WR765: Adele M Wilding

Episode 765 February 06, 2023 00:44:43
WR765: Adele M Wilding
Witchpolice Radio
WR765: Adele M Wilding

Feb 06 2023 | 00:44:43


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Sam Thompson

Show Notes

Very interesting conversation on this episode with jazz vocalist/composer/educator Adele M Wilding.

She’s presenting a three-week vocal workshop on African-American spirituals next month at the Manitoba Conservatory of Music and Arts, and we discussed the direct throughway from spirituals to all genres of popular music today, aural and oral traditions, the idea of musical “soul”, and much more.

We also got into Adele’s upcoming ‘jazz vespers’ event, and the idea of bringing a jazz trio into a religious setting and reach a wider community.
This episode also includes music from Adele's various projects. Check out her Bandcamp page for more.
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