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The Movers and Makers Podcast
78 minutes | Jul 3, 2021
Ep. 19: Matt Dixon – Chocolatier
Portrait Interview of Matt Dixon, an American chocolatier currently based in Washington D.C. Visit this page to view some cool photos of Matt. The music played during this episode is: "Twirl" by Zooxanthellae "Observer" by Pompeii Graffiti "Goblin King" by DoubleSpeak
65 minutes | Feb 16, 2021
Ep. 18: Ridikkuluz – Visual Artist
Portrait Interview of Ridikkuluz, a Jordanian-American visual artist and dancer currently based in New York City. Visit this page to view numbered artworks discussed during the episode. The music played during this episode is The Chaâbi Ha by Lazy Flow.
86 minutes | Aug 29, 2020
Ep. 17: Johnny Farraj – Percussionist, Author
Portrait Interview of the Palestinian-Lebanese percussionist Johnny Farraj, currently based in New York City. We talked about his life, the Arabic music scene in the US, his new book Inside Arabic Music, published through Oxford University Press, and more. Visit Johnny's website www.maqamworld.com and check out his book for a great dive into the diverse and intricate world of Arabic music. The music played during this episode is: 1. Arabic Percussion Solo from a concert with Syrian Songstress Gaida at (Le) Poisson Rouge with the following percussionists: Zafer Tawil on Arabic tabla, Johnny Farraj on riq, Tareq Abboushi on daf, and Tony De Vivo on congas. 2. Umm Kulthum performing Al Atlal ("The Ruins") live at the Olympia Theatre in Paris, November 1967. 3. Lebanese Folkloric Song Aataba 4. Simon Shaheen – Rast Taqsim on the Oud 5. Arabic Percussion Solo – same as in no. 1 6. Performance by singer Wajdi Ayoub accompanied by many local Arab musicians at New York's Roulette Theatre, including Johnny Farraj performing on the riq.
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