Musical Space is an English-speaking podcast specialized in the field of classical music and opera. As such, Musical Space is a podcast selected by soclassiq, like Chapters or Be Your Own Manager and many others. The oldest episode indexed by soclassiq is dated 2019-03-26. Since then, a total of 20 episodes have been recorded and broadcast by Musical Space.
Musical Space activity
Musical Space seems to be on pause right now, since no episode has been published for 3 months. The last episode in Musical Space, "Musical Space: They Sold Their Souls For Music", is dated 2020-03-24.
"On pause" does not mean, however, that Musical Space will not resume its activity soon, nor that its episodes are less interesting than another more active source.
This editorial activity is no different from that recorded for the previous period.
Musical Space in the last 36 months
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Duration (h:m:s): 2:42
Blues guitarist Robert Johnson is said to have gotten his musical talent by selling his soul to the devil at the crossroads close to the famous Dockery Plantation in the Mississippi Delta. The same story was told earlier about another bluesman named Tommy Johnson.
Duration (h:m:s): 21:13
A fire destroyed an obscure factory in California a few weeks ago. Apollo Masters Corporation ran one of only two plants in the world that supplied lacquers, crucial components in the creation of vinyl records. The source of three-quarters of the world’s lacquers is now gone. I had never thought much about this process before, but the prospect of a …
Duration (h:m:s): 23:52
Winter is dragging on, and I’m not a fan of the cold. Freezing weather brings pain, a lingering kind that you sit and ruminate over. Add to this the uncertainty. January temperatures in Wichita have ranged from -15 to 75. The weather might blow from the Texas Gulf or from North Dakota. The fickleness builds hope, only to destroy it. …
Duration (h:m:s): 19:06
Tomorrow - New Year’s Day - a number of works written in 1924 will have outlived their legal copyright status and enter public domain. This means anyone can record and perform these old songs and symphonies without having to pay royalty fees to estates or publishers. Ninety-five years is longer than any composer can hope to benefit from their work …
Duration (h:m:s): 22:50
With the cold weather season driving us indoors, it’s a good time to consider how room acoustics affect our sonic space.
Duration (h:m:s): 19:15
Historic events can shape the course of music. This week marks the anniversary of the Kansas Oil Boom, when a well just east of Wichita struck crude in 1915.
Duration (h:m:s): 16:12
This year’s NEA Big Read book is Lab Girl by Hope Jahren, and you’ve probably heard about all the local celebrations of this botanist’s memoir. The book drew me into Jahren’s joy of uncovering secrets and finding connections with plants. As a musician, this is a subject dear to my heart — Lab Girl underscores how the music world relies …
Duration (h:m:s): 18:40
Watching a country tear up its continental agreements has gotten me thinking about how music is an international industry. The U.K. exports more than three billion dollars worth of recorded music a year. Its artists make another billion from live tours, acting as goodwill ambassadors in the process. A lot of this success comes from British artists’ abilities to freely …
Duration (h:m:s): 23:55
I have no plans to help storm Area 51 on the 20th of this month. I’m referring to a joke Facebook event that some UFO enthusiasts have taken seriously: Their motto is “They can’t stop all of us.” There are also plans for an impromptu, unlicensed music festival in a nearby village.
Duration (h:m:s): 21:55
Allow me to bring to your attention the British DJ John Peel, whose posthumous 80th birthday is this Friday. Peel worked for an offshore pirate station outside of London before moving in 1967 to the BBC, bringing with him an attitude of independence and iconoclasm. For 37 years he programmed music he thought people should hear, regardless of charts or …