18th-century German composer
Heute geht es um den Mammon – und dazu hat Bach 1725 ein altes Weimarer Libretto von Salomon Franck aus der Schublade geholt. Wollte er damit die Leipziger Kaufleute ermahnen? Oder war er selbst Finanzmakler?
Laurence Dreyfus ist bekannt als Gambist und künstlerischer Leiter des Gamben-Consorts PHANTASM. Doch er ist auch Musikwissenschaftler, hat viel über Bach geforscht und über Wagner geschrieben. Jetzt legt Dreyfus seinen Debütroman vor, der sich mit Richard Wagner und Hermann Levi, dem Dirigenten der "Parsifal"-Uraufführung, beschäftigt.
You've heard about Bach, Beethoven and Mozart. But how about Carrillo, Maceda and Ustvolskaya ? In her new book, Sound Within Sound, writer and BBC presenter Kate Molleson tells the stories of 20th century composers whose work was groundbreaking, but who are underrepresented in history because what they made didn't sound like "traditional" classical music. Though conversations around race, gender, diversity, and classical music have seen progress in recent years, Molleson tells Talia Schlanger that there is still a significant gap in the canon when it comes to recognizing many of the trailblazing composers outside Europe and the United States.
Pianist Gemma Lee concludes our Autumn series with a programme for solo piano inspired by the desire to bring beautiful music not commonly heard onto the concert platform. Focussing on music by Bach, Debussy and Beethoven we get the chance to experience a different aspect of their work than their really famous ones that we may all know and love. Beginning with J.S Bach's Prelude in C major ,from the Well Tempered Clavier book II, Debussy's delightful Clair de lune from Suite Bergamasque follows and the programme concludes with Beethoven's Piano Sonata no.10 in G Major Movements I and III. When the last note resounds, you'll be reminded of what Debussy wrote once —that the primary aim of music “is to give pleasure.”
Justin takes the Bach with Ash Talks Bach! They discuss the unannounced return of Meatball, how the ABC editing team used too many montages this episode, and Hayden's language towards Gabby and Rachel. Plus, Justin and Ash go on several very random Bach tangents that are just good for the soul. Follow Ash on Instagram and Twitter, and subscribe to her Substack blog to get her opinions on Bach Nation and all the drama all season long. Ashley is also about to start a new semester as a teacher and needs your help! Shop her Amazon wishlist here or donate to her Venmo. Thank you in advance!!! Follow the pod on Instagram to stay in the know on all things Bachelor Nation. Remember to rate, review, and subscribe.
Czym są Esencje Kwiatowe?- esencje kwiatowe to nośniki informacji energetycznej,wykorzystują wibrację kwiatów do transmutacji/zmiany negatywnych stanów emocjonalnych i mentalnych,- balansują emocje i leczą negatywne stany mentalne,- są w stanie cofnąć ograniczający sposób myślenia i odczuwania,- każda esencja adresuje inną emocję lub stan umysłu,- nie leczą bezpośrednio fizycznego ciała ale przywracają harmonię umysłowi i pozwalają organizmowi na regenerację (każda choroba ma swój początek w umyśle),- nie mają wpływu na biochemię ciała, gdyż pracują wibracyjnie na poziomie subtelnym;- są nieszkodliwe,- są nietoksyczne,- nie uzależniają,- nie wchodzą w reakcje z lekami i suplementami,- nie mają nic wspólnego z aromaterapią i ziołolecznictwem;Jak działają Esencje Kwiatowe?- W procesie tworzenia esencji, częstotliwość/wibracja rośliny jest przenoszona na wodę, a woda z kolei wprowadza wibrację do ciała,- Esencja przesycona jest uzdrawiającą energią rośliny,- Esencje wibrują bardzo wysoko, podczas gdy człowiek w negatywnych stanach emocjonalnych wibruje bardzo nisko,- Gdy do ciała energetycznego wprowadzamy wyższą wibrację, całe ciało energetyczne dostroi się do tej wyższej wibracji – wibracja ciała energetycznego zostaje nadpisana, a my doświadczamy psychicznej i mentalnej ulgi, a co za tym idzie także ulgi w ciele,- Gdy weźmiemy dwa kamertony o różnym tonie i rozwibrujemy je w tym samym czasie, kamertony będą brzmiały inaczej, ale tylko na początku. Ten o niższym tonie stopniowo dostroi się do tego, o wyższym tonie. To samo dzieje się w momencie przyjmowania esencji kwiatowych,- Esencje kwiatowe działają subtelnie. Nie nadpisują całego ciebie i Twojej osobowości, ale pomagają Ci wrócić do swojej naturalnej formy, bez nakładek i odkryć, kim naprawdę jesteś,Podczas stosowania esencji kwiatowych nie należy oczekiwiać niesamowitych doznań i stanów emocjonalnych;Konsultacje Kwiatowe:https://www.poradniaholistyczna.pl/konsultacja-kwiatowa/
"The psychological effect of all this key-shifting, some jerky, some smooth, is very difficult to describe...perhaps it is the magic of Bach that he can write pieces with this kind of structure which have such a natural grace to them that we are not aware of exactly what is happening." In this episode we use these words by author Douglas Hofstadter to explore Bach's harmony as a deep stack of entangled and recursive structures. A moment from listener Santiago is the smallest of these stacked units, and we use it to zoom out. French Suite no. 4 as played by harpsichordist Pierre Hantaï for the Netherlands Bach Society (the Allemande is first): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J2rQtGtxpOw
Anthony Arnone is the cello professor at Iowa State University. He has a knack for following his curiosity, and bringing new and innovative projects to life as a result. He shares about his recent experience performing all 6 of Bach's cello suites, creating Iowa Cello Days for his students, and an incredible book project he recently completed. He is a beautiful cellist, an avid runner, and a generous teacher. I came away from our conversation together feeling inspired and ready to practice - I hope you do too!
Bachelorette Lovers (or haters, we don't join) this bonus episode is for you! Emma (@emmaladyrose) and Claire (@claireefallon), journalists and writers and hosts of the popular Bachelor podcast Love To See It join Mani for epic breakdowns of this history making Bachelorette season. Would two leads work if it were men? Why are Bach producers the most savage producers on tv? How do we protect these two amazing women from the audacity of men?! And how to watch Bachelor with some nuisance so it's enjoyable? All that and so much more! Come mix it up! Follow Mani on IG: @mixingwithmani Join the Patreon for extra content from ad free episodes, Rewatches, Hot Topics, Polls, extra episodes, and Throw back deep dives at Patreon.com/mixingwithmani Shop *NEW* Merch and frequent sales at https://www.teepublic.com/t-shirts?query=mixingwithmani&ref_id=23135 for other ways to connect or support (or find a teacher's wishlist): https://zez.am/mixingwithmani Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
durée : 01:58:09 - Le Bach du dimanche du dimanche 07 août 2022 - par : Corinne Schneider - Une nouvelle programmation avec de la mandoline (Chris Thile et Avi Avital), du banjo (Bela Fleck), de l'orgue (Lorenzo Ghielmi et Bart Jacobs) ; l'« Ode pour Sainte-Cécile » (1739) de Haendel ; puis « Johann Ludwig Bach, le Bach de Meiningen » (émission n° 210 première diffusion le 29 mai 2022) - réalisé par : Emmanuel Benito
The greatest living violinist and his most gifted disciple come together as Kilkenny violinist, Patrick Rafter and Siberian virtuoso, Maxim Vengerov, prepare to perform Bach's Double Concerto for violin.
Paul Wittington and Ruth Barton review Bullet Train, Thirteen Lives and Maisie. Poet Paula Meehan tells us about For The Hungry Ghosts at the Kilkenny Arts Festival. World-renowned organist and harpsichordist, Malcolm Proud, will perform Bach's Well Tempered Clavier as part of the Kilkenny Arts Festival
Die Chaconne ist für jeden Geiger eine Grenzerfahrung. Möglicherweise verarbeitete Bach in dem ergreifenden Werk den Tod seiner Frau. Jedenfalls versteckt er darin Choräle, die von Tod und Auferstehung handeln. (Autor: Christoph Vratz) Von Christoph Vratz.
Checklisten Bundle sichern: http://checklisten.website/ Diese Marketingbotschaften schaden aktuell im Marketing - Wirkungsvollere Botschaften in der Krise Angst - Angstmarketing - Schluss damit. Aktuell setzen immer noch viele Unternehmen / Unternehmer auf das klassische Angstmarketing. "Bald wird alles noch schlimmer. Alles geht den Bach runter... nahezu alle werden pleite gehen..." Warum das nicht sinnvoll ist und kaum klappen wird? Weil viele Menschen so oder so schon im Krisenmodus sind. Das Stresshormon Cortisol ist stark erhöht. Noch mehr Stress und Angst lähmt sie und führt nicht dazu, dass sie neue, sinnvolle Ideen entwickeln. Mache den Menschen Mut und Zuversicht! Teile kreative und innovative Ideen mit ihnen und bringe sie in ihre Handlungskompetenz. Stärken statt Lähmen!
Diese Choralkantate hält heftige Angriffe gegen die "taumelnde Vernunft" bereit. Setzt Bach hier etwa zum Aufklärungs-Bashing an? Außerdem heute im Bachschen Portfolio: ein Proportionskanon.
Fredrich Kuhlau was admired by Beethoven and is known as "the Beethoven of the flute." He wrote his gorgeous Fantasy in D major for solo flute in 1820 during a four-month stay in Vienna. Perhaps the Danube river provided inspiration for this silky, rippling Romantic music...Georg Philip Telemann, Fantaisie No. 12, performed by Karen KevraFredrich Kuhlau, Fantasy, Op. 38 in D major, Adagio, performed by Karen Kevra J.S. Bach, Fantasia in G minor, BWV 542, performed by Hans-André Stamm-organ Beethoven, Choral Fantasy, Op. 80, performed by Singapore Symphony Chorus and Youth Choir, Eudenice Palaruan, Choral Director, Tengku Irfan, piano https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8AXnA7-TD4QBeethoven, Piano Sonata No. 14 in C-Sharp Minor, Op. 27 No. 2 "Moonlight" - I. Adagio sostenuto performed by Maurizio Pollini-piano Beethoven, Symphony #6 "Pastorale" - Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, Sir Charles Mackerras, conductorPlease support the show.Artwork: Danube landscape near Regensburg, by Albrecht AltdorferSupport the show
Synopsis A fiery horse with the speed of light, a cloud of dust, and a hearty “Hi-yo, Silver!” Generations of American baby boomers first heard Rossini's “William Tell” Overture as the opening credits of the old Lone Ranger TV western, but we suspect only a few of them ever realized the overture by an Italian composer was written for a French opera about a Swiss archer, which was adapted from a German play by Friedrich Schiller. Like a Facebook relationship, “It's complicated.” Anyway, Rossini's “William Tell” was first heard in Paris on today's date in 1829. Rossini hoped “William Tell” would be considered his masterpiece. Ironically, the complete opera is only rarely staged these days, but the “William Tell” overture became a familiar concert hall showpiece – SO familiar, in fact, as to become something of a musical cliché. The Russian composer Dimitri Shostakovich gave a dark 20th-century spin to Rossini's overly familiar theme, when he quoted the “William Tell” overture in the opening movement of his Symphony No. 15. In the context of Shostakovich's enigmatic final symphony, Rossini's jaunty little theme comes off like a forced smile, and audiences are free to read whatever political subtext they wish into its rather sinister context. Music Played in Today's Program Gioacchino Rossini (1792-1868) –William Tell Overture (Philharmonia Orchestra; Carlo Maria Giulini, cond.) EMI 69042 Dimitri Shostakovich (1906-1975) –Symphony No. 15 in A, Op. 141 (London Philharmonic; Mariss Jansons, cond.) EMI 56591 On This Day Births 1884 - Russian-born American composer Louis Gruenberg, near Brest-Litovsk (Julian date: July 22); 1896 - Russian inventor Lev Sergeivitch Termen (anglicized to Leon Theremin) in St. Petersburg (Gregorian date: August 15) Deaths 1784 - Italian composer and teacher Giovanni Battista Martini, age 78, in Bologna; His students included Gluck, Mozart, Grétry, and Jommelli; Premieres 1829 - Rossini: opera, "Guillaume Tell" (William Tell), at the Paris Opéra; 1941 - Robert Russell Bennett: Symphony in D ("For the Dodgers"), in New York; 1961 - John Cage: "Atlas Eclipticalis," at the "International Week of Today's Music," in Montréal; 1967 - Lalo Schifrin: cantata, "The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich" (adapted from the composer's filmscore) by the Los Angeles Philharmonic at the Hollywood Bowl, with Lawrence Foster conducting; Others 1668 - German composer Dietrich Buxtehude marries the daughter of Franz Tunder, retiring organist at St. Mary's Church in Lübeck, as a condition to succeed Tunder in his position at St. Mary's; It is thought that both Handel and J.S. Bach were both interested in the position - but not in Tunder's daughter; 1778 - Milan's famous Teatro alla Scala (La Scala) opens with a performance of “L'Europa riconosciuta” by Italian opera composer Antonio Salieri, a work written specially for the occasion; The theater took its name from the site previously occupied by the church of Santa Maria della Scala (named after Bernabo Visconti's wife, Beatrice della Scala); This same opera, conducted by Riccardo Muti, was performed on Dec. 7, 2004 at the Gala reopening of La Scala after three years of major renovation; 1779 - Mozart finishes in Salzburg his "Posthorn" Serenade; 1795 - The Paris Conservatory of Music is founded by the National Revolutionary Convention. Links and Resources On Rossini On other famous radio themes
Si & Veronica are all aboard the ship of love for episode 225! Instead of being in Cincinnati or Virginia and calling it the city of love… They are actually in Paris! The girls have their first 1:1 dates with Tino and Jason and do some classic Parisian things. The rest of the dudes find their digs on the cruise ship. Two new villains are emerging as Hayden has been running his mouth and Logan is flip flopping. Gabby's group date somehow becomes all about how Rachel's men aren't sucking up enough to her… and Rachel's group date involves the men sucking their own hands. Hayden gets kicked off the ship after all of his bitchy comments come to light, but he at least gets to be reunited with his dying pup, Rambo. Will Rachel make it through this journey with all the ups and downs she has been experiencing? There were some big engagements with Bach faves of Madi Prewett and her bf of 8 months and Bennett Jordan and his secret gf of a year. (Bachelor talk ends at time marker 35m:00s) Music Midtown made big music news this past week with the festival being canceled for updated state gun laws that make it hard for the festival to prohibit guns. Cara Delevingne set the record straight that her behavior with Meg at the BBMAs was just her being her odd self. Eddie Munson made it to the big screen… at Lolla that is with the “Stranger Things” clip being played during Metallica's set. Vee went “Yikes!” to the very public handling of Ne-Yo's cheating allegations by his estranged wife. And he even liked the IG post! Join us for what is always a good time and leave us a rating and review for a shoutout! Follow us @thefuturebachelor on Instagram! Thanks to you all who have subscribed! -- For fun, great music updated weekly, follow FUTURE BACHELOR on Spotify! ***SLAPPER OF THE WEEK*** "Are You Entertained" Russ ft. Ed Sheeran -- Follow us on Instagram!
IT'S ALIVE! The premiere episode of Countdown With Keith Olbermann steals from a) all his other programs b) Beethoven and Bach and c) Peter Finch as Howard Beale in the film "Network" - only with Olber-Beale screaming "I'm mad as hell and I'm not going to take Trump any more! Searing political commentary in Segment One, the news of the day and the Worst Persons In The World in Segment Two including the passing of basketball immortal Bill Russell AND the story of the man who spent years impersonating him. Then in "Things I Promised Not To Tell" in the final segment, the whole history of the Countdown franchise and what really happened at MSNBC all those years ago. Welcome and enjoy: we're starting off with a super-sized premiere edition! Good night and good luck!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Are you suffering from trauma and don't know how to eradicate it from your life? Tune into this special episode as Martha Bowers shares how you can eliminate emotional triggers through the power of Bach flowers. She'll also be sharing a powerful resource that will help you to tap into this powerful resource to help heal your life and so much more. About Martha After an unexplained injury to the elbow in 2002, Martha's initial interest in natural health led her to holistic studies. In her studies, she became certified as a Certified Natural Health Practitioner and began specializing in Life Coaching and Holistic Nutrition. Martha is certified in various holistic modalities throughout her learning journey, such as Homeopathy, Aromatherapy, and Herbology. Fascinated by this approach to healing, she started looking at it in-depth in 2011. The flower remedies soon became her many allies through her healing and soul-searching journey. Committed to sharing her passion for healing through self-awareness with the world, Martha shifted her primary business focus to emotional healing in 2020. Martha has a strong desire to help people realize that they can completely change their life trajectory within days, weeks, and months, versus spending a ton of money and being heavily dependent on someone else, which can take years. In her recent endeavor, she created a mobile application to assist with emotional release. The mobile app is called Try Bach Flowers. The app can help you determine the best flower essence for your current circumstances, something you would like to achieve, or perhaps based on an emotional state like being overly fearful, judgmental, or bitter, to name a few. Learn more at trybachflowers.com.
This month we hear from historian Dr. Tanya Kevorkian, Associate Professor of History at Millersville University, about her forthcoming book, Music and Urban Life in Baroque Germany, which documents and explores the rich variety of everyday sounds and music that characterized life in German Baroque cities. This episode is sponsored by the American Bach Society, which supports the study and performance of the music of J.S. Bach in the U.S. and Canada, with membership open to anyone interested.
The Eighth Sunday after Pentecost ORISON: Round me falls the night – melody by A. Drese (1620-1701); verse 1 harm. S.S. Wesley (1824-1899); verse 2 harm. Henry Ley (1887-1962); verse 3 harm. J. S. Bach (1685-1750) PSALM 134 & 4 – Peter R. Hallock (1924-2014) HYMN 617: Eternal Ruler of the ceaseless round (Tune: Song 1) – Orlando Gibbons (1583-1625) NUNC […]
On the third episode of Bach Talk with The Broskis, Frank and Pat recap the third episode of "The Bachelorette". They recap the two 1-on-1 dates, the huge group date, and break down the dramatic rose ceremony. Bach Talk with The Broskis is the spin-off podcast of the beloved Bachelor-themed segment from the Soupin' Ain't Easy podcast.
Synopsis Two or three days after his death on July 28, 1750, the final rites were held in Leipzig, in St. John's Church, for Johann Sebastian Bach, considered by many the greatest composer who ever lived. Bach was buried in the churchyard of St. John's. In 1894, his remains were discovered during excavations and were reburied inside. Although not unappreciated in his lifetime, and not completely forgotten for nearly a century as myth would have it (Mozart and Beethoven both revered him), it's true that Bach's real stature was not fully recognized by the wider public until Felix Mendelssohn's famous revival performance of Bach's “St. Matthew Passion” in Berlin in 1829. And since Mendelssohn's 19th century revival, Bach's Passion settings and cantatas have been staged as operas or ballets in the 20th and 21st. His music has survived arrangements for solo piano, full symphony orchestra, Moog synthesizer, authentic “period” instruments, Japanese koto orchestra, shakuhachi flute, and the various jazz stylings of the Swingle Singers and the late pianist of the Modern Jazz Quartet, John Lewis. However it was adapted or altered by the passing fashion or fads of the day, Bach's music continues to touch whoever plays it or listens to it. Music Played in Today's Program J. S. Bach (1685-1750) – St. Matthew Passion (SW German Madrigal Chorus; Wolfgang Gönnenwein, cond.) EMI Classics 79544 J. S. Bach (1685-1750) (arr. Chris Brubeck) – Variations on Themes by Bach (Joel Brown, guitar; London Symphony; Joel Revzen, cond.) Koch International 7485
durée : 01:58:25 - Le Bach du dimanche du dimanche 31 juillet 2022 - par : Corinne Schneider - Une émission spéciale pour fêter le 70e anniversaire du violoniste et chef d'orchestre allemand Reinhard Goebel, avec la Musica Antiqua Köln, les Berliner Barock Solisten, la Rheinische Kantorei et ses compagnons de route : Wilbert Hazelzet, Hendrik Bouman, Robert Hill, Andreas Staier, Jan Vogler… - réalisé par : Emmanuel Benito
Justin takes the Bach with alum Kristin Hopkins from Matt James' season! They discuss a very bizarre photoshoot date, Gabby's rejections on the group date, and then Rachel's rejections during the actual rose ceremony. Plus, how did the women end up with the same number of men when they had the same amount of roses?!? Note: Since recording the episode, we have discovered that Gabby is of Mexican descent.Follow Kristin on Instagram and Twitter for more! Follow the pod on Instagram to stay in the know on all things Bachelor Nation. Remember to rate, review, and subscribe.
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Jeremiah 26, 11-16: First reading is from a sermon by the prophet Jeremiah in the temple. He's warning them that the temple will be destroyed. So there is this confrontation between Jeremiah and the authorities of Judah. He declares his innocence like Christ and is eventually saved by the intervention of the king. In the Gospel of the day we have the account of the death of John the Baptist (Matt 14, 1-12). Now Herod is in his own party, so he is in his own element. The wine is flowing. He has nobody to guide him. He has already a pretty hedonistic attitude, and this leads to the beheading of John the Baptist. Titian has a spectacular painting of the moment when Salome gives the head of John the Baptist to her mother, Herodias. It dates to around 1515 and I remember seeing it with excitement in the Doria Pamphilj Gallery in Rome. Lord, let me not be afraid of the cross, or what people call the cross. The seal of Opus Dei: the Cross at the heart of the world. It is not like a medal that encircles the cross, or restricts its extent, or where it ought to be. The circle is not just a circle. It is a globe. Music: J.S. Bach, "Jesu, meine Freude", BWV 227. Thumbnail: Titian, "Salome with the head of John the Baptist," 1515, Galleria Doria Pamphilj, Rome. See more meditations on my YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/EricNicolai/videos
Jung felt that God called on him personally to realise and experience God's own dark side. And this was the only way that he could experience relief and grace – God's blessing. The inspiration for writing the book was as if he was composing the work of a Bach or Handel. There are a number of different voices that Jung adopts. He switches between them in a spontaneous intuitive manner in the flow of the text. These include: # The emotional Jung. # The therapist's voice. # The theological perspective. # The mystical voice. # The esoteric voice. # The Jungian psychology perspective. # The voice of archetypal philosophy. # The historical voice. Jung moves between such different voices with little warning. He is using multiple views and perspectives with great speed and the reader can be left confused Perhaps when one knows the different voices then matters are a little more comprehensible.
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Bethany Johnson, Kantor / Director of Parish Music at St. John Lutheran Church in Topeka, Kansas, joins Andy and Sarah during Bach Week for our Set Apart to Serve Series to talk about her role as Kantor, the things she gets to do on a weekly basis througout the church year, her path to becoming a church musician, who was influential in her path to this vocation, and how J.S. Bach has play a role in her formation as a church musician and Kantor. Learn more about the Set Apart to Serve Initiative at lcms.org/setaparttoserve. Christ's church will continue until He returns, and that church will continue to need church workers. Set Apart to Serve (SAS) is an initiative of the LCMS to recruit church workers. Together, we pray for workers for the Kingdom of God and encourage children to consider church work vocations. Here are three easy ways you can participate in SAS: 1. Pray with your children for God to provide church workers. 2. Talk to your children about becoming church workers. 3. Thank God for the people who work in your congregation. To learn more about Set Apart to Serve, visit lcms.org/set-apart-to-serve.
In this episode, we talked to our new friend bennytheghost about fart jokes, Peru retreats, silliness, cubic fame, Bach, music enthusiasts, backpacking, adopted phobias, CEO'ing, camping in Joshua Tree, Fresh Finds gatherings, spelunking, pirate booty, and his recently released EP "29 Palms". Discord: sleepinglionmusic.com/discord
Dr. Maurice Boyer, Professor of Music at Concordia University Chicago and Music Director of the American Kantorei, joins Andy and Sarah during Bach Week to talk about J.S. Bach as composer, including his musical style and how it compared to other composers of his time, who he composed for and who his audience was, how his compositions have been regarded through multiple generations, and a few selections that are beautiful works for us to enjoy. Referenced in today's episode: BWV 7 “Es is das Heil uns kommen her” ("Salvation Unto Us Has Come," Lutheran Service Book 555) — 6th Sunday after Trinity OR 7th after Pentecost) youtu.be/zq1IAR_J0NI BWV 93 “Wer nur den lieben Gott laesst walten” ("If Thou but Trust in God to Guide Thee," Lutheran Service Book 750) — 5th Sunday after Trinity OR 6th after Pentecost youtu.be/in5XDlJnrB8 BWV 137 “Lobe den Herren, den maechtigen Koenig Der Ehren” ("Praise to the Lord, the Almighty," Lutheran Service Book 790) — 12th Sunday after Trinity OR 13th after Pentecost youtu.be/rNAxuzyDLzs
Today marks the death of Johann Sebastian Bach (1865-1750), an ardent student of music and diligent student of theology. Raised in a family of north German musicians, he lost both his parents by age 10. He sang in a boys' choir and played the violin early on, and later moved to the organ where he quickly was recognized for his unique talents. And of course, today he's known for his compositions, where his deep knowledge of theology is so evident. Although music historians may point out the variety of musical influence—northern and southern German, French, and Italian music, Christians have long marveled at the theological richness found in the cantatas Bach wrote for churches in Leipzig. As director of church music, he designed each one to echo the Gospel reading in both language and emotional effect. Over time, it earned him the title of the “Fifth Evangelist.” Like Bach, let's be sure that in all the works of our hands and especially in our creative acts to draw from a deep and growing knowledge of God.
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Welcome to Dev Game Club, where this week we continue our series on Megaman games, turning to Megaman X. We very briefly set it in its time, discuss the new feel that the SNES gets you, as well as other topics. Dev Game Club looks at classic video games and plays through them over several episodes, providing commentary. Sections played: Three bosses Issues covered: the SNES Classic deal with using the reset, setting difficulty on the emulated game, sequels and console generations, "the new standard in entertainment," additional frames and transitional animation lending character in 16bit, depth of music and audio, designing new movement into the level design, iconic silhouettes and the expression of the concept art, heads and heroism, a different Megaman, Brett dives into the lore, hair as a poor robot lifestyle choice, distinct biomes, the ronin robot end of MegaMan 2 and its final battle, the earnestness of a SVP letter, leaning into robots, animal-named robots and Metal Gear, boss order, flying robots that destroy level bits, continuity of the series, cinematic introductions on the SNES, Tim is behind on the lore, being able to distinguish games at the time, modern indie equivalents, upgrading in the level, lack of payoff to gaining the ability/no training, discussing Proust, hearing the music a lot, an unresolved musical cue, another difficulty discussion, constraints and chiptunes, interesting orchestrations. Games, people, and influences mentioned or discussed: SNES Classic, Celeste, Dark Souls, Nintendo Switch, Microsoft, PlayStation, Sega Genesis, God of War, Myst, Sam and Max Hit the Road, DOOM (1993), X-Wing, Link's Awakening, Day of the Tentacle, The 7th Guest, Bill Gates, Sinistar, Super Metroid, Mario (series), Castlevania (series), Halo, Keiji Inafune, Game Boy Advance, Pinocchio, Aisha Tyler, Isaac Asimov, Metal Gear (series), Terminator (series), The Matrix, Nintendo, Dead Cells, Hollow Knight, Peter, Marcel Proust, À la recherche du temps perdu, Ben "from Iowa" Zaugg, The Megas, The Immortals, J. S. Bach, Daft Punk, Gothic Chocobo, Infamous, Resident Evil, Pokemon, Mark Brown/Game Maker's Toolkit, Elden Ring, Kingdom Hearts, Tomb Raider, Destiny, Assassin's Creed, Marty O'Donnell, Kirk Hamilton, Aaron Evers, Mark Garcia. Links: What Capcom Didn't Tell You About Resident Evil 4 What Makes Celeste's Assist Mode Special Game Maker's Toolkit Video Game Accessibility Playlist Notes: Indeed, you can re-enter levels in MegaMan X Next time: Finish with the game Twitch: brettdouville or timlongojr, instagram:timlongojr, Twitter: @timlongojr and @devgameclub DevGameClub@gmail.com
Ten contemporary composers, performers, producers, and DJs break new ground with Summer Tales, a genre-defying program of classical music reworks – the ideal chillout soundtrack to carefree summer days. Invited to reimagine popular classics with summer in mind, David Douglas, Goldmund, Peter Gregson, Laura Masotto, Mathilda, Model Man, Roosevelt, Someone, Sam Thompson, and Xinobi have worked their magic on music by composers from Pachelbel and Bach to Debussy and Ravel. Their inspired and contrasting responses, ranging from laidback soundscapes to more dance-floor-oriented tracks, make up the Summer Tales listening experience.Purchase the music (without talk) at:Summer Tales (classicalsavings.com)Your purchase helps to support our show! Classical Music Discoveries is sponsored by La Musica International Chamber Music Festival and Uber. @CMDHedgecock#ClassicalMusicDiscoveries #KeepClassicalMusicAlive#LaMusicaFestival #CMDGrandOperaCompanyofVenice #CMDParisPhilharmonicinOrléans#CMDGermanOperaCompanyofBerlin#CMDGrandOperaCompanyofBarcelonaSpain#ClassicalMusicLivesOn#Uber Please consider supporting our show, thank you!http://www.classicalsavings.com/donate.html email@example.comThis album is broadcasted with the permission of Crossover Media Music Promotion (Zachary Swanson and Amanda Bloom).
Si & Veronica are NOT staying toxic for episode 224! This week on the Bachelorette was rough for all parties. Rachel at least had a great 1:1 date with Zach, but then got denied thrice during the revamped rose ceremony. Gabby didn't get any of the men at the sausage party she crashed at the mansion to talk to her, Erich was a bit stoney about her mommy issues, and she was told she was rough around the edges. But both ladies now how their teams of devoted men...or do they? Will some try to flip flop in the coming weeks? There might be another Love is Bach crossover couple in the works with Natalie from season 2 and Blake Moynes of multiple Bachelorette seasons. Nate from this season might've had a casual gf snafu where he didn't tell her about his daughter… Tyler Cameron has landed a new hot model to date. (Bachelor talk ends at time marker 51m:00s) Rolling Loud smelled of the Kanye and Kid Cudi beef. Kid Cudi left his set after one too many folks threw water bottles at him and Ye dropped into Lil Durk's set as a surprise. Britney Spears is back in the studio with Elton John to do a duet of “Tiny Dancer”. Lizzo is topping the charts with her viral hit “About Damn Time”. Vee went “Yikes!” to the return of low-rise jeans in general, but especially to the lowest of rises sported by Julia Fox. One wrong move…Join us for what is always a good time and leave us a rating and review for a shoutout! Follow us @thefuturebachelor on Instagram! Thanks to you all who have subscribed! -- For fun, great music updated weekly, follow FUTURE BACHELOR on Spotify! ***SLAPPER OF THE WEEK*** "If I Get Caught" by dvsn -- Follow us on Instagram!
Today I have the unique pleasure of continuing our “Christian Music” series with Peter Hilliard. Peter is a classical and opera composer with a robust background in church music. He says, “When you make art and music, you are exercising your humanity.” We overview several classical pieces from composures like Bach and Brahms, examining how they wrestled with things like faith, meaninglessness, and their own finitude. Peter's Website: https://www.peterhilliard.com/works-page Capra Album - In Transmission: https://open.spotify.com/album/1BFg7IMfMpwygReNq1vLFQ?si=cKunuyI3SEiUpvlMQVHI8Q Bach B Minor Mass: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Johann_Sebastian_Bach_-_Mass_in_B_minor_-_Agnus_Dei.ogg Bach Art of the Fugue: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Kimiko_Ishizaka_-_J.S._Bach,_The_Art_of_Fugue,_BWV_1080_-_16_Canon_Per_Augmentationem_in_Contrario_Motu.ogg Verdi Requiem: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:ICBSA_Verdi_-_Messa_da_requiem_parte_03,_Dies_irae.ogg Brahms Requiem: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Johannes_Brahms_-_Op.45_Ein_Deutsches_Requiem_-_(05)_Ihr_habt_nun_Traurigkeit.ogg Blessed are they that mourn: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Johannes_Brahms_-_Op.45_Ein_Deutsches_Requiem_-_(01)_Selig_sind,_die_da_Leid_tragen.ogg Beethoven 9: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Beethoven_Symphony_No.9_-_IV._Finale.ogg Bach Cello Suite: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:JOHN_MICHEL_CELLO-J_S_BACH_CELLO_SUITE_1_in_G_Allemande.ogg Follow Dan on IG: www.instagram.com/dancoke/ Or Twitter: twitter.com/DanKoch Faith deconstruction resources: www.soyouredeconstructing.com/ Edited by Josh Gilbert (firstname.lastname@example.org -- he is accepting more work!) Join the Patreon for exclusive episodes (and more) every month: patreon.com/dankoch Email about the "sliding scale" for the Patreon: email@example.com YHP Patron-only FB group: tinyurl.com/ycvbbf98 Website: www.dankochwords.com/yhp.html Join Dan's email list: www.dankochwords.com/ Artwork by sprungle.co/
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