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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 ...
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This classical music podcast explores the history and lives of some of western classical music's most famous composers and musicians. Classical music is filled with very colorful personalities and riddled with drama of all kinds, from political intrigue to failed romances and everything in between. Through the course of the show, we will discuss composers and musicians from the distant past all the way to the present, beginning with the greatest, JS Bach. -Please rate, review, and subscribe ...
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The Classical Music Minute

Steven Hobé, Composer & Host

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Ever wonder who were the Florentine Camerata? Where did the conductor’s baton come from? Or the difference between Opera Buffa and Opera Seria? These little nuggets of classical music trivia are what this podcast is all about. Come hop around music history with me, Steven Hobé, as we take a minute to get the scoop!
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Classical Music Decoded

Deano Maduramuthu

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If you like - or are curious about - classical music but find it a little perplexing, then this podcast is for you. It's an appreciative journey through popular works of classical music; explaining the context in which the music was composed, the main musical themes and the demands placed on the musicians who play them. Presented by Deano Maduramuthu.
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在樂團工作是什麼回事? 全職做樂團樂手好玩嗎? 能揾食嗎? 玩古典音樂有何苦與樂? 教音樂難嗎? 可以喜歡所有樂曲嗎? 拉樂團的好玩之處何在? 如何培養樂感? 如對以上問題有興趣,不妨收聽這個節目。 《音樂漫談》是香港第一個,也是唯一一個由全職音樂人主持的古典音樂 podcast 節目。不扮高深,不落俗套;從小提琴技巧,音樂體會,到樂團見聞,無所不談。 yipsiuhay1@gmail.com
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Conversations from the world of classical music hosted by Presto Music's Paul Thomas. Guests have included artists such as Jess Gillam, Anna Lapwood and Patricia Kopatchinskaja, and respected writers and critics like Rob Cowan, David Hurwitz and Andrew Mellor. Visit us at www.prestomusic.com
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Classical Music Now

No Dice Collective

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Joe Chesterman-March chats and laughs with the composers, players and organisers doing exciting things in the world of classical music today. Expect insights into the creative process, career paths, cross-disciplinary chat, and an honest look at the the classical music industry for the people in it. The No Dice Collective podcast ran March 2020 – June 2021. Thank you for listening.
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CACOPHONY: GREAT CLASSICAL MUSIC

Cacophony - Steve Thomas

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Hear more. Feel more. Be more! Come with me and dive into some great classical music. For over 1000 years great musicians have explored what it means to live, love, die and everything in between: asking all our deep and universal questions. Escape the cacophony - the noise of your brain and daily life; tune into the music, your feelings and emotions ‘good’ and ‘bad’ …and find the space, stillness and love that underpins everything. NB: May include loud noise, surprises, challenges, cacophono ...
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The Bible read to classical music daily. The concept is simple. The Bible is read over suitable classical music by the Greats and never heard before music composed and performed by John Richmond. All of John's music can be found on all major streaming platforms. Search for "J Richmond." All links to the albums can be found at www.ClassicallySpeaking.co.uk Season 1 has the Bible read over classical music by famous composers eg Beethoven and Rachmaninov. Season two focuses on the New Testament ...
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Society needs music, especially in challenging times. This podcast is made by a collective of outstanding classical musicians from around the world. Your host is the Serbian pianist, Marija Andjic, living in Vienna. She introduces her friends and colleagues she met in the Be Your Own Manager Community, which was founded by Bernhard Kerres. The podcast and the community were created during the COVID19 pandemic.
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Jeden ersten Samstag im Monat! Wer hat hier von wem geklaut? Detektivgeschichten aus der Welt der Klassik: Gehört Klauen zum Handwerk eines Komponisten? Der Konzertgitarrist und CRESCENDO-Autor Stefan Sell begibt sich auf Spurensuche. Er geht verdächtigen Motiven nach, sammelt unterschlagene und offensichtliche Indizien und ermittelt, wer sich wann und wo die ein oder andere Melodie geborgt hat. Packend und augenzwinkernd entdeckt Stefan Sell hörenswerte Diebstähle der Musikgeschichte. Ein P ...
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Need Musical Motivation? Classical Minutes is your solution to finding happiness in music, to getting the most out of the hours you spend practicing and listening to music. Reduce your stress and get inspired! Master the skills you need to lead a balanced life with music and enjoy more success. Concert Pianist and Professor Yael Weiss hosts Classical Minutes to bring you unique insights, with a to-the-point approach that keeps you focused on growing each day. Give it a daily listen and see h ...
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FULL CIRCLE is hosted by Jerry Bryant who pioneered one of the earliest and longest-running Jesus Music syndications, the Jesus Solid Rock Radio Show, heard on over 100 radio stations. Jerry was a part of the early Jesus Movement of the 70s! His Jesus Solid Rock concerts in Carbondale, Illinois helped to usher in early CCM to the Mid-West. In 1978, Jerry became pastor of the Last Days community in Woodland Hills, CA. with Keith and Melody Green and later moved to Lindale, TX., to work with t ...
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In 2008 I started a series of radio shows with fellow Freak and host, Jonny Rock. The original format was based around vinyl. Digital started to creep in, then CD's, then YouTube rips, and so on. But the idea remained the same, that we were sharing our discoveries with an audience. Fast forwarding a couple of years and expanding on the original concept, I will once again be playing dance music that you may or may not have heard, but this time said music will be readily available, if pointed ...
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ABOUT THE KRSI RADIO PODCAST For over 6 decades, KRSI has long been the home for the greatest country music hits of the past and present. Today, the KRSI Radio Podcast uploads and streams critically acclaimed classic country music tracks from the '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, 2000s and 2010s, along with the latest dollar-bin country music hits by up and coming artists and incredible new country music acts new to Nashville.
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Description La Traviata in 60 seconds. Take a minute to get the scoop! Fun Fact Giuseppe Verdi's "La Traviata" premiered on March 6, 1853, at the Teatro La Fenice in Venice. Initially, the opera faced a lukewarm reception due to its controversial subject matter. However, it quickly gained popularity and is now one of the most beloved and frequently…
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With Winterreise, Andrè Schuen and Daniel Heide complete their recordings for DG of Schubert’s three song cycles, and have understandably saved the most challenging to last. James Jolly spoke to Andrè to discover how he approaches this colossal work, the Everest of any singer’s repertoire. This Gramophone Podcast is produced in association with Wig…
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Modern Classical Music Ep169 - Ambient Neoclassical - Ethereal Instrumental - Contemporary Classical mix https://www.youtube.com/c/SteampunkRadio Worrytrain - Hallways Oliveray - Growing waterwings Abandoned Toys - Aisles of Broken Magic Luigi Rubino - Glace of Dust Qntal - Gottinne Minne The Frozen Vaults - God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen Hauschka - G…
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Brahms pt. 15b: we detail the course of the Brahms-Joachim relationship as they return to something like their former friendly relations and see how is other friendships and partnerships evolve, disolve, change and mature as we reach the year 1887. Works heard in this episode in order (all by Brahms): Tafellied op. 93b Der Tod, das ist die kühle Na…
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My first interaction with the musical term modes was Leonard Bernstein’s brilliant Young People’s Concert, also called What is a Mode? In that show, Bernstein showed how modes are an essential part of what makes modern music, meaning pop and rock music, tick. This was central to Bernstein’s point during this amazing show, which is available on Yout…
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Welcome to Day 72 of Season 2. We will read the New Testament in a year. You can read the Bible passage first, or listen to it being read out loud. Remember to subscribe and leave a review. The New Testament reading is Luke chapter 1 verses 1 to 25. Take a few deep breaths and relax. Since many have undertaken to set in order a narrative concerning…
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Description La clemenza di Tito in 60 seconds. Take a minute to get the scoop! Fun Fact Mozart's "La clemenza di Tito" premiered on September 6, 1791, at the Estates Theatre in Prague. Commissioned for the coronation festivities of Emperor Leopold II, it received a mixed reception but gained popularity in later years for its emotional depth and sti…
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Modern Classical Music Ep168 - Contemporary Instrumental - Ambient Neoclassical - New Age mix https://www.youtube.com/c/SteampunkRadio Julia Kent - Fall Nils Frahm - Familiar Abandoned Toys - Said the Sun to the Moonblind Shadows Clint Mansell - Finish it Poppy Ackroyd - Feathers Rafael Anton Irisarri - Fear and Trembling Olafur Arnalds - Faun Eiko…
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To mark the 200th anniversary of the premiere of Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony in Vienna, which took place on May 7, 1824, Gramophone’s podcast this week focuses on the work. Antonello Manacorda has just completed a cycle of the nine symphonies with Akademie Potsdam for Sony Classical, including a brand-new Ninth. James Jolly went to visit him at the …
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Description How did the Saxophone come to be? Take a minute to get the scoop! Fun Fact "Rhapsody for Saxophone" by Claude Debussy is one of the most iconic pieces for saxophone. Composed in 1919, it showcases the instrument's versatility and expressive range. With its lush melodies and rich harmonies, the piece captivates listeners with its romanti…
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The British bass Brindley Sherratt has released his first solo album, ‘Fear No More’, a Delphian recording, with Julius Drake at the piano. One of the UK’s most distinguished singers, and with an international reputation on the great concert and operatic stages, Sherratt talks to James Jolly about this new, and belated, chapter in his musical caree…
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Modern Classical Music Ep167 - Contemporary Instrumental - Ethereal Neoclassical - Ambient New Age mix https://www.youtube.com/c/SteampunkRadio Olafur Arnalds - Erla's Waltz Hildur Guonadottir - Erutping Light Abandoned Toys - As Anastasia Shimmered unearthly Your Schizophrenia - Epilogue Worrytrain - Excuse me Moon People Rudi Arapahoe - Every Tim…
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Some classic Jesus music, including: People All Over The World - Farrell & Farrell Take It To All The World - 2nd Chapter Of Acts Go - Harvest Back To The Street - Petra Jesus Saves - Dallas Holm Please Don’t Send Me To Africa - Scott Wesley Brown The Other Side Of The World - Rich Mullins Jesus Commands Us To Go - Keith Green Carry The Light - Var…
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Description Siegfried Wagner, son of Richard Wagner, had to overcome many obstacles in his life. Take a minute to get the scoop! Fun Fact Siegfried Wagner's most famous piece is likely his opera "Der Bärenhäuter" (The Bearskin), based on a Brothers Grimm fairy tale. Premiered in 1899, it showcases his romantic style with lush orchestrations and Wag…
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Modern Classical Music Ep166 - Ethereal Neoclassical - Contemporary Instrumental - New Age mix https://www.youtube.com/c/SteampunkRadio Valgeir Sigurosson - Dreamland Garth Stevenson - Dusk Abandoned Toys - Lorelei's Chamber of Verdure and Blossom Luigi Rubino - D'Inverno Rising Shadows - Dissolving the Fabric of Time The Synthetic Dream Foundation…
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In 1857, Brahms wrote to his friend Joseph Joachim about his first Piano Concerto, saying, “ “I have no judgment about this piece anymore, nor any control over it.” Brahms first began sketching his first piano concerto in 1853, but it would be five full years before Brahms finished the piece, and another year until its first performance. During tha…
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Description Paganini was an Italian violinist, violist, guitarist, and composer renowned for his virtuosic skills and innovative compositions. Take a minute to get the scoop! Fun Fact Paganini's "Caprice No. 1" for solo violin is a dazzling display of virtuosity, composed in 1805. Its intricate arpeggios, rapid scales, and double stops push the lim…
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‘Piano Concerto no. 2’ by Sergei Rachmaninoff is a vehicle for virtuosic performance. It requires the pianist to display superhuman levels of physical prowess! In this episode I share insights into the piece, I discuss pianos, and we explore virtuosity in classical music. This episode features the first movement from ‘Piano Concerto no. 2’ by the c…
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Thomas Pitfield, born in Bolton in 1903 and whose life stretched to the very end of the 20th century – he died in 1999 – is one of those polymaths who embraced numerous different outlets: he was a composer, a poet, an illustrator, a calligrapher, a cabinet maker and a teacher. He is probably better known for the people he knew and taught – includin…
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Description Mozart, the legendary composer, was a fascinating figure with a multitude of odd traits. Take a minute to get the scoop! Fun Fact Mozart's Piano Concerto No. 17 in G major, composed in 1784, showcases his mastery of melody and form. Its buoyant and elegant character, coupled with intricate piano passages, captivates listeners. The conce…
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Kirill Gerstein’s new album, timed for release mid-way between the anniversary of the death of Claude Debussy (March 25) and Armenian Genocide Remembrance Day (April 24), pairs music by Debussy and the Armenian, Komitas. Both composers were profoundly affected by the death and destruction surrounding them during the First World War, and both respon…
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Very often, when I tell people that I’m a classical musician, I am told, “wow, I love classical music! It’s so relaxing!” I think almost all classical musicians have heard that before, and you know what? Sometimes, it’s true! Classical music can be relaxing! But sometimes, and actually pretty often, classical music is NOT relaxing. It is exciting, …
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Modern Classical Music Ep165 - Contemporary Neoclassical - Ethereal Instrumental - Ambient New Age mix https://www.youtube.com/c/SteampunkRadio Goldmund - Cavalcade Johann Johannsson - City Building Abandoned Toys - Intoxicating Rememberances Fluttering Matthew Collings - Cicero Abel Korzeniowski - Chmury Federico Albanese - Carousel 3 Rasplyn - Ci…
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How can recontextualising classical music help build a new audience for the genre? Classics Explained YouTube producer Ben Levy explores the opportunities he's discovered using animation to tell the story of some of classics most-loved works, and some of the pushback he's received doing so.
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Description How did Stravinsky’s “The Rite of Spring” come to be? Take a minute to get the scoop! Fun Fact "The Rite of Spring," composed by Igor Stravinsky, had its notorious premiere on May 29, 1913, at the Théâtre des Champs-Élysées in Paris, France. The ballet was choreographed by Vaslav Nijinsky and produced by Sergei Diaghilev's Ballets Russe…
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Klaus Mäkelä has been named Riccardo Muti's successor at the helm of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, a role he assumes in 2027 alongside the post of Chief Conductor of Amsterdam's Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra. Meanwhile, he remains committed to his two European orchestras, the Orchestre de Paris and the Oslo Philharmonic. Following his Decca debut…
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Recently, I chatted with author Sophia Lambton about her book, "The Callas Imprint: A Centennial Biography". If you are a fan of Callas, which I am, this book offers you a deep dive into her life, born from extensive research, debunking popular theories and offering an authentic portrayal. Twelve years in the making "The Callas Imprint" reaps never…
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Description What were the origins of the sliding trombone? Take a minute to get the scoop! Listen to "The Blue Bells of Scotland" by Arthur Pryor c/o YouTube Fun Fact One of the most famous and iconic pieces for the trombone, often featuring the sliding trombone (also known as the tenor trombone), is "The Blue Bells of Scotland" by Arthur Pryor. Th…
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Some classic Jesus music, including: Love Song – Love Song Lighter Side Of Darkness – Mustard Seed Faith King Of Hearts – Randy Stonehill Full Circle – Phil Keaggy Clean Before My Lord – Honeytree You Ask Me Why – Chuck Girard Oh Happy Day – Batstone-Bennett-MacDougal (Jesus Music Again) Right On Time – Resurrection Band He’ll Do The Same For You –…
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This month's Gramophone Podcast explores the life and music of Franz Schubert. Editor Martin Cullingford talks to Richard Wigmore about this most remarkable of composers, one whose finest works, notably in the song, piano and chamber music genres, are today held to be among music's most beloved creations.…
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There has always been a debate about “The Great American Symphony.” By the time most prominent American composers got around to writing large scale symphonic works, the symphony had very nearly gone out of fashion. To many musicians and thinkers, the symphony had passed on with the death of Mahler. With the advent of atonality, which essentially de…
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