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Classical Classroom, Episode 75: The Democracy of Chamber Music with Cantus (Rerun)

Or, “How it works when everyone involved in making the music is a special snowflake.”

Classical Classroom, Episode 75: The Democracy of Chamber Music with Cantus (Rerun)

Cantus Vocal Ensemble. Photo by Nate Ryan.

Show Notes

One of the distinguishing characteristics of chamber music is its inherent "democracy" – each part is of equal importance. Aaron Humble and Paul Rudoi of the Cantus Vocal Ensemble explain how it works when everyone involved in making the music is a special snowflake.

Audio production by Todd "Sir Toddsalot" Hulslander with unflagging devotion to somethingerother by Dacia Clay.

Music in this episode, all by Cantus:

From A Harvest Home

  • "My Journey Yours"
  • "How Can I Keep from Singing?"
  • "The Pasture"
  • "Fiddle Tune"
  • "Eventide"

From On the Shoulders of Giants:

  • "Zikr"

Thanks to the official sunglasses provider of our show and the Pacific Northwest: Sonny’s Sunglasses Shack, where during the summer, we’re open for 22 hours a day – just like your eyes!

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