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The way we listen to music is highly determined by our predominant musical exposure during our youth. Tuning system, rhythm, form, timbre, ornaments, are all unconsciously assimilated, shaping how we will pay attention when listening.

The adult ear misses many of the subtleties of radically new musical input. Whether that is flamenco, opera, Carnatic music, Javanese gamelan, spectralism: the first times we really listen, our attention is reluctant to engage.

For curious ears this is an attractive challenge. Their intuition tells them: there must be something precious behind that first layer of sound I can barely follow.
What’s more: listening skills are contagious! That day you witnessed your friend crying with an opera aria; or attended a wedding where everybody clapped and danced flamenco; or joined an Arabic concert where most of the public would sigh in a thrill at certain turns of the voice.

The podcast series Curious Ears, initiated by Dutch international festival Gaudeamus Muziekweek, explores how experienced listeners can convey their sensorial background, passion and joy to a new listener.
Let’s get technical, but personal; cognitive, yet intuitive. A friend is sharing their musical intimacy with us. Enjoy.

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The way we listen to music is highly determined by our predominant musical exposure during our youth. Tuning system, rhythm, form, timbre, ornaments, are all unconsciously assimilated, shaping how we will pay attention when listening.

The adult ear misses many of the subtleties of radically new musical input. Whether that is flamenco, opera, Carnatic music, Javanese gamelan, spectralism: the first times we really listen, our attention is reluctant to engage.

For curious ears this is an attractive challenge. Their intuition tells them: there must be something precious behind that first layer of sound I can barely follow.
What’s more: listening skills are contagious! That day you witnessed your friend crying with an opera aria; or attended a wedding where everybody clapped and danced flamenco; or joined an Arabic concert where most of the public would sigh in a thrill at certain turns of the voice.

The podcast series Curious Ears, initiated by Dutch international festival Gaudeamus Muziekweek, explores how experienced listeners can convey their sensorial background, passion and joy to a new listener.
Let’s get technical, but personal; cognitive, yet intuitive. A friend is sharing their musical intimacy with us. Enjoy.

    Belarusian Suit: Sounding Souls of Belarus Pt. 2

    Belarusian Suit: Sounding Souls of Belarus Pt. 2

    Aliona Yurtsevich is an artist, composer and director born in Belarus. For our podcast series Curious Ears, she went back to her roots to paint a musical portrait of the contemporary music scene of Belarus. Listen to the introduction here: https://soundcloud.com/user-641373079/belarusian-suit-sounding-souls-of-belarus-pt-1

    BELARUSIAN SUIT: “Sounding Souls of Belarus” (2021)
    (sound collage-composition by: Aliona Yurtsevich)

    PODCAST - list of MUSIC used in podcast:

    [00:00:00]: GUDA: folk song “Yurya”
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vdep1WU7LM0&t=68s

    [00:01:30]: Yegor Zabelov: NITI VI (CD ’NITI’, 2021)
    https://soundcloud.com/yegor-zabelov-1/sets/yegor-zabelov-niti

    [00:08:00]: RE1IKT: “Rana na Ivana” (CD “Braslavy”, 2019) - excerpt
    https://relikt-belarus.bandcamp.com/track/--22

    [00:11:00]: MAS (2020): Gene-1 / electronic improvisation trio
    (M.Mokrinskaya, A.Yurtsevich, S.Mokrinsky)
    https://masmusic6.bandcamp.com/releases

    [00:14:30]: Yegor Zabelov: “Afterwards” (CD ’NITI’, 2021)
    https://soundcloud.com/yegor-zabelov-1/sets/yegor-zabelov-niti

    [00:18:00]: Konstantsin Yaskou: “Ludus Mobilis_1” (by Society for the Development of New Music) - excerpt
    https://sdnm.bandcamp.com/album/ludus-mobilis

    [00:21:30]: A.A.: “Butoh” - excerpt
    https://soundcloud.com/apollinaria_a/butoh

    [00:24:30]: Aliona Yurtsevich: “SKETCH-1” (2020)
    (New Ensemble | BY: T. Marchenko, A.Shereshovets, V. Huts)

    [00:27:40]: WHITE ELEPHANT (0804) (2020):
    (A. Shereshovets, M. Mamkin)
    https://ahalaimahalai.bandcamp.com/album/white-elephant

    [00:31:20]: Sergej Pukst: “Internat School” (album “Dudki”)
    https://soundcloud.com/user4444515/sets/vviuswy8bxv6

    [00:32:40]: Viktar Siamashka & Co.: “Jabatorya” (CD “Abloha”, 2020) - excerpt
    https://viktar-siamashka-and-company.bandcamp.com/track/jabatoryja-marla-heterofobia-cvyrkuny-dula-supakoj

    [00:35:30]: A.A.: “Metal Flower (feat.mench rigo)”
    https://soundcloud.com/antina-crevasse/metal-flowerfeatmench-rigo

    [00:39:20]: Siamashka & Narushevich: “Doma-2” (CD “Pra Svajo”, 2018)
    https://viktar-siamashka-and-company.bandcamp.com/track/doma-2

    [00:42:40]: Harmash, Krugly, Minkov (live improvisation at gallery “Y”)
    http://foundamental.net/en/label/harmash-krugly-minkov/live-improvisation-at-y-gallery/

    [00:49:40]: Vitali Harmash: “Tetrapolar” (I/dex, 2003)
    http://foundamental.net/en/label/idex/tetrapolar/

    [00:58:45]: Viktar Siamashka: “Uzupio Piano”

    [01:01:00]: Sergei Pukst: “Eho Govorit” (“Eco talking”)
    https://soundcloud.com/user4444515/sets/vviuswy8bxv6

    [01:02:00]: MIO (Minsk Improvising Orchestra): Part-3
    https://soundcloud.com/minskimprovisersorchestra

    [01:05:30]: Olga Podjaiskaya: “Secretaries” (2012)
    https://www.jamendo.com/track/893130/olga-podhajska-secretaries

    [01:08:30]: WHITE ELEPHANT (2504):
    (A. Shereshovets, M. Mamkin)
    https://ahalaimahalai.bandcamp.com/album/white-elephant

    [01:11:30]: Sergei Pukst: “Rubber Bread” (“Gender Balance”)
    https://soundcloud.com/34magnet/sets/yivuubyuwifj

    [01:12:30]: Ales Tsurko: “Transliaciya” (“Transliaciya”, 2016)
    https://preservedsound.bandcamp.com/track/transliaciya

    [01:15:30]: MAS (2020): Gene-4 / electronic improvisation trio
    (M.Mokrinskaya, A.Yurtsevich, S.Mokrinsky)
    https://masmusic6.bandcamp.com/releases

    [01:20:40]: MIO (part-2)
    https://soundcloud.com/minskimprovisersorchestra

    [01:23:20]: Sergei Pukst: “Ukrasheno Belym” (Decorated with White)
    https://soundcloud.com/sergeypukst/zgpd6zrktvpp

    [01:24:30]: Ales Tsurko: The HATE (2020)
    http://preservedsound.com/ales-tsurko-the-hate.html

    [01:26:30]: Yegor Zabelov: NITI_1 (CD NITI, 2020)
    https://soundcloud.com/yegor-zabelov-1/sets/yegor-zabelov-niti

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    @This podcast is brought to you by Aliona Yurtsevich and Gaudeamus / 2021, NL
    www.alionayurtsevich.com
    https://soundcloud.com/user-251454417

    • 1 u. 30 min.
    Belarusian Suit: Sounding Souls of Belarus Pt. 1

    Belarusian Suit: Sounding Souls of Belarus Pt. 1

    Aliona Yurtsevich is an artist, composer and director born in Belarus. For our podcast series Curious Ears, she went back to her roots to paint a musical portrait of the contemporary music scene of Belarus. Listen to pt. 2: https://soundcloud.com/user-641373079/belarusian-suit-sounding-souls-of-belarus-pt-2

    BELARUSIAN SUIT: “I listen, therefore I am...” (2021)
    narrated collage-composition, voice, text: Aliona Yurtsevich
    [music]: Ales Tsurko, Transliaciya No.2 (Transliaciya, 2016)
    https://preservedsound.bandcamp.com/track/no-2

    General list of Belarusian composers and musicians:

    Yegor Zabelov: NITI 2020
    https://soundcloud.com/yegor-zabelov-1/sets/yegor-zabelov-niti https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1hEeINKUhak https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fFio1vLn7c8
    Ales Tsurko:
    http://preservedsound.com/ales-tsurko-the-hate.html https://preservedsound.bandcamp.com/album/transliaciya
    https://soundcloud.com/ales_tsurko
    Viktar Siamashka & Co.: https://viktar-siamashka-and-company.bandcamp.com/album/ab-oha https://bandcamp.com/search?q=siamashka%2B%26%2Bnarushevich
    Knyaz Mishkin:
    https://hazenetlabel.bandcamp.com/album/my-small-yellow-house https://34mag.net/piarshak/news/umer-leonid-narushevich https://soundcloud.com/leonid-narushevich/impro-orq-igra-rakov-angar-0708-2016 | https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PduKPYNE8hs&t=122s
    Viktar Siamashka, Lavon Naushevich: https://viktar-siamashka-and-company.bandcamp.com/album/pra-svajo
    MIO (Minsk Improvising Orchestra): https://soundcloud.com/minskimprovisersorchestra
    Masque Noir: https://masquenoir.bandcamp.com/releases
    MAS: electronic improvisation trio https://masmusic6.bandcamp.com/releases
    Society for Development of New Music (MINSK): https://sdnm.bandcamp.com/album/belarus-modern-orchestra-live
    Konstantsin Yaskou: https://sdnm.bandcamp.com/album/ludus-mobilis
    Vyacheslav Kuznetsov “Piano-Pianissimo”: https://www.jamendo.com/track/893136/vyacheslav-kuznetsov-piano-pianissimo
    Olga Podhajska “Secretaties”: https://www.jamendo.com/track/893130/olga-podhajska-secretaries
    Alexander Litvinovsky: https://www.jamendo.com/track/893137/alexander-litvinovsky-consort-lessons-passamezzo | https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PHmqZ5wo5pE
    Geysers On Enceladus (Olga Shaidullina, Drugoj Orkestr): https://www.jamendo.com/track/1081789/geysers-on-enceladus-olga-shaidullina-drugoi-orkestr
    Vitali Harmash: discography http://foundamental.net/en/label/idex/
    White Elephant: https://ahalaimahalai.bandcamp.com/album/white-elephant
    Andrei Antara: (ambient, electronics, flutes) https://soundcloud.com/blowing_echo
    TAM: https://soundcloud.com/vam_tuda
    Baisan & Yasinski: https://baisan8yasinski.bandcamp.com/album/baranavi-y-centra-nyja
    Kolorit Kulmana: https://koloritkulmana.bandcamp.com/
    JJ.OK (electronic ambient, processed guitar) https://jjok.bandcamp.com/album/states-and-emotions
    Golova & Roomdark : Show https://hazenetlabel.bandcamp.com/album/golova-roomdark-snow
    A. A.: https://soundcloud.com/apollinaria_a/butoh
    https://soundcloud.com/antina-crevasse/metal-flowerfeatmench-rigo
    https://youtube.com/channel/UCU0d-f47UNepAzK6TWq3Spw
    Aleksey Vorsoba: PORT MONE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qo8tPg5FqA8
    http://portmonetrio.com/page2035935.html
    Sergey Pukst: https://pukst.bandcamp.com/
    https://soundcloud.com/user4444515/sets/vviuswy8bxv6
    https://soundcloud.com/mapletree/track
    https://34audio.bandcamp.com/album/--15
    Music for Film (M. Deren & A. Hamid): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Imtc70fi10Q&t=284s
    TROIZA: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PF7uPV-vIB0 | https://www.last.fm/music/%D0%A2%D1%80%D0%BE%D1%96%D1%86%D0%B0
    SHUMA: http://www.shuma.by/en/shuma-global-meditation
    https://soundcloud.com/shuma-by
    Re1ikt: https://soundcloud.com/relikt_belarus | https://relikt-belarus.bandcamp.com/ | https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fE4mClnh_wM | https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EYbt2_4o9tE
    NIZKIZ: https://soundcloud.com/nizkiz

    RECORD LABELS: http://foundamental.net | https://hazenetlabel.bandcamp.com | https://34mag.net/piarsh

    • 9 min.
    Taqsim journey: appreciating temporal aspects in ‘Ud improvisation

    Taqsim journey: appreciating temporal aspects in ‘Ud improvisation

    Nizar Rohana is a Palestinian ud player and composer based in The Netherlands, distinguished for combining virtuosity within fresh contemporary compositions while maintaining the ud’s authentic language. In his podcast for Gaudeamus, he unravels the relationship between improvisation and composition in taqsim (Arabic improvised music), focusing on temporal aspects of taqsim and on the historical inventions by ud pioneers like Munir Bashir.

    Full list of musical fragments played in the podcast:

    1. Riyad al-Sunbaṭi, taqsim hijaz
    2. Simon Shaheen, Taqasim on the Beat
    3. Nizar Rohana, taqsim nahawand
    4. Salih Abd al-Hai, mawwal: adhak men al-fum
    5. Muhammad al-Qasabji, taqsim nahawand
    6. Muhammad al-Qasabji, taqsim bayati
    7. Riyad al-Sunbati, taqsim nahawand
    8. Munir Bashir, taqasim nahawand kabir
    9. Nizar Rohana, Mufradat Nahawand

    Production: Soundtreks / Michiel van de Weerthof
    Curator: Jonás Bisquert

    www.gaudeamus.nl

    • 42 min.
    Maduswara: synergy of body and soul through music

    Maduswara: synergy of body and soul through music

    Peni Candra Rini is a multitalented composer, poet and vocalist. Her career began as a pesinden, a female singer in the Javanese gamelan music tradition. In this podcast Peni takes us on a listening journey very much parallel to her artistic development: starting at traditional singing, later reaching the most radical avant-garde in the island of Java, Indonesia. Her music has travelled across five continents and keeps conquering curious listening ears.

    List of tracks:

    1. Compilation of fragments from various maduswara journeys

    2. Maduswara in the Jineman version
    Composer, lyric, vocals, and concept : Peni Candra Rini
    Gamelan musicians : Pitutur Tustho Gumawang, Harun Isma'il, Rudi Yatmoko, Rudi Punto Prabowo, Panji Probo Asmoro, Nanang Bayu Aji, Pratama Jati Kusumo, Rohsit Sulistyo
    Record : Jagad Sentana Art Music Production with Boby Budi Santosa
    Location : Pendopo Yayasan Jagad Sentana Art
    Music Instrument Maker : Idud Sentana Art

    3. Maduswara in the gamelan composition version :
    Composer, lyric, vocals, voices and concept : Peni Candra Rini
    Gamelan musicians : Pitutur Tustho Gumawang, Harun Isma'il, Rudi Yatmoko, Rudi Punto Prabowo, Panji Probo Asmoro, Tri Joko, Tama Triyanto.
    Record : Jagad Sentana Art Music Production with Plenthe
    Location : Pendopo Yayasan Jagad Sentana Art
    Music Instrument Maker : Idud Sentana Art

    4. String Quartet
    Composer, lyric, vocals, voices and concept : Peni Candra Rini
    Transcript : Ucok Dungkon Hutabarat
    Musicians : Pendopo String Quartet
    Recorded at : Jagad Sentana Art Music Production with Plenthe
    Location : Pendopo Yayasan Jagad Sentana Art
    Music Instrument Maker : Idud Sentana Art

    Podcast recorded atJagad Sentana Art Music Production with Plenthe
    Production: Soundtreks / Michiel van de Weerthof
    Curator: Jonás Bisquert

    • 1 u. 2 min.
    Hidden Pulse: Hearing Unplayed Grooves

    Hidden Pulse: Hearing Unplayed Grooves

    Dutch pioneering guitarist and composer Aart Strootman kicks off the newest series of Curious Ears in which he explores rhythmic patterns and groove-related games in music from around the world. He gives examples from a wide range of music: from the waterdrums by the Baka women to the likes of Philip Glass and Nik Bärtsch, and Magic Malik’s jazzy rhythms to heavy metal band Meshuggah. Listen to his foray into different kinds of grooves and the bodily movements that music can create.

    The musical examples used in this podcast are:
    Baka women, water drums
    Philip Glass - music in similar motion
    Steve Reich - clapping music
    Nik Bärtsch - Modul 35
    Magic Malik - Nigeria
    Meshuggah - I am Colossus
    Aart Strootman - W.A.L.L. (met 4)
    Dawn of Midi - Dysnomia

    Production: Soundtreks / Michiel van de Weerthof
    Curator: Jonás Bisquert

    • 40 min.
    Cumbia: listen to the rhythm from a Colombian river that enchants the American continent and beyond

    Cumbia: listen to the rhythm from a Colombian river that enchants the American continent and beyond

    Eliana Echeverry, Colombian composer and folk music arranger, tells us why the cumbia moves the souls and bodies of the whole American continent, and beyond. From the basics (rhythm, instrumentation) to modern elaborations, Eliana is committed to the evolution of cumbia, preserving the essence of its hybrid American, African and European origin.

    • 1 u. 16 min.

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