Posted on 10 February 2014
MMNY is thrilled to announce that this year, four MMNY Fellows are joining our team from February to June to […]
Make Music Monthly is a new podcast discussion series from Make Music New York, co-presented with the New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music. Conversations are recorded in front of a live audience at the Cornelia Street Cafe. All are welcome to attend.
March 19, 2014
Make Music Monthly: Wilson Brown
Recording live at the Cornelia Street Cafe [map]
No cover; $8 food/drink minimum.
Join Make Music New York Founder Aaron Friedman and sonic branding expert Wilson Brown for a discussion about commercial music and manufacturing nostalgia.
View Wilson Brown’s profile on ArtBeat.
01: Make Music Monthly with Gunther Schuller
Recorded in front of a live audience at the Cornelia Street Cafe on January 15, 2014.
A conversation between Make Music New York founder Aaron Friedman and jazz historian and composer Gunther Schuller about Charles Mingus’s monumental “Epitaph,” 25 years after its world premiere. Recorded by Daniel Edinberg. Special thanks to Judith Insell and Company of Heaven for making this episode possible.
The following tracks from Mingus’s Epitaph are quoted in this podcast:
12:13: “Percussion Discussion”
18:45: “Interlude (The Underdog Rising)”
20:43: “Better Get It Into Your Soul”
21:53: “The Children’s Hour of Dream”
23:47: “Peggy’s Blue Skylight”
27:53: “Wolverine Blues”
30:05: “Self Portrait / Chill of Death”
34:57: “Oscar Pettiford”
43:30: “Main Score Reprise”
02: Make Music Monthly with Samir Chatterjee
Recorded in front of a live audience at the Cornelia Street Cafe on February 19, 2014.
A conversation between Make Music New York Founder Aaron Friedman and virtuoso Tabla player Samir Chatterjee about music in Afghanistan before, during and after the Taliban’s nationwide ban on music. Recorded by Elana Ehrenberg.
The following musical samples are quoted in this podcast:
00:36: Samir Chatterjee, Tabla Solo in Manhattan (link)
11:14: Live recording of a February 7, 2013 performance of the Ensembles of Afghaninstan (National Institute of Music) at the Kennedy Center in Washington DC (link)
13:26: Ustad Gulam Mohammad plays “Raftim Azin Baagh” (link)
15:54: Ustad Amruddin plays with Samir Chaterjee (personal recording)
18:15: Ustad Urfan Khan plays “Pa Asheqi Key Ham Gelai Wey” (link)
19:19: Ustad Sarahang (personal recording)
22:57: Jaweed Yosufi performs “Pak Beirar” live on The Voice of Afghanistan (link)
31:55: Live recording of February 11, 2011 performance featuring Samir Chatterjee and Chhandayan with The New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music (link)
Make Music Monthly podcasts are edited by Sarah Elzas and produced by Clara Schuhmacher & Aaron Friedman. Jesse Mann designed our logo. Our theme music is by MMNY.