. His most recent book is Paying the Land. They t…
 
On today’s date in 1970, a new chamber work by the American composer John Corigliano received its premiere performance at a concert given by the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, the group that had commissioned it.The new piece, titled “Poem in October,” was scored for tenor voice and eight instruments and was a setting of poetry by Dylan Th…
 
On today’s date in 2002, at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., Leonard Slatkin conducted the National Symphony in the premiere of a new symphony by the American composer Cindy McTee. McTee subtitled her Symphony No. 1 “Ballet for Orchestra,” commenting: “Music is said to have come from dance— [And] the impulse to compose often begins as a rhyt…
 
Nicholas Lemann’s “The Republican Identity Crisis After Trump” explores what will happen to the movement Donald Trump created among Republicans. In his 2016 campaign, he ran as a populist insurgent against Wall Street, “élites,” and the Republican Party itself—mobilizing voters against their traditional leadership. But, in office, he has governed l…
 
We've got a proper friend of the show on this latest episode of Soundtracking, as Ben Wheatley returns for his fourth - yes, fourth - sitting. Our first ever guest, he previously joined us to discuss High Rise, Free Fire and Happy New Year, Colin Burstead. This time round he's here to talk about his take on Daphne Du Maurier's Rebecca, from a scree…
 
In this podcast: 1. SCD, 2. Alison Crum and Roy Marks, 3. Dufay Collective, 4. Poeticall Musicke, 5. New York Consort of Viols, 6. Trio Dafne, 7. Alison Crum and Roy Marks, 8. Ernst Stolz, 9. Trio Dafne, 10. Les Filles de Sainte Colombe, 11. Alison Crum and Roy Marks, 12. Dufay Collective, 13. SCD, 14. Poeticall Musicke, 15. Timothy Vajda…
 
Get a free MP3 of Ludwig van Beethoven - Piano Sonata No. 12: III. Marcia funebre sulla morte d'un eroe. Can you guess this week's theme? Let us know for a chance to win more free music. And don't forget to sign up for the Daily Download newsletter so you never miss a free classical track!By American Public Media
 
On today’s date in 2008 at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis soprano Dawn Upshaw and the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra gave the first performance of a new song-cycle titled “Carlos Drummond de Andrade Stories.” Its composer, Maria Schneider, conducted the premiere.Drummond was one of Brazil’s greatest poets, and Schneider came to know his w…
 
This week continues my project of reuploading seasons 1-5 in new and improved sound quality! The opening of Mozart's 40th symphony is one of the most recognizable tunes in the whole repertoire, but to this day we don't know what it is about or even why Mozart wrote it. But even though it can be frustrating to not know these answers, it's also excit…
 
Get a free MP3 of Ludwig van Beethoven - Piano Trio "Ghost": II. Largo assai ed espressivo. Can you guess this week's theme? Let us know for a chance to win more free music. And don't forget to sign up for the Daily Download newsletter so you never miss a free classical track!By American Public Media
 
It’s the final instalment of our special case study series here on the Finish More Music Podcast, and I can think of no one better than today’s guest, Tom Schippers, to round off what’s been an incredible month on the show! Like most aspiring music producers, Tom had been passionate about music his entire life, but when it came to producing he just…
 
Shiver me timbers -- the Battle Bards are coming aboard and demanding that all capable musicians appear on the poop deck and blast out a few shanties and jigs for their pleasure! In today's episode, this motley crew examines the pirate themes that sail across many-a-MMO. Will they find rich booty -- or only a few pieces o' eight? Find out! Episode …
 
This week on the Culture Gabfest, Stephen Metcalf, Dana Stevens, and Julia Turner discuss The Trial of the Chicago 7. Then, the panel is joined by Willa Paskin, Slate’s TV critic, to discuss Ted Lasso. Finally, they discuss “Cereal Eats” with New York Times opinion columnist Jamelle Bouie. The Slate Plus segment this week features producer Jessamin…
 
Get a free MP3 of Ludwig van Beethoven - Piano Sonata No. 14 "Moonlight": I. Adagio sostenuto . Can you guess this week's theme? Let us know for a chance to win more free music. And don't forget to sign up for the Daily Download newsletter so you never miss a free classical track!By American Public Media
 
In this episode, Host Eva Bhatt chats with the feisty singer-composer, Parampara Thakur, the other significant half of the popular music duo Sachet-Parampara. She talks about her journey from Delhi to being a finalist in a music reality show, to joining hands with Sachet Tandon to create superhit songs for movies like ‘Toilet: Ek Prem Katha’, ‘Pal …
 
Elvis Costello’s thirty-first studio album, “Hey Clockface,” will be released this month. Recorded largely before the pandemic, it features an unusual combination of winds, cello, piano, and drums. David Remnick talks with Costello about the influence of his father’s career in jazz and about what it’s like to look back on his own early years. They …
 
On today’s date in 1950, Karel Ančerl was named the artistic director of the Czech Philharmonic, a position he would hold for the next 18 years. Ančerl had first conducted the Philharmonic in 1930, when, upon graduation from the Prague Conservatory, he led that orchestra in one of his own compositions. For a time, Ančerl debated whether to be a com…
 
I have been a huge fan of the ItaloBrothers for many years. In fact, they're one of the eurodance groups that got me into dance music entirely, next to Cascada, Darude, and Empyre One. I was so humbled to speak with Matthias (who is the face of the group as well as the vocalist) for the group. It's always inspiring speaking having the chance to tal…
 
NEED MORE HARMONICA IN YOUR LIFE? WELL, YOU'VE COME TO THE RIGHT PLACE. Yes, whether you like it or not, the harmonica makes a very special appearance in this sparkly new episode of That Classical Podcast, starring alongside Australian fables, Argentinian cowboys, and Sascha's bizarre driving habits. Enjoy! Little bits and pieces you might want to …
 
This week on the Finish More Music Podcast we’re doing something a little different: I’ve asked the members of Finish More Music to share the ONE thing that’s been transformational for them as a music producer. And what’s come out of it is astonishing… A whole bunch of open, honest, and heartfelt stories told straight from the heart of the FMM comm…
 
This week, host Isaac Butler talks shop with Alex Lacamoire, who was the arranger, music director, conductor, and orchestrator for Hamilton. In the interview, Alex explains what an arranger does and details some of the specific creative decisions that went into songs like “You’ll Be Back,” “Ten Duel Commandments,” “That Would Be Enough,” and “Burn.…
 
This week, host Isaac Butler talks shop with Alex Lacamoire, who was the arranger, music director, conductor, and orchestrator for Hamilton. In the interview, Alex explains what an arranger does and details some of the specific creative decisions that went into songs like “You’ll Be Back,” “Ten Duel Commandments,” “That Would Be Enough,” and “Burn.…
 
This week marks ten years since Mary MacKillop — Australia’s first and so far only Catholic saint — was canonised by Pope Benedict XVI. But how much do you know about Mary? And why is she informally remembered as the 'patron saint of trouble makers'? On Soul Search today, Meredith Lake finds out with the help of Sister Mary Ellen O’Donoghue and Car…
 
On today’s date in 1871, Hermann Levi conducted the premiere of a new choral work by Johannes Brahms titled “Schicksalslied” or “Song of Destiny.” It’s a setting of a poem by Friedrich Hoelderlin, contrasting in its first part the blissful Greek Gods on Mt Olympus, and in its second, the miserable suffering of we mortals below. Brahms discovered th…
 
Our latest guest on Soundtracking is Melissa Parmenter. Not only has Melissa worked alongside the great Michael Winterbottom for many years as a producer, she's also a composer who scored The Killer Inside Me and Genova. In addition, she's released the Scandinavia EP and a new album, Messapica. We talk to Melissa about her creative process, and how…
 
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