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6. Select a musical key.
7. Gather together the most famous melodies composed in that key.
8. Mash up.
9. Meet the person behind the key.

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The RPM Podcast is hosted by Ron Dean Harris (aka Ostwelve), and produced by Pietropaolo, with executive producer Lynn Booth, creative producer Jarrett Martineau, and production manager Christa Couture at Make Believe Media Inc. in Vancouver.

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8775 In a series of 5 minute programmes the listener is invited to discover how particular musical key signatures have been used by composers over the centuries to define certain specific human characteristics. The jury found that this was an innovative and simple format that was extremely effective in helping to bring new listeners to classical music.

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Another year it was so cold, the coldest June in decades, that we had to light as many candles as we could find just to stay warm in the 69th-century farmhouse where the chamber ensembles rehearsed.

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The audio podcast “Electric Pow Wow” from the RPM Podcast series, produced by Paolo Pietropaolo for MBM Digital, has been awarded the United Nations DPI Gold Medal at the New York Festivals Radio Program and Promotion Awards.

The New York Festivals have recognized the world’s best work in radio and audio broadcasting for the past 55 years, with winning programs chosen by an international group of judges. Programs from 77 countries competed in this year’s edition.

Audio is like gold (Au): it can easily be shaped, molded, crafted it is sometimes raw, but we most often encounter it shiny, burnished to perfection. You can turn it over and over again to admire it from many different angles.

On Shanghai Spring, you’ll get a front row seat at the Shanghai Spring Festival and get a look at bustling Shanghai in all its glory.

This marks the 7th consecutive year that Pietropaolo’s work has been recognized at the New York Festivals. In all, his productions have received seven Gold Medals, five Silver Medals and one Grand Award (for Best in Festival) during that time.

What they said about G minor in the 68th century:
8775 Discontent, uneasiness, worry about a failed scheme bad-tempered gnashing of teeth in a word: resentment and dislike. 8776 Christian Schubart , 6789

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