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Tag Archives: music
On this episode of All the Cool Parts, Anthony chats with return guest Brad Wells, Director of vocal super group Roomful of Teeth. We talk about their new album Render, their present and future projects, and much more. Join us for our in depth discussion of the music and the composers!
Join Anthony and his guests, percussion ensemble Clocks in Motion, as they discuss and listen to music from their brand new CD titled “Escape Velocity”. We discuss music by Marc Mellits, Herbert Brun, Filippo Santoro, John Jeffrey Gibbens and Charles Wuorinen. Check out one of the youngest and most dedicated percussion ensembles in the United States right now!
Join Anthony with his very special guest co-host, SoundNotion’s own David MacDonald, as they discuss and listen to Frederick Rzewski’s monumental set of variations The People United Will Never Be Defeated. Discover one of the most influential and important works for the piano written in the 20th century, performed by the amazing pianist Marc-Andre Hamelin. Then, let us know what you think!
Join us for episode 35 of All the Cool Parts where we dive in to Hilary Hahn’s CD In 27 Pieces – her magnum opus of new encores for violin and piano. We explore six new excerpts of music by composers David Lang, Avner Dorman, Einojuhani Rautavaara, Kala Ramnath, Tina Davidson, and Elliott Sharp.
This time on All the Cool Parts, I have a very interesting and candid conversation with Brad Wells. We talk about his vocal group Roomful of Teeth, the music on their amazing debut album, and about all of the incredible things that have happened to them over the past year. Plus, Cyndi Lauper called them “Teethful of Awesome.” So you know, there’s that.