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Hosted by Eric Christopher Perry – New England based conductor, vocal artist, and educator. Thoughts on music of all genres and topics, puns with limited success, and cool vibes to tie it all together. Music for the end of the world!...and the rest of your life.

New website! www.chorantine.org. Also, new voicemail line! Suggestions? Feedback? Random Musings? Leave a message and we may use it on the show. 1-617-410-8071

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CHORantine Eric Christopher Perry (ECP)

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Hosted by Eric Christopher Perry – New England based conductor, vocal artist, and educator. Thoughts on music of all genres and topics, puns with limited success, and cool vibes to tie it all together. Music for the end of the world!...and the rest of your life.

New website! www.chorantine.org. Also, new voicemail line! Suggestions? Feedback? Random Musings? Leave a message and we may use it on the show. 1-617-410-8071

www.facebook.com/chorantine
www.ecpmusic.com
www.renmenmusic.com
www.colby.edu/musicdept Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/chorantine/support

    E65: Gimme That Shot!

    E65: Gimme That Shot!

    Vaccinations are flying and so are the pandemic parodies. Shannon Rose McAuliffe and David Kravitz return with another "Shay-D Pasquinades" take on "Seasons of Love" from Rent. 



    Watch the video HERE

    Also heard: 

    Gosprom – Broadway

    Want to be on the show? Show ideas? Drop a line! ecp@ecpmusic.com. Visit our website: www.chorantine.org.


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    • 7 min
    E64: You'll Never Walk Alone

    E64: You'll Never Walk Alone

    Like everyone else, ecp spends a little time on the year anniversary of the COVID-19 pandemic, reluctantly. Back to work, sort of. Excited and optimistic but aware of the perpetual danger and doom. A little time on ecp's own walk with the virus in early February. Curious about when and how people move out of Zoom and into real life. And unbelievable singing by Patti LaBelle. That's what's happening, baby. 

    Music Heard Today

    Bob Hope and Shirley Ross – Thanks for the Memory (1938)

    The Young Philosophers Club – Hope

    No Use Cryin' – Selvins Orchestra

    aAirial – Lonely Landscape

    Patti LaBelle and the BlueBelles – You'll Never Walk Alone

    Ketsa – Sun Hope

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    • 28 min
    E63a: Woke Up This Morning

    E63a: Woke Up This Morning

    ecp sings traditional spiritual "Woke Up This Morning" as part of a celebration of the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. at Colby College. For the full service: 

    https://youtu.be/0lFQY__Tu2E

    Virtual Event led by the Rev. Kate Smanik, Dean of Religious and Spiritual Life, the Rev. Dr. Cheryl Townsend Gilkes, John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Professor of Sociology and African-American Studies, and Jamya Brown, ‘22, President of Students Organized for Black and Latinx Unity.

    Members of Choirs at Colby provide musical selections.




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    E63: Joanne Rogers (1929-2021)

    E63: Joanne Rogers (1929-2021)

    In memory of Joanne Rogers (1929-2021), concert pianist, recording artist, arts advocate, and occasional TV guest musician. 



    TedWomen 2018: Showing Up – TedxPittsburghWomen - Joanne Rogers: "Make Goodness Attractive"

    Jeannine Morrison and Joanne Rogers Piano Duo Tracks

    NY Times: Joanne Rogers

    Mrs. Rogers piano recital on Mr. Rogers Neighborhood 


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    • 13 min
    E62: You Say You Want a RevoKNUTtion

    E62: You Say You Want a RevoKNUTtion

    ecp went cassette scrounging at Electric Buddahs in Portland, Maine, and found an old tape of Military Musick of the American Revolution from 1989. It feels all too familiar in 2021.

    Music and Articles: 

    "Military Musick of the American Revolution Containing Drum Signals and Camp Duties with a Choice Collection of Celebrated Marches and Airs Performed" by the Fifes and Drums of the Brigade of the American Revolution. Albany, New York. 

    Revolution Void - Someone Else's Memories 

    Food Will Win The War - Lie Awake live at WMFU New Jersey/New York

    Portland ICE Protesters Say Federal Agents Have Been Blasting “Walking Dead” Torture Song at Them for 10 Hours


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    • 14 min
    E61: Movin' To The Country

    E61: Movin' To The Country

    Impeachment and songs about impeachment. Tales as old as time. Featuring Charles D. Blake, Roy C. Hammond, and yes, Randy Rainbow. 
    Music and Articles: 
    Piers Barber from Music Factory Number One: "Revisiting The Honey Drippers 'Impeach the President.'"
    The Honey Drippers: Impeach the President
    Washington Post: Impeachment Polka
    Randy Rainbow: Sedition! 
    Mother Jones: Soundtrack for Impeachment
    Revolution Void

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    • 21 min

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