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New Classical Tracks with Julie Amacher
Cellist Claire Bryant uses her voice to uplift incarcerated musicians

New Classical Tracks with Julie Amacher

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 37:45


Claire Bryant — Whole Heart (Bright Shiny Things) Jump to giveaway form New Classical Tracks - Claire Bryant by “I chose to release my album at the Lee Correctional Institution,” said cellist Claire Bryant about her debut recording, Whole Heart. “It is one of the largest maximum-security prisons in South Carolina. “I chose to do that because my group, Decoda, has done a series of songwriting workshops every year over the past eight years at Lee,” she said. “The men and this experience working with them have made me the artist I am today. I don't think I would have had the courage and bravery to create my album if it weren't for my experiences working with incarcerated musicians. Being able to share music that I love and make music with people who need an outlet for expression has reminded me why music is important.” How is the title of the album connected to the music? “The title of the record came at the very end. I felt like these pieces explore how music can mirror all the different human experiences in unique ways. The cello has this human voice element and these pieces represent personal relationships. This was my way of saying I'm not just a cellist — this is my whole heart. I let myself go in these performances. It was cathartic.” Tell me about the two works influenced by the pandemic. “The first work is SEVEN. It was composed by the wonderful cellist Andrea Casarrubios, who is a friend of mine. It refers to the 7 o'clock hour in New York City when strangers and neighbors would open their windows and bang pots and pans or clap and cheer for the vital workers who where on the front lines keeping us safe and risking their own lives for us. “Composer Gabriela Lena Frank created a project for composers and solo artists to come together during the pandemic. In that project, composer Tanner Porter was paired with a cellist and wrote And Even These Small Wonders. In both of these pieces, the low string on the cello is tuned down one step to a B instead of a C. It gives the cello a different resonance. I like that two pieces on the record have a different tuning, giving a depth and earthy quality to the instrument.” Watch now To hear the rest of my conversation, click on the extended interview above, or download the extended podcast on iTunes or wherever you get your podcasts. More on Claire Bryant Watch composer Max Richter's Tiny Desk Concert Giveaway Time For Three New Classical Tracks Giveaway You must be 13 or older to submit any information to American Public Media/Minnesota Public Radio. The personally identifying information you provide will not be sold, shared, or used for purposes other than to communicate with you about things like our programs, products and services. See Terms of Use and Privacy. This giveaway is subject to the Official Giveaway Rules. Resources Claire Bryant — Whole Heart (Bright Shiny Things online store) Claire Bryant (official site)

The Night Train®
TNT Classic - #47 Lullabies to Paralyse: Original Soundtrack Special (27th Oct 2016)

The Night Train®

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 58:57


Once again, life has happened so we weren't able to do a show on Sunday. Not sure anyone is that bothered but for us, we really enjoy doing the show.So, instead of leaving the "fans" with nothing until next week, we're uploading a "classic" show. This is a solo outing from Powlo, from way back in 2016. "Fun" fact, this is what Steve has in his headphones when he's at the dentist getting work done.Hopefully, we'll be back next week with a new show. But to be honest, you'd be wise not to put money on it.Don't forget to get in touch to ask for a request or shout-out at; nighttrain93.2[at]gmail[dot]com or https://www.twitter.com/RadioNightTrain on the tweets. Especially wanna hear from you if you have a posse cut you need to hear.To experience the show live n direct.. tune into Sheffield Live, Sundays 9pm-11pm on 93.2FM, via the TuneIn Radio App or www.sheffieldlive.orgAs always, any spreading the word about what we do is appreciated (but unpaid).____________________________________________Powlo's one hour solo outing. Partly inspired by recent soundtrack releases such as Stranger Things and Max Richter's work on Black Mirror. Partly inspired by simply having a lot of sinister soundtrack lullabies to play on the show. It made sense to put it all together in one troublesome hour-long chat-free show. Lower the lights, reach for the headphones...____________________________________________

A Writer In Italy - travel, books, art and life
Artist's Notebooks: For the Poets and the Dreamers.....

A Writer In Italy - travel, books, art and life

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2022 30:55


"I think that a writer should observe the real world before imagining a non-existent one" -Jhumpa Lahiri, In Other WordsIn a day and age where the universe is at our finger tips and we can meander the world with a smart phone in our pocket.  A device that has the ability to solve most of our problems, pay the bills, track your kids, read you a book, take you from A to B, or wander the streets with an incantation of Max Richter in your ears as you lose yourself in the city of Bologna , is it wise to bring a notebook to jot down ideas and thoughts when one could just as easily leave a voice message or make dot points on the Notes app on that back pocket ?  Yes, yes, I think it is wise.Here are a few excerpts from some of my travel diaries, from Italy, France, London..... The final instalment of journals, diaries and notebooks. Find all Show Notes and details mentioned at: michellejohnston.lifeYou can now Support the Podcast and send your encouragement.© 2022 A Writer In Italy - travel, books, art and lifeMusic Composed by Richard Johnston © 2022Support the show

Live From Progzilla Towers
Live From Progzilla Towers - Edition 447

Live From Progzilla Towers

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 180:00


Welcome to Live From Progzilla Towers Edition 447. In this Get Prancin' edition we heard music by Emerson, Lake & Palmer + Basement Jaxx, GoGo Penguin & Nathan Fake, BT, Depeche Mode, Floating Points, Orbital, The Art Of Noise, Jean-Michel Jarre, Leftfield, Kate Bush vs. Genesis vs. Neneh Cherry vs. Placebo, Max Richter, Missing Persons, George Kranz, Gargoyles, Shpongle, Ott., Bonobo & Anna Lapwood, Throbbing Gristle, The Orb, Transit Kings, Tensnake, Astralasia and Orbital & Angelo Badalamenti.

En pistes ! L'actualité du disque classique
16 saisons : les Quatre Saisons par quatre compositeurs

En pistes ! L'actualité du disque classique

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 90:13


durée : 01:30:13 - En pistes ! du jeudi 08 septembre 2022 - par : Emilie Munera, Rodolphe Bruneau Boulmier - Ce matin, nous écoutons les Quatre Saisons de Vivaldi mais pas seulement ! Notre disque du jour rassemble celles de Max Richter, Astor Piazzola et celles de Philip Glass. Une réflexion sur le rôle de l'homme sur le changement climatique de l'époque de Vivaldi à nos jours.

Album
Album. Max Richter. The New Four Seasons - Vivaldi Recomposed

Album

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 48:31


Helilooja Max Richter on taaskord inspiratsiooni saanud Antonio Vivaldi "Aastaaegadest" ning sedapuhku mängib tema loomingut briti instrumentaalansambel Chineke!, kes kasutavad selleks soolkeeli ning Vivaldi ajastu pille.

P1 Kultur
Från rösträtt till riksdag – om kvinnornas politiska historia i Sverige – del 3

P1 Kultur

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 45:03


De fem första. 10 januari 1922 klev Elisabeth Tamm, Agda Östlund, Nelly Thüring, Kerstin Hesselgren och Bertha Wellin in i Sveriges Riksdag. Hur blev livet inne i drömmen om att vara med och påverka? I år är det 100 år sedan de första fem kvinnorna tog plats i Sveriges Riksdag. Därför dyker vi in i historien om hur det gick till i tre långa berättande kulturreportage - som även anknyter till våra tidigare uppmärksammade program om den kvinnliga rösträttens genomförande.I del tre tittar vi närmare på Kerstin Hesselgren, liberal, Elisabeth Tamm, liberal, Bertha Wellin, högern, Agda Östlund, socialdemokrat och Nelly Thüring, socialdemokrat. Hur upplevde de riksdagsarbetet och vad åstadkom de? Hur hängde de fem första ihop med rösträttsrörelsens tongivande kvinnor?De fem första riksdagskvinnorna har inte lämnat så många personliga berättelser efter sig, men vi hittar trots allt en del spår på Kungliga biblioteket och i en dold låda i ett gammalt skrivbord.Hör deras röster och följ med på jakt efter det så kallade damrummet inne i riksdagshuset. Där lär ha stått en skrivmaskin för de fem första att dela på. Men historien om damrummet är höljt i tidens dimmor och inte mycket finns dokumenterat.Vi besöker godset Fogelstad i Sörmland, där Elisabeth Tamm levde hela sitt liv och där hon också - efter att snabbt ha blivit besviken på rikspolitiken - startade den kvinnliga medborgarskolan som skulle lära kvinnor att "göra demokrati". 100 år senare är en ny form av medborgarskola på väg att skapas i inspektorsbostaden intill, Lilla Ulfåsa. Medverkande: Helena Martinsson, enhetschef för riksdagens demokratijubileum, Camilla Norrbin, historiker, Sara Heyman, journalist och radiomedarbetare, Gustaf Liljencrantz och Clara Waller, släktingar till Elisabeth Tamm, Tjia Torpe, ordförande i ägarstiftelsen Fogelstad. Musiken i del tre är "Preludium" av Max Richter. Uppläsare i programmet: Ana Gil de Melo Nascimento.Programmakare och producenter: Anna Tullberg och Mattias Berg. anna.tullberg@sr.se, mattias.berg@sr.se

Kulturreportaget i P1
Från rösträtt till riksdag – om kvinnornas politiska historia i Sverige – del 3

Kulturreportaget i P1

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 44:45


De fem första. 10 januari 1922 klev Elisabeth Tamm, Agda Östlund, Nelly Thüring, Kerstin Hesselgren och Bertha Wellin in i Sveriges Riksdag. Hur blev livet inne i drömmen om att vara med och påverka? I år är det 100 år sedan de första fem kvinnorna tog plats i Sveriges Riksdag. Därför dyker vi in i historien om hur det gick till i tre långa berättande kulturreportage - som även anknyter till våra tidigare uppmärksammade program om den kvinnliga rösträttens genomförande.I del tre tittar vi närmare på Kerstin Hesselgren, liberal, Elisabeth Tamm, liberal, Bertha Wellin, högern, Agda Östlund, socialdemokrat och Nelly Thüring, socialdemokrat. Hur upplevde de riksdagsarbetet och vad åstadkom de? Hur hängde de fem första ihop med rösträttsrörelsens tongivande kvinnor?De fem första riksdagskvinnorna har inte lämnat så många personliga berättelser efter sig, men vi hittar trots allt en del spår på Kungliga biblioteket och i en dold låda i ett gammalt skrivbord.Hör deras röster och följ med på jakt efter det så kallade damrummet inne i riksdagshuset. Där lär ha stått en skrivmaskin för de fem första att dela på. Men historien om damrummet är höljt i tidens dimmor och inte mycket finns dokumenterat.Vi besöker godset Fogelstad i Sörmland, där Elisabeth Tamm levde hela sitt liv och där hon också - efter att snabbt ha blivit besviken på rikspolitiken - startade den kvinnliga medborgarskolan som skulle lära kvinnor att "göra demokrati". 100 år senare är en ny form av medborgarskola på väg att skapas i inspektorsbostaden intill, Lilla Ulfåsa. Medverkande: Helena Martinsson, enhetschef för riksdagens demokratijubileum, Camilla Norrbin, historiker, Sara Heyman, journalist och radiomedarbetare, Gustaf Liljencrantz och Clara Waller, släktingar till Elisabeth Tamm, Tjia Torpe, ordförande i ägarstiftelsen Fogelstad. Musiken i del tre är "Preludium" av Max Richter. Uppläsare i programmet: Ana Gil de Melo Nascimento.Programmakare och producenter: Anna Tullberg och Mattias Berg. anna.tullberg@sr.se, mattias.berg@sr.se

Electronic Beats Podcast
Hania Rani - Inspiration, Improvisation & Instruments

Electronic Beats Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 44:00


The guest in this Electronic Beats Podcast is Hania Rani, an award-winning pianist, composer and singer hailing from Gdansk in Poland. Hania was initially inspired to study classical music and was later introduced to jazz and electronics at music school, widening her interests and as she puts it, “mixing Chopin & Schostakovitch with Dave Brubeck and Moderat”. Other inspirations include composers such as Max Richter, Esbjorn Svensson, Miles Davis, Nils Frahm, Murcof, Portico Quartet, Radiohead and even The Beatles. But Rani's inspirations aren't just musical, she has drawn inspiration from places she has lived and visited. Over the past few years Rani's music has gained widespread recognition, earning many acclamations such as the Sanki Award as the “New Face of Polish Music” and Transatlantyk Golden Ark Award for “Best Young Polish Composer” amongst others. Recent years have seen Hiani scoring soundtracks for several movies, collaborating with the likes of Portico Quartet and Christian Löffler and performing live shows for ARTE and Cercle, her unfaltering drive has made Rani one of the most intriguing artists in the contemporary classical world. In this episode our Host Lindi Delight speaks with her about initial spark for her love for music, first touch with the piano, meaning of improvisation, classic and neoclassic music, Melancholie and much more.

Off The Shelf
2016's Arrival

Off The Shelf

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 91:00


Dave takes 2016's Arrival and presents a film beautifully directed by Denis Villeneuve and accompanied by a fantastic performance by Amy Adams. Both Phil and Dave seem to consider Ms Adams their favourite actress. Phil appreciates the ability to make a movie about communication so interesting and compelling while Dave enjoys the story structure and amazing score which Dave discovered after recording had contributions from Ad Astra's Max Richter.

Spoken Word
The Voice of Human Rights

Spoken Word

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022


Max Richter's album Voices sets a spoken word rendition of parts of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights to music. In this program extracts from this album are presented by Di Cousens.

Radio UdeC Podcast
Taller 44 - julio 26

Radio UdeC Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 28:52


Max Richter.

Músicas posibles
Músicas posibles - Mercy - 23/07/22

Músicas posibles

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2022 53:36


De Peter Gregson e Iskra String Quartet a Jóhann Jóhannsson, Max Richter, Ben McElroy, Natacha Atlas con Lalon Sha o Jocelyn Pook, Daniel Herskedal y Emilie Nicolas, Ólafur Arnalds y Reykjavik Recording Orchestra oLuke Howard y la Orquesta Budapest Art. Escuchar audio

5 Heures du Soir
5 Heures fait le tour du propriétaire - Episode 12 : La chambre

5 Heures du Soir

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 53:38


Films : Les valseuses (Bertrand Blier), Misery (Rob Reiner) et Domicile conjugal (François Truffaut) Musique : Dans ma chambre (Jacques Duvall), Le grand sommeil (Etienne Daho), Beds are burning (Midnight Oil), Chambre 12 (Louane), Chambre avec vue (Henri Salvador) et Path 5 (Max Richter)

5 Heures
5 Heures fait le tour du propriétaire - Episode 12 : La chambre

5 Heures

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 53:38


Films : Les valseuses (Bertrand Blier), Misery (Rob Reiner) et Domicile conjugal (François Truffaut) Musique : Dans ma chambre (Jacques Duvall), Le grand sommeil (Etienne Daho), Beds are burning (Midnight Oil), Chambre 12 (Louane), Chambre avec vue (Henri Salvador) et Path 5 (Max Richter)

Empowered Spirituality
Bonus: Patreon Meditation - Inner Critic

Empowered Spirituality

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 10, 2022 16:13


Here is a bonus meditation from my Patreon! This meditation is available to all my patrons at the 5 dollar a month level, and they also get access to weekly guided meditations, as well as the entire backlog of meditations. More about "The Work" - https://thework.com/instruction-the-work-byron-katie/ Music: Vilan by Huma Dream 19 (pulse) by Max Richter . . . Join the Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/empoweredspirituality?fan_landing=true Follow me on Instagram @empowered.spirituality Learn more about working 1:1 with me at www.empoweredspirituality.online This podcast is for educational purposes only. The host claims no responsibility to any person or entity for any liability, loss, or damage caused or alleged to be caused directly or indirectly as a result of the use, application, or interpretation of the information presented herein. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/empoweredspirituality/message

5Songs
Max Richter: "He tornat a gravar 'Les quatre estacions' pel canvi clim

5Songs

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 30:00


Músicas posibles
musicas-posibles-020722Músicas posibles - Paths - 02/07/22

Músicas posibles

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 54:56


Uno de los capítulos de la revisión que Richter ha hecho a su propia versión de Las cuatro estaciones de Vivaldi, Summer (Vivaldi, The four seasons recomposed) abre un programa en el que hablamos de Max Richter y Peter Gregson, Howard Skempton con la BBC Symphony Orchestra, el trabajo de Remy Van Kesteren y Nils Framn, la versión de Mari samuelsen de un tema de Meredi. Para finalizar Pat Metheny con Charlie Haden y, de nuevo, con Jason Vieux. Escuchar audio

Six heures - Neuf heures, le samedi - La 1ere
La Pépite – "Les Quatre Saisons" de Vivaldi par Max Richter

Six heures - Neuf heures, le samedi - La 1ere

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 7:07


François Pitton, programmateur sur La 1ère, propose "Les Quatre saisons" de Vivaldi, recomposées par le germano-britannique Max Richter.

Music Matters
Max Richter

Music Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 44:07


Tom Service talks to composer Max Richter about his latest project, ‘The New Four Seasons', a new version of his critically acclaimed take on Vivaldi's piece, played this time on period instruments by Chineke! Orchestra and soloist Elena Urioste. Why period instruments and what new did he learn from the experience? We visit Welsh National Opera, in Cardiff, to see rehearsals for the epic production of Migrations, to open this month, exploring the good and bad of both humans' and birds' movements across centuries - from a slave in Bristol, to NHS doctors arriving from India, to the challenges refugees face today. Tom hears from composer Will Todd and some of the 6 librettists, among them Sir David Pountney, Eric Ngalle Charles, Shreya Sen-Handley and Miles Chambers. There's news of a concert next month called ‘Looking Forward: the Orchestral Music of Afghanistan', blending traditional folk instruments with Western instruments, featuring the Oxford Philharmonic and Afghan soloists. The repertoire includes new pieces by Afghan composers, in exile or still living in hiding. Tom talks to curators of this event, the conductor Cayenna Ponchione-Bailey and composer and conductor Arson Fahim, and also to two of the composers taking part: flute virtuoso Zalai Pakta, who's in Kabul, and Elaha Soroor, who lives in the UK. Vera Wolkowicz talks to Tom about her book Inca Music Reimagined, published this month, examining how South America looked to the ancient past, in the early 20th-Century, to rebuild national cultural identities, in a fascinating cultural process. We learn about the opposing approaches by two composers in Perú: Daniel Alomía Robles and José María Valle Riestra, and also how popular music appropriated this legacy.

El ojo crítico
El ojo crítico - 'Hierba', de Keum Suk Gendry-Kim - 23/06/22

El ojo crítico

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 52:36


Charlamos con Keum Suk Gendry-Kim, autora de 'Hierba', una novela gráfica coreana que cuenta la historia de una "mujer de consuelo", o lo que es lo mismo, una esclava sexual. Susana Santaolalla nos trae lo nuevo de Joël Dicker, 'El caso Alaska Sanders', una secuela del best seller 'La verdad sobre el caso Harry Quebert'. Nos acercamos en directo a la sala Alcalá de Madrid, donde se subasta un Goya con un precio de salida de 2 millones de euros, y con Martín Llade, repasamos la obra de Max Richter. Escuchar audio

BetaSeries La Radio
Trois séries de SF à revoir sur Apple TV+

BetaSeries La Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022


À l'occasion de la sortie de la saison 3 de For All Mankind sur Apple TV+, c'est le moment de revenir sur trois autres séries de science-fiction qui logent sur la plateforme. Invasion et son histoire chorale On avait été surpris l'an dernier par la beauté d'Invasion, avec ses personnages que rien ne semblait lier et qui révèlent un destin de plus grande ampleur. Créée par Simon Kinberg (The Martian) et David Weil (Hunters), la série Apple Original de dix épisodes, Invasion c'est une histoire un peu lente, qui prend son temps pour s'installer et qui prend le contrepied des séries de science-fiction avec plein d'effets spéciaux. Comme son titre l'indique, une forme de vie intelligente a débarqué sur Terre (en tant que spectateur on le comprend très vite, mais pour les personnages, ils mettent quelques épisodes avant de le réaliser) et tout ne se passe pas dans la paix. Des personnages des quatre coins du globe vont se retrouver au cœur de notre histoire d'un enfant britannique qui tente de se montrer courageux à une Japonaise perdue ou encore un soldat américain. https://youtu.be/WZwflMVFyTM De par son ensemble chorale à ses effets spéciaux dignes d'un blockbuster, Apple TV+ n'a pas lésiné sur les moyens pour un budget estimé à 200 millions de dollars. Les plans cinématiques sont impressionnants, que ce soit les illustrations de paysages désertiques, au moindre détail d'une opération chirurgicale. En plus de cela, la musique de Max Richter fait son effet. Le compositeur d'Ad Astra bien habitué à des histoires épiques représente la valeur ajoutée de la série. Fondation et sa revisite d'une saga culte L'adaptation de la saga d'Isaac Asimov tant attendue par les fans a su créer de nouveaux fidèles. Ambitieuse et spectaculaire, Fondation donne vie à l'univers du maître de la science-fiction. Place à la psycho histoire, une discipline qui permet de prédire l'avenir tout en utilisant les mathématiques. L'Empire domine avec ses trois figures de Frères qui sont adulés par la galaxie. Mais quand Hari Seldon prédit la chute de l'Empire, il en faudra peu pour qu'il se fasse exiler avec ses suiveurs pour commencer une nouvelle colonie aux confins de la galaxie. Et quand cette fameuse colonie pourrait véritablement changer le futur, il va falloir trouver un moyen de les éliminer. https://youtu.be/VR4XqCzTFgI Alors que le livre d'Asimov est un petit volume pour son tome 1, la série de David G. Goyer et Josh Friedman ajoute de nombreux éléments à l'oeuvre originale. Ainsi, l'Empire galactique n'est plus une entité en arrière-plan du récit comme dans le premier livre, il a une place prépondérante avec cette fameuse dynastie génétique composée de trois empereurs, une idée neuve amenée par la série. L'adaptation développe ainsi des lignes narratives à peine évoquées dans le livre, comblant des trous creusés par des ellipses de parfois plusieurs siècles. Avec une histoire actualisée, les fondations de la série restent assez classiques mais abritent une très grande ambition. Roar et son anthologie dérangeante Peu promue et peu discutée, l'anthologie Roar explore l'absurdité de la vie. Dans le même concept que La quatrième dimension, voire aussi Black Mirror, Roar prend une expression de la vie courante qu'elle va raconter au premier degré. L'épisode avec Issa Rae parle de l'invisibilité on des minorités par exemple, et très rapidement elle va se faire littéralement ignorer par les Caucasiens. Dans celui avec Betty Gilpin qui illustre ce qu'est une Trophy Wife, son personnage va être déposé sur une étagère et y rester. On mentionnera également la présence de Nicole Kidman. Assez dérangeante, Roar fait réfléchir sur des petites choses de la vie quotidienne ainsi que sur des clichés plus ancrés. Tout comme dans les épisodes de La quatrième dimension, il n'y a pas de bonne fin mais plutôt des fins ouvertes qui font qu'on ne sait pas sur quel pied danser. https://youtu.be/RK1OtUOdfi0 La production ultra précise est une des forces de l'anthologie. En revanche, à trop pousser le premier degré, l'absurde semble desservir l'histoire et nous fait décrocher parfois du propos. Les métaphores sont nombreuses et complexes, et on a l'impression de voir une adaptation des œuvres d'Edgar Allan Poe dans le bizarre et parfois l'horrifique. Les huit épisodes disposent à leur bon vouloir d'une héroïne, l'anthologie étant adaptée d'un recueil de nouvelles de Cecelia Ahern qui prône l'empouvoirement. Si les deux premières séries promettent de nombreuses saisons, la dernière est une anthologie terminée que vous pouvez avaler d'un trait ! Les séries de genre ne manquent pas sur Apple TV+ alors faites un tour sur la plateforme.

Lost in Vinyl
Die Klaviatur der Gefühle

Lost in Vinyl

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 88:55


Welcome Peeps! Auf in eine neue vollgepackte Folge Lost in Vinyl wer ist dabei? Unter Anderen mit Magdalena Bay, Bob Mould, The Smile, Björk, Max Richter, Das Paradies und Brian Eno. Wenn das mal nicht Grund genug ist alles stehen und liegen zu lassen. Let's Go

Classical Music Discoveries
Episode 336: 18336 Max Richter - Spring 1

Classical Music Discoveries

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 44:45


A decade on from the release of his mesmerizing Recomposed album, trailblazing composer Max Richter returns to the sound world of Vivaldi's Four Seasons. Recorded with violinist Elena Urioste and the musicians of Chineke! Orchestra, The New Four Seasons sees Richter create a new version of his Recomposed score for period instruments – using gut strings and vintage synthesizers to create a “grittier, more punk rock sound”.Purchase the music (without talk) at:Max Richter - Spring 1 (classicalsavings.com)Your purchase helps to support our show! Classical Music Discoveries is sponsored by La Musica International Chamber Music Festival and Uber. @CMDHedgecock#ClassicalMusicDiscoveries #KeepClassicalMusicAlive#LaMusicaFestival #CMDGrandOperaCompanyofVenice #CMDParisPhilharmonicinOrléans#CMDGermanOperaCompanyofBerlin#CMDGrandOperaCompanyofBarcelonaSpain#ClassicalMusicLivesOn#Uber Please consider supporting our show, thank you!http://www.classicalsavings.com/donate.html staff@classicalmusicdiscoveries.com This album is broadcasted with the permission of Crossover Media Music Promotion (Zachary Swanson).

Les matins du samedi
Max Richter et la grotte Cosquer

Les matins du samedi

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022 5:08


durée : 00:05:08 - Les Envies du week-end - par : Caroline Broué - Ce weekend on vous propose de découvrir le nouvel enregistrement des Four Seasons recomposés par Max Richter et de descendre sous la mer pour admirer un joyau de l'art pariétal.

Private Passions
Jarvis Cocker

Private Passions

Play Episode Listen Later May 29, 2022 41:11


In a wide-ranging and engaging interview, musician Jarvis Cocker tells Michael Berkeley about the role classical music plays in his life and relationships. Fortunately for the world of music Jarvis Cocker abandoned his early ambition to be an astronaut and instead, at the age of 14, had the idea of forming a band called Pulp during an Economics lesson at school in Sheffield. Some 15 years later, Pulp was one of the most successful bands in the world, with a string of witty, emotionally raw, and musically inventive hits rooted in the details of real life. Since then, he has become a much-loved radio presenter with the long-running "Jarvis Cocker's Sunday Service" on BBC Six Music, and "Wireless Nights" on Radio 4. Amongst numerous other projects he has formed a new band, JARV IS…, and he has just published a memoir of his childhood and the early years of Pulp called Good Pop, Bad Pop. Jarvis describes how, during a long period of convalescence after an accident, he transformed the way he wrote songs, realizing that the details of everyday life around him in Sheffield provided a goldmine of material. He tells Michael how he coped with fame when it eventually arrived in his thirties, and how he has never conquered his stage fright. Jarvis chooses music by Schubert, Max Richter, Rachmaninoff, Eric Satie and Delius, all guaranteed to give him the ‘tingle' factor. He talks about the power of particular vinyl records to bring back memories of his teenage years in Sheffield and of his son as he was growing up in Paris. And he talks movingly about the role Richter's music played in his relationship with his dying father who had been absent for most of Jarvis's life. Producer: Jane Greenwood

All Heart with Paul Cardall
How to Get Better Sleep

All Heart with Paul Cardall

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 28:50


Millions of people have trouble getting enough sleep and are looking for solutions. Dove award winning pianist and All Heart podcast host Paul Cardall, who's experienced insomnia as a result of past medical challenges, explains the process of sleep and how music is helping people achieve the REM stage. That final and most important stage of fulfilling a deep sleep happens less and less as we age. Paul talks about his SLEEP project featuring 3 songs he composed during the pandemic to help him enjoy better sleep. He's making this personal tool available to fans so they can wake up refreshed and in a good mood.  This is the 42nd episode of All Heart with Paul Cardall.LISTEN TO SLEEP Why should you listen to this music before going to bed? Music can aid sleep by helping you feel relaxed and at ease. With streaming apps and portable speakers, it's easier than ever to take advantage of the power of music wherever you go. Given music's accessibility and potential sleep benefits, it might be a good time to try adding it to your nightly routine. We've known for years that music has the ability to enhance our moods and help us relax. This is because music affects different areas of the brain, and stimulates feel-good chemicals. SLEEP is created with certain frequencies that are known to trigger the sleep process in the brain, while relaxing the body. All Heart by Paul Cardall is sponsored by The Broken MiracleWatch on Youtube ABOUT PAUL CARDALLSteinway & Sons has endorsed him as one of the world's finest pianists. Dove Award-winning musician, composer, and producer,  His music is frequently categorized as Classical, Christian and New Age. With 11 No. 1 Billboard albums, 30 million monthly listeners and 3 million subscribed fans on social media. Paul s music has been streamed on platforms worldwide 3 billion times, which makes him one of the most listened to artists of our time.Paul was born with essentially half a heart and before his first day was finished, surgeons had cut into his infant body to save his life. He would spend virtually all of his life in and out of hospitals and recovering from surgeries. He received a heart transplant in 2009. Living with congenital heart disease has helped Paul understand the trauma imposed, particularly on a young person and their families. Paul has made it his life's mission to create and share piano music that is healing both physically and emotionally.Two of the many projects Paul's involved with include partnering with the The Ryan Seacrest Foundation to donate keyboards to children's hospitals nationwide. Paul and his wife, Kristina, who is from Cleveland, Ohio and a former Wall-street Analyst, established scholarships for students affected by medical bills associated with congenital heart disease because he believes in getting an education regardless of terminal diagnosis. Paul served as an executive board member of the Saving tiny Hearts Society, which seeds grass roots money for federal grant research in the field of congenital heart disease. In 2011, Utah State Board of Regents awarded Paul Cardall with an honorary doctorate.Paul has collaborated with Grammy winning artists CeCe Winans and Rachel Yamagata. He released a soundtrack album with a handful of artists for the The Broken Miracle, the No. 1 best-selling Amazon novel by J.D. Netto inspired by Paul's life living with only half a heart. Collaborations include songs and performances with David Archuleta, Tyler Glenn (Neon Trees), Ty Herndon, Thompson Square, Matt Hammitt and many others. In 1999, Paul founded Stone Angel Music, a record label, whose catalogue consists of Billboard charting albums by cellist Steven Sharp Nelson, guitarist Ryan Tilby, pianist Jason Lyle Black and David Tolk, Ryan Stewart, and various artist projects with a handful of former American Idol contests like Ashley Hess, Jordon Moyes, and Kenzie Hall. In 2018, Anthem Entertainment Group, one of today's most powerful publishers, acquired Paul's catalogue along with the albums he produced for Stone Angel Music, in one of the biggest instrumental acquisitions of the music industry's history. Anthem also owns music made popular by Tim McGraw, Justin Timberlake, Beyonce, Keith Urban, Jason Aldean, the Canadian trio Rush, and countless others.American Songwriter Magazine invited Cardall is also the host of a successful podcast, All Heart with Paul Cardall, and a YouTube series All Heart Adventures, featuring Cardall in various "bucket list" scenarios--living his life to the fullest, with gratitude and appreciation.Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PaulCardallMusicTwitter: https://twitter.com/paulcardallInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/paulcardall/

Sounds Like A Plan
'Space' – with composer Max Richter and visual artist Yulia Mahr

Sounds Like A Plan

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2022 42:45


Studio Richter Mahr is a multi-arts space recently opened by world-renowned composer Max Richter and award-winning visual artist Yulia Mahr. What they call their "art factory in the wood". 20 years in the planning, the space is carbon negative and created with sustainability at its heart – initiatives include generating their own clean solar energy to a kitchen garden serving food in the on-site cafe. Max and Yulia speak to hosts Fay Milton and Greg Cochrane about the design of the Oxfordshire studio, how they're opening it to emerging artists and the challenge of creating art that's themed around the climate emergency. As always, we'll also leave you with some recommendations. — Sounds Like A Plan series 3 is supported by Festival Republic. They put on festivals including Reading Festival, taking place at Richfield Avenue, between 26-28 August 2022. Weekend passes are now sold out, but keep an eye on Ticketmaster for any returned tickets which become available. https://www.ticketmaster.co.uk/reading-and-leeds-festival — Links to things discussed in the podcast: Studio Richter Mahr official website www.studiorichtermahr.com For photos of the studio, check out our podcast Instagram @soundslikeaplanpodcast — This episode's recommendations: Fay recommends: Heart Wisdom podcast, with Jack Kornfield https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/heart-wisdom-with-jack-kornfield/id923017416 Greg recommends: Billie Eilish's OVERHEATED event at The O2, London, June 10 onwards https://www.imoverheated.com/ — More from us on social media: Instagram – @soundslikeaplanpodcast Fay Milton Twitter – @faymilton Instagram – @faymilton Greg Cochrane Twitter – @Gregcochrane --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/new-allotment/message

C à vous la suite
Alain Chabat, Jonathan Cohen, Géraldine Nakache, Gérard Darmon et Jonathan Lambert - C à vous - 20/05/2022

C à vous la suite

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 58:27


Au programme de C à vous la suite : C la festival - En direct du festival de Cannes ! • Alain Chabat prête sa voix à Goscinny • Rencontre avec des dissidents russes sur la Croisette Invité·es : Jonathan Cohen, Géraldine Nakache, Gérard Darmon et Jonathan Lambert • « Cà vous » spécial le flambeau • Jonathan Cohen rallume la flamme avec « le flambeau » • La parodie hilarante de « Koh-Lanta » par Jonathan Cohen • Jonathan Cohen ouvre les vannes • « Le flambeau » : pour l'amour du rire • Jonathan Cohen : pour l'humour du risque ! • Jonathan Cohen : l'aventurier du rire • G. Nakache, J. Cohen, G. Darmon, J. Lambert : à la fin, il n'en restera qu'un ! • « Le flambeau » : à la fin, il n'en restera qu'un ! La Story médias - Le pire de la téléréalité L'ABC - Les actualités de Bertrand Chameroy • Jean Castex passe le flambeau • Les chaînes infos meublent... beaucoup • Jean-Michel Blanquer et la chorale des mini Matthieu Belliard • Législatives : des débats et de nouvelles expressions • Façonnage de pipe au 12/13 • Direction Cannes • Le zoom interminable du live de Max Richter

C à vous la suite
Marion Cotillard, Melvil Poupaud, Arnaud Desplechin et Max Richter - C à vous - 17/05/2022

C à vous la suite

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 57:07


Au programme de C à vous la suite : C le festival - Ouverture du 75ème festival de Cannes ! • Michel Hazanavicius, amoureux de séries Z • Dans les secrets de la Palme d'or Invité·es : Marion Cotillard, Melvil Poupaud et Arnaud Desplechin • « Frère et sœur », le nouveau film d'Arnaud Desplechin • M. Cotillard, A. Desplechin et M. Poupaud : Famille, je vous hais • « Frère et sœur », le film événement de la croisette • M. Cotillard et M. Poupaud, frère et sœur pour A. Desplechin • M. Cotillard, muse d'Arnaud Desplechin Invité : Max Richter, compositeur Le live : Max Richter interprète “Spring 1” • Max Richter, le musicien le plus streamé au monde • Max Richter continue de nous bercer L'ABC - Les actualités de Bertrand Chameroy • Le déjeuner d'Élisabeth Borne avec Emmanuel Macron • Les calembours sur le nom d'Élisabeth Borne • Une Première ministre techno • Le bac a débuté • Clin d'oeil à la rédac de 20 minutes • Édito : il fait lourd

The Offcast: Conversations with musical mavericks
Daniella Strasfogel: New music trends

The Offcast: Conversations with musical mavericks

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 41:56


Berlin violinist, performer and music mediator Daniella Strasfogel talks about musical identities, music for children and international new music trends. Through her years of development as an artist, Daniella has consistently sought to deepen her understanding of her body as a vessel for interpretation, through the instrument and the voice as well as through physicality of movement and gesture. She is a founding member of the Solistenensemble Kaleidoskop Berlin and was artistic director of the ensemble from 2010-2015.Daniella Strasfogel: https://www.daniellastrasfogel.com/__________– Discussed in this episode –• Schrumpf!:https://www.loudsoft.de/schrumpf/• Ensemble Adapter: http://www.ensemble-adapter.de/• Splitter Orchester: https://splitter.berlin/• Splinter Orchestra: https://www.splinterorchestra.com/• Kaleidoskop: https://kaleidoskopmusik.de/• Ernstalbrecht Steibler: http://www.ernstalbrecht-stiebler.de/• Ethan Braun: https://www.ethanbraun.com/• Entartete Musik (Degenerate Music): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Degenerate_music• György Kurtág: https://www.boosey.com/composer/gyorgy+kurtag• Darmstädter Ferienkurse für Neue Musik (Darmstadt Summer Course for New Music): https://internationales-musikinstitut.de/en/ferienkurse/• Thomas Meadowcroft: http://www.thomasmeadowcroft.com/• Donaueschinger Musiktage (The Donaueschingen Festival): https://www.donaueschingen.de/musiktage• Max Richter: https://www.maxrichtermusic.com/• André Rieu: https://www.andrerieu.com/__________Opening music: Heaven Only Empty (2014) – Damien RicketsonClosing music: Light for the First Time (2017) – Bree van ReykThe Offcast is hosted by Claire Edwardes OAM, and produced and edited by Ben Robinson.Ensemble Offspring: https://ensembleoffspring.com/This episode of The Offcast is sponsored by Limelight

Spoken Word
Giving Voice to the Declaration of Human Rights

Spoken Word

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022


This show plays extracts from the CD, Voices, where German born, British composer Max Richter combines a spoken word rendition of parts of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights with his own musical composition. Produced by Di Cousens.

owrsi | پادکست اورسی
قسمت ۲۰ پادکست اورسی - رویا، زبان از یاد رفته

owrsi | پادکست اورسی

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 26:34


قسمت بیستم پادکست اورسی - رویا، زبان از یاد رفتهموضوع این قسمت را بعد از دیدن مستندی به اسم «خواب» انتخاب کردیم. Max Richter آلبومی به همین اسم منتشر کرده که شامل بیشتر از هشت ساعت موسیقی پیوسته‌ست. مستند گزارشی راجع به همین آلبوم و کنسرت‌هایی که برگزار کرده است. در این کنسرت‌ها مخاطبین روی تخت دراز می‌کشند و چند ساعت آزادانه با موسیقی به ناخودآگاهشان سفر می‌کنند. در قسمت بیستم سعی کردیم تا به جهان ناخودآگاه و عالم رویا سرکی بکشیم.حامی این قسمت: مدرسۀ اینورسhttp://inverseonline.com/حمایت از پادکست:https://payping.ir/owrsi-----نقاشی استفاده شده روی جلد، اثر Johannes Vermeer – A Girl Asleepآهنگ‌های استفاده شده را در اسپاتیفای بشنوید. وبسایت اورسیمحتوا و آهنگ‌های استفاده شده:00:00 تا 00:30 | موسیقی تیتراژ پادکست، ساختۀ بامداد افشار00:30 تا 01:30 | Piccola Orchestra Avion Travel – Dormi e sogna02:30 تا 03:30 | Joep Beving - Morpheus Dream03:00 تا 04:00 | برنامۀ پرگار با موضوع رویا04:30 تا 15:30 | Max Richter - Whose Name Is Written On Water 05:00 تا 08:00 | صحبت‌های ایمان شفیعا راجع به رویا و ناخودآگاه جمعی10:30 تا 15:00 | تجربۀ خروج از بدن علی فرمانی17:00 تا 18:00| Patrick Watson - Dream for Dreaming18:00 تا 19:00 | مقالۀ رویای شفاف از نگاه علم و دین18:00 تا 19:00 | Shaman - Lucid Dreams 45 Hz Theta Wave19:30 تا 21:00 | آتنا بیژن‌زاده از منظر آنیما و آنیموس به موضوع رویا پرداخته20:00 تا 22:00 | Mehdi Payvaste - Scheemo23:00 تا 26:30 | Crows in the Rain - Dri:merz Path / Way24:00 تا 25:00 | بخشی از کتاب «قدرت اسطوره» - جوزف کمبل، خوانش حسین کرمی Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Ctrl Alt Delete
#384 Clemmie Burton-Hill: The Power Of Classical Music

Ctrl Alt Delete

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 36:47


Clemmie Burton Hill on the podcast today. I became friends with Clemmie years ago now when she interviewed me at Hay festival about my book and ever since then we spoke about books, work, life and everything in between. Clemmie is a broadcaster, author, novelist, journalist, violinist and a lover of arts and music. On the morning of January the 20th 2020, only weeks before the pandemic turned the world upside dow, Clemmie suffered a catastrophic brain injury. One moment she was in a meeting in New York where she lives with her husband and two children. She is one of the most inspirational and magical people I know. Today we're discussing her brilliant book, Another Year of Wonder, a fantastic book making classical music more accessible to everyone with a song for every day. She's given me a song for every mood and every feeling that I can't really conjure up with words. I hope you enjoy this episode.My Substack page, come and say hi: https://thehyphen.substack.com/Clemmie's book: https://uk.bookshop.org/a/153/9781472259370My books: https://uk.bookshop.org/contributors/emma-gannonBooks mentioned on Ctrl Alt Delete podcast: https://uk.bookshop.org/lists/books-mentioned-on-ctrl-alt-delete-podcastTwitter: Twitter.com/emmagannonInstagram: Instagram.com/emmagannonukCHOOSE LOVE: https://chooselove.org/Max Richter: https://www.maxrichtermusic.com/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

DJ Ribose Podcast

With tracks from Simon Hinter, Beau Zwart, Funkky Feat. Mavhungu, Trans-4M, Black Spuma, Tech Support, Luke Hess & Harrison, Space Ghost, Shur-I-Kan Vs Milton Jackson, Fatboy Slim, Julio Cruz, Sarah Wild, Delano Smith & Brian Kage, Los Niños (Luciano And Michel Cleis), E-Dancer, Depeche Mode, DBX, Cobblestone Jazz, Alain Ho, X-Press 2, Max Richter. Contact: dj@ribeaud.ch.

Lost in Vinyl
#humanknosti

Lost in Vinyl

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 29, 2022 120:26


Seid gegrüßt und haltet euch fest, denn heute ist Merch-Alarm! Nibras ist aktiv geworden und präsentiert eine absolut fantastische Community-Überraschung. Und sie verdient ihren Namen, ihr werdet sehen. Aus der Kategorie rundes Plastik verführen wir euch heute z.B. mit neuen Alben und Represses von Destroyer, The Streets, Bloc Party, Max Richter und Arcade Fire. Take a seat!

This Is A Voice
Golden Nuggets 28th March - Vocal warmups - the what, the when & the why

This Is A Voice

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 28, 2022 18:41 Transcription Available


Vocal warmups. What are you warming up? Should you change your warmup depending on the job? What happens long-term when you do a targeted warmup?Gillyanne shares a case history of creating a targeted warmup for a professional singer, and Jeremy tells the story of MD-ing the national tour of Calamity Jane and how the cast knew his warmups were different.There are excerpts from Webinar 6, "What's In A Warmup", now on the Learning Lounge.And we talk about the SIX areas a singer needs to warm up.This week, Inspiration of the Week is all about the ultimate cool-down.Go to the Vocal Process Learning Lounge for the "What's In A Warmup" webinar, plus 600 more videos and resources herehttps://vocal-process-hub.teachable.com/p/the-vocal-technique-learning-loungeBook a coaching session to refresh your voice and get a bespoke vocal warmup created by Gillyanne or Jeremyhttps://DrGillyanneKayesJeremyFisherInspirationSession.as.me/ Or sign up for the Vocal Process newsletter to read Jeremy's articles here https://vocalprocess.co.uk/build-your-own-tilting-larynx/Check out Max Richter's Sleep album here https://www.maxrichtermusic.com/albums/sleep/

El último humanista
Un viaje trascendente en el Bosque Nacional de la Montaña Blanca

El último humanista

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 26, 2022 107:16


Hoy narraremos una experiencia de trascendencia en el bosque nacional de la montaña blanca.  Música: Vivaldi Recomposed by Max Richter. 

Hearts of Space Promo Podcast
PGM 1313 'PIANO PURO' : mar.25 - apr.1

Hearts of Space Promo Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 26, 2022


A quiet movement in contemporary music got started unintentionally in 1973, when a lanky, laid back American folk musician named GEORGE WINSTON released an album of ballads, blues, and ragtime called PIANO SOLOS. Influenced by the folk music revival of the 1960s, it was a modest success that attracted the attention of the rising Windham Hill label. In 1980 Winston released AUTUMN, an album of impressionistic solo piano ballads that caught the spirit of the times, sold over a million copies, and helped establish the success of what later came to be called New Age music. Of course, European classical composers had been writing sophisticated music for solo piano ever since the pianoforte was invented at the beginning of the 18th century. But Winston's "rural folk piano" (as he called it) was something different: simple, lyrical, quiet, imagistic, and American as cherry pie. By avoiding the technical virtuosity and complexity of European classical music, Winston opened up a populist alternative. Today, musicians all over the world continue to create personal music for solo piano that combines the sophistication of European classical with the effortless appeal of folk music. On this transmission of Hearts of Space, a program of recent contemplative music for solo piano called PIANO PURO. Music is by NILS FRAHM, LUDOVICO EINAUDI, MAX RICHTER, RODELIUS & TIM STORY, PETE KUZMA, and MATTHEW LABARGE. [ view playlist ] [ view Flickr image gallery ] [ play 30 second MP3 promo ]

Born of Wonder
S3 EP34: Into the Land of Faerie

Born of Wonder

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 22, 2022 35:31


A throwback episode - mischievous fairies in the Hills, fiddle music, Yeats, places where a 100 years can pass in one night, where 'what is lost can be restored.' Ever wonder what's beyond the hills of heather? On this episode, Katie leads us into some magical realms, the land of Faeirie and Myth.    www.bornofwonder.com Instagram @bornofwonder   "Spring 1" Max Richter, Recomposed, Vivaldi's Four Seasons https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WaCib0B8T24    Leave a review for the podcast on iTunes and leave a star rating on Spotify!    Support the podcast on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/bornofwonder?fan_landing=true     Recommendation: Kristin Lavransdatter by Sigrid Undset 

EpitomeBooks پادکست خلاصه کتاب‌ها
اپیزود پنجاه و هشتم: موج سوم

EpitomeBooks پادکست خلاصه کتاب‌ها

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 16, 2022 74:53


ما چه تصوری از آینده داریم؟ آیا جهان به همین شکل ادامه پیدا می‌کند و اگر احیانا تحولاتی رخ بدهد خیلی آرام‌ خواهد بود و انقلابی نیستند؟ یا نه جهان به آخرالزمان نزدیک شده است و چیزی به نابودی‌اش باقی نمانده، همانطور که با تهدید اتمی روسیه چنین احساسی در مردم قوت گرفته است. شاید هم جهان از لحاظ تکنولوژیکی انسان‌ها را به بند بکشد همچون فضای تیره و ترسناکی که در سریال بلک میرور تصویر می‌شود. نقطه مشترک همه این تصورات این است که منفعلانه‌اند. یعنی منتظریم تا ببینم چه پیش خواهد آمد. پس ما کجای این تصور از آینده قرار داریم؟ آیا در ساختن آینده تاثیری داریم؟ آیا باید تنها شاهد تصمیمات اقلیت‌های حاکم باشیم یا نه می‌توانیم از اشتباهات گذشته درس بگیریم و جهانی انسانی‌تر بسازیم؟ یا به عبارتی آینده‌ای را تصور کنیم که ما در آن نقشی منفعلانه نداشته باشیم؟ لینک‌های پشتیبانی از پادکست برای دوستان خارج کشور از طریق واریز به حساب پی‌پل برای دوستان ساکن ایران از طریق درگاه زرین پال ممنون از اینکه کمک می‌کنین تا ما بهتر و بیشتر پادکست تولید کنیم. کانال یوتیوب پادکست کانال کتابخوانی پادکست کلاب‌هاوس پادکست مشخصات کتاب عنوان: موج سوم نویسنده: الوین تافلر مترجم: شهیندخت خوارزمی ناشر: نو تعداد صفحات: 674   موسیقی‌های پادکست قطعه Defeated Clown از Hildur Guðnadóttir. موسیقی تیتراژ سریال West World از رامین جوادی The Surrender از Ennio Morricone. قطعه Written On The Sky از آلبوم The Blue Notebooks ساخته Max Richter. کاور قطعه Day one از موسیقی فیلم Interstellar ساخته Hans Zimmer. قطعه Conquest Of Paradise از Vangelis. کاور قطعه rush از Hans Zimmer. Rabbia E Tarantella از Ennio Morricone.

Músicas posibles
Músicas posibles - Hiperbaladas - 12/03/22

Músicas posibles

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 12, 2022 53:09


La emoción desnuda en el trabajo de artistas como los que hoy suenan en el programa: Stephan Micus, Ólafur Arnalds, múm, Max Richter y Baltic Sea Philharmonic con Kristjan Järv, Hildur Guðnadóttir en la voz de Emily D'Angelo y das freie orchester de Berlin con Jarkko Riihimäki, Kronos Quartet y las Vahdat, Peter Gregson, o Philip Glass en manos del Dúo Cassadó. Escuchar audio

low light mixes
Between These Breaths

low light mixes

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 30, 2022 59:10


    In April of 2020 I posted "Of Reed and Breath" which is an ambient sax mix. You can find that mix here: http://lowlightmixes.blogspot.com/2020/04/of-reed-and-breath.html https://www.mixcloud.com/lowlight/of-reed-and-breath/   When I created that one I wasn't sure how it would work. Turns out, ambient sax is a great theme to build a mix on. I've been planning on a follow up for a long time and it's finally here.   Since that first mix two years ago I have totally bought into wind instruments in ambient and modern composition music. That's why my fav album from last year was "Departures" by mastroKristo(who makes an appearance in this mix). From Clariloops to Sam Gendel to Dirk Serries to Andrew Heath, sax and other woodwinds have become a big part of my ambient listening habit. All the tracks in this mix are excellent but I especially love the cut from Matt Borghi & Michael Teager and the cut from Dirk Serries. Perfect combo of sax and ambient. I also have to mention the final track Max Richter's On the Nature of Daylight by Signum Saxophone Quartet. That track is one of my favorites of all time so when I found a sax quartet cover of it I nearly lost my mind. Perfect way to end the mix. Cheers!   T R A C K L I S T : 00:00    Ethan Braun + Sam Gendel - 1/2 SCULPTURE [Rio Nilo 66 2021] 04:14    mastroKristo - The Breath [Depatures 2021] 07:05    Phillip Schroeder - On Occasion [Passage Through a Dream 2015] 10:25    Jefre Cantu-Ledesma - For Mothers [A Little Night Music Aural Apparitions from the Geographic North 2020] 14:15    Matt Borghi and Michael Teager - Stationary Voyage [Subterranean Bearings 2020] 19:25    Dirk Serries & Trösta - Oceanus [Island On The Moon 2021] 26:22    Night Gestalt - Between Two Breaths [Thousand Year Waves 2021] 31:34    Fuubutsushi - Cicada Season [Fuubutsushi 2020] 34:00    Carmen Villain - Agua Azul [Sketch for Winter IX: Perlita 2021] 38:25    M. Sage - Spinnaker on a Southerly [The Wind of Things 2021] 41:14    Klaus Gesing, Björn Meyer, Samuel Rohrer - What We Leave [Amiira 2016] 45:52    Pino Palladino, Blake Mills - Notes with Attachments [Notes with Attachments 2021] 47:37    Sam Gendel & Shin Sasakubo - Reeds [Sam Gendel & Shin Sasakubo 2021] 49:54    Okomotive, Joel Schoch - Sail, my Friend! [FAR: Lone Sails Soundtrack 2018] 53:00    Signum Saxophone Quartet - On the Nature of Daylight for Saxophone Quartet and Cello [Echoes 2021] 59:13    end

El último humanista
La mitología, una terapia para la ansiedad existencial

El último humanista

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2022 93:15


En el audio de hoy vamos a hablar de la mitología como denominador común en los seres humanos. Hablaremos de los paralelos con nuestra ansiedad para lograr la inmortalidad y algunas reflexiones personales. Imagen: Hércules Y Cáncer, Cerámica Ateniense, Museo del Louvre. Artículo con Nerea Lopetegui Lia publicado en Journal of Religion and Health. Hercules and Cancer: A Metaphorical Attempt to Beat Immortality: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10943-021-01420-5 Link del número del Journal of Humanistic Psychiatry con el artículo sobre la visita a Grecia. A Psychiatrist's Odissey to the Oracle of Delphi: http://www.humanisticpsychiatry.com/issues/shame-and-guilt/ Música: Beethoven: Moonlight Sonata; Max Richter interpretation of Beethoven: Opus 2020.   

El último humanista
El sueño

El último humanista

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 85:03


Hoy hablaremos del sueño, los trastornos del sueño y la historia del sueño como tratamiento en psiquiatría.  Música: Dream 3 y Sunlight de Max Richter.

low light mixes
Best(favorite) Ambient Albums of 2021 part 2

low light mixes

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2022 78:53


A few things I noticed from my year-end list - no berlin-school music, very little what I would call 'space' music, a fair amount of dusty, loop music like Maps & Diagrams or Tapes & Topographies, several guitar based albums like Dave Depper, Dave Nelson, SUSS, and Devendra Banhart, and lastly, a lot of modern classical/modern composition albums from Mastrokristo & Alapastel to Max Richter and Viktor Orri Árnason and Glåsbird. That collection of favorites is nothing new for me. I've been a big fan of that dusty, noisy, loop-based style for a long time & as modern composition has grown over the years, so has my interest. Although, I may need to dive back into spacey, droney ambient like the stuff in the stargazing mixes. I guess there's not much else to say for this post other than here is part 2 of my favorite ambient albums of 2021. Cheers!   T R A C K L I S T : 00:00    Ben Seretan - Cicada Waves 1 [Cicada Waves on NNA Tapes] 05:45    Sonmi451 - Lampenfiber [Seven Signals in the Sky on Laaps] 10:10    Bombay Dub Orchestra - Cultivating Compassion (Instrumental Version) Part 3 [Cultivating Compassion (Instrumental Version) on Six Degrees] 15:08    Glåsbird - Last Ritual [Siberia on Whitelabrecs] 24:26    Sailcloth - Red Woods [Woodcut on Lost Tribe Sound] 27:00    Dave Nelson - Easy and Preferred Answers [The Act of Vanishing] 29:52    Devendra Banhart, Noah Georgeson - Three Gates [Refuge on Dead Oceans] 33:25    Jens Pauly, Stijn Hüwels - The Leaves Will Fade [When The Night Ends on Vaagner] 39:36    Dirk Serries - Recloose(excerpt) [Recloose] 48:26    anthéne - Winter Sun [maritime on Ambientologist 2021] 53:17    Wil Bolton - Unraveling [Cumulus Sketches on Home Normal] 59:05    Jeannine Schulz - River [Luminous on Polar Seas] 63:17    Just a Human - Revive(Outro) [Hibernate] 65:25    Enrico Coniglio - Everything and Nothing [Alpine Variations on Dronarivm] 68:50    Asc & Inhmost - Obscured Form [Dimensional Space on Auxilairy] 75:07    Peter Gregson - Over [Patina on Deutsche Grammophon] 76:51    end

El último humanista
El veganismo

El último humanista

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2021 106:08


Hoy, mi querido amigo Manuel Alfocea viene como colaborador para reflexionar sobre el veganismo y nuestra existencia. Colaborador: Manuel Alfocea Música: Country roads y meditative music de Alessandro Ricciarelli; The wanderer y to the stars de Max Richter.

The Cultural Frontline
Batila and Dandy: Why we make music

The Cultural Frontline

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2021 27:19


What happens when Bantu-soul meets English pop? Congolese musician Batila and British singer Dandy talk to Datshiane Navanayagam about how making music helps them to make sense of the societies they live in. Liraz is an Israeli singer, actress and dancer, who's one of Israel's biggest stars. She speaks to Datshiane about her latest album, Zan which means "women" in Farsi. It's a record that has had a lifetime poured into it, as it draws heavily on her family's history and roots in Iran. Has a film, a song or an exhibition ever changed the way you see the world? Acclaimed composer and pianist Max Richter discusses the creative power of the Japanese artist Ryoji Ikeda. (Image: Batila and Dandy. Credit (Batila): Daron Bandeira)