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this podcast also has episodes in Spanish

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English

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Episodio 56 diel rivas

9/15/2018
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Esta semana tenemos al arpista chileno, Diel Rivas. viajamos a uno de los tantos departamentos chilenos para hablar del arpa y cómo llegó a Chile. Hablamos de la evolución del arpa, la música que se emplea, los exponentes de dicho instrumento. Un caveat, la etnomusicóloga es Margot Loyola Palacios y no Ayala como menciono en la intro. Recuerda siempre visitar mi podcast en iTunes, Ivoox, TuneIn y en Stitcher. También pueden visitarnos en Twitter en @Music2Flavors y en Facebook...

Duration:00:54:03

EP Capsule 1 Rafael Ponde

9/12/2018
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This is a new phase on Music in 2Flavors/Música en 2Sabores and Rafael Pondé, from Episode 39, took the plunge in this new venture of mine. This new phase will be dedicated exclusively on new EP releases by artists that appeared on Music in 2Flavors/Música en 2Sabores or any artist willing to use this platform to announce a new cover or release. On this first edition, we talked about Rafael’s new EP Live at the Boom Room recorded in Philadelphia and how different is from his previous EPs. On...

Duration:00:29:46

Episode 55 Laura Tsaggaris

9/7/2018
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On this episode Laura and I spent over one hour and half in the Sky Lounge on my building talking about everything. We talked about Laura’s different phases as an employee for IBM, Legal Assistant in Washington DC, the time she overcome her stage fright, her lyrics composition, her experience in open mikes; I even opened to her about my time in college when I used to write songs and I lost all of them in a chest. We cruise thru memory lane talking about MTv, computers, cell phones and...

Duration:01:32:02

Episodio 54: Angel Martínez

9/1/2018
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En este episodio hablamos sobre su desarrollo en el cuatro venezolano y como el usa las redes sociales para explicar como varios instrumentos de cuerdas evolucionaron a lo que es hoy en día el cuatro venezolano. El considera el cuatro venezolano como su columna vertebral en su música como bien lo interpreta en las composiciones musicales interpretadas por él. Charlar con el maestro Martínez sobre el cuatro venezolano es estar en una cátedra universitaria aprendiendo sobre los cordófonos. El...

Duration:02:33:01

Episode 53 Paul Renna

8/25/2018
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On this episode I had for the first time a singer from Dallas/Austin, Texas. I met Paul in the not most random way, through Twitter. He asked me to listen to one of his tracks and it took me to another level. He is a great musician/singer and his lyrics will take you to another level. We talked about people missing the organic part of a live performance, that people are more concerned of taking a video while enjoying the music being performed in front of their eyes. We also talked how hard...

Duration:00:45:49

Episodio 52: Milton Blanco

8/18/2018
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En este episodio luego de tres intentos, la tercera es la vencida, comenzamos a charlar sobre la música que interpreta el Maestro Milton Blanco, un músico que toca varios instrumentos de vientos (quenas, sikus, harmónica, clarinete). Hablamos de sus presentaciones y sus periplos por el Museo de Etnografía y las reproducciones de unas quenas precolombinas. No faltaba más hablar de política y de blues argentino y alguna que otra cosa. En adición a esta charla, hablamos de sus producciones...

Duration:01:18:42

Episode 51: Robyn Helzner

8/11/2018
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In this episode I had a tour at Sinai Temple led by Robyn. It was my first time in a synagogue and my first time looking to a Torah. On this episode we talked about Gorbachev’s Perestroika time playing underground, Jewish experience on China, Sephardic music and expatriation from Spain in late XV century. Robyn is a cantor and lead tours in places that Jewish Community settled in places such like as China, Morocco, Balkans, and places that you will not think of. My guest always treats me...

Duration:02:37:14

Episodio 50: Micaela Chauque

8/4/2018
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En este episodio tuve la participación de Micaela Chauque como invitada de mi podcast. Como fanático de la música andina, y por medio de trasmisión oral de mis nuevos amigos quenistas, conocí a Micaela en diferentes foros sociales. El primero fue a través de sus anuncios de conciertos que fueron compartidos por varios amigos de la Argentina. El segundo fue la plataforma de YouTube que me permitió abrazar la música de ella de forma sin igual. Ella es una Maestra de la Quena, en Lima, Perú y...

Duration:00:42:37

Episode 49 Eli Lev, a Star is rising.

7/28/2018
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On today’s episode, Eli Lev’s spontaneity filled the room where we recorded this episode. The setting could not be more perfect; we sat and recorded this episode at his turf where I always like to do because the artist feels comfortable to talk freely. Eli’s laughter, experiences, storytelling, and interest in inspiring people with his lyrics took me to another level of music experience. When he told me his story and asked all my questions, his eyes sparkled and I realized that he is a...

Duration:01:26:42

Episodio 48 Alfonso Arrivillaga entre la marimba y la música garífuna

7/21/2018
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En este episodio Don Alfonso Arrivillaga, licenciado y etnomusicólogo nos permite adentrarnos en la discusión sobre el origen de la marimba y los celos raciales en cuanto a su autenticidad indígena. En este episodio discutimos como se adopta como instrumento nacional y se apropia con datos falsos o místicos sin considerara sus orígenes asiáticos y conexión africana. Incluso, Don Alfonso Arrivillaga no nos deja duda alguna que en el mundo de la música latinoamericana es indispensable estudios...

Duration:01:04:01

Episode 47: Ros Gilman, film music composer and more

7/14/2018
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On this episode I had the privilege of chatting with the great Ros Gilman, a charismatic and music composer. If you have not listened to any of his music scores, I do not know what you were doing before. However, I am including in this episode three of his masterful music scores that kept me wanting more from this extraordinaire musician who is also a World traveler (you need to check his v-logs in YouTube). Ros Gilman is a wonderful and enchanting person, a true English gentleman, even...

Duration:00:49:39

Episodio 46: Mario Arévalo, guitarrista colombiano

7/7/2018
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En este episodio hablamos mucho sobre el enfoque académico de educar a los guitarristas a traves de los clásicos y no a través de otros compositores contemporáneos latinoamericanos. En este episodio criticamos a la academia, hablamos de su participación en el Festival de Guitarra de Cuenca y de su tesis. Mario es un guitarrista curioso con un fin en específico: el poner en perspectiva como base de formación a los futuros guitarristas a los compositores de este instrumento provenientes de...

Duration:00:59:53

Episode 45: Mr. Carson Cooman, master of the organ

6/30/2018
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The first time I listened to Mr Carson Cooman was May 4, 2018 in Washington DC. I always visited on Fridays the National Christian Church City at noon. The venue is the perfect setting to listen to great classical music and Mr. Cooman made a splendid performance. Mr Cooman is not usual musician; he has an amazing background as composer in residence, editor, multi-instrumentalist, composer and performer. I must need to clarify a wrong citation that I made in our conversation: Mahler most...

Duration:00:39:47

Episode 45: Mr. Carson Cooman, master of the organ

6/30/2018
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The first time I listened to Mr Carson Cooman was May 4, 2018 in Washington DC. I always visited on Fridays the National Christian Church City at noon. The venue is the perfect setting to listen to great classical music and Mr. Cooman made a splendid performance. Mr Cooman is not usual musician; he has an amazing background as composer in residence, editor, multi-instrumentalist, composer and performer. I must need to clarify a wrong citation that I made in our conversation: Mahler most...

Duration:00:39:00

Episodio 44: Raúl Chiocchio, un guitarrista de tango postmodernista

6/23/2018
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Esta charla con Raúl me dio una perspectiva mucha más fuerte de como el mundo musical es en Madrid. Donde los centros para tocar jazz son menos y donde la mano de obra de un extranjero es más apreciada por encima a la de un local, aunque ese local sea extranjero. Raúl nos cuenta sus tiempo de muchacho punk en Argentina y como tocaba tango. Hablamos de como los jóvenes hoy en día viven de forma rápida en un mundo tecnológico. Sus experiencias en festivales de Asia, receptivos al tango, le fue...

Duration:00:54:49

Episode 43: Dr John Chong, Musician's Doctor

6/16/2018
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Dr. Chong is a doctor in medicine, electric engineer, composer, musician, founder of Musician Clinics of Canada and Treasurer of Performer Arts Medicine Association (PAMA) He is famous for the using the term MADNESS. In this episode we talk about those common ailment that might affects a musician career such as muscle fatigue, carpal tunnel, tinnitus depression, anxiety, nerve entrapments, stress syndrome, the increase of suicidal thinking rate, among others. The sleep disorders are greater...

Duration:01:15:27

Episodio 42: De Tierra Caliente

6/9/2018
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Esta semana hemos cambiado el día en que subimos los episodios. Empezamos este cambio con un ritmo caribeño y brasileño como el que nos trae De Tierra Caliente, una agrupación diversa como sus canciones nacidas en Filadelfia, Pennsylvania. Este episodio se grabó en la primera semana de mayo en casa de Bronson Tennis, acompañado de Caro Canción, dos de los integrantes de De Tierra Caliente. Ambos son unas personas con un dominio de la música caribeña sin igual por estas tierras...

Duration:01:03:31

Episode 41: Alain Mayrand, Film Music Composer

6/3/2018
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On today’s episode I had the pleasure of talking to Alain Mayrand, a film music composer, orchestrator, and conductor. Among his many film music scores, he had under his “wings” movies such as: Elysium, The Legend of Silk, What Happened to Monday, Ender’s Game, No Letting Go, among others. Alain took us thru a different path this time on our musical journey. I hope that you enjoy this episode as much as I did. To Alain, thank you so much for his time and great conversation, as he once said...

Duration:00:41:29

Episodio 40: Víctor Herrero, Después de vivir un Siglo Violeta Parra

5/27/2018
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En el episodio de hoy nos acompaña el periodista y escritor, Víctor Herrero. Víctor trabaja en la Universidad de Chile. También fue el autor del libro Agustín Edwards Eastman: una biografía desclasificada del dueño de El Mercurio. Pero en este episodio hablamos sobre su experiencia en escribir una de las exponentes más importantes de la Nueva Música Chilena. Platicamos de sus experiencias en el proceso de recopilar información y cuan distinto fue cuando escribió el libro de Agustín E....

Duration:02:06:28

Episode 39: Rafael Pondé, from Brazil to Philadelphia

5/20/2018
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On today’s episode, Rafael Pondé cooked a Brazilian dish full of flavor and spices, the only way a Brazilian can cook it. We talked about his memories in Bahia when he was a teenager, his years in Europe and what brought him to settle in one of the best cities in the Northeast Corridor, Philadelphia. The setting could not be perfect, we sat in his apartments living room full of art, recording equipment and live streaming this amazing conversation. To learn more about my podcast, you can...

Duration:00:41:45