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DoseNation Ep. 48 - Alexandre Tannous

Ethnomusicologist Alexandre Tannous returns to DoseNation with hosts Jake Kettle and Brian Normand to discuss sound meditation, the magic behind music, electronic dance music, overtones, Corsican and Georgian Chant, and more. Alexandre will also be a Psymposium 2014 speaking about and conducting Sound Meditation.

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Audun. : 2014-04-15 10:41:04
Dear new friends :) Great podcast! I'm subscribing immediately. I was walking around in Amherst this weekend looking at the spring as well (because it's very different in Mexico where I live, and since I'm from Norway, Amherst is more like what I grew up with) and I saw the crocus as well. Crocus-pocus :P Spring magic. Beautiful. After the walk I found myself in a park where thousands of people were firing up their various cannabis products. The rest of the weekend I spent with you guys, and it was definitely a peak in my personal history! And we heard Alexandre talk and play. I wanted to ask him some questions... Was Bach the first one to tune the piano in temperate scales in order for his modulating pieces to work out? Why does the Western human monkey tend toward the "squaring" of everything in nature? Is there a meaningful purpose behind this constant endeavor in such a way that our abstractions and rigid systems of things are now useful as we re-encounter all the other cultures on the planet with their much less "square" understanding of nature? Or are we simply mistaken and misguided? Any thoughts?

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