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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 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 ...
 
C. L. Thomas, an emerging composer, discusses the lessons life has taught and is currently teaching him as he strives for excellence. From musicianship to entrepreneurship and branding, this podcast will explore all the tools that lead him to success in his work. For more about the author, visit www.clthomasmusic.com
 
Join hosts Anna Linvill, and Tarik Ghiradella for conversations with contemporary composers about music, life, and what’s happening in the genre defying world of classical music today. The Composer’s Studio is a place where living art is made, a place without boundaries where inspiration can come from anywhere from birdsong to heavy metal, Vivaldi to the hum of a vacuum cleaner. Classical composers today are no longer confined to the concert stage or the cathedral but contribute to film scor ...
 
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.
 
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.
 
Luka Prinčč je glasbenik, oblikovalec zvoka in medijski umetnik.Deluje na področu zvoka in intermedijev kot skladatelj, performer inprogramer. Osredotoč se na izvedbo in kreacijo zvoka/hrupa/glasbe,avdio-vizualne in elektroakustiče nastope ali intermedijskeposege v fiziči in mentalno-emocionalni prostor. Prepletenapodroča delovanja vključjejo Pure Data delavnice, programiranjeinteraktivnih instalacij, generativni video in montaž,a/v sodelovanja, prosto izdajanje glasbe na spletnih založah,'s ...
 
Random Logic alias Gregor Zemljic & Miha Klemencic are the longest established artists of the Slovene electronic music scene. They have also written music for major and alternative theatre, ballet and experimental art performances (they are collaborating extensively with the artist Marko Peljhan on his multimedia projects) and also for films. In the year 2000 they were awarded the Studio City Boomerang Award (alternative Slovenian music awards) for the best live techno act in Slovenia and re ...
 
Borut Krzisnik is a Slovenian composer of contemporary music, based in Ljubljana. He was born in Zagreb in 1961. Born into a family of diplomats, he moved frequently during his childhood, both within former Yugoslavia and abroad, before finally settling in Ljubljana. Living among different nationalities and experiencing different mentalities helped form his understanding of diversity, something which certainly contributed to his broad approach to music. He played piano as a child, eventually ...
 
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A century before crowds of extras and gigantic sets first filled the silver screen of Cecil B. DeMille’s Hollywood extravaganzas, the Paris Opera brought similar resources to the stage for their historical operas—offering shipwrecks, explosions, massacres, and other crowd-pleasing spectacles.For example, on today’s date in 1849, the premiere of Gia…
 
Ep 42(b) - It is early 1865. Brahms's mother has just passed away. Filled with emotion he grudgingly moves from winter to spring, entering a long period of deep and private mourning during which he would retreat into himself for a time in order to gather his thoughts and energies, and orient them toward a grand act of artistic creation in which he …
 
At 2:20 a.m. on this date in 1912, the luxury liner S.S. Titanic sank after hitting an iceberg in the North Atlantic. Of the 2201 people of on board, only 711 reached their intended destination in New York. Eight British musicians, members of the ship’s band stayed on board, reportedly playing a hymn-tune as the ship went down.In 1969, British comp…
 
Fiddler Jay Ungar wrote a melancholy tune in 1982 and titled it “Ashokan Farewell.” It reflected, he wrote, the wistful sadness he felt at the conclusion of a week-long, summer-time fiddle and dance program in the Catskill Mountains at Ashokan Field Campus of the State University of New York. “I was embarrassed by the emotions that welled up whenev…
 
One of the best-loved works of classical music, Handel’s oratorio “Messiah,” had its first performance on today’s date in Dublin, Ireland, in the year 1742. Handel wrote “Messiah” in a period of only four weeks, then put it aside until he received an invitation to present a new work in the Irish capital. Dublin gave “Messiah” an enthusiastic recept…
 
On today’s date in 1933, the New York Philharmonic presented the premiere performance of the Second Violin Concerto written by the Italian composer, Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco. He was born in Florence in 1895, and enjoyed early success in Europe, but, because he was Jewish, the increasingly harsh racial policies of Mussolini forced Castelnuovo-Tedes…
 
In 1996, the American composer George T. Walker, Jr. became the first African-American to win the Pulitzer Prize for Music. That was for his “Lilacs,” a setting for solo soprano and orchestra of Walt Whitman’s poem, “When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloomed,” an elegy for the assassinated Abraham Lincoln.Walker died in the summer of 2018 at the age…
 
“How do you get to Carnegie Hall?” If George Antheil were asked that question in 1927, he would have answered that it was easy. After the scandalous Paris premiere of his aggressively avant-garde “Ballet Mécanique”—scored for 8 pianos and lots of percussion, including airplane propellers—Antheil received a cable offering financial backing for a one…
 
On today’s date in 1916, at the Teatro Real in Madrid, “Nights in the Gardens of Spain,” a new work by the Spanish composer, Manuel de Falla, received its first performance. The first night’s audience didn’t know quite what to make of it—was it a piano concerto or a tone poem? Whatever it was, they didn’t like it much, apparently, but there was at …
 
On today’s date in 1935, the Kolisch Quartet gave the premiere performance of Bela Bartok’s String Quartet No. 5 in the auditorium of the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C. That performance was part of a chamber music festival sponsored by Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge, one of the 20th century’s great musical patrons. In 1925, she created a Found…
 
On today’s date in 1805, Ludwig van Beethoven conducted the first public performance of his Symphony No. 3, subtitled the “Eroica” at the Theater an der Wien in Vienna. It was a symphony bolder, louder, and twice as long as any Mozart or Haydn ever wrote and must have been a real challenge for the musicians and audiences of Beethoven’s day. Prior t…
 
In 1920, a French publisher commissioned several works in memory of Claude Debussy, who had died two years earlier. Maurice Ravel’s contribution was a single-movement piece for violin and cello.Ravel then expanded this music into a 4-movement sonata he titled “Duo”–perhaps thinking of the “Duo” for the same instruments by Zoltán Kodály. And if Rave…
 
On today’s date in 1946, composer Lou Harrison conducted the premiere performance of an orchestral work written some 45 years earlier. It was the Third Symphony of Charles Ives, composed between 1901 and 1904.Early in 1911, Ives had sent the score for his symphony for consideration to the major New York orchestras of his day, Walter Damrosch’s New …
 
On today’s date in 1977, the Third Symphony of the Polish composer Henryk Gorecki was performed for the first time in Royan, France, by the Southwest German Radio Orchestra.Gorecki’s Symphony has a subtitle—“Symphony of Sorrowful Songs”—and sets three texts set for solo soprano voice: a 15th century Lamentation from a Polish monastery; a prayer ins…
 
The composer of this tune, the "Dance of the Cuckoos,” was born on this date in 1905. Thomas Marvin Hatley worked for the Hal Roach film studio that produced the famous Laurel and Hardy comedies. Hatley wrote memorable music for those films. His “Cuckoo” theme was originally used as a time cue for a radio station located on the Hal Roach studio lot…
 
An invitation-only audience attended an historic Bruckner concert in Munich on today’s date in 1932. On the first half of the program, Siegmund von Hausegger conducted Bruckner’s Ninth Symphony, using the posthumous edition prepared by Bruckner’s pupil, Ferdinand Löwe, which contained many edits and alterations. For the second half, Bruckner’s Nint…
 
The prolific British composer Havergal Brian wrote 32 symphonies. His last was completed in 1968 when he was 92. Just before completing his Symphony No. 32, perhaps as insurance in case he died before finishing it, Brian wrote a shorter work as kind of coda or capstone to his output. He gave it a Latin title, “Ave atque Vale” – “hail and farewell” …
 
“Troubled Island,” an opera about Haiti by William Grant Still was written in 1938 but had to wait 11 years for its first performance, which took place on today’s date in 1949.That 1949 production was by the New York City Opera, and the original cast included baritone Robert McFerrin, Sr, whose son, Bobby McFerrin, Jr., became a famous singer, too.…
 
Call me Ishmael... Birge. Whenever I find myself growing grim about the mouth; whenever it is a damp, drizzly November in my soul, then, I account it high time to get to the nearest Starbucks as soon as I can.With apologies to Hermann Melville, today marks anniversary of the opening of the first Starbucks coffee shop in Seattle, Washington, Now, si…
 
One sunny afternoon in 1925, the Czech composer Leos Janácek was sitting in a park listening to a military band concert. He was so taken with the fanfares he heard that he decided to write something along these lines himself. He was asked to write music for the Sokol gymnastic festival the next year, and soon he was enthusiastically working on wha…
 
Most composers have to wait for years before their works get performed by a major orchestra or opera company–but not Erich Wolfgang Korngold, a child prodigy who grew up in the Vienna of Gustav Mahler. After hearing the nine-year-old play through one of his compositions, Mahler declared Korngold a genius.At age 13, Korngold’s pantomime, “The Snow M…
 
On today’s date in 1914, the original version of “A London Symphony” by the English composer Ralph Vaughan Williams premiered at the old Queen’s Hall in that city.And we say, the “old Queen’s Hall,” because THAT was destroyed during the London Blitz of World War TWO. And we say “original version” because shortly after its premiere, Vaughan Williams…
 
For public radio listeners born long after the Golden Age of American Radio in the 1930s and 1940s, the variety of music broadcast on the COMMERCIAL radio stations back then seems hard to believe.For example, on today’s date in 1938, the NBC radio network broadcast the premiere of a new symphony by the eminent American composer, Howard Hanson.But H…
 
On today’s date in 1946, Igor Stravinsky's "Ebony Concerto" was premiered at Carnegie Hall by the Woody Herman jazz band. It was Stravinsky’s most extended foray into the world of jazz–and he was a bit worried how it would turn out.A few months before the premiere, Stravinsky wrote to Nadia Boulanger in Paris that the new score would be tailormade …
 
The 14th century B.C.E. pharaoh Akhnaten is remembered for his radical abandonment of the multiple gods of Egypt in favor of just one: the sun god Aten. Akhnaten’s heresy ended with his death when traditional beliefs were quickly reestablished and Akhnaten’s name literally chiseled out of Egyptian history.Sigmund Freud’s “Moses and Monotheism” opin…
 
If you were in London in the year 1792, and picked up the Times for today’s date, you would have been able to read this announcement: “Mr. Salomon most respectfully acquaints the nobility and gentry that his sixth Concert will be at Hanover Square on the 23rd.”Johann Peter Salomon was the impresario who arranged for Haydn to visit London to present…
 
Hi guys! In this episode, I talk about something that can be a real creativity killer. Overwhelm. It is so important to set boundaries, not just for yourself, but for other people as well, take it from me! I hope you enjoy my little talk today!Richard Schrieber tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Today’s date marks the birthday of Andrew Lloyd Webber, the British composer of block- buster musicals such as “Jesus Christ Superstar,” “Cats,” and “The Phantom of the Opera.” In addition to winning Grammy and Tony Awards in our country, he’s racked up Olivier Awards in his own. He was knighted in 1992, and in 1997 was created a life peer as Baron…
 
On today’s date in 1904, during his first visit to America, the German composer Richard Strauss conducted a program of his music at Carnegie Hall in New York. Featured were Strauss’ tone-poems “Don Juan.” “Also sprach Zarathustra,” and the world premiere of a brand-new work, titled “Sinfonia Domestica,” or “A Domestic Symphony.”After tone poems dev…
 
On today’s date in 1980, a new production of a seldom-heard work by the German composer Kurt Weill was staged by the New York City Opera. Their production of Silverlake, starring Joel Grey, opened on the eve of the 47th anniversary of Weill’s hasty departure from Nazi Germany after being tipped off that the Gestapo was hunting for him.“Silverlake,”…
 
In London on today’s date in 1896, the Czech composer Antonín Dvořák conducted the first performance of his Cello Concerto in b minor.Two years earlier, while teaching at the National Conservatory in New York, Dvořák attended the Brooklyn premiere of a Cello Concerto by the American cellist and composer, Victor Herbert. Herbert had been the pr…
 
On today’s date in 1827, Beethoven dictated and signed a letter in which he mentions “a new symphony, which lies already sketched in my desk.” This new work would have been Beethoven’s Tenth Symphony.But in March of 1827, Beethoven was very ill and his friends feared the worst. Even so, Beethoven himself seemed optimistic that he could finish a new…
 
"The Imposter Phenomenon or the Imposter Syndrome is a mental state where we constantly attribute our work to luck or some uncontrollable force and have an irrational fear of being seen as a fraud. Nearly all of the creators I know who are serious about their craft experience this to some degree. Some only have thoughts, but many have thoughts that…
 
Hey guys! In this episode I share how I made, and succeded in my five year plan through manifesting. Now you don't have to believe in that stuff, it is a great exercise either way. I also talk a bit about my book "Live Your Ideal Life" Hope this inspires you to write your own AMAZING five year plan! For more trailer music stuff: thetrailermusicscho…
 
From big ideas to tiny details, join us this week on the Composer's Studio as we embark on a thought provoking discussion about music, life and how harmony relates to the corner of a room. From rock guitar to pencil and manuscript, from the Aaron Copland School of Music to City University of New York, Edward Smaldone does everything with passion an…
 
On this special episode of Composer’s Studio, join Anna and guest host Shanan Estreicher for a fascinating dive into the music of our own Tarik Ghiradella. A master of what might be called minimalist maximalism, Ghiradella’s music undergoes astounding transformations from just a few tones-- mere molecules of sound into a dark, misty malediction, th…
 
Hey guys. In this episode I'm sharing some content from my video blog about the life of a trailer music composer. This is where I share tips on mindfulness, how to overcome struggles and insecurities that we all face as creatives and composing tips! Hope you enjoy it! For more trailer music stuff: thetrailermusicschool.com…
 
“When it comes to replacing a human experience, we often fail to realize that we are more than just our words. Our facial expressions, body language, tone of voice, and more communicate a much deeper story than what we present with our words. It is the job of our internet presence to manufacture as much of a full experience as possible and it is wo…
 
Puerto Rican-born composer and multi-instrumentalist Angélica Negrón’s music is deeply personal, reflecting a sensitive, playful nature that takes nothing for granted. Even the most mundane sounds--a stapler, a calculator, crumpling paper, pots and pans become beautiful in her sound sculptor’s able hands. Her music has been described as “wistfully …
 
'From beginner to master, realizing where we stand objectively and how we want to define and plan our success is an invaluable tool for forging a realistic path with a greater probability of success. This allows us to look at the market and adjust for success, whether our goals or the ways we achieve them may change.'…
 
Composer, performer, conductor, and educator Aaron Noë is a musical hero, for he writes music not only for himself or for professional performers, but for students just beginning their musical explorations. So many composers we have spoken with on this show had their first experience with music in a school band or choral program. In this episode of…
 
Hey guys, Today I have for you the second part of my interview with the incredible John Hanson. In this episode he gives some great advice for composers aspiring and professional. As well as our favourite part where he talks about the sample libraries and gear he uses! For more trailer music stuff: thetrailermusicschool.com…
 
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