"My Redeemer Lives: Bethlehem" with Todd McCabe & April Moriarty One has studied classical violin and played with symphonies and world-renowned artists and conductors. The other -- the pianist -- doesn't even read the bass clef, but Todd McCabe and April Moriarty both have a gift for improvisation and playing by ear that has turned into three CDs on the life the Savior; "My Redeemer Lives: Galilee," "Calvary," and now for Christmas, "Bethlehem."

That's this week on The Cricket and Seagull...

Direct download: cs-toddandapril.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 11:57pm MDT

"A Christmas Celebration" with Gladys Knight and the Saints Unified Voices So how do you follow a Grammy Award-winning Gospel CD? With more Gospel, of course! In fact, "A Christmas Celebration" from Gladys Knight and the Saints Unified Voices goes right back to the beginning, sharing the good news of Jesus Christ and his birth as a tiny baby in Bethlehem -- the Reason for the Season. Let's celebrate!

That's this week on The Cricket and Seagull...

Direct download: cs-suvchristmas.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 1:32am MDT

"Farewell to Nauvoo" with Fiddlesticks and Lisa Arrington There are some places where all you have to say is their name to evoke an entire history. For the Latter-day Saints one of those beloved, joyous, melancholy, and even holy places is Nauvoo, Illinois.

Fiddlesticks -- the Davis family's Celtic folk band -- and singer/arranger Lisa Arrington have teamed up to record a catalog of historic musical treasures celebrating the era and the spirit of that most remarkable place.

It's called "Farewell to Nauvoo." That's this week on the Cricket and Seagull...

Direct download: cs-farewellnauvoo.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 2:06am MDT

"Beholding Salvation: Images of Christ" at the BYU Museum of Art - Enhanced Podcast (Enhanced version of the Podcast - viewable in iTunes and on iPods)

BEHOLDING SALVATION: IMAGES OF CHRIST New Exhibit at the BYU Museum of Art

Powerful is the only way to describe it. 170 different paintings, prints, icons, illuminated manuscripts and sculpture from diverse times and creeds. It's impossible to bring you the entirety in the time we have, but Nicole Cannariato -- a Curatorial Assistant at the museum -- walks us through the exhibit focusing on just a few pieces from each section of the show.

If you're listening on an iPod or through iTunes, you'll be able to see the images in the enhanced podcast format. If not, then just visit meridianmagazine.com/radio to find this episode with all the images included. Many thanks to the kind permission of the copyright holders as we endeavor to share with listeners and viewers world-wide a small part of the spiritual impact of "Beholding Salvation: Images of Christ".

That's this week on The Cricket and Seagull..

Direct download: cs-beholdingsalvation.m4a
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 4:10am MDT

"Beholding Salvation: Images of Christ" at the BYU Museum of Art BEHOLDING SALVATION: IMAGES OF CHRIST New Exhibit at the BYU Museum of Art

Powerful is the only way to describe it. 170 different paintings, prints, icons, illuminated manuscripts and sculpture from diverse times and creeds. It's impossible to bring you the entirety in the time we have, but Nicole Cannariato -- a Curatorial Assistant at the museum -- walks us through the exhibit focusing on just a few pieces from each section of the show.

If you're listening on an iPod or through iTunes, you'll be able to see the images in the enhanced podcast format. If not, then just visit meridianmagazine.com/radio to find this episode with all the images included. Many thanks to the kind permission of the copyright holders as we endeavor to share with listeners and viewers world-wide a small part of the spiritual impact of "Beholding Salvation: Images of Christ".

That's this week on The Cricket and Seagull...

(This is the regular podcast version -- to view the images discussed visit http://www.meridianmagazine.com/radio beginning Friday, November 17, 2006. The Enhanced Podcast will be posted separately.)

Direct download: cs-beholdingsalvation.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 8:29pm MDT

"In Reverence" with David Tolk David Tolk is known to many as the guy at the piano in Peter Breinholt's band -- he's known to others as a North Star Records recording artist -- and of course 4 people just call him "Dad." This week he gives advice to LDS musicians about balancing family, music, and career -- shares his unusual method for arranging hymns and talks about the spiritual power of instrumental music. It's David Tolk with his new CD "In Reverence." That's this week on The Cricket and Seagull...
Direct download: cs-inreverence.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 1:31am MDT

"RootsMagic" with Bruce Buzbee There was a time when Genealogy and Family History meant filing cabinets full of paper, extra wide typewriters (remember what those are?), and lots of White Out. Nowadays though, Family History enthusiasts are more likely to talk about PAF, and GEDCOMS, and CyndisList.com -- it's a whole new world and today we're talking with a programmer who caught the vision of this revolution decades ago and has a suite of helpful programs to show for his years of focus and dedication. We talk about genealogy past, present, and future with "RootsMagic" company Founder and President, Bruce Buzbee. That's this week on the Cricket and Seagull...
Direct download: cs-rootsmagic.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 1:38am MDT

"One Voice" - Grammy Award-winning music with Gladys Knight and the Saints Unified Voices Just for a moment close your eyes. Imagine 100 strong voices united to Praise the Lord, then add a soulful musical legend as a director and occasional soloist. Now open your eyes and see their faces reflecting the colors and the cultures of the whole world. It's the Saints Unified Voices choir and in them you see a representation of the new world-wide face of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

The SUV choir has won a Gospel Grammy, but you won't find them at Carnegie Hall or filling event centers. When they combine their voices into one to reach hearts and reach heaven, you'll most likely hear them in the everyday chapels where they fulfill their mission -- spreading the gospel of Jesus Christ to every one of God's children in all their diversity. "One Voice" -- Gladys Knight and the Saints Unified Voices. That's this week, on the Cricket and Seagull...
Direct download: cs-suvchoir.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 2:20am MDT

These days more people than ever can work from home and telecommute, you can even do your own radio show (like this one!) from your home studio, and now, you can even be your own radio station -- all from a little black box in your back room.

John and Shelly Hesch

Of course you have to figure out how to do all this from scratch since it's all new technology. But if you're John Hesch, from St. George, Utah -- that's way down south in Utah's "Dixie" -- you get the bug, the passion for an outlet for independent LDS music, and you start with just one listener and watch it grow until you have listeners in over 50 countries!

The Hesch's License Plate

That’s this week, on the Cricket and Seagull...


The Cricket and Seagull Fireside Chat is a Podcast bringing music and interviews to Latter-day Saints and their friends worldwide. Steven Kapp Perry features the unique voices of authors, artists, musicians, scholars, and fellow Saints. Pull up a chair and join us for The Cricket & Seagull Fireside Chat!

You can always find the most recent edition at MeridianMagazine.com/Radio.
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Direct download: cs-kzion.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 8:36pm MDT

This edition is filled with songs reaching for that "intangible overallness" -- that indefinable spiritual quality great songs possess.

The songwriter himself is a busy musician, husband, and father of three who doesn't usually know what the songs are about until they're finished and he can listen like everyone else.  He defended the Beatles on the playground in 2nd grade and tells why climbing tall trees -- and temples -- have a lot in common.  It’s "All the Color Green" with Utah singer/songwriter Peter Breinholt.

That’s this week, on the Cricket and Seagull...

11 Tracks:

All the Color Green • You Are Home • Old Paint • Tilting the Windmills • Don't Be Shy • First Song • Little Bird • For Becca, In England • A Little Spot of Ground • Queen Olé • The Rain Tree


The Cricket and Seagull Fireside Chat is a Podcast bringing music and interviews to Latter-day Saints and their friends worldwide. Steven Kapp Perry features the unique voices of authors, artists, musicians, scholars, and fellow Saints. Pull up a chair and join us for The Cricket & Seagull Fireside Chat!

You can always find the most recent edition at MeridianMagazine.com/Radio.
To get the free subscription URL for your Podcatcher, click the icon:
For free "One-click" instant subscription through iTunes, click the icon:
Click the banner for info on music, talks, scriptures, and books for your .mp3 player!
Direct download: cs-peterbreinholt.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 12:53am MDT



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