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The Theory Club is a podcast centered around topics in music theory, musicology, performance, analysis, and research, from the perspective of two students. Join your fellow theory nerds for their fourth season in April, and stay tuned for bonus episodes! Hosted by Lydia Bangura and Emily Zwijack. Got questions or feedback? Interested in being a guest on the pod? Send inquiries to: thetheoryclubpodcast@gmail.com
 
From Longship to Moshpit, The American Skald's Nordic Sound Podcast is a musicology and music commentary platform for the promotion and education of Nordic music history and culture written and produced by musicologist Jameson Foster (Peabody Conservatory, CU Boulder). Tune in every Monday to learn about the history of the Nordic nations through their music and composers, and tune in every Wednesday for the Nordic Sound Today to keep up to date on current events, releases, and music acts in ...
 
Sometimes mixed together, sometimes crafted together but all in all a return to the feel good factor we all lost somewhere in the airwaves. You will hear DJ Ash speak on some Podcasts and on other occasions he will let the music do the talking. ZooBoo will cross many musical genres as he believe music crosses all boundaries, knows no borders, does not discriminate on colour or race but when it hits you hard, your soul lightens up. Leave all your inhibitions behind and get ready for a story t ...
 
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In episode six of season four, Lydia talks to Amelia Wellers about her experiences in music performance and music production, having a career outside of music, her rock album Wallflower (produced with Kyle Joseph), and how she uses music theory as a singer-songwriter and producer. Stream Wallflower everywhere! Get in touch with us at: thetheoryclub…
 
We return to our regularly scheduled programming this week to get to know one of my favorite Swedish music acts, Hoven Droven! Their 2021 album "Trad" is nominated for an Swedish Grammy which will be hosted in a few weeks. Let's have a listen to this chaotic folk-rock-jazz fusion band's latest album to see what there is to love about Hoven Droven (…
 
In episode five of season four, Lydia chats with Dr. Marc Hannaford (University of Michigan) about his experiences as a jazz pianist, pursuing careers in both music performance and music academia, and his forthcoming article "Fugitive Music Theory and George Russell's Theory of Tonal Gravity." https://marchannaford.com/ https://marchannaford.bandca…
 
In episode four of season four, we have Dr. William Hussey (Roosevelt University) back on the podcast to discuss his experiences teaching back in person, his syllabus and seminar centered around the life and works of Florence Price, and encountering imposter syndrome as an academic. Timestamps: Teaching back in person during the pandemic: 2:31 Teac…
 
A special bonus episode that Lydia recorded for her Everyday Musicology class! Lydia names her favorite Beyoncé songs, describes Beyoncé's particular expression of Black womanhood, and explores her complicated relationship to feminism, Black capitalism and Black excellence. Shoutout to her brilliant professor Dr. Castro and all of her amazing cla…
 
Today we kick off a two-part series re-evaluating late-19th century composers whose legacies were forever marred by the Nazi occupation of Norway. In this episode, we talk about Christian Sinding, who, in his own time, was considered an equal of Grieg and Svendsen despite having nothing to do with Norwegian nationalism or patriotism and most of his…
 
Episode two of season four, during which we listen to and discuss Beethoven's Egmont Overture, reflect on the implications of performing the piece, and discuss music as a mood regulator. Timestamps: Our experiences playing the piece: 7:18 Listening to and discussing the piece: 23:16 What do you use music for? 35:57 Get in touch with us at: thetheor…
 
In this bonus episode, we listen to Vitali's Chaconne for violin and piano, and Lydia geeks out about all of the interesting music related things she's been reading in class. Susan McClary's chapter in Ritual, Routine, and Regime: Repetition in Early Modern British and European Cultures (ed. by Lorna Clymer) Suzanne Cusick's Feminist Theory, Music …
 
With marching giants, fiddling trolls, and roaring saga dramas, Johan Halvorsen brought his love of all things dramatic and theatrical to the music life of Oslo through the 300+ concerts he led over the course of his 20 year career, and his music is everything you could want from a staunch Norwegianist composer. Not to mention making opera popular …
 
Today we're going to follow up on a discussion about Faroese music tradition with Ale Carr and talk about the Faroese ring dance tradition while also bringing Faroese metal act Tyr's latest collaboration with the Faroe Island Symphony Orchestra, "Night at the Nordic House" into the conversation. This is the Channel's first episode about heavy metal…
 
In this bonus episode, we catch up about our new semesters and discuss Joseph Straus' article in Music Theory Spectrum, "Music Theory's Therapeutic Imperative and the Tyranny of the Normal," centered around disability in music. Get in touch with us at: thetheoryclubpodcast@gmail.com
 
In this special episode I sit down with Ale Carr of Dreamers' Circus - the channel's very first guest! Ale and I talk about some of the history behind traditional Nordic Folk music as we know it today and the vision behind the music of Dreamers' Circus - particularly how it plays into their upcoming album and their most recent single Brestiskvæ∂i (…
 
Today we continue our Hardanger fiddling marathon with Norwegian music titan Knut Buen. Join the mailing list at theamericanskald.com for early access to next Monday's interview with Ale Carr of Dreamers' Circus! Support the show (https://ko-fi.com/theamericanskald)Jameson Foster tarafından oluşturuldu
 
To kick off our two week Hardanger fiddle marathon, we're going to be looking at a captivating up-and-coming Hardanger fiddlers Johanne Flottorp with her newest album "Hitterdal" and take a peak at the latest Northern Belle single Chicago - the Norwegian/Americana fusion band she fiddles for. Very cool stuff! Support the show (https://ko-fi.com/the…
 
This week, I ask you to join me in learning the life and legacy of one of music history's most beloved, but just as misunderstood composers, Edvard Grieg. This special episode is essentially my thesis condensed into a 30 minute podcast episode, and will cover Grieg's upbringing, education, personal life, his place as Scandinavia's most significant …
 
This week I'll be reviewing one of "new nordic" folk band Dreamers' Circus' singles for their upcoming EP "Lost Swans". Visit theamericanskald.com to join the mailing list, or join the reddit community over at r/nordicsound to join in on the conversation! Support the show (https://ko-fi.com/theamericanskald)…
 
This week, we get to know a Norwegian titan of old - a virtuoso-turned-symphonist hailed in his own time as a masterful composer and conductor, who has since fallen out of the spotlight of music history. His works include grand sweeping symphonies, a captivating violin concerto complete with moving lyrical passages and invigorating dance rhythms, a…
 
[NOTE: Podcasting apps are adding a dead-air period of about 20 seconds after the intro. This dead air is not present on the Buzzsprout website. Hopefully it will get fixed soon!] Welcome to the newest addition to the Nordic Sound Channel - The Nordic Sound Today, where I will be reviewing and discussing current events and releases in the world of …
 
This week is the first part of a two part series looking at Norway's symphonic beginnings, where we get to know Otto Winter-Hjelm, a somewhat obscure, but nevertheless charismatic, figure of Norwegian music history. Remember to like, subscribe, comment, and leave a review, and follow the channel over at r/nordicsound or americanskald.nordicsound on…
 
In this episode we learn about the life and legacy of one of Norway's most compelling soloists, Agathe Backer-Grøndahl. Along with Edvard Grieg and Johan Svendsen, Agathe was one of the leading figures of Norway's "Golden Age" of music. Performance of "Tre Sanger" by Noelle McMurtry: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ck6uipiKMcc Support the show (htt…
 
Halfdan Kjerulf may not be as widely known as Ole Bull, but he played an equally important role in the development of Norway's classical music culture on the home front. Come and learn about what made this composer so unique, and why he's known to some as the "Norwegian Schubert" Syng, Syng Nattergal Du: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jotKFzcY7FU …
 
From Robert Schumann to Franz Liszt, the King of Denmark to the Queen Dowager of Naples, and from Mark Twain to Longfellow, Ole Bull left a lasting impression on all who heard him play, yet his legacy has somehow been lost to time. Join me in learning about this "Paganini of the North" and how he went from failing out of college to winning the hear…
 
Today we get acquainted with two women whose work would set foundation for Norway's 'Golden Age' of music - the age that gave us Grieg, Svendsen, Backer-Grøhndal, and others. Alas, because of the male-dominated state of publishing, both Olea Crøger and Camilla Collett had to have their work published along with work done by men. Effectively, their …
 
If you came here for giants, fjords, witchcraft, and fairytales, then your time has finally come! For, with this week's composers, we're finally in the Romantic era with Waldemar Thrane's "Fjeldeventyret" and L.M. Lindemann's journeys through Western Norway in search of the "essence" of Norwegian music. Things are gonna get far more "Norwegian" fro…
 
This week we meet Norway's first two recorded composers: Johan Daniel and Johan Heinrich Berlin, representing the Baroque and Classical eras respectively! Episodes now on Youtube! Come visit me at theamericanskald.com or the r/nordicsound subreddit, or follow me on Instagram @american.skald or youtube at The American Skald channel. Don't forget to …
 
And we're back! New episodes roughly every other Wednesday (depending on my course workload)! This first episode is meant to be a primer on Norwegian history up to the 18th century, when classical music in Norway really starts to get going. Be sure to subscribe, leave a review, and follow @american.skald on instagram and on the subreddit r/nordicso…
 
I nuovi album di Evanescence, Garbage e Abba sono già usciti. E in arrivo ci sono i nuovi lavori di nomi come Red Hot Chili Peppers e Porcupine Tree. Insomma, c'è tanta voglia di 'usato sicuro'. Ecco dunque i come back più (o meno) attesi di questi mesi. La playlist dei brani citati in questo episodio: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/4jY82cyoBWoT…
 
Our final episode of season three, during which we listen to and discuss Tchaikovsky's Nutcracker Suite, updated renditions of the suite, and what makes dance music so fun to dance to. Stay tuned for some bonus episodes over the next few months! Timestamps: Background of the piece: 11:07 The March: 17:53 Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy: 22:45 Russian…
 
Episode seven of season three, during which Lydia chats with Dr. Brent Ferguson (College of Southern Maryland) about his work as a composer and music theorist, his approach to music theory pedagogy, our experiences at community colleges, Renata Yazzie's (University of New Mexico) lightning talk at SMT 2021, and Linda Shaver-Gleason's "Is Music a Un…
 
Il Black Album dei Metallica, Nevermind dei Nirvana, i due Use Your Illusion dei Guns n' Roses. Tre "pezzi da 90" del rock che hanno un elemento in comune: sono tutti usciti nell'autunno del 1991. Ma non sono gli unici dischi epocali pubblicati in quell'anno: scopriamoli insieme nella prima puntata della seconda stagione di MusicologyLa playlist de…
 
Episode six of season three, during which Lydia chats with Anna Rose Nelson (University of Michigan) about her experiences as a strings player, her research on (post) modernist music from Webern to Ferneyhough, and music theory as a compositional tool. We also read and discuss Lloyd Whitesell's "White Noise: Race and Erasure in the Cultural Avant-G…
 
Episode five of season three, during which we chat with Dr. William Montgomery and Hillary Lester of the Sounds of the World podcast! They tell us all about how they met and started their own music podcast, about their own compositional styles and methodologies, and about their favorite instruments to write for. Check out their show wherever you ge…
 
In this Halloween themed episode, we discuss the music of Krzysztof Penderecki, John Williams and George Crumb to try and explore the qualities that makes their music sound spooky! Timestamps: Penderecki's "The Awakening of Jacob" from The Shining: 3:25 The theme from Jaws by John Williams: 9:17 "Ancient Voices of Children" by George Crumb: 17:33 G…
 
Season three episode three, during which Lydia chats with TJ Laws-Nicola (University of Kansas) about their path to musicology, their experiences as a disabled music student, and "The Gaze as Theoretical Touchstone" by Corinn Columpar (as well as a much needed pipe organ tangent!). Timestamps: TJ's background: 1:37 TJ's experience at KU: 16:18 Disc…
 
Season three episode two, during which Lydia chats with Richard Desinord (Howard University) about his path to music education, his dissertation centered around harmony in gospel music, and our experiences as Black music theorists. Timestamps: Richard's background: 1:35 Richard's dissertation at Eastman: 14:57 Engaging with classical music while Bl…
 
We're back for another eight episodes! In this episode, we have a drink and a casual chat about moving to new places, starting school in person, and our developing research. Lydia's blog Timestamps: Emily and Lydia both move: 2:38 Schenkerian analysis and our other favorite classes: 7:44 Emily's research project and repertoire: 25:23 Get in touch w…
 
Our last episode of season two! We discuss our excitement for the coming school year, the background and art songs of American composer Libby Larsen, and (of course) some aural skills pedagogy. Thank you for listening and for your continued support, stay tuned for our third season starting October 8th! Have a great start to your semester :) Timesta…
 
Episode seven of season two, during which we chat with Megan Lyons (University of Connecticut) about her dissertation on the art songs of Amy Beach, Beach's controversial politics, how to analyze art song, and a whole lot of theory pedagogy! No Stupid Questions Timestamps: Megan's background: 2:32 Should written skills and aural skills be the same …
 
Cosa ci fa la sobria eleganza di Tony Bennet insieme all'eccentrica Lady Gaga? E quei metallari impenitenti dei Saxon con il pianoforte di Elton John? Per non parlare dell'R&B di Fergie unito al rock stradaiolo di Slash... E i duetti improbabili non finiscono qui. La playlist per ascoltare le canzoni di questa puntata: https://open.spotify.com/play…
 
Episode six of season two, where we read and discuss Susanne Cusick's chapter in Queering the Pitch: The New Gay and Lesbian Musicology. We also discuss our first piece of racist hate mail, our experience dating other musicians, personifying music (specifically as a woman), and pleasure as a form of self care. Queering the Pitch Please by Black Gir…
 
Season two episode five, during which we chat with Susan O'Brien about her personas as an actor, singer and poet, as well as her experience starting Forte Chicago, an all-female opera sketch comedy troupe. Forte Chicago Improvised Shakespeare Timestamps: Susan's background: 3:13 The challenge of pathfinding in music: 10:14 Susan's work with Forte C…
 
Episode four of season two, in which we chat with Dr. Malia Jade Roberson about public music theory, performance anxiety, her struggles with tenure, and her experience publishing with Hal Leonard. musictheoryshop.com Timestamps: Public pedagogy: 2:42 Malia's background: 14:35 Malia gets published: 34:23 "Those who don't do, teach:" 50:32 We are all…
 
Season two episode two, where we chat with Corinne Costell (Roosevelt University) about her research on racism and cultural appropriation in opera, her work developing an anti-racist curriculum for white musicians, DBR's opera aria "They Still Want To Kill Us," and the implications of the term "ally." Corinne's conference presentation Daniel Bernar…
 
We're back for another eight episodes! This summer season we'll be focusing on music, research, performances and theories by women. In this episode, we discuss the music of American composer Jennifer Higdon, our views on recital requirements in conservatories, and the constant dilemma of "making it" as a musician. Timestamps: Emily's experience wit…
 
I Måneskin fanno rock? Sono i nuovi Led Zeppelin? Rappresentano l'inizio di una nuova moda? Tutte domande a cui cerchiamo di (non) dare una risposta Seguiteci sui nostri canali social: Facebook: Musicologyoff Instagram: Musicology_off Music Credit: - 2018 Snowflake Licensed to the public under http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Verify at h…
 
Da Up Patriots to Arms a Bandiera Bianca, un viaggio negli anni '80 raccontati da Franco Battiato. Con una digressione a sorpresa su David Lynch. La playlist per ascoltare i brani di questa puntata: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/12XAWh90nAMZU9pNqJH399?si=454f9b2a4d914745 Seguiteci sui nostri canali social: Facebook: Musicologyoff Instagram: Mus…
 
Our last episode of season one! We speak with Dr. William Hussey (Roosevelt University) about his progression from composition to music theory, Dr. Philip Ewell's article on racism in music theory, the field's response to Dr. Ewell, and how Dr. Hussey addresses the issue of Schenker in the theory classroom. Dr. Ewell's article Dr. Ewell's six part …
 
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