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.
It's Christmas time, so we thought that we'd do a quick jump into the history of the Christmas carol. Until next year, Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from us at In Time: A Music History Podcast.
The 20th Century Explosion
When does music become modern? What is the difference between modern and contemporary music? What trends exist in the landscape of 20th century art? All that and more in the final episode of In Time: A Music History Podcast's exploration of the various musical and artistic eras in history.
The Birth of Modern Music
What happens when the Western Tonal System that stood for four hundred years collapses? Well, Jazz takes over. This week, the end of one art form gives way to the rise of another.
Romantic Notions of Progress
The late Romantic era sees an explosion of technological progress, but with that shift comes a change in what it means to not only be an artist, but what it means to be human as well. With each new revolution, comes a fundamental psychological and spiritual shift in the mind of composers, artists, authors, and musicians.
In The Shadow of Giants
The start of the 19th Century is the age of giants. In politics, art, literature, and music this age is defined by its large number of creative forces, who shape not just their age but our own as well.
Playing With the Beat (Not Behind it)
An Announcement from In Time: A Music History Podcast regarding the future of this season, and our plans after our current series wraps up.