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Building Abundant Success!!© with Sabrina-Marie
Episode 2348: Charlie Thomas ~ Tribute ~ The Drifters, Rock & Roll of Fame Inductee & Original Member talks about His Life, The Group & Ben E. King Pt.1!!

Building Abundant Success!!© with Sabrina-Marie

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 3, 2023 46:15


Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, Rhythm & Blues Foundation Inductee,Grammy® Award NomineeA  Music Group  BEFORE my Time that created Beautiful Music that is Classic & Treasured Today !! I LOVE MANY Genre's of Music, I Have a Special Place in my Heart for The Drifter's Music. This is my Tribute Show to a True Classy Gentleman, The last remaining Original Group Member who recorded the Music Hits, Charlie Thomas who just passed away this Week January 31st, 2023. This is Part 1 of my interview with him.Charlie actually Thanked Me for Interviewing HIM?!, the Honor was ALL Mine, What a Gentleman!Charles Thomas  was an American singer best known for his work with The Drifters. Thomas was performing with The Five Crowns at the Apollo Theater in 1958 when George Treadwell fired his group, called The Drifters. Treadwell recruited the Five Crowns to become the new Drifters. Although the Five Crowns never made any impression on the national charts under their own name, they regularly charted locally in New York and were stars in Harlem.The new Drifters' first release was the 1959 hit "There Goes My Baby".  This version of the group released the smash "There Goes My Baby," working for the first time with legendary songwriter/producers Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller, and followed with a string of hits including the top 10 "Save The Last Dance For Me" and "This Magic Moment." Charlie was lead singer on two of the group's top 40 hits, "Sweets for My Sweet" and "When My Little Girl Is Smiling". Their late-'50s incarnation, featuring original members Doc Green, James Clark, Elsbeary Hobbs, Ben E. King, and Charles Thomas, became the post-1958 Drifters, responsible for "There Goes My Baby" and the core of the group that later recorded "Up on the Roof," "Under the Boardwalk," and "On Broadway."Most of The Drifters biggest hits featured different lead singers:Ben E. King “There Goes My Baby” “Dance With Me” “This Magic Moment” “Save the Last Dance for Me” “I Count the Tears” Charlie Thomas “Sweets for My Sweet” “Room Full of Tears” “When My Little Girl is Smiling” Rudy Lewis “Some Kind of Wonderful” “Up On the Roof” “Please Stay” “On Broadway” Clyde McPhatter “Money Honey” “Honey Love” Bill Pinkney“White Christmas” (with Clyde McPhatter)Johnny Moore “Adorable” “Fools Fall In Love” “Ruby Baby” “Under the Boardwalk” “I've Got Sand in My Shoes” “Saturday Night at the Movies” Bobby Hendricks“Drip Drop”© 2023 Building Abundant Success!!2023 All Rights ReservedJoin Me on ~ iHeart Media @ https://tinyurl.com/iHeartBASSpot Me on Spotify: https://tinyurl.com/yxuy23baAmazon ~ https://tinyurl.com/AmzBASAudacy:  https://tinyurl.com/BASAud

ETDPODCAST
Nr. 4130 Media Tenor: Deutsche Leitmedien berichten einförmig – Image deutlich schlechter

ETDPODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2023 5:38


Eine Studie von Media Tenor im Auftrag der CDU bescheinigt ARD, ZDF und RTL eine uniforme Berichterstattung. Das Image der Leitmedien trübe sich ein. Web: https://www.epochtimes.de Probeabo der Epoch Times Wochenzeitung: https://bit.ly/EpochProbeabo Twitter: https://twitter.com/EpochTimesDE YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC81ACRSbWNgmnVSK6M1p_Ug Telegram: https://t.me/epochtimesde Gettr: https://gettr.com/user/epochtimesde Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EpochTimesWelt/ Unseren Podcast finden Sie unter anderem auch hier: iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/at/podcast/etdpodcast/id1496589910 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/277zmVduHgYooQyFIxPH97 Unterstützen Sie unabhängigen Journalismus: Per Paypal: http://bit.ly/SpendenEpochTimesDeutsch Per Banküberweisung (Epoch Times Europe GmbH, IBAN: DE 2110 0700 2405 2550 5400, BIC/SWIFT: DEUTDEDBBER, Verwendungszweck: Spenden) Vielen Dank! (c) 2022 Epoch Times

The One Way Ticket Show
Opera Tenor, Arts Advocate & Pilot , Michael Fabiano's One Way Ticket to Mars and More.

The One Way Ticket Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2023 100:00


Michael Fabiano is a distinguished international opera singer. As a tenor, he regularly performs at leading opera houses worldwide. In 2014, Michael won both the Richard Tucker Award  and the Beverly Sills Artist Award, making him the first singer to win both prestigious honors in the same year. His musical artistry is matched by his passionate commitment to arts education. Michael is the Co-Founder & Executive Director of ArtSmart - a non-profit that transforms the lives of youth in under-resourced communities across the US through tuition-free music lessons and mentorship by paid, professional artists. While opera is his passion, Michael's large focus is building a better future for Americans seeking greater upward mobility. It is his belief that the arts is one of the great unifiers and a catalyst for success in life. Additionally, as an entrepreneur, Michael is a partner in Resonance, an operating system for creative organizations and businesses that streamlines everything from payroll to spreadsheets and email to employee communication. He is an active private pilot, a life-long baseball umpire, and writes extensively in blogs and articles about the American educative experience. On this episode Michael shares his one way ticket to Mars. Plus, in our sweeping conversation, he highlights why arts education is critical to a child's development, and why college campuses should be marketplaces of ideas (which he believes they're currently not). Michael also calls for a re-imagined opera experience, which includes cell phone use and food and drink enjoyed in the theatre itself. Michael is just one of the exceptional individuals featured on the podcast where Host Steven Shalowitz explores with his guest where they would go if given a one way ticket, no coming back! Their destinations may be in the past, present, future, real, imaginary or state of mind.  Steven's guests have included: Nobel Peace Prize Winner, President Jose Ramos-Horta; General David H. Petraeus, US Army (Ret.); Legendary Talk Show Host, Dick Cavett; Law Professor, Alan Dershowitz; Fashion Expert, Tim Gunn; Broadcast Legend, Charles Osgood; International Rescue Committee President & CEO, David Miliband; Former United States Senator, Joseph I. Lieberman; Playwright, David Henry Hwang; Journalist-Humorist-Actor, Mo Rocca; SkyBridge Capital Founder & Co-Managing Partner, Anthony Scaramucci; Abercrombie & Kent Founder, Geoffrey Kent; Travel Expert, Pauline Frommer, as well as leading photographers, artists, chefs, writers, intellectuals, etc.

Tributo A La Música De Ayer
Al Amparo De La Roca [por Gilberto Rodríguez]

Tributo A La Música De Ayer

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2023 8:16


AL AMPARO DE LA ROCA [Por Gilberto Rodríguez] - En este episodio viajaremos casi 7 décadas* en el pasado, específicamente el año 1954, para escuchar la majestuosa y poderosa voz del tenor Gilberto Rodríguez, interpretando un poderoso cántico que nos recuerda que en Dios tenemos el Admirable Refugio y Poder. No importa cuántas sean las pruebas, nunca estamos desamparados. Dios es nuestro Amparo y nuestra Fortaleza, la Eterna Roca. *Nota: Conviene notar qué la música original ha sufrido mucho deterioro debido a sus 70 años de existencia. [Podcast Tributo A La Música De Ayer | Música: «Al Amparo De La Roca» interpretado por Gilberto Rodríguez | Música adicional: Solid Rock Orchestra; DailyBread Music; Psalm Drummers; Emmanuel & Linda | Narrador: José M. Viera; Voces Adicionales: Landers Amaya; Leslie Ann Viera | Duración: 08:15 minutos | Episodio 41 de la Serie | Programa 297] Mis otros Podcasts • Hoy Es Mi Díahttps://www.spreaker.com/show/... • Tributo A La Música De Ayerhttps://www.spreaker.com/show/... • Reflexiones Del Génesishttps://www.spreaker.com/show/... • Orando Soy Más Fuertehttps://www.spreaker.com/show/... • Programación Especialhttps://www.spreaker.com/show/...

Today with Claire Byrne
Cartoon Concert Orchestra

Today with Claire Byrne

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 9:46


Aedín Gormley, RTE Lyric FM presenter, Dr Gavan Ring, Tenor

Staatsoper Hamburg Podcasts
Peter Hofbauer: 35 Jahre Inspizient an der Staatsoper Hambrug

Staatsoper Hamburg Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 19:14


Was auf der Bühne geschieht, ist nicht mehr Peter Hofbauers Sache. Alles von der Pforte bis zum Bühnenrand hingegen schon: Wann muss wer wo stehen? Welcher Bühnenteil dreht sich in welche Richtung? Auf welche Art und Weise soll die Komparserie die Bühne betreten? Und wo sind schon wieder Tenor und Sopranistin, die doch gleich ihren Auftritt haben. Die Arbeit eines Inspizienten am Theater ist unübersichtlich, aber nach 35 Jahren an der Staatsoper Hamburg hat Peter Hofbauer gelernt, die Vorstellungen sicher von seinem Pult aus zu lenken. Peter Hofbauers Eintritt in den Ruhestand nehmen wir als Anlass, ihm mal selbst eine Bühne zu bieten. Wobei: Treuen Hörer*innen unseres Podcasts dürfte seine Stimme bestens bekannt sein...

Cancelled Culture TODAY
You must think that I'm a fool,” he warbles—his gorgeous, exotic tenor finding genuine-sounding emotion in boilerplate self-flagellation. Fo

Cancelled Culture TODAY

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 0:06


POPeracast
0061 - Ercole Himself! (Tenor Logan Webber)

POPeracast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2022 18:47


POPeracast host Jennifer Miller Hammel talks with tenor Logan Webber about his title role of Ercole. (AKA Hercules!)  GET YOUR TICKETS NOW!  POP is back with the US Premiere of Vivaldi's Ercole su'l Termodonte at the intimate Highland Park Ebell Club for 8 performances January 6 - 21.

ETDPODCAST
Nr. 3964 „Eine völlig andere Welt“ – Dresdner Tenor begeistert von Shen-Yun-Auftakt in Berlin

ETDPODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022


Mit drei Vorhängen und jubelndem Applaus hieß das Berliner Publikum die Künstler von Shen Yun Performing Arts willkommen. Die Premiere der neuen Europatournee war ein voller Erfolg. Web: https://www.epochtimes.de Probeabo der Epoch Times Wochenzeitung: https://bit.ly/EpochProbeabo Twitter: https://twitter.com/EpochTimesDE YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC81ACRSbWNgmnVSK6M1p_Ug Telegram: https://t.me/epochtimesde Gettr: https://gettr.com/user/epochtimesde Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EpochTimesWelt/ Unseren Podcast finden Sie unter anderem auch hier: iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/at/podcast/etdpodcast/id1496589910 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/277zmVduHgYooQyFIxPH97 Unterstützen Sie unabhängigen Journalismus: Per Paypal: http://bit.ly/SpendenEpochTimesDeutsch Per Banküberweisung (Epoch Times Europe GmbH, IBAN: DE 2110 0700 2405 2550 5400, BIC/SWIFT: DEUTDEDBBER, Verwendungszweck: Spenden) Vielen Dank! (c) 2022 Epoch Times

Los Tenores de ADN
Los Tenores debaten por la cantidad de extranjeros en los clubes chilenos

Los Tenores de ADN

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 81:31


Cristián Arcos, Danilo Díaz, Rodrigo Hernández, Gonzalo Álvarez y Víctor Cruces analizaron la situación de los clubes nacionales en el arranque de la pretemporada para Colo Colo. También conversaron con Frederick Arancibia tras la visita de la Ministra del Deporte, Alexandra Benado, y también tanto el "Tenor del Pueblo" como "El que más sabe" debatieron duramente por la cantidad de extranjeros que deberían haber en los clubes nacionales.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Theatre Podcast with Alan Seales
Ep245 - Tovah Feldshuh: Bringing Real Mom Love to to Lea Michele and Julie Benko

The Theatre Podcast with Alan Seales

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 57:05


With a Broadway career spanning over 50 years, Tovah Feldshuh takes us through her journey as she shares her life as an actress, wife, and mother. While she loves politics, it's her love of people that motivates her to fight for what she believes in and help in every way that she can. Initially determined to go to Harvard Law School to stay close to her father, her brother encouraged her to apply for the McKnight Fellowship in acting and was eventually chosen as one of the four to attend the fellowship. This trajectory change was the beginning of Tovah's pursuit of becoming an actor, which to her is "so much cheaper than therapy". Tovah talks about her role as Mrs. Brice in "Funny Girl" and bringing a level of humanity and relatability to her character, and her memoir, “Lilyville: Mother, Daughter, and Other Roles I've Played” which explores mother-daughter relationships, and her complex relationship with her mother. Married for 46 years, she shares what makes their marriage work. Tovah intends to keep acting for as long as she can, mainly motivated by her love of people and making connections. Tovah Feldshuh is an actress, singer, and playwright who's been a Broadway star for more than four decades now, which earned her Tony Award nominations and two Emmy Award nominations. She made her Broadway debut in the 1973 musical "Cyrrano". Her other stage credits include "Saravá", "Lend Me a Tenor", "Golda's Balcony", “Dreyfus in Rehearsal”, “Lend Me a Tenor”, “Golda's Balcony”, "Irena's Vow", "Pippin", and "Yentl". She made her cabaret debut with her act, "Tovah: Crossovah! From Broadway to Cabaret", followed by "Tovah: Out of Her Mind!" and was selected as Best Cabaret Artist of 2000 by the Boston Globe. Tovah has also appeared in numerous tv shows, including "Ryan's Hope", "Holocaust", "Mariah", "As the World Turns", "Law & Order", "Flesh and Bone", "The Walking Dead", "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend", and "Star Wars Resistance". Her film credits include "Kissing Jessica Stein", "Just My Luck", "She's Funny That Way", and "Armageddon Time". Tovah is currently playing Mrs. Brice in the Broadway revival of "Funny Girl", and is the author of the memoir, “Lilyville: Mother, Daughter, and Other Roles I've Played”. Connect with Tovah: Instagram: @tovahfeld Website: www.tovahfeldshuh.com Connect with The Theatre Podcast: Support us on Patreon: Patreon.com/TheTheatrePodcast Twitter & Instagram: @theatre_podcast TikTok: @thetheatrepodcast Facebook.com/OfficialTheatrePodcast TheTheatrePodcast.com Alan's personal Instagram: @alanseales Email me at feedback@thetheatrepodcast.com. I want to know what you think. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

STAGES with Peter Eyers
‘Shake, Rattle and Roll' - Musician, Impresario and Showbiz Legend; Kevin Jacobsen - Part 1

STAGES with Peter Eyers

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2022 72:31


Born in Sydney in 1937, Kevin Jacobsen began his working life in a chartered accountant's practice. An adept piano player, he devoted all his spare moments to music. In 1957, he and his brother Colin, joined with John Bogle, Lawrie Erwin and Dave Bridge to form the KJ Quintet. After some success changed their name to Col Joye and the Joy Boys, adding younger brother Keith. Almost immediately they scored a booking on Bill McColl's Jazzarama concert in October 1957. After this came an engagement to play at the Capitol Theatre in Sydney as a curtain raiser for the film The Tommy Steele Story, an appearance on TV's Bandstand and a recording contract. While Col Joye went on to become a ‘teen idol' and an enduring pop legend, Kevin left the band and began managing artists and promoting concerts. He and Col set up Col Joye enterprises and their own publishing company. In 1965, with Col and Tony Brady, Jacobsen founded ATA Allstar Artists, which encompassed a record label, a recording studio, event promotion and production, and artist representation. Initially Jacobsen presented local acts – including, of course, Col Joye and the Joy Boys – but before long he began importing overseas attractions. It was to mark this change of direction, that ‘Kevin Jacobsen Productions' was created. He claims that in the 1970s and 1980s he toured more artists than any other Australian promoter. Eventually he started producing theatrical shows and arena spectaculars, frequently working in partnership with other promoters. Among his early successes was a tour by the affable Irish comedian Dave Allen; one of his disasters was The Evil Knievel Thrill Spectacular, whose infamous American daredevil star failed to deliver either thrills or spectacle. In 1987 Jacobsen presented Michael Jackson's first Australian tour. In 1988 he was commissioned by the Queensland Government to mastermind ‘Queensland Day' celebrations in the presence of the Duke and Duchess of Kent, and by the Federal Government to produce the Royal Bicentennial Concert in the presence of the Prince and Princess of Wales. In 1989 he presented the sell-out concert event Legends of Rock. In 1995 he was the first promoter outside the USA to be invited by the Disney organization to present the stage version of Beauty and the Beast. Its run of two years in Melbourne and 15 months in Sydney grossed $58 million. Also that year he produced the television series Gladiators for the Seven Network. The gross takings for his 1997 presentation of The Three Tenors at the Melbourne Cricket Ground were the largest in Australian history for a single concert – $15 million. In 1999 he presented The Bee Gees – One Night Only, the first live performance at Stadium Australia – the Olympic Stadium. In 2000 Barbra Streisand's four stadium concerts in Sydney and Melbourne achieved the highest grosses anywhere in the world for this artist, more than $23 million. The year 2001 brought Shout! – The Legend of the Wild One, an all-Australian production based on the life of Jacobsen's old friend, Johnny O'Keefe. It toured Australia to record crowds, winning Mo and Green Room Awards and an ARIA for Best Cast Album. In 2002 Jacobsen presented a sell-out Elton John concert tour, plus Fame – The Musical, which toured throughout Asia, and two sensationally successful arena shows: the classic Australian rock anthology Long Way to the Top and the brilliantly innovative The Man from Snowy River Arena Spectacular. Other Jacobsen theatrical ventures have included Oscar Wilde's Diversions and Delights, Girls' Night Out, A Chorus Line, Camelot (with Richard Harris), Lend Me a Tenor, Return to the Forbidden Planet, Walt Disney's World on Ice and Stars of the Bolshoi Ballet, as well as massive open-air productions of Aida and Turandot. Among the many artists who have toured under the Jacobsen banner are Slim Whitman, KISS, Simon and Garfunkel, Bob Marley, Shania Twain, Billy Joel, John Denver, Pearl Jam, Cyndi Lauper, Julio Iglesias, Ba

MUSIC REACTIONS AND COMMENTS
As a singer, DRAM flows between a velvety tenor and a piercing falsetto that recalls Ronald Isley if he mainlined nothing but trap-soul playlists. His vocals simmer and rise on the hooks

MUSIC REACTIONS AND COMMENTS

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 3:10


As a singer, DRAM flows between a velvety tenor and a piercing falsetto that recalls Ronald Isley if he mainlined nothing but trap-soul playlists. His vocals simmer and rise on the hooks for “Ride or Die” and “Let Me See Your Phone,” the warble of his upper register selling reassuring coos to one lover and threats of invading another's privacy with equal charisma. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/you-betterknow4/message

MUSIC REACTIONS AND COMMENTS
As a singer, DRAM flows between a velvety tenor and a piercing falsetto that recalls Ronald Isley if he mainlined nothing but trap-soul playlists. His vocals simmer and rise on the hooks

MUSIC REACTIONS AND COMMENTS

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 3:10


As a singer, DRAM flows between a velvety tenor and a piercing falsetto that recalls Ronald Isley if he mainlined nothing but trap-soul playlists. His vocals simmer and rise on the hooks for “Ride or Die” and “Let Me See Your Phone,” the warble of his upper register selling reassuring coos to one lover and threats of invading another's privacy with equal charisma. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/you-betterknow4/message

The Holmes Archive of Electronic Music

Episode 86 Merry Moog 2022 Vintage Holiday Music Performed on the Moog and other Synthesizers Playlist Frank Luther with Zora Layman, “Christmas Bells” from Christmas In Song (1939 Decca). This is the original 78 RPM release featuring a vocal quartet, bells, and music played on the Hammond Novachord. 0:38 Frank Luther with Zora Layman, “Christmas Day in the Morning” from Christmas In Song (1958 Vocalion). This is a reissue of the 1939 release featuring a vocal quartet, Zora Layman, bells, and music played on the Hammond Novachord. The stereo is simulated. There are some nice moments for the Novachord on this record. 3:12 Paul Tanner, “Holiday on Saturn” from Music for Heavenly Bodies (1958 Omega). This rare disc features Tanner playing the Electro-theremin, an imitation of the Theremin that was a box with an audio oscillator inside and a rotary dial to control the pitch. Tanner, a renown studio musician and trombone player, later provided the sound of the Electro-theremin on the Beach Boys hit Good Vibrations (1966). 4:16 Greg Lake, Emerson, Lake & Palmer, “I Believe In Father Christmas” from I Believe in Father Christmas (1995 Rhino). Produced by Keith Olsen; written by Greg Lake, Peter Sinfield; vocals, Bass, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Greg Lake; Drums, Percussion, Carl Palmer; Hammond organ, Piano, Moog Synthesizer, Keith Emerson. This is the original version released in 1975 with a choir and Moog Modular. It differs significantly from the stripped-down mix, also included on this CD, originally appearing on Works Vol. 2 in 1977 and then later in 1994. Rhino Records was kind enough to package all of ELP's X-Mas related tunes onto a CD EP in 1995, from which this version comes. 3:34 Keith Emerson, “Troika (From Prokofiev's Lieutenant Kije Suite)” from The Christmas Album (1995 Rhino). This is the Prokofiev composition that Greg Lake adapted into “I Believe in Father Christmas.” Later on, Emerson released this interpretation of the Prokofiev piece on The Christmas Album” that appeared in the US in 1995. It doesn't appear on the original UK version in 1988. And again, this is taken from the nifty holiday CD EP also released in 1995 by Rhino. This album was made with instruments from Korg, Ensoniq, Alesis, and Opcode. 4:19 Jean Jacques Perrey and Sy Mann, “Jingle Bells” from Switched on Santa (1970 Pickwick). Moog Modular Synthesizer, Sy Mann; Moog Modular Synthesizer Programmed by, Jean-Jacques Perrey. 1:44 Douglas Leedy, “The Coventry Carol” from A Very Merry Electric Christmas to You (1970 Capitol). Moog Modular Synthesizer and Buchla Synthesizer. 4:46 Jean Jacques Perrey and Sy Mann, “Christmas Bells” from Switched on Santa (1970 Pickwick). Moog Modular Synthesizer, Sy Mann; Moog Modular Synthesizer Programmed by, Jean-Jacques Perrey. 1:52 Don Voegeli, “Chanukah” from Holiday & Seasonal Music (1977 EMI). Produced at the Electrosonic Studio of the University of Wisconsin-Extension. Don wrote the original synthesized version of the NPR “All Things Considered” theme. It was created in his Electronic Studio of the University of Wisconsin. He used a Moog Modular Synthesizer plus a Fender Rhodes, Polymoog, and ARP string synthesizer and 16-track recorder. 1:02 Joseph Byrd, “Christmas in the Morning” from A Christmas Yet to Come (1975 Takoma). ARP 2600 Synthesizer with an Oberheim Expander Module. 1:34 Douglas Leedy, “Good King Wenceslas” from A Very Merry Electric Christmas to You (1970 Capitol). Moog Modular Synthesizer and Buchla Synthesizer. Leedy was an American composer, performer and music scholar. He founded the electronic music studio at UCLA where he had access to both Moog Modular and Buchla synthesizers, and it was during this period from about 1969-71 that he was commissioned to create several albums of electronic music. His training as a minimalist and experimental composer always flavored his music with unexpected sounds and patterns. 3:05 Moog Machine, “O Holy Night” from Christmas Becomes Electric (1970 Columbia). Moog Modular Synthesizer. 2:43 Armen Ra (Armen Hovanesian), “O Come All Ye Faithful” from Theremin Christmas (2018 Sungod). Moog Etherwave Pro Theremin. Armen Ra is an American artist and performer of Iranian-Armenian descent. He plays Theremin. His music fuses Armenian folk music with modern instrumentation, along with melodic lounge standards and classical arias. 4:43 Don Voegeli, “Carol of the Drum” from Holiday & Seasonal Music (1977 EMI). Produced at the Electrosonic Studio of the University of Wisconsin-Extension. 1:01 Philippe Renaux, “Noël Blanc” (“White Christmas”) from We Wish You A Cosmic Christmas (1977 Sinus). Belgium. Minimoog, Arp Axe, Arp Soloist, EMS Synthesizer, Stringman Crumar, Fender Rhodes, Electronic Drums. 3:21 Jean Jacques Perrey and Sy Mann, “Tijuana Christmas” from Switched on Santa (1970 Pickwick). Moog Modular Synthesizer, Sy Mann; Moog Modular Synthesizer Programmed by, Jean-Jacques Perrey. 1:58 Joseph Byrd, “Carol of the Bells” from A Christmas Yet to Come (1975 Takoma). ARP 2600 Synthesizer with an Oberheim Expander Module. 1:12 Андрій Кок (Andriy Kok), “Небо І Земля” (“Heaven and Earth”) from Різдво На Галичині. Колядки (Christmas in Galicia. Christmas carols) (2006 Ліда). Folk singer, accordion and synth player Andriy Kok has recorded many albums of Ukrainian folk music in addition to a number of holiday songs and carols. 5:00 Douglas Leedy, “In Dulci Jubilo” from A Very Merry Electric Christmas to You (1970 Capitol). Moog Modular Synthesizer and Buchla Synthesizer. 1:14 Bernie Krause, Philip Aaberg, “Deck the Halls” from A Wild Christmas (1994 Etherean Music ). This delightful cassette is from Bernie Krause, known for his Moog explorations with Paul Beaver back in the day. He later turned his attention to audio ecology and the recording of nature sounds, particularly of animals. This very special Holiday recording is composed entirely of animal sounds. Some you'll recognize as the natural animal voices themselves. Others may sound like instruments, but they are actually digitally transformed animal sounds. Wild Sanctuary Productions invites you to enjoy a truly unique celebration of both the wild kingdom and Holiday Spirit. All animal and ambient sounds recorded on location worldwide by Bernie Krause with the exception of the fish (courtesy of U.S. Navy). Animal samples, Bernie Krause and Phil Aaberg. Arrangements, new materials, all keyboards (K 2000/Emulator III) Phil Aaberg. 8:12 The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Paul Freeman, and The Chicago Synthesizer-Rhythm Ensemble, John Tatgenhorst, “The Little Drummer Boy” from Turned On Christmas (1985 Columbia). Conductor, Paul Freeman; synthesizers, The Chicago Synthesizer-Rhythm Ensemble; Orchestra, The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. Keyboards & Synthesizer Concepts: Ed Tossing; Electric Bass, Steve Rodby or Bob Lizik; Drums, Tom Tadke; Guitars, Ross Traut and Bill Ruppert; Percussion, Russ Knutson. 4:08 Montana Sextet, “Little Drummer Boy Jam” from Christmas Time Is Here (1987 Philly Sound Works). Arranged By, Conductor, Producer, Fender Rhodes, Piano, Cowbell, Shaker, Yamaha DX7 Synthesizer, Musser Vibraharp, Vincent Montana Jr.; Congas, Greg Peache Jarman; Guitar, Ronnie James; Snare Drum, Tenor And Bass Drum, Gene Leone. 8:46 Montana Sextet, “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas” from Christmas Time Is Here (1987 Philly Sound Works). Arranged By, Conductor, Producer, Fender Rhodes, Piano, Cowbell, Shaker, Yamaha DX7 Synthesizer, Musser Vibraharp, Vincent Montana Jr.; Congas, Greg Peache Jarman; Guitar, Ronnie James; Snare Drum, Tenor and Bass Drum, Gene Leone. 4:56 Mannheim Steamroller, “Good King Wenceslas” from Christmas (1984 American Gramaphone). Arranged, conducted, produced by, Chip Davis; Drums, Percussion, Soloist Recorder, Black Oak Hammered Dulcimer, Soprano Dulcian, Crumhorn, Bells, Vocals, Dry Ice, Chip Davis; Lute, Bass, Eric Hansen; Baldwin SD-10 Synthesizer, Harpsichord, Clavichord, Toy Piano, Prophet 5 Synthesizer, Fender Rhodes, Vocals, Bells, Jackson Berkey; Classical Guitar, Twelve-String Guitar, Ron Cooley; Flute, Willis Ann Ross; French Horn, David (High D) Kappy; Harp, Mary Walter; Oboe, Bobby Jenkins; Strings, Bill Ritchie, Grace Granata, Michael Strauss, Michelle Brill, Richard Altenbach, Richard Lohmann, Roxanne Adams, Wayne Anderson. 3:39 Don Voegeli, “Jingle Bells” long, short, and tag from Holiday & Seasonal Music (1977 EMI). Produced at the Electrosonic Studio of the University of Wisconsin-Extension. 1:56 Don Voegeli, “Lully, Lullay - The Coventry Carol” from Holiday & Seasonal Music (1977 EMI). Produced at the Electrosonic Studio of the University of Wisconsin-Extension. 1:01 Fossergrim, “Ave Maria” (2020 Bandcamp). Fossegrim is billed as “Dungeon Synth music from the Adirondack Mountains.” In Scandinavian folklore, Fossergrim is is described as an exceptionally talented fiddler. No fiddles here. I think Fossergrim is one Ian Nichols of Albany, New York. Check out his Bandcamp presence. 3:54 Phillip Fraser, “Rub A Dub Christmas” from Rub-A-Dub Christmas (1985 Tuff Gong). Jamaican reggae recording for the holidays. Piano, Organ, Synthesizer, Bass, King Asher, Steely Johnson. 2:53 Phillip Fraser, “The Lord Will Provide” from Rub-A-Dub Christmas (1985 Tuff Gong). Jamaican reggae recording for the holidays. Piano, Organ, Synthesizer, Bass, King Asher, Steely Johnson. There is some crazy synth material on this track. Despite it being recorded in 1985, it sounds quite analog for a synth. 3:17 Unconditional Loathing, “Carol, with the bells” from Holiday Mood (2018 Bandcamp). Every artist dreams of releasing an album of hit holiday songs that will surprise the world and bring great wealth. This is not that album. But it is remarkably noisy and dark. Check out Unconditional Loathing, from Fargo North Dakota, on Bandcamp. Self-described as “A footnote in the history of Midwestern noise that refuses to completely go away.” 1:51 The Smurfs, “Deck the Halls” from Merry Christmas With The Smurfs (1983 Dureco Benelux). This album is in English from the Netherlands. 2:17 Vatto Lofi, “Holiday Lofi” from A Merry Lofi Christmas EP (2021 Bandcamp). Providing a low-fidelity tune for the holidays, but I don't know if “lofi” refers to the low-fidelity sound that is currently a thing (and it does sound like that) or is the actual name of this Icelandic musician. 2:21 Rotary Connection, “Silent Night” from Peace (1968 Cadet Concept). I think this holiday album from the famed psychedelic soul ensemble was perhaps only their second album. Produced by Charles Stepney and Marshall Chess, I've included this track not only because it features some crazy electric guitar but also because Minnie Riperton's five-1/2-octave vocal range could effectively imitate a Theremin, which begins in this track around 1:30 into it. In an interview I once heard her say that one of her childhood fascinations was imitating that “science fiction stuff” with her voice. Interestingly, Charles Stepney also included a Moog synthesizer, used sparingly, on some Rotary Connection tracks, but I've heard none on this album. Co-producer Marshall Chess often added Theremin to Rotary songs but this is not one of them. It's pure Ripperton. The Rotary Connection vocalists: Bobby Simms, Jim Donlinger, Jim Nyeholt, Minnie Riperton, Mitch Aliota, Sidney Barnes, Tom Donlinger; The studio band, Leader, David Chausow; Bill Bradley, electronic effects; guitar, Bobby Christian; bass, Louis Satterfield; bass, Phil Upchurch; bass vocals, Chuck Barksdale. 3:52 Klaus Wunderlich, “Sleigh Ride” from Multi Orchestral Organ Sound (1982 Teldec). Wunderlich was a prolific musician who mastered the Hammond Organ. Occasionally, he performed with a synthesizer and this track comes from an album not of holiday music but of various favorites, performed in the style of the original artists. This is a Leroy Anderson song arranged in the Anderson style. The MOOS (Multi Orchestral Organ Sound) was produced by the Wersi organ company in Germany. This organ/synth/drum machine hybrid was also known as the Wersi Galad and play both synth and traditional organ sounds. There is a current musician advocate for this instrument in Florian Hutter (listen to the next track), of Germany. 3:11 Florian Hutter, “Frosty the Snowman” privately released (2022 No Label). Florian is a living master of the vintage Wersi Delta and Atlantis synthesizer/organ hybrids with a built-in rhythm box. In recent years he has begun to release his music on Spotify. This is taken from the first or second day of his Christmas Special 2022 during which he releases a new tune every day. I don't normally feature tracks recorded from YouTube, but this was too good to pass by and it fits with the vintage music played in the previous track by Wunderlich. Check him out. 2:34 Edwin Hawkins, “The Christmas Song” from The Edwin Hawkins Christmas Album (1985 Birthright). Produced when the Yamaha DX-7 became the top selling synthesizer on the planet, this is a great example of its tidy, digital sound. Richard Smallwood, keyboards, synthesizer; Edwin Hawkins, keyboards, synthesizer; Joel Smith, Drums and Fender bass; Kenneth Nash, percussion. Sounds like one or two Yamaha DX-7s. 3:57 Ryuichi Sakamoto (坂本龍), “Father Christmas” from Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence (戦場のメ)(1983 Virgin). Music By, Composed By, Performer, Ryuichi Sakamoto. Our best wishes to Mr. Sakamoto who is suffering from Stage 4 cancer. In June he said, “Since I have made it this far in life, I hope to be able to make music until my last moment, like Bach and Debussy whom I adore.” 2:06 Bob Wehrman, John Bezjian and Dusty Wakeman, “Ring Christmas Bells” from Christmas Becomes Electric (1984 Tropical Records). Not be confused with an album by the same name by The Moog Machine in 1969. Unnamed synthesizer programmed and performed by Bob Wehrman and John Bezjian. From Marina Del Rey in California. 1:46 Hans Wurman, “Overture Miniature” from Electric Nutcracker (1976 Ovation). This Austrian composer made several remarkable, classically influenced Moog Modular albums from 1969 to 1976. This was one of his last big Moog projects and is difficult to find. 2:54 Hans Wurman, “Danse De La Fee-Dragee ( Sugar Plum Fairy)” from Electric Nutcracker (1976 Ovation). Moog Modular synthesizer, Hans Wurman. 1:33 Hans Wurman, “Danse Des Mirlitons (Flutes)” from Electric Nutcracker (1976 Ovation). Moog Modular synthesizer, Hans Wurman. 2:14 Keith Emerson, Emerson Lake & Palmer, “Nutrocker” (live) from Pictures at an Exhibition (1972 Cotillion). A fitting reworking of Tchaikovsky arranged by Kim Fowley and performed live, Newcastle City Hall, 26 March 1971. Hammond C3 and L100 organs, Moog modular synthesizer, Minimoog, Clavinet, Keith Emerson; bass guitar, acoustic guitar, vocals, Greg Lake; drums, percussion, Carl Palmer. "Nut Rocker", a rock adaptation of The Nutcracker originally arranged by Kim Fowley and recorded by B. Bumble and the Stingers in 1962. 3:48 Richie Havens, “End of the Season” from Alarm Clock (1970 Stormy Forest). A melancholic reflection on life from Mr. Havens, totally synthesized on the Moog Modular by Bob Margoleff. 3:32 Bernie Krause, Philip Aaberg, “Feliz Navidad” from A Wild Christmas (1994 Etherean Music ). This delightful cassette is from Bernie Krause, known for his Moog explorations with Paul Beaver back in the day. All animal and ambient sounds recorded on location worldwide by Bernie Krause with the exception of the fish (courtesy of U.S. Navy). Animal samples, Bernie Krause and Phil Aaberg. Arrangements, new materials, all keyboards (Kurzweil 2000/Emulator III) Phil Aaberg. Percussion on Feliz Navidad performed by Ben Leinbach. 5:37 Opening background music: Jean Jacques Perrey and Sy Mann, “Rudolf the Red-Nosed Reindeer” from Switched on Santa (1970 Pickwick). Moog Modular Synthesizer, Sy Mann; Moog Modular Synthesizer Programmed by Jean-Jacques Perrey. 2:16 Moog Machine, “Twelve Days Of Christmas” from Christmas Becomes Electric (1970 Columbia). Arranged by Alan Foust; Synthesizer Tuner, Norman Dolph; Moog Modular Synthesizer, Kenny Ascher. 3:55 Jean Jacques Perrey and Sy Mann, “Silent Night” from Switched on Santa (1970 Pickwick). Moog Modular Synthesizer, Sy Mann; Moog Modular Synthesizer Programmed by Jean-Jacques Perrey. 1:52 Opening and closing sequences voiced by Anne Benkovitz. Additional opening, closing, and other incidental music by Thom Holmes. See my companion blog that I write for the Bob Moog Foundation For additional notes, please see my blog, Noise and Notations.

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CiTR -- The Jazz Show
Tenor saxophone icon Sonny Rollins: "Way Out West"

CiTR -- The Jazz Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 204:23


Tonight's Jazz Feature is of course a classic and one of tenor saxophonist Sonny Rollins' great recorded moments. It was a meeting with two great musicians that Sonny had never played with or met before the recording session! It could have been either a triumph or a disaster but of course it was a triumph and even the self-critical Mr. Rollins likes the results. It was beautifully recorded by Contemporary Records in Los Angeles while Sonny and bassist Ray Brown were in L.A. and with drum great Shelly Manne who had lived in L.A. for many years. It was a great meeting of musical minds. "Way Out West" celebrates Sonny's West Coast adventure with three tunes celebrating that trip. Johnny Mercer's "I'm An Old Cowhand" and the even older "Wagon Wheels" and Sonny's whimsical original called "Way Out West" plus some well chosen standards. It all made for one of Mr. Rollin's true classic album and it's tonight's Jazz Feature. Don't miss this one!

INGRID Y TAMARA EN MVS 102.5
Beneficios de ser la Oveja de la Familia - 05 Dic 22

INGRID Y TAMARA EN MVS 102.5

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 71:14


Ashley Frangie y Lety Sahagún, creadoras del podcast Se regalan dudas, nos dirán cómo cargarnos de energía y en 5 minutos días exitosos. Román Hernández nos dice los beneficios de ser la Oveja de la Familia. José Luis Duval, Tenor, nos invita a OTI.

Insight with Beth Ruyak
Teen Mental Health and Online Learning | CA Water Outlook and Priorities | Italian Tenor Pasquale Esposito Performs

Insight with Beth Ruyak

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022


UC Davis study looks at teen mental health during COVID-19 online learning. The Public Policy Institute of California releases its annual report on the state's water challenges. Italian tenor Pasquale Esposito performs in Sacramento.   Mental health and online learning

The Gramophone podcast
Michael Spyres on Berlioz's les nuits d'été

The Gramophone podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 29:57


Michael Spyres has won three Gramophone Awards: Opera and Recording of the Year in 2018 for Berlioz's Les troyens, and Voice and Ensemble in 2022 for 'Baritenor', an album that reveals his remarkable vocal range. Now, again for Erato and in the company of his Trojans conductor, John Nelson, he has recorded Les nuits d'été – but in the original keys and in Berlioz's envisaged registers. James Jolly spoke to Michael Spyres about his approach to the Berlioz songs, and also about whether he considers himself a tenor or a baritone these days.

The Ebone Zone
Talkin' Tenor

The Ebone Zone

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2022 21:56


We wrap up our interview series this month with a great one, I sat down with a good friend of mine, Tony Goforth and recorded an episode that has been a long time coming. We address everything from accents and the joy of singing with people you love to funny stories from the road and how we both got saved. You've got a great listen at your fingertips with this one. Check out the Blackwood Quartet's website:  https://www.theblackwoodquartet.com/Listen to "For the Love of Radio": https://ebone.buzzsprout.com/131778/11245872-for-the-love-of-radioListen to "The Wonders of Christmastime": https://ebone.buzzsprout.com/131778/9785448-the-wonders-of-christmastimeSubscribe to Jason's “Good Life on the Road” YouTube channel: https://youtube.com/channel/UCzoioN0zIrHKmvxvc7NWLdQ Support the showIf you have questions or comments email ebonezonepodcast@yahoo.com Follow the Ebone Zone on Twitter: https://twitter.com/OfficialEBZLike the Ebone Zone on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ebonezoneofficial/

Dragnet
The Shadow - The Tenor with the Broken Voice

Dragnet

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 29:03


Zoom - Musikgeschichte, und was sonst geschah
ZOOM – 19. November 2022 Caruso als Sittenstrolch

Zoom - Musikgeschichte, und was sonst geschah

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2022 9:06


Wenn die Götter des Musik-Olymps stolpern, erregt das die Öffentlichkeit, emotionalisiert Fans und Publikum. Deshalb gehören Star-Ruhm und Skandal unweigerlich zusammen. Das gilt auch für die Opernwelt. Unser heutiges ZOOM erinnert an einen so spektakulären wie mysteriösen Gerichtsprozess, bei dem ein legendärer Tenor auf der Anklagebank saß.

Zoomer Radio's Theatre of the Mind
The Tenor with the Broken Voice & Fortune Hunter

Zoomer Radio's Theatre of the Mind

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 56:46


The Shadow followed by Phil Harris and Allis Faye

Catholic Forum
Catholic Forum, Nov. 12, 2022 - The New York Tenor's Andy Cooney interview and music samples

Catholic Forum

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 29:44


On this episode of Catholic Forum, after a news update from The Dialog, we will talk with Andy Cooney, one of the famous New York Tenors, and Sheila McGirl, the Director of the Development Office of the Diocese of Wilmington, about the upcoming Magic of Christmas concert that the Tenors are giving in Wilmington on December 11, 2022 to benefit Catholic Charities. We will learn about the three talented men who make up the New York Tenors -  Andy Cooney, Daniel Rodriguez, and Christopher Macchio - sample some of their music, and find out how you can get tickets to this enjoyable event that will benefit the work of Catholic Charities. 

MDR KLASSIK – Die Bach-Kantate mit Maul & Schrammek
Die Bach-Kantate: "Ich armer Mensch, ich Sündenknecht", BWV 55

MDR KLASSIK – Die Bach-Kantate mit Maul & Schrammek

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2022 16:48


Heute gibt es eine Rarität: Bachs einzige Solokantate für Tenor. Maul & und Schrammek fragen sich ernstlich, weshalb ausgerechnet der Tenor der Sündenknecht sein muss.

Harmonious World

As this episode of Harmonious World begins, you can hear the piano of Ammiel Bushakevitz and the simply extraordinary voice of American tenor Timothy Fallon, who joins me for this conversation.Timothy and Ammiel's latest album - Crepuscolo - is a collection of the songs of Ottorino Respighi. Our conversation ranges across the album, Timothy's background, Vienna and his award-winning collaboration with Ammiel.Thanks to Timothy for allowing me to play extracts from Crepuscolo alongside our conversation.Don't forget the Quincy Jones quote that sums up why I do this: "Imagine what a harmonious world it would be if every single person, both young and old, shared a little of what he is good at doing."Support the showThanks for listening to Harmonious World.Please rate and review wherever you find your podcasts - it really helps.Follow me on instagram.com/hilseabrookFollow me on facebook.com/HilarySeabrookFreelanceWriterFollow me on twitter.com/hilaryrwriter

Beyond The Fog Radio
Classical Performance: Michael Belle of the SF Opera Chorus w/ guest host Carolyn Tyler

Beyond The Fog Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 40:50


Michael Belle is a Tenor with the coveted San Francisco Opera Chorus. Starting with a trade for free voice lessons, Michael was drawn to the artistic life of a classical musician. From singing the chorus in Lyric Opera of Chicago's Porgy and Bess to performing leads in productions across New England, Michael's career only bloomed until landing a spot in the world famous San Francisco Opera Chorus in 2009. Michael's time at the San Francisco Opera has been one of much change. The traditionally elite European Opera culture has begun to dwindle, making way for a more ethnically and musically diverse one. As such, he's gotten to sing in ethnically diverse casts and works by non-European composers. Michael is proud to help usher this new era for classical music. Meet Michael Belle!

Die Presse 18'48''
Macht Werbung Kinder und Jugendliche dick?

Die Presse 18'48''

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2022 14:31


*Anzeige** Werbung von Lebensmitteln kann das Ernährungsverhalten der Kinder und Jugendlichen beeinflussen. Es bedarf Verantwortung werbender Unternehmen sowie Förderung der Gesundheitskompetenz, so der Tenor im „Presse"-Branchentalk.

Clare FM - Podcasts
Clarecastle Tenor Dean Power To Perform at St. Columba's Church This Evening

Clare FM - Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 14:00


On Friday's Morning Focus, Pat spoke to opera singer Dean Power and pianist James Hurley to discuss their upcoming concert at St. Columba's Church in Ennis this evening. The pair will be performing a concert of Irish and Newfoundland music from 8pm. Tickets are available for the concert at Cathedral Parish Office, O'Connors Newsagents.

Klassik aktuell
Filmtipp: TENOR

Klassik aktuell

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 4:56


Wie wird ein Opernstar geboren? Die einen kämpfen sich durch dutzende Aufnahmeprüfungen an Musikhochschulen, anderen scheint das Glück und das Talent nur so zuzufliegen und sie werden mit Handkuss beim ersten Anlauf aufgenommen. Doch der Weg auf die großen Opernbühnen dieser Welt ist trotzdem kein Pappenstil und erfordert im Studium harte Arbeit. So ein Karriere-Kickstart wird gerade im neuen Film des französischen Regisseurs Claude Zidi jr. erzählt. TENOR heißt er und kommt am 3. November in die deutschen Kinos.

Contrabass Conversations double bass life
944: Tenor and Treble clef on double bass

Contrabass Conversations double bass life

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 6:47


This episode covers why we use tenor and treble clef on the double bass and tips for learning them.  It's a companion piece to this week's YouTube video.  Enjoy! Subscribe to the podcast to get these interviews delivered to you automatically!   Check out our Online Sheet Music Store with 100+ wide-ranging titles for bassists.   Listen to Contrabass Conversations with our free app for iOS, Android, and Kindle. Check out my Beginner's Classical Bass course and Intermediate to Advanced Classical Bass course, available exclusively from Discover Double Bass.   Thank you to our sponsors!   Upton Bass String Instrument Company - Upton's Karr Model Upton Double Bass represents an evolution of our popular first Karr model, refined and enhanced with further input from Gary Karr. Since its introduction, the Karr Model with its combination of comfort and tone has gained a loyal following with jazz and roots players. The slim, long “Karr neck” has even become a favorite of crossover electric players.   Dorico - Unlock Dorico for iPad – For Life! Want to enjoy all of Dorico for iPad's subscription-only features – including support for unlimited players, freehand annotations in Read mode with Apple Pencil, support for third-party Audio Unit plug-ins, and much more – but don't want to pay a monthly or annual fee? Dorico for iPad now provides a lifetime unlock option, so you can access all current and future subscription-only features for a single, one-off in-app purchase. Visit the App Store today and unlock Dorico for iPad for life!   Carnegie Mellon University Double Bass Studio - CMU is dedicated to helping each student achieve their goals as a musician. Every week each student receives private lessons and participates in a solo class with Micah Howard. Peter Guild, another member of the PSO, teaches Orchestral Literature and Repertoire weekly. They encourage students to reach out to the great bassists in their area for lessons and direction. Many of the bassists from all of the city's ensembles are more than willing to lend a hand. Every year members of the Symphony, the Opera and the Ballet give classes and offer our students individual attention. Click here to visit Micah's website and to sign up for a free online trial lesson.     theme music by Eric Hochberg

Bill O’Reilly’s No Spin News and Analysis
Political Tenor, Midterm Doom, Durham Fail, an Airline Lawsuit Victory, & More

Bill O’Reilly’s No Spin News and Analysis

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2022 43:22


This week... A midterm breakdown, Biden's hindrance of the Democratic Party, John Durham's trial letdown, a new immigration caravan, and more. Guests include Jim Trusty and Scott Rasmussen. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

SBS Maltese - SBS bil-Malti
Joseph Calleja – the Maltese Tenor on a tour in Australia - Joseph Calleja – It-Tenur Malti għal żjara fl-Awstralja

SBS Maltese - SBS bil-Malti

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 10:14


Joseph Calleja, the Maltese born singer described as the young Pavarotti, will thrill audiences around Australia, in his eagerly anticipated debut Australian tour. Joseph will be joined by two of Australia's best-loved artists, soprano Amelia Farrugia, who is also of Maltese heritage, and internationally acclaimed pianist Piers Lane. He arrived in Australia this morning and speaks with Joe Axiaq about his Australian tour. - It-tenur Malti Jospeh Calleja għadu kemm wasal l-Awstralja għal serje ta' kunċerti fl-ibliet ewlenin madwar l-Awstralja. Huwa jitkellem ma' Joe Axiaq dwar din iż-żjara tiegħu fl-Awstralja u l-ħerqa li jiltaqa' mal-Maltin waqt il-kunċerti tiegħu.

SER Historia
Cronovisor | Enrico Caruso, el tenor prodigioso

SER Historia

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2022 31:16


Enrico Caruso puede ser considerado como la primera estrella de la música contemporánea. Hace más de 100 años ya vendía millones de discos y contaba con una voz prodigiosa. Pero detrás de su biografía se esconde una historia de supersticiones y curiosidades. Él será el protagonista esta semana del cronovisor junto a Jesús Callejo. Luego nos visita Pedro Pérez, profesor de historia, del canal de YouTube El cubil de Peter y autor del libro ¿Quién es la bicha de Balazote? (Ediciones B 2022). En nuestra sección de noticias viajamos a León para visitar la exposición De forma magnífica, sobre la Semana Santa leonesa. Acabamos con el escritor Sebastián Roa quien acaba de publicar Sin Alma (Harper Collins) sobre la figura de Simón de Monfort

This Week in Virology
TWiV 946: Poo versus flu

This Week in Virology

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2022 109:15


Angela Mingarelli joins TWiV to discuss whether the gut microbiota of bats confers tolerance to influenza virus infection in mice, and primate hemorrhagic fever-causing arteriviruses that can reproduce in human cells and might be capable of infecting humans. Hosts: Vincent Racaniello, Dickson Despommier, Alan Dove, Rich Condit,  and Brianne Barker Guest: Angela Mingarelli Subscribe (free): Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, RSS, email Become a patron of TWiV! Links for this episode Research assistant position at FDA (pdf) Support MicrobeTV with a Spike t-shirt (Vaccinated.us) Bat gut microbiota and flu infection in mice (Transbound Emerg Dis) Primate hemorrhagic fever-causing arteriviruses (Cell) Timestamps by Jolene. Thanks! Weekly Picks Dickson – Jazz pics: #5. Small group.  Art Blakey and the Jazz Messenger: Art Blakey, Drums; Lee Morgan, Trumpet; Benny Golson, Tenor saxophone; Bobby Timmons, Piano; Jymie Merrit, Bass (1958-1964). Signature album: Art Blakey And The Jazz Messengers: Blues March: Signature song: Blues March Brianne – Why Chimps and Gorillas Form Rainforest Friendships Rich – Fly Water – FPV to New Depths Alan – The Seven Words You Can't Say on Television, by George Carlin, and its repercussions Angela – Nature's Inspiring Women in Science Award Vincent – Mysteries of Nevada Barr and her protagonist Anna Pigeon Intro music is by Ronald Jenkees Send your virology questions and comments to twiv@microbe.tv

RNZ: Standing Room Only
Dame Malvina Major Award-winner, tenor Oliver Sewell

RNZ: Standing Room Only

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2022 11:42


Winning this year's $50,000 Dame Malvina Major Award is allowing Christchurch tenor Oliver Sewell to live the dream and forge an international career. Oliver's currently in Europe after recently winning first place in the Vincerò Worldwide Opera Competition in Naples, competing against 30 finalists in front of an international panel of judges. It was the award money that made it possible for him to attend the competition in Italy, and will help to fund his plans to move to Europe next year, with all the associated costs of travel, lessons and accommodation. Lynn Freeman spoke to him on the line to Dresden in Germany, and he explained why the Dame Malvina Major Award and the competition win have come at a pivotal point in his career.

NachDenkSeiten – Die kritische Website
Die Wut des Ostens ist für das ganze Land

NachDenkSeiten – Die kritische Website

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 17:22


Unser Nationalfeiertag, der Tag der Deutschen Einheit, lässt uns jeweils am 3. Oktober seit 32 Jahren feierlich innehalten. Die Festtagsreden wirken versöhnlich, würdevoll und emotional, deren Tenor klingt wie „im Grunde ist alles gut und besser als vor der Wiedervereinigung, vor allem für den Ostteil der Bundesrepublik“. Lassen wir den Schmus der Festtagstrunkenheit weg. InWeiterlesen

Famous Interviews with Joe Dimino
NYC-based Jazz Tenor Saxophonist Tim Lin

Famous Interviews with Joe Dimino

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022


Welcome to a new edition of the Neon Jazz interview series with NYC-based Jazz Tenor Saxophonist Tim Lin .. He has an impressive debut out now that is getting some good ink .. It's the new 2022 CD Romance In Formosa .. It's his first public offering fulla hallmarks of an emerging artist stepping onto the scene for the long haul. Born and raised in a small suburban town called Fremont, California, he is a Taiwanese-American talent whose progressive sound comes from his love of the bebop jazz tradition and history. Over time, he has performed with the likes of jazz luminaries such as Kenny Burrell, Tootie Heath, Russell Ferrante, Terri Lyne Carrington, Carl Allen,  and many others ..  He is full of good stories .. Enjoy.Click to listen.Thanks for listening and tuning into yet another Neon Jazz interview .. where we give you a bit of insight into the finest players and minds around the world giving fans all that jazz ..  If you want to hear more interviews, go to Famous Interviews with Joe Dimino on the iTunes store, visit the YouTube Neon Jazz  Channel at https://www.youtube.com/c/neonjazzkc, go The Home of Neon Jazz at  http://theneonjazz.blogspot.com/ and for everything Joe Dimino related go to www.joedimino.com When you are there, you can donate to the Neon Jazz cause via PayPal https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=ERA4C4TTVKLR4 or through Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/neonjazzkc - Until next time .. enjoy the music my friends ..

Forschung Aktuell - Deutschlandfunk
Transparenz und Beteiligung - Die Rolle von Vertrauen in der Pandemiebewältigung

Forschung Aktuell - Deutschlandfunk

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 6:05


Gegenseitiges Vertrauen ist in einer Pandemie wichtig, um gut durch die Krise zu kommen. Das war der Tenor bei einer WHO-Vortragsreihe in Berlin. Und: Transparente Kommunikation über Unsicherheiten könne das Vertrauen in die Politik sogar stärken.Westerhaus,Christinewww.deutschlandfunk.de, Forschung aktuellDirekter Link zur Audiodatei

Ciudad H
El mundo de la ópera con el Tenor Ricardo García

Ciudad H

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022


La ópera es un mundo fascinante. Una vez que la descubres, es tuya para siempre. Su música y sus historias te transportan a mundos nuevos, desconocidos y muy emocionantes. Así fue nuestra plática hoy con el Tenor Ricardo García. Ricardo es Tenor de la Gran Ópera de Houston y hoy nos platicó todo acerca del detrás de las cámaras y la preparación de un cantante de ópera desde que empiezan las audiciones hasta que se abre el telón. Además, tuvimos el gran lujo de escuchar a Ricardo cantar en vivo un pedacito de La Traviata, nos dejó muy impresionadas con su gran talento.Muchas gracias al Tenor Ricardo García por su tiempo y no se pierdan el estreno de La Traviata este próximo 21 de octubre en la Gran Opera de Houston en el Wortham Center.En este link podrán encontrar más información de la temporada completa y dónde comprar sus boletos para que no se la pierdan.Houston Grand Opera Tenor Ricardo GarcíaEscríbanos a: Ciudadhpodcast@gmail.com@ciudadhpodcastAni Priego@ana_beatMariana Cano@yomarianablog

Classical Post
This Old House: How Tenor Timothy Fallon Is Preserving History at Home and on His New Album, Crepuscolo

Classical Post

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 20:20


The idea of preservation is on tenor Timothy Fallon's mind a lot lately. He recently bought a house in New England that dates to 1740 — which, he's quick to point out, means Bach was still alive when the house was built. And away from the renovations he's managing to preserve the charm of his new abode, Fallon — who will spend the next two seasons as a house singer with Vienna's Volksoper — has been thinking about the role of preservation in music-making. This summer he released Crepuscolo, a new album of art songs by Ottorino Respighi that Fallon recorded with Ammiel Bushakevitz, his longtime recital partner. Although the Italian composer is popular for big orchestral works like Pines of Rome, performances of his songs are extremely rare. Connecting new listeners with the array of colors and emotions these songs convey appealed greatly to Fallon and Bushakevitz. "Does the market need another Schubert album from someone who's not so well known?" Fallon says on the latest episode of the Classical Post podcast. "We thought this could be a preservation project, because Respighi's songs aren't widely recorded. I found it very inspiring to try to make an album that could be a reference for other people in the future, to go and listen to this music in one place." In this discussion, we talk more about the new album, the recording process, and how the project served as a musical lifeline for Fallon at the height of the pandemic. Plus, he shares how being a nosy person is a good thing for musicians, why his house always needs a box of Malden sea salt on hand, and his go-to spots for martinis, dumplings, and sesame pancake sandwiches in New York City. Listen to Crepuscolo on Spotify, Apple Music, or wherever you stream and download music. — Classical Post uncovers the creativity behind exceptional music. Dive into meaningful conversations with leading artists in the world today. Based in New York City, Classical Post is a touchpoint for tastemakers. Visit our website for exclusive editorial and subscribe to our monthly newsletter to be notified of new content. Follow us on Instagram and TikTok. Classical Post is an ambassador for NED, a wellness company. Get 15% off their products like CBD oil and many other health-based products by using our code CLASSICALPOST at checkout.

Houston Matters
Age restrictions for buying guns, and playwright Ken Ludwig reimagines his first hit (Sept. 16, 2022)

Houston Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 48:24


On Friday's show: Texas health officials won't publish new data on deaths related to pregnancy until after the next legislative session. We'll discuss why with the Houston Chronicle's Julian Gill. Also this hour: A Constitutional law scholar discusses why the Second Amendment right to bear arms may or may not apply to 18- to 20-year-olds, why some states can have more restrictions on gun purchases than the federal government, and whether any limits on assault-style gun purchases would pass Constitutional muster. Then, we break down The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly of the week. And Ken Ludwig, America's preeminent comic playwright, had his first commercial success with the play Lend Me a Tenor. We learn why, more than 30 years later, he revisited it and rewrote it with women in the lead roles as Lend Me a Soprano, which debuts tonight at The Alley Theatre and runs through Oct. 9.

Richard Skipper Celebrates
An Actress For Everyone | Richard Skipper Celebrates Judy Blazer 9/15/2022

Richard Skipper Celebrates

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 63:00


For Video Edition, Please Click and Subscribe Here: https://youtu.be/39lU5PjEjPo JUDITH “JUDY” BLAZER began her career in opera, oratorio, and recital in New York City and throughout Italy. She moved into Broadway theater with leading roles in Me and My Girl (Sally), A Change in the Heir (Prince Conrad), Titanic (Lady Caroline), Neil Simon's 45 Seconds from Broadway (Cindy), LoveMusik (Brecht's mistress) featuring the music of Kurt Weill, and A Gentleman's Guide to Love & Murder (Miss Shingle). Off-Broadway, she has appeared in Candide (the Old Lady) and Sweeney Todd (the Beggar Woman) with New York City Opera, The House of Bernarda Alba (Magdalena) and Hello Again (The Nurse, Drama Desk nomination) for Lincoln Center Theater, and Richard Greenberg's Hurrah at Last (Gia) at the Roundabout Theater. She also performed a solo work for Primary Stage's Inner Voices series, Whida Peru: Resurrection Tangle. A few regional theater credits include: Long Wharf Theater (Maria in Twelfth Night), McCarter Theater (title role in The Night Governess), Paper Mill Playhouse (Eliza in My Fair Lady, Maria Merelli in Lend Me a Tenor and most recently the sequel, A Comedy of Tenors). Judy sang at the Met as a soloist in Twyla Tharp's Everlast with the American Ballet Theater and played Bessie Thomashefsky in Michael Tilson Thomas's touring concert documentary The Thomashefskys (on PBS' Great Performances in 2012). Other TV credits include Leonard Bernstein's New York, and In Performance at the White House on PBS; regular appearances on As the World Turns (Ariel), The Guiding Light (Marissa), and two episodes of Law and Order. Judy is heard on over twenty recordings. 

Unsportsmanlike Conduct
Sep 8 – Segment 3 – The Tone and the Tenor in Lincoln Has Changed

Unsportsmanlike Conduct

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 9:30


Something has changed in Lincoln in the last few weeks. Things seem to be coming to a head between the "Fire Frost" and "Save Frost" crowd.

La Taquilla con René Franco
"México suena a lo grande": El tenor Fernando de la Mora nos llena el corazón con música mexicana

La Taquilla con René Franco

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 64:19


El tenor nos contó de "México Suena a lo Grande" su próxima presentación del 9 de septiembre, junto con "Ramón Vargas" y "Javier Camarena". ¡Un espectáculo para celebrar la música mexicana!

This Week in Virology
TWiV 931: Driven to immunodistraction

This Week in Virology

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2022 121:20


TWiV reviews the genetic characterization of a new strain of type 2 oral polio vaccine and its implications for eradication, and how a polymorphism in humans comprising a single amino acid change in an antibody molecule regulates vaccine elicitation of broadly neutralizing antibodies against influenza virus HA. Hosts: Vincent Racaniello, Dickson Despommier, Alan Dove, Kathy Spindler, and Brianne Barker Subscribe (free): Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, RSS, email Become a patron of TWiV! Links for this episode Characterization of novel OPV2 from humans (MMWR) Engineering nOPV2 (TWiV 756) Genome sequence of Rockland County NY OPV2 isolate (Genbank) Allelic polymorphism and vaccine induction of influenza virus bnAbs (Immunity) Letters read on TWiV 931 Timestamps by Jolene. Thanks! Weekly Picks Dickson – Small groups: 1.  Miles Davis Quintet: Miles Davis, trumpet, John Coltrane, Tenor saxophone; Cannonball Adderley, Alto saxophone; Winton Kelly*, Bill Evans*, Piano; Paul Chambers, Bass; Jimmy Cobb, Drums. Signature album: Kind Of Blue. Signature song: So What. Many jazz enthusiasts think this is the best jazz album ever recorded. *performed on separate tracks Brianne – World Excel Championships Kathy – yre bird background and video Alan – The Kissing Bug, by Daisy Hernandez Vincent -Five top detective fiction writers. #1 Martin Beck by Maj Sjöwall and Per Wahlöö Listener Picks John – Fevers, Feuds and Diamonds: Ebola and the Ravages of History by Paul Farmer Carol – The Social Dilemma Intro music is by Ronald Jenkees Send your virology questions and comments to twiv@microbe.tv

You Might Know Her From
Jennifer Laura Thompson

You Might Know Her From

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 68:41


Let's hear it for the girl! We are back for another summer episode and we dive into the nitty gritty of life on the Great White Way with Tony nominated actress and singer, Jennifer Laura Thompson. You might know her from the original Broadway productions of Footloose, Wicked, Urinetown, Lend Me a Tenor, Nice Work if You Can Get It, and Dear Evan Hansen. We cover our deep and abiding love of Urinetown as well as the stress of stepping into the bubble as the first replacement Glinda in Wicked. Plus, playing a killer on Law and Order: SVU, reading your reviews, being bound and gagged at the Tonys, and the possibility of playing Little Edie in a revival of Grey Gardens. S-T-A-U-N-C-H! Follow us on social media: @damianbellino || @rodemanne Discussed this week: Claim to Fame tv show on ABC Frankie Jonas Kevin Jonas' other reality show as a contractor? Whoopi's relative yes she's on the show JoJo Siwa is an icon  We are sad about the loss of Olivia Newton-John Starred as Hope Cladwell in original Broadway cast of Urinetown the musical.  Cast included John Cullum, Nancy Opel, Jeff McCarthy, and Hunter Foster Was a replacement Julie Jordan in national tour of Carousel  The Henry Miller Theatre (now the Stephen Sondheim) had sound effects making it sound run down All That Chat very much still around Cast performed "Run Freedom Run" at the Tonys and JLT was bound and gagged for the entire number NYC is due for a Urinetown revival and JLT wants to play Penelope Pennywise this time around Broadway debut was in Footloose (1998)  Bonnie Tyler's "Holding Out for a Hero" was JLT's big number Today Show was a nightmare (here she is performing with the cast) Played Connor's mom in the Pasek and Paul musical juggernaut, Dear Evan Hansen for 2.5 years on Broadway  Dee Hoty played JLT's mom in Footloose The much maligned film adaptation of Dear Evan Hansen was not something she watched First replacement Glinda in Wicked on Broadway. JLT 5'7" and had to fit in Kristin Chenoweth's (4'11") bubble Idina Menzel fell through the stage while performing with JLT Shoshana Bean (first Broadway replacement Elphaba) currently in Mr Saturday Night on Broadway Attacks Emily Deschanel in her ep of Law and Order: SVU (Season 3, ep 17 “Surveillance”) Meloni was most method Performed with cast of Dear Evan Hansen for the Macys Day Parade  Ben Platt talked less on show days than Idina Menzel  Starred in revival of Lend Me a Tenor on Broadway with Tony Shalhoub Anthony LaPaglia Was in the NY Philharmonic Philharmonic production of Company production of Company as Jenny, the character who gets stoned JLT is halfway to EGOT: Grammy for cast recording of DEH and a Emmy for performance on The Today Show Wants to win a Tony for Edie in Grey Gardens or Pennywise in Urinetown Performed "For Good" on set of The View with Idina Little Fish the musical Trailer of Bernadette Peters and Debra Monk in Mozart in the Jungle Got very into Couples Therapy (Showtime) We love Orna Guralnik. Found out she's Israeli and won't discuss her sexuality