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Aired 4 months ago 49:44
023: What does my future hold?
Here at Stand Partners for Life, we get a lot of questions about the future: what happens if I'm not playing concerto X by age Y? What will happen if I study with teacher Z, or go to school-- I ran out of letters! So even though we can't give definitive answers to these questions, they're still great questions! And one listener email in particular sparked a discussion about success at an early age, the importance (or non-importance) of conservatory for winning an orchestra audition, and lots more. Along the way, we also answer listener questions about sight reading in high positions, as well as "contextual intonation": changing your pitch based on what's going on around you, especially in the orchestra! And we start out by talking Twelve-Tone: Nathan's upcoming performance of Arnold Schoenberg's fourth String Quartet, and whether or not it's "real music". Daniel Barenboim considered him one of the most important composers in history. Does "most important" equal best?
Aired 5 months ago 37:43
#136: Maximizing House Joy (For Minimal Money)
This week weâ€™re talking to Joyful author and expert Ingrid Fetell Lee about some simple ways to inject joy into your home without breaking the bank. She also explains why joy is easier to achieve than happiness - and how seeking it at home can actually help you unlock your decor style. Plus Sherry marked her recent birthday by getting a long-awaited tattoo (actually, two of them!) so sheâ€™s explaining the meaning behind them, how much it hurt, and what finally convinced her to go for it. We also share our latest escape room attempt, how weâ€™re battling car clutter, and a BIG change to the podcast that you wonâ€™t want to miss. Â Â Be sure to check out younghouselove.com/podcast-136/ for notes, links, and photos from this episode.
Aired 3 months ago 46:18
Farm Sanctuary & All You Need is Less #1006
Animals and humans have co-habited the earth since the beginning. Eating meat and using animals for Human Resources has also been around for quite some time. Today the world is a very different place and animals seem to be at the mercy of our consumeristic needs. Gene Baur is the founder of Farm Sanctuary which Read More The post Farm Sanctuary & All You Need is Less #1006 appeared first on One Life Radio.