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Composers Datebook
Shapero goes classical

Composers Datebook

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 30, 2023 2:00


Synopsis On today's date in 1948, Leonard Bernstein, age 29, conducted the Boston Symphony in the premiere of a new orchestral work by Harold Shapero, age 27. This was Shapero's “Symphony for Classical Orchestra,” a work modeled on Beethoven but sounding very much like one of the Neo-Classical scores of Igor Stravinsky. This was exactly what Shapero intended, but some found the music perplexing. Aaron Copland, for one, wrote: “Harold Shapero, it is safe to say, is at the same time the most gifted and baffling composer of his generation.” That comment by Copland, one should remember, came at a time when Shapero's generation included the likes of Barber, Bernstein, Menotti and Rorem. But Copland continued, “Stylistically, Shapero seems to feel a compulsion to fashion his music after some great model. He seems to be suffering from a hero-worship complex – or perhaps it is a freakish attack of false modesty.” “Copland was so original,” Shapero responded, “that he just couldn't understand anyone who wasn't.” Even so, Shapero's superbly crafted orchestral imitations suffered many decades of neglect. In the 1980s, however, conductor and composer Andre Previn fell in love with Shapero's Symphony, performing and recording it with the LA Philharmonic, and declared its Adagietto movement the most beautiful slow movement of any American symphony. Music Played in Today's Program Harold Shapero (b. 1920) Symphony for Classical Orchestra Los Angeles Philharmonic; André Previn, conductor New World 373 On This Day Births 1697 - German composer and flutist Johann Joachim Quantz, in Oberscheden, Hannover; 1861 - French-born American composer Charles Martin Loeffler, in Alsace; 1862 - German-born American composer and conductor, Walter Damrosch, in Breslau; Deaths 1963 - French composer Francis Poulenc, age 64, in Paris; Premieres 1724 - Bach: Sacred Cantata No. 81 ("Jesus schläft, was soll ich hoffen?") performed on the 4th Sunday after Epiphany as part of Bach's first annual Sacred Cantata cycle in Leipzig (1723/24); 1735 - Bach: Sacred Cantata No. 14 ("Wär Gott nicht mit uns diese Zeit") performed in Leipzig on the 4th Sunday after Epiphany; 1892 - Rachmaninoff: “Trio élégiaque” No. 1 in G minor (Gregorian date: Feb. 11); 1893 - Brahms: Fantasies for piano Nos. 1-3, from Op. 117 and Intermezzo No. 2, from Op. 117, in Vienna; 1917 - Zemlinsky: opera "A Floretine Tragedy," in Stuttgart at the Hoftheater; 1920 - Frederick Converse: Symphony in c, by the Boston Symphony, Pierre Monteux conducting; 1942 - Copland: Orchestral Suite from "Billy the Kid" ballet, by the Boston Symphony; 1948 - Harold Shapero: "Symphony for Classical Orchestra," by the Boston Symphony conducted by Leonard Bernstein; 1958 - Walton: "Partita" for orchestra, in Cleveland; 1959 - Hindemith: "Pittsburgh Symphony," by the Pittsburgh Symphony, conducted by the composer; 1970 - William Schuman: "In Praise of Shahn," in New York; 1985 - Libby Larsen: Symphony ("Water Music"), by the Minnesota Orchestra, Sir Neville Marriner conducting. Links and Resources On Harold Shapero

Composers Datebook
Sir John Tavener

Composers Datebook

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 28, 2023 2:00


Synopsis Late in 2013, the musical world was gearing up to celebrate the 70th birthday of British composer John Tavener, but sadly he died, so his 70th birthday, which fell on today's date in 2014, became a memorial tribute instead. Tavener had suffered from ill health throughout his life: a stroke in his thirties, heart surgery and the removal of a tumor in his forties, and two subsequent heart attacks. In his early twenties, Tavener became famous in 1968 with his avant-garde cantata entitled The Whale, based loosely on the Old Testament story of Jonah. That work caught the attention of one of The Beatles, and a recording of it was released on The Beatles' own Apple label. Tavener converted to the Russian Orthodox Church in 1977, and his music became increasingly spiritual. Millions who watched TV coverage of the funeral of Diana, Princess of Wales, in 1997, were deeply moved by his “Song for Athene,” which was performed to telling effect as Diana's casket left Westminster Abbey. Taverner was knighted in 2000, becoming Sir John Tavener In 2003, Tavener's Ikon of Eros, commissioned for the Centennial of the Minnesota Orchestra, and premiered at St. Paul's Cathedral—the one in St. Paul, Minnesota, that is, not the one in London—and Tavener came to Minnesota for the event. Music Played in Today's Program Sir John Tavener (1944-2013) Ikon of Eros Jorja Fleezanis, vn; Minnesota Chorale; Minnesota Orchestra; Paul Goodwin, conductor. Reference Recording 102 On This Day Births 1791 - French opera composer Louis Joseph F. Herold, in Paris; 1898 - Italian-American composer Vittorio Rieti, in Alexandria, Egypt; 1944 - British composer Sir John Tavener, in London; Deaths 1935 - Russian composer Mikhail Ippolitov-Ivanov, age 75, in Moscow; 1947 - Venezuelan-born French composer Reynaldo Hahn, age 72, in Paris; Premieres 1725 - Bach: Sacred Cantata No. 92 ("Ich hab in Gottes Herz und Sinn") performed on Septuagesimae Sunday after Epiphany as part of Bach's second annual Sacred Cantata cycle in Leipzig (1724/25); 1828 - Schubert: Piano Trio in Bb, Op. 99 (D. 898), at a private performance by Ignaz Schuppanzigh (violin), Josef Linke (cello), and Carl Maria von Bocklet (piano); 1830 - Auber: opera "Fra Diavolo" in Paris at the Opéra-Comique; 1876 - Tchaikovsky: "Serenade mélancolique" for violin and orchestra, in Moscow (Julian date: Jan. 18); 1897 - Glazunov: Symphony No. 5, in London; 1915 - Ravel: Piano Trio in a, in Paris, by Gabriel Wilaume (violin), Louis Feuillard (cello), and Alfredo Casella (piano); 1916 - Granados: opera "Goyescas," at the Metropolitan Opera in New York; 1927 - Copland: Piano Concerto, by the Boston Symphony conducted by Serge Koussevitzky, with the composer as soloist; 1941 - Copland: "Quiet City," at Town Hall in New York City by the Little Symphony conducted by Daniel Saidenberg; This music is based on incidental music Copland wrote for Irwin Shaw's play of the same name produced by the Group Theater in New York in 1939; 1944 - Bernstein: Symphony No. 1 ("Jeremiah"), at the Syria Mosque in Pittsburgh by the Pittsburgh Symphony conducted by the composer, with mezzo-soprano Jennie Tourel as vocal soloist; 1972 - Scott Joplin: opera "Treemonisha" (orchestrated by T.J. Anderson), in Atlanta; 1990 - Joan Tower: Flute Concerto, at Carnegie Hall in New York, with soloist Carol Wincenc and the American Composers Orchestra, Hugh Wolff, conducting; 1995 - Elinor Armer: “Island Earth” (to a text by Sci-Fi writer Usula K. Le Guin), at the University of California, Berkeley, by the various San Francisco choirs and the Women's Philharmonic, conducted by JoAnn Falletta; On the same program were the premiere performance's of Chen Yi's “Antiphony” for orchestra and Augusta Read Thomas's “Fantasy” for piano and orchestra (with piano soloist Sara Wolfensohn); 1997 - Morten Lauridsen: “Mid-Winter Songs” (final version) for chorus and orchestra, by the Los Angeles Master Chorale, John Currie conducting; Earlier versions of this work with piano and chamber orchestra accompaniment had premiered in 1981, 1983, and 1985 at various Californian venues; 2000 - André Previn: "Diversions," in Salzburg, Austria, by the Vienna Philharmonic, the composer conducting; Others 1742 - Jonathan Swift, Dean of St. Patrick's Cathedral in Dublin (and the author of "Gulliver's Travels"), objects to the cathedral singers taking part in performances of Handel's works while the composer is in that city (Gregorian date: Feb. 8); Rehearsals for the premiere performance of Handel's "Messiah" would begin in April of that year, involving the choirs of both Christ Church and St. Patrick's Cathedrals in Dublin; 1971 - William Bolcom completes his "Poltergeist" Rag (dedicated to Teresa Sterne, a one-time concert pianist who was then a producer for Nonesuch Records); According to the composer's notes, the "Poltergeist" Rag was written "in a converted garage next to a graveyard in Newburgh, N.Y." Links and Resources On Tavener

Passage, Paragraph, and Prayer
The Four Rivers of Genesis 2 (Genesis 2:10–14)

Passage, Paragraph, and Prayer

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2023 4:36


Moses says that the river originating in Eden separated from there and turned into four headwaters—the Pishon, the Gihon, the Tigris, and the Euphrates. Where were they?Music Credit: J. S. Bach, “Wir eilen mit schwachen, doch emsigen Schritten,” aria from “Jesu, der du meine Seele,” BWV 78 (Leipzig, 1724).

VfB Stuttgart Americana
Episode 70 - VfB:M05 and TSG:VfB ... and carrots or currants?!

VfB Stuttgart Americana

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2023 64:17


In this episode, Matt joins to chat up the two final matches of the first half of the season ... that took place in what is actually the second half of the season. Huh. Anyway, we start off with some shout outs to the OFC winners of the week in TippSpiel, Bundesliga Fantasy, and our very own Twitter predictions before diving into matchday #16 and #17, two matches that were almost identical in terms of lineups, mistakes, tactical changes, and, sadly, results. In doing so a new drinking game is discussed while breakdowns of the winners and not-so-winners of the first 17 matches are noted, with commentary regarding Silas' struggles, Anton at Right Back, Ito as the new Sosa, the officials hating Stuttgart, Sehrou's finishing, Ahamada's mishaps, Wohlgemuth's warnings, Bruno's desire, the passion of the supporters, the hope that Perea brings, and, of course, a shirtless Dino. In Part Two, the rumors surrounding Tibidi's departure and Josuha Guilavogui's possible arrival brought up with Matt bringing a rather positive spin to the potential expensive arrival of Wolfsburg's former #6. Part Three, usually the Question and Answer period, turns into more of a listener lament session as Matt makes a case to be the new VfB president while the guys do try to figure out what the difference between Rino's results and Bruno's results are turning out to be and come to the conclusion that ... well ... yeah. Episode 70 wraps up with a rather bleak look at the upcoming match at Leipzig before Matt saves the day with a brief ray of positivity ... before Travis brings the whole thing crashing back down again. And if that's not enough for you, the guys give cookie baking tips on the difference between adding carrots or currants to family cookies. Yep, this episode is AS GOOD as that cookie sounds! Introduction: 0:00-5:07 Part One: 5:17-40:03 Part Two: 40:13-50:30 Part Three: 50:30-end

TALKING FUSSBALL PODCAST
Talking Fussball Direct MD16 wrap - The Bundesliga wakes up hungry for goals after its long hibernation

TALKING FUSSBALL PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 50:26


Can you believe it's been 10 WEEKS since we've had Bundesliga football to watch? It seems much of the league was more than ready to go, as fans saw 41 goals across the match day, including a 7-1 result, a 6-0, and no fewer than six games with four goals or more. Interestingly, Bayern and Leipzig's Spitzenduell was among the less eventful affairs on Match Day 16. Matt and Adam Khan break down what's happening with those two high-profile sides, what's gotten into Wolfsburg, whether BVB should part with a club legend, and which mid-table sides could risk a slide into the relegation scrap if the have a poor englische Woche. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Passage, Paragraph, and Prayer
The River of Eden (Genesis 2:10)

Passage, Paragraph, and Prayer

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2023 3:38


In Genesis 2:20, Moses switches from talking in a narrative past tense to talking as if he were observing something breathtaking in the present. It's the first time, but not the last, that the Scriptures describe a river of paradise.Music Credit: J. S. Bach, “Wir eilen mit schwachen, doch emsigen Schritten,” aria from “Jesu, der du meine Seele,” BWV 78 (Leipzig, 1724). 

Composers Datebook
Brahms breaks the rules

Composers Datebook

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2023 2:00


Synopsis The first Piano Concerto by Brahms received its premiere public performance on today's date in 1859 with the Hanover Court Orchestra under the direction of Brahms's close friend Joseph Joachim and its 25-year composer as soloist. That first night audience had never heard anything quite like it. In his biography of Brahms, Jan Swafford describes what was expected of a piano concerto back then, namely “virtuosic brilliance, dazzling cadenzas, not too many minor keys, [and nothing] too tragic.” “To the degree that these were the rules,” writes Swafford, “[Brahms] violated every one of them.” His concerto opens with heaven-storming drama, continues with deeply melancholic lyricism, and closes with something akin to hard-fought, even grim, triumph. Rather than a display of flashy virtuosity, Brahms's concerto comes off as somber and deeply emotional. A second performance, five days later in Leipzig, was hissed. "I am experimenting and feeling my way,” Brahms wrote to his friend Joachim, adding, "all the same, the hissing was rather too much." Now regarded a dark Romantic masterpiece, it's important to remember how long it took audiences to warm to Brahms' music. The American composer Elliott Carter recalled that even in the 1920s, Boston concert goers used to quip that the exit signs meant, "This way in case of Brahms." Music Played in Today's Program Johannes Brahms (1833-1897) Piano Concerto No. 1 in D Minor, Op. 15 - I. Maestoso - Poco più moderato Maurizio Pollini, piano; Berlin Philharmonic; Claudio Abbado, cond. DG 447041 On This Day Births 1899 - Russian-born American composer Alexander Tcherepnin, in St. Petersburg (Julian date: Jan. 9); Deaths 1851 - German opera composer Albert Lortzing, age 49, in Berlin; 1948 - Italian composer Ermanno Wolf-Ferrari, age 72, in Venice; Premieres 1713 - Handel: opera "Teseo" (Julian date: Jan. 10); 1725 - Bach: Sacred Cantata No. 111 ("Was mein Gott will, das g'scheh allzeit") performed on the 3rd Sunday after Epiphany as part of Bach's second annual Sacred Cantata cycle in Leipzig (1724/25); 1816 - Cherubini: "Requiem," in Paris; 1880 - Rimsky-Korsakov: opera "May Night," in St. Petersburg, Napravnik conducting (Julian date: Jan. 9); 1904 - Janácek: opera "Jenufa" in Brno at the National Theater; 1927 - Roussel: Suite in F for orchestra, in Boston; 1929 - Schreker: opera "Der Schatzgräber" (The Treasure Hunter), in Frankfurt at the Opernhaus; 1930 - Shostakovich: Symphony No. 3 ("May First"), in Leningrad; 1936 - Gershwin: "Catfish Row" Suite (from the opera "Porgy and Bess"), by the Philadelphia Orchestra, Alexander Smallens conducting; 1947 - Martinu: "Toccata e due canzona" for chamber orchestra, in Basel, Switzerland; 1968 - Bernstein: song "So Pretty" (a song protesting the Vietnam War) at Philharmonic Hall (now Avery Fisher Hall) in New York City, with singer Barbra Streisand and the composer at the piano; 1968 - Allan Pettersson: Symphony No. 6, in Stockholm; 1988 - Christopher Rouse: Symphony No. 1, by the Baltimore Symphony, David Zinman conducting; Links and Resources On Brahms

Oncotarget
Researchers Identify New Drug Candidates To Treat DLST+ Tumors

Oncotarget

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 5:30


Listen to a blog summary of a trending research paper published in Volume 14 of Oncotarget: "Candidate drugs associated with sensitivity of cancer cell lines with DLST amplification or high mRNA levels." ____________________________________________________ Dihydrolipoamide S-succinyltransferase (DLST) is a crucial gene/protein/enzyme involved in the oxidative phosphorylation (OXPHOS) pathway and cellular energy production. Recent studies have demonstrated that, in neuroblastoma and triple-negative breast cancer (TNBC), increased expression of DLST is associated with increased tumor aggression and a poor disease prognosis. Researchers also found that, in leukemia and TNBC cell lines, the knockdown of DLST leads to apoptosis. These findings suggest that neuroblastoma and TNBC may benefit from DLST-inhibiting cancer therapy. In light of this evidence, researchers Christina Kuhn, Myriam Boeschen, Manuel Philip, Torsten Schöneberg, Doreen Thor, and Susanne Horn from the University of Leipzig, University Duisburg-Essen and the German Cancer Consortium investigated approved drugs that target DLST-activated tumors. In their recent study, the team used data from the Genomics of Drug Sensitivity in Cancer (GDSC) project to identify new drug candidates for the treatment of DLST-activated tumors. On January 12, 2023, their research paper was published in Oncotarget's Volume 14, entitled, “Candidate drugs associated with sensitivity of cancer cell lines with DLST amplification or high mRNA levels.” “With the advent of complex genetic datasets of roughly 1000 cell lines in the Cancer Cell Line Encyclopedia (CCLE) and on drug resistance in the Genomics of Drug Sensitivity in Cancer project (GDSC), analyses of drug sensitivity have become possible on a larger scale [6, 7].” Full blog - https://www.oncotarget.org/2023/01/19/researchers-identify-new-drug-candidates-to-treat-dlst-tumors/ DOI - https://doi.org/10.18632/oncotarget.28342 Correspondence to - Christina Kuhn - Christina.Kuhn@medizin.uni-leipzig.de Sign up for free Altmetric alerts about this article - https://oncotarget.altmetric.com/details/email_updates?id=10.18632%2Foncotarget.28342 Keywords - neuroblastoma, drug sensitivity, drug resistance, drug repurposing, DLST About Oncotarget Oncotarget is a primarily oncology-focused, peer-reviewed, open access journal. Papers are published continuously within yearly volumes in their final and complete form, and then quickly released to Pubmed. On September 15, 2022, Oncotarget was accepted again for indexing by MEDLINE. Oncotarget is now indexed by Medline/PubMed and PMC/PubMed. To learn more about Oncotarget, please visit https://www.oncotarget.com and connect with us: SoundCloud - https://soundcloud.com/oncotarget Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/Oncotarget/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/oncotarget Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/oncotargetjrnl/ YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/OncotargetYouTube LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/oncotarget Pinterest - https://www.pinterest.com/oncotarget/ Reddit - https://www.reddit.com/user/Oncotarget/ For media inquiries, please contact media@impactjournals.com.

¡Qué Golazo! A Daily CBS Soccer Podcast
Arsenal v Man Utd, Trossard & Ings make moves, Bundesliga gets back to business! | Weekend Preview & Predictions (Soccer 1/19)

¡Qué Golazo! A Daily CBS Soccer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 38:06


Ian Paul Joy, Nigel Reo-Coker, Michael Lahoud and James Benge discuss the biggest fixtures and storylines ahead of a weekend of marquee matchups in the Premier League and Bundesliga. Can the Casemiro-less Red Devils close the gap on the league leaders? How will Bayern Munich look after the winter break? And are Leandro Trossard and Danny Ings good midseason signings? All that and more on the latest House of Champions. This episode goes out in tribute to Charlotte FC defender Anton Walkes who tragically passed away at the age 25. (00:57) -- RIP Anton Walkes (04:25) -- Arsenal v Man Utd: No Casemiro, Trossard is a Gooner (14:52) -- Liverpool v Chelsea: Looking for form at Anfield (19:24) -- West Ham turn to Danny Ings for goals (24:18) -- Leipzig v Bayern Munich: What has changed? (29:48) -- M'gladbach v Leverkusen: High praise for Wirtz House of Champions is available for free on the Audacy app as well as Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Stitcher and wherever else you listen to podcasts.  Follow the House of Champions team on Twitter: @ChampsHouseCBS, @JOYPAULIAN, @MikeLahoud, @FabrizioRomano, @Jon_LeGossip, @jamesbenge, @PartidoPooper Watch House of Champions on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7hm6TorI7BMD1-IxTqyhUg For more soccer coverage from CBS Sports, visit https://www.cbssports.com/soccer/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ Watch UEFA Champions League, UEFA Europa League, UEFA Europa Conference League, Serie A, Coppa Italia, CONCACAF, NWSL, Scottish Premiership, the Brasileiro, Argentine Primera División by subscribing Paramount Plus: https://www.paramountplus.com/home/ To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices

CUBAYERN
137. Reinicia la Bundesliga: RB Leipzig - Bsyern. Servus Yann Sommer

CUBAYERN

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 23:05


Regresa la pasión Bundesliga con el partido de la jornada este viernes cuando Bayern visite al Leipzig ya con nuevo portero, el suizo Yann Sommer bajo palos tras las negociaciones que se aceleraron esta semana. Además tocamos el tema Thomas Müller. Lo debatimos, dale al play! Con la conducción de Ale García y la invitación para Mando Sanabria Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/cubayernpodcast Dale play y déjanos tu comentario. Recuerda suscribirte y pasarle el podcast a tus amigos

The GreatBase Tennis Podcast
Johann Frühling Interview - Fitness

The GreatBase Tennis Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 116:22


On the 127th episode of the GreatBase Tennis podcast, Steve Smith's guest is Johann Frühling, who plans on making fitness and wellness his life's work. The native of Hamburg, Germany has completed sport science studies at the undergraduate level at the University of Leipzig and plans on completing his masters in the US.Johann conducts running courses for his university and works for Blackroll, the largest foam rolling company in Germany. An active triathlete, Johann also works as a coach in a triathlon club. Over the last two years, he has studied tennis under Steve Smith's tutelage while working with GreatBase players.

kicker News
kicker News vom 17.1.2023, 18:00 Uhr

kicker News

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 1:47


BVB verpflichtet Reyerson für fünf Millionen Euro, Leroy Sane fit für Spitzenspiel gegen Leipzig, Mollet verlässt Schalke in Richtung Heimat, Djokovic und Zverev bei Australien Open eine Runde weiter

The Totally Football Show with James Richardson
Napoli race clear but could we see title races in France & Germany?

The Totally Football Show with James Richardson

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 64:07


Jimbo, James Horncastle, Raphael Honigstein, Alvaro Romeo and Julien Laurens are back to review all the Euro action. PSG are beaten for the second away game in a row by their bogey team Rennes, allowing Lens to close the gap on the leaders to just 3 points. Napoli are 9 points clear after thrashing Juventus 5-1 as a first Serie A title for Spalletti surely beckons. Plus are Gasperini's Atalanta back after putting 8 past Salernitana? Xavi secures silverware with the Spanish Super Cup, while Real Sociedad win the Basque derby, with Imanol Alguacil proving to be another great Basque manager. The Bundesliga returns on Friday with Leipzig looking to upset a Neuer-less Bayern. Plus Shakira versus Pique, Sampaoli's Sevilla could go down and why Lyon players are the goats. Produced by Charlie Jones. RUNNING ORDER:  • PART 1: Moment of the weekend (02.30) • PART 2: PSG lose again to Rennes (07.00) • PART 3: Napoli hammer Juve, Atalanta spank Salernitana (19.00)  • PART 4: Shakira, the Super Copa and the Basque Derby (33.00)  • PART 5: The Bundesliga returns on Friday (47.00) SIGN UP TO THE ATHLETIC TODAY FOR £1.99 A MONTH FOR 12 MONTHS • theathletic.com/totally Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Und nun zum Sport
Der Rest hinter Bayern: Warum die Rückrunde spannend wird

Und nun zum Sport

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 30:50


Wenn die Münchner schwächeln, wollen sie da sein – die Verfolger gehen mit einigen Hoffnungen in die zweite Hälfte der Bundesliga-Saison. Ein Rundgang von Leipzig bis nach Dortmund.

Passage, Paragraph, and Prayer
Made for Beauty (Genesis 2:8–9)

Passage, Paragraph, and Prayer

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2023 3:54


When God planted the Garden of Eden for Adam, he caused all kinds of trees to grow up from the ground, not just so that they would produce food for him, but also so that they would be “pleasing to the sight.” In this episode, we think about the fact that God has made us for beauty and the arts.Music Credit: J. S. Bach, “Wir eilen mit schwachen, doch emsigen Schritten,” aria from “Jesu, der du meine Seele,” BWV 78 (Leipzig, 1724). 

kicker News
kicker News vom 13.1.2023, 20:00 Uhr

kicker News

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 1:46


Deutsche Handballer gewinnen WM-Auftakt gegen Katar, Haller macht erste Tore für BVB, Scholz verlässt Leipzig und berät Red Bull, Mainz holt Hanche-Olsen

Composers Datebook
"Hello, Mr. Addinsell?"

Composers Datebook

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 2:00


Synopsis Today's date in 1904 marks the birthday of Richard Addinsell, a versatile British musician who became one of the most famous film score composers of his generation. Addinsell was born in London, studied music at the Royal College of Music, and pursued additional studies in Berlin and Vienna before heading off to America in 1933 for some practical education at Hollywood film studios. He put both his theoretical and practical learning to good use when he returned to England, where he began composing for a series of successful British movies, like the Oscar-winning 1939 film “Goodbye, Mr. Chips.” Addinsell also became a popular songwriter and accompanist for British comediennes and cabaret singers of the day. But Addinsell is best known as the composer of the Warsaw Concerto, a piano concerto consciously modeled on the big Romantic scores of Rachmaninoff. This music originally appeared in the 1941 British adventure film “Dangerous Moonlight,” retitled “Suicide Squadron” when it was released in the States in 1942. After that mega-hit, Addinsell's fluent and versatile writing continued to grace a goodly number of Post-War British films and TV dramatizations, ranging from historical epics to psychological thrillers, gritty “slice-of-life” dramas, and whimsical, light-hearted comedies. Addinsell died in London at the age of 73 in 1977. Music Played in Today's Program Richard Addinsell (1904 –1977) Goodbye Mr. Chips BBC Concert Orchestra; Kenneth Alwyn, conductor. Marco Polo 8.223732 Richard Addinsell (1904 –1977) Warsaw Concerto Cristina Ortiz, piano; Royal Philharmonic; Moseh Atzmon, conductor. London 414 348 On This Day Births 1690 - German composer Gottfried Heinrich Stölzel, in Grünstadtl; 1866 - Russian composer Vassili Sergeievitch Kalinnikov, in Voin (Julian date: Jan 1.); 1904 - British composer Richard Addinsell, in London; Deaths 1864 - American composer Stephen Foster, age 37, in Bellevue Hospital, New York; 1980 - Russian-born American conductor and arranger André Kostelanetz, age 78, in Port-au-Prince, Haiti; Premieres 1726 - Bach: Sacred Cantata No. 32 ("Liebster Jesu, mein Verlangen") performed on the 1st Sunday after Epiphany as part of Bach's third annual Sacred Cantata cycle in Leipzig (1725/27); 1775 - Mozart: opera "La finta giardiniera" (The Feigned Gardener), in Munich at the Opernhaus St. Salvator; 1873 - Rimsky-Korsakov: opera "The Maid of Pskov" (first version) in St. Petersburg, Napravnik conducting; This was Rimsky-Korsakov's first opera (Julian date: Jan.1); 1904 - Bartók: tone-poem “Kossuth,” in Budapest; Bartók's parody of the German national hymn in this work caused an uproar at the work's premiere; 1944 - Stravinsky: "Circus Polka" (concert version) and "Four Norwegian Moods," in Cambridge at the Garden Theatre, with the Boston Symphony conducted by the composer; 1945 - Prokofiev: Symphony No. 5, by the Moscow State Philharmonic, with the composer conducting; 2000 - Danielpour: "Voices of Remembrance" for string quartet and orchestra, in Washington, D.C. with the Guarneri String Quartet and the National Symphony, Leonard Slatkin conducting. Others 1910 - Lee De Forest relays experimental Met Opera performances via a radio transmitter (see also Jan. 12). Links and Resources On Richard Addinsell Richard Addinsell filmography

20 Minute Leaders
Ep994: Joe Natoli | Founder, LOOFT Inc.

20 Minute Leaders

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 21:44


Joe Natoli has had many titles throughout his career: actor, game designer, educator, full-stack developer and entrepreneur. His passion for delighting people through technology led him to found LOOFT, the world's first world's first cooling and heating comfort service company while working at a venture builder in Leipzig, Germany. Joe brings knowledge of international startups, Silicon Valley and more, having worked with billionaire investor Tim Draper, Draper University, teaching entrepreneurship around the world from Africa to Asia. Afterwards, Joe settled in Europe to put his knowledge to work by forming ventures in the underserved market of Eastern Germany. Joe could be considered the ultimate startup guy, having built, founded or failed over a dozen startup businesses.

Passage, Paragraph, and Prayer
Animating the Man (Genesis 2:7)

Passage, Paragraph, and Prayer

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 3:54


Genesis 2:7 highlights both the custom-tailored way God created man and the special way God animated man. In this devotion, we take a closer look at God's animating of dust to create mankind.Music Credit: J. S. Bach, “Wir eilen mit schwachen, doch emsigen Schritten,” aria from “Jesu, der du meine Seele,” BWV 78 (Leipzig, 1724). 

kicker News
kicker News vom 9.1.2023, 11:00 Uhr

kicker News

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 1:51


Füllkrug wechselt Berater-Agentur, Rode kündigt Karriereende für 2024 an, Forsberg fühlt sich wohl in Leipzig, Packers verpassen erstmals seit 2018 Play-offs der NFL

Le Bach du dimanche
Le Bach du dimanche 08 janvier 2023

Le Bach du dimanche

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023 118:42


durée : 01:58:42 - Le Bach du dimanche du dimanche 08 janvier 2023 - par : Corinne Schneider - Au programme de cette 234e émission : les Suites pour violoncelle par Giuliano Carmignola au violon (nouveauté Arcana, septembre 2022) ; en deuxième heure on fête l'Epiphanie avec la Cantate BWV 65 (Leipzig, 1724), la Cantate « Ihr Völker, hört » de Telemann et Scott Ross à l'orgue (1995). - réalisé par : Anne-Lise Assada

France Culture physique
L'étrange cas du Président Schreber 1/2 : Un juge mentalement fragile

France Culture physique

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2023 31:02


durée : 00:31:02 - Une histoire particulière, un récit documentaire en deux parties - Daniel Paul Schreber est un juriste brillant, président de chambre à la Cour d'appel de Dresde, en Saxe. Il est né à Leipzig, en Saxe également.

Une histoire particulière, un récit documentaire
L'étrange cas du Président Schreber 1/2 : Un juge mentalement fragile

Une histoire particulière, un récit documentaire

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2023 31:02


durée : 00:31:02 - Une histoire particulière, un récit documentaire en deux parties - Daniel Paul Schreber est un juriste brillant, président de chambre à la Cour d'appel de Dresde, en Saxe. Il est né à Leipzig, en Saxe également.

Cold War Conversations History Podcast
The girl in an East German coal mine (271)

Cold War Conversations History Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2023 47:09


In 1981 Marie-Claude Hawkes was an 18-year-old living in Amiens, France when she embarked on a trip to East Germany looking for adventure… Among her experiences was working in a lignite coal mine. Lignite is considered the lowest rank of coal and the most harmful coal to human health but was a major fuel source for East German power stations.Marie-Claude travelled from Paris to Leipzig on an overnight train, staying at the International Youth Camp in Borna. From there she travelled every day to work in the open lignite mine at Espenhain, about 16 miles from Leipzig. She describes working at the mine, weekends off, visits to Leipzig, Magdeburg, Weimar and a potato peeling factory...!It's a fascinating view of East Germany away from the capital Berlin. Cold War history is disappearing; however, a simple monthly donation will keep this podcast on the air. You'll become part of our community and get a sought after CWC coaster as a thank you and you'll bask in the warm glow of knowing you are helping to preserve Cold War history. Just go to https://coldwarconversations.com/donate/If a monthly contribution is not your cup of tea, We also welcome one-off donations via the same link.Check out the episode related photos and videos here https://coldwarconversations.com/episode271/ Find the ideal gift for the Cold War enthusiast in your life! Just go to https://coldwarconversations.com/store/Radio GDR If you are interested in East Germany we can highly recommend our friends over at Radio GDR. Support the showSupport the project! https://coldwarconversations.com/donate/ Follow us on Twitter here https://twitter.com/ColdWarPodFacebook https://www.facebook.com/groups/coldwarpod/Instagram https://www.instagram.com/coldwarconversations/Youtube https://youtube.com/@ColdWarConversations

Kultur – detektor.fm
Januar 2023: Abrufrekorde, Podcasts im ICE und Storytelling-Podcast

Kultur – detektor.fm

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 22:03


Das Jahr 2023 beginnt bei detektor.fm gleich mit mehreren spannenden Projekten: Podcasts im ICE, Digitalradio und am 19. Januar einem extrem aufwändigen Storytelling-Podcast. (00:00:00) Begrüßung (00:00:09) Neujahrsgrüße und Jahresrückblick 2022 (00:01:45) DetektorFM Podcasts im ICE Portal der DB (00:03:06) Teaser zum großen Storytelling Podcast (00:06:01) DetektorFM in ganz Sachsen auf DAB+ (00:08:10) Hörtipp: Mission Energiewende (00:10:43) Buchmessen in Frankfurt und Leipzig (00:12:58) Medientage Mitteldeutschland (00:16:06) Empfehlung von Claudius (00:18:25) Empfehlung von Christian (00:20:41) Verabschiedung >> Artikel zum Nachlesen: https://detektor.fm/digital/destilliert-januar-2023-abruf-rekord-podcasts-im-ice-storytelling-podcast

MDR SPUTNIK Radio mit K

Ihr musstet ganze sechs Tage warten, aber es hat sich gelohnt: Hier kommt eure ganz persönliche Neujahrsansprache von euren beiden Fahrscheinkontrolleuren der Partyszene: Steffen und Felix. Warum Felix an Silvester das Herz gebrochen wurde und was Steffen da eigentlich seit Wochen in Leipzig macht, erfahrt ihr nur, wenn ihr Play drückt.   Songs in der Folge: Dilla „Junge“ Deichkind „Geradeaus" I Musikvideo: https://youtu.be/xhCS0iR1ab0

New Books in Music
Siv B. Lie, "Django Generations: Hearing Ethnorace, Citizenship, and Jazz Manouche in France" (U Chicago Press, 2021)

New Books in Music

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 57:20


Django Generations: Hearing Ethnorace, Citizenship, and Jazz Manouche in France (U Chicago Press, 2021) shows how relationships between racial identities, jazz, and national belonging become entangled in France. Jazz manouche—a genre known best for its energetic, guitar-centric swing tunes—is among France's most celebrated musical practices of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. It centers on the recorded work of famed guitarist Django Reinhardt and is named for the ethnoracial subgroup of Romanies (also known, often pejoratively, as “Gypsies”) to which Reinhardt belonged. French Manouches are publicly lauded as bearers of this jazz tradition, and many take pleasure and pride in the practice while at the same time facing pervasive discrimination. Jazz manouche uncovers a contradiction at the heart of France's assimilationist republican ideals: the music is portrayed as quintessentially French even as Manouches themselves endure treatment as racial others. In Django Generations: Hearing Ethnorace, Citizenship, and Jazz Manouche in France (U Chicago Press, 2021), Siv B. Lie explores how this music is used to construct divergent ethnoracial and national identities in a context where discussions of race are otherwise censured. Weaving together ethnographic and historical analysis, Lie shows that jazz manouche becomes a source of profound ambivalence as it generates ethnoracial difference and socioeconomic exclusion. As the first full-length ethnographic study of French jazz to be published in English, this book enriches anthropological, ethnomusicological, and historical scholarship on global jazz, race and ethnicity, and citizenship while showing how music can be an important but insufficient tool in struggles for racial and economic justice. Adam Bobeck is a PhD candidate in Cultural Anthropology at the University of Leipzig. His PhD is entitled “Object-Oriented Azadari: Shi'i Muslim Rituals and Ontology”. For more about his work, see www.adambobeck.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/music

New Books in Dance
Siv B. Lie, "Django Generations: Hearing Ethnorace, Citizenship, and Jazz Manouche in France" (U Chicago Press, 2021)

New Books in Dance

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 57:20


Django Generations: Hearing Ethnorace, Citizenship, and Jazz Manouche in France (U Chicago Press, 2021) shows how relationships between racial identities, jazz, and national belonging become entangled in France. Jazz manouche—a genre known best for its energetic, guitar-centric swing tunes—is among France's most celebrated musical practices of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. It centers on the recorded work of famed guitarist Django Reinhardt and is named for the ethnoracial subgroup of Romanies (also known, often pejoratively, as “Gypsies”) to which Reinhardt belonged. French Manouches are publicly lauded as bearers of this jazz tradition, and many take pleasure and pride in the practice while at the same time facing pervasive discrimination. Jazz manouche uncovers a contradiction at the heart of France's assimilationist republican ideals: the music is portrayed as quintessentially French even as Manouches themselves endure treatment as racial others. In Django Generations: Hearing Ethnorace, Citizenship, and Jazz Manouche in France (U Chicago Press, 2021), Siv B. Lie explores how this music is used to construct divergent ethnoracial and national identities in a context where discussions of race are otherwise censured. Weaving together ethnographic and historical analysis, Lie shows that jazz manouche becomes a source of profound ambivalence as it generates ethnoracial difference and socioeconomic exclusion. As the first full-length ethnographic study of French jazz to be published in English, this book enriches anthropological, ethnomusicological, and historical scholarship on global jazz, race and ethnicity, and citizenship while showing how music can be an important but insufficient tool in struggles for racial and economic justice. Adam Bobeck is a PhD candidate in Cultural Anthropology at the University of Leipzig. His PhD is entitled “Object-Oriented Azadari: Shi'i Muslim Rituals and Ontology”. For more about his work, see www.adambobeck.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/performing-arts

New Books in European Studies
Siv B. Lie, "Django Generations: Hearing Ethnorace, Citizenship, and Jazz Manouche in France" (U Chicago Press, 2021)

New Books in European Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 57:20


Django Generations: Hearing Ethnorace, Citizenship, and Jazz Manouche in France (U Chicago Press, 2021) shows how relationships between racial identities, jazz, and national belonging become entangled in France. Jazz manouche—a genre known best for its energetic, guitar-centric swing tunes—is among France's most celebrated musical practices of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. It centers on the recorded work of famed guitarist Django Reinhardt and is named for the ethnoracial subgroup of Romanies (also known, often pejoratively, as “Gypsies”) to which Reinhardt belonged. French Manouches are publicly lauded as bearers of this jazz tradition, and many take pleasure and pride in the practice while at the same time facing pervasive discrimination. Jazz manouche uncovers a contradiction at the heart of France's assimilationist republican ideals: the music is portrayed as quintessentially French even as Manouches themselves endure treatment as racial others. In Django Generations: Hearing Ethnorace, Citizenship, and Jazz Manouche in France (U Chicago Press, 2021), Siv B. Lie explores how this music is used to construct divergent ethnoracial and national identities in a context where discussions of race are otherwise censured. Weaving together ethnographic and historical analysis, Lie shows that jazz manouche becomes a source of profound ambivalence as it generates ethnoracial difference and socioeconomic exclusion. As the first full-length ethnographic study of French jazz to be published in English, this book enriches anthropological, ethnomusicological, and historical scholarship on global jazz, race and ethnicity, and citizenship while showing how music can be an important but insufficient tool in struggles for racial and economic justice. Adam Bobeck is a PhD candidate in Cultural Anthropology at the University of Leipzig. His PhD is entitled “Object-Oriented Azadari: Shi'i Muslim Rituals and Ontology”. For more about his work, see www.adambobeck.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/european-studies

Klassik aktuell
Buchtipp: "Aufklärung" von Angela Steidele

Klassik aktuell

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 4:15


Sie wird zur Erzählerin ihrer Epoche: Catharina Dorothea Bach, älteste Tochter von Johann Sebastian Bach. Autorin Angela Steidele blickt durch ihre Augen auf das kulturelle Leben Leipzigs im Zeitalter der Aufklärung. Die Kölner Autorin ist für ihre historischen Romane und Biographien von Frauen bekannt, dabei kombiniert sie wissenschaftliche Recherche mit Fiktion. 2015 bekam sie für ihren Roman "Rosenstengel" den Bayerischen Buchpreis. Ihr neues Buch "Aufklärung" führt ins Leipzig des 18. Jahrhunderts - Lesevergnügen pur!

New Books in French Studies
Siv B. Lie, "Django Generations: Hearing Ethnorace, Citizenship, and Jazz Manouche in France" (U Chicago Press, 2021)

New Books in French Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 57:20


Django Generations: Hearing Ethnorace, Citizenship, and Jazz Manouche in France (U Chicago Press, 2021) shows how relationships between racial identities, jazz, and national belonging become entangled in France. Jazz manouche—a genre known best for its energetic, guitar-centric swing tunes—is among France's most celebrated musical practices of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. It centers on the recorded work of famed guitarist Django Reinhardt and is named for the ethnoracial subgroup of Romanies (also known, often pejoratively, as “Gypsies”) to which Reinhardt belonged. French Manouches are publicly lauded as bearers of this jazz tradition, and many take pleasure and pride in the practice while at the same time facing pervasive discrimination. Jazz manouche uncovers a contradiction at the heart of France's assimilationist republican ideals: the music is portrayed as quintessentially French even as Manouches themselves endure treatment as racial others. In Django Generations: Hearing Ethnorace, Citizenship, and Jazz Manouche in France (U Chicago Press, 2021), Siv B. Lie explores how this music is used to construct divergent ethnoracial and national identities in a context where discussions of race are otherwise censured. Weaving together ethnographic and historical analysis, Lie shows that jazz manouche becomes a source of profound ambivalence as it generates ethnoracial difference and socioeconomic exclusion. As the first full-length ethnographic study of French jazz to be published in English, this book enriches anthropological, ethnomusicological, and historical scholarship on global jazz, race and ethnicity, and citizenship while showing how music can be an important but insufficient tool in struggles for racial and economic justice. Adam Bobeck is a PhD candidate in Cultural Anthropology at the University of Leipzig. His PhD is entitled “Object-Oriented Azadari: Shi'i Muslim Rituals and Ontology”. For more about his work, see www.adambobeck.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/french-studies

New Books Network
Siv B. Lie, "Django Generations: Hearing Ethnorace, Citizenship, and Jazz Manouche in France" (U Chicago Press, 2021)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 57:20


Django Generations: Hearing Ethnorace, Citizenship, and Jazz Manouche in France (U Chicago Press, 2021) shows how relationships between racial identities, jazz, and national belonging become entangled in France. Jazz manouche—a genre known best for its energetic, guitar-centric swing tunes—is among France's most celebrated musical practices of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. It centers on the recorded work of famed guitarist Django Reinhardt and is named for the ethnoracial subgroup of Romanies (also known, often pejoratively, as “Gypsies”) to which Reinhardt belonged. French Manouches are publicly lauded as bearers of this jazz tradition, and many take pleasure and pride in the practice while at the same time facing pervasive discrimination. Jazz manouche uncovers a contradiction at the heart of France's assimilationist republican ideals: the music is portrayed as quintessentially French even as Manouches themselves endure treatment as racial others. In Django Generations: Hearing Ethnorace, Citizenship, and Jazz Manouche in France (U Chicago Press, 2021), Siv B. Lie explores how this music is used to construct divergent ethnoracial and national identities in a context where discussions of race are otherwise censured. Weaving together ethnographic and historical analysis, Lie shows that jazz manouche becomes a source of profound ambivalence as it generates ethnoracial difference and socioeconomic exclusion. As the first full-length ethnographic study of French jazz to be published in English, this book enriches anthropological, ethnomusicological, and historical scholarship on global jazz, race and ethnicity, and citizenship while showing how music can be an important but insufficient tool in struggles for racial and economic justice. Adam Bobeck is a PhD candidate in Cultural Anthropology at the University of Leipzig. His PhD is entitled “Object-Oriented Azadari: Shi'i Muslim Rituals and Ontology”. For more about his work, see www.adambobeck.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

Steingarts Morning Briefing – Der Podcast
Folgen der Silvesternacht | Extremismusforscher | Beste Sängerin aller Zeiten

Steingarts Morning Briefing – Der Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 30:31


Im Interview: Der Extremismus Forscher Dr. Alexander Yendell, Soziologe von der Universität Leipzig, spricht mit Chelsea Spieker über die tiefgehenden Gründe von Radikalisierung, Fremdenfeindlichkeit und Homophobie. Im Kurzinterview: The Pioneer Chefredakteur Michael Bröcker erläutert, wie die Politik auf die Angriffe auf Feuerwehr und Rettungsdienste in der Berliner Silvesternacht reagiert. In einem Audio Essay erörtert die Publizistin und Buchautorin Diana Kinnert die Zusammenhänge von aktuellen politischen Prozessen und gesellschaftlicher Isolation. Das Magazin “Rolling Stone” veröffentlicht eine Liste mit den besten Sängerinnen und Sängern aller Zeiten. Geschützte Markenrechte und findige Geschäftemacher: Donald Trump wollte sich Rechte an der Formulierung “Gefälschte Wahl” sichern.

New Books in Sociology
Siv B. Lie, "Django Generations: Hearing Ethnorace, Citizenship, and Jazz Manouche in France" (U Chicago Press, 2021)

New Books in Sociology

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 57:20


Django Generations: Hearing Ethnorace, Citizenship, and Jazz Manouche in France (U Chicago Press, 2021) shows how relationships between racial identities, jazz, and national belonging become entangled in France. Jazz manouche—a genre known best for its energetic, guitar-centric swing tunes—is among France's most celebrated musical practices of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. It centers on the recorded work of famed guitarist Django Reinhardt and is named for the ethnoracial subgroup of Romanies (also known, often pejoratively, as “Gypsies”) to which Reinhardt belonged. French Manouches are publicly lauded as bearers of this jazz tradition, and many take pleasure and pride in the practice while at the same time facing pervasive discrimination. Jazz manouche uncovers a contradiction at the heart of France's assimilationist republican ideals: the music is portrayed as quintessentially French even as Manouches themselves endure treatment as racial others. In Django Generations: Hearing Ethnorace, Citizenship, and Jazz Manouche in France (U Chicago Press, 2021), Siv B. Lie explores how this music is used to construct divergent ethnoracial and national identities in a context where discussions of race are otherwise censured. Weaving together ethnographic and historical analysis, Lie shows that jazz manouche becomes a source of profound ambivalence as it generates ethnoracial difference and socioeconomic exclusion. As the first full-length ethnographic study of French jazz to be published in English, this book enriches anthropological, ethnomusicological, and historical scholarship on global jazz, race and ethnicity, and citizenship while showing how music can be an important but insufficient tool in struggles for racial and economic justice. Adam Bobeck is a PhD candidate in Cultural Anthropology at the University of Leipzig. His PhD is entitled “Object-Oriented Azadari: Shi'i Muslim Rituals and Ontology”. For more about his work, see www.adambobeck.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/sociology

New Books in Anthropology
Siv B. Lie, "Django Generations: Hearing Ethnorace, Citizenship, and Jazz Manouche in France" (U Chicago Press, 2021)

New Books in Anthropology

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 57:20


Django Generations: Hearing Ethnorace, Citizenship, and Jazz Manouche in France (U Chicago Press, 2021) shows how relationships between racial identities, jazz, and national belonging become entangled in France. Jazz manouche—a genre known best for its energetic, guitar-centric swing tunes—is among France's most celebrated musical practices of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. It centers on the recorded work of famed guitarist Django Reinhardt and is named for the ethnoracial subgroup of Romanies (also known, often pejoratively, as “Gypsies”) to which Reinhardt belonged. French Manouches are publicly lauded as bearers of this jazz tradition, and many take pleasure and pride in the practice while at the same time facing pervasive discrimination. Jazz manouche uncovers a contradiction at the heart of France's assimilationist republican ideals: the music is portrayed as quintessentially French even as Manouches themselves endure treatment as racial others. In Django Generations: Hearing Ethnorace, Citizenship, and Jazz Manouche in France (U Chicago Press, 2021), Siv B. Lie explores how this music is used to construct divergent ethnoracial and national identities in a context where discussions of race are otherwise censured. Weaving together ethnographic and historical analysis, Lie shows that jazz manouche becomes a source of profound ambivalence as it generates ethnoracial difference and socioeconomic exclusion. As the first full-length ethnographic study of French jazz to be published in English, this book enriches anthropological, ethnomusicological, and historical scholarship on global jazz, race and ethnicity, and citizenship while showing how music can be an important but insufficient tool in struggles for racial and economic justice. Adam Bobeck is a PhD candidate in Cultural Anthropology at the University of Leipzig. His PhD is entitled “Object-Oriented Azadari: Shi'i Muslim Rituals and Ontology”. For more about his work, see www.adambobeck.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/anthropology

Auf einen Espresso mit Lars Amend
147 Das Motto für 2023: Zurück in die Zukunft

Auf einen Espresso mit Lars Amend

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 44:12


Das neue Jahr hat gerade begonnen, viele Träume werden gesponnen, Ziele gesetzt, Vorsätze gefasst. Ich habe nur einen Vorsatz und der hat weniger mit der Zukunft, sondern viel mehr mit der Vergangenheit zu tun. In anderen Worten: Zurück in die Zukunft. In dieser Folge hörst du live und ohne Skript meine Gedanken zum neuen Jahr. Du kannst mir sozusagen live beim Denken zuhören. Viel Freude damit. Ach ja, falls du mich dieses Jahr live sehen willst, hier alle Termine meiner IMAGINE TOUR 2023: 18.10. Wien, 19.10. München, 22.10. Neu-Isenburg, 23.10. Stuttgart, 24.10. Hannover, 27.10. Hamburg, 02.11.Erfurt, 03.11. Magdeburg, 04.11. Leipzig, 11.11. Berlin, 12.11. Dresden, 14.11. Düsseldorf Bestell dir gleich dein Ticket: https://www.myticket.de/de/lars-amend-imagine-tour-23-der-soundtrack-deines-lebens-tickets oder hier: https://www.eventim.de/artist/lars-amend/ One Love. One Dream. One Team. Dein Lars - Der kostenlose Magic Monday Newsletter: https://www.lars-amend.de/ - Lars auf Instagram: www.instagram.com/larsamend - Lars auf YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/larsamendcoaching - Zum Onlineshop: www.lars-amend-shop.de/

MindTripRec
MindTrip Podcast 078 - Pfirter B2B Oliver Rosemann

MindTripRec

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 119:28


We are kicking off 2023 with a very special episode of the MindTrip Podcast. After their latest shared Delta EP, head honcho Pfirter and Leipzig's proud techno export Oliver Rosemann, are sharing a part of their spontaneous 4-hour set together at Distillery in Oliver's hometown last December. It was an inevitable B2B session where they showcased their common passion, inspiration and music flow not only in the studio but also in the club behind the decks. We wish you all a happy, trippy new year filled with music, love and your loved ones and would like to thank you for your continued support over the years! This is Pfirter b2b Oliver Rosemann on the first two hrs of their live recorded session. This is MindTrip! Follow MindTrip: www.mindtripmusic.com www.facebook.com/MindTripRec twitter.com/MindTripRec www.instagram.com/mindtrip_music/ More info about Pfirter: https://soundcloud.com/pfirtermusic http://pfirtermusic.com/ https://www.facebook.com/pfirtermusic/ https://twitter.com/pfirter https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFCpr1W60mNW-vKRQyd2LSA More info about Oliver Rosemann: https://soundcloud.com/oliverrosemann https://www.facebook.com/oliverrosemann https://www.instagram.com/oliver_rosemann/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZsyefXYNNxyw9xrUE2qoQA

Hintergrund - Deutschlandfunk
Standortwettbewerb - Das Ringen um das Zukunftszentrum Deutsche Einheit

Hintergrund - Deutschlandfunk

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 18:50


Die Stadt Plauen wetteifert gemeinsam mit Frankfurt (Oder), Leipzig und weiteren Orten um das „Zukunftszentrum Deutsche Einheit und Europäische Transformation“. Schon jetzt zeichnet sich ab: Es wird mehr Verlierer als Gewinner geben.Von Henry Bernhardt, Alexander Moritz und Christoph Richterwww.deutschlandfunk.de, HintergrundDirekter Link zur Audiodatei

Macher aus der Musikbranche | REDFIELD Podcast
R#129 Update mit Fabian Schütze, Low Budget High Spirit & Golden Ticket

Macher aus der Musikbranche | REDFIELD Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2023 83:43


Zu Neujahr der Rückblick auf ein turbulentes Jahr und ein Ausblick auf 2023 mit Stammgast Fabian Schütze. Der Leipziger Musikexperte berichtet über den Stand seiner neusten Projekte, gibt Einblicke zu seinem Musikbranchen-Newsletter Low Budget High Spirit und erklärt, welche Ziele er sich mit seinem Team von Golden Ticket für das neue Jahr gesetzt hat. Gemeinsam mit Gastgeber Alexander Schröder diskutiert er über Ups und Downs im E-Commerce, logistische und produktionstechnische Herausforderungen der Zukunft und ob Spotify ein geeigneter Werbepartner ist. Schütze macht eine These deutlich und erklärt, warum es für ihn einen echten Kipppunkt geben kann, an dem sich bestimmte Social Media Plattformen selbst zerstören können. Dabei wird erneut deutlich, welchen enormen Herausforderungen sich Künstlerinnen und Künstler in diesen Ökosystemen stellen müssen. Es gibt außerdem noch einen Ausflug in die Klassik, Erfahrungswerte aus der Livebranche und Insights zum Redfield Podcast. Frohes neues Jahr! www.lowbudgethighspirit.com www.golden-ticket.de www.redfield-podcast.de

Composers Datebook
Antheil's "Joyous" Symphony

Composers Datebook

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2022 2:00 Very Popular


Synopsis On New Year's Eve, 1948, Eugene Ormandy and the Philadelphia Orchestra gave the first performance of the Symphony No. 5 by the American composer George Antheil. Now, in his youth, Antheil was something of a wild man, composing a Ballet mechanicque for a percussion ensemble that included electric bells, sirens, and airplane propellers. It earned him a reputation, and Antheil titled his colorful 1945 autobiography what many called him: "The Bad Boy of Music." But the great Depression and World War II changed Antheil's attitude. Rather than write for small, avant-garde audiences, Antheil found work in Hollywood, with enough time left over for an occasional concert work, such as his Symphony No. 5. In program notes for the premiere, Antheil wrote: "The object of my creative work is to disassociate myself from the passé modern schools and create a music for myself and those around me which has no fear of developed melody, tonality, or understandable forms." Contemporary critics were not impressed. One called Antheil's new Symphony "nothing more than motion-picture music of a very common brand" and another lamented its "triviality and lack of originality," suggesting it sounded like warmed-over Prokofiev. The year 2000 marked the centennial of Antheil's birth, and only now, after years of neglect, both Antheil's radical scores from the 1920s and his more conservative work from the 1940s is being performed, recorded and re-appraised. Music Played in Today's Program George Antheil (1900-1959) Symphony No. 5 (Joyous) Frankfurt Radio Symphony; Hugh Wolff, conductor. CPO 999 706 On This Day Births 1894 - Anglo-Irish composer Ernest John Moeran, in Heston, Middlesex; 1899 - Mexican composer Silvestre Revueltas, in Santiago, Papasquiaro; 1962 - American composer Jennifer Higdon, in Brooklyn, New York; Deaths 1950 - French composer Charles Koechlin, age 83, in Canadel, France; 1970 - British composer Cyril Scott, age 91, in Eastbourne, England; Premieres 1724 - Bach: Sacred Cantata No. 122 ("Das neugeborne Kindelein") performed on the Sunday after Christmas as part of Bach's second annual Sacred Cantata cycle in Leipzig (1724/25); 1842 - Lortzing: opera "Der Wildschütz" (The Poacher), in Leipzig at the Stadttheater; 1865 - Rimsky-Korsakov: Symphony No. 1, in St. Petersburg, with Balakirev conducting (Julian date: Dec. 19); 1879 - Gilbert & Sullivan: operetta "The Pirates of Penzance," at the Fifth Avenue Theatre in New York, with the composer conducting (see also Dec. 30 above); 1943 - Martinu: Violin Concerto (No. 2), by the Boston Symphony with Serge Koussevitzky conducting and Micsha Elman the soloist; 1948 - Antheil: Symphony No. 5, by Philadelphia Orchestra, Eugene Ormandy conducting; 1948 - Howard Hanson: Piano Concerto, by the Boston Symphony with the composer conducting and Rudolf Firkusny the soloist. Links and Resources On George Antheil More on Antheil

Passage, Paragraph, and Prayer
Forming the Man (Genesis 2:7)

Passage, Paragraph, and Prayer

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2022 3:59


Genesis 2:7 highlights both the custom-tailored way God created man and the special way God animated man. In this devotion, we take a closer look at God's custom creating.Music Credit: J. S. Bach, “Wir eilen mit schwachen, doch emsigen Schritten,” aria from “Jesu, der du meine Seele,” BWV 78 (Leipzig, 1724). 

Vetandets värld
Så klättrade Pääbos forskargrupp till nobelprishöjderna

Vetandets värld

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 19:41


Entusiasm, prestigelöshet och stort intresse för människor, både levande och utdöda, är egenskaper som utmärker Svante Pääbo. Det märker vår reporter när hon besöker forskningsinstitutet som han byggt upp i Leipzig. Som nobelpristagare blir man väldigt upptagen, och det var ett tag sedan Svante Pääbo själv hade tid att klättra på den vägg som möter en i entrén på Max Planck-institutet för evolutionär antropologi i Leipzig. Men det var hans idé att det skulle finnas en 14 meter hög klättervägg som går från golv till tak i sexvåningshuset. Det är en social grej och bra träning, men har inget med själva forskningen att göra, säger han.Hans medarbetare beskriver honom som en prestigelös chef, jämställd med alla i gruppen, och att han har en smittande entusiasm som får dem att jobba på när det är motigt. Men att det också är en tillåtande atmosfär, där det går att prata om de problem man har och få hjälp att lösa dem. Medarbetarna omnämner chefen enbart som "Svante", på ett informellt sätt som är inte så vanligt på forskningsinstitutioner i Tyskland.Följ med till labbet som ständigt publicerar sig i de bästa tidskrifterna och som nu också har en nobelpristagare som chef! Medverkande: Svante Pääbo, nobelpristagare i fysiologi 2022 och chef för Avdelningen för evolutionär genetik; Matthias Meyer, ansvarig för avancerade DNA-sekvensningstekniker; Janet Kelso, ansvarig för datorbaserad genetik; Tomislav Maricic, forskare i funktionell genomik; Luisa Fast, doktorand, alla på Max Planck-institutet för evolutionär antropologi i Leipzig, Tyskland.Reporter: Lena Nordlund lena.nordlund@sverigesradio.se Producent: Björn Gunér bjorn.guner@sverigesradio.se

Auf einen Espresso mit Lars Amend
146 Ein Brief von Paul McCartney

Auf einen Espresso mit Lars Amend

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 21:58


Man soll von den Großen lernen, so heißt es doch immer. Gesagt, getan! Lass uns aber direkt noch eine Stufe höher steigen und von den ganz Großen lernen. Wie wäre es mit Mel C. von den Spice Girls, Shania Twain, Mo Farah, Dionne Warwick, Ozzy Osbourne, Rod Stewart, John Cleese, Dave Grohl, Ewan McGregor, will.i.am von den Black Eyed Peas und Paul McCartney. All diese Menschen (und noch viele mehr) haben Briefe an ihr jüngeres Ich geschrieben. Die britische Journalistin Jane Graham, die u.a. für die BBC, den Guardian und The Big Issue arbeitet, hat all diese Briefe zusammengetragen und ein fantastisches Buch veröffentlicht mit dem schönen Titel: „Briefe an mein jüngeres Ich - Außergewöhnliche Menschen über das, was im Leben wirklich zählt“. Ich liebe dieses Buch, weil mich im Leben nichts so inspiriert wie echte Geschichten. In meiner heutigen Folge erzählt dir Paul McCartney, der letzte lebende Beatle seine Geschichte, wie er mit 16 Jahren gemeinsam mit seinem Kumpel John Lennon große Träume hatte. Sensationell. Mit dem Kauf dieses Buches unterstützt du sogar die Obdachlosenhilfe des Roten Kreuzes, denn ein Teil der Erlöse werden gespendet. Alle Autoren und Autorinnen des Buches haben auf ihr Honorar verzichtet. Ein Buch, das sich also aus vielen Gründen lohnt: https://amzn.to/3HRGC4V Übrigens, ich gehe 2023 auf große IMAGINE TOUR, was ziemlich aufregend wird: 18.10. Wien, 19.10. München, 22.10. Neu-Isenburg, 23.10. Stuttgart, 24.10. Hannover, 27.10. Hamburg, 02.11.Erfurt, 03.11. Magdeburg, 04.11. Leipzig, 11.11. Berlin, 12.11. Dresden, 14.11. Düsseldorf Bestell dir gleich dein Ticket: https://www.myticket.de/de/lars-amend-imagine-tour-23-der-soundtrack-deines-lebens-tickets oder https://www.eventim.de/artist/lars-amend/ One Love. One Dream. One Team. Dein Lars - Der kostenlose Magic Monday Newsletter: https://www.lars-amend.de/ - Lars auf Instagram: www.instagram.com/larsamend - Lars auf YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/larsamendcoaching - Zum Onlineshop: www.lars-amend-shop.de/