1 hr 2 min

Music From the Hearth: Introducing Three Sisters theme, Brian Raphael Nabors and afrocentric music traditions‪.‬ Three Sisters

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We let the recording run a little long this time because, well, wow. You'll hear why.

Music is an essential part of what makes and moves the Beard sisters.  In this episode, the sisters share their afrocentric music roots with classical composer and Three Sisters Music Director Brian Raphael Nabors. From spirited "performances" from the hearths of the Beard and Nabors' homes, to their shared musical influences, to their reverence for and reflections on the intelligence of the human voice to transcend the most difficult of circumstances, the sisters and Brian bring the Word to the work of life and music. 

We also get to hear John Hall (Pappy's) influential voice and hear the premiere of the Three Sisters theme music. 

For additional notes and to purchase a Three Sisters tote bag or cap, visit The Well. 


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This episode is sponsored by
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We let the recording run a little long this time because, well, wow. You'll hear why.

Music is an essential part of what makes and moves the Beard sisters.  In this episode, the sisters share their afrocentric music roots with classical composer and Three Sisters Music Director Brian Raphael Nabors. From spirited "performances" from the hearths of the Beard and Nabors' homes, to their shared musical influences, to their reverence for and reflections on the intelligence of the human voice to transcend the most difficult of circumstances, the sisters and Brian bring the Word to the work of life and music. 

We also get to hear John Hall (Pappy's) influential voice and hear the premiere of the Three Sisters theme music. 

For additional notes and to purchase a Three Sisters tote bag or cap, visit The Well. 


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This episode is sponsored by
· Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

1 hr 2 min