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Latest Ether Game

November 12, 2019


Paper Airplane

Flying Home

It's up, up and away on this lofty episode, looking at music all about flight!


The Ether Game Brain Trust's Top Five Musical Mix-ups

finger print

Just because a composer's name is written on the music doesn't mean they wrote it! Explore five moments when history got it wrong.

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Why Should You Listen to Saint-Saëns' Organ Symphony?


Find out how the theme of Camille Saint-Saëns' 3rd Symphony endured for a century

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The Ether Game Brain Trust's Top 5 Classical Music Duels

fencing duel

This week the Brain Trust picks 5 epic duels in classical music

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What is the Most Famous Piece of Classical Music?

gold record

What piece is the top dog in classical music? We try to figure it out on this week's Ethercast

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When Should We Clap? (Concert Etiquette Part 3: The Transition)

opera house stage

The Ether Game Brain Trust concludes its first exploration on concert etiquette

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When Should We Clap? (Concert Etiquette Part 2: The Frontier)

hands clapped together

This week on Ethercast, the Ether Game Brain Trust continues its exploration of concert etiquette with a listen to the Mannheim steamroller and the Mannheim rocket!

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Why is Silence the Cardinal Rule? (Concert Etiquette Part 1)

Piano Black and White

This week on Ethercast, we delve into the murky origins of concert etiquette.

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Why Should I Listen to Debussy’s Clair de Lune?

Forest scene from fantasia

On this week's Ethercast, we explore Debussy's Clair de Lune, and question why the piece is so popular,

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Body of Works: Torso Music

Venus Torso Statue

Our musical anatomy theme ends this week by looking inside to the music of hearts, lungs, and guts!

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Body of Works: Limb Music

Hands and Feet

Our "Body of Works" theme continues, looking at the music of shoulders, knees, and toes!

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Body of Works: Hair Music

Hair Dryer

Our musical anatomy theme continues with a look at some hirsute pieces of classical music!

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Body of Works: Head Music

head sculpture

Our "Body of Works" shows explore music about body parts. We begin with some "head" music.

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Licorice Stick: A Salute to the Clarinet


Ether Game's salute to the clarinet, featuring some of our favorite clarinet pieces!

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The Bard

william shakespeare

If music be the food of love, then play on with this collection of tunes based on Shakespeare's words!

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Back In Time: Composers Working In Older Styles


The playlist for our "Back In Time" episode, looking at composers mining music history for inspiration

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Drop Outs

A list of composers who dropped out of school, only to find success in music.

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