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INTRODUCTION: “Fragile” by String (live from Viña del mar 2011:; “The Seven Last Words of the Unarmed” by Joel Thompson (live from Sphinx 2017:
MOVEMENT ONE (13:44): “Blair Tindall, Whose Music Memoir Scandalized, Dies at 63”:; Oboe Quartet in F, K. 370, “Adagio” by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart:; “Questlove Debuts Young Adult Novel Dedicated To His 9-Year-Old Self — 'I Want Black Nerds To See Themselves'”:; “The Next Movement” by The Roots:
MOVEMENT TWO (37:15): “stay volk” by Mobley:; “Remembering Sundays” by Masego:; “Tadow” by FKJ & Masego:
MOVEMENT THREE (47:55): Interview with Stanford Thompson (; Trumpet Concerto by Johann Hummel, feat. Stanford Thompson:; “Idyll” by Samuel Coleridge-Taylor (perf. Minnesota Orchestra, Kensho Watanabe:
THE TRILLOQUY( 01:38:20): “The Anthemic Allure of ‘Dixie’, An Enduring Confederate Monument”:; “Gone With The Wind (from BlacKKKlansman) by Terence Blanchard:
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Creators & Guests

Loki Karuna
"I spent years pursuing excellence: what classical music is all about. Now it's dedicated to freedom; that's far more important." -Nina Simone #NamMyohoRengeKyo


CLASSICAL MUSIC has been misappropriated as a musical genre and a culture rooted in the aesthetics of Western Europe.
TRILLOQUY is the weekly podcast built to DECOLONIZE the traditional definitions and conversations surrounding CLASSICAL MUSIC.