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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 third season starting October 8th! 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
 
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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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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…
 
Episode three of season two, where we discuss performing and recording music during a pandemic, and Lydia's performance of Judith Weir's one woman opera. Lydia's performance Get in touch with us at: thetheoryclubpodcast@gmail.com
 
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 …
 
Episode seven, in which sit down with Dr. David Kjar (Roosevelt University) to discuss his path to musicology, his experience playing early music, his thoughts on reimagining the early music movement, and the role of "authenticity" in historically informed performance. Streetwise Opera's performance of Bach's St. Matthew Passion Timestamps: Dr. Kja…
 
Chi siamo? Dove andiamo? Ma soprattutto: quando torniamo? No, non sono questioni esistenziali... ma le domande sulla ripresa dei concerti 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 http://ccmix…
 
Episode six, in which we chat with Dr. Linda Berna (Roosevelt University) about her "retrograde" path to music theory, her dissertation about Samuel Barber's Knoxville: Summer of 1915, Sergei Prokofiev's "The Butterfly," and applying the philosophies and theories of non-musicians to expand the way the think about music. Timestamps: Dean Berna's bac…
 
Episode five, in which we listen to and discuss a choral piece by Latvian composer Eriks Esenvalds. We also talk about our experience with modern and post tonal music, and the unique relationship of instrumentalists to their instruments. Megan Ihnen and Alan Theisen Boccherini's Body by Elizabeth Le Guin On a Lesbian Relation With Music: A Serious …
 
Episode four, in which we discuss Lydia's experience preparing for and participating in the Midwest Music Research Collective virtual conference in March 2021. She presented her paper titled, "The Black American Sound: Examining The Influence of 1930's Chicago on Classical Music at Large." We also dive into the erasure of Black Americans from the c…
 
Episode three, in which we talk about the second movement of Shostakovich's tenth symphony, separating the art from the artist, and honoring the composer's wishes. Timestamps: How connecting to a composer's background influences our relationship to their works: 1:12 Listening to and discussing the piece: 15:13 "This isn't what the composer would ha…
 
Episode two, in which we discuss aural skills pedagogy, the Dalcroze method, fixed do vs. moveable do solfege, and music theory in relation to performance and persona. Dalcroze article Anna-Stephen Robinson's article Timestamps: Emily's research project: 2:33 Fixed do vs. moveable do: 6:18 Improvisation: 17:18 Scale degree mimes: 21:56 The intersec…
 
Our first episode in which we discuss our musical backgrounds, our relationships with music theory, our research interests and our future plans. Timestamps: Musical backgrounds: 2:40 How we met: 8:00 Why theory? 12:08 Lydia's racism rant: 18:33 Future plans: 23:35 Get in touch with us at: thetheoryclubpodcast@gmail.com…
 
In questa puntata: “Free Britney Spears” - Robert Johnson e il Club 27 - La morte di Paul McCartney - Lady Gaga ha ucciso Lou Reed? - Una sosia per Beyoncé - La risurrezione di David Bowie - Tutti i nei di Avril Lavigne Seguiteci sui nostri canali social: Facebook: Musicologyoff Instagram: Musicology_off Music Credit: - 2018 Snowflake Licensed to t…
 
Doveva essere un maxiconcerto gratuito online ma si è rivelato qualcosa di molto diverso. A noi "L'ultimo concerto?" è piaciuto molto, ma non sono mancate le proteste. Così abbiamo provato a rispondere ad alcune delle obiezioni. Seguiteci sui nostri canali social: Facebook: Musicologyoff Instagram: Musicology_off Music Credit: - 2018 Snowflake Lice…
 
In attesa che inizi Sanremo 2021, vi raccontiamo 10 momenti in cui il Festival ha fatto la storia: esclusioni inaspettate, playback a sorpresa e molto molto altro 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.…
 
Podcast di servizio: ecco tutte le canzoni che dovete evitare per non incorrere nella mannaia del politicamente corretto. Qui la playlist per ascoltare tutti i brani di questa puntata: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/4JikS6kGb7lykkchijnbhx?si=5629246857b24065 Seguiteci sui nostri canali social: Facebook: Musicologyoff Instagram: Musicology_off Mu…
 
La performance di Lady Gaga, che ha cantato l'inno americano durante la cerimonia di insediamento di Joe Biden, è solo l'ultima di una lunga serie: ecco dunque una carrellata delle versioni più memorabili dell'inno nazionale più pop di sempre. Qui la playlist per ascoltare tutti i brani di questa puntata: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLUPG…
 
"Questa è Tim" di Mina è solo l'ultimo capitolo della lunga storia che lega gli spot pubblicitari alla musica: da Andrea Bocelli a James Brown, ricordiamo alcuni dei più famosi esempi di canzoni lanciate o rilanciate dalle pubblicità. La playlist per ascoltare le canzoni di questa puntata: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/2rPf68dbirJpWGJtqDNkJ8 Se…
 
L'anno appena concluso ha riservato non poche delusioni in ambito musicale. Ma c'è qualcosa che non dimenticheremo mai: la lite tra Morgan e Bugo sul palco di Sanremo 2020. E, mentre ci siamo, diamo un'occhiata anche ai Big che si sfideranno nella prossima edizione del Festival. Seguiteci sui nostri canali social: Facebook: Musicologyoff Instagram:…
 
Li avete sicuramente visti decine di volte... ma siete sicuri di sapere tutto sulle colonne sonore di Cenerentola, Gli Aristogatti, La Bella e la Bestia e Biancaneve e i sette nani? E quindi ecco per voi la guida ai classici Disney che andranno in onda a Natale sulle reti Rai Seguiteci sui nostri canali social: Facebook: Musicologyoff Instagram: Mu…
 
Avete letto le classifiche dei brani più ascoltati di Spotify? Non ci avete capito niente? Allora salite sulla macchina del tempo insieme a noi per un viaggio attraverso le classifiche del passato, tra Zucchero, Evanescence, Spice Girls, Pino Daniele e tanto altro... Seguiteci sui nostri canali social: Facebook: Musicologyoff Instagram: Musicology_…
 
I dissing (più o meno famosi) della storia della musica: Tupac Shakur vs. Notorius B. I. G., Megadeth vs. Metallica, Limp Bizkit vs. Nine Inch Nails, Guns 'n Roses vs. il resto del mondo... Seguiteci sui nostri canali social: Facebook: Musicologyoff Instagram: Musicology_off Music Credit: - 2018 Snowflake Licensed to the public under http://creativ…
 
Ma davvero gli American Music Awards 2020 si sono dimenticati Eddie Van Halen? 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 http://ccmixter.org/files/snowflake/54422 - Creative Commons Music by J…
 
La sigla della serie Romulus cantata da Elisa è solo l'ultimo esempio: Shout è stata coverizzata innumerevoli volte. Ma tutte le versioni hanno sempre avuto un problema. Per ascoltare le canzoni di questa puntata, seguiteci sui nostri canali social: Facebook: Musicologyoff Instagram: Musicology_off Music Credit: - 2018 Snowflake Licensed to the pub…
 
Più o meno riuscite, da riscoprire o da dimenticare... un piccolo viaggio nel grande mondo delle cover. Per ascoltare le canzoni di questa puntata, 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 ht…
 
Se pensate che il Nirvana riguardi solo i buddisti o che Led Zeppelin sia un dirigibile a basso consumo energetico... non vi preoccupate, ci siamo qua noi! Seguiteci anche 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/ …
 
On this episode of Talkin' Musicology, I speak to one of the greatest artists/musicians ever, Van Hunt. Listen and hear as Van and I go deep into his work as an solo artist and his work with artists like Cree Summer, Rahsaan Patterson, Joi and others. We even touched on the time he played with Omar and Raphael Saadiq. Listen and hear, the hero, Van…
 
In this episode Liam and Stephen discuss Seth Brodsky's fascinating article, 'Rihm, Tonality, Psychosis, Modernity,' in which Brodsky presents an innovative Lacanean reading of modernist music and tonality through the case of Wolfgang Rihm. Check it out below, on iTunes or with your podcatcher of choice. Seth Brodsky, 'Rihm, Tonality, Psychosis, Mo…
 
In this episode Liam and Stephen discuss the disciplinary divide between the natural sciences and the humanities, and ways we may or may not bridge that divide. This discussion is inspired by Nina Sun Eidsheim's 'Maria Callas's Waistline and the Organology of Voice', in which Eidsheim constructs a feminist critique of the cultural yoking of Maria C…
 
Listen as I talk musicology with Bobby Thomas Jr. of Weather Report. Bobby talks about his time with Weather Report, Jaco, Wayne Shorter, "Night Passage" and other things. Follow Talkin' Musicology & Isaiah here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYQTUxyVNTlJup14yQe9IUQ?view_as=subscriberhttps://twitter.com/TALKIN_MUSIC_https://www.instagram.com/tal…
 
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