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Sticky Notes is a classical music podcast for everyone, whether you are just getting interested in classical music for the first time, or if you've been listening to it and loving it all your life. Interviews with great artists, in depth looks at pieces in the repertoire, and both basic and deep dives into every era of music. Classical music is absolutely for everyone, so let's start listening! Note - Seasons 1-5 will be returning over the next year. They have been taken down in order to be ...
 
Real, Raw, Relevant...Canadian Music Makers from the 1960s-1990s share it all...song creation, the highs (and lows) of the biz, fans, family, what they're up to now and a life lesson or two learned along the way. Here's your 'fly on the wall' moment, a chance to catch revealing insights into the person behind the music in a casual, laid back manner. Also, the audio quality sometimes gets rough around the edges. Nothing over produced here. Just real, raw engaging talk. .
 
You’ve got questions about sacred music? Here’s your chance to learn what the Church teaches and envisions for music in the sacred liturgy. Welcome to Square Notes: The Sacred Music Podcast with your host Dr. Jennifer Donelson-Nowicka. We address topics of interest both to priests and liturgical musicians, as well as a general audience of Catholics interested in learning more about the Catholic Church’s teachings and treasury of sacred music. Our topics range from discussion of Church docume ...
 
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Imagine writing a concerto that prompted Beethoven to remark to a friend: “we’ll never be able to write anything like that. Or a piece that prompted Brahms to call it: “a masterpiece of art, full of inspiration and ideas.” Or had scholars and musicologists raving, saying things like: "not only the most sublime of the whole series but also one of th…
 
Myles Goodwyn is the iconic singer, guitarist, producer, leader and songwriter of the multi-Platinum selling rock band April Wine. In this chat with Dan Hare, Myles talks about: why he turned to music at the age of 11; his best selling book and why he wrote it; how he began producing April Wine records; the ups and downs of recording and touring in…
 
A leading expert in the work and approach to singing chant of Dom Eugène Cardine, Dr. Edward Schaefer (Collegium Sanctorum Angelorum) joins us to discuss the basics of semiology, the older styles of neumes, and how reading from these neumes can inform our singing of Gregorian chant. To learn more about Dr. Schaefer, please visit: https://www.edward…
 
Today I’ve got a pretty special show for you. It’s set up in two parts, with the first part featuring an interview, and the second part will be a more typical Sticky Notes analysis of a specific piece. Why did I set up the show this way this week? Well, I had the opportunity a few months ago to work with an extraordinary scholar and musician, Dr. S…
 
What are the limits of music in conveying meaning? Can one "do theology" musically? Join Dr. Robert Sholl (Royal Academy of Music) as we discuss Olivier Messiaen's search for a musical language which could convey the truths of the Catholic faith. Learn more about Dr. Sholl here: https://www.ram.ac.uk/people/robert-sholl Check out Dr. Sholl's work o…
 
Rolf Hennemann is a retired, iconic sound engineer/producer who has earned two Juno nominations and more than 30 international Gold and Platinum Records. In this chat with Dan Hare, Rolf shares: how he went from knowing nothing about music to becoming head studio manager and chief engineer in just three years; the experience of engineering classic …
 
Focusing firstly on the Psalms of Sunday vespers, Dr. Mahrt takes us through a tour of the Psalms and their antiphon pairings and how this helps us to understand the typological fulfillment of the Psalms in Christ, as well as the feasts of the liturgical year. We discuss the four senses of scripture and how singing the Divine Office opens up the me…
 
Mahler once said this to Bruno Walter, his protege and great advocate of Mahler’s works: "What one makes music from is still the whole—that is the feeling, thinking, breathing, suffering, human being” You could almost just stop there with the last movement of Mahler 9. This is music so full of feeling, thinking, breathing, suffering, but also of al…
 
What can a parish music director take away from historical research in terms of performance practice? Join Prof. Charles Weaver (Juilliard, CUNY) as we discuss phrasing, rhythm, vibrato, pitch, tuning, and other issues which inform the performance of Renaissance polyphony. To learn more about Prof. Weaver's work, please visit: https://www.juilliard…
 
Andres del Castillo was the singer/songwriter for the Juno-nominated and widely popular band Eight Seconds, best known for the hit song 'Kiss You (When It's Dangerous)'. In this chat with Dan Hare, Andres reveals: why the band choice the name Eight Seconds; how winning a contest kicked off their career.; the surreal aspect of having THEE Rupert Hin…
 
We can learn so much from listening to the experiences of others, and this is particularly true when it comes to starting a new job, or just getting started in a professional field. Join us for this episode as we discuss training and formative experiences that help church musicians start off on the right foot in a new job or in the field more gener…
 
The search for new styles or canons of artistic expression in the liturgy throughout the 19th and 20th centuries produced varied results, with some styles possessing little beauty or appropriateness for the sacred liturgy, while others captured something timeless and beautiful while utilizing a modern artistic grammar. The Beuron School, centered a…
 
Looking for some great new repertoire for your parish choir? Join Dr. Aaron James from the Toronto Oratory as we discuss resources and tips for building up a body of pieces that your choir can sing well, and his suggestions for a few lesser-known motets that work well with amateur choirs. Check out the YouTube page of the Toronto Oratory here: http…
 
It's easy to forget that Mahler, for all of his ubiquitous success nowadays, was much better known as a conductor during his life than as a composer. He had basically one major success in his compositional career: a performance of his 8th symphony in Munich in 1910 that finally seemed to give him the approval he craved from the audience. But for mu…
 
Drew Arnott is the vocalist, keyboard player, percussionist and songwriter for the '80s Juno nominated, esoteric and weird, new wave band Strange Advance. In this chat with Dan Hare, Drew talks about: how a high school band program kept him sane; running lights for Sweeney Todd; the challenges of making records and music videos; why he didn’t want …
 
Secular Music at Mass? In looking at how to deal with this issue now, it's important to understand how the Church and composers dealt with this issue in the past. Join us for an interview with Prof. Andrew Kirkman (University of Birmingham, Binchois Consort) as we look at the use of secular tunes in polyphonic masses of the 15th and early 16th cent…
 
Remember where we ended in the first movement of Mahler's 9th symphony? After a 27 minute farewell which touched on the two poles of rage and acceptance, while filling in every conceivable emotion in between, we ended in total peace, calm, and acceptance . There is a lot about this symphony that is traditional - it has four movements, it's tonal(fo…
 
George Belanger is lead vocalist for the hugely popular ‘80s band Harlequin known for such hits as "Superstitious Feeling" and "Innocence". Host Dan Hare talks with George at length about: growing up in Winnipeg and that city’s early music scene; joining Harlequin; how the band was ‘discovered’ and recording some of their biggest hits; why they wen…
 
Are you interested in planning a really great event to introduce people to sacred music? This is the episode for you. We talk with Janet Gorbitz, General Manager of the Church Music Association of America, about the big idea behind an event, as well as the nuts and bolts of planning a successful workshop. Janet's project-planning booklet: https://s…
 
Join us for our season opener as we discuss leadership, service, formation, and what the word "pastoral" really means with the Archbishop of San Francisco, Salvatore J. Cordileone. For more information on the graduate summer sacred music program at St. Joseph's Seminary, visit https://www.dunwoodie.edu/dunwoodie-music-classes…
 
Greg Fraser was the founder and lead guitarist for the Juno nominated ‘80s rock band Brighton Rock. In this chat with Dan Hare Greg shares: how he learned to play guitar; the realities of touring, recording, and the dirtier side of the biz; the power (and cost) of ‘80s music videos; what he would have done differently, and info. on his new band Sto…
 
Two events, occurring on the same day, drove Mahler to the brink. His daughter Maria died at the age of just 4, and Mahler himself was diagnosed with a heart condition that would prove to be fatal. He became consumed even more so than he ever was before with the idea of death, the afterlife, and all the philosophical trials and travails that came w…
 
Roy Forbes (previously known as known BIM) is one of Canada’s best known and best loved songwriters and performing artists. He is also a producer, film composer, songwriting mentor, radio host and popular music historian of 78 RPM records. In this chat with host Dan Hare Roy shares: how a kid from Dawson Creek B.C. ended up in the Vancouver music s…
 
Shostakovich is one of the easiest composers to do podcasts about because his life and his music is full of such incredible stories. But as easy as it is, it's also complicated. Shostakovich's music is sometimes heard as a musical history book, a testament, which it often is, but we should never lose sight of the fact that Shostakovich was a compos…
 
Singer/songwriter, producer, author, Grammy winner and Five time Juno winner Dan Hill has known he would have a career in music since the time he was 3 years old. In this in depth chat Dan shares: how he felt at age 19 when icons Harry Belafonte and Jose Feliciano wanted to record his songs; the impact of Bruce Cockburn and American jazz on his son…
 
Barber’s Adagio seems to access a deep well of sadness, heartache, passion, and nostalgia in the listener that is very difficult to explain. As dozens of commentators have noted, there is nothing in particular in the piece which is particularly remarkable. There are no great harmonic innovations, no formal surprises, nothing NEW, at all. In fact, t…
 
Dan chats with Canadian music journalist Bob Klanac, author of ‘Promo Man: Backstage Tales From the Vinyl Jungle’, and that promo man himself, Nick Panaseiko. Bob and Nick share a few stories from the book and Nick’s incredible life as a music promoter including: how, as a 17 year old, Nick began booking big name acts such as Gene Pitney; putting a…
 
There are many reasons why Schubert’s Unfinished Symphony remains a mystery to this day - the literally unfinished form, the unusual way of the symphony's emergencee into public consciousness, and probably most importantly, the character of the music itself, which seems to inhabit a different realm altogether, whether in its brooding first movement…
 
Tom Lavin is guitar, vocals, front man and founding member of the Legendary Powder Blues, the 1981 Juno award-winner for best new band. Over the course of his career, he has been a performer, writer, arranger, composer, publisher, manager, and educator. As a record producer, Tom has over a dozen gold, and platinum records for Powder Blues, Prism, A…
 
Brahms’ two piano concertos could not possibly be any more different. The first, written when Brahms was just 25, is dramatic, stormy, and impulsive. This makes sense seeing at it was written practically as a direct response to the attempted suicide of his friend and mentor Robert Schumann. The second, written 22 years later when Brahms was a seaso…
 
Graham Shaw is a composer, singer/songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, Juno award-winner and founder of the band The Sincere Serenaders. In this raw chat with host Dan Hare Graham talks about: the early Winnipeg music scene and replacing Burton Cummings in The Devon’s; what stable career he left to pursue music; why he refused to ‘dump’ his band; his…
 
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