Sonoma, Powerbroker Truman Capote, Paul Dooley discussed on Weekend Edition Saturday
Powerbroker Truman Capote's breakfast at Tiffany's and e. Slim and lyrical essay here is New York. You're listening to weekend. Dishing from NPR news Franchi weedy news. I'm Tiffany Cam high. These Santa Rosa symphony is preparing to perform work this weekend inspired by the north bay wildfires called sonoma's strong cake. Jeremy Siegel has more. If you were in the north bay a year ago, you probably remember the wind powerful gusts of nearly eighty miles an hour that helped fuel the fires as they burned at a rate of more than a football field every three seconds for composer, Paul Dooley. That was the starting point for sonoma's wrong. I wanted to capture some of the the wind and some of the the energy from that night. To do that. He used something you might not usually find in an orchestra massive tubes called Werleigh's. You swing them around over your head. And it makes that soft whistling sound. Slowly, the peace builds a solo trumpet comes in bend the strings and that transforms into a big sort of ominous climates. But then it changes piece transitions to what I call the rebirth. And it's the first entrance of the woodwinds, the flutes, oboe, clarinets and the balloons. And.