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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.
 
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.
 
We all love the music and sounds we hear on our favorite movies or shows, but often take them for granted. Twice a month, the industries top sound professionals, from Composers to Music Supervisors, go deep into the world of sound in media. Hosted by Jake Belnick.
 
From the creators of the hit film SCORE: A FILM MUSIC DOCUMENTARY comes this award-nominated podcast inviting you into the studios of Hollywood's most brilliant, beloved and imaginative musical storytellers. Hosted by Robert Kraft and Kenny Holmes. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/score/support
 
Foundering is an award-winning, serialized podcast from the journalists at Bloomberg Technology. Each season, Foundering brings you inside a different high-stakes drama from the technology industry, where its companies are wielding unprecedented capital and power.
 
Wanna know the secrets of the musical multiverse? Sit down, grab an axe, and get abducted. Beyond the Frets is your chance to hear in-depth conversations with legendary guitarists, educators and composers about their process, struggles, accomplishments and thoughts on the modern music industry. Hosted by Zakk Jones, these discussions are full of great stories, anecdotes and a little bit of insanity along the way. This podcast is funded in part by the MidAmerican Center for Contemporary Music ...
 
The Team Deakins podcast is an ongoing conversation between acclaimed cinematographer Roger Deakins and James Deakins, his collaborator, about cinematography, the film business and whatever other questions are submitted. We start with a specific question and end....who knows where! We are joined by guests periodically. Followup questions can be posted in the forums at www.rogerdeakins.com.
 
The Great Composers dives deep into the lives behind some of the greatest music ever written. Host Karla Walker and conductor Scott O'Neil look at the world through the eyes of these gifted artists. Learn about obstacles they overcame, and their loves, losses, successes and failures. You'll feel you know Mozart, Rachmaninov and others as friends.
 
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 ...
 
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.
 
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Synopsis On today’s date in 1969, Leonard Bernstein conducted his last concert as the Music Director of the New York Philharmonic. Bernstein had assumed that post in November of 1957, becoming the first American-born and trained conductor to do so. For sports fans, these were Bernstein’s “stats” as of May 17, 1969: He had conducted 939 concerts, mo…
 
Robert Schumann’s early training was focused towards his ambition to become a celebrated concert pianist, but a hand injury quickly put that career option out of reach. Schumann turned instead to composition and put all that piano study to good use, writing many important works for his own instrument. This week, Composer of the Week unpacks the mom…
 
This week, host Rumaan Alam talks to Jordan Moblo, the man behind the Instagram account @jordys.book.club, which features artful photos of both fiction and nonfiction books, as well as short reviews of titles Jordan feels like promoting. In the interview, Jordan discusses the creative decisions that go into his posts and explains what it was like t…
 
EPISODE 115 - BILL MACDONALD - UCLA Cinematography Department Team Deakins converses with Bill McDonald of the UCLA Cinematography Department. We learn about the UCLA program and the difference between the undergraduate and graduate programs. He shares what UCLA looks for when admitting students and how they work to bring out the students’ native t…
 
Synopsis Joan Tower is one of America’s most famous–and quotable–composers. She once asked audiences to imagine Beethoven as a composer-in-residence with a modern American orchestra: “If Beethoven walked in here right now,” said Tower, “I think we’d ALL be a bit shocked. He’d probably look very scruffy and be an obnoxious pain-in-the-butt. Orchestr…
 
Synopsis Crossword puzzle solvers know the three-letter answer to the clue “Composer Brian” is: E-N-O. But even fans of this British composer, performer, and producer might not know his full name, which is Brian Peter George St John le Baptiste de la Salle Eno. Brian Eno was born in Suffolk, England, on today’s date in 1948. He studied painting and…
 
In this podcast: 1. Alex McCartney, 2. Wildcat Viols, 3. Ralph Rousseau Meulenbroeks, 4. Timothy Vajda, 5. Ernst Stolz, 6. Ernst Stolz, 7. Alex McCartney, 8. SCD, 9. Poeticall Musicke, 10. Mediva, 11. Poeticall Musicke, 12. Alison Crum and Roy Marks, 13. Ernst Stolz, 14. Music for a Winter's Eve, 15. Mediva…
 
Today, an exclusive interview with Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev. He’s a Ducati-riding yogi and spiritual teacher, who has caught the attention of millions worldwide, and there's a lot to discuss — from karma to COVID-19 and politics in India. We also hear from Associate Professor Monima Chadha, an expert on classical Indian thought, to talk about the ori…
 
Synopsis In the 1980s, the Finnish Broadcasting Company had come up with the idea of commissioning a whole evening’s worth of orchestral pieces by native composer Einojuhanni Rautavaara, which, when taken together, would form a conventional concert program of overture, concerto and symphony. These three works have come to be called the “Angel Trilo…
 
Synopsis On today’s date in 1995, an opera by the American composer Amy Beach received its first professional production at Lincoln Center in New York City–63 years after Beach completed it–in the summer of 1932. Beach was 65 years old in 1932 and for years had wanted to write an opera on an American theme. She settled on a play written by Nan Bagb…
 
After Donald Trump is elected president, tensions between the United States and China escalate. Several American politicians, security experts and even Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg turn their attention toward TikTok. In this episode, reporter Shelly Banjo looks into the fundamental question facing TikTok: What user data does TikTok collect, and can t…
 
In this episode of Wassup Conversations, Doug Cockle (Voice actor of Geralt of Rivia from The Witcher game series) goes deep about acting, his methods of preparation, advice for newcomers and his journey as an actor from America to England. Wassup Conversations is on YouTube and all the major podcast streaming services. https://www.nikoofarmusic.co…
 
EPISODE 114 - JOHN TOLL - Cinematographer Team Deakins has a great talk with cinematographer, John Toll (LEGENDS OF THE FALL, BRAVEHEART, WIND, THE THIN RED LINE, RAINMAKER). We start on a humorous note as we learn how he started in the business and learned on the job! We talk about his time as an operator and his eventual switch over to working as…
 
We welcome conductor and educator Dr. Armand Hall to the Band Room! Armand currently serves as Executive and Artist director of the ROCmusic Collaborative in Rochester, NY and is Chair and Executive Committee Chair of El Sistema USA. We spoke about his path, going from physics to music, his time teaching at the University of Memphis, ROCmusic, El S…
 
Synopsis In the 1960s, an American composer named Steve Reich prepared some electronic pieces consisting of gradually shifting tape loops of the same prerecorded–and enigmatic–spoken phrases excerpted from someone telling a story. Reich quickly realized he could produce the same effect with conventional instruments and live musicians. These repetit…
 
Greg Bimm has been the band director at Marian Catholic in Chicago for 44 years. During his time there his bands have been consistently excellent both on the marching field and on the stage, including Bands of America's Grand National Champion seven times and a whopping 40 straight years undefeated in their class at the Illinois Superstate competit…
 
Synopsis Primitive man probably imitated animal sounds for both practical and religious reasons. More recently, the Baroque-era composer Heinrich Franz von Biber imitated one particular animal for COMIC effect in his “Sonata Representing Animals,” and, in early 20th century slang, it’s simply “the cat’s meow.” Now speaking of cats, they’re supposed…
 
SUMMARY: Bridget Kearney and Rachael Price of the band Lake Street Dive join us to talk about a career that’s earned them top 20 albums on the Billboard 200 chart, a half dozen singles on the AAA chart, massive critical praise, and a brand new album on Nonesuch Records called "Obviously" that elevates the band’s pop, rock, R&B, and jazz influences …
 
Synopsis Is the customer always right? Apparently Giuseppe Verdi thought so–to a degree, at least. On today’s date in 1872, Verdi sent a note to his publisher with an attached letter he had received from a disgruntled customer, a certain Prospero Bertani, who had attended not one, but two performances of Verdi’s brand-new opera, “Aida.” Bertani sai…
 
Good evening to everybody on this pleasant Sunday evening.What can i say i went to get my Covid Vaccine jab yesterday so i'm pretty chuffed about that .Have to wait until August to get the second one which is the same time my next Album which is still in the works comes out .Visit the website @ www.seriousnubian.com for further updates as well as h…
 
This week host Isaac Butler talks to actor Blair Underwood about performing for the stage and screen. In the interview, Blair talks about landing a role on the legal drama L.A. Law when he was still an undergraduate student at Carnegie Mellon. He also explains how he prepares for roles and how he gets in the right mindset to play tormented characte…
 
EPISODE 113 - LÁSZLÓ NEMES - Director Team Deakins speaks with László Nemes, director of SON OF SAUL and SUNSET, in this episode. He speaks of what he learned from the Hungarian film director Béla Tarr and why he doesn’t believe in film schools, feeling it doesn’t create curiosity among students. He shares the difficulty of setting up the film, Son…
 
Synopsis Some classical music snobs look down their nose at film scores, considering them less “serious” than “art” music written for the concert hall. Aaron Copland, for one, deplored this attitude. He admired the work of composers like Bernard Herrmann, Alex North, David Raksin, and Elmer Bernstein, whose successful Hollywood careers earned them …
 
Synopsis Stephen Sondheim was 32 years old when his musical “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum” opened on Broadway on today’s date in 1962. The best seats would have cost you $8.60, but decent tickets were available for three bucks in those days–and, much to Sondheim’s relief, New Yorkers snapped them up in short order. The trial run o…
 
In this podcast: 1. Poeticall Musicke, 2. Poeticall Musicke, 3. Alison Crum and Roy Marks, 4. Poeticall Musicke, 5. Gilles Zimmermann, 6. Ensemble Carpe Diem, 7. Poeticall Musicke, 8. Alison Crum and Roy Marks, 9. Alison Crum and Roy Marks, 10. Dufay Collective, 11. Timothy Vajda, 12. Ensemble Vermillian, 13. Alex McCartney, 14. Pellingmans' Saraba…
 
This week, Donald Macleod explores Aaron Copland’s most productive decade, and features some of his best loved works in full. During this time Copland hit his prime. He became recognised as America’s leading composer, winning the Pulitzer Prize in Music and an Academy Award for his work in Hollywood.He toured Europe and South America, absorbing div…
 
Leo Delibes - Lakme: Flower Duet Adriana Kohutkova, soprano; Denisa Slepkovska, mezzo Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra Johannes Wildner, conductor More info about today's track: Naxos 8.555797 Courtesy of Naxos of America, Inc. Subscribe You can subscribe to this podcast in Apple Podcasts, or by using the Daily Download podcast RSS feed. Purchase th…
 
Synopsis On today’s date in 1825, the Italian composer Antonio Salieri breathed his last in Vienna. Gossip circulated that in his final dementia, Salieri blabbed something about poisoning Mozart. Whether he meant it figuratively or literally, or even said anything of the sort, didn’t seem to matter and the gossip became a Romantic legend. Modern fo…
 
Synopsis Today’s date in 1913 marks the birthday of the American composer and musicologist George Perle, who won the Pulitzer Prize for music in 1986. In a 1985 interview, Perle vividly recalled his first musical experience, an encounter with Chopin’s Étude in F minor, played by an aunt. “It literally paralyzed me,” said Perle, “I was extraordinari…
 
While TikTok is known primarily as a breeding ground for funny memes, dance routines and lip-synching videos, there’s a dark side to TikTok that starts with the young children who populate the app. In this episode, reporter Shelly Banjo looks into the consequences of TikTok’s failure to safeguard its adolescent user base. Warning: This episode cont…
 
Is Mabonogi a muppet, a Welsh adventure, or a Korean MMORPG? It's certainly an odd title, but its music is worthy of the Battle Bards' time. This week, the trio sails through the soundtrack to this anime fantasy sandbox -- and gives proper attention, respect, and love to the country of Wales. Episode 192 show notes Intro (feat. "Main Theme (Piano),…
 
In this episode, Thierry Dansereau, art director of great games such as Immortals Fenyx Rising and Assassin's Creed Odyssey talks about behind the scene of those games and his general approaches toward creating the visual world of massive games. Please consider donating to Wassup Conversations via this link" https://www.nikoofarmusic.com/support-an…
 
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