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DJ/インタビュアー藤田琢己とピアノ3ピースバンド Ryu MatsuyamaのピアノボーカルRyuが 面白く、そして深く音楽を語ります。 ラジオとテレビで20年のキャリアを持ち、 ライブハウスから海外フェスまで音の鳴る現場に 年間100本以上通い詰める藤田のリアルな目線から 様々なトピックを語ります。 不定期でアーティストや音楽関係者も登場予定。
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Feast your ears on the musical classics of the east with MUSIC TALKS, the Middle Kingdom’s mashup of classical music and in-depth discussions with some of China’s most celebrated orchestral professionals. Experience the instruments, get some perspective, feel the pulse of antiquity.
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Myze Music Talks

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Do you have a passion for music? Are 'New Music Fridays' your favorite day of the week? Do you support your local music scene? Well if you said yes to all of those questions, you have come to the right place! Myze Music Talks is a podcast for anyone who's passion for music goes beyond a set of earbuds and an iPod. Every Tuesday I am bringing you guys not just different music conversations, but interviews with local bands and musicians who's music deserves to be heard by the world, as they st ...
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The Elevate Music Talks podcast offers an in-depth look at topics like music production, music business, artist stories and more. Through interviews with top industry guests and his own personal experience, producer and mixing engineer Marko Fazio hosts this casual and conversational podcast offering insider stories and perspectives, as well as valuable information that will elevate you and your music to the next level.
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“Music Talkshow” is a musicology dissemination show by our local University of Oslo early career music and sound researchers – PhD’s and postdocs. How do we communicate our research to the “outside” world? How do we maintain our relevance to society as academics? People who write about music, but not the music itself? In other words, how does our work relate to the real world, and how does the real-world manifests in our work? In this show, we tackle these unanswerable questions with a light ...
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Some of the world's greatest musicians and researchers showcase the power and science of music onstage at the TED conference, TEDx events and partner events around the world. You can also download these and many other videos free on TED.com, with an interactive English transcript and subtitles in up to 80 languages. TED is a nonprofit devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading.
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A podcast for music artists, record labels, start-ups, and industry professionals. Hosted by Andrew Apanov, the founder of the Dotted Music marketing agency. On each episode, the world's smartest representatives of the music business share tactics and strategies you can use to grow your own music brand.
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Grammy-Nominated Artist, Edu-Tainment Advocate, and founder of Syren Music Group Ashley “Támar Davis” is finally giving inspiring words of encouragement on a weekly direct-to-fan radio broadcast centered around Arts & Education. Past interviews have consisted of actors from “Queen Sugar” (OWN Network) to up and coming entrepreneurs in various occupations. “It is a fun atmosphere to discuss the latest in the entertainment industry to the plight of indie artists to discussing love, family, and ...
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The Bili is a Chinese double-reed wind instrument with a history dating back to ancient dynasties. Discover its distinctive mellow yet piercing timbre, exploring its unique cylindrical bore that sets it apart in the realm of traditional Chinese music. Join us on a musical odyssey as we unravel the cultural significance of the Bili, its role in vari…
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In this episode of The Music Talkshow, produced by Tejaswinee Kelkar in collaboration with Oslo's Historical Museum, Tejaswinee speaks with Dr. Boro Baski about the musical heritage of the Santhal ethnic community; the instrument banam and the long process of creating, becoming, and in other ways inheriting musical heritage, such as singing folk so…
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The trapezoidal Yangqin is a Chinese hammered dulcimer, most likely derived from the Iranian santur or the European dulcimer. After evolving for hundreds of years, now with its unmistakable timbre of bamboo and steel, it brings the impressive sound of a traditional Chinese instrument to modern musical works.…
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The Spring Festival is commonly believed to be the most important among Chinese people. Out of all kinds of celebrations, music is the most indispensable. In this special edition of Music Talks, we appreciate several ensembles of traditional Chinese instrumental music that are popular and usually played during the Spring Festival, and learn about t…
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The Suona is a traditional Chinese instrument that is played by blowing into a double-reed, through a mouth piece and then through the wooden body. Known for its extremely penetrating sound and distinctively northern flavor, the Chinese Suona is an instrument that has the ability to instinctively take the lead of all other instruments when played. …
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2023年に始動したバンドName the Nightは、ロッカトレンチ、ASIAN KUNG-FU GENERATIONのメンバーらが集まり、鎌倉を拠点に活動する四人組である。去年の秋に「麦ノ秋音楽祭」に出演してライブ活動をスタートした。 バンドを結成するに至った経緯やその音楽性をボーカルの山森大輔に迫ってみた。 ※再編集により再掲しました --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ongaku1/message
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2話同時配信の後編は音楽活動のあり方についてのヒントになる「キャリアのあるバンドが提示する一つの形」 音楽活動の多様化を、ソロ、バンド、プロデューサー、大所帯バンドを経験した山森大輔さんならではの思いを伺いました。匿名のシンガーソングライターからダンスボーカルグループの活況まで、いろいろ語らいました。 ※再編集により再掲しました(2024/2/4) --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ongaku1/message
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The Music Talkshow is back after the winter break with the first episode of a podcast series “What is musical inheritance?”, produced by Tejaswinee Kelkar in collaboration with the Oslo's Historical Museum. Here, Tejaswinee speaks about the music of the Viking ages with Einar Selvik, also known for his band Wardruna. They discuss musical - and othe…
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Nanyin music is an ancient art form with a lineage of more than a thousand years surviving political, social and cultural change. It has been able to incorporate new influences, stay relevant to changing audiences yet maintain its ancient legacy. In 2009, China successfully championed for UNESCO designation of Nanyin as intangible cultural assets.…
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The Konghou is an ancient Chinese harp. It was once one of the most popular musical instruments in China but became extinct sometime in the Ming Dynasty. Now in the 20th Century, it has been revived in the shape of a double bridge harp. This modern version of the instrument barely resembles its ancient form, but has a shape similar to Western frame…
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Qin music tends to linger on certain notes, with an emphasis on silence and timbre, giving it a meditative quality. "Qin qi shu hua" refers to the Four Arts of the Chinese Scholar, wherein "qin" refers specifically to Guqin. In this episode, we learn more about the development of this musical instrument, to understand its connotation in trying to c…
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Mark Sedgwick on Islam, Sufism, Anarchism, and Ivan Aguéli https://www.driveproject.eu/team-member/prof-mark-sedgwick/ https://www.bloomsbury.com/us/anarchist-artist-sufi-9781350177895/ Music by AwareNess: https://awareness0.bandcamp.com/ Please support the podcast on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/timetalks Channel Zero Network: https://channelz…
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“Pi” for plucking the strings forward, and “pa” for plucking the strings backward. The Pipa, sometimes called the "Chinese lute", is a plucked instrument with a varying number of frets ranging from 12 to 31. In this episode, we explore the historical stories of this traditional musical instrument, and see how modern Pipa artists have been working t…
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The Bianqing is a traditional Chinese percussion instrument consisting of a set of L-shaped flat stone chimes known as Qing, played melodically. In this episode, we dive into the stories associated with this musical instrument, while understanding more about China's ancient ritual and court music.
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Explore the Xun, an ancient Chinese wind instrument with over 7,000 years of history. This rare earthen instrument reflects a journey through China's musical history and connects deeply with traditional Chinese philosophy. In this episode, we delve into the Xun's legacy and its significance in Chinese culture.…
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COP28 calls for global collective action and commitment to protect the environment and restore the vitality of nature in response to the climate change crisis. We explore the melodies depicting the natural scenery of China and the prosperity of local people through traditional Chinese ethnic instruments such as the Erhu, Yangqin, and Suona, as well…
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🎙️ On this weeks Tamar Talks Podcast (Season 5, Episode #3), we get gritty about Elijah's journey, how we met, discuss what it takes to perform 8 shows a week and solutions to todays inequalities as a performer in various shows. We also shoutout and give accolades to important creatives who have inspired him to keep going. If you're desiring to per…
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My mentor is EPIC. If you desire to be in the Film and Television business, you will have a front row seat listening to Dawn Solers' journey. Previously at ABC Signature, Dawn was responsible for all music at ABC Signature overseeing the music content for shows in the "-ish" family series: "black-ish," "grown-ish" and "mixed-ish." Her helming of th…
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In this episode, Ieva Gudaitytė talks to James Tomlinson about Christmas music in late medieval England. The conversation involves aspects of medieval book production and the transmission of polyphony within England and abroad. It introduces music written for the Christmas period and contexts in which these elusive musical survivors might have been…
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Riddlore on Freestyling, Leimert Park, Project Blowed, Cuba, and Hip-Hop Riddlore/CVE Bandcamp: https://theriddlore.bandcamp.com/album/riddlore Born A Villain Book: https://www.lulu.com/shop/hamadi-riddlore-owens/born-a-villain-paperback-jahs-one-variant-cover/paperback/product-grz9k4.html?q=&page=1&pageSize=4 Riddlore IG: https://www.instagram.com…
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This episode explores the Sheng, a traditional Chinese wind instrument known for its ability to produce harmonies independently. Revered as the forebear of reed instruments, the Sheng has influenced various Western instruments like the organ and accordion. We delve into its phoenix-inspired design and its profound role in shaping musical aesthetics…
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In September 1973, the Philadelphia Orchestra visited China for the first time, marking a historic moment as the first American orchestra to tour to the country. In November 2023, they return to Beijing, commemorating 50 years of enduring cultural ties and musical collaboration between the two nations. In this special edition of “Music Talks”, we w…
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11月10日に新曲「Moon feat. Ryu Matsuyama」をリリースしたKenta Dedachiを迎えて、コラボレーションについて深掘りトークを展開しました。Ryu Matsuyamaのプロデュースワークやアイデアを形にするスタイルについてなど、楽曲制作やコラボレーションについてのアーティストならではのトークが楽しめます。 --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ongaku1/message
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新曲「Moon feat. Ryu Matsuyama」を11月10日にリリースしたばかりの大注目のシンガーソングライターKenta Dedachiを招いて、海外生活やRyu Matsuyamaとのコラボレーションの真相を語っていただきました。 --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ongaku1/message
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In China, drums are an instrument that transcend its musical identity. In times long past, they acted as a celestial bridge for communication, an integral part of labor, military, ceremonial, and spiritual life. Today, they continue to symbolize the Chinese people's aspirations for prosperity and happiness, playing a vital role in the performing ar…
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Sean Thomas kicks off Season 5 of the Tamar Talks Podcast. And guess what? He's my baby brother. Sean knows the proper steps as to how props should be used and what props should be set for some of your favorite shows and films. He's a true testament that though you may not know what path you'd like to pursue post college graduation, there's some th…
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Gerald Horne on Acknowledging Radical Histories, Colorado, and Palestine Acknowledging Radical Histories by Dr. Gerald Horne & chris time steele: https://www.intpubnyc.com/browse/acknowledging-radical-histories/ https://www.facebook.com/DrGeraldHorne/ https://www.uh.edu/class/history/faculty-and-staff/horne_g/ Music by AwareNess: https://awareness0…
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This episode of the Music Talkshow is on the complex theme of music-making in prisons. IMV researchers Áine Mangaoang and Lucy Cathcart Frödén share tracks written or recorded in prisons in Norway, Iceland and Ireland, and discuss connections between music-making, identity and mental health, and the role music and shared creative processes could pl…
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T Storm Heter on the Sonic Gaze, White Listening, and Jazz The Sonic Gaze: https://rowman.com/ISBN/9781538162613/The-Sonic-Gaze-Jazz-Whiteness-and-Racialized-Listening https://esu4.academia.edu/TStormHeter IG: https://www.instagram.com/stormheter/?hl=en Music by AwareNess: https://awareness0.bandcamp.com/ Please support the podcast on Patreon: http…
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Paul Russell On His Hit Single "Lil Boo Thang," What Fans Can Expect Next & More! Listen to Paul Russell 's music on iHeartRadio! https://www.iheart.com/artist/paul-ru... Follow Our Digital Host Emily Curl! Instagram - http://bit.ly/2TBfyfo Twitter - http://bit.ly/2IeNnOj Facebook - http://bit.ly/2TwIwwY ------------------------------ Check out my …
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Aladdin Yasmine Theme Song | Version - 5 | Aladdin - Naam Toh Suna Hoga | New Music Talks Friday (Aladdin Naam Toh Suna Hoga - Season 4 coming soon) #aladdin #alasmine #antsh #yasmine #alasmine #siddharthnigam #ashisingh #badavathshashank #aladdinnaamtohsunahoga #aladdinseason4 #aladdinseason3 #aladdinseason4comingsoon #bgmindia #bgmlovers #india #…
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In this episode of The Music Talkshow, our music researchers Veronika Muchitsch and Mirjana Plath are chatting about popular music cultures of the 20th and 21st centuries. We’re discussing pride music, technology, and stylistic changes through time. On top of fascinating research, you can enjoy music from 1874 to 2023. Even football fans get their …
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Words from Chinese ancient poems... Captivating notes in Chinese traditional music... A symphony of culture and history that will touch your heart and stir your soul... Will Hangzhou, the heart of China's poetic heritage, now a city of sportsmanship and unity, leave you inspired and enchanted? Join the Hangzhou Rendezvous with Music Talks on Mid-Au…
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In this episode, we journey through the majestic realms of China’s ancient Bianzhong Bells, which are grand percussion instruments dating back to the 11th century BC. Join us to uncover the bells’ extraordinary design, dual-tone capabilities, and their role in unveiling the rich tapestry of China’s musical and ceremonial culture.…
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ここ数ヶ月のRyu Matsuyamaの評価爆上がり案件を振り返り、ビバラロックとフジロック出演や亀田誠治さんに直接連絡をもらい日比谷音楽祭に出演したエピソードや、スピッツとの共演にドキドキしつつ、今後の音楽フェスのあり方の可能性や曲が書けない?悩みなどもしれっと晒すRyu Matsuyamaの進化の予兆を熱々のままお届けする新たな神回爆誕! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ongaku1/message
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Fotocredit: Frode Larsen / Nasjonalmuseet / UiO UiO research center RITMO's postdoctoral fellow Dr. Remy Martin and doctoral fellow Martin Pleiß took this episode as an opportunity to stroll through one of Oslo’s most prominent places for experiencing art - the national museum of Norway. They do not simply look around, but pay attention to how we u…
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In this episode, we dive into the distinctive music of the Yi people, the sixth largest ethnic minority in China. In 2019, two Gen-Z musicians, Ji'er Chisha and Liu Junlin, embarked on a journey to the Yi ethnic areas in Sichuan and Yunnan provinces to collect folk songs. In March, 2023, they released an album featuring a collection of songs with s…
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Our guest today is Liao Nini, a guqin enthusiast, a teacher and also an online influencer who has been actively promoting the ancient Chinese zither over the past decade. With a history of over 3,000 years, the guqin is one of the oldest plucked instruments in China. Apart from her proficiency in the guqin, she is also skilled in playing the guzhen…
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良質な楽曲を生み出し続けるバンドGOOD BYE APRILの倉品翔 が「ネオ・ニューミュージック」と先人たちの素晴らしいポップスについてRyu Matsuyamaと藤田琢己と大いに語らいました。J-POPとは、そしてここ数年耳にし続けているシティポップとは一体音楽を作る当事者にとってどういうものなのか、、作り手側からの解釈と展望の大放談は必聴です!!! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ongaku1/message
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Trust Kids Mixtape ft. Grouded Futures I want to thank carla joy bergman and Liam for collaborating on this show and mixtape, please check out their amazing podcast: https://groundedfutures.com/ Another one of our collaborations is Listening House Media: https://www.listeninghousemedia.com/ Trust Kids! Stories on Youth Autonomy and Confronting Adul…
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Sosiale medier er over alt, også i musikklivet. I den neste episoden av The Music Talkshow prater doktorgradsstipendiat Eirik Jacobsen om sin forskning på sosiale mediers påvirkning på uavhengig musikkultur. Hør hans samtale med musikerne Dionisia Fjelldalen fra bandet MÍO og Janos Andersson fra bandet Janos. Social media is everywhere, also in mus…
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Duanwu Festival, better known as the Dragon Boat Festival, falls on June 22 this year. With a history of over 2,000 years, it's celebrated annually on the fifth day of the fifth month on the Chinese lunar calendar. To mark this special occasion, we invite several young musicians from across the country to share with us how the festival is reflected…
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In this episode, we are joined by a music producer and DJ from Shanghai who goes by the name M3SSIAH. Considered one of the early pioneers of China's electronic music scene, the musician trailblazed a style known as China Epic EDM by blending traditional Chinese elements and symphony into electronic music. Today, the artist brings us several pieces…
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In this episode, we introduce a lesser-known musical treasure from ancient China called the xun. Also known as the Chinese ocarina, it's a vessel flute that is often made of clay and is shaped like a pear with multiple holes dotted on the surface. Over the past decades, a number of artists have endeavored to bring the ancient gem back to life, with…
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