Austrian composer (1860â€“1911)
Olga Itsenko-Mahler from Brisbane is a blind mom, blogger and businesswoman. She sews costumes and organizes children's parties, trains for the Paralympics in Paris and delights guests with goodies that she cooks herself and teaches other blind people to cook. This is a Russian language content. - Ольга Иценко-Малер из Брисбена - незрячая мама, блогер, а с недавних пор и предприниматель. Она шьет костюмы и устраивает детские утреники, готовится к Паралимпиаде в Париже и радует гостей вкусностями, которые готовит сама и учит готовить других незрячих людей.
Taking our cue from the TSO's Passion & Intrigue concert, we examine the lives and works of two formidable Richards – Richard Wagner and Richard Strauss. Throw in a little Samuel Coleridge-Taylor (plus a dash of Mahler) and you've got the recipe for a lively discussion!
Jason Smith and Mike Harmon discuss the Seahawks losing to the Rams with the Voice of Seattle sports radio Dave "Softy" Mahler. It's time to be a believer in Matthew Stafford. Plus, the guys discuss a shocking story out of the NBA. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
What have a Mahler symphony and a recipe for sautéed kidneys got in common? Why do refugees and other displaced people take food and music with them when they are forced to leave their homeland? How do today's Spotify restaurant playlists and their 18th-century equivalents compare? Can you play in an orchestra and then eat your instruments? Tom Service and anthropologist Jonathan H Shannon have the answers. David Papp (producer)
Wer in der frisch renovierten Tonhalle in Zürich sitzt, hört die Musik nicht nur, sondern spürt sie auch: Wenn die Paukistin auf der Bühne loslegt, sorgt das schwimmende Parkett für kitzelnde Füsse – oder zumindest fast. Das ist nur ein Zeichen für die gute Akustik der neuen Tonhalle in Zürich.Doch woran erkennt eine Laiin oder ein Laie, dass ein Raum gut klingt? Was ist überhaupt ein schwimmendes Parkett? Und was braucht es, damit klassische Musik keine Elitesache ist? Darüber spricht Philipp Loser mit Kulturredaktorin Susanne Kübler in einer neuen Folge «Apropos».Zur Akustik der neuen Tonhalle«Die Entrümpelung ist geglückt» | Porträt des neuen Kongresshauses und der Tonhalle in Zürich (ABO)https://www.tagesanzeiger.ch/die-entruempelung-ist-geglueckt-536045209805«So grossartig klingt die restaurierte Tonhalle» | Rezession des Eröffnungskonzertes und der Saalakustik (ABO)https://www.tagesanzeiger.ch/so-grossartig-klingt-die-restaurierte-tonhalle-984057104798 «Diese Orgel ist wirklich Champions League» | Ein Porträt der neuen Orgel der Tonhalle in Zürich (ABO)https://www.tagesanzeiger.ch/diese-orgel-ist-wirklich-champions-league-521135536016Lesen Sie den «Tages-Anzeiger» 30 Tage lang kostenlos im Probeabo (jederzeit kündbar)www.tagiabo.ch
Interoception is one the hidden senses that provides us with information about how are body is doing. In this interview Kelly Mahler will explain how Interoception is critical to understanding you anxious child, how it the basis for mindfulness and much more. Kelly Mahler has written several books on Interoception such as The Interoception Curriculum and My Interoception Workbook:A Guide for Adolescents, Teens and Adults with Chloe Rothschild and Jarvis Alma. She has a web site with many useful resources on the topic of Interoception https://www.kelly-mahler.com
Michigan got off to a good start in Week 1 with a 47-14 win over Western Michigan. However, UM's Week 2 opponent fell flat to open their year. The Washington Huskies were upset by Montana 13-7. The Huskies were ranked No. 20 heading into Week 1, but offensive line issues plagued them in their loss to the Grizzlies. Washington's defense held their own until the final minutes, but there are a lot of question marks and injuries on the offensive side of the ball heading into their tilt vs. Michigan. To sort it all out we caught up with Dave Mahler from 950 KJR in Seattle to get the scoop on Washington. All of our Maize n Brew podcasts are available wherever you get your shows! Subscribe, rate, and leave us a review: Apple | Spotify | Google | Stitcher | Megaphone Twitter: https://twitter.com/MaizenBrew Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/maizenbrewsbn/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/maizenbrewsbn Discord: https://discord.com/invite/vZMsMTF Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
John Canzano talks with Bill Rabinowitz of the Columbus Dispatch about Saturday's Oregon/Ohio State matchup. Then Portland State head football coach Bruce Barnum discusses his team's loss to Hawaii. Finally, Dave "Softy" Mahler from KJR ranted about Washington's loss to Montana. We also play the 2@2, and more. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter
In this episode, Rev Karla interviews licensed mental health professional, Jaime Mahler. Jaime Mahler is a passionate educator, coach, therapist, podcast host and mental health content creator. Her approach is unique and holistic. Jaime owns Recollected Self, a mental health enrichment company. She integrates creativity and person-centered approaches into everything she does. Rev Karla and Jaime discuss the importance of understanding the emotional factors in processing religious trauma and how to reclaim your identity outside of religion by looking inward to find your authentic self. Make sure to follow Jaime @recollectedself on TikTok and Instagram and check out her workshops at recollectedself.com. Jaime also has a podcast called Unlearned A journey through religious deconstruction. You can watch the uncut video of this episode on Rev Karla's YouTube channel. Additional resources for this episode include: COVID-19 pandemic exacerbates suicide risk factors
Synopsis The year 1960 marked the centenary of the birth of composer Gustav Mahler, and the British musicologist named Deryck Cooke hit upon the idea of preparing a performing edition of Mahler's Symphony No. 10, a work left unfinished at the time of Mahler's death in 1911. This was a daunting task for two reasons. First, Mahler's widow, Alma, had resisted efforts for a close examination of Mahler's manuscript for his 10th Symphony, as it was peppered with emotionally charged comments to her in Mahler's hand, painful reminders that her husband had just discovered she was having an affair with another man. Secondly, although Mahler had sketched out his symphony in full, most of it was not orchestrated. Now, Mahler was a master orchestrator, and many argued that only a similarly gifted composer could flesh out Mahler's sketches. Schoenberg and Shostakovich were both asked to do so, but both declined. Deryck Cooke, however, persisted, and completed his version of Mahler's Tenth in time for some excerpts to be broadcast in 1960. Even Alma was impressed, and eventually relented, and so, on today's date in 1964, the London Symphony gave the first complete concert performance of Cooke's arrangement of Mahler's Symphony No. 10. Music Played in Today's Program Gustav Mahler (1860 - 1911) arr. Cooke — Symphony No. 10 (Berlin Philharmonic; Sir Simon Rattle, cond.) EMI 56972 On This Day Births 1879 - English composer John Ireland, in Inglewood (Bowdon), Cheshire; Deaths 1912 - French opera composer Jules Massenet, age 70, in Paris; Premieres 1841 - R. Schumann: "Concert Fantasy" for Piano and Orchestra, at a closed rehearsal of the Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra conducted by Felik Mendelssohn, with Clara Schumann (8 and 1/2 months pregnant) as the soloist; This "Concert Fantasy" was revised as the first movement of Schumann's Piano Concerto in a, Op. 54, which Clara Schumann premiered in Dresden on December 4, 1845 at a concert conducted by Ferdinand Hiller; 1876 - First complete performance of Richard Wagner's "Ring" cycle begins at Bayreuth with a performance of "Das Rheingold" (this opera had received its premiere performance in Munich on Sept. 22, 1869); 1964 - Mahler: Symphony No. 10, arranged for performance by the English musicologist Deryck Cooke, is performed complete for the first time by the London Symphony conducted by Berthold Goldschmidt; With the assistance of Colin and David Matthews, Cooke revised his performing edition of Mahler's Tenth, and this revised version - known as "Cooke II" - was first performed on October 15, 1972, by the New Philharmonia under Wyn Morris; 1973 - Thea Musgrave: Viola Concerto at a London Proms Concert, with her husband, Peter Mark, the soloist; 1976 - Duke Ellington: ballet "Three Black Kings" (posthumously), at the New York State Theater at Lincoln Center in New York, by the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater and the Duke Ellington Orchestra conducted by Mercer Ellington.
We conclude our series on what to expect from symphonic movements with finales! We look at the history of last movements, spanning from Mozart to Mahler, and listen to some epic finishes. www.attentiontodetailpod.com Keep an eye out for our new blog, coming soon to our website, and remember to rate, review, and subscribe to the pod!
Sehnsuchtsgefühle mit Mahler, Krebs, ein bisschen Pop und über allem schwebt der Tod: Die Musikjournalistin Juliane Liebert stellt ihren ersten Gedichtband im Studio LCB aus dem Literarischen Colloquium Berlin vor. Von Tobias Lehmkuhl www.deutschlandfunk.de, Büchermarkt Hören bis: 19.01.2038 04:14 Direkter Link zur Audiodatei
durée : 00:58:19 - Anne Sofie von Otter, mezzo-soprano (2/5) - Grande spécialiste du lied, Anne Sofie von Otter a beaucoup enregistré la musique de Mahler, Schumann, Brahms ou encore Schubert, souvent accompagnée par le pianiste Bengt Forsberg.
Een tenniswedstrijd spelen en een pianoconcert geven: mentaal voelt het praktisch hetzelfde, voor pianist, presentator en podcastmaker Christiaan Kuyvenhoven. Hij deelt de belangrijkste geluiden uit zijn leven. Van het gestuiter van tennisballen tot de vijfde symfonie van Mahler, dat hem er als jongetje van deed dromen dirigent te worden. Een droom die hij momenteel onderzoekt in zijn podcast, de Maestro met de Breinaald.
As Christians, we are commanded to share the good news of the gospel, remembering not to get distracted with results, but ensuring that we are doing what we know we should. The post Who's a good neighbor? first appeared on Irvington Bible Baptist Church.
In the face of opposition, we are to "stir-up" the gift of our calling. Not because the flame is dying out, but to make it burn even hotter! The post Three ways to improve your witness first appeared on Irvington Bible Baptist Church.
Kelly Mahler has been an occupational therapist for 18 years, serving school-aged children and adults. Kelly is an international speaker and presents frequently on topics related to sensory integration and interception in particular. In this chat we speak about ways to help kids on the spectrum to understand the signs we get from our body and how to help them thrive.
Centuries-old Chinese poetry is brought vividly to life in a new recording from Long Yu and the Shanghai Symphony Orchestra. We announce their second album for DG The Song of the Earth, recorded in Shanghai with soloists Michelle DeYoung, Brian Jagde, Zhang Liping, and Shenyang. It pairs Gustav Mahler's symphonic song-cycle Das Lied von der Erde (“The Song of the Earth”), based on German translations of six ancient Chinese poems, with the world premiere recording of Xiaogang Ye's settings of the same texts in the original Mandarin.Michelle DeYoung & Brian Jagde & Liping Zhang & Shenyang & Shanghai Symphony Orchestra & Long Yu
Mahler described the last movement of his Second Symphony, which includes two soloists and a chorus, as a colossal fresco of The Day of Judgement. All of humanity meets its maker, and Mahler stretches his musical wings, soaring to glorious heights.
In the summer of 1893, Mahler wrote a song, entitled “St. Anthony of Padua's Sermon to the Fish.” It turned out so well, he incorporated melodies from it into the third movement of his Second Symphony.
In episode 7, Brian and Sarah discuss the latest news surrounding hotels, cruises and destinations in the Caribbean. Later in the show, the two hosts interview Anthony Mahler, Minister of Tourism for Belize. Mahler provides an update on how Belize has handled the pandemic and what travelers need to know. Have any feedback or questions? Contact us at Podcast@TravelPulse.com and follow us on social media @TravelPulse. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
曾經，古典樂流傳著一個詛咒，寫完第九號交響曲的人，已經一半入土，離死期也不遠了 遭受第九號厄運的作曲家有，Beethoven, Schubert, Dvorak, Bruckner, Mahler..等 這個迷信是怎麼開始的呢? [BGM（opening）]Dvorak, Symphony no. 9 in Em, 'New World' - IV. Allegro con fuoco [BGM（background）] Satie, The Gymnopédies Powered by Firstory Hosting
Ben Zander - The power of standing in possibility: Leadership and the transformative role of musicWhat type of leader do you want to be? Some leaders are like black holes that suck the passion and self-belief out of their teams. While others are unsure of how to enrol their teams into a greater vision.Benjamin Zander is not one of these leaders. He is remarkable in the way he calls out the passion and possibilities in his teams. He wants to see your eyes shine!His unique approach as the conductor of the Boston Philharmonic Orchestra has elevated him to the level of leadership guru. He is awarded by the UN, has spoken at Davos, is a bestselling author with his wife, and his TED Talks have been seen by tens of millions. On today's Inside Influence Podcast episode, we talk to Benjamin Zander about how to lead from the position of possibility.Today's Guest Benjamin Zander Benjamin Zander was born in Buckinghamshire England after his parents fled Nazi Germany in 1937. At age 12, Zander became the youngest member of the British National Youth Orchestra. At 15, he moved to Italy to study under master cellist Gaspar Cassadó. After completing a degree in English Literature at the University of London, he was awarded a Harkness Fellowship to study in the US. Moving to Boston he joined the New England Conservatory of Music in 1967 and began his career as a conductor. In 1978 he founded the Boston Philharmonic Orchestra where he continues to conduct to this day. In 2012, he founded the Boston Youth Philharmonic Orchestra.He has over 11 recordings with the Boston Philharmonic and has been nominated for a Grammy multiple times. He is acclaimed for his interpretations of Mahler and Beethoven.In 2000, he released “The Art of Possibility” co-authored with his wife Rosamund Stone Zander, therapist and executive coach. The book became a bestseller and has been translated into 20 languages. The book looks at how leadership and personal development can foster creativity and growth.His Ted Talk ”The Transformative Power of Classical Music” has been seen and shared by over 20 million people. He is a sought after speaker on leadership and classical music. In 2002, he was awarded the “Caring Citizen of the Humanities Award” by the United Nations.He was also awarded the Crystal Award for “Outstanding Contributions in the Arts and International Relations” by the Davos World Economic ForumWebsite: www.benjaminzander.orgFacebook: OfficialBenjaminZanderTwitter: @BenjaminZanderLinkedIn: benjaminzander“The conductor of an orchestra is the only musician that doesn't make a sound but he has a lot of power. But the power comes entirely from his ability to make other people powerful” “A cynical person is a passionate person who does not want to be disappointed again.”“Look for love and the courage will come.”You'll learnWhy choosing to stand in possibility is the greatest discipline of life – and the impact that choice can have on not only those around us, but also some of the greatest challenges we currently face as a global community.How to overcome the voice of negativityHow to know if you are leading wellThat there is always a pathway to possibilityHow to bring out someone's best performanceThe failure of not believing that people are up to a taskWhat are the two voices we all hearThe art of enrolment – how to put out a call to your team or followers. One that is so grippingly honest and compelling - that only the brave of heart will step forward. What it means to be an interpreter within your space – and why sometimes it involves apologising for the times we fail to get others to enrol.And finally - why there are always two people playing the violin – the first being the player – and the second being the voice inside their head. And what the most accomplished musicians in the world do when that voice gets unhelpful.References and links mentionedZander's Ted Talk: “The Transformative Power of Classical Music” Zander's book co-written with his wife: “The Art of Possibility”Rosamund Stone Zander's book “Pathways to Possibility”Zander's “Safe & Sound'' Concert Series: Brahm's Sextet in B-flat Major, op. 18Zander conducting an online MasterclassBenjamin Zander playing the piano: “An evening with Benjamin Zander and Mozart”Boston Philharmonic OrchestraThe Influencer CodeSubscribe to and Review the Inside Influence PodcastThanks for tuning into this week's episode of the Inside Influence Podcast! If the information in my conversations and interviews have helped you in your business journey, please head over to iTunes, subscribe to the show, and leave an honest review. Your reviews and feedback will not only help us continue to deliver great, helpful content, but it will also help us reach even more amazing people just like you!Also, don't forget to hop on my website juliemasters.com and download my new ebook The Influencer Code See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Season 2 focuses on Mahler's Second Symphony in C minor (1894), delving into Mahler's gigantic musical exploration of life, death, and what lies beyond. Each episode is devoted to a movement of the symphony. Guests include conductors Kent Nagano and Michael Tilson Thomas; principal musicians of the New York Philharmonic, the Berlin Philharmonic, the Cleveland Orchestra, and the Montreal Symphony Orchestra; and scholars from Columbia and Oxford Universities.
SHOW NOTES KENNY MITTLEIDER FROM KNIGHTS OF THE GUILD, ALIEN NATION: THE NEWCOMERS PODCAST & THE GEEK ROUNDTABLE PODCAST AND SIMON MEDDINGS FROM WAFFLE ON PODCAST DISCUSS ONE OF THE MOST SUCCESSFUL AND LONGEST RUNNING TELEVISION SERIES IN HISTORY.. M*A*S*H TODAY WE COVER SEASON 11 EPISODE 13 "Friends and Enemies" 253rd Episode Overall Directed by Jamie Farr Written by Karen Hall Originally Aired on February 7, 1983 Production Code is 9-B05 SET DURING THE KOREAN WAR IN THE 1950'S PLOT SUMMARY: Colonel Potter must decide whether to blow the whistle on an old army chum, Woody Cooke, whose military mistakes are costing human lives. BJ suffers from both an ingrown toenail and from Charles' insistence on playing his Mahler records. HOPE YOU ENJOY IT, KENNY AND MEDS FIND US ON THE WEB: MAIN WEBSITE - HTTP://MASH4077PODCAST.COM LISTEN ON STITCHER RADIO - HERE SPOTIFY - HERE TWITTER - @MASH4077PODCAST FACEBOOK FAN PAGE - HTTP://WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/MASH4077PODCAST EMAIL US - MASH4077PODCAST@GMAIL.COM PATREON (DONATION) SUPPORTER - HTTPS://WWW.PATREON.COM/GEEKYFANBOY PODCAST PROMO'S PLAYED DURING THE SHOW THIS WEEK: WAFFLE ON THE GEEK ROUNDTABLE PODCAST © GEEKYFANBOY PRODUCTIONS
Bodies exceed humanity. They remind us that we are part of something vaster—and smaller—more complex, more connected than our mere existence as an atomized species. Our bodies, and bodies in general, are composed out of heterogeneity and multitudes. All bodies are wet collective bodies, defined by how they link to other bodies, places, environments, technologies. Think of breathing, clogging, decomposing, discharging, flushing, lubricating, melting, menstruating, transfusing. Bodies exist as trans- and extra-territorial beings. They live in hybridity. This porous condition produces a planetary wet-togetherness, a “commoning” force that constitutes all bodies as collective hydro-subjects. Wet-Togetherness is a collaboration between e-flux and the 13th Shanghai Biennale, Bodies of Water, curated by Andrés Jaque, Marina Otero Verzier, Lucia Pietroiusti, Filipa Ramos and YOU Mi, and organized and promoted by the Power Station of Art. It consists of 9 sound pieces in which 21 artists, activists and researchers enact aqueousness through sound. The series has been edited by José Luis Espejo and Rubén Coll with the sound design of Tomoko Sauvage, coordination by Roberto González García, and locutions by Yang Yang. Episode 2. Decomposing: Daisy Bisenieks and Royce Ng (Zheng Mahler) and Tuo Wang Organic bodies break down and decay, aided by other bodies. As microorganisms feed on dead plants, and animal and human remains, they deconstruct intricate life forms into their simplest components. Water, carbon dioxide and nutrients are building blocks of earth beings and their socio-natural collectives. We are in a continuous process of body breaking and making. Image © Paula Vilaplana.
Ted Price chats with Moon Studios founders Thomas Mahler and Gennadiy Korol. Together they discuss the Ori series, Moon Studios' culture and approach around remote development, creating a workplace of respectful honesty and openness, and how to make a flat hierarchy work. Thomas and Gennadiy are the co-founders of Moon Studios, the development studio behind Ori and the Blind Forest and its sequel Ori and the Will of the Wisps. Follow us on Twitter @Official_AIAS, Facebook or visit us at interactive.org.