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Sound Culture at Curry College

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These are Sound Culture Slices that will air on WMLN-FM at Curry College

1. Born in Hungary, Les Muray developed an undying love for his father and his home country, which he expresses through Hungarian folk music and a rock opera with political overtones. He reveals the surprising connection between his favorite band - Crosby, Stills, and Nash - and Process Philosophy.

2. After being exposed to all kinds of music, Jordan Reed fell in love with dance music.He spends his time outside of class playing hockey and being a DJ. He found something mysterious about what attracts him to dance music.

3. Jennifer Balboni grew up in a musical family. She listened to classically trained musicians and soul artists, especially Ray Charles, whose music fills her with memories of her happy childhood and loving parents. The music of Seal also reminds her of the happiest, most hopeful times in her life. She reveals her special connection to Andrea Bocelli...

4. After learning at his high school graduation that life is a long and winding road filled with obstacles, Jerry Gibbs decided to never surrender as he started on his career in television. However, he also has a way to reach toward Heaven with the music of Coldplay.

5. As a child of the 70s, Larry Hartenian escaped the dysfunctional culture of America by visiting Germany and discovering his professional passion. He has religious experiences through music, despite being an atheist. He discovered a special relationship to German Industrial Music and Jazz.

6 Julian Bryson loved Latin music when he was in middle school, before Latin music became popular. When he was considering going to graduate school to become a choral composer, he heard an important song from the musical "Sunday in the Park with George" that helped him "Move On." He learned the power of choral music in a unique way at a concert featuring explosions...

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