Blacks who don't adopt the doctrines of victimhood or critical social justice erode the narrative promoted by woke activists, Erec Smith, a professor of rhetoric at York College of Pennsylvania and co-founder of Free Black Thought, says. “The illogic that is inherent in a lot of anti-racist activism ... is absurd," Smith says.Smith doesn't like how The New York Times' 1619 Project, authored by Nikole Hannah-Jones, only has furthered division within the nation.As a professor of rhetoric, Smith, who is black and the author of “A Critique of Anti-Racism in Rhetoric and Composition: the Semblance of Empowerment,” says he is concerned that anti-racist dogma contains “no sincere attempt to persuade” but is instead “an attempt to intimidate." Smith joins “The Daily Signal Podcast” from the Parents Unite conference in Boston on Oct. 1 to discuss why blacks who oppose critical race theory are being “erased.” Smith also explains what he would talk about discuss Ibram X Kendi, author of “How to Be an Antiracist,” if he were given the opportunity. We also cover these stories:Democrats move to slash their $3.5 trillion social spending bill to $2 trillion. Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas announces that Immigration and Customs Enforcement, also known as ICE, no longer will conduct worksite raids.Eleven state-level school board groups put distance between themselves and a National School Boards Association letter to President Joe Biden asking for federal authorities to investigate parents. Enjoy the show! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Are you ready to be scared? Then look no further, because Track Swap has got you covered! Rob Rawdon returns to the show to kick off the Halloween season. He has brought a truly terrifying score with him and Lasse tries his best to compete. Take a listen… if you dare!
After some delays, Erik Woods from The Cinematic Sound Radio Podcast finally joins Lasse as a guest on Track Swap. Brace yourselves, since this music will probably make you cry. One movie is about a terribly tragic true story, the other is a coming-of-age adventure about friendship. Big thanks to these talented composers, who delivered […]
This week, we take a look at Tesla-competitor Rivian, and the company's unconventional efforts to take the top spot as an EV automaker. First, Rivian's new R1T makes a direct appeal to the adventure-seekers in the world, even showcasing its rugged nature through a trip from South America to California - all captured on an Apple TV special. But taking an Electric Vehicle off the beaten path comes with its own challenges and hurdles. How is the company keeping people charged up before they head out on their offroad journeys?Plus, Rivian invites tech journalists, but bans auto journalists from getting a first look at the new pickup. There is a lot to enjoy when it comes to built-in tech features, so it is perhaps understandable that the company would want to show those off first. But does that contradict the core audience the R1T is going for? And does it show a possible effort by Rivian to cover up for inadequacies in the truck's design? We discuss.Plus, TikTok trending songs are ruling the charts. And while that is a cool showcase of the power the platform has on pop culture... the songs all sound pretty similar. And many are built around a hook-line that can be repeated to infinity for the sake of a video. Furthermore, the shift in the industry is changing the way artists and producers compose songs. What does this mean for the future of pop music? Is this the beginning of the end for complex music? Or is it just another phase no different than the the romanticized era of music from our past?It's all up for discussion. Let's get into it!Follow us:FacebookInstagramYouTubeOfficial WebsiteEmail us: TheCatchupCast@Gmail.comSupport the show (https://www.nosignalrocks.com/the-catchup-podcast/)
Jernej Bervar is an award-winning musician, guitar player, composer, arranger, and producer, living in New York City and a native of Slovenia. Jernej discovered his passion for music at early age of 4. Coming from a classical background, he soon developed interest in jazz. In 2012, Jernej was awarded the scholarship to attend Berklee College of Music and has moved to Boston to study jazz guitar. Jernej won several notable awards, including John Laporta Jazz Award and Performance Division Award. In 2014, he won first prize at the international Wilson Center Guitar competition in Milwaukee, USA. Jernej is performing at concerts nationally and internationally in Europe, USA, Africa, and Asia, including festivals such as the prestigious Montreux Jazz festival. He has been featured on numerous albums, released in Europe, USA, Japan, and China, and has worked with leading artists such as Divinity Roxx, Victor Wooten, Nona Hendryx, Ali Caldwell, Cory Henry, and Sharay Reed, among others. Jernej and I speak together about his journey as an artist and his future goals. Tune in today on the next episode of Dreams Not Memes. Socials https://www.youtube.com/user/jernejbguitar https://jernejbervar.com/
What happens when guest Cole McLeod brings the score of a Spaghetti Western and host Lasse Vogt chooses the music of an Oddball-Fantasy-Action-Horror Comedy? Easy: Fun happens! Join us and listen to Track Swap: Episode 6!
The Vermont Symphony Orchestra is asking students to write a new composition using a five-measure theme from a concerto. The original compositions can be in any musical genre, from classical to folk to hip-hop.
durée : 00:58:45 - Les Cours du Collège de France - par : Merryl Moneghetti - Comment Alexandre Yersin & Kitasato Shibasaburo identifient-ils le bacille de la peste? Avant la découverte de Paul Louis Simond sur la puce du rat comme vecteur de zoonose, de quelle façon le Dr Adrien Proust a-t-il flairé le rat au temps de la révolution pasteurienne? demande Patrick Boucheron. - réalisation : Laure-Hélène Planchet - invités : Patrick Boucheron Historien, professeur au Collège de France, titulaire de la Chaire d'histoire des pouvoirs en Europe occidentale (XIIIe-XVIe siècle)
Rob Rawdon is Lasse’s guest on Track Swap this time. Beware, because this is an episode with quite emotional music. Today’s movies are about a dying vampire and the dark adventures of puppets. Ready to be moved? Then join us and listen. Rob’s Links: https://www.facebook.com/rob.rawdon.9
After a much deserved rest, GET It cohosts Ryan Thompson, Kimiya Factory and Roy Aguillon are back in the podcasting groove! They introduce their newest cohost, Kevin Prince (aka "Mr. Composition") and share important news and informed opinions about "fast fashion" and the new Texas laws about abortion, permitless carry, voter suppression and more. Finally, the crew divulges some big news about an exciting podcast transition! Sponsors: Judge Rosie Gonzalez, Black Freedom Factory, and Tia Judy's Blooms.
Murray Hidary is a multi-disciplinary, creative visionary and tech pioneer who started his first company at 22 years old, after studying Music and Composition at NYU. Murray's success as an early Internet entrepreneur, starting in 1994, sprung from his innate sense that creating networks and platforms for connection amongst people could both elevate productivity and consciousness. Murray has studied theoretical physics extensively; trained in the study of Aikido and the Shakuhachi (the Japanese bamboo flute) and its ancient music tradition of the Zen monks with some of the greatest teachers. Murray is currently touring MindTravel, composing new work, hiking and meditating in beautiful places. Listen & Subscribe on: iTunes / Stitcher / Podbean / Overcast / Spotify Contact Info Website: www.Mindtravel.com Music: https://www.mindtravel.com/music Most Influential Person My father Effect on Emotions Using mindfulness to handle my emotions has been a key skill to learn and to fine-tune and to grow and build that muscle. In all areas, whether in business, or getting a coffee at the local Starbucks when they get your name wrong and make you wait twenty minutes or whatever it is, these are all opportunities for our emotions and our thoughts to get the better of us. Mindfulness allows me to have a non-personal approach in all these situations which allows for much less stress and much more calm and peace. Thoughts on Breathing I learned to breathe by playing the Japanese flute. What I didn't know was that there's a profound ability to improve your piano playing through proper breathing. You wouldn't think so because you're not generating the sound with your breath like a wind instrument, but it turns out, if you breathe properly, it comes through the music. Suggested Resources Book: Siddhartha by Herman Hesse App: Insight Timer Bullying Story I grew up in a neighborhood of Brooklyn that was a little rough and I did get bullied by locals. They stole my bike one time but no physical harm was done. As a kid, mindfulness is a great tool because ultimately it's about how we interpret those moments. Mindfulness is a powerful tool that allows a child who has the skill, to frame the experience in a way that they understand that it's not about them. For the one doing the bullying, we know that bullying is done as a result of a deep insecurity. Related Episodes 225 A Place Called Earth Founder, Cameron Brown 237 Be Present Explains ‘Cindy Uncorked' Host Cindy Ashton 304 Learn How To Ignite Your Fire Within With Lisa Winston Our Sponsor Do you have sleepless nights? Get the ‘Sleep Naturally' Guided Meditation by Bruce Langford. Deep, easy sleep is yours to enjoy. Drift off to sleep with a calm, gentle voice. Rest comfortably, with little effort. Get this free, guided meditation today. Click here: www.MindfulnessMode.com/Sleep Special Offer Are you feeling anxiety and stress? Do you just want to be content, happy, and focused? I'm Bruce Langford, a practicing hypnotist, and I love to help people just like you! Feel good about your life and accomplishments. Regain confidence. Book a Free Zoom consultation to get you on the road to contentment. Email me: firstname.lastname@example.org with ‘Hidary' in the subject line.
Interview with Viktoriya L. Nikolova, MRes, and Allan H. Young, MD, PhD, authors of Perturbations in Gut Microbiota Composition in Psychiatric Disorders—A Review and Meta-analysis. Dr Young declares conflicts of interest related to the article discussed in this podcast. Visit the article on https://jamapsychiatry.com/ for the complete disclosure.
Interview with Viktoriya L. Nikolova, MRes, and Allan H. Young, MD, PhD, authors of Perturbations in Gut Microbiota Composition in Psychiatric Disorders—A Review and Meta-analysis. Dr Young declares conflicts of interest related to the article discussed in this podcast. Visit the article on https://jamapsychiatry.com/ for the complete disclosure.
Jamie from Radio Free Endor and GhostheadsUK joins Lasse on the fifth episode of Track Swap. Today, things get mysterious and even a little spooky, as they talk about fairies and ghosts, which are also featured in the scores they picked! Sit back and listen . . . if you dare! Jamie’s Links:
Episode 104-Middle C Ft. Composition C On This Episode Of The Podcast Composition C Stops By And We Talk About His New Project Lonely In LA, The L Verse & More. We Had Great Time On This One And Thank You to Composition C For Doing His Thing. All Thoughts & Views Expressed Are To Each Their Own.
This week on Introductions, we profile eight young composers, all of whom participated in Chicago Youth Symphony Orchestras‘ 2021 Composition Seminar. Under the tutelage of composers Eric Malmquist and Ben Hjertmann, participants had the chance to write for string quartet, and have their music recorded by ATLYS. This episode was produced by WFMT's Andrew Patner Fellow Adela Skowronski. Playlist Emily Bear: ... The post CYSO Composition Seminar appeared first on WFMT.
Timothy Seals is an electronic composer from Perth, Australia. In 2015 he released his first cover album for Jeehun Hwang's award winning MechWarrior 2 Video Game Soundtrack, A New Dawn. Earlier this year, he released an updated and expanded cover including tracks from both MechWarrior 2 and MechWarrior 2 Mercenaries, A New Dawn (Bred for War Edition). Frequent guest Daniel Bruins, creator of MechWarrior Bulldogs and an aspiring composer himself joins me as co-host to talk with Timothy about these projects and more in this episode of the Renegade HPG podcast. https://timothy-seals.bandcamp.com/
This time, Josh from Film Score And More is Lasse’s guest on Track Swap. Both of their tracks have a lot in common: huge orchestrations, a ton of fun… and flying! Wanna figure out which scores they belong to? Then join the two and listen! Josh’s Links: https://www.youtube.com/c/FilmScoreandMore https://www.reddit.com/user/FilmScoreMoreYT https://twitter.com/FilmScoreMoreYT
Composition is a term we commonly use in photos, paintings, but it is something we can apply with level design by using spatial composition. In this episode, I talk about what is a spatial composition and how we can apply it to our levels to help guide the players. Please Support: http://bit.ly/33xpKbG ---------------------------------------------------------- Level Design Store ---------------------------------------------------------- Gumroad - https://bit.ly/39BakJD Physical Books - https://bit.ly/3mfOsbS ---------------------------------------------------------- Contact Me ---------------------------------------------------------- Twitter: https://twitter.com/MaxPears Website: https://www.maxpears.com/ Email: email@example.com ---------------------------------------------------------
In Episode 566, Rob Walling chats with Hana Mohan about her journey as a SaaS founder. They compare and contrast bootstrapping and being venture-backed, hiring a chief of staff early on as a startup founder, and more. The topics we cover [2:17] Intro [3:36] Deciding not to bootstrap MagicBell [6:34] The team Composition at MagicBell […]
#023: Today, I sit down with Colorado-based nature photographer, Jennifer Renwick (jenniferrenwick.com), to chat about how to know when it's time to take the leap and do nature photography full-time, finding abstract compositions in nature, expressive photography and storytelling, what the Slow Photography Movement is, the value of having photography projects, and a whole lot more. Please enjoy!* Learn more about our Compose With Clarity Live Virtual Workshop and get 15% off registration at composewithclarity.com* Episode 23 Show Notes: outdoorphotographyschool.com/episode23* Enjoying the podcast? Please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts (outdoorphotographyschool.com/apple-podcasts). It only takes a minute, and ratings and reviews are extremely helpful in getting the word out about the show, convincing hard-to-get guests, and are greatly appreciated by me! Thank you!* Do you have a question you'd like me to answer on the podcast? Just click this link to record your question: speakpipe.com/OutdoorPhotographyPodcast* Confused about where to focus in landscape photography? Download your FREE Hyperfocal Distance Made Easy Ebook! (outdoorphotographyschool.com/hyperfocaldistance/)Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/brendapetrella)
Apple Podcasts Rate and Review for SpotOn John Wales is the General Manager of CoverWallet for Agents, a product offered by CoverWallet. CoverWallet is the easiest way for a business to manage, buy, and understand commercial insurance. John has over 20 years of experience in the financial and insurance industry, with milestones including starting and growing companies to multi-million dollar valuations. John is also a music enthusiast, having voluntary experience as a music arranger for the Los Angeles Youth Arts. John joins us to discuss what CoverWallet offers small and medium-sized businesses and how agents can benefit from CoverWallet for Agents. He discusses his passion for music, his DMA in Composition, and his experience in the music industry. He explains the potential losses a company can incur if a cybersecurity breach compromises its data. He discusses how commercial insurance writing is complex and how CoverWallet can make the process easier. John also shares his thoughts on the pandemic and what he believes we need to do as a country to get back on our feet as soon as possible. "Writing commercial insurance and tailoring it to that specific small business is an intense process." - John Wales Today on Spot On Insurance: John's music education and how he compares an orchestra to business management Why John's first insurance agency was not successful How John found his passion for commercial insurance How listening can benefit insurance agents more How CoverWallet is reinventing commercial insurance for small and medium-sized businesses John's thoughts on cybersecurity insurance and security breaches How much it would cost a company to be attacked by hackers Why agents should look up CoverWallet for Agents when fulfilling cyber liability coverage Why commercial insurance writing is complex The benefits of CoverWallet's cyber liability product How COVID-19 affected their company's goals and priorities What John believes we can do to help each other during these chaotic times When John's podcast will launch and what it will be about Key Takeaways: 43% of all cyber breaches happened to one or two owner companies. Almost 50% of the losses are happening to small companies who can't afford the loss. For small businesses, cybersecurity is one of the biggest challenges. Connect with John Wales: CoverWallet The Insurance Huddle Facebook Group LinkedIn Email: firstname.lastname@example.org This episode was brought to you by….. Insurance Licensing Services of America (ILSA), America's Premier Insurance Compliance and Licensing experts. To learn more about ILSA and their services, visit ILSAinc.com. Connect, Learn, Share Thank you for joining us on this week's episode of Spot On Insurance. For more resources and episodes, visit SpotOnInsurance.com. Subscribe so you never miss an episode. Love what you're learning, Spot Light your review on Apple Podcasts Rate and Review For SpotOn and share your favorite episodes with friends and colleagues!
BOOM! Another astounding and outstanding coaching session with one of my students. I had to put this one together for you guys because it was good in all areas how we broke down the difficult questions. And again, like always, the Summary Questions got us again. Nonetheless, I hope you guys like this one, and if you would like to do it along with us, be sure to tune into my membership link down below and watch the video!TOEFL iTP Bundle (Reading, Structure, Written Expression): https://arsenioseslpodcast.podia.com/toefl-itp-product-bundleTry my memberships FOR FREE: https://arsenioseslpodcast.podia.com/toefl-ibt/buyPodia TOEFL Memberships: https://arsenioseslpodcast.podia.com/toefl-ibtPodia TOEFL iTP Course (Reading presale): https://arsenioseslpodcast.podia.com/toefl-itp-reading/buyPodia TOEFL iTP Course (Structure): https://arsenioseslpodcast.podia.com/toefl-itp-structure/buyPodia TOEFL iTP Course (Written Expression): https://arsenioseslpodcast.podia.com/toefl-itp-written-expressionInstagram ESL Podcast: https://www.instagram.com/arsenioseslpodcast/Podcast on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/7hdzplWx6xB8mhwDJYiP6fFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/Arseniobuck/?ref=bookmarksYoutube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIzp4EdbJVMhhSnq_0u4ntAWebsite: https://thearseniobuckshow.com/Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/arsenio-buck-9692a6119/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thearseniobuckshow/?hl=enBuzz sprout: https://www.buzzsprout.com/165390
Ian Darragh joins me to review a study by Hall et al. (2021) titled "Prediction of muscle fiber composition using multiple repetition testing" We discuss this paper to find out whether or not one can predict their muscle fiber composition using multiple repetition testing in the back squat. Alternatively you can watch this episode on Youtube - Link to the study -https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC8139349/ Karp (2001) paper on muscle fiber typres and training - https://journals.lww.com/nsca-scj/citation/2001/10000/muscle_fiber_types_and_training.4.aspx Follow Ian on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/beanswole/?hl=en Follow No Lift on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/noliftpodcast/?hl=en
Muscles are a key component in cycling. Without them we'd get nowhere. You may have heard of fast twitch and slow twitch muscle fiber but that's just the surface of what really going on inside the body. Today, on faster we talk with Mike Schultz from Highland Training about muscle energy systems, muscle composition, how to train specific muscle fibers, and common muscle issues. Listen to this episode to understand how your muscle work and how to train them so that you can become faster. Watt Points: 30 Watts
Austin Shinn joins host Lasse Vogt for the second episode of Track Swap! This time, the subject matter is scores for comic book movies, one from America and one from France. What do they have in common besides great music? Superpowers… Austin’s Links: https://aflickeringlife.wordpress.com/
ABOUT THE SPEAKER: Rabbi Norman Solomon was born in Cardiff, South Wales, on 31 May 1933. This coincided with the Jewish festival of Shavuot and with the running of the Derby, won by Tommy Weston on Lord Derby's Hyperion. The first of these events was by far the more influential on my development, for the festival celebrates not only the First-Fruits but the proclamation of the Ten Commandments at Mount Sinai. Cardiff, capital city of Wales, was still a major port, and came under attack from the air in World War II. It was a great place to grow up, enlightened, tolerant, with a vigorous musical life in which I was able to take part. There was a small but active Jewish community, inclined to Zionism (they were fond of pointing out that Israel was comparable in size and population to Wales); they were not on the whole very religious, but I came under the influence of some families of refugee German Orthodox Jews. From Cardiff High School I entered St John's College, Cambridge in 1951 with no break; though National Service was still obligatory HM King George had declined my offer to serve in his Air Force, accusing me of being flat-footed. I read Moral Sciences for Tripos Part I and Music for Part 2, gained a teaching diploma at Bristol University, collected an ARCM in Composition, a B.Mus. degree from London, and in 1961 a Rabbinical Diploma from Jews' College, London. In the summer vacation of 1953 I spent some weeks at Gateshead Yeshiva. In 1955 I married Devora (Doris) Strauss, with whom I enjoyed 43 happy years of marriage until her death in 1998. From her I have four children and four grandchildren. In 2000 I married Hilary Nissenbaum. DONATE: www.bit.ly/1NmpbsP For podcasts of VBM lectures, GO HERE: www.valleybeitmidrash.org/learning-library/ www.facebook.com/valleybeitmi... Become a member today, starting at just $18 per month! Click the link to see our membership options: www.valleybeitmidrash.org/become-a-member/
This week Woody speaks with Tom from hardART. Tom says, "I want to make art, damn sexy art. Landscapes, cityscapes and the female form are my base interests artistically, all the better melded into one image with cohesive composition. In my work, I hope you find true art that brightens your soul.” https://www.kinkycast.com/archive/2021-archive/396---tom-from-hardart-on.html
In this episode of The Beauty of Horror, Chandler talks with Rhetoric and Composition researcher/scholar and horror writer Dr. Emma Kostopolus about the visceral beauty of Dario Argento's seminal Suspiria (1977). The two discuss aggressive colors, crushed blue velvet walls, video games, the “aesthetic sandwich”, and, of course, aesthetics! Want to connect more with the podcast and its guests? Check out the info below! Twitter: Chandler - @_Shockaholic Beauty of Horror - @BeautyHorrorPod Emma - @kostopolus Links: Beauty of Horror BoH Webpage BoH Ko-Fi Email Emma Nerd Salad Blog Unwinnable Monthly Ghouls Magazine We Are Horror Additional notes Dr. Chelsea Davis. “Your Inside(s) Aren't Safe: Killer Color in the Domestic Gothic”. Tor Nightfire John Donne - “The Flea” (poem) SOMA (Game by Frictional Games) SPOILERS FOR THE GAME: 1:25:00 - 1:27:00
Marla Leigh Goldstein is one of the few female professional frame drummers in the world today. She is a Grammy-nominated percussionist and flautist, and an internationally-recognized educator, performer and composer. As a classically trained-musician, Marla began playing at the age of three and never stopped. With a BFA and MFA in Percussion from California Institute of Arts, she studied under the great percussion masters Glen Velez, John Bergamo, Pandit Swapan Chaudhuri, Randy Gloss and Layne Redmond. Marla is passionate about exploring rhythm from different cultures around the world. She loves bringing people together and sharing through the universal language of rhythm. Marla is CEO of Frame Drum Academy. She also created her own line of signature frame drums with the Cooperman Company. Marla also serves as an artist and advisor for the #hitlikeagirl Drum Summit. She released her own long-awaited debut album and music video in May 2020. Rhythms of Tof Miriam was recorded in Israel and brings together many exceptional artists, including acclaimed Israeli oudist Yair Dalal. Rhythms of Tof Miriam: Official Music Video https://youtu.be/Cf6KM7UY8Zw Marla has shared the stage with artists such as Grammy Winner Percussionist, Glen Velez, John Bergamo, Pandit Swapan Chaudhuri, Trichy Sankaran, Poovalar Srinivasaan, Alfred Ladzekpo Nyomen Wenten, Craig Taubman, Josh Nelson, Hand's Onsemble, Jai Uttal, Donna Delory, Joey Lugassy, Saul David Raye, and Suzanne Sterling. Marla received a Bachelor and Master Degrees in Flute, Percussion and Composition from California Institute of the Arts, and has also studied at Ali Akbar College in San Rafael and at the Bhavan Center in London, England. https://framedrumacademy.marlaleigh.com/ Natalie Brown: http://www.soundshealstudio.com http://www.facebook.com/soundshealstudio http://www.youtube.com/soundshealstudio http://www.instagram.com/nataliebrownsoundsheal Music by Natalie Brown, Hope & Heart http://www.youtu.be/hZPx6zJX6yA This episode is sponsored by The OM Shoppe & Spa. The OM Shoppe & Spa offers a vast array of Sound Healing and Vibrational Medicine tools for serious professionals and for those ready to make sound and vibration part of their ongoing lifestyle. More and more we are coming to understand that our individual wellness is a direct reflection of our personal vibration. How we care for ourselves, our physical bodies, our minds and our spirits. The OM Shoppe is ready to help you today in a variety of ways. They offer the countries largest showroom of Quartz Crystal Singing bowls, sound healing instruments and vibrational medicine tools. If you are ready to uplevel your sound healing practice The OM Shoppe is a great place to get guidance and direction. They are available to consult with you directly by phone or you can shop online. They really enjoy getting to know their clients and customers one on one to better help recommend the right sound healing tools in the right tones for you. Call them today or visit them at http://www.theomshoppe.com. If you are ever near Sarasota, Florida, do consider stopping in and visiting with them or enjoy a luxury spa treatment such as sound healing, energy work, massage, vibroacoustics or hypnotherapy. They truly offer a full holistic experience for practitioners and those seeking healing through natural means.
When I started being a reporter, one of my editors took me aside and gave me some candy and two books. One was the AP Style Guide, which is the manual for all the punctuation rules our newspaper followed. The other was a book by E.B. White and William Strunk Jr., called The Elements of Style. My editor had met E.B. White who had a farm on the same peninsula that he did. “This,” he told me, “is all you need to know.” In that small book was a section called “The Elementary Principles of Composition,” and I'm not sure if it was all I needed to know as a writer, but I am positive that it was a pretty big deal. So we thought we'd share three of those principles during this podcast. The first one is: “Make the paragraph the unit of composition: one paragraph to each topic.” Writers blow this off all the time, but we shouldn't. We especially blow it off with dialogue and that's a big no-no. Why is it a no-no? Our brains are wired to think of paragraphs as a single idea or an action or a bit of dialogue. You don't want to clump it all together because it gets confusing. Sally smiled. “I love her,” Jane said. They each took a bite of calzone and gazed upon the manatee. Sally said, “Dogs are fun.” You've got no idea what's going on here really. Sally smiled.“I love her,” Jane said.They each took a bite of calzone and gazed upon the manatee.Sally said, “Dogs are fun.” Now you do. Each new speaker always gets a new paragraph for dialogue. Here's another principle. “As a rule, begin each paragraph with a topic sentence; end it in conformity with the beginning.” They go a bit on and on about this actually. And our third one for today is once again back to the passive voice. “Use the active voice. The active voice is usually more direct and vigorous than the passive:” They then give these examples. S and W“I shall always remember my first visit to Boston.”This is much better than“My first visit to Boston will always be remembered by me.The latter sentence is less direct, less bold, and less concise. If the writer tries to make it more concise by omitting “by me,”“My first visit to Boston will always be remembered,”it becomes indefinite: is it the writer, or some person undisclosed, or the world at large, that will always remember this visit?” We talk about passive and active voice a lot in another podcast episode. And we'll be sharing more of these tips in our three week series, Strunk and Whiting It. No, that's not really the name. We have no name for it. WRITING TIP OF THE POD Allow yourself to take advice from the masters. DOG TIP FOR LIFE. Don't be a schmuck. RESOURCES AND ARTICLES MENTIONED https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/weird-news/sexually-frustrated-sea-snakes-mistaking-24811140 https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/weird-news/man-claims-hotel-needs-ghost-24809705 SHOUT OUT! The music we've clipped and shortened in this podcast is awesome and is made available through the Creative Commons License. Here's a link to that and the artist's website. Who is this artist and what is this song? It's “Summer Spliff” by Broke For Free. And we have a new podcast, LOVING THE STRANGE, which we stream live on Carrie's Facebook and Twitter and LinkedIn on Fridays. Her Facebook and Twitter handles are all carriejonesbooks or carriejonesbook. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/carriejonesbooks/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/carriejonesbooks/support
When I started being a reporter, one of my editors took me aside and gave me some candy and two books. One was the AP Style Guide, which is the manual for all the punctuation rules our newspaper followed. The other was a book by E.B. White and William Strunk Jr., called The Elements of Style. My editor had met E.B. White who had a farm on the same peninsula that he did. “This,” he told me, “is all you need to know.” In that small book was a section called “The Elementary Principles of Composition,” and I'm not sure if it was all I needed to know as a writer, but I am positive that it was a pretty big deal. So we thought we'd share three of those principles during this podcast. The first one is: “Make the paragraph the unit of composition: one paragraph to each topic.” Writers blow this off all the time, but we shouldn't. We especially blow it off with dialogue and that's a big no-no. Why is it a no-no? Our brains are wired to think of paragraphs as a single idea or an action or a bit of dialogue. You don't want to clump it all together because it gets confusing. Sally smiled. “I love her,” Jane said. They each took a bite of calzone and gazed upon the manatee. Sally said, “Dogs are fun.” You've got no idea what's going on here really. Sally smiled.“I love her,” Jane said.They each took a bite of calzone and gazed upon the manatee.Sally said, “Dogs are fun.” Now you do. Each new speaker always gets a new paragraph for dialogue. Here's another principle. “As a rule, begin each paragraph with a topic sentence; end it in conformity with the beginning.” They go a bit on and on about this actually. And our third one for today is once again back to the passive voice. “Use the active voice. The active voice is usually more direct and vigorous than the passive:” They then give these examples. “I shall always remember my first visit to Boston."This is much better than“My first visit to Boston will always be remembered by me.The latter sentence is less direct, less bold, and less concise. If the writer tries to make it more concise by omitting "by me,"“My first visit to Boston will always be remembered,"it becomes indefinite: is it the writer, or some person undisclosed, or the world at large, that will always remember this visit?”S and W We talk about passive and active voice a lot in another podcast episode. And we'll be sharing more of these tips in our three week series, Strunk and Whiting It. No, that's not really the name. We have no name for it. WRITING TIP OF THE POD Allow yourself to take advice from the masters. DOG TIP FOR LIFE. Don't be a schmuck. RESOURCES AND ARTICLES MENTIONED https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/weird-news/sexually-frustrated-sea-snakes-mistaking-24811140 https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/weird-news/man-claims-hotel-needs-ghost-24809705 SHOUT OUT! The music we've clipped and shortened in this podcast is awesome and is made available through the Creative Commons License. Here's a link to that and the artist's website. Who is this artist and what is this song? It's “Summer Spliff” by Broke For Free. And we have a new podcast, LOVING THE STRANGE, which we stream live on Carrie's Facebook and Twitter and LinkedIn on Fridays. Her Facebook and Twitter handles are all carriejonesbooks or carriejonesbook. Here's the link.
In episode 32 I discuss my latest approach to composing and overcoming writer's block. Topics also include some recent horror movies I've seen and how Grateful Dead music belongs on the classical guitar. The show caps off with 2 great pieces by Jared S. Coffin.
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#2807: Aug. 21, 2021: Felt in the whole composition the breath of waning autumn (this title from The Book of Tea by Tenshin Okakura) Today's pure primal piano music here. Happy if this music makes you feel peaceful.. : ) Looking for absolute natural beauty every day for Piano Ten Thousand Leaves. Target number is 4536 and 2807(61.9%) achieved. Find my project.. : ) This piece may might have good 1/f fluctuation characteristic although I stopped investigating it each piece. spotify 349 pieces 14 hours playlist (wow more than 3000 likes) https://open.spotify.com/playlist/0zy2Xupajd9G6W8dJbTHGi?si=ea1625400fbb4b9f chairhouse-strings music video: "Thyristal for stringed instruments" https://youtu.be/o2YjaTMk3c0 ######## Kyoto Video Series with chair house's music ######## Kyoto, Arashiyama Bamboo Forest Stroll https://youtu.be/1Rf_O8ItHyg Kyoto, Randen-Tram to Arashiyama front-view video https://youtu.be/D9BVQn-6ghk Kyoto, OkuSaga Gioji summer visit.. https://youtu.be/U2YKJJ7rbZc chair house: Video introducing the refreshing effect of chair house music (sorry in Japanese only) https://youtu.be/sScwbjV5rWE https://youtu.be/zD3Br0Jsn2k Playlist for chair house's piano music life in your Music service: https://www.chairhouse.club/playlist-index https://www.chairhouse.club/%E8%A4%87%E8%A3%BD-neo-japanese ######## NEW 19th SELECTION ALBUM JUST RELEASED ######## Promotion Video of 19th SELECTION ALBUM and FULL MOVIE(20 pieces in 2 minutes) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pkij3romWOk NEW YOUTUBE FULL MOVIE OF 19th SELECTION ALBUM (20 pieces in 1 hour with piano score) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7V3n_6hgHp4 Full Piano Score: "April Venus", 19th Selection Album of Piano Ten Thousand Leaves https://ff48510b-4957-470e-9d8b-243cccf9c223.filesusr.com/ugd/324d6e_99911409a28b4f11b427e66b105457b4.pdf spotify https://open.spotify.com/album/0ot7dmuNyf2fvqseqnuGuq applemusic https://music.apple.com/jp/album/1567219631?mt=1&app=music&at=10l7qr LineMusic https://music.line.me/webapp/album/mb00000000021f4c28 amazonmusic https://www.amazon.co.jp/gp/product/B094RHK4T7/ref=as_li_tf_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=247&creative=1211&creativeASIN=B094RHK4T7&linkCode=as2&tag=tcjaz-22 AWA https://s.awa.fm/album/2c576a3016555541be25 全ての音楽配信サービスです https://linkco.re/rnxcfn7h?lang=ja ######## NEW 19th SELECTION ALBUM JUST RELEASED ########
Bobby Wooten III is a Grammy & Emmy-nominated, Tony Award-winning composer/producer/instrumentalist raised in Chicago, IL. He credits his family's gospel Wooten Choral Ensemble as his main influence & inspiration. Bobby has performed and/or recorded with David Byrne, Jennifer Lopez, Mac Miller, Jennifer Hudson, Rick Ross, among others. Composition and Production credits include Empire TV series, Google, Adidas, Lebron James, Machine Gun Kelly, Jake Troth, ESPN, among others. Broadway credits include, Moulin Rouge! & David Byrne's American Utopia. Bobby is an instructor at NYU's Clive Davis Institute In 2020, Bobby launched the internet series "America, Learn Your History". In 2 minute episodes, he retells history as seen through a minorites lens. Revisiting stories that have been misunderstood, misled, or lied upon in American education. @americalearnyourhistory @bobbywooten3
Welcome to Episode 1 of our brand new show, Track Swap! In this series, your host Lasse Vogt will be joined by a new co-host each and every episode. The premise is simple: Each host shares a maximum of two tracks with the other host, and both talk about them at length. In this pilot […]
In November 1918 Amy Beach (aka Mrs. H. H. A. Beach) wrote an article for Etude magazine titled "To the Girl Who Wants to Compose." In this episode, we dissect the article and talk about technical skills and how that relates to art, education, taking your art seriously, different types of music classification that Beach outlines, and her best advice on how to compose. This is a great episode that relates to way more than just music composition, and especially if you're searching for inspiration!Read the Article by Amy BeachWant to check out some of our favorite books? Check out our booklist Follow Us on Instagram @morethanamuse.podcast
SCP-012 was retrieved by Archaeologist K.M. Sandoval during the excavation of a northern Italian tomb destroyed in a recent storm. The object, a piece of handwritten musical score entitled "On Mount Golgotha", part of a larger set of sheet music, appears to be incomplete. The red/black ink, first thought to be some form of berry or natural dye ink, was later found to be human blood from multiple subjects. Subscribe for more SCP Foundation Files. Now on YouTube! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHvwHFhZlVsf-0YWULKVxAg Secure, Contain, Protect - SCP Foundation http://scp-wiki.wikidot.com Robotsradio.net Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Sunflower is one of the main oilseed crops, ranking fourth in global oil production after palm, soybean, and rapeseed. Nutritional properties and industrial use of sunflower oil depend heavily on the fatty acid composition. With so many uses, developing novel varieties with the desired oil composition is a big part of the oilseed crop breeding puzzle.
Multitalented and generous come to mind when I think of Sharon Thormahlen. Sharon is a sought after multi-instrumentalist, composer, teacher, arranger, and is part of the duo that heads up Thormahlen Harps. Many folks in the harp world may recognize the Thormahlen name for their outstanding line of harps, ukuleles, guitars and more made in the pacific northwest of the United States. Maeve Gilchrist, Rhett Barnwell and Sarah Deere-Jones are just a few of the amazing artists who love their Thormahlen harps. I met Sharon and Dave Thormahlen at The Somerset Folk Harp Festival. As in 2020, the festival also took place online again this year this. This year Kathy DeAngelo, the festival's director, created an online experience that allowed festival goers to meet up with friends online. There was also a “virtual vendor hall” that allowed the vendors to chat with festival goers and take us around their workshops. Here's a video from The Thormahlen vendor booth where Dave and Sharon discuss their harps and Sharon's sheet music that are for sale on their website. Sharon started out playing folk music on the guitar. Later when her band needed a bass player she took up the upright bass that she played in the band, The Swing Beans, with her husband Dave. Sharon and I discuss how the harp came into her life and how she has used it in music therapy. Sharon also gets to be the first person to play every newly built Thormahlen harp. She strings every harp that Dave makes, helping the newly built harps find their voices. Sharon's compositions for the harp are available on the Thormahlen website. In the interview you can hear Sharon's performance of her composition, “Alpenglow” from her songbook, “Moon Over the Mountain”. Sharon's newest book, Melodías del Arpa, which are arrangements of Latin American Music for Lever Harp, is a collaboration with Paraguayan harpist, Nicolas Carter. Sharon and I also spoke about how she and Dave and a Canadian harp maker are helping luthiers of the "Guayabo" sociocultural project construct harps in Cuba. I hope this interview inspires you to create, play, and explore.LINKSSharon Thormahlen: www.thorharp.com/pages/sharonThormahlen Harps: www.thorharp.comInternational Society of Folk Harpers and Craftsmen: folkharpsociety.org/folk-harp-journalluthiers of the "Guayabo" sociocultural project in Cuba: reuters.screenocean.com/record/1423641Canada Cuba Luthier Solidarity Facebook Page: www.facebook.com/Canada-Cuba-Luthier-Solidarity Maeve Gilchrist: www.maevegilchristmusic.comHarpSong™️ Podcast interview with Maeve Gilchrist: www.moonoverthetrees.com/podcast/creating-a-pool-of-beauty-that-we-can-draw-on-an-interview-with-harpistcomposer-maeve-gilchristNicolas Carter: www.nicolascarter.comHarpSong™️ Podcast interview with Nicolas Carter: www.moonoverthetrees.com/podcast/interview-with-nicolas-carter-paraguayan-harpistRhett Barnwell: www.seraphimmusic.comSarah Deere-Jones: www.sarahdeere-jones.co.ukThe Somerset Folk Harp Festival: www.somersetharpfest.com
Good News: The U.S. government announces a halt to logging in the largest old-growth temperate rainforest on Earth, Tongass National Forest in Alaska! Link HERE. The Good Word: Listen to some serious wisdom from Jane Austen! Good To Know: Learn something startling about trees… Good News: Over 2,500 students in South Carolina have had their […]
What muscle fiber type is best for cycling, how do you influence it, and how much of it is genetic? We'll cover this as well as pro cyclist data and why many athletes don't share it, how to race in dangerous circumstances and manage crashes and much more in Episode 316 of the Ask a Cycling Coach Podcast! ---------------------------------------------- TOPICS COVERED IN THIS EPISODE - Intro 0:13 - Jonathan's learnings from National MTB National Championships 5:41 - Nate is racing again! 39:04 - Why pro cyclists don't share data 42:47 - A deep dive on muscle fiber composition for cyclists 54:11 - Race-day focus tips 1:20:33 - Publishing data insights from TrainerRoad's data-set 1:23:52 - Do gels replace aid stations? 1:29:16 - Do recovery shakes get nullified by post-ride meals? 1:31:55 - How to mitigate risk in criterium racing 1:46:08 - How to avoid crashes in a criterium 1:52:23 - Why are cyclists so susceptible to broken collarbones? 1:55:21 - How to learn to crash safely 1:57:46 ---------------------------------------------- RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE - The muscle fiber type-fiber size paradox: hypertrophy or oxidative metabolism? - Plasticity of human skeletal muscle: gene expression to in vivo function - Human soleus muscle: A comparison of fiber composition and enzyme activities with other leg muscles - Adaptations of skeletal muscle to prolonged, intense endurance training - Mechanical Plasticity: Skeletal Muscle Adaptations - Strength and muscle adaptations in heavy-resistance-trained women after detraining and retraining - Human single muscle fibre function with 84 day bed-rest and resistance exercise - Muscle fiber typology substantially influences time to recover from high-intensity exercise - Muscle fiber typology is associated with the incidence of overreaching in response to overload training ---------------------------------------------- LEARN MORE ABOUT ADAPTIVE TRAINING Adaptive Training Video: https://youtu.be/gE2yPYZ15ew Adaptive Training: What it is, how to use it: https://bit.ly/3dIRClW How Adaptive Training Makes You Faster: https://bit.ly/2ZNfWLq Request priority access for here: https://bit.ly/3oR8Els ---------------------------------------------- ABOUT TRAINERROAD — CYCLING'S MOST EFFECTIVE TRAINING SYSTEM TrainerRoad makes cyclists faster. Athletes get structured indoor workouts, science-backed training plans, and easy-to-use performance analysis tools to reach their goals. Build Your Custom Plan: https://bit.ly/3oR8sme Train Together with Group Workouts: https://bit.ly/3fkaYyd Get Started: https://bit.ly/3unoSnx ---------------------------------------------- SUCCESSFUL ATHLETES PODCAST Listen to the Successful Athletes Podcast now!: https://www.TrainerRoad.com/SAP ---------------------------------------------- SCIENCE OF GETTING FASTER PODCAST Listen to the Science of Getting Faster Podcast now!: https://www.TrainerRoad.com/SOGF ---------------------------------------------- STAY IN TOUCH Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TrainerRd Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/trainerroad/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/TrainerRoad Strava Club: https://www.strava.com/clubs/trainerroad
Ingram and Bud return to discuss the role that summer months will play in the composition of Tribe 22 and beyond. Tons of recruiting talk and listener questions. Nolecast 6-24-21