In Time: A Music History Podcast, the show where we will be exploring the music we all know and love and put it in the greater context of the world from which it came.
The Renaissance is the first period of time in which we can truly see ourselves in history. This week, Zach explores the major artistic, philosophical, and musical developments that helped turn this period into the first of the modern world.
The Middle Eight
The Dark Ages or the Middle Ages seem horribly impenetrable to us in our modern, secular age. Buried beneath this heavy weight of religious belief and strange images is a culture that is rich in meaning, symbolism, and a logical extension of how anyone would behave if they could possibly die tomorrow. Join us this week as we explore this misunderstood period in our history.
What We Know About What We Don't Know
In this episode, Zach and Susan explore the vast region of time that precedes our recorded history and try to piece together how music and art came to be.
The Overtone Window
In our second season premier we revisit a part of music that Zach neglected to mention when we began the show - the overtone series. Join us and learn how it influences the tendencies and sound of our music.
Season 2 Excerpt - Termites and Bone Flutes
In this excerpt from our upcoming season, Zach muses on what could have driven humans to create flutes from bone.
D.S. Al Coda
A quick announcement from In Time: A Music History Podcast. We're on break until September 6th, but we'll be back with our next season shortly!