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An audiobook narrator who just can't focus on the job in hand. His digressions take him further and further off-piste. Now including the complete and unabridged The Lost World by Arthur Conan Doyle. Personally, I wouldn't recommend it. And now we're engaged in a tug of war between Chapters of Dracula by Bram Stoker and 1984 by George Orwell.
 
We are a dedicated podcast that rallies around the loyal Classic Mini community globally where we celebrate our own selfish passion - all things Classic Minis. We are not engineers or designers - but storytellers, general problem solvers and explorers on our own journey around owning and living with a Classic Mini. Our charter is to bring unique content into our framework that may not necessarily always be Mini related, but adds to the unique and common ideology that is inherent within all C ...
 
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Have you ever wondered how an orchestra puts a full season of concerts together? Nigel Boon, Director of Artistic Planning shows how he juggles multiple seasons of concerts involving many conductors, soloists, commissions, programs, and more! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.Di Classical WETA
 
His music helped define the sound and direction of the Romantic period of the 19th century across different forms; like music for piano, song, chamber music, and symphonies. John Banther and Linda Carducci talk about characteristics to listen for in his music, why he became a composer, and how literature played a part in his works. See omnystudio.c…
 
Episode #40 is here just in time for the holidays and sadly this is my last Classic Mini episode. It was an amazing run, but life happens and need to move on. I may return with an episode for an update, but want to thank each and every one of you for listening and all the positive feedback! Cheers!Di classicminibreakdown
 
It's a holiday classic that is becoming more popular, especially in the Washington area. Bill Bukowski joins John Banther to explain everything we need to know in this masterpiece. From how it was originally performed, expected audience participation, and how Bach reused old music. Plus, we have some listener mail and a special Classical Breakdown …
 
Known as the Dean of Afro-American Composers, William Grant Still wrote a variety of music, from symphony, opera, ballet, to popular song, and more. Gayle Murchinson, Associate Professor of Music at William and Mary, joins John Banther to discuss Still's life and explore his music across three aesthetics that she describes as Ultramodern, Racial, a…
 
'This man should know better. He sounds well advanced in age and yet he appears to be making a monkey, not only of himself, but of his audience to boot.' Evadne McKinch, Abertay Services. Just one of several flattering comments from listeners around the world. Chapter 4 from Dracula, with diversions. Dedicated to St Anthony of Fauci.…
 
Composed in his final year, this concerto is one of Mozart's last and most enduring works. Nicole and John explore the origins of the concerto, which was originally for a slightly different and more obscure instrument. They also talk about what to listen for in each movement and even give a little music theory lesson to explore some unintended cons…
 
Linda and John uncover details about Rachmaninoff's life, like early influences that stayed with him his entire career, his comeback story after a disastrous symphony premiere, and what led to him emigrating to the United States. Plus, we hear some recordings of Rachmaninoff himself at the piano from the early 1900s. See omnystudio.com/listener for…
 
It's a popular instrument, but how much do you really know about the clarinet? Principal Clarinet of the National Symphony Orchestra, Lin Ma, joins John Banther to talk all about the clarinet. Lin tells us everything, from what it's made of, its predecessor, how it was used over time, and he even plays some of his favorite examples! See omnystudio.…
 
This symphony is one of the most popular and triumphant in the repertoire, and for good reason! It takes us on a journey using a simple melody that appears in every movement, transforming from the opening in E minor to the triumphant E Major finale. John and Bill go through Tchaikovsky's personal correspondence during the months he was writing the …
 
Episode #37 is coming to you IN STYLE with the one and only Tom Shorrock. We sit down and talk to him about his cult Classic Mini status and what drives him to be on the most recognized content creator for the Classic Mini community. Grab a pint, a pipe with your favorite English blend and enjoy our chat with Tom. Tom Shorrock Instagram Page Tom Sh…
 
It's been a nice summer break, but we are excited to be back with your favorite classical music podcast! We kick things off on September 7 as Matthew Dayton joins John Banther to explore the life and music of Leonard Bernstein. The following episode, September 21, is all about one of the most popular symphonies, the No. 5 by Tchaikovsky. Bill Bukow…
 
Its a Classic Mini Breakdown Road Report with my local Classic Mini group (Atlanta Classic Minis) as we visit a very special chippy in GA, Wright's Fish & Chips. It was an amazing day and we interview the owner of Wright's Fish & Chips as well as a few of the Atlanta Classic Mini members and ask them about their Classic Minis. Grab some salt and vi…
 
We discuss more warglaives prio (should pvp be factored in), hilarious dazzling longsword rogue tricks for pvp, engineering becoming the best profession in the game and arcane mages doing nutty dps.Di Sno & Zirene
 
On today's episode, we discuss one of my favorite accessories for the Classic Mini - The Roof Rack! Why am I so excited? I love them - all shapes and sizes and just so classic and a must have for any classic mini. We also crack a delicious beer from Scofflaw Brewery and answer some great listener emails. Crack a beer because this is a good'n! Episo…
 
We are welcoming back a returning guest for new Guest Spotlight for Episode #34. Alex Toon is back to give us an update on what's been happening in his world, his amazing collection of Classic Mini's and where he sources hard to find original parts. Its a good one, so you don't want to miss it. Plus, it is Alex's birthday, so belated birthday to To…
 
Episode 33 - Fear of the Dark - Breaking Down Classic Mini Lighting We are bringing some light into the dark mystification of Classic Mini lighting. There are several choices out there to help improve your lighting and we will breakdown those options. We also have another Classic Mini product review quickie and read some listener feedback. Episode …
 
We wrap up Season 2 of Classical Breakdown with some recommended recordings for you to explore this summer. These recently released albums feature a diverse range of composers, styles, ensembles, and even world premiere recordings. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.Di Classical WETA
 
It has been almost ONE month since I last turned on the old podcaster-machine (my apologies), so I am here with an update, whats been going on in my world and a bit of a rant for anyone who hates BRIGHT coloUrs on cars. Episode Link Whistle Pig Rye Whisky - simply the BEST Rye in the NE.Di classicminibreakdown
 
The viola is somewhat of an enigma and from a distance can be hard to tell apart from the violin. Daniel Foster explains how composers used the viola over the centuries, what his role as Principal Viola entails, and plays for us some extraordinary parts written for the viola. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
We re-visit DST prio talk with more rogue and hunter trinket dps numbers, discuss how to run effective loot councils and why some loot systems suck, then we go over all the things broken with TBC (including mages having infinite mana)Di Sno & Zirene
 
He's considered one of the greatest composers of the 19th century. But can you hum a tune by Brahms? We dive into the life and music of Brahms to better understand what set him apart from others, how his personality affected his music, and how he still appears in popular music and commercials today. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy informati…
 
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