Classical Classroom

Classical Classroom, Ep. 143: Electro-Acoustic Chamber Music With The Living Earth Show

Where rock instruments and classical music come to wrastle.

Andy Meyerson and Travis Andrews are....The Living Earth ShowCourtesy of the artists' Bandcamp
Andy Meyerson and Travis Andrews are….The Living Earth Show

Fun fact: Gilmore Girls scripts are almost twice as long as other TV shows of comparable length. In this regard, this is the Gilmore Girls of Classical Classroom episodes. Andy Meyerson and Travis Andrews of the Living Earth Show teach all about electro-acoustic chamber music, sure, but they do a lot more. In addition to talking about the composers and works they commission, and about experimental classical music in general, you are guaranteed to hear boiling water used musically, and at least one verbal treatise on Lars Ulrich of Metallica. Take notes, people. This is pure gold.

By the way, the Living Earth Show will be releasing a new album in late October called Dance Music. You’ll preview music from that album in this episode.

Music in this episode:

  • “Helpless,” from Garage Days Re-Revisited by Metallica.
  • “Enter Sandman,” from Metallica by Metallica.
  • Performed by the Living Earth Show:
    • Family Sing-A-Long and Game Night (composed by Nicole Lizée)
    • The Bell, The Ball, The Bow-Tie, & The Boot (composed by Jonathan Pfeffer)
    • Tassel (composed by Anna Meredith)

Audio production by Todd “Stevie Ray Todd” with keyboards by Dacia Clay and editing by Mark DiClaudio.

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Dacia Clay

Host/Producer, Classical Classroom; Web Editor, Arts & Culture

Dacia began her career in public radio as the Audio Librarian for Houston Public Media (then KUHF) in 2009. She earned her Master of Library Science degree from the University of North Texas' School of Library and Information Science, where she focused on special collections (thanks to the sage advice...

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