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Invisible Choir

Reach Freaks

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The Invisible Choir true crime podcast examines the most heinous murders through investigative storytelling, primary source audio, and victim testimonials. We aim to bring voice to the voiceless, and visibility to the invisible. Independently recorded and produced by Michael Ojibway and Reach Freaks, LLC.
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Choir Practice Podcast

Brian Parker

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First Responders, and Public Servants, share the most extraordinary experiences from their careers. Here on Choir Practice our mission is to preserve our guests personal legacies for friends and family, sharing their stories for anyone who might be curious or interested in a career in public service.
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The Choir Director Corner Podcast is dedicated to providing choir directors with practical resources to utilize in their teaching. Matt Walker, the creator of The Choir Director Corner, reveals the teaching strategies, methods, and workflows that he has used in building a successful choral program. Discover tips and strategies that will help you save time amidst your busy schedule, run more productive, engaging and efficient rehearsals, and help you tackle your biggest teaching challenges.
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The Choir Room Podcast

Metromusic & Arts

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This podcast exists to promote and encourage two long-time traditions in our society that seem to be dwindling…The Choir and Corporate Singing. We hope to revive the excitement and joy experienced with singing in a choir, as well as inform and educate the listener on all things singing, and all things choir related. A weekly podcast featuring discussion and interviews with choir directors, choir members, and other guests representing church choirs, college and university choirs, community ch ...
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Choir Fam Podcast

Dean Luethi & Matthew Myers

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The Choir Fam Podcast is a venue for conversations about the current state of choral music. Hosts Dean Luethi and Matthew Myers seek to bring the worldwide choral community closer together through their discussions with a variety of guests who work with choir in its various forms. The goal of the podcast is to provide listeners with interesting tidbits of knowledge they could use in day-to-day choral rehearsals and to bring light to the ways that issues in the choral field are being observed ...
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Choir Baton

Beth Philemon

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The Choir Baton podcast conducts stories, ideas, and inspiration with people about choir and life. Join host, Beth Philemon, on solo episodes and interviews on choir Together we ask questions, seek understanding, and share insight from our experiences in life and in choir - and to connect the Choir Baton mission of #MorePeopleSinging - For more information visit ChoirBaton.com
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Taking a break from the world of reality television, Glee superfans Matt and Aman embark on a journey back inside the halls of William McKinley High School to relive the series' highs (Adele mashups) and lows (all Will Schuester raps).
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A Choir Line

Mikko Parker

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Welcome to A Choir Line! Here I talk about the show Glee, show choir, bring on good singers, and much more fun! I also like to review show choir shows! If you have any recommendations for my podcast then go leave a review or leave a voice message! I am always opened to recommendations! I hope you enjoy A Choir Line!
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TXST Choirs Today!

Jonathan Babcock

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The Texas State University School of Music annually hosts notable figures in choral music today. TXST Choirs Today! Dr. Jonathan Babcock of the Texas State Choral Faculty interviews our campus visitors on their music, their passion and their craft. Guests include conductors Craig Hella Johnson (Artistic Director, Conspirare), Z. Randall Stroope (Director of Choral Activities, Oklahoma State University) & Craig Jessop (conductor emeritus The Mormon Tabernacle Choir), as well as composers Gwyn ...
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Formerly the Find Your Forte podcast - Step up to the podium with purpose and make the most of your public or private school's choral program with solutions you never saw coming! Join Choir Ninja, Ryan Guth as he brings you weekly interviews with veteran in-the-trenches choral directors on how to manage your choir, teach concepts like sight-singing and group vocal technique, market your program, and help inspire a love of choral music in your students each day.
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This series looks at the thoughts, feelings and experiences of participants involved in The Pathhead Choir Songwriting Project HERE WE ARE, a project in collaboration with creative ageing organisation Autumn Voices, funded by Creative Scotland and a grant from The Hope Scott Trust. Singer and songwriter Sophie Bancroft guided a group of The Pathhead Choir members aged 60+ to write original songs for The Pathhead Choir to perform. These songs were then arranged and notated for the choir by Pa ...
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We would like to introduce you to our podcast series, Voices From The Choir: Oh Happy Day Reflections. I will be your host for these nine episodes as we hear the personal stories from some of the original members of the Northern California State Youth Choir of the Church of God in Christ. As they reflect on their amazing journey in 1969 singing in the State Youth Choir. After recording an album to raise money to travel to a church choir competition, things change when one of the songs broke ...
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1. C3 NYC Worship - Starting to See 2. The Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir - More Than Anything 3. Red Hands - With all my heart 4. Vive Worship - Bless Hoped 5. Nicole Lashawn - Another Day 6. Saraphina - You Do Not Lie 7. Cece Winans by Ntokozo Mbamba Mbatha - Believe for it 8. Kierra Sheard - Miracles 9. Jekalyn Carr - I believe God 10. The Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir feat. TaRanda Greene - He’s Been Faithful 11. Tiffany Daniels Hudson - Enough 12. Planetshakers - Never Thirst Again 13. C3 NYC Wo ...
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Rachel Gilmore joins the Isaac Wylde and Chris Curtis as the three dissect the current growing threat of extremism and fascism in Canada, how it's quietly growing, the distrust of media, and the way that extreme right wing beliefs are slowly infiltrating the mainstream conservative views due to Pierre Poillevre and his teams. This is a sobering con…
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Hosts Corey J. Mahler coreyjmahler.com @CoreyJMahler Woe aka Eschatologuy @treblewoe All that we have comes from God. As we covered in the episode on jealousy, we are, in fact, to be jealous, to be protective, of the things that are ours. However, this must be balanced against the fact that much of what we hold we hold in trust. There are things wh…
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All new stories, all new good times...It's Paul Y'all! He's been here before , and much like Joe Knipp, if you listen to the show regularly it tends to remind you of some of your own experiences that you might have forgotten. I'll tell you I appreciate Paul because he is one of my faithful listeners and I know I can count on him for live, real time…
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“I started to see the possibilities of what a youth community choir could be. Seeing that profound impact on a young woman was very transformative for me. After two or three years, everything that I did had more layers. There was a new potential of enhancement and community impact. The things that make me go like a volcano are about community, acce…
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It seems like just yesterday, I uploaded the first episode of the Choir Director Corner Podcast, not know where the road might take me. And here we are, at 100 episodes! In Episode 100, I'm going back into the podcast archives and sharing with you ten of top 10 episodes of the podcast. Not only are these some of the most downloaded episodes, but th…
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As we gather in the Choir Room this Easter, a time of reflection and rejoicing unfolds through the power of choral music. The episode kicks off with a stirring reminder of Christ's sacrifice, captured in Kurt Carr's poignant composition, performed remotely during the 2020 pandemic by Greg Thomas and Misty Quinn, and we're transported through the ri…
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35-year-old Ellie Mizon Tran was an immigrant from Vietnam who came to America in search of a new life and better opportunities. While establishing herself in the states, working two jobs at different nail salons in Virginia Beach, Ellie had endured one failed marriage. However, her second husband would turn out to be far worse than the first. On V…
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Chris and Isaac continue their interview with Amanda moore as they dive deeply into her discoveries while she infiltrated the depths of fascism and conservatism in the USA. This conversation is not for the faint of heart. Find in-depth features, political commentary, podcast episodes and more at https://therover.ca/ Become a Rover member today at h…
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Hosts Corey J. Mahler coreyjmahler.com @CoreyJMahler Woe aka Eschatologuy @treblewoe “Every good gift and every perfect gift is from above, coming down from the Father of lights, with Whom there is no variation or shadow due to change.” All that we have and all that we are flows from God, and yet, as covered in previous episodes, God acts in time v…
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Joe is back and I must say that I'm a bit sad, feeling a sense of loss for the show because he FINALLY ran out of stories to tell! That means I'll have to wait until he retires again to hear his "San Diego Chronicles!" AS always, this episode was fun and I'm happy that I get to share yet one more super cool friend with the best Squad of folks out t…
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“If a student has been unsuccessful at elementary and middle school, by the time they get to high school, it’s really hard to shift and course correct. But if they haven’t been successful at elementary and you get them at the middle school level, you really do have the potential to shift that course in a monumental way, to reshape their views about…
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This is the first half of our discussion with Amanda Moore, a journalist from Washington, DC. For more than two hours we discussed her infiltration into the alt-right, a movement that has sprung up all over the United States. We talked about the concerted effort to get politicians and committee members further and further on the right elected to of…
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The question came from one of the members of our CDC Community Membership: "How, or where, do I start in teaching music literacy to my choir, when almost all of my singers are beginners when it comes to sightreading?" Our elementary general music colleagues know--it's all about starting with "sound before sight"! We need to give our singers an aura…
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Hosts Corey J. Mahler coreyjmahler.com @CoreyJMahler Woe aka Eschatologuy @treblewoe “Every good gift and every perfect gift is from above, coming down from the Father of lights, with Whom there is no variation or shadow due to change.” The modern world would have us believe that jealousy is a purely negative matter — we all know the tropes. Script…
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Timmy had to come back because there wasn't enough time to cover his career the first time he was in the hot seat... We had a great time, shared a few bourbons and put a nice little bow on his career and episode. Don't miss it, turn it up and enjoy...Brian Parker による
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The court system is in dire straits in Quebec. Overstuffed jails and not enough personnel have led to a crisis. Chris announces a grant that the Rover has been awarded, and how he’ll be reporting on the judicial system in Quebec, how that will occur, and together, Chris and Isaac discuss the problems and possible solutions to this crisis. Please jo…
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Chet was introduced to me by his wife, Meghan Henderson-Greene, who used to be a Detective at the Tucson Police Department. He's a Canyon Del Oro HS grad, and University of Arizona Grad. He played baseball through his college Sophomore year but decided to step away. He said this was the first time he ever "Quit" anything and it didn't sit well with…
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As choir directors, we often find our teaching centered in the "Performing" set of the National Music Standards--it can be difficult to find ways to incorporate the "Responding" and "Connecting" sections of the standards. In Episode 98 of the podcast, I share with you how I use my Choir March Madness Listening Project to cover some of these "harder…
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16-year-old Brianna Ghey was a transgender teen from Birchwood, Cheshire - located about 15 miles west of Manchester, England. Online, she portrayed herself as a confident and fierce role model for LGBTQ+ teenagers everywhere. But despite having thousands of followers on TikTok, offline, Brianna privately struggled with anxiety and depression. In F…
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Thank you for joining us once again! Chris and Isaac break down the details and dive right in to the reality of what's facing anglophone universities in Quebec as the tuition hike looms around the corner. Here's the secret- it doesn't just affect anglophones. This is a major situation which is bound to have an effect on most of Quebec, from the cul…
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“Contemporary commercial music is closer to the students’ everyday musical culture. There’s that component of culturally relevant pedagogy that both show choir and vocal jazz meet. They are a bit more naturally motivating to a majority of students, and we honor the musical culture of the United States and our popular styles from the last 100 years …
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Hosts Corey J. Mahler coreyjmahler.com @CoreyJMahler Woe aka Eschatologuy @treblewoe When the world demands that we speak falsely about the faith, we are required to speak the truth; when the world demands that we speak truthfully about the faith, but neglect certain truths, then it is those very truths the world tells us to ignore that we must pro…
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Gary Lynch worked for the City of Tucson for 37 years, and said he would've kept going had the circumstances worked out. He trained 176 officers in his prolific career. He was much like John Patla, a sincerely nice person, while effectively hunting and arresting bad guys. Many of my guests have mentioned that he trained them, they are part of his l…
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Choir is a fusion of singing, faith, community, and tradition that resonates with many of us. In this episode we've orchestrated a vibrant discussion around reviving choir traditions, the undervalued power of corporate singing, and the intricate challenges choir directors confront in today's ever-evolving world, particularly in the wake of a pandem…
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Thank you so much for listening! The Rover Media is a completely independant journal based out of Montreal. Our work goes to supporting several journalists, as well as a beautiful family of three. If you enjoyed what you heard, we'd love if you signed up for our free newsletter, or if you wanted to support us with a subscription! https://therover.c…
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Hosts Corey J. Mahler coreyjmahler.com @CoreyJMahler Woe aka Eschatologuy @treblewoe Technology is a part of our daily lives. In fact, technology has been a part of the daily life of man from the beginning. Whether that technology is relatively simple — a garden hoe or a flint knife — or incredibly complex — a nuclear reactor or a quantum computer …
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It's time for me to introduce the newest member of The Squad, the guest for episode 117....drumroll... Retired Tucson Police Lieutenant Tim Gilder! Joining the show at a time when we're sitting at 45,433 all time downloads, I'm excited for you all to hear how he started as Security Police in the USAF, then joined US Customs and worked the Nogales P…
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"I didn’t want to do any middle level teaching because of behavior, but I ended up teaching eight years at Patrick Henry Junior High. I loved every moment of it. I learned that if the kids loved and trusted you, they would do anything for you. It was just so much fun to take what they were willing to give and do some good work with them. It all tra…
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27-year-old Karina Castro was a single mother of two living in San Carlos, CA. She was in the process of looking for a new apartment following an ugly breakup with her estranged boyfriend, 33-year old rapper, Jose “Rafa” Solano Landaeta. According to Karina’s family, she was excited to get away from Jose and start a new life with her girls. However…
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As the harmonies of "Oh, the Deep, Deep Love of Jesus" resonated in the Choir Room, Dorian Johnson enlightens us on this deep content rich hymn of the church. Mietta Stancil-Farrar navigates us through our CRQ to discuss the rich tapestry of choir beyond the church walls, uncovering the wide-reaching impact of gospel music from serene nursing home …
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Hosts Corey J. Mahler coreyjmahler.com @CoreyJMahler Woe aka Eschatologuy @treblewoe Repentance consists of contrition and faith. Contrition is sorrow for sin, the terrors of conscience that are attendant the realization of the nature of sin and God’s wrath toward it; faith, in this case, is the entirety of the Christian life — the ‘and then what’,…
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