A bunch of musician friends talking about, and performing music to share their music-making experience.
008: CraftWorkers Eat Animal Crackers
It must be something they ate--The CraftWorkers tune in to their animal instincts.
007: Madrigals and Madriguys: A Taste of Renaissance Flirtation
The Craft Workers take a peek at some love poems from the Italian Renaissance and how composers from then and now take the amorous words to life.
006 Happy New Year: The Craft Workers get in Shape
The year is still new, but the Craft Workers pick up something old to shape up with. Listen to see if you might want to join them.
005 So, it's still Christmas, and what have we done?
We gathered, of course, over holiday treats, libations, and our favorite holiday music for the first ever Craft Works Carols and Calories.
004 It's aLive... Show
No, we did not make a monster out of spare cadaver parts, a la Dr. Frankenstein. We gathered living people, picked up some scores, and made music live.
003: Hindemithology (with translations)
(This version of the episode has voice-over translations of selections that have non-English text.) Paul Hindemith was a prolific German composer in the early 20th century. While he is known mainly for his instrumental works, he also wrote music for singers. Join us on our journey in crafting two of his vocal pieces highlighting the poetry of Rainer Maria Rilke, "Un cygne" and "Puisque tout passe."
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Fun and interesting
I like the content and the singing is beautiful! I'm looking forward to hearing more.
Informative, entertaining, uplifting.
Fun to listen to and at the same time you get to learn some tidbits about music.