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Classical Stuff You Should Know

A.J. Hanenburg, Graeme Donaldson, and Thomas Magbee

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A.J., Graeme, and Thomas discuss everything having to do with the classical world. Our aim is to help both educators and laypeople enjoy the classical world as much as they enjoy fine ales and good tales.
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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 podcast features the Director of ClassicalU.com, Jesse Hake, interviewing ClassicalU presenters and Live Learning Event hosts as well as occasional episodes featuring material directly from one of our ClassicalU presenters or guests.
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Developing Classical Thinkers

Developing Classical Thinkers

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Developing Classical Thinkers is a classical podcast for classical thinkers, created and supported by the teachers at Thales Academy, a classical school in Raleigh, North Carolina. A Thales Press podcast.
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Classical Breakdown

WETA Classical

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John Banther takes classical music fans behind the scenes with interviews, deep dives, and analysis. Episodes released bi-weekly on Tuesdays. Produced by WETA Classical in Washington, D.C.
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The Classical Theism Podcast aims to defend Catholic Christian ideas in conversation. With the help of various guests, I defend three pillars of the Catholic Christian worldview: (1) the God of classical theism exists, (2) Jesus is our Messiah and Lord, and (3) He founded the Catholic Church. We place a strong emphasis on the first pillar, defending classical theism, drawing upon the work of Thomistic philosopher Dr. Edward Feser and many others. Thanks for listening! John DeRosa jderosa@cla ...
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classicalqueer

Samantha Jane Smith

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Come join Jacob Caines - musician, teacher and writer of the classicalqueer blog and Samantha Jane Smith - radio station presenter, writer and person with no musical ability as we discuss queer classical music. We are two queer people with widely differing interests and experience in classical music. Come hear us try and understand what queer classical music is, talk with composers and generally have a good time.
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Classical Education

Beautiful Teaching, LLC

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Classical Education is a podcast perfect for learning about the tradition of a liberal arts education. We invite you to join us on a journey in pursuit of the True, the Good, and the Beautiful as we participate in the great conversation and listen to the many voices coming from the world of classical education.
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Welcome to Journey Through Classical Piano, the podcast dedicated to helping people of all musical tastes and backgrounds discover the beauty of classical music. This bi-weekly podcast features concert-like musical experiences and in-depth exploration of classical compositions. Your host, classical pianist Jeeyoon Kim, brings the splendor of the classical music experience right to your living room or on the go in 15-minute segments. Let’s embark in the journey together!
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Crushing Classical

Jennet Ingle

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Crushing Classical is a series of interviews with classical musicians who are forging unique paths with their talent, creating their own artistic fulfillment and financial comfort, and finding ways to thrive. I celebrate these brave people who are taking routes outside of traditional orchestral or academic employment! As always, I invite you to listen for your own sparks and breadcrumbs, and use these interviews to find the possibilities that exist in your own life.
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Conversations from the world of classical music hosted by Presto Music's Paul Thomas, David Smith and Rob Cowan. 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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That's Classical?

CJSW 90.9 FM

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“We live in a time I think not of mainstream, but of many streams, or even, if you insist upon a river of time, that we have come to a delta, maybe even beyond delta to an ocean which is going back to the skies.” -John Cage This quote, I believe, truly embodies the idea of music today. Yet, this quote is even more applicable to world of “classical” music. There are so many different avenues of new classical music, that one must ask oneself, “That’s classical?” That is the idea that we try an ...
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Classical Queers

Klara

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Johannes Wirix-Speetjens gaat op zoek naar de queerpersonen die de kunstwereld hebben gekleurd. In een meeslepende reis brengt hij de verhalen tot leven, van Wilde tot Lanoye, van Springfield tot Smyth en van Lully tot Mercury. Waar hun hart niet altijd voor hun ware liefde mocht slaan, vertaalt hun strijd zich vaak in schoonheid en kunst. De VRT-queerstemmen kruipen in de huid van de kunstenaars op wier schouders de queergemeenschap vandaag staat.
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An audio Psalm a day set to classical music. Begin or end each day meditating on the word of God and the timeless poetry of the Psalms. Each episode is set to beautiful classical and orchestral music that will help you ground your soul in the Bible. For more great podcasts or to hear different Bible translations, visit https://lumivoz.com
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Classical Guitar LPs

Aaron Powell

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“Music, Musings and Memories" with the Classical Guitar. Your host (Aaron Powell) gives background on the Artists/Composer(s) from his LP collection. Listeners will hear commentary on the performers, and composers before listening to side one. Aaron will share remarks, anecdotes and asides relating to his personal experiences as a musician. Then we flip over to side two and enjoy the rest of the music. Aaron lives in Des Moines with his wife and two daughters, maintains an active performance ...
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Scholé Sisters: Camaraderie for Classical Homeschooling Mamas

Brandy Vencel with Mystie Winckler and Abby Wahl

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Our goal is to cultivate the maximum number of thinking moms we can. This podcast is for classical homeschooling mamas who yearn for something more than just checking boxes and getting it all done. We discuss topics that matter to those of us who believe that educating ourselves through reading widely, thinking deeply, and applying faithfully equips us for the task of educating our children.
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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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Simply stated, religion matters. Religion matters not only for personal reasons, but also for social, economic, political, and military purposes. Unfortunately, studies suggest that religious knowledge and cultural literacy for any religious tradition is either in decline or is non-existent in the United States, despite being one of the most religiously diverse nation on earth. Today, religion is implicated in nearly every major national and international issue. The public arena is awash in ...
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Classical Podcasts

ClassicalPodcasts.com

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We are convinced that lovers of classical music include people who are always looking for(1) music that they have not heard before that might attract them, and (2) the best performance of music that they are familiar with and already enjoy.This website was created to help these music lovers achieve both goals. We are uniquely able to fulfill this mission because we bring together two exceptional resources that are not available on any other classical music website: (1) a classical music reco ...
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Nabucco é uma ópera em quatro atos de Giuseppe Verdi, com libreto de Temistocle Solera, escrita em 1842. A ação da ópera conta a história do rei Nabucodonosor II da Babilônia. Foi escrita durante a época da ocupação austríaca no norte da Itália e, por meio da várias analogias, suscitou o sentimento nacionalista italiano. O Coro dos Escravos Hebreus…
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In today’s episode Mystie, Abby, and Brandy discuss ATTENTION, because it’s the topic of the 2024 Scholé Sisters retreat. They do this using a chapter on solitude from AG Sertillanges’ book The Intellectual Life. You’re going to love this conversation! *** Are you ready for our annual Homeschool Essentials retreat?? This year’s topic is ATTENTION, …
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The commentary was recorded on location in Portland, OR with my remote equipment. I picked up this record at Bach & Rock in Astoria, OR while my family was out sightseeing. Listen as Aaron gives poignant commentary on a beautiful recording by Julian Bream --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/powellguitar/support…
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Each year, Thales Academy and Thales Press hosts the Conference of Miletus, a series of short lectures on topics related to classical education and practical teaching tips. This year, the theme of the conference was "First Principles for Classical Educators." In this episode, Winston Brady and Matt Ogle discuss each of these four principles. A firs…
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I had an AHA during a FLOW class I was leading last week. You can choose what you pay attention to! This had such a wide resonance for me that I couldn't wait to share it with you. What do you want to pay attention to? What focus might help you to move forward? I'd love to hear from you. You can DM me on instagram or email me with your thoughts on …
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This show is a bit different today. Last year I did a live video podcast on Mozart's Requiem for my Patreon subscribers. I've now edited that show into an audio-only version for everyone to be able to listen to, since this is such an essential piece and there's so much to talk about with it! The audio only version won't get into as much granular de…
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Today, Andrew Pudewa, from the Institute for Excellence in Writing joins the table to talk about the current state of the world of Classical Christian Education! With advancements in technology, changes in public school curriculum, and classroom evolution happening around us, it's always helpful to return to our grounding points, to the tenants of …
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On this week’s episode of ‘New Classical Tracks,’ violinist Solomiya Ivakhiv honors Ukrainian music for violin and piano on her latest album, ‘Ukrainian Masters,’ with pianist Steven Beck. Listen now!द्वारा American Public Media
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Listen to Psalms chapters 21, 22, 23, 24, and 25 in today's episode. The Psalms are a collection of Hebrew poems and hymns written by some of the greatest people in history sharing their most intimate moments of faith. Join us each day as we open our hearts and minds to the word of God. These praises from King David, Moses, and others have impacted…
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This Thoroughly Good Classical Music Podcast episode features Romanian pianist Alexandra Dariescu who, on the 19th August releases her recording of Clara Schumann's Piano Concerto in A minor (pared the Grieg Piano Concerto). She's also playing a major role in the Leeds International Piano Competition later this year giving the first Alexandra Darie…
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Dr. Strozier is a lecturer at Georgia State University. She is continuing her research in the areas of religion, gender, sexuality, and health focusing the disproportionality of black women's maternal mortality, and women's reproductive decisions, using digital platforms. Her pedagogical focus is anti-racist and decolonial teaching strategies, whil…
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Join Ocean House owner, actor, and bestselling author Deborah Goodrich Royce for a conversation with author Jeanne McWilliams Blasberg. She will discuss her latest novel, Daughter of a Promise. About Daughter of a Promise: Days after graduation, Betsabé Ruiz’s life in New York is turning out to be nothing less than cinematic. Although her first jo…
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Fr. Cajetan Cuddy joins the show to introduce Fr. Garrigou-Lagrange's major two-volume work on apologetics. He wrote the introduction to this magnificent work, recently translated by Dr. Matthew Minerd. In this episode, Fr. Cuddy explains why someone who denies *just one* article of faith, even if he believes 99% of the other articles, does not hav…
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This week, Joe is featuring Pianist, Composer, and Vocalist Malcolm John Rebennack Jr., a.k.a. “Dr. John,” from his 1998 Virgin Records recording “Anutha Zone.”द्वारा Classical 95.9-FM WCRI
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This week, for a special show about the 60th Annual Block Island Music Festival, we feature Eddie Dillon, Composer, Arranger, Singer, and Guitarist. We'll listen to some examples of his music and discuss the upcoming concert on July 27th at St. Andrew Church, which also features the Trade Secret Quartet and Nantucket Sound Quartet, which are both m…
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Description From Mozart To Verdi, Renée Fleming in 60 Seconds. Take a minute to get the scoop! Fun Fact Renée Fleming's first professional performance took place in 1986 when she sang the role of Konstanze in Mozart's "Die Entführung aus dem Serail" at the Houston Grand Opera. This debut showcased her remarkable vocal talent and stage presence, qui…
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Playlist: Ensemble 0 - Jf Plays Ebows, Sylvain Plays Guitar, Florent Plays Percussion, Thomas Plays Guitar and It Lasts 6:59 Skratch Bastid and Alfiari Quartet, Dinuk Wijeratne - Through the Invisible Adam Gorb, Czech Philharmonic Wind Ensemble - Battle Symphony Lev Zhurbin, Kinan Azmeh, Brooklyn Rider - Everywhere is Falling Everywhere Helen Caddi…
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Yes, we're back as promised with the next installment of Tchaikovsky's Symphony no. 5. Be sure to like and share with a friend! Music: https://imslp.org/wiki/Symphony_No.5%2C_Op.64_(Tchaikovsky%2C_Pyotr) https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0/legalcodeद्वारा Rocky Mountain Student Media
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The doctrine of the Trinity is a very difficult one to understand. Many misunderstand the orthodox teaching. There are many bad examples and models. In this episode I answer questions from the Classical Theology community on the Trinity. Dictionary of Early Christian Beliefs (affiliate link): https://amzn.to/4cTpHuQ Decision Making and the Will of …
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Modern Classical Music Ep175 - Ethereal Neoclassical - Ambient Instrumental - New Age mix https://www.youtube.com/c/SteampunkRadio Tara Fuki - Moje Serduszko Lacrymosa Aeterna - Whispers Rachel Grimes - My Dear Companion Awaits Wojciech Kilar - Mina's Photo Eglantine Gouzy - Mr. Spoon Opus Nigrum - Miserere Dmitry Evgrafov - My Dear Melonie Anton B…
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In April, Dalia Stasevska, Chief Conductor of the Lahti Symphony Orchestra and Principal Guest Conductor of the BBC Symphony Orchestra, launched a new project, ‘Dalia’s Mixtape’, for Platoon. Leading her BBC orchestra, she has recorded ten works by ten modern composers, each shedding a new and different light on the symphony orchestra and what it c…
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In case you didn’t know, summer vacation largely came about for two reasons. The first was to free up children to help with important farm chores as the time for harvesting came close. The second reason was the lack of air conditioning. Since more and more Americans are out of farming, and the invention known as air conditioning has made it possibl…
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While recording for his new ClassicalU course on teaching, school leadership, and the history of education, David Hicks sat down for a conversation. In this second of two parts, he answers a question about hiring Ron DeSantis as a school teacher and shares more on our American identity crisis, on the importance of gratitude, and on Marcus Aurelius …
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I just loved this conversation with Dr. Jonathan Gregoire. From the first moment we met I could tell we were aligned in how we saw the world, how we saw our musical careers, and how we sought to help others. His journey from full-time, salaried performing work to the entrepreneurial world of coaching is an inspiration! Dr. Gregoire is a multi-talen…
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On this week’s episode of ‘New Classical Tracks,’ violinist Daniel Hope explores 500 years of Irish music and history on his latest album, ‘Irish Roots’. Listen as he plays an excerpt of ‘Danny Boy,’ a piece which is linked to Ireland like none other. Listen now!द्वारा American Public Media
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On this month's episode of WCRI's Kids Hour, host Jamie and Skylar listen to a WCRI interview with the leadership of The Chorus of Westerly. We also hear music from some of their past performances!द्वारा Classical 95.9-FM WCRI
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The Thoroughly Good Classical Music Podcast hears from mezzo-soprano Fleur Barron in this episode, previewing her appearance at the 2024 Ryedale Festival in particular her collaboration with dancer Suleiman Suleiman and musician Hibiki Ichikawa intertwining a Japanese Kabuki play with Schubert's iconic Winterreise song cycle. In this podcast Fleur …
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Bhakti Mamtora (Ph.D., Religion, University of Florida) is Assistant Professor of South Asian Religions in the Department of Religious Studies and Classics at the University of Arizona. Broadly, her research interests include print culture, book history, migration, and transnational religion. Her current book project employs archival, textual, and …
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This week Dalanie and Katie recap their experience at Essence Fest in. IN THIS EPISODEPURCHASE OUR MERCH!: https://www.classicallyblackpodcast.com/storeJOIN US ON PATREON! https://patreon.com/ClassicallyBlackPodcastSIGN UP FOR OUR MAILING LIST! https://www.classicallyblackpodcast.com/newsletter-sign-upFOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIA! https://linktr.ee/cl…
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