18th-century German composer
Hast Du jemals das Gefühl gehabt, dass einfach alles schief geht? Dass Du dich mitten in der Schwierigkeit frägst, warum Du diese Situationen überhaupt so nah an dich heranlässt? Dann bist Du hier genau richtig. In dieser Episode beschäftigen wir uns mit den Tagen, an denen alles zu kippen scheint.Nicht alles ist so einfach, wie es scheint. Wie schnell wird unsere Bitte erhört? Darf man sich auch mal bei Gott auskotzen? Mit diesen Fragen setzen wir uns auseinander und ziehen auch das Buch der Klagelieder von Jeremia heran. Klagelieder 2, 18+19: "Weine laut vor dem Herrn, Mauer der Tochter Zion! Deine Tränen sollen Tag und Nacht fließen wie ein Bach. Gönn dir keine Ruhe, deine Augen sollen nicht trocken werden. Steh auf, schrei in der Nacht zu Beginn jeder Nachtwache. Schütte dem Herrn dein Herz aus wie Wasser. Heb deine Hände wegen deiner Kinder zu ihm auf, die an allen Straßenecken verhungern."Bibelstelle: Neues Leben. Die Bibel © der deutschen Ausgabe 2002 / 2006 / 2017 SCM R.Brockhaus in der SCM Verlagsgruppe GmbH, Max-Eyth-Str. 41, 71088 HolzgerlingenBild: iStock/RawpixelAlle (Spenden-)Links zum Podcast findet ihr hier. (Podcast-Portale, Rezensionen, Einladung zum Kaffee)Oder schreibt mich direkt an: WhatsApp: +49 176 808 13 83 4Dieser Podcast wird ausschließlich mit regionalem Ökostrom produziert. Support the show
In today's episode, we have a fascinating conversation with the talented Emi Ferguson, a versatile musician and author. Get ready to be inspired as we dive into the topic of inspiring the next generation of composers. Teachers, you're in for a treat – this conversation is filled with valuable insights to bring back to your students. Emi Ferguson shares her journey as a musician, from being a trained flute player to composing and singing. The conversation highlights the diversity within the musical world and challenges the notion of specializing as a contemporary construct. Drawing inspiration from legendary composers like J.S. Bach, the discussion encourages a holistic exploration of music. Connect with Emi: Website: www.emiferguson.com Instagram: @emiferguson Youtube: @emiferguson Facebook: @emifergusonmusic _____________________ Read this episode's blog post here Sign up for the Curriculum Design Workshop Grab your free Simplifying Lesson Planning guide. Get your copy of Make A Note: What You Really Need to Know About Teaching Elementary Music --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/thedomesticmusician/message
Incontro con Alessandro Milan e il maestro Ramin Bahrami Una serata tra parole e musica con il Maestro Ramin Bahrami, pianista di fama internazionale, tra i più grandi interpreti al mondo di Bach. Iraniano di origine, cresciuto tra Germania e Italia, Bahrami con i suoi concerti e i suoi libri porta in giro per il mondo una storia di vita che testimonia la capacità di trasformare le difficoltà in opportunità. Con il Maestro dialoga Alessandro Milan, presidente dell'Associazione nata in memoria di Francesca Del Rosso e promotrice del Premio Wondy, a sostegno della lettura come strumento per approfondire e sviluppare tematiche sociali. Edizione 2023 https://www.pordenonelegge.it/
Et forelsket sjælemøde på en bro en lysende stjernenat. I karaktererne i en roman. Imellem linjerne på digtet. I kunsten, og musikkens ophøjede væsen. I længslens uforløste evighed. Ying-Hsueh Chen. Hatis Noit, Alexandra Stréliski, Le Trio Joubran, Julie Thériault, Bach, K. D Lang blandt andre af nattens ekkoer. Vært: Minna Grooss.
„Neuschöpfungen“, also „Les Recréations“, nennt sich das junge französische Streichquartett. Das überzeugt insbesondere bei einem Werk, das nicht nur unvollendet ist, sondern dem auch jegliche Instrumentenangabe fehlt. Bachs „Die Kunst der Fuge“ neu zu entdecken und sich ihr auf historischen Instrumenten improvisierend und arrangierend zu nähern, ist das Ziel von Les Recréations. Dieses Album als Abenteuerreise mit Bach überzeugt SWR2-Kritikerin Susanne Benda: „Das klingt mal extrem komplex und harmonisch grenzwertig, mal aber auch extrem verschmolzen.“
En las caccias del Trecento y en las chasses francesas, dos o más voces se persiguen la una a la otra siguiéndose de cerca y tratando de darse caza. En este programa no sólo hablaremos de esta forma musical, sino también de trompas naturales,de animales y de dioses mitológicos a través de las músicas de Jacopo de Bologna, Gherardello da Firenze, Janequin, Francesco Cavalli, John Bull, Jean-Baptiste Morin, Vivaldi y Bach. Escuchar audio
Tour bus access to one of the best views in the country is being restricted due to safety concerns. Signs stating 'no coaches' were placed in the Lake Clearwater hut settlement by the Ashburton District Council in June. It's been amended to ban coaches over 20 seats following a hearing. Ashburton Mayor, Neil Brown, told Mike Hosking that it's been problematic for Bach owners. He says the road is unsealed and the buses create dust, making it a safety issue. Brown says the buses now park at the main road and passengers walk 300 metres to the lake's edge. LISTEN ABOVE See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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The subject of this episode's paper — Propositions as Types by Philip Wadler — is one of those grand ideas that makes you want to go stargazing. To stare out into space and just disassociate from your body and become one with the heavens. Everything — life, space, time, existence — all of it is a joke! A cosmic ribbing delivered by the laws of the universe or some higher power or, perhaps, higher order. Humanity waited two thousand years, from the time of the ancient Greeks through until the 1930s, for a means to answer questions of calculability, when three suddenly arrived all at once: General recursive functions by Gödel in 1934, with functions of sets of natural numbers. Lambda calculus by Alonzo Church in 1936, with anonymous single-variable functions. Turing machines by Alan Turing in 1937, with a process for evaluating symbols on a tape. Then it was discovered that these three models of computation were, in fact, perfectly equivalent. That any statement made in one could be made in the others. A striking coincidence, sure, but not without precedent. But then it was quietly determined (in 1934, again in 1969, and finally published in 1980) that computation itself is in a direct correspondence with logic. That every proposition in a given logic corresponds with a type in a given programming language, every proof corresponds with a program, and the simplification of the proof corresponds with the evaluation of the program. The implications boggle the mind. How could this be so? Well, how could it be any other way? Why did it take so long to discover? What other discoveries like this are perched on the precipice of revelation? Philip Wadler is here to walk us through this bit of history, suggest answers to some of these questions, and point us in a direction to search for more. And we are here, dear listener, to level with you that a lot of this stuff is miserably hard to approach, presented with the symbols and language of formal logic that is so often inscrutable to outsiders. By walking you through Wadler's paper (and the much more approachable Strange Loop talk), and tying it in with the cultural context of modern functional programming, we hope you'll gain an appreciation for this remarkable, divine pun that sits beneath all of computation. Links => patreon.com/futureofcoding — but only if you back the Visual Programming tier!! I'm warning you! Wadler's Strange Loop talk Propositions as Types Cocoon is good. It's not, like, Inside or Limbo good, but it's good. Actually, just play Inside. Do that ASAP. Hollow Knight, also extremely good. Can't wait for Silksong. But seriously, if you're reading this and have haven't played Inside, just skip this episode of the podcast and go play Inside. It's like 3 hours long and it's, like, transformatively great. Chris Martens has done some cool work (eg) bringing together linear logic and games. Meh: Gödel, Escher, Bach by Douglas Hofstadter Yeh: Infinity and the Mind by Rudy Rucker Heh: To Mock a MockingBird by Raymond Smullyan. The hierarchy of automata Games: Agency as Art The Incredible Proof Machine is what some would call a "visual programming language" because proofs are programs. But it's actually really cool and fun to play with. Approach it like a puzzle game, and give it 10 minutes or so to get its hooks into you. "Stop Doing Logic" is part of the Stop Doing Math meme. Unrelated: Ivan's song Don't Do Math. Bidirectional Type Checking, a talk by David Christiansen List Out of Lambda, a blog post by Steve Losh Nobody noticed that these links were silly last time, so this time I'm drawing more attention to it: Ivan: Mastodon • Email Jimmy: Mastodon • Twitter This link is legit: DM us in the FoC Slack https://futureofcoding.org/episodes/068See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
durée : 01:58:44 - Le Bach du dimanche du dimanche 19 novembre 2023 - par : Corinne Schneider - Au programme de cette 271e émission : les Variations Goldberg dans l'actualité du disque cet automne avec Julien Wolfs (Flora) ; Rachel Podger et le Brecon Baroque (Channel Classics) ; les Trio d'Iroise et Syriab (Solare) ; puis le « Week-end Solo Bach » de la Philharmonie de Paris (23-27 nov.) - réalisé par : Emmanuel Benito
Tom Service explores J. S. Bach's extraordinary Well Tempered Clavier, a series of 48 preludes and fugues for keyboard in all 24 major and minor keys. It's widely regarded as a towering achievement and a cornerstone of western art music. The 19th century German conductor and pianist, Hans von Bülow famously described it as “The Old Testament of Music” and generations of musicians and scholars have spoken of its monumental stature in the history and development of music. From the first, C major prelude with its lean and simple series of arpeggios, taking listeners on an exquisite harmonic journey, through to darker and more complex moments, with plenty of playfulness and joy along the way, the Well Tempered Clavier is an astonishing feat of imagination. These two books of preludes and fugues are a treasure trove, where Bach combines contrapuntal wizardry with his extraordinary gift for expressing human emotion. With help from American pianist, Jeremy Denk, Tom Service lifts the lid on the Well Tempered Clavier to discover its secrets. Producer: Jonathan Hallewell
Welcome to episode 94 of Holly Jolly X'masu! In this episode, I talk about Shoji Suzuki's 1963 album, “Merry Christmas.” This is a great album and I can't tell you how excited I was when I first learned that Shoji Suzuki had made another Christmas album. Of the two, “Merry Christmas” seems to be the harder one to come by. I believe I've only seen two copies come up for auction. The first time I saw it, I settled in for a protracted bidding war, but I managed to get it for a reasonable price. The market for Shoji Suzuki records seems to fluctuate with no rhyme or reason. I've seen copies of “Swingin' Christmas go for $30-50, while other copies sit for weeks, being relisted over and over with no buyers. The prices for some records are pretty consistent, but with others it's impossible to tell. I asked one of the guys in Japan about it, and he said he just hopes that when he finds a record he needs, there aren't several other bidders looking for it at the same time. I hope you're enjoying these episodes about Shoji Suzuki. Tune in next week when I talk about his “Swingin' Christmas,” which is one of my all-time favorite albums. Then listen in each week in December as I cover some of the best and most interesting albums in my collection. I'll start off the month with the Meiji Gakuin University Glee Club's 10th anniversary performance of Bach's Christmas Oratorio. After that, I'll cover a really outstanding late 60s album, “Christmas Song/New Year's Song.” If you like Now Sound music, you'll love this album. Then listen in for Kayo Ishu's outstanding “Scat Christmas.” I'll close out the year with a pair of extremely rare albums from the early 70s that have to be heard to be believed. As always, any feedback on this episode would be appreciated. If have any suggestions, or if you'd like to recommend a song or album for a future episode, drop me a line and let me know. Remember, I've added a button to my Ko-fi page. If you'd like to support me one cup of coffee at a time, a donation is only $3. I've also opened a Redbubble store. I only have a couple designs up, but keep an eye on it as I'll be trying to add more. Half of any proceeds or donations received will be donated to support the people of Ukraine, while the rest will be used to purchase new Japanese Christmas music to review for future episodes. You can also find me on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. And if you get a chance, leave me a review on iTunes. Thanks!
This is the first of eight devotions on the first gospel promise in Genesis 3:15. In this devotion we consider how God needed to redirect mankind's hostility after the fall into sin.Music Credit: J. S. Bach, “Wir eilen mit schwachen, doch emsigen Schritten,” aria from “Jesu, der du meine Seele,” BWV 78 (Leipzig, 1724).
Bach oder Beatles? AC/DC oder Taylor Swift? Musik begleitet uns durch unser Leben. Sie kann trösten, beruhigen, aufputschen. Gemeinsam zu musizieren, macht nachweislich glücklich, hält jung – und kann heilen. Worin liegt die Kraft der Musik?Kreul, Markus; Kreutz, Gunterwww.deutschlandfunkkultur.de, Im GesprächDirekter Link zur Audiodatei
Tiana loves her teddy bear, Bach. She doesn't mind that he's a little worn and somewhat torn. So when her mother suggests she make room for a new bear, Tiana can't believe her ears! Will Tiana have to lose the one bear she really loves? Or will she find room in her heart for two? Find out in this endearing tale—brought to life by Alicia Más's imaginative illustrations—about a young girl who learns the importance of letting go and giving back. A girl with a big heart who loves her teddy bear, her family, and her best friend, Tiana will appeal to any child trying to understand what it means to give back to others. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/avant-garde-books/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/avant-garde-books/support
Diese Choralkantate ist ein Meisterwerk der Tonmalerei: Im Eingangschor gibt Bach ein grandioses Bild der Flüchtigkeit, danach bricht der Tenor zu einer abenteuerlichen Wildwasserfahrt auf. Alles ist vergänglich…
In this episode, OAE Principal Oboe Katharina Spreckelsen joins Netty for tea and chats. She recalls her first encounters with the oboe at a Christmas Eve Midnight Mass, where she discovered the joy of Bach's chorales in the Christmas Oratorio and the energetic oboe parts. You can catch her performing and experience the same musical delights in our upcoming concerts with Masaaki Suzuki. Also, find out how to fit three cellos, violas, flutes, and a family in one car.Katharina traces her roots back to Germany to studying and launching her career as a baroque oboist in the UK. She reminisces on her involvement in various programming projects such as The Rime of the Ancient Mariner from our previous Songs of Travel season in 2022/23, and the delights of rehearsing with actor and friend, Rory Kinnear. Katharina shares her love for learning and teaching throughout the years which continues to grow.--Tea with Netty is the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment's podcast hosted by viola player Annette Isserlis (Netty). Over a cuppa (or something a little stronger…), Netty chats with a variety of conductors, players and other guests as she ‘spills the tea' on the side of classical music you don't normally hear. Available as Apple podcast, Google Podcast, Spotify, Stitcher, iHeart Radio, TuneIn+Alexa
Health Pilots continues with our next feature from the Resilient Beginnings Network! Today, we welcome pediatrician Dr. Sheshashree "She" Seshadri and pediatric care coordinator Melissa Pereda from Bay Area Community Health (BACH), discussing their comprehensive approach to pediatric care, specifically in administering screenings to identify adverse childhood experiences (ACEs). Beyond sharing insights into workflows and processes, they discuss navigating the complexities that arise post-identification of ACEs and underscore the significance of establishing trust and rapport between providers and families.Tune in to hear about BACH's collaborative efforts to compile a network of community-based organizations and their innovative use of technology to swiftly connect families with essential social and economic resources, ranging from housing needs to early intervention programs.Learn more about the people, places, and ideas in this episode: "What are adverse childhood experiences (ACEs)?"Pediatric ACEs and Related Life Events Screener (PEARLS)Example of PEARLS tool (for screening children)"What are social determinants of health (SDOH)?"Visit Bay Area Community Health (BACH), formed during the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic, BACH brings more than 70 years of combined service to the area that stretched from Union City to Gilroy, across Alameda and Santa Clara Counties. BACH serves more than 100,000 people who rely on high-quality healthcare services, regardless of their immigration status, ethnicity, disabilities, or ability to pay.More on Resilient Beginnings Network (RBN), a Center for Care Innovations learning program dedicated to advancing pediatric care delivery models that are trauma- and resilience-informed so that 100,000 young children and their caregivers have the support they need to be well and thrive.Pediatric Care Coordinators: Closing the Loop to Help Children at Risk Thrive - an article featuring BACH (April 2023)ACEs Aware, is a first-in-the nation effort and initiative to screen patients for adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) to help improve and save lives. ACEs Aware is bringing communities together in ways never before imagined to prevent, screen for, treat, and heal trauma-induced toxic stress. Together, we are getting to the root cause of some of the most harmful, persistent, and expensive health challenges facing our state and nation.HOPE Framework, or Healthy Outcomes from Positive Experiences can ease toxic stress and help children and youth grow into more resilient, healthier adults. HOPE identifies ways that our communities and systems of care can better ensure that all children have more positive experiences and that all families have support to nurture and celebrate their strengths. The Four Building Blocks of HOPE are composed of key positive childhood experiences (PCEs). The sources of those experiences and opportunities are the foundation for healthy childhood development.
Yo-Yo Ma and the Surgeon General continue the conversation about the power of music. Yo-Yo reflects on how music was an antidote to his father's loneliness while trapped in Paris during WWII, and how Yo-Yo shared his music to comfort people during the pandemic. Continuing with personal stories about connection, the conversation turns to parenting, why it seems harder for men to connect, and what Mr. Rogers taught both of them. They also talk about why connecting to yourself is so important, and how Yo-Yo does that through practicing what he calls “The Beginner's Mind.” If you enjoy the art of conversation, this episode will be music to your ears. It will build up what Yo-Yo Ma refers to as your “emotional bank account” and bring about a sense of hope. (02:04) How Yo-Yo's father turned to music to address loneliness (07:14) How Yo-Yo's childhood informs his parenting (12:15) On men & loneliness (15:32) Lessons from Mister Rogers (20:26) How did Yo-Yo Ma use music to help people during the COVID-19 pandemic? (24:03) The importance of the Beginner's Mind (26:55) On burnout (33:57) What are you grateful for? (38:38) What are Yo-Yo Ma and the Surgeon General reading these days? (42:02) What gives Yo-Yo Ma hope? For more episodes, visit www.surgeongeneral.gov/housecalls. We'd love to hear from you! Send us a note at email@example.com with your feedback & ideas. Yo-Yo Ma, Cellist & Humanitarian Twitter: @YoYo_Ma Instagram: @YoYoMa Facebook: @YoYoMa YouTube: @YoYoMa About Yo-Yo Ma Yo-Yo Ma's multi-faceted career is testament to his belief in culture's power to generate trust and understanding. Whether performing new or familiar works for cello, bringing communities together to explore culture's role in society, or engaging unexpected musical forms, Yo-Yo strives to foster connections that stimulate the imagination and reinforce our humanity. Most recently, Yo-Yo began Our Common Nature, a cultural journey to celebrate the ways that nature can reunite us in pursuit of a shared future. Our Common Nature follows the Bach Project, a 36-community, six-continent tour of J. S. Bach's cello suites paired with local cultural programming. Both endeavors reflect Yo-Yo's lifelong commitment to stretching the boundaries of genre and tradition to understand how music helps us to imagine and build a stronger society. Yo-Yo Ma was born in 1955 to Chinese parents living in Paris, where he began studying the cello with his father at age four. When he was seven, he moved with his family to New York City, where he continued his cello studies before pursuing a liberal arts education. Yo-Yo has recorded more than 120 albums, is the winner of 19 Grammy Awards, and has performed for nine American presidents, most recently on the occasion of President Biden's inauguration. He has received numerous awards, including the National Medal of the Arts, the Presidential Medal of Freedom, and the Birgit Nilsson Prize. He has been a UN Messenger of Peace since 2006, and was recognized as one of TIME magazine's 100 Most Influential People of 2020. www.yo-yoma.com.
Ever wonder how we got from Dr. Bach's research to where we are today? In the late 1970s and 80s there was a simultaneous explosion of new flower essences being discovered, researched, and produced around the world. Yet, this “second wave” of producers didn't initially know about one another until the first international conference was held. Ruth Toledo Altschuler came on the scene just as these gatherings began to happen, and she became a major importer of essences into Brazil at that time. In this episode, we have the honor of hearing her stories and adventures — how she met the people and visited the places of the FES, Alaskan, Australian essences, and more, in these early days of the post-Bach flower essence renaissance. Join us for this rare treat and glimpse into the modern history of flower essences. Full show notes and transcript on the Flower Essence Podcast website
What does your social circle say about you? On this edition of The Weekly Reader, we review two new novels featuring central figures surrounded by rather influential casts of characters: Ana Turns, by Lisa Gornick, and The Children's Bach, by Helen Garner. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Mit dem brasilianischen Barockorchester "Johann Sebastian Rio" hat der Geiger Linus Roth das Album "SamBach" eingespielt. Eine Kombination aus Samba und Bach also, ein musikalischer Brückenschlag zwischen Alter und Neuer Welt.
Dana Marschner, international PR and sales manager for the Leipzig Tourism and Marketing Company, talks with Alan Fine of Insider Travel Report about Leipzig's status as an underrated city in Germany. Visitors can follow a music trail connecting places frequented by Bach and Mendelssohn, or see where more than 70,000 citizens gathered on Oct. 9, 1989 for a peaceful demonstration that contributed to the fall of the Berlin Wall and the eventual reunification of Germany. For more information, visit www.VisitSaxony.com and www.Leipzig.Travel. If interested, the original video of this podcast can be found on the Insider Travel Report Youtube channel or by searching for the podcast's title on Youtube.
Who knew that finding a suitable name for a podcast could take us on a roller coaster of creativity? Nick and Sebastian sift through all of your brilliant suggestions. We also talk about trombone MacGyver moments in the clutch, trombone google keyword news, submitted questions about breaking in a slide, gripe of the week, how a trombone is best used as a weapon, Bach therapy, beauty in the world and most likely more. Also introducing special features with Patreon: www.patreon.com/tromboneretreatLearn more about the Trombone Retreat and upcoming festival here: linktr.ee/tromboneretreat Hosted by Sebastian Vera - @js.vera (insta) and Nick Schwartz - @basstrombone444 (insta)Produced and edited by Sebastian VeraMusic: Firehorse: Mvt 1 - Trot by Steven Verhelst performed live by Brian Santero, Sebastian Vera and Nick SchwartzThank you to our season sponsor Houghton Horns: www.houghtonhorns.comSupport the show
"There is life even in the darkness, they say... If we thrive then so shall you, they say..." Cast: Gloria - Siouxsie Suarez Caspar - Joe Fisher Ava - Finlay Stevenson Zebulon Mucklewain - Neal Starbird Effie Mucklewain - Julie Cowden-Starbird Leif - Tom Moorman Guest Starring: Lauren LeBlanc as Clementine Ian Ferguson as Terric Alan Burgon as Brodie Shelly Darrington as Olivia and DSCN 83 Nhea Durousseau as Tamara Evan Gulock as Young Leif Finlay Stevenson as Alice Jessica Morris as Bertbert Written and Directed by Joe Fisher Produced by Joe Fisher and Finlay Stevenson Music: Mother's Prayers have Followed Me by Homer Rodeheaver Kiwi Dinner by Chalalatas Arizona Stars by The Troubadors Tripping Along by the Troubadors Aria da Capo é Fine by Bach, Perf. by Kimiko Ishizaka Cactus Twister by Fenton Jonesy Jones and the Texas Dandies Oh, Susanna by Fenton Jonesy Jones and the Texas Dandies Soldier's Joy by Fenton Jonesy Jones and the Texas Dandies Subscribe on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/midnightburger Subscribe on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/midnight-burger/id1537653218 Subscribe with Supporting Cast: https://midnightburger.supportingcast.fm/ How about some merch? https://www.midnightburgermerch.com Sign up for our newsletter: https://substack.com/@themidnightburgerletter For more information on our sponsors go to https://fableandfolly.com/partners/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This episode is not just for formal leaders. We all experience conflict - in our personal lives and professional lives.Join us as we talk about four C's to effective conflict management: Communication, Curiosity, Concern, and Commitment.We then briefly discuss these four C's in relation to some of the five conflict management styles originally theorized by M. Afzalur Rahim in 1983.Our goal is to connect you to leaders and leadership principles from all sectors. We want your feedback! Give us a 5-star review if you like what you hear, and leave a comment. We also want to know what you want to hear about when it comes to leadership! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org LeaderLink Podcast is an ad-free product of J&C Leadership Consulting LLC, hosted by Charles Heasley and Joshua Conner. LeaderLink Podcast is produced by Charles. The intro and outro music were mixed by Charles using stock Studio One music loops. Equipment and software: RODECaster Pro mixer, MXL 990 condenser microphones, and Presonus Studio One 6 Professional. Note - the intro/outro music on episodes published before season three episode four were excerpts from the Prelude of cello suite #1 by J.S. Bach, arranged and performed by Charles.
Vi kender alle til begrebet forbudt kærlighed. Men de færreste har måske overvejet, hvordan det må være, at gå ind i et parforhold, når man hele sit liv har troet på, at den type kærlighed der er i det parforhold, er forbudt og skamfuld.Så én ting er, at skulle lære at navigere i de mønstre der normalvis er i et parforhold, en anden er, at skulle forholde sig til alle de følelser og den frygt der kan komme i spil, når man også tænker på, hvordan omverdenen ser på en, og at man hele sit liv har skjult en del af sig selv og kæmpet for at virke ‘normal'.I denne episode fortæller modige Mathias Bach, hvordan han har gjort vold på sig selv, for at hans omverden skulle se ham som ‘normal' og hvilke konsekvenser det har haft for ham i parforholdet.
On November 9th, members of the Women in Chemicals community were joined by Ali Bach and Tressia Marino as we kicked-off the third webinar in a series of webinars, Money Matters. During this session, our speakers dive into the ‘how' of investment.
durée : 00:25:29 - Jos van Immerseel, claveciniste, organiste et chef d'orchestre (2/5) - par : Benjamin François - Le chef belge Jos van Immerseel, également spécialiste des claviers anciens, s'est tout au long de sa carrière beaucoup documenté sur les conditions historiques de la pratique musicale. Retour sur le parcours de ce chef qui s'inscrit dans une démarche « historiquement informée ». - réalisé par : Lionel Quantin
Plinio Fernandes embarks on a captivating exploration of his favorite composer's legacy on Bacheando. A dynamic inheritor of a decades-long tradition in which extraordinary Brazilian musicians have looked to the German master's music for inspiration, Fernandes performs a harmonious blend of Bach's compositions alongside enchanting pieces by Brazilian greats Heitor Villa-Lobos, Paulinho Nogueira, and Mário Albanese. He also collaborated with legendary Brazilian guitarist and composer Sérgio Assad, who contributed a world-premiere composition along with multiple brand-new arrangements for the album.Tracklist:1. Bachianinha No. 1 [Paulinho Nogueira]2. Bachianinha No. 2 / Araponga [Paulinho Nogueira / Luiz Gonzaga]3. Prelude, Fugue and Allegro in E-Flat Major, BWV 998: I. Prelude [Johann Sebastian Bach]4. Prelude, Fugue and Allegro in E-Flat Major, BWV 998: II. Fugue [Johann Sebastian Bach]5. Prelude, Fugue and Allegro in E-Flat Major, BWV 998: III Allegro [Johann Sebastian Bach]6. Preludio Fuga e Vivace: I. Preludio [Sérgio Assad]7. Preludio Fuga e Vivace: II. Fuga [Sérgio Assad]8. Preludio Fuga e Vivace: III. Vivace [Sérgio Assad]9. Jequibach [Mário Albanese]10. Concerto in D Minor, BWV 974: II. Adagio [Benedetto Marcello / Johann Sebastian Bach]11. Bachianas Brasileiras No. 4: I. Prelúdio (Introdução) [Heitor Villa-Lobos]Help support our show by purchasing this album at:Downloads (classicalmusicdiscoveries.store) Classical Music Discoveries is sponsored by Uber. @CMDHedgecock#ClassicalMusicDiscoveries #KeepClassicalMusicAlive#CMDGrandOperaCompanyofVenice #CMDParisPhilharmonicinOrléans#CMDGermanOperaCompanyofBerlin#CMDGrandOperaCompanyofBarcelonaSpain#ClassicalMusicLivesOn#Uber#AppleClassical Please consider supporting our show, thank you!Donate (classicalmusicdiscoveries.store) email@example.comThis album is broadcasted with the permission of Crossover Media Music Promotion (Zachary Swanson and Amanda Bloom).
Listen now on Patreon! Lauren and Chan talk The Golden Bachelor's hometown dates, which contestant they're sure is the winner, and their idea of what would truly give viewers the most shocking ending ever. They recap the newest episode of RHOSLC, where the drama, messiness, and low blows between Monica and Lisa have reached epic levels. From Monica and Lisa's fight to figuring out why Heather has so much resentment toward Lisa, plus legal troubles between Monica and Heather... there's a lot to talk about. They chat about Dave Portnoy's allyship of Taylor Swift and his thoughts on the Brittany Mahomes x Skims collab, and Lauren and Chan's thoughts on how celebrities gain their fame. The gals are so ready to talk the royals, whether it be the upcoming season of The Crown, or their analysis of the differences between Kate and Meghan of Montecito. Listen to why Lauren thinks the Crown and monarchy loves Kate so much compared to Meghan or Diana. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
We interview Rosanne Katon Walden, the mother of Adam Mandela Walden, a young man with autism with remarkable musical talent. At the age of 2 he taught himself harmonica, and to sign opera phonetically. Rosanne nurtured this budding talent and at age 6 bought Adam a thrift store cello, and Adam fell in love with it. Now after years of training and performance, Adam is a student at Berklee College of Music in Boston, where he is further developing his skills, including composition and conducting. Jill and Roseanne discuss Adam's early years, the nature of his musical gifts, how, with help, he navigates college, and what the future might look like.Note: the opening music is Adam playing Bach at the recent Stars of the Spectrum concert at Fenway Park. Links:Fantastic Cellist's Deep Musical Connectionhttps://www.daily-joy.org/video/fantastic-cellists-deep-musical-connection/Cellist with autism finds his purpose, voice in musichttps://spectrumnews1.com/ca/la-east/arts/2021/12/21/cellist-with-autism-finds-his-purpose-and-his-voice-in-music There are a lot of other videos and articles to see including Adam's interview in “From The Top” if you just google "Adam Mandela Walden"https://youtu.be/mLoGBJRxsZ4?si=oudW4TaShenEOq8h
durée : 01:27:59 - En pistes ! du lundi 13 novembre 2023 - par : Emilie Munera, Rodolphe Bruneau Boulmier - Pour débuter la semaine, Emilie et Rodolphe vous ont concocté un programme haut en couleurs ! On y retrouve la musique de Jacques-Christophe Naudot, Kurt Atterberg, Amilcare Ponchielli, Franz Liszt, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart ou encore Jean-Sébastien Bach. En pistes !
The abstract painter Mali Morris is fascinated by colour and light, and has been exploring their possibilities in her work for more than 50 years. She was born in Wales and studied at the University of Newcastle, where the Pop Art pioneer Richard Hamilton was one of her teachers. He brought her and fellow students news of New York which she says “seemed as far away to me as the moon”. Mali herself taught at a number of art schools including Chelsea, the Slade School and the Royal College of Art. She was elected a Royal Academician in 2010, and last year, flags made from her work hung above Bond Street, not far from the Academy, in a riot of joyous colour. She currently has a major exhibition at the Ikon Gallery in Birmingham. Her musical choices include Bach, Beethoven, Vivaldi and some blues singing and whistling by Professor Longhair.
durée : 01:59:16 - Le Bach du dimanche du dimanche 12 novembre 2023 - par : Corinne Schneider - Au programme de cette 270e émission : une heure en si mineur avec Carolyn Sampson, Dorothee Mields, Chris Thile, Pierre Gallon, Stéphanie-Marie Degand… ; la transcription pour flûte de la Chaconne en ré min BWV 1004 par Yuan Yu ; et les 6 Suites pour violoncelle par Valérie Aimard (EnPhases, 6 oct.) - réalisé par : Emmanuel Benito
Welcome to episode 93 of Holly Jolly X'masu! In this episode, I talk about the 1959 compilation, “X'mas All Star Jazz Parade.” This is a great album and I hope you've enjoyed it. This really kicks off my Christmas season, and I have some phenomenal music headed your way. I'll be focusing on Shoji Suzuki the rest of this month. Although Akira Ishikawa sparked my interest in Japanese Christmas music, Shoji Suzuki's music is easily as responsible for turning it into an obsession. Join me next time for his 1963 album, “Merry Christmas,” then listen in on the 25th for his “Swingin' Christmas,” which is one of my absolute favorite albums. Then be sure to listen in each week in December as I cover some of the best and most interesting albums in my collection. I'll start off the month with the Meiji Gakuin University Glee Club's 10th anniversary performance of Bach's Christmas Oratorio. After that, I'll cover a really outstanding late 60s children's album, “Christmas Song/New Year's Song.” Trust me when I say it's one you have to hear. Then listen in for Kayo Ishu's outstanding “Scat Christmas.” I'll close out the year with a pair of albums that have to be heard to be believed. Don't forget to check my show notes for each episode. I'll be posting the covers of the singles associated with that episode's album. This time around, it's Shoji Suzuki's “Blue Christmas” coupled with Motomichi Ito's “Jingle Bells.” As far as I can tell, it's the only single taken from “X'mas All Star Jazz Parade.” As always, any feedback on this episode would be appreciated. If have any suggestions, or if you'd like to recommend a song or album for a future episode, drop me a line and let me know. Remember, I've added a button to my Ko-fi page. If you'd like to support me one cup of coffee at a time, a donation is only $3. I've also opened a Redbubble store. I only have a couple designs up, but keep an eye on it as I'll be trying to add more. Half of any proceeds or donations received will be donated to support the people of Ukraine, while the rest will be used to purchase new Japanese Christmas music to review for future episodes. You can also find me on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. And if you get a chance, leave me a review on iTunes. Thanks!
Cellist Simon Updegraff presents Elgar's Cello Concerto, followed by works of Bach and Bloch; a cello suite of Chad "Sir Wick" Hughes, and Monti's Csárdás. The post LIVE | Simon Updegraff, 16, cello appeared first on WFMT.
When we hear God's curse on the serpent in Genesis 3:14, questions naturally arise: Why did God punish the serpent, when the devil was the one tempting Adam and Eve through the serpent? Did the serpent not get around by crawling before God cursed it? In this devotion, Pastor Biebert addresses these questions while reminding us of the important truths at the heart of this curse.Music Credit: J. S. Bach, “Wir eilen mit schwachen, doch emsigen Schritten,” aria from “Jesu, der du meine Seele,” BWV 78 (Leipzig, 1724).
I watched this film as part of Screamfest and after leaving a review on my Instagram story, Matthew reached out to me and then we scheduled a time to record over his film and one other. The film also stars DeAnna S. Wright, it was directed by Matthew's brother, Will Kresch, who also co-wrote the film with A. V. Bach. Hopefully ou will be able to stream it somewhere soon. According to IMDb, Alone Together (Horror/Thriller) is about Nassdja, a woman trapped in a toxic relationship, is locked down during a pandemic with her brutish boyfriend Luke. With the hope of healing their relationship, they flee to Luke's remote family cabin but soon find they are not alone. Alone Together Cocktail: Ingredients 2 ounces vodka Red Bull, to top Directions Add vodka to a highball glass with ice. Fill with Red Bull and stir. Drinking Game: Drink when... they say Wi-Fi. there's a gun on screen. Finish your drink when... you hear the clicker. As always, drink responsibly and with friends. Share the podcast with others. Follow/Subscribe on your favorite streaming platform, leave me a five star review. Follow the podcast on Instagram and Twitter @Line_Drunk. Check out linedrunk.wordpress.com and for bonus content join the patreon at patreon.com/linedrunk. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/linedrunk/support
And now for something completely different! As a big fan of reality show podcast recaps, Steph convinced Liz to dive into the MITJ universe. Neither of us have watched this series or heard much about it, and you can bear witness as our innocence is ripped away! Join us as we recap Season 2: episode-by-salacious-episode. In this series we follow Hailey, the fresh-faced freelance oboist, Cynthia, the jaded veteran cellist and the whole crew of pros in the music scene that orbits the New York Symphony. Will Hailey survive the cut-throat ‘jungle' with her love of music still in-tact?Ready to step back into the chaotic world of Hailey and the NYSO? The NYSO is in tense labor negotiations, Rodrigo is battling his inner and outer critics and Thomas is hard at work on his first symphony. As if that's not enough, we've also got a line-up of new faces, including the symphony's new lawyer, Nina, and her peculiar request for a private performance of Bach from Cynthia (who doesn't just love Bach?!)As any satire does, MITJ never fails to bring up an evergreen topic in orchestral circles: Can a conductor be too close to the musicians? Does the traditional view of the conductor as a strict father figure hold up? There's lots to discuss and joke about - thanks for laughing along with us!**If you enjoyed this episode, please consider rating and writing a quick review for our podcast! We have a Patreon site! Support us and get perks and bonus content!www.patreon.com/musiciancentric************************Our website: www.musiciancentric.com, for merch, joining our email list, and contacting us with stories and feedback!Episode edited by: Liz O'HaraViolaCentric Theme by: JP Wogaman, www.wogamusic.comAdditional music by: Freddy Hall with www.musicforpodcasts.comThank you to our Sponsor for this season:Potter Violins: www.potterviolins.comSupport the show
How did Bach understand the concept of Phi? 1.618…? Here are a few examples where Bach highlights the “Golden Section” in a piece through either a fugal technique, a shift in musical language, or something else. Send us your most remarkable golden section moments!For the first episode where I mentioned the golden section and Bach, click here.Pieces covered:Fugue in C major, BWV 846Invention in C major, BWV 770Allegro from Sonata in a minor, BWV 1003Confiteor and Et Expecto from Mass in b minor, BWV 232Contrapuntus 10 from The Art of Fugue, BWV 1080Phi as seen as a structural principle in BWVs 1001-1006, The Sei Solo Book One (Violin Sonatas and Partitas) will be written about soon!Fugue in b minor, BWV 869Performers featured:Trevor PinnockNathan MilsteinSigiswald Kuijken (and La Petite Bande)Ralph KirkpatrickSupport us:https://www.paypal.me/wtfbachhttps://venmo.com/wtfbachhttps://cash.app/$wtfbachWrite us:bach (at) wtfbach (dot) com Get full access to WTF Bach at wtfbach.substack.com/subscribe
Bach started and finished every song he wrote with God. Thank you for listening to Encourage-Mint. If you've been refreshed, don't forget to subscribe, Leave a review on iTunes, and share a little Encourage-Mint with someone you love. Encourage-Mint is a podcast from Family Radio. These moments are just a taste of what you can hear every day. Listen at FamilyRadio.org or find more encouragement on the Family Radio app. Get daily Scripture and encouragement by following Family Radio on your favorite social media platforms:FacebookInstagram Twitter
(SPOILERS) I begin by giving an update on BIP spoilers and the Golden Bachelor TV schedule for the remainder of the season. Then Stefanie and Jackie from “She's All Bach” join me at (8:29) to discuss this season of “Bachelor in Paradise,” the “Golden Bachelor,” their current battle with an advertiser not fulfilling a contract, and the tragic passing of Matthew Perry. Instagram - @shesallbachMusic written by Jimmer Podrasky (B'Jingo Songs/Machia Music/Bug Music BMI)
Not sleeping enough turning you into a monster? In one of our most popular episodes, we bring you the cutting-edge science that helps us understand why. And we sort through the fads to find out, what really works to get more ZZZs. We speak with lab coordinator Pam DeYoung, sleep researcher Dr. Brady Riedner, and circadian scientist Prof. Russell Foster. Find our transcript here: https://bit.ly/ScienceVsSleep2023 In this episode, we cover: (00:00) Not sleeping sucks (03:00) What does lack of sleep do to us? (06:07) Our beer vs. sleepiness experiment (10:56) What happens in a sleepy brain (17:45) How circadian rhythm affects sleep (21:19) Does melatonin help with sleep? (23:50) Does blue light keep us awake? This episode was produced by Rose Rimler and Lexi Krupp with help from Wendy Zukerman, Michelle Dang, Meryl Horn and Kaitlyn Sawrey. Editing by Caitlin Kenney. Fact checking by Diane Kelly and Erica Akiko Howard. Mix and sound design by Peter Leonard and Bumi Hidaka. Music written by Peter Leonard, Emma Munger, Bobby Lord, and Bach. Recording assistance from Dave Drexler, Tim Peterson, Zoe Sullivan, and Martin Wiggins. Sonification of EEG data came from Dr. Gerold Baier and Dr. Thomas Hermann. A huge thanks to Dr. Amandine Valomon, Prof. James Krueger, Dr. Ari Shechter, Dr. Jade Wu, Dr. Bei Bei, Dr. Connor Sheehan, Dr. Jennifer Ailshire, Dr. Agostinho Rosa, and everyone else we spoke to for this episode, especially our frustrated sleepers. Thank you so much for all the voice messages! And special thanks to Chuma Ossé, the Zukerman family and Joseph Lavelle Wilson. Science Vs is a Spotify Studios Original. Listen for free on Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. Follow us and tap the bell for episode notifications. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices