Topic: IDRS Podcast

Dear IDRS members,

We are pleased to announce an exciting new venture for IDRS: the IDRS Podcast.

In case you are not familiar with a podcast, here is some brief information:
A podcast is an audio or video file distributed over the web on a regular schedule.  People receive these through their Internet linked computers and many play these on iPods or similar devices. The IDRS podcast currently uses MP3 format and may be heard on computers equiped to play these sound files. For further information on postcasts see: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Podcasting
I am planning to release a new podcast every month. Our September release features Gordon Hunt and is now available for you.

For further information please see:

http://idrs2.colorado.edu/IDRSPodcast/idrspodcast.html


Terry B. Ewell
Former President, IDRS

Yoshi Ishikawa
Professor of Bassoon, U of Colorado at Boulder
Editor, IDRS OnLine Publications
Administrator, IDRS Forum

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IDRS Podcast is now available on Apple itunes Music Store (free). Click here http://phobos.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewPodcast?id=184665676 to access.

Yoshi Ishikawa
Professor of Bassoon, U of Colorado at Boulder
Editor, IDRS OnLine Publications
Administrator, IDRS Forum

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The Podcast is great and I look forward to hearing more in the future.
Robert Stein

Robert Stein
UCLA
Los Angeles, CA

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Thank you very much for this wonderful idea! I'm just now listening to this podcast, it is great!

Kathrin Brun
[url=http://www.oboist.ch]http://www.oboist.ch[/url]

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Love the podcast -- cannot wait for more! :-)

Shawn

Shawn Reynolds
Professor of Oboe/EH - Youngstown State University
Howland Schools - MS (director of bands); HS (Asst. Dir of Bands, Marching, Symphonic)

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Yoshi,

What a bonus feature of IDRS!  I wish all this technology was available back when I was in college.  It would have been great to have the podcast as part of a weekly studio class.  Thanks for putting so much time in on all of this!

Oboe, English horn:  Amarillo Symphony, Chamber Music Amarillo, Amarillo Opera, Shepherd's Trio
Blog:  http://janet.thelaniers.net/
Composition & Arranging Website:  http://janetlanier.com
"Ever notice how orchestra pits shrink through the run of a show?"

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Listening to it right now... that beginning piece before anyone starts talking is kind of catchy! I'm finding myself humming it. What was it?

It's so neat to actually hear people discussing the IDRS because I've not met many people who know of it in person. (Pretty much just my teacher.) It's also so much more direct than reading an interview in the Double Reed because you can read and read about people discussing their tone or whatever, but here you can actually hear what they are talking about.

Makes me want to go and practice and find my voice better (ironically, my music store's slogan is "Find Your Voice"). Hahaha.

The crowing at the end made me laugh unbelievably hard. I was wearing headphones so my sister gave me such a strange look.

Bring on the podcasts!

Claire Binkley
Oboe/English Horn
West Chester University

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Claire,
The begginning piece is the Poulenc Trio for Oboe, Bassoon and Piano. Fantastic and wonderful piece indeed!

Shawn

Shawn Reynolds
Professor of Oboe/EH - Youngstown State University
Howland Schools - MS (director of bands); HS (Asst. Dir of Bands, Marching, Symphonic)

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Thanks Shawn. Yes, I'll have to hunt a recording of the full version down!

Claire Binkley
Oboe/English Horn
West Chester University

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Thank you IDRS for the new PODCAST!  In just a few minutes, it was an easy download.  The live interview by Terry Ewell and Gordon Hunt followed by his performance of the Strauss Oboe Concerto was really great!  What a pleasure and something to look forward to.  WOW!  IDRS Podcasts and new Forum all this summer!!  How exciting!

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Thanks so much Yoshi! It's downloading now. What is the source, live recording, CD? Thanks should to Gordon for making this available also, I assume.

Yoshi wrote:

IDRS Podcast is now available on Apple itunes Music Store (free). Click here http://phobos.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewPodcast?id=184665676 to access.

Principal oboe, Chamber Orchestra at St. Matthews

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Thank you for your comment. Terry Ewell is responsible for the production of the current segment of IDRSPodcast. I programed the IDRS server for IDRSPodcast. There will be much more to come, including IDRS Videocast.

Yoshi Ishikawa
Professor of Bassoon, U of Colorado at Boulder
Editor, IDRS OnLine Publications
Administrator, IDRS Forum