13 episodes

Taking Note is a music podcast by Scottish fiddle/piano duo Charlie Grey and Joseph Peach. 
Each episode features a unique collaboration and conversation with a guest artist from across worlds of folk, classical, jazz and electronica. The podcast is a celebration of new music, creative processes, and a wide range of artistic voices. 
The guest artists - friends, colleagues, musical heroes, are asked to bring the seed of an idea to the table. Over the course of a day-long writing session, this was developed into a complete piece of new, collaborative music. Each writing session and the new music created then became a podcast episode
The podcast allows the listener the rare perspective of becoming a fly on the wall of the rehearsal room. It is an invitation into that process of collaboration, where conversation and ideas become new music, as well as a chance to hear the end results.
Support: Please consider supporting the podcast by subscribing on Bandcamp
Links: Website | Facebook | Instagram | Bandcamp | Streaming
Credits: Recorded by Joseph Peach; Mixed, Mastered and Produced by Owen Sinclair; Artwork by Darragh Quinn
With support from: Creative Scotland, the Marchus Trust and Britten Pears Arts



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Taking Note Charlie Grey and Joseph Peach

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    • 5.0 • 5 Ratings

Taking Note is a music podcast by Scottish fiddle/piano duo Charlie Grey and Joseph Peach. 
Each episode features a unique collaboration and conversation with a guest artist from across worlds of folk, classical, jazz and electronica. The podcast is a celebration of new music, creative processes, and a wide range of artistic voices. 
The guest artists - friends, colleagues, musical heroes, are asked to bring the seed of an idea to the table. Over the course of a day-long writing session, this was developed into a complete piece of new, collaborative music. Each writing session and the new music created then became a podcast episode
The podcast allows the listener the rare perspective of becoming a fly on the wall of the rehearsal room. It is an invitation into that process of collaboration, where conversation and ideas become new music, as well as a chance to hear the end results.
Support: Please consider supporting the podcast by subscribing on Bandcamp
Links: Website | Facebook | Instagram | Bandcamp | Streaming
Credits: Recorded by Joseph Peach; Mixed, Mastered and Produced by Owen Sinclair; Artwork by Darragh Quinn
With support from: Creative Scotland, the Marchus Trust and Britten Pears Arts



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    I Duncan Chisholm: Flow

    I Duncan Chisholm: Flow

    Duncan Chisholm is one of Scotland’s most recognised and accomplished fiddle players and composers; Duncan’s music contains the rarest of chemistries, a glorious combination of invention, tenderness and passion. Born and brought up near Inverness in the Highlands of Scotland, Duncan has spent most of his life developing his unique musical voice. Fiddle playing at its best, Duncan’s feather-light handling of dynamics and ornamentation, allied with his pure-distilled tone, lend his characteristic spine-tingling magic to his music.
    Winner of the 2018 Scots Trad Music Awards ‘Album of the Year’ for his latest studio album Sandwood, Duncan creates music which is sumptuously layered and awash with dazzling colours, textures and rhythms. It is music that requires no introductions or programme notes to carry you on its journey. The sound may be traditional but this is 21st Century traditional music which is sophisticated, exhilarating and meltingly beautiful.
    Duncan’s well-established musical career has taken him throughout the UK, Europe and the USA, both through his solo work and while playing with other musicians and bands.
    With such a personal interest in and connection to the Highland landscape that so deeply inspires him, Duncan has worked hard to instil great pride and passion into recording musical masterpieces influenced by Scotland’s wild places.
    “My creative world widens with each passing year and the possibilities for self-expression are limitless. Enjoy the music.” Duncan Chisholm.
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    • 39 min
    II Josie Duncan: Relief - Part I

    II Josie Duncan: Relief - Part I

    Josie’s original songs were receiving airtime on Radio 2 before she even left university, and by the time she had graduated from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, audiences at festivals all over the world, from festival stages in Australia to basements in Glasgow, had come to recognise her as a vital figure within Scottish folk music.
    The intervening years have led her to become an expert in crafting heart-warming songs which delicately balance traditional idioms and a contemporary outlook. Her own band offers a rich listening experience where captivating and melancholic vocal harmonies melt effortlessly into upbeat, searing melodies.
    Josie’s Links:
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    • 39 min
    III Josie Duncan: Relief - Part II

    III Josie Duncan: Relief - Part II

    Josie’s original songs were receiving airtime on Radio 2 before she even left university, and by the time she had graduated from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, audiences at festivals all over the world, from festival stages in Australia to basements in Glasgow, had come to recognise her as a vital figure within Scottish folk music.
    The intervening years have led her to become an expert in crafting heart-warming songs which delicately balance traditional idioms and a contemporary outlook. Her own band offers a rich listening experience where captivating and melancholic vocal harmonies melt effortlessly into upbeat, searing melodies.
    Josie’s Links:
    Website | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | Bandcamp
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    • 20 min
    IV Quee MacArthur: Superlative

    IV Quee MacArthur: Superlative

    Quee is one of the most creative people we know. We first met and worked with him making music for an outdoor theatre show in the woods in the North East of Scotland, and have been lucky to continue hanging out and playing together since. 
    He’s a member of acid-croft legends Shooglenifty, and a composer of music and soundscapes for dance and theatre.
    Quee’s Links:
    Website | Bandcamp
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    • 56 min
    V Charlie and Joe: Spiorachas - Part I

    V Charlie and Joe: Spiorachas - Part I

    Last year, we released our fourth album, titled Spiorachas - A High Place. We wrote and recorded it in the winter, the quiet of the world around us gave us time and space of mind to really get into the music, to find ways of playing as freely and honestly as we could - chasing these qualities that define our music-making together.
    For these episodes we thought we’d do a listen through of the album, with some introductions to and background about the music on there. 
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    • 46 min
    VI Charlie and Joe: Spiorachas - Part II

    VI Charlie and Joe: Spiorachas - Part II

    Last year, we released our fourth album, titled Spiorachas - A High Place. We wrote and recorded it in the winter, the quiet of the world around us gave us time and space of mind to really get into the music, to find ways of playing as freely and honestly as we could - chasing these qualities that define our music-making together.
    For these episodes we thought we’d do a listen through of the album, with some introductions to and background about the music on there. 
    Website | Facebook | Instagram | Bandcamp
    Please consider supporting the podcast by subscribing on Bandcamp


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    • 50 min

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