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The Universal Language Project is a music-centric multi-arts concert series dedicated to generating new music for the 21st century. Each episode will feature a 20' interview with the composer to gain insight into their creative intentions and artistic process followed by a recording of the new work - often from the premiere, live and unedited in all its glory. The Universal Language Project is a program of Common Tone Arts, a non-profit arts organization dedicated to creating positive change for our diverse world through music and arts education. This podcast is produced in partnership with Second Inversion.

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The Universal Language Project is a music-centric multi-arts concert series dedicated to generating new music for the 21st century. Each episode will feature a 20' interview with the composer to gain insight into their creative intentions and artistic process followed by a recording of the new work - often from the premiere, live and unedited in all its glory. The Universal Language Project is a program of Common Tone Arts, a non-profit arts organization dedicated to creating positive change for our diverse world through music and arts education. This podcast is produced in partnership with Second Inversion.

    Ep. 03 - Stephen Michael Newby - "Prayer Song"

    Ep. 03 - Stephen Michael Newby - "Prayer Song"

    Dr. Stephen Michael Newby is a composer, conductor, gospel/jazz vocalist, and pianist. A native of Detroit, MI, Newby’s music might be described as a brilliant mergence of the best tools of the 20th century with his background in gospel music.He received his Bachelor of Arts in vocal music education and flute performance from Madonna University, a Master of Music in jazz composition and arranging from the University of Massachusetts in Amherst, and a Doctorate of Musical Arts in composition from The University of Michigan, where he served as Assistant Professor of Composition and Computer Arts.  He is currently Associate Professor of Music at Seattle Pacific University.

    Are we singing our prayers? Can music assist with engaging the mind and the heart toward a mature prayer life? As I studied theologian Theophan and the Recluse's work entitled "the art of prayer," I wanted to write a piece that would respond to the notion of prayer as song. Hence, this work is a type of prayer. It moves from a 6/8 groove in the strings to a melodic pensive response in the trumpet and voice. Music engages the bodily senses and when we take those same sensibilities and turn them to prayer we connect deeply with the Wise Creator. This piece is dedicated to my friends Brian Chin and Phil Kristianson—enjoy the prayer journey—play the music and pray the prayers.  ~ Stephen Newby
    Universal Language Project Orchestra
    Cherié Hughes, Soprano
    Brian Chin, Trumpet

    Recorded at First Free Methodist Church in Seattle, WA. May, 2012
    Recorded by Ron Haight
    Podcast Produced by Cody Kilpatrick and Brian Chin
    ULP Podcast Music: Caleb Parker. Produced by Cody Kilpatrick.

     

    Ep. 02 - Wayne Horvitz - "Stammer for Tori"

    Ep. 02 - Wayne Horvitz - "Stammer for Tori"

    The Universal Language Project is a music-centric multi-arts concert series dedicated to generating new music for the 21st century. Each episode will feature a 20' interview with the composer to gain insight into their creative intentions and artistic process followed by a recording of the new work - often from the premiere, live and unedited in all its glory. The Universal Language Project is a program of Common Tone Arts, a non-profit arts organization dedicated to creating positive change for our diverse world through music and arts education. This podcast is produced in partnership with Second Inversion of Classical KING FM in Seattle.

    • 40 min
    Ep. 01 - Jovino S. Neto - "Saci"

    Ep. 01 - Jovino S. Neto - "Saci"

    The Universal Language Project is a music-centric multi-arts concert series dedicated to generating new music for the 21st century. Each episode will feature a 20' interview with the composer to gain insight into their creative intentions and artistic process followed by a recording of the new work - often from the premiere, live and unedited in all its glory. The Universal Language Project is a program of Common Tone Arts, a non-profit arts organization dedicated to creating positive change for our diverse world through music and arts education. This podcast is produced in partnership with Second Inversion of Classical KING FM in Seattle.

    • 48 min

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