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9 minutes | Aug 22, 2021
Episode 14: Was Glenn Gould Right About Concerts?
I’m trying out something new today and talking about one of my favorite musicians. Was he right about the future of music performance as well as music media? Here is the link to his presentation of “On the Prospects of Recording”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UHOYic7Q0Wo&t=266s If you want a free lesson, or for any other inquiries and comment please send me an email at email@example.com ! More info in this video: https://youtu.be/FqaqL-KF2RE Follow Josh.V.Music on: •instagram – https://www.instagram.com/josh.v.music/ •facebook – https://www.facebook.com/fb.josh.v.music/ Other clip sources Glenn Gould listens to & edits English Suite 1 Bourrees: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=py6LV0KAxr4&t=9s Glenn Gould Records Sarabande from English Suite 1 in A: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2t2dZ99l8q4 Glenn Gould – The Idea of North – Part 1 (OFFICIAL): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=szgnGV4hOKU&t=245s Glenn Gould – Off the Record: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pL9YjM1BqgY&t=1204s Glenn Gould – Bach, Prelude & Fugue IX in E-major: Praeludium (OFFICIAL): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ml7pbMQA7AU Glenn Gould and Humphrey Burton on Bach – Part 1 (OFFICIAL): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oy-CuRE1TXk&t=7s Glenn Gould – On the Record: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g0MZrnuSGGg&t=180s バッハ（Bach) ゴールドベルク変奏曲（Goldberg Variations ） イタリア協奏曲 パルティータ第４番 解説付き 他 グレン・グールド (Glenn Gould ）: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iho1yS2EPJI&t=4708s Glenn Gould and Leonard Bernstein: Bach’s Keyboard Concerto No. 1 (I) in D minor (BWV 1052): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ZX_XCYokQo&t=18s Vladimir Horowitz: I’m absolutely against piano competitions!: https://fb.watch/7uCAuD5VpG/ Josh.V.Music · Between Movements Podcast Ep. 14: Was Glenn Gould Right About Concerts?
21 minutes | Mar 31, 2021
Episode 13: The Rise and Fall of Classical Improvisation, Pt. 1
Today I talk more on the topic of classical improvisation and read through the first chapter of my dissertation “The Rise and Fall of Piano Improvisation in Western Classical Music: Why Today’s Piano Students Should be Learning to Improvise.” Link to full dissertation text: https://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc1703338/ Josh.V.Music · Between Movements Podcast Ep. 12: What is Good Piano Technique?
17 minutes | Mar 2, 2021
Episode 12: What is Good Piano Technique?
What is good piano technique, and how does one achieve it? In this podcast I discuss two general schools of thought when it comes to piano technique. Which of them is correct? Learn more about it on this episode! Josh.V.Music · Between Movements Podcast Ep. 12: What is Good Piano Technique?
11 minutes | May 30, 2020
Episode 11: Why Should Classical Musicians Learn Improvisation?
Improvisation is rarely taught to classical musicians, and is seldom seen during performances. Instead we are expected to read or play memorized music straight from the text, while musicians in other fields like jazz are the ones improvising. So why should we care? Here are a few compelling reasons… Here are the two scientific studies that I reference in the episode: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/309310236_The_improvisatory_approach_to_classical_music_performance_An_empirical_investigation_into_its_characteristics_and_impact https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fpsyg.2018.01341/full Josh.V.Music · Between Movements Podcast Ep. 11: Why Should Classical Musicians Learn Improvisation?
14 minutes | May 22, 2020
Episode 10: 4 Musical Concepts I Wish I Knew as a Younger Musician
Do you ever wish that you could go back in time and teach your younger self how to practice more effectively? Unfortunately time travel is still not a viable option, but we can live and learn. These are some tips I have learned over the years and hopefully they can help you as well! Josh.V.Music · Between Movements Podcast Ep. 10: 4 Concepts I wish I knew as a Younger Musician
24 minutes | Apr 30, 2020
Episode 9: Why Don’t Classical Musicians Improvise?
Growing up, I was involved in a variety of musical styles and genres, so improvising was something I learned to do simply by being around other musicians who improvised as well. However when I went to college for music, I found that most classical musicians never learn the art of improvisation. This eventually became the subject matter for my DMA dissertation. Josh.V.Music · Between Movements Podcast Ep. 9: Why Don’t Classical Musicians Improvise?
33 minutes | Apr 9, 2020
Episode 8: Working at the Bach Archive in Leipzig with Edward Hamrock
If you are a lover of JS Bach then this one is for you! In this episode I talk with pianist and musicologist, Edward Hamrock, about his studies at several conservatories and universities in Germany, as well as his time spent working and researching at the Bach Archive in Leipzig. His work was recently published by Google Arts and Culture and can be found at https://artsandculture.google.com/partner/bach-archiv-leipzig?fbclid=IwAR2F5R22vM1-hAz6Vuv-zoYV318PZbLabGmHZQjVqCgEPdoeiOOuQb-DNGc. He is currently working on an English translation of a biography on Johann Sebastian Bach.
17 minutes | Mar 28, 2020
Episode 7: Why I Don’t Practice Scales
I discuss a very controversial position that I hold regarding scale practice at the piano. Before you dismiss the position simply based on the title, I explain exactly what I mean, how I came to my conclusions, the times when scales are appropriate, and why I don’t currently practice them.
48 minutes | Feb 25, 2020
Episode 6: Musicians and Identity Part II: INFJ edition with Megan Stapleton
Soprano Megan Stapleton joins me for the first ever live video recorded Between Movements Podcast! We discuss what it means to be a musician in today’s world, along with delving into topics like teaching, university, performance, the Myers-Briggs Personality spectrum (MBTI) and what it’s like to be INFJ’s in the music industry. If you don’t know what any of that means then you’ll learn some new information so stay tuned! Check out Megan’s website at meganstapleton.com
66 minutes | Dec 12, 2019
Episode 5: What Do Conductors Actually Do? with Dr. David Galant
A question that I have heard over and over as a musician is: what do conductors actually do? Well I have an expert on the program to help shed some light on this topic. Dr. David Galant is the Music Director of the University Symphony Orchestra at Creighton University, Nebraska. He has conducted at music festivals including the Dohnányi Conducting Academy in Hungary, the International Institute for Conductors in Bulgaria, the Prague Summer Nights Young Artists Festival in the Czech Republic, the Miami Music Festival in Florida, and the Wintergreen Summer Music Festival in Virginia. Guest conducting appearances include the Charleston Symphony, Vidin State Philharmonic Orchestra, Dohnányi Orchestra, Klassische Philharmonie, Czech Philharmonic, Prague Symphony, Boulder Chamber Orchestra, and Holland Symphony.
63 minutes | Oct 23, 2019
Episode 4: Life as a Touring Classical Musician
What is it like to be a full time classical musician who tours around the world? Virtuoso bassist Dominik Wagner answers this question. Dominik is only in his early 20s but has already one one of the world’s major bass competitions, and has performed, recorded and taught around the world. Hear some of his unique perspectives on music as well as a few recent recordings on this episode of Between Movements.
43 minutes | Sep 11, 2019
Episode 3: Music and Identity
Have you ever felt like you weren’t sure if you didn’t fit in? Or wondered if you took the right thing? Well you’re not alone, and there are answers to these questions! In this episode I talk with NYC based musician Tony Park about his experiences as a professional clarinetist in the busiest city in America. We discuss some hot button topics of ethnic identity and cultural appropriation in classical music and how we have navigated those issues in our lives. Also included are two tracks featuring Tony on clarinet.
35 minutes | Aug 28, 2019
Episode 2: Music in the City of Angels
In this episode I talk to Adam Perez-van Vleet, a Los Angeles based musician and sound engineer who has played in a variety of genres and musical settings. We discuss DAWs, Patreon, and the drug cartel’s influence on music.
20 minutes | Aug 27, 2019
Episode 1: The Goal
In this first episode I talk to musician and entrepreneur Ryan King. We discuss his creation of a trumpet academy, as well as my ideas for a musician’s trade school.
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