18th-century German composer
It's a groundbreaking week for the Bachelor franchise - the first episodes starring the first bisexual and first Indigenous Australian lead in the franchise's history have just aired, and believe it or not - they were really good. We're joined by the great Nat Tencic (triple j, The Hook Up), who shares her perspective as a broadcaster who discusses sex, love and relationships on the regular; as a new Bachie viewer, as a bisexual woman, and as someone who recently got to speak to Brooke about her season. We discuss how Brooke is approaching this season head-on, our impressions of the dynamics forming in the cast during the first two episodes, and how (at least so far) the show is rising to the challenge. Plus, did you realise they're actually making history this season?
This past week would have been the 91st birthday of Barry McDaniel (1930-2018), the great US-American Berlin-based lyric baritone whose artistry encompassed opera, oratorio (particularly the music of Bach), art song (particularly Lieder), and contemporary music, as well as delicious forays into operetta. This episode celebrates all aspects of this exceptionally fine singer, whose immediately recognizable voice, allied to a firm technique, superb diction, superior musicianship, and devotion to his craft yielded finely-hewn, distinctively inflected performances in a career which spanned nearly fifty years. The episode features him singing music of Strauss, Bach, Rossini, Schubert, Reimann, Ravel, Henze, Rossini, Mozart, Debussy, Millöcker and more. Vocal guest stars include Alfredo Kraus, Agnes Giebel, Kurt Böhme, Arlene Saunders, Mack Harrell (who was McDaniel's teacher), and Edita Gruberová, to whom we pay especial tribute after her tragic death early last week. Countermelody is a podcast devoted to the glory and the power of the human voice raised in song. Singer and vocal aficionado Daniel Gundlach explores great singers of the past and present focusing in particular on those who are less well-remembered today than they should be. Daniel's lifetime in music as a professional countertenor, pianist, vocal coach, voice teacher, and journalist yields an exciting array of anecdotes, impressions, and “inside stories.” At Countermelody's core is the celebration of great singers of all stripes, their instruments, and the connection they make to the words they sing. By clicking on the following link (https://linktr.ee/CountermelodyPodcast) you can find the dedicated Countermelody website which contains additional content including artist photos and episode setlists. The link will also take you to Countermelody's Patreon page, where you can pledge your monthly support at whatever level you can afford. Bonus episodes available exclusively to Patreon supporters are currently available and further bonus content including interviews and livestreams is planned for the upcoming season.
Justin takes the Bach with alum Jaimi King from Nick Viall's season and BIP4! They discuss Michelle's season premiere - limo entrances, night one drama, and the first impression rose. Plus, who are Justin and Jaimi thirsty for?!Follow Jaimi on Instagram to keep up with her and all of her baking! Plus, listen to Jaimi's interview with Justin from last year here. Follow the pod on Instagram to stay in the know on all things Bachelor Nation. Remember to rate, review, and subscribe.
durée : 01:58:04 - Le Bach du dimanche du dimanche 24 octobre 2021 - par : Corinne Schneider - Au programme de cette 179e émission : Bach au piano avec l'américaine Claire Huangci (Toccatas), l'italien Filippo Gorini (Art de la Fugue) et l'autrichien Aaron Pilsan (Clavier bien tempéré 1) ; le nouveau disque du Café Zimmermann (label alpha) et pour finir Bach Flamenco avec Miriam Mendez. - réalisé par : Taïssia Froidure
This week on Ancient Kisstory, we do our best to reckon with the psychosexual gauntlet of The Bachelor's first ever 'Fantasy Suites'. That's right: it's Fuck Week for Alex Michel and his three finalists. How does the show convince us for the first time that this is Going To Be A Thing? How does Alex break it to three women that he's planning to fuck all of them? And can he make it through this week without puking? (no)
Abbie celebrates with her Bachelorette bestie Brooke Blurton as she recaps the happenings of the very first episode of the new season of The Bachelorette. So, why is Abbie comparing a loveseat to a tampon? And, who is Abbie keen on having a threesome with (besides Brooke)? LINKS Catch up with The Bachelor on Channel 10 Play https://bit.ly/2TvS4wn Follow @itsalotpod on Instagram for videos, memes, and fun BTS stuff http://bit.ly/itsalot-instagram Abbie's Instagram @abbiechatfield If you're looking to buy Abbie's VUSH vibrator, visit https://bit.ly/3Dqq938 CREDITS Host:Abbie Chatfield Guest: Brooke Blurton Executive Producer: Elise Cooper Producer and editor: Lem Zakharia See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
WE ARE BACK BABY and it's BACH-ETTE UNCUT TIME! After the mild success that was Bach Uncut last season with our Kinky Captain, a few of you wanted to hear us squabble our way through this season of the Bachelorette. Matty J is back behind the microphone and Laura is back behind a glass of wine! It is a Bachelorette world first...history making stuff! Australia's sweetheart Brooke Blurton our very first bisexual, Indigenous lead takes her third shot at love! Episode one kicks off with a traumatic walk down memory lane where the Honey Badger is thrust back onto our screens and to be honest, Australia wasn't ready for this yet. But Bachi makes up for this with the most heart warming Welcome To Country and who the hell is cutting onions!! Next up it's time to bring in the suitors! Matt has picked Konrad to win and Laura thinks it's going to be Darvid… ONLY TIME WILL TELL! Episode one sees some drama over an IKEA chair, and well we all know what a b*tch flat pack can be in a relationship. Some guy goes home. We can't remember his name. Episode 2: Our Persian Pirate prince Darvid gets the first single date, and he scores himself a big old sloppy kiss and a rose. And in true Bach form the first group date is the illusive group photo shoot and it did not disappoint. The cocktail gets a little spicy and Beautiful Beau goes home. We just hope the producers made him delete his camera roll before he left the mansion.
Police are ramping up their presence in coastal King Country towns ahead of the long weekend. Kawhia Community Board chairman Dave Walsh is concerned about people travelling to their baches in his area. He spoke to Corin Dann.
Opening Song: O Love That Will Not Let Me Go (Heritage) by As Isaac Lyrics: O Love that will not let me go I rest my weary soul in Thee I give Thee back the life I owe That in thine ocean depths its flow May richer, fuller be What kind of love is this? That You would call me friend What kind of love is this? This is my heritage O Joy that seekest me through pain I cannot close my heart to Thee I trace the rainbow through the rain And feel the promise is not vain That morn shall tearless be What kind of love is this? That You would call me friend What kind of love is this? This is my heritage Your song over all my years My perfect inheritance What kind of love, what kind of love is this! O Cross that liftest up my head I dare not ask to fly from thee; I lay in dust life's glory dead And from the ground there blossoms red Life that shall endless be Passage: 1 For every high priest chosen from among men is appointed to act on behalf of men in relation to God, to offer gifts and sacrifices for sins. 2 He can deal gently with the ignorant and wayward, since he himself is beset with weakness. 3 Because of this he is obligated to offer sacrifice for his own sins just as he does for those of the people. 4 And no one takes this honor for himself, but only when called by God, just as Aaron was. 5 So also Christ did not exalt himself to be made a high priest, but was appointed by him who said to him, “You are my Son, today I have begotten you”; 6 as he says also in another place, “You are a priest forever, after the order of Melchizedek.” 7 In the days of his flesh, Jesus offered up prayers and supplications, with loud cries and tears, to him who was able to save him from death, and he was heard because of his reverence. 8 Although he was a son, he learned obedience through what he suffered. 9 And being made perfect, he became the source of eternal salvation to all who obey him, 10 being designated by God a high priest after the order of Melchizedek. (Hebrews 5:1–10) Musical Reflection: O Sacred Head Now Wounded by Hans Leo Hassler Reflection Notes: This tune by Hassler is most famously set with the text “O Sacred, Now Wounded;” the most common harmonization was popularized by J.S. Bach in his St. Matthew Passion. It conveys the pathos of Christ's death with deep sincerity. Prayer: Almighty and everlasting God, in Christ you have revealed your glory among the nations: Preserve the works of your mercy, that your Church throughout the world may persevere with steadfast faith in the confession of your Name; through Jesus Christ our Lord, who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, for ever and ever. Amen.
We are SO excited that Brooke Blurton's gamechanging season of The Bachelorette is about to begin! Mere hours after the contestants' profiles went live on 10play, we sat down to pull apart what we could glean from them: both the traditional interview questions and night 1 photos, and also from their linked Instagram pages. We make our predictions for who will win, what kind of characters we're likely to see on the show, and who's likely to be Australia's next big anti-vax influencer. Also - a much-needed sidebar for some important chat about a breakfast cereal commercial from 2004.
Wouldn't be mercury retrograde without technical difficulties, right?! Today is the last day of mercury retrograde and boy did she go out with a bang..we love spooky szn. The episode is late but very much worth the wait, this episode is stacked! We have a fun top 3, a cool guest, and (thankfully) no Bach recap! This week we are joined by Sarah Lynn Robinson, creator of Appy Ending! We discuss dating in a world full of apps, being open & vulnerable, which cities have the best dates, profile do's & don'ts and SO MUCH more. It's such a fun conversation, you don't want to miss out! You can keep up with Sarah on social media! You can follow her on Tik Tok and Instagram at @appyending or you can visit her website to read her blog or book an Appy Hour with her at findyourappyending.com Don't forget to follow us on Instagram: @_snaxinthecity Twitter: @snax_inthecity Tik Tok: @_snaxinthecity and our personal handles on all platforms are @maddygriseto and @brianna_irene --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Jesús Demivida es un historiador musical que nos cuenta algunas revelaciones sorprendentes: la verdadera identidad de Bach, las referencias clásicas de Bad Bunny o las estaciones de Vivaldi
The “extravagantly talented” (The New York Times) American organist Cameron Carpenter today digitally releases his first album on Decca Gold, a recording of J.S. Bach's The Goldberg Variations, BWV 988 juxtaposed with his own transcription of Howard Hanson's Symphony No. 2 in D-flat Major, Opus 30, W45, "Romantic." Both works are performed on the International Touring Organ, the American digital concert organ designed by Cameron Carpenter. The album is available today digitally and will be released on CD at a date to be announced.Pre-Order and Stream Carpenter's Bach & Hanson
This week, Matt Munson (from Rachel Lindsay's season) takes the Bach with Justin! That's right, Justin is in the hot seat this week! Matt interviews Justin about how he started the pod, who the hottest men in the franchise are, his full time job working with Broadway shows, and so much more. Follow Matt on Instagram to keep up with the Bach alum. Follow Justin Takes the Bach on Instagram to stay in the know on all things Bachelor Nation and spill the tea with Justin himself. Please remember to rate, review, and subscribe.
durée : 01:58:07 - Le Bach du dimanche du dimanche 17 octobre 2021 - par : Corinne Schneider - Au programme de cette 178e émission : les 60 ans de Fabio Biondi à l'occasion de la parution de ses Sonates et Partitas (label Naïve) ; la découverte du nouveau CD du flûtiste Stefan Temmingh avec le Capricornus Consort de Bâle (label Accent) et un zoom sur le 26e Festival « Toulouse les orgues » - réalisé par : Céline Parfenoff
Eine Handvoll Global Player, alles und alle miteinander verzahnt, Monopolstrukturen überall. Die Netz-Infrastruktur hängt nach Ansicht vieler Experten am seidenen Faden. Fallen Cloudserver auf Google aus oder geht wegen eines albernen Fehlers bei Facebook deren Struktur den Bach runter, dann hat das Auswirkungen für Milliarden Nutzer. Wie der Facebook-Absturz vor wenigen Tagen zeigte, hat die enge Verzahnung unterschiedlicher Dienste und die Konzentration auf einen Anbieter erhebliche Nachteile für die Nutzer. Hinzu kommt: in Entwicklungsländern oder Ländern an der Schwelle zur Industrienation investiert Facebook viel Geld, um von Social Media Giganten auch gleich noch zum Internetanbieter zu werden.
On this episode of Ancient Kisstory, we're looking at the first ever Hometown Dates in Bachelor history. It's an opportunity to reflect on the institutions which run deep throughout the franchise's DNA - Christianity, the city of Dallas, and of course, suffering. It's a little bizarre to see Hometown Dates without the usual cookie-cutter drama: so instead of manufactured 'over-protective dad' tropes, we get naturalistic glimpses of America in 2002 (which just happens to include a few over-protective dads). Plus... a room full of corpses.
To celebrate a milestone in downloads and a successful season wrap with Bachtoberfest, here is our last entry of the year: a blooper reel that we collected from a bunch of episodes in Season 1. Here's to the listeners who gave this little podcast ten thousand downloads. See you in Season 2 for more Bach!
This week Tayla is joined by author Connelly Akstens and Volta Tran from Thundermist Health. Connelly discusses her memoir Without Shame: Learning to Be Me and Volta discusses her work as part of the Trans Health Access Team at Thundermist. They also discuss Bach, Lil Nas X, and the diversity of trans narratives. During The Last Chapter they discuss: What do you use as a bookmark? Like what you hear? Rate and review Down Time on Apple Podcasts or your podcast player of choice! If you'd like to submit a topic for The Last Chapter you can send your topic suggestions to email@example.com. Our theme music is Day Trips by Ketsa and our ad music is Happy Ukulele by Scott Holmes. Thanks for listening! Books Without Shame: Learning to Be Me by Connelly Akstens Detransition, Baby by Torrey Peters Magnus Hirschfeld: The Origins of the Gay Liberation Movement by Ralf Dose The Left Hand of Darkness by Ursula K. Le Guin Sailing Alone Around the World by Joshua Slocum Four Wings and a Prayer by Sue Halpern A Romance on Three Legs by Katie Hafner Bright Rivers by Nick Lyons Browse books by Georges Simenon She's Not There by Jennifer Finney Boylan AV A State of Wonder: The Complete Goldberg Variations 1955 & 1981 by Glenn Gould (album) Montero by Lil Nas X (album) One From the Vaults (podcast) Squid Game (2021) Battle Royale (2000) Reservation Dogs (2021- ) Y: The Last Man (2021- ) Other Connelly Akstens First Event Boston Thundermist Trans Health Access firstname.lastname@example.org
Grab a martini, because this week we're traveling back to 1930s London with Bright Young Things! Join us to learn more about 30s cocktail culture, the so-called King of Anatolia, interwar newspaper magnates, American evangelists in the UK, Armistice day poppies, and more! Sources: Cocktails: Harry Craddock, Savoy Cocktail Book, 1930 Edition. Full Text Available at https://euvs-vintage-cocktail-books.cld.bz/1930-The-Savoy-Cocktail-Book International Bartenders' Association, Official Website: https://iba-world.com/iba-official-cocktail-list/ Lord Beaverbrook: Laura Beers, "Education or Manipulation?: Labour, Democracy, and the Popular Press in Interwar Britain," Journal of British Studies 48, 1 (2009) Laura Beers, "Punting on the Thames: Electoral Betting in Interwar Britain," Journal of Contemporary History 45, 2 (2010) Alan Travis, Bound and Gagged: A Secret History of Obscenity in Britain (Profile Books, 2000) Gary Love, "The Periodical Press and the Intellectual Culture of Conservatism in Interwar Britain," 57 (4) 2014 JM McEwen, "The Press and the Fall of Asquith," The Historical Journal 21, 4 (1978) The King of Anatolia: Patrick J. Kriger, "Six Reasons Why the Ottoman Empire Fell," History https://www.history.com/news/ottoman-empire-fall "Abdulmejid II" Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abdulmejid_II M. Sukru Hanoiglu, A Brief History of the Late Ottoman Empire (Princeton University Press, 2008), https://www.jstor.org/stable/j.ctt7t314.13 Mona Hassan, Longing for the Lost Caliphate: A Transregional History (Princeton University Press, 2016), https://www.jstor.org/stable/j.ctt1q1xrgm.6 . https://www.firstworldwar.com/bio/mehmedvi.htm Evangelicals in the UK: "History" National Association of Evangelicals https://www.nae.org/about-nae/history/ British Pathe "Kentucky Singers (1930)" YouTube, https://youtu.be/M5lb-4oWc14 Roberta Freund Schwartz, "Preaching the Gospel of the Blues: Blues Evangelists in Britain," Cross the Water Blues: African American Music in Europe ed. Neil A. Wynn (University of Mississippi Press, 2007), https://www.jstor.org/stable/j.ctt2tvbm7.12 Guido Van Rijn, "Lowland Blues: The Reception of African American Blues and Gospel Music in the Netherlands," Cross the Water Blues, https://www.jstor.org/stable/j.ctt2tvbm7.16 Hans Krabbendam, Saving the Overlooked Continent: American Protestant Missions in Western Europe, 1940-1975 (Leuven University Press, 2020), https://www.jstor.org/stable/j.ctv1595mtj.5 Kira Thurman, "Singing the Civilizing Mission in the Land of Bach; Beethoven; and Brahms: The Fisk Jubilee Singers in Nineteenth-Century Germany," Journal of World History 27:3 (September 2016): 443-471. https://www.jstor.org/stable/44631474 Brian Ward, "Music, Musical Theater, and the Imagined South in Interwar Britain," The Journal of Southern History 80:1 (February 2014): 39-72. https://www.jstor.org/stable/23796843 Poppies: James Fox, "Poppy Politics: Remembrance of Things Present," in Cultural Heritage Ethics: Between Theory and Practice ed. Constantine Sandis (Open Book Publishers, 2014), https://www.jstor.org/stable/j.ctt1287k16.8 . Jon Dean, "Poppy Fascism," The Good Glow: Charity and the Symbolic Power of Doing Good (Bristol University Press, 2020), https://www.jstor.org/stable/j.ctv123x5b8.11 Sarah Freeland, "The Poppy Lady: Moina Michael started a movement for veterans," UGA Today (5 November 2017). https://news.uga.edu/poppy-lady-moina-michael/ John McCrae, "In Flanders Fields," Poetry Foundation, https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poems/47380/in-flanders-fields Film Background: BBC Interview with Stephen Fry: https://www.bbc.co.uk/films/2003/09/30/stephen_fry_bright_young_things_interview.shtml Roger Ebert review of Bright Young Things: https://www.rogerebert.com/reviews/bright-young-things-2004 Bright Young Things Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bright_Young_Things_(film) https://www.bl.uk/20th-century-literature/articles/the-bright-young-things-behind-the-party-mask
Quizmasters Lee and Marc are joined by Doug and Marion for a general knowledge quiz with topics including Music Genres, Book Adaptations, Vocabulary, Food, Movie Cameos, Geography, Sex Toys, True Crime and more! Round One MUSIC GENRE ORIGINS - What American city is known as the home of Go-Go music? BOOK ADAPTATIONS - Reese Witherspoon and Kerry Washington star in the 2020 Hulu television adaptation of which 2017 New York Times bestseller? VOCABULARY - Which term refers to both a contrapuntal musical composition used by Bach and Phish as well as a disturbed state of consciousness in which the person affected seems to perform acts in full awareness but upon recovery cannot recall the acts performed? ICE CREAM - Ben and Jerry's Ice Cream formed in Burlington, VT, in 1978, released what flavor first? HEALTHY COUNTRIES - According to the Bloomberg Global Health Index, what Western European country is ranked as the healthiest in the world, with a score of 92.75%? MOVIE CAMEOS - Which 1993 coming-of-age comedy is now considered a cult classic (despite being a box office flop when it was released) and who's 70's rock soundtrack went double platinum? Round Two ASTRONOMY - Indicating its early stage of development in sequence, what is the term for the smallest of the three types of black holes? ENGLISH LANGUAGE - The letter E is the most common used in English language texts. What is the most common first letter? MOVIE CAMEOS - Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders made a cameo in what 1988 drama starring Susan Sarandon, Don Johnson and Jeff Daniels? NATURE PRESERVES - Which Florida national preserve was the first ever created in 1974 in an effort to stop the construction of the world's largest jetport, and was also the location of a Phish festival in which the band played for 8-straight hours in new year's eve in 1999? SEX TOYS - As illustrated on red-figure paintings from Ancient Greece, a sexual device called an olisbokollikes was prepared in kitchens and made from what food? TRUE CRIME - What state leads the United States with most serial killers per capita according to a 2015 Huffington Post article? Final Questions FOOD - Gumbo, a popular Phish song and delicious creole dish, is created using what is referred to as the creole or cajun holy trinity, what food item is included in this variation that is not included in a traditional mirepoix? ARENAS - Which arena, which Phish happened to sell out for 13 shows in a row in 2017, is the only arena in the world that has a concave rather than convex ceiling? EUROPEAN GEOGRAPHY - The Gotthard Base Tunnel, the world's longest and deepest tunnel is located in what European country? MATH - To defend against natural predators, Cicadas utilize what proven mathematical concept (by only leaving their burrows in 7, 13, or 17 years)? CELEBRITY NICKNAMES - What was Mick Jagger's nickname for Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts? Upcoming LIVE Know Nonsense Trivia Challenges October 13th, 2021 - Know Nonsense Trivia Challenge - Point Ybel Brewing Co. - 7:30 pm EDT October 14th, 2021 - Know Nonsense Trivia Challenge - Ollie's Pub Records and Beer - 7:30 pm EDT You can find out more information about that and all of our live events online at KnowNonsenseTrivia.com All of the Know Nonsense events are free to play and you can win prizes after every round. Thank you Thanks to our supporters on Patreon. Thank you, Quizdaddies – Tommy (The Electric Mud) and Tim (Pat's Garden Service) Thank you, Team Captains – Skyler, Dylan, Shaun, Lydia, Gil, David, Aaron, Kristen & Fletcher Thank you, Proverbial Lightkeepers – Moo, Tim, Nabeel, Patrick, Jon, Adam, Ryan, Mollie, Lisa, Alex, Spencer, Kaitlynn, Manu, Mo, Matthew, Luc, Hank, Justin, Cooper, Elyse, Sarah, Karly, Kristopher, Josh, Lucas Thank you, Rumplesnailtskins – Hbomb, Alex, Doug, Kevin and Sara, Tiffany, Allison, Paige, We Do Stuff, Mike S., Kenya, Jeff, Eric, Steven, Efren, Mike J., Mike C. If you'd like to support the podcast and gain access to bonus content, please visit http://theknowno.com and click "Support." Special Guests: Doug Smith and Marion.
Prayer of EnlightenmentOctober 10 2021 • Ephesians • Week 1Teacher: Adam Barnett---Acts 19:25-27 NIV"Men, you know we receive a good income from this business. And you see and hear how this fellow Paul has convinced and led astray large numbers of people here in Ephesus and in practically the whole province of Asia. He says that manmade gods are no gods at all. There is danger not only that our trade will lose its good name, but also that the temple of the great goddess Artemis will be discredited, and the goddess herself, who is worshipped throughout the whole province of Asia and the world, will be robbed of her divine majesty."1. The Greatness of God2. The Exalted Christ3. Salvation4. The Status of Believers5. Unity of Jew and Gentile6. Struggle with Evil7. Ethical Obligation of Believers8. Ministry to the Gentiles9. The ChurchD.M. Lloyd Jones"Ephesians is the distilled essence of the Christian religion, the most authoritative and most supreme compilation of our holy Christian faith."Klyne Snodgrass"One of the divinest compositions of man, the Bach of the Bible, the Switzerland of the New Testament, and the crown and climax of Pauline theology."James Dunn"If theology is measured in terms of articulation of Christian belief, then Paul's letters laid a foundation for Christian theology which has never been rivaled or superseded. It is important, therefore, for each generation to reflect afresh on Paul's theology."Ephesians 1:15-23 NIVFor this reason, ever since I heard about your faith in the Lord Jesus and your love for all God's people, I have not stopped giving thanks for you, remembering you in my prayers. I keep asking that the God of our Lord Jesus Christ, the glorious Father, may give you the Spirit of wisdom and revelation, so that you may know him better. I pray that the eyes of your heart may be enlightened in order that you may know the hope to which he has called you, the riches of his glorious inheritance in his holy people, and his incomparably great power for us who believe. That power is the same as the mighty strength he exerted when he raised Christ from the dead and seated him at his right hand in the heavenly realms, far above all rule and authority, power and dominion, and every name that is invoked, not only in the present age but also in the one to come. And God placed all things under his feet and appointed him to be head over everything for the church, which is his body, the fullness of him who fills everything in every way.1. Enlightenment to know the hope to which we are called.2. Enlightenment to know riches of his glorious inheritance.3. Enlightenment to know his incomparably great power.
A nosy trombonist (Melissa Brown) chats to fellow brass professionals about their careers, how they got there, and what music they'd happily put in the bin. In this episode London-based freelance trombonist and educator Pete Crocker tells us about finding the career path that works for him and his family, he tells us a nightmare fuel 3-word story, and he tells us about his Bach 'cello suite album adventures! All episodes recorded during COVID-19 lockdown via video call programmes. There are occasional technical glitches - please bear with us! Facebook: Bold as Brass Podcast Instagram: @boldasbrasspodcast Show artwork: Stuart Crane Music credit: Upbeat Forever by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/5011-upbeat-forever License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
It's hard not to describe the amazing SID JACOBS as a master of guitar, but he'll be the first to tell you he's an eternal student of the instrument. And it's true — the renowned jazz solo artist, teacher, and instructional book author is still on a mission to unlock more secrets of the fretboard. Luckily for us, in this episode, Sid shares a ton of playing approaches — everything from blues turnarounds to the "jazz/Bach overlap" to the cool lick taught to him by the late, great Lenny Breau — and teaches them here in detail. Hosted by JUDE GOLD, this episode is presented by GUITAR PLAYER MAGAZINE.
Wie vertont man Ziellosigkeit? Bach macht es im Eingangschor dieser Kantate vor. Außerdem ist eine hochvirtuose Trompetenarie zu hören, die Rückschlüsse auf die hohen Qualitäten der damaligen Stadtpfeifer zulässt.
Justin takes the Bach with Suzana Somers, creator of Bachelor Data! They discuss all the "drama" from the three hour season finale, including the break ups, fantasy suites, and engagements. Plus, Justin and Suzana go on several tangents about social media and follower counts! Follow Suzana's Bachelor Data accounts on Instagram and Tik Tok to keep track of all the Bach date that you didn't know you needed! From social media growth, season to season trends, and more, Bachelor Data is an incredible place to be for an any avid fan of the franchise. Plus, now learn how to collect your own data (at your own pace, online) with their new Excel and Google Sheets workshops! Click here to learn more and register. Follow Justin Takes the Bach on Instagram to stay in the know on all things Bachelor Nation and spill the tea with Justin himself. Please remember to rate, review, and subscribe.
Synopsis From 1976 to 1984, the Estonian composer Arvo Pärt kept revising and adjusting a chamber piece he had composed, a piece he had titled: “If Bach had kept bees…” On today's date in 1983 one version of this piece – for harpsichord, electric bass guitar, tape and small chamber ensemble—received its premiere performance at a new music festival in Graz, Austria. Pärt's work opens like a minimalist piece, with repeated notes perhaps imitating the buzzing of the bees mentioned in the title. What Part meant by “If Bach had kept bees…” is open to various interpretations, but technically speaking, the piece is a slow transformation of an instrumental humming in the key of B-flat into a Bach-like cadence in the key of B-minor. Was the deeply religious-minded Estonian composer suggesting that bees somehow symbolized a harmonious community of God's creatures? Or was the title, in English at least, a pun on the shifting key of “BEE-flat” to “BEE-minor?” In any case, this piece was one of several Bach-inspired works, “Bach collages,” as Pärt called them, each he said “an attempt to replant a flower in alien surroundings … If they grow together into one, then the transplantation was the right move.” Music Played in Today's Program Arvo Pärt (b. 1935) — If Bach had Raised Bees (Philharmonia Orchestra; Neeme Järvi, cond.) Chandos 9134
Week 3 of The Bachelor US Season 1 broadens the Bachelor lexicon with the first utterances of "right reasons" and "not here to make friends" - plus the first 'Pretty Woman' date, the first drowned-out musical performance, and the first contestant carted away in an ambulance. A huge episode, in which the blueprint for decades of Bachie torment (or, y'know, fun) continues to be solidified. Plus - we check out the new Bachelorette promos, discuss allegations against a not-so-clean-skin, and name some babies.
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Discover new audio drama by music. How I Make Music is where audio drama composers get to tell their own stories. Visit https://howimakemusic.com and subscribe in your podcast app. TRANSCRIPT The piece of music we're listening to in the background is called The Trial. It's featured in the soundtrack from the fiction podcast Marsfall. Today we'll break it down and get into why and how it was made. You're listening to How I Make Music, where audio drama composers get to tell their own stories. In this show, we break apart the music of a fictional podcast and take a trip into how it was made. My name is Sam Boase-Miller. I'm a composer, producer and voice actor from the US and this is How I Make Music. Welcome back to How I Make Music, The Trial by me Sam Boase-Miller. Thanks for listening in. 1:06 ABOUT Marsfall is a sci-fi/fantasy story about the first colonists to settle on Mars. We follow them starting in the year 2047. So maybe 2047 is actually the year that we'll get people on Mars. Mini helicopter that's flying around from the Perseverance lander. And yeah, it's pretty incredible the strides that we're making. Life imitating art! The scene takes place in the trial for ANDI, our colony AI. It's his trial for closing the door on a particular colonist who was about to create havoc for the rest of the colony. That philosophical debate, the trolley debate: should you pull the lever and try to avoid most people knowing that you'll kill one person? Or should you just let the trolley kill all five people to save the one. So this was the trial that we're all of our main characters kind of come together for the first time. And in this scene, we hear interjections from several of our characters. 2:52 CELLO I started playing cello in school. Sort of like a string music petting zoo. My good friend at the time was playing viola. And so I thought, I really want to play viola. So I expressed this to the director of the orchestra and she was like, “no, you don't want to play viola. Your hands are big. You should play the cello.” So I was already at nine years old being told what to do! Like what musical instrument I should be taking up. It's actually the closest instrument (other than the trombone) to the range of the human voice. Both really, really low and it also gets into that high coloratura kind of soprano end of things 4:38 P-FUNK & INFLUENCES I'm a big George Clinton fan. And part of what I love about Parliament Funkadelic is that they're very imaginative harmonically and melodically and rhythmically. Yeah, I just I love that era. funk music from the 70s. Right around, you know, ‘75, ‘76. The orb is an electronic music group, I really got into their ethereal and ambient music where you're just like taking on a whole journey. The place where you end up is certainly very different from where you started. 6:03 ERIC SARAS My co creator and music editor, he's director extraordinaire, Eric Saras. He's also one of our writers of the show, he and I first connected through music, we both went on an orchestra tour to China together. And as you can imagine traveling to another country and touring and performing music brings people close together pretty quickly. And so I met him and we realized that we were very similar in our outlook on music, and that just got a lot of things kind of kicked off creatively. We wanted music to be featured really heavily. He kind of realized that there was more or less these like kind of pillars or buckets that the majority of our music was falling into. And we called them a numbering system essentially like one through six being silence to total music taking over and being the focal point of the scene. So going through that and knowing that ahead of time helps me really plan. Okay, my workload, is this seen a one or is it a six? Or is it somewhere in between that, and the way that 07:15 LEITMOTIFS & MUSICAL TRANCE I write music in leitmotifs, which are little motives for each character or place or emotion. What you're hearing now is the claps. I picked up clapping after cello, you know. I phased it so that it's actually kind of moving around your ears. Even though you're hearing that over and over again. Since it's panning around and moving around your head a little bit subconsciously, it's keeping the rhythm driving and moving. This point, I would consider myself a professional clapper. There are several speakers during the scene of the trial. We'll hear interjections from Jeff. He's the finance officer of the colony. That low cello by being that that's actually one of the first themes that I wrote of the entire series. We hear Kyla, our medical doctor's theme. She's got several horn pads. So you'll hear those horn chords. Chip Huddleston, the character I actually play, he interjects a couple of times. So you'll hear this kind of muddy patch just really jokingly kind of come in and dip out because all of his interjections are just jokes, they're just little quips. So I wanted the attitude of the character to be represented or representative of the music that you're hearing. You know, the beats that I sampled from Ableton and bring in drop in and then highlight at different times, they help to kind of break up you know, the monotony of that clapping rhythm. There's a whole cadre of composers from the 60s 70s 80s that was using minimalism to try and get you into musical trance almost like you're looking through a kaleidoscope. So a lot of what I tried to do here was take this continuous beat and then add a little something to it, or take away a little something that would highlight or dampen the inherent, strong or weak parts of the beat that you'd hear. 10:11 PLUS ONE With podcast or film or television, all of that is collaborative. And so you, you immediately have to shelve your ego and say, What's the best thing for this whole artwork? Rather than what's the best thing for my track? Or what's the best thing for, for me as the composer, none of that matters? What matters is how does the whole thing come together? And how am I adding to it? How am I plus one-ing rather than deterring, or covering something up? That seems to be of the main thing that I've learned over the last...this entire project working on Marsfall. Sometimes I just want people to just listen. The best way for you to know me and to know my music is to just like, check it out. Just go and slap on some really good headphones, or go stand in the dark with some giant speakers and like, you know, close your eyes and like, just get swallowed up by the sound. And then you'll know. The one thing about music is the ability to communicate with people around the world on a different level that almost has nothing to do with what language you speak, but it is that other language right? 11: 42 OUTRO And that's about it for this week's episode. We'll listen to the full track in just a moment. Thanks for listening to How I Make Music. Catch new episodes on HowIMakeMusic.com or wherever else you get your podcasts. We've been listening to music featured in the audio drama called Marsfall. To hear the full story or to check out my other work, follow the links in the show notes. We video recorded the making of this episode, check it out and support the musicians of audio drama by becoming a patron at https://patreon.com/howimakemusic. Top tier patrons get mentioned right here in the credits of every episode. How I make music is created by John Bartmann. And now here's The Trial, a quirky, minimal electronic soundtrack in its entirety. My name is Sam Boase-Miller, and thanks for listening to How I Make Music. Catch you next time. SHOW NOTES Marsfall audio drama https://marsfallpodcast.com/ Sam Boase-Miller https://sjboase-miller.com/ MUSIC CREDITS Music: Sarabande in D Major from Suite No.6 by J.S.Bach (performed by Sam Boase-Miller) Music: The Cave Paintings by Sam Boase-Miller Music: One Nation Under a Groove by Funkadelic Music: Little Fluffy Clouds by The Orb ABOUT THIS SHOW Discover new audio drama musically. How I Make Music is where audio drama composers get to tell their own stories. In a dramatically edited sound experience, we challenge fiction podcast music composers to break apart a song, soundtrack or composition and get into why and how it was made. 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Nu Deco Ensemble's mission is to create compelling and transformative genre-bending musical experiences that inspire, enrich and connect new and diverse audiences and artists. Garrett chats with the group's Artistic Director and CEO, Sam Hyken about his journey as a musician, the work of Nu Deco and his perspective on the future of orchestral performance. Scott highlights Bach with a Latin twist, Garrett shares the music of Twin Cities-based duo, The Muatas, and the guys address a case of blackface in the classroom. Playlist: Nino Rota - "Orchestra Rehearsal" Suite JIMEK - Hip Hop History Orchestrated (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p0aLMsh4mvU) Mary J. Blige - "Real Love" (perf. Daniel D.: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dyl1lttgAGE) Johann Sebastian Bach - Keyboard Sonata in D Minor, BWV 964 Tiempo Libre - Fuga (Cha-cha-chá) The Muatas - "Sandman" Nu Deco Ensemble - "Outkast Suite" (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=THK6umV6f2g) Nu Deco feat. Larkin Poe - "Mad As A Hatter" (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xn0kknnsmV4) Lizzo - Grammy Performance 2020 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PFlvxnou9UQ) More: Sam Hyken/Nu Deco: https://nu-deco.org/staff/sam/ RIZE Orchestra: https://adriandunn.com Downbeat (Lizzo on the history of twerking): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZlSzEw0vmQ0 New Music Decolonization in Eight Difficult Steps: https://www.van-outernational.com/lewis-en/?fbclid=IwAR21rkKTolQGvOAOk-TcUIEW1JgKTQwtVL0H06drYrMfz3sjnapO-0xhR6M Super Bowl 2022 Halftime Show Headliners Announced: https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/news/super-bowl-2022-halftime-show-snoop-dogg-dr-dre-eminem-mary-j-blige-kendrick-lamar-will-headline/ The Muatas: https://themuatas.com/gallery Blackface in the classroom: https://sammybsussman.medium.com/playing-a-blackface-video-isnt-fireable-it-shouldn-t-be-okay-61083d6f74b9
We examine the intersection of Bach (as in J.S.) and Bock (as in beer) in our very first celebration of Oktoberfest, i.e., BACHtoberfest! We hear the story behind the annual beer and brat-soaked Bavarian event (which has been going on since 1810), and espouse the glories of J.S. Bach (which has been going on since 1685). Also, we offer a preview of other October events from the symphony, and manage to put in a plug for public radio (it is fundraising time, after all).
Synopsis If, on today's date in the year 1930, you happened to be flipping through the pages of the New York Times, you would have seen several ads for radios, including one that argued that purchasing a radio was a good investment. This was only one year after the infamous 1929 stock market crash, so New Yorkers might have been a little leery of investing in anything, and disposable income for most Americans was severely limited during the Great Depression that followed. Still, that same October 5th edition of the Times announced that the New York Philharmonic would commence live nation-wide broadcasts of its Sunday afternoon concerts that very day, with the visiting German conductor Erich Kleiber leading the orchestra. The rest of the Philharmonic's 1930-31 season, led by the orchestra's new music director, Arturo Toscanini, would also be broadcast live on subsequent Sunday afternoons. For music lovers, that radio purchase started to look like a pretty good investment after all. And over the following decades, in addition to Bach, Beethoven, and Brahms, the New York Philharmonic's radio audiences coast-to-coast were introduced as well to new works of American composers like Roy Harris, Aaron Copland, Samuel Barber, Leonard Bernstein, and Ellen Taaffe Zwilich. Music Played in Today's Program Wolfgang Mozart (1756 – 1791) — Symphony No. 39 (New York Philharmonic; Leonard Bernstein, cond.) Sony 60973 Roy Harris (1898 – 1979) — Symphony No. 3 (New York Philharmonic; Leonard Bernstein, cond.) Sony 60594
The brothers muse on what turning 40 means (it's the day before Bob's birthday). The show is in the Matrix white room (in-between seasons). So the Crew does a big ol' fashion tuned-in episode and share what TV, movies, music, sports, and podcasts they've been into. TV Dave: Sex Education (Netflix) Upload (Prime) Bob: Reservation Dogs (Hulu) Sweet Tooth (Netflix) Books Both: Having and Being Had by Eula Biss Movies Dave: Kicking and Screaming (1995) with mention of Eric Stoltz being the original Marty McFly! Bob: Freaks (2018) Sports Old Hoss Radbourn Greatest shot in WNBA history Music Bob: Videoclub (French band) Dave: Lofi chill out Podcast Both: 60 Songs that Explain the 90s Bob: For the Wild with Ayanna Young Quatschen Total Recall (1990 & 2012): Give These People Air Contact info Email - email@example.com Twitter - @BMaze19 IG - Thriving_In_Dystopia Website - https://thrivingindystopia.com/ TikTok - @davepeachtree Deep appreciation to In Heaven by Drake Stafford for our intro song, Bach's Goldberg Variations is the new outro, the prolific and enigmatic Joe Shine for the thumbnail art. Big thank you to Nadir Čajić for editing this week's show. Finally, we are indebted to the wonderful Chris Sawyer for funding and creating our new website. Thank you, Mix.
The Primas are back from their summer break and talking about the summer of love in reality TV: Bachelor in Paradise, FBoy Island, The Sweet Life & Too Hot To Handle are some of their favorite guilty pleasures of the summer. PLUS: Rosalia's new boo, Hot Girl Meg's new collab, & the Free Britney movement picks up steam. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Dr. William (Bill) Dressler is a professor emeritus at the University of Alabama. He is a biocultural anthropologist who pioneered the cultural consonance method. On this episode, he talks with Chris and Cara about the three 'c' words: cultural consonance, consensus, and competence as well as his thoughts on mixed methods in anthropology to kick off our special series on Methodological Pluralism in Human Biology. You can find his most recent book “Culture and the Individual: Theory and Method of Cultural Consonance” here: https://www.routledge.com/Culture-and-the-Individual-Theory-and-Method-of-Cultural-Consonance/Dressler/p/book/9781629585192 As a special treat, the intro and outro features Dr. Dressler playing the 1st cello suite of Prelude by Bach. Contact the Sausage of Science Podcast and Human Biology Association: Facebook: www.facebook.com/groups/humanbiologyassociation Website:humbio.org/, Twitter: @HumBioAssoc Cara Ocobock, Website: sites.nd.edu/cara-ocobock/, Email:firstname.lastname@example.org, Twitter:@CaraOcobock Chris Lynn, HBA Public Relations Committee Chair, Website: cdlynn.people.ua.edu/, Email: email@example.com, Twitter:@Chris_Ly Delaney Glass, Website: dglass.netlify.app/, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, Twitter: @GlassDelaney Alexandra Niclou, Email: email@example.com, Twitter: @fiat_Luxandra
In our season finale before we take a break and return early next year, we celebrate the first season's wrap! For this "Bachtoberfest," we talk Coffee Cantata, German beer, and all things A Moment of Bach. We answer a bunch of listener questions about our own musicmaking processes and history with Bach, and we get deep into some listener ideas. Special thanks to YOU the listener for hearing 37 episodes! You made this a real thing. See you in Season 2! We'll drop one more bonus after this with the year's blooper reel! Artwork by Sydney LaCom Musical examples provided by the Netherlands Bach Society https://www.bachvereniging.nl/en Their All of Bach project: https://www.bachvereniging.nl/en/allofbach The “iceberg”: https://www.reddit.com/r/ClassicalMemes/comments/7gm1az/the_classical_iceberg/
Today I celebrate the life and artistry of Bernard Kruysen (1933-2000), the Dutch singer whose voice exemplified that now nearly extinct vocal category, the baryton martin. I discuss just what constitutes a baryton martin and why in his prime Kruysen such was an ideal representative. I also discuss the larger question of the performance of the French art song, the mélodie, and why Kruysen was also exceptional in this regard, using as an example his 1960s recorded performances of three complete song cycles by Claude Debussy, Gabriel Fauré, and Francis Poulenc. I also feature the artist singing art songs by Schumann and Mussorgsky and works by Bach, Quirinus van Blankenburg, and Jan Mul. The episode also includes tributes to recently departed artists Karan Armstrong (singing Korngold and Menotti) and Carlisle Floyd (in performances of his work by Mary Mills and Norman Treigle). Countermelody is a podcast devoted to the glory and the power of the human voice raised in song. Singer and vocal aficionado Daniel Gundlach explores great singers of the past and present focusing in particular on those who are less well-remembered today than they should be. Daniel's lifetime in music as a professional countertenor, pianist, vocal coach, voice teacher, and journalist yields an exciting array of anecdotes, impressions, and “inside stories.” Occasional guests from the “business” (singers, conductors, composers, coaches, and teachers) lend their distinctive insights. At Countermelody's core is the interaction between singers of all stripes, their instruments, and the connection they make to the words they sing. At Countermelody's core is the interaction between singers of all stripes, their instruments, and the connection they make to the words they sing. Please visit the Countermelody website (www.countermelodypodcast.com) for additional content including artist photos and episode setlists. And please head to my Patreon page at www.patreon.com/countermelody to pledge your monthly support at whatever level you can afford. Bonus episodes available exclusively to Patreon supporters are currently available.
durée : 01:57:31 - Le Bach du dimanche du dimanche 03 octobre 2021 - par : Corinne Schneider - Au programme de cette 177e émission : les 75 ans de La Tribune des critiques de disques avec le Magnificat en compagnie d'Armand Panigel, Antoine Goléa, André Boucourechliev… (archive INA de 1972) et un reportage sur la 13e édition du Festival « Passe ton Bach d'abord » (Toulouse, 24-26 sept.) - réalisé par : Céline Parfenoff
Justin is back after testing positive for Covid-19 and having to skip a week! Thank you to everyone who sent in messages to Justin during this time. It means so much!!!This week, Justin takes the Bach with life coach and TV personality Stephen Lovegrove! They discuss Ivan's hotel run-in with Alexa, why Aaron is reacting the way he is, Abigail and Noah's breakup, and so much more. Plus, Stephen shares his thoughts on meeting Anna during the infamous San Diego trip! Follow Stephen on Instagram to keep up with his busy life in LA, including motivational moments, Bach hangouts, and more! Follow Justin Takes the Bach on Instagram to stay in the know on all things Bachelor Nation and spill the tea with Justin himself. Please remember to rate, review, and subscribe.
Just before the pandemic shut down live performances across the world, the American soprano Claron M. McFadden appeared with pianist Alexander Melnikov at London's Wigmore Hall to rave reviews for “an exhilarating and unorthodox show” and her “breathtakingly beautiful” voice. Having listened to her recordings, we wish we could have been there. From Handel and Bach to modern and contemporary classical music and jazz, Claron is one of the most versatile singers of her generation. In music and in life, she is a fearless but not reckless risktaker who follows her curiosity and trusts her intuition to gamble with all sorts of possibilities. She studied voice at the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, New York and traveled to Amsterdam with intentions of remaining for a year. She is still there 40 years later, noting that, in Europe, “people see her first as a human being and not as a black person.” At 60, Claron is one of a very few vocalists “singing at [her] level of intensity.” In a life of going “after all that called to her,” she harbors only three moments of regret and those are mostly about not having managed a situation better. Enviable. Claron is also a founding member of a cultural group Naked Bitches. Curious? Listen to our lively, laugh-filled conversation with Claron to learn more. And listen to her gorgeous recordings on Spotify, Amazon Music and other platforms. For more information about her, checkout her website.
Award-winning classical pianist Jeeyoon Kim has delighted audiences across the U.S. and around the world with her sparkling combination of sensitive artistry, broad emotional range, impeccable technique, and uniquely engaging and innovative concert experiences. She's performed everywhere from Carnegie Hall to her fans' living rooms during a live-streamed series that Jeeyoon launched during the pandemic. She recently launched a fast-growing new podcast dedicated to helping people of all musical tastes and backgrounds discover the beauty of classical music. Journey through Classical Piano delivers 15-minute episodes that feature concert-like musical experiences and in-depth exploration of classical compositions, hosted by Jeeyoon. Jeeyoon also has a new book that just came out called "Whenever You're Ready."Learn more about Jeeyoon here. Learn more about Lyte here. We'll be in touch soon about Season 6 and something special for in between now and the next season.
We've had so many questions in response to a cheating question we did, we thought we would do a special and answer questions that center around the three most asked themes: THEME: SHOULD YOU ASK FOR DETAILS? My wife had an affair with an ex of hers who was always sniffing around. She stopped it after I found out (I found text messages). I do believe her when she says it's stopped but I can't stop wondering what they did together. I want to know the sordid details but also don't want to know. Does it help people recover from affairs or make it worse, knowing exactly what went on?THEME: SHOULD YOU EVEN UP THE SCORE BY HAVING YOUR OWN AFFAIR? I've been with my husband for 9 years, married for 2 of those. I found out a year after our wedding he lied to me about his Bach party in Canada. He went to strips clubs, he brought strippers back and had “private shows”. He even went as far as to hire prostitutes. I found out via a random message someone sent to me and he was forced to admit it. We've done couples counseling but I secretly still hate him and want revenge. Should I have my own affair to even the score?THEME: HOW TO RESUME HAVING SEX AGAIN AFTER AN AFFAIR. My partner cheated on me. We've been to therapy and have decided to work through it but we haven't had sex since I found out he cheated. I can't even masturbate anymore. The instant image of him with a stripper ruins my mood because all I see is him with someone else. How do I get past this and enjoy sex with him and self sex again? And offers her sex tip of the week!To have Tracey answer YOUR secret sex question, enter it anonymously on zibbyowens.com/sex.Want a copy of Tracey's book, Great Sex Starts at 50? Enter code GREATSEX on ChronicleBooks.com for 30% off! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In the current issue of the magazine, Jay has a chronicle on the 2021 Salzburg Festival. In this episode, he plays some of the music he discusses: from Bach to Mozart to Gershwin. (There are seven composers in all.) A marvelous array of pieces and performers. Bach, Keyboard Partita No. 1 in B flat, Gigue […]
Live music gives weddings big energy and meets the moment by elevating everything. It has the power to impact your guests in a way they will enjoy and experience a variety of emotions with. When Stephen and Kevin got married they knew live music would be a huge part of their wedding day. For this reason they decided to include a cello trio, a 16 piece orchestra including vocalists, a saxophonist, and a wedding band that sang a large majority of Whitney Houston songs. They wrapped the night with a DJ, giving their guests and themselves the best of all words. Christy connects with Stephen and Kevin as they share what they learned from the experience and what you can do to experience something as dynamic on your wedding day. About the Couple Stephen Lawrence currently serves as the manager and violinist of the Piedmont Strings Quartet and has performed for 100's of weddings since he was 16 years old. Stephen also serves as the Director of Orchestral Activities and Department Chair at North Atlanta High School's Fine and Performing Arts Department and on the Atlanta Public Schools Arts Resource Team as the District Orchestra Lead. Kevin Carroll currently serves in a Senior position for an international auditing and accounting firm and is the creator of Carroll Candle Co. and Carroll Real Estate Investments in St. Louis, MO. Kevin is a veteran of the United States Air Force where he earned his Bachelor's degree at Park University in Human Resources with an emphasis in Finance and an MBA from Keller Graduate School of Management. Big Takeaways * Through Covid, and having to reschedule, the number of guests changed from about 120 to 80. * The guest list was definitely different than initially imagined, but it was okay, because everyone that did make it was there to party and have a great time. * Live music was such an important part of the equation, especially for Stephen, that they didn't even want to really consider recorded music. * They went for the wow factor. * Live music from the moment you walked into the space. * Musicians and DJs don't want a full list of every song they have to play in exact order. They were able to set particular songs for particular moments of the day, and then the musicians had free range to work within the set parameters/mood. * When you are looking for your musicians and choices of certain songs, make sure you go on YouTube and find a version played by strings and see if you actually like it. Sometimes, the song just doesn't sound good with a string quartet or sung in the style of the musician you have. It helps to have an idea of what you are going to get. * If you are hiring someone to be the expert on something, let them be. * Use the music to set the tone of the wedding. * Just because your friend is a great singer, or guitarist, or etc, doesn't mean they are trained or able to perform in the wedding space. If you want to hire a friend, and a professional group, you will need a rehearsal. * Best Practices: 1. Choose a performing group that is cohesive with your music style. 2. Be clear about your expectations and allow the musicians to speak on what is comfortable to them. 3. Consider your audience/guests. 4. Find music that speaks to you both. 5. Consider the number of songs you would like to include during the ceremony 6. Considering timeline: build in time for the musicians to set-up and sound check. 7. LOCATION: if your wedding is outdoors or has outdoor elements that you plan the live musicians to use, have a plan b location. Avoid direct sunlight or precipitation. Consider amplification and the way sound travels. Links We Referenced instagram.com/sandkforeverandaday (https://www.instagram.com/sandkforeverandaday/) piedmontstrings.com (https://www.piedmontstrings.com) instagram.com/carrollcandleco (https://www.instagram.com/carrollcandleco/) Quotes “We had a celebrity saxophonist there, and he put on a whole show.” - Stephen “The quartet and the orchestra were making sure they were playing music that people would enjoy. We're just about to have Bach.” - Kevin “Our wedding planner, Chris, he was like, ‘we have to always play around with the five senses for every part of the wedding.'” - Stephen “Make sure you have fun at your wedding. Have fun. Please. When the day comes, leave it to your planner or whoever you have in charge, and enjoy the day. 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The Hebrew word נעלם means ‘disappeared' or ‘is missing,' and in order to use it in different contexts, you'll need to know how to conjugate it. Also, what can science tell us about creating a real cloak of invisibility? Please don't disappear on us! As part of our podcast's 8th birthday celebrations, we are giving all Streetwise Hebrew podcast listeners $50 USD towards Ruben Adery's full Hebrew pronunciation course. The course consists of 4 modules, 31 high-definition videos, and a bonus vowel audio course with 400+ common daily practice words. Check out the course material and have the $50 discount applied automatically at to tlv1.fm/happy8 Listen to the All-Hebrew Episode on Patreon New Words and Expressions: Ne'elam li ha-nayad – My phone has disappeared – נעלם לי הנייד Mishu ra'a oto – Has anyone seen it? – מישהו ראה אותו Ne'elma li ha-mitriya – My umbrella disappeared – נעלמה לי המטרייה Ne'elmu li ha-maftechot – I can't find my keys – נעלמו לי המפתחות Koev li ha-rosh – I have a headache – כואב לי הראש Ne'elam lo ha-sha'on – His watch disappeared – נעלם לו השעון Gvarim she-ne'elamim – Men who disappear – גברים שנעלמים Shtei mishva'ot im shnei ne'elamim – Two equations with two variables – שתי משוואות עם שני נעלמים Lle'an ne'elamta? – Where did you disappear – לאן נעלמת “Efo ne'elamta/ne'elamt/ne'elamtem” (Slang) – Where did you disappear? – לאן נעלמת, נעלמת, נעלמתם “Lehealem bach” – To disappear in you – להיעלם בך Nif'al: Nichnas, lehikanes – נכנס, להיכנס Le-he-a-lem – To disappear – להיעלם Le-he-a-nesh – To be punished – להיענש Le-he-a-rech – To be conducted – להיערך Le-he-a-sot – To be done – להיעשות Ha-negif tsarich le'he'alem min ha-olam – The virus should disappear from the face of the earth – הנגיף צריך להיעלם מן העולם Ha-nehagim tsrichim lehealem min ha-olem – Drivers should disappear from the face of the earth – הנהגים צריכים להיעלם מן העולם Al te'alem, al ta'uf – Don't disappear, don't fly off – אל תיעלם, אל תעוף He'almut – Disappearance – היעלמות Glimat he'almut – A cloak of invisibility – גלימת היעלמות Playlist and Clips: Ha-bachur ne'elan (The guy disappeared) Ne'e'lamim (math) Avraham Tal & Marina Maximilian Bloomin – Lehe'alem Bach (lyrics) Noa Kirel – Hatsuf (lyrics) Glimat He'almut