49 minutes | Sep 2nd 2019

Mile of Music Festival Part 1: Cultivating An Inclusive View Of Local Music

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We were delighted to discover the Mile Of Music Festival, which curates international music workshops alongside concerts of Americana and Folk music. Several of the Americana acts were imported nationwide and even internationally, but all of the international music is taught by people from within their small Appleton community. So which music is ‘local’?? We attended this 3 day festival, attended the workshops and spoke with the organizers to fully understand the blurring of this dichotomy.

 

Here's a link to every Musical Mention in this episode:

0:01 Mile of Music Festival 0:58 Appleton, WI, USA 1:08 The World Music Foundation 1:30 Brazilian Samba Drumming 1:33 Australian Aboriginal Didgeridoo 1:35 Balinese Gamelan 1:37 Native American Flute 1:39 Mariachi 1:49 Birds of Chicago 1:54 JT Nero 1:55 Allison Russell 2:08 Americana 3:28 Leila Ramagopal Pertl 3:35 Brian Pertl 3:38 Lawrence Conservatory of Music 5:36 Balinese Gamelan 5:42 Samba 5:43 Afro-Cuban 6:34 Lawrence University 6:59 Ghanaian Dancing 7:08 Australian Aboriginal Didgeridoo 8:30 Gong 8:52 Jaclyn Kottman 8:20 Samba Drumming 9:00 Yo-Yo-Ma 11:03 U.S Folk 12:27 Mariachi 13:45 Classical Violin 23:46 Ghanaian Dance 24:09 Bali 24:48 Americana 24:49 Bluegrass 24:50 Gospel 28:22 Appleton Public Montessori 28:31 Gumboot Dancing 28:33 Irish Dancing 28:34 Israeli Dancing 39:23 Kaleidoscope Concert 39:36 Wind Ensemble 39:38 Clarinet 39:57 Percussion Music 41:09 Soloist 45:51 Cory Chisel 45:52 Dave Willems

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