10 episodes

Ideas about music and the classical music profession

Accelerando Paula Tuttle

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Ideas about music and the classical music profession

    S2. 3. Music after Digital Recording

    S2. 3. Music after Digital Recording

    The Camera can’t be equated with the Phonograph if you consider artists were capturing images and likenesses for centuries. The phonograph is more like the first canvas that can hold a performance or a moment in perpetuity. It came sixty years after the camera. It’s been here for one hundred years. Now the camera and READ MORE
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    • 18 min
    S2. 2. Authenticity

    S2. 2. Authenticity

    This week’s episode makes a wide arc from classical musicians and how they determine authenticity in an orchestral audition scenario, to how non musicians listen to music and determine which artists earn the badge of “authentic” in a variety of genres. More in the show notes at https://accelerandocast.com/show_notes/
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    • 20 min
    S2. 1. Taking Back Art And Culture

    S2. 1. Taking Back Art And Culture

    Its for sale: our time and attention. And it’s time to turn off the doomscroll and get back to real culture. More in the show notes at https://accelerandocast.com/show_notes/
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    • 13 min
    100. Pittsburgh’s Own Henry Mancini Would Be 100 Years Old This Week

    100. Pittsburgh’s Own Henry Mancini Would Be 100 Years Old This Week

    What better way to mark 100 episodes in the Accelerando Podcast than to feature Pittsburgh’s son Henry Mancini. I also talked to another great musician who hails from Aliquippa- George Perilli, when he performed for Chambersite’s Diamante Jazz Quartet this weekend. Joined by Kevin Clark, Lilly Abreu and Bob Insko, they played for the Roaring READ MORE
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    • 21 min
    99. Sprezzatura

    99. Sprezzatura

    The Italian word, sprezzatura, was invented in the sixteenth century by Castiglione, a writer. His book: The Book of the Courtier describes the perfect courtier, and uses the word to define and group the qualities that exemplify him. The word is popular today in fashion, and is useful to musicians who also strive to please READ MORE
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    • 15 min
    98. Encore: The Trouble With Auditions

    98. Encore: The Trouble With Auditions

    Daniel Kahnemann wrote about how we make decisions, and he won s Nobel Prize for his work on Behavioral Economics. With his passing last week we are thinking about his impact, and contribution to the world. When I began this podcast in April 2022 it was Kahneman who inspired this first episode. If his book READ MORE
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    • 12 min

Customer Reviews

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10 Ratings

10 Ratings

Kell Moresh ,

Insightful and refreshing

I always feel more elegant and put-together after listening to an episode of Accelerando, it’s uncanny. Well researched, well produced, and charming, this is reminiscent of listening to NPR in the car with my mom. Greetings from Scotland!

Realneonlady ,

Neat info!

The range of subjects offered and their connections to music are interesting and inspiring!

Sfefsvf ,

Lively

A pretty good listen. Informative and lively.

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