19 Burst results for "Beethoven Symphony"
"beethoven symphony" Discussed on WTOP
"Composer to conduct a major orchestra Then immerse yourself in Beethoven's symphony number four A lively mischievous masterpiece full of comedy and enchantment Join us for an inspiring celebration of true geniuses in all their glory before select performances rich client Dell takes us behind the music at the reach Tickets at national symphony data work Hi it's Rita Kessler Many of you have followed along with my weight loss journey with co pair formally EMP one 80 When I started almost two years ago we were in the middle of COVID lockdown I wasn't quite sure it was the right time to get started Almost 60 pounds later I can tell you it was Believe me starting is the hardest decision you'll make but it was also the best decision I've made Coper is different than other weight loss programs because of the personalized coaching My coach Vanessa is a big reason for my success At the point in other programs where I'd start gaining back the weight she helped me to not only not gain but to maintain my weight loss I look forward to my chats with Vanessa every week because she can help me navigate whatever challenges I'm facing without reaching for that pint of ice cream With her support I've lost weight over the holidays without depriving myself When I'm done with the program I'll not only be happy and healthy but have a coach for life Do what I did and start compare today Visit co pair health dot com that COP ARE health dot com ARE health dot com Somewhere in the night you're 59 I'm WTO.
"beethoven symphony" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast
"Season at tanglewood was the first time it had done so since world war two if there was ever assigned that maybe were emerging from the pandemic. I'd say it's a. Bso's returned to the berkshires and earlier this month when orchestra's started applying from the shed concert goers heard this I wish you people at home could watch marjorie moving to beethoven johnny line to talk about what it's like to be back at tanglewood would and what it means to be a musicians to be performing together again is one of our favorite people under nelson's andres is music director of the boston symphony orchestra and the leipzig von house orchestra. Andreas it is so great to talk to you. Welcome back thank you so much. It's so great to hear you. So we have to be back. I tell you great to hear the orchestra. No one has lost any technique. Intro that is that is for sure so so. Tell us about that. That opening night being back tangled plane the beethoven. I understand the musicians in a break from tradition all came out together. Tell us about what was that was like. I mean it was absolutely unbelievable. Feeling because I personally hustle i. Also we became the orchestra. You know some speeches and then be started with the beethoven symphony lost moment which is all on pump pump prices victorious and and very uplifting and and the soul of orcas. There was a thought all blown away from the stage because intensity energy from the game so much so that it is really feeling the the appears in the is and and i think. I think that's how we be are feeling and i mean h goal here now and each you hustle. So being being back is this amazing and also mean interesting that the conductor had i hit my instrument. I have no nothing you know. Have only my body arms face. I can you know and and you know it. Musicians they of course play. And i i. I was missing my my instrument. Which is the the orchestra and the orchestra conduct series absolutely useless even with orchestras conducted. Not only necessary. But but so. I've got so much absolutely so much. Missed them all all all of them. And of course the audience. I mean audiences audience. We also can not survive. We need oxygen to pass the energies of the audience and receive back in the concept. Here already have been so emotional. What was the last year like for you. I mean we spoke on television. I don't know four or five six months ago. I think you were in germany..
"beethoven symphony" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"This is Bloomberg 11 30. Now. Global News Update a second vaccine against coronavirus gains approval for public use Moderna Partners with the McKesson pharmaceutical company for the rapid roll out of the new covert vaccine, the FDA granted the emergency use authorization to Madonna's covert 19 vaccine yesterday. President elect Joe Biden will get vaccinated for covert 19 On Monday, Biden and his wife will be given the shots in public to help build Americans confidence in the vaccine. Lawmakers on Capitol Hill working through the weekend to try to strike a deal on a covert relief package. The $900 billion deal is far less than the $4 Trillion approved earlier this year. A spy satellite is on its way into orbit after a successful space X launch of a Falcon nine rocket this morning from Cape Canaveral. That's the latest I'm Cameron Fairchild. This is Bloomberg. Best. I'm Ed Baxter, and I'm Denise Pellegrini. Pretty much any musician or concert Hall is hurting because of the pandemic, including Lincoln Center. But if you ask Witten Marcellus about it, there are also some money positives as well. That's right. The nation now the musician and managing an artistic director of jazz at Lincoln Center, talked about it on the David Rubenstein show, Peer to peer conversations. Let's listen in. Orchestra. We still have a vast majority of our staff on we're open for business with getting things in the orchestra is so supportive of the mission of the organization we have 11 arranges in our orchestra. That's something that has never happened. Composers, teachers, the phone calls I get then when you get our staff and our managers of every division about building So our financial I'll CFO. I can go position a position. People's dedication will bring me to tears. And that's why you know what we're we're struggling, like all arts organizations are because we've lost ability to earn revenue. But We're so for real about our mission and achieving it even under this type of dress. I think it's really the greatest blessing I've had in my life has been to work with this high quality people for this amount of time, so I'm so grateful for that opportunity. I don't even consider it to be work when you go overseas. I is jazz popular outside the United States. Jazz has never really been popular, so no, it's not. It's not popular like a Like like funk was popular like rock and roll is popular is not popular. It is, it is. Ah! Jazz is meaningful and his necessary so those who were interested in that like jazz those who are not they don't they don't like just there's a lot of other things, too, like we need to teach our kids about the music. It is a national art form. And always make make the point people that was gonna be new in jazz. I said, people are gonna listen to it. That's what's the new thing. Let's suppose somebody says I've never been exposed and jazz very much. I just listen to Winton Marsalis unpersuaded. He knows what he's talking about, Uh, S so I'm gonna listen to jazz. What is it that you would tell people about why the jazz experience as a listener is so compelling compared to other forms of music because it has the development section. So you have to follow what music is played from one point It's like what I loved about that Beethoven Symphony. It wasn't just one thing repeated over and over again. It was a thing. And then another thing I nothing jazz is the music is most in the world like conversation. Jazz is a music. It's the prizes individuality. You have a lot of great individuals you can interface with. From less. The young to Billie Holiday to Chick Corea, Herbie Hancock. You could make this name musicians. You have great groups that you could love their fully in different forms. And you have the whole Afro Latin form of jams that takes you everywhere from Brazil to Cuba to Puerto Rico. It Integration, citizenship in your understanding of the world and mostly, and most important, it gives you tremendous pride and being America. Because we didn't have to denigrate a cut anybody down or do anything negative to anybody to create. This is a non predatory form. It's a symbiotic form, and you can be as rich as you want to be in jazz, and nobody else has to be poor. You're a teenager by my standards, So you're very, very young. But you'll continue to do this for another couple decades. Because this is what you love doing. Is that right? Ma'am? I still smell Similac on you. E. I don't know what you're talking about. Yeah, Yeah, I'm gonna do this till I die. If I can't have gifted the good Lord willing and people will have me. I've been. I've been blessed to do something kind of this abstract and get unbelievable support from people. That's why earlier when I asked the question of racism.
"beethoven symphony" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Do you guys remember this hooked on classics? Remember? I know my mom is out there jamming us just for a minute. This is awesome Breakdown. Rob, This's what Use it with a T So much so good. Having all right now. That's the hooked on classics version of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony, Right. I Love that album Rock out This's before kids had the Internet and like they were subjected to like Horrible things on it, And it would just sit in their room like total dorks and listen, too hooked on classics and dances like makeup choreography to it like if you were singing, Of course, that one doesn't have lyrics. But all the songs that were saying you'd hold your hairbrush I never I didn't really think that was a terrible singer. But I would like, pretend to play the piano, you know, Presented to be Bruno on fame. So you remember Did you ever see the TV show? I would totally And I was Natalie. Yes. Slowly. Natalie. God write. I don't sing right. I would hold the hairbrush and look at us now, and I would cry. Look, I get emotional. So amazingly, Beethoven's Fifth Symphony is in the news. And that is because vox's dot com decided to write this hot Take about is on fire. You guys This take is on fire is lit. Uh, we should have full credit by the way to the author's Nate Sloan and Charlie Harding of Bach. They seem really smart. Who wrote the following headline We G O, How Beethoven's Fifth Symphony put the classism in classical music. So these guys, here's their take. Okay, so this what they're suggesting is that because Beethoven was white, Oh, and most other notorious, infamous classical musicians are white. Yeah, Classical music has become a form of quote, exclusion, elitism and gatekeeping for black and brown people. Let's cancel it. Cancel all of it. So if you just can't I'm so done with all of this. We're going after classical music, you guys They're going after classical music and apparently boxes of the only one In July, The New York Times wrote a big article that accused the world of classical music in the world of classical music of failing to address racism like Beethoven has released a statement. You guys, that's unacceptable. We gotta dig. I can't Thes. People are lunatics. There looked absolutely according to that. New York Times article, it said, And I quote with their major institutions founded on white European models and obstinately focused on the distant past. Classical music and opera have been even slower than American society at large to only front racial inequity. I mean, they got to do this. They got to confront it. Just listen to the music you get. There's nothing to come. Well, somebody's gotta call his great great, great, great, great, Great, Great, Great, Great, great, great great granddaughter and find out what it's about this what? She is obviously a racist. How does this hurt? How does that music hurt? Anybody? Let anybody How do flags her people? Ma? How do they don't know why and what's happening. It hurts them because liberals here here's the answer. Here's what they're saying. Okay, now it makes all the sense in the world. Oh, it does does yet because of course, it makes our basic For one, and for others for black and brown and others. Women LGBTQ Plus wait balls were included. Yes, including, including okay people of color. Beethoven Symphony is a predominantly a predominant reminder of classical music's history of exclusion and elitism. So when you hear that song we weren't jamming out. Remind ourselves that is based on exclusion. And then we feel bad about it. I didn't but I know I didn't know I was. I felt joy. I felt immense joy. That's what is that wrong? No, it's not wrong. Does all of the reasons to that and think my God, I feel so outrage in offended by this music's history, illusion, people who have no joy That's it doesn't because I because I grew up listening to classical music because I was playing. I was classically trained in pleat and piano. I grew up listening to classical music. It brought me great joy. Is there somebody that's preventing black and Brown and LGBTQ people and women from enjoying and players like I don't understand. Not at all. Not. I feel like it's open to anyone. Anybody it's out there. You can play it. You just get the sheet music you can play and could play. Listen to it. You can do that, and it's just music. It's all it is. And it's great. It's it's just little notes on paper. Just how does that How is that elitist? And how does it exclude? Because it was like the great include er it is because it's for everybody. There's no limits. You're right. Can we hear some more of that? You can board Why do you have to ruin everything? Why did you do that? Every single thing. You're not ruining this for me. You're not doing it. I'm going to continue to have joy and you can suck it. You could do that. Keep playing it, Rob, Turn it up. Guys stay with So totally loving the Q X 50. I'm borrowing this week from Dr Reingold. It is my favorite. See that about all infinities you drive this time. I really mean it. This is the model that has the variable compression turbo engine and it's so different than the other infinities. It's got this launch to it. It's smooth. It's got great response time. I love everything about it. Isn't this the model that has a steering wheel that buzzes and vibrates If you drive it crazy, you know which in your case could mean that it's buzzing and vibrating like nonstop. I wouldn't know since I don't drive crazy. All right. Thank you. X 50 is very, very sensitive and very concerned for my safety, which is actually super considerate. Okay? You just keep telling yourself that and meantime, ifyou're listening Right now you're looking for a really awesome SUV cross over something with tons of room but not gigantic, not a gigantic beast of an SUV..
"beethoven symphony" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Has disbanded itself. After it realised. It's super racist. Honest, I did the I I struggle with teasing these stories because the teases sound like they're not. They're not truthful. Cause they stories are so stupid. And I'm like surprised myself, Right say that, like it's something that a band honestly get together and go. Hey, guys, it's figured out. We're super duper races. Where we should not be a band anymore than they all just went. Yeah, Let's get out of here like there wasn't one dissenting vote. Yeah, Like, what do you mean? What do you mean? We We just get together player, dumb instruments to talk about Yeah, and said that I didn't tease that story because that's the story. And I'm like, Is that right? That sounds that doesn't sound right. That isn't certainly things that logical people would do, but it is. So it is. In fact, here, let's just go into a Columbia University's band quote, enthusiastically dissolves, dude. We're making a difference. Excited about this enthusiastically dissolves due to realization it was founded on racism and oppression. These. These people are one step off, killing themselves for mother Gaia, and I feel like they just need a push in the right direction. The hell are you talking about? The Columbia University marching Band announced it would dissolve due to Intrinsic, irreparable damage caused by the club's structure. Which was founded on the basis of racism and cultural oppression. Following a meeting that happened Ah guesses September 12. So what would that be Saturday? To discuss anonymous postings that alleged the band's involvement and sexual misconduct, assault and racism, among other things. The band unanimously and enthusiastically decided to dissolve after a 116 year history. The band then issued a statement apologizing for insult and injury victims in insult on injury victims have experienced is a result of actions. Perpetrated in its name. The band has maintained a club structure founded on the basis of racism, cultural oppression, misogyny and sexual harassment. And found it quote impossible to reform an organization so grounded in prejudice, culture and traditions. These people are all mental patients. Who can play an instrument. So that's good it at the at the rubber room factor you guys could have a band. We're all getting treatment and Thor Zine. Um I can't for the life of me figure out what they so What do you mean by that? Like you're you're founded 116 years ago. But your your club design is A structure founded on the basis of racism. Are you saying that back in the day that you that there were no black band members? Okay? Yeah, I was pretty racist back in the day. Do you have black band members? Now? Do you have people of Friday backgrounds where you you know, you just get the best people based on their ability to play the instruments because that's a pretty good structure. I like that structure. Cause I feel like that's kind of your structure now. Although I would argue it's probably not as pure as all that cause I'll bet if somebody came in there, and they had a trump sticker on their cello. You'll lose your crap. You really want to debate me on that? The band has a disturbing lack of inclusivity and respect for people and their properties. Statement says The band has no tolerance for racism, sexual sold homophobe transphobic sexism. Bullying, personal theft and other forms of abuse. A statement, followed by the resignation of multiple bandleaders are reported calls to dissolve the entirety of the organization. The I just I can't with these people anymore. You have create. You have created this. Unachievable. Thing, and I wouldn't say it's perfect because it's not. It's lunacy. But you're unable to achieve the full breadth of the lunacy, the of which you desire. Did you find yourself lacking? And it's and it's because intrinsically part of your ideology is This. This this mental self flagellation Everytime you you have a thought or you could or you talk to somebody or whatever it is. I really, really should be its own mental illness. Probably is considered how thick that book is. All right. Um, let's see here. That's it, So there's there's no more band, but they want you to know that they did they committed. Seppuku on their own, so All right. Where's my cancel story? I Yes, It's already in the world of music and canceling. Let's get this done. Sorry. Classical music fans, Beethoven's been canceled. Yes, bait Elvin specifically that evil white European males Fifth Symphony. Which, according to box puts the classism In classical music. So stupid. Now. What was Beethoven's motivation to spend his fifth Symphony? There's an accepted. There's an accepted idea of what what prompted it's he would Beethoven was dealing with Wass. His his deafness and and and the build up to what was eventually going to be him going completely deaf. So at that time It's It's a metaphor for his resilience during that transition within his life, right, That's so that's really what is kind of the acceptable Thought process on that, or at least the theory so However. That's just that's not that's not going to cut it in today's society of woke nous. So let me get into this box article. Has been there's long been the popular read among wealthy white men who embrace Beethoven and turned his symphony into a symbol for their superiority and importance for others. Women LGBTQ plus people, people of color. Beethoven Symphony is predominantly a reminder of classical music's history of exclusion.
"beethoven symphony" Discussed on Classics for Kids
"Welcome to classics for Kids I'm Naomi Lewin Fransius of Haydn is known as the father of the symphony because he took that form of orchestra music and perfected it. . But no one changed the symphony more than Ludvig Fund Beethoven. . The First Symphony Beethoven wrote definitely sounds like it was influenced by Haydn's music. . By the time Beethoven wrote his second symphony tragedy had struck, , but you'd never know it from the music. . The Summer Beethoven wrote his Second Symphony was the summer he realized he was going death. . Instead of letting his misery out in his music Beethoven put it all into a letter at the end of which he said he wasn't going to let deafness stop him from being a musician. . When Napoleon Bonaparte started conquering Europe Van was a huge fan because he thought Napoleon was going to help ordinary people. . Beethoven planned to dedicate his third symphony to Napoleon. . <music>. . But then Napoleon. . Crowned himself emperor proving that he was more interested in power than people. . Beethoven was furious and changed the name of his symphony number three to ero- Ika the heroic symphony. . Beethoven's Fourth Symphony has some very dancing music. . Sometimes. . The fourth kind of gets lost in the shuffle between the Aurora and the even more famous symphony that came next Beethoven's fifth. . Avenue. . The man who wrote the first biography of Beethoven claimed that the composer meant the opening at the to be knocking at the door. . But a student of Beethoven's thought his teacher had nothing more faithfully mind than a bird call from a kind of sparrow a yellowhammer. . Whether or not Beethoven included a bird in his fifth. . He certainly put birds and a lot more nature into his six, , which even has a nature nickname, , the pastoral or pastorale symphony. . No birds at all in Beethoven's symphony number seven just rousing music. . In Beethoven's Eighth Symphony something is clearly ticking. . More about that next week, , which brings us to Beethoven's ninth a piece that completely changed how people thought of symphonies. . No one had ever used singers in a symphony before, , but Beethoven put plenty of them into the last movement of the peace in his famous. . Ode to Joy, , with words by German playwright. . Friedrich Schiller. . I one person seems it. . And eventually a whole chorus joins in. . People all over the world know and love Beethoven's Ninth Symphony. . When the Berlin Wall came down, , they celebrated with a huge concert featuring Beethoven's ninth. . I've been sung it in China where audiences went crazy next week the mechanical object in Beethoven's symphony number eight and a lot more pieces of music describe inanimate objects
"Welcome to classics for Kids I'm Naomi Lewin Fransius of Haydn is known as the father of the symphony because he took that form of orchestra music and perfected it. But no one changed the symphony more than Ludvig Fund Beethoven. The First Symphony Beethoven wrote definitely sounds like it was influenced by Haydn's music. By the time Beethoven wrote his second symphony tragedy had struck, but you'd never know it from the music. The Summer Beethoven wrote his Second Symphony was the summer he realized he was going death. Instead of letting his misery out in his music Beethoven put it all into a letter at the end of which he said he wasn't going to let deafness stop him from being a musician. When Napoleon Bonaparte started conquering Europe Van was a huge fan because he thought Napoleon was going to help ordinary people. Beethoven planned to dedicate his third symphony to Napoleon. But then Napoleon. Crowned himself emperor proving that he was more interested in power than people. Beethoven was furious and changed the name of his symphony number three to ero- Ika the heroic symphony. Beethoven's Fourth Symphony has some very dancing music. Sometimes. The fourth kind of gets lost in the shuffle between the Aurora and the even more famous symphony that came next Beethoven's fifth. Avenue. The man who wrote the first biography of Beethoven claimed that the composer meant the opening at the to be knocking at the door. But a student of Beethoven's thought his teacher had nothing more faithfully mind than a bird call from a kind of sparrow a yellowhammer. Whether or not Beethoven included a bird in his fifth. He certainly put birds and a lot more nature into his six, which even has a nature nickname, the pastoral or pastorale symphony. No birds at all in Beethoven's symphony number seven just rousing music. In Beethoven's Eighth Symphony something is clearly ticking. More about that next week, which brings us to Beethoven's ninth a piece that completely changed how people thought of symphonies. No one had ever used singers in a symphony before, but Beethoven put plenty of them into the last movement of the peace in his famous. Ode to Joy, with words by German playwright. Friedrich Schiller. I one person seems it. And eventually a whole chorus joins in. People all over the world know and love Beethoven's Ninth Symphony. When the Berlin Wall came down, they celebrated with a huge concert featuring Beethoven's ninth. I've been sung it in China where audiences went crazy next week the mechanical object in Beethoven's symphony number eight and a lot more pieces of music describe inanimate objects
"beethoven symphony" Discussed on Classics for Kids
"Welcome to classics for Kids I'm Naomi Lewin Fransius of Haydn is known as the father of the symphony because he took that form of orchestra music and perfected it. . But no one changed the symphony more than Ludvig Fund Beethoven. . The First Symphony Beethoven wrote definitely sounds like it was influenced by Haydn's music. . By the time Beethoven wrote his second symphony tragedy had struck, , but you'd never know it from the music. . The Summer Beethoven wrote his Second Symphony was the summer he realized he was going death. . Instead of letting his misery out in his music Beethoven put it all into a letter at the end of which he said he wasn't going to let deafness stop him from being a musician. . When Napoleon Bonaparte started conquering Europe Van was a huge fan because he thought Napoleon was going to help ordinary people. . Beethoven planned to dedicate his third symphony to Napoleon. . <music>. . But then Napoleon. . Crowned himself emperor proving that he was more interested in power than people. . Beethoven was furious and changed the name of his symphony number three to ero- Ika the heroic symphony. . Beethoven's Fourth Symphony has some very dancing music. . Sometimes. . The fourth kind of gets lost in the shuffle between the Aurora and the even more famous symphony that came next Beethoven's fifth. . Avenue. . The man who wrote the first biography of Beethoven claimed that the composer meant the opening at the to be knocking at the door. . But a student of Beethoven's thought his teacher had nothing more faithfully mind than a bird call from a kind of sparrow a yellowhammer. . Whether or not Beethoven included a bird in his fifth. . He certainly put birds and a lot more nature into his six, , which even has a nature nickname, , the pastoral or pastorale symphony. . No birds at all in Beethoven's symphony number seven just rousing music. . In Beethoven's Eighth Symphony something is clearly ticking. . More about that next week, , which brings us to Beethoven's ninth a piece that completely changed how people thought of symphonies. . No one had ever used singers in a symphony before, , but Beethoven put plenty of them into the last movement of the peace in his famous. . Ode to Joy, , with words by German playwright. . Friedrich Schiller. . I one person seems it. . And eventually a whole chorus joins in. . People all over the world know and love Beethoven's Ninth Symphony. . When the Berlin Wall came down, , they celebrated with a huge concert featuring Beethoven's ninth. . I've been sung it in China where audiences went crazy
"Welcome to classics for Kids I'm Naomi Lewin Fransius of Haydn is known as the father of the symphony because he took that form of orchestra music and perfected it. But no one changed the symphony more than Ludvig Fund Beethoven. The First Symphony Beethoven wrote definitely sounds like it was influenced by Haydn's music. By the time Beethoven wrote his second symphony tragedy had struck, but you'd never know it from the music. The Summer Beethoven wrote his Second Symphony was the summer he realized he was going death. Instead of letting his misery out in his music Beethoven put it all into a letter at the end of which he said he wasn't going to let deafness stop him from being a musician. When Napoleon Bonaparte started conquering Europe Van was a huge fan because he thought Napoleon was going to help ordinary people. Beethoven planned to dedicate his third symphony to Napoleon. But then Napoleon. Crowned himself emperor proving that he was more interested in power than people. Beethoven was furious and changed the name of his symphony number three to ero- Ika the heroic symphony. Beethoven's Fourth Symphony has some very dancing music. Sometimes. The fourth kind of gets lost in the shuffle between the Aurora and the even more famous symphony that came next Beethoven's fifth. Avenue. The man who wrote the first biography of Beethoven claimed that the composer meant the opening at the to be knocking at the door. But a student of Beethoven's thought his teacher had nothing more faithfully mind than a bird call from a kind of sparrow a yellowhammer. Whether or not Beethoven included a bird in his fifth. He certainly put birds and a lot more nature into his six, which even has a nature nickname, the pastoral or pastorale symphony. No birds at all in Beethoven's symphony number seven just rousing music. In Beethoven's Eighth Symphony something is clearly ticking. More about that next week, which brings us to Beethoven's ninth a piece that completely changed how people thought of symphonies. No one had ever used singers in a symphony before, but Beethoven put plenty of them into the last movement of the peace in his famous. Ode to Joy, with words by German playwright. Friedrich Schiller. I one person seems it. And eventually a whole chorus joins in. People all over the world know and love Beethoven's Ninth Symphony. When the Berlin Wall came down, they celebrated with a huge concert featuring Beethoven's ninth. I've been sung it in China where audiences went crazy
"beethoven symphony" Discussed on The Big 98
"On it. Go ahead. I believe this is Most art That is actually a lot of wig Mon Beethoven's Symphony in C minor. One breath. Not good. If Eddie gets three out of six, I give you 50 bucks. If he doesn't I take control of his avatar for few days, 24 hours, 36 hours. Your own poser alert way. Here we go. Let's listen to the second for a bit. He's doing the hands. He's doing, composer hands trying to picture in my mind. Who did this? All right, I got it. I believe that is Mozart. That is Moz. You come up with something that is mine. Klein natch. New day. Yes, in D minor. No, I don't know about that. Okay? You're one or two. You're on right now. We're on track, and he's gonna get 3 to 6 days, okay? Here is your next classic masterpiece this for shares in the carpet New Hyundai Sonata for it, It's kind of driving. I've never heard that one. Yes, I have heard this. Take a wild guess here. Johann Sebastian Bach. Ah, isn't the only one you know? So that is called Harpsichord Concerto number one in D minor by Young people. No, no more. You know, you just You know, it doesn't matter. If he wins, he wins. We can't be hating on a win. I know. Okay, but he's guessing I don't know it to me. It looks like the guy knows Well, something think whatever you want, Okay? Ah, Here we go. This one.
"beethoven symphony" Discussed on KQED Radio
"It's All Things Considered from NPR news I'm Kelly had you knew they were beautiful you knew they were stirring but did you know Beethoven symphonies were political symphony was to be his arena for dealing with highly charged important philosophical and political issues John Eliot Gardiner on conducting all nine of Beethoven symphonies first the news live from NPR news in Culver city California nine to Wayne brown Chinese regulators are promising tax cuts another aid to help companies recover from China's virus outbreak as the corona virus spreads deeper into Europe and the Middle East meanwhile some health officials are saying the virus is likely to show up around the world here's NPR's Jason Beaubien over the last few days there definitely has been a shift in this outbreak China remains the epicenter it remains the place where people are dying at the highest rate remains the place where you getting the largest number of cases but over the last few days there have been significant outbreaks that have popped up in South Korea in Iran in Italy it has spread to other countries about rain is now reporting cases Afghanistan there's definitely been this shift away from China with new cases and significant outbreaks popping up in other parts of the world NPR's Jason Beaubien concerns are high in Europe where the three largest economies are already facing potential recession disgraced Hollywood movie producer Harvey Weinstein has been convicted on two sexual assault charges including rape from member station W. NYC Danny Lewis was outside the New York City courthouse where Weinstein was try after five days of deliberation the jury found wind Steen guilty of committing a criminal sex act and third degree rape one of Weinstein's attorneys Arthur I dollar says his team will appeal very certain.
"beethoven symphony" Discussed on Stand Partners for Life
"Amends in an orchestra but we should make a note to do it. If we've we've harmed someone. Thanks all all right. We'll step ten song time to be there. I know Yeah Stan partners for life not just for a week step. Ten has continued to take personal inventory and when we were wrong promptly admitted I do that all the time illiterate. You mean well I feel like you admit things to me all the time but you're not these aren't things where you're actually wrong now like I am always trying to work on stuff and I'm always finding things weren't totally right in logo. I mean you're you do that to a fault. Yeah I got cavern Auburn. That's true this is not test for you to see if you're following all these tests real field like I feel like I'm being quizzed about my the twelfth step worthy well this remember. This is only really if you truly wanted to be anonymous in the orchestra anyway. But I was. I was actually thinking of times when I have been concert. Master and maybe phrased something in the way. That wasn't great. I'll never you mean like verbally. Yeah or your just this concept of when you were wrong promptly. Admitting it now everyone always always like they say like you are the best person I've ever encountered in terms of like being able to give direction on a really neutral non-hostile away and maybe overly careful about that. But I don't think there's any situation where you've said anything in a way that compadres for well let's say you make a Boeing mistake or you tell the group something that you heard and then it turns out. That's the conductor said the opposite thing thing. Okay I mean I think it's important to it is important to admit it right away. I mean take people respect you. It's okay to be wrong a lot as long as you step. Eleven is is like one of those. Constitutional amendments has a whole bunch of clauses. Too Long One sought sought through prayer and meditation to improve our conscious contact with the higher power as we understood him praying only for knowledge of his will for us and the power to carry. Carry that out there is that. That's what North Stras in the end. All you're hoping that you carried out your instructions properly so would you call these instructions from the conductor more from the composer like let's say playing a Beethoven Symphony. You say trying to improve your conscious contact with Tova. NEGRA understand him and you're right in Manhattan to be conductor is being like intermediary you know otherwise like everybody's got a slightly different opinion of how this should go or you know it's not going to really work if you got all those different ideas. So hopefully the conductors unifying force when they're supposed to Jimmy Prang only for knowledge of his will do the I pray. Please let me know how many beats getting that happened in the Russell Pekka was up there and he said all I'll give you three for the new play than about eight times in a row three insane. Wait one more see what happens in the concert see how many people have meditated. He's you know he's a little scary like like that will be the unifying force. I know I'm going to get that look from him. It's GonNa Freak me out and I'm GONNA come in on four instead of waiting jinxing myself. You've tough repertory this week and finally step twelve having had spiritual awakening as a result of these steps. We tried to carry this message to other orchestra musicians and to practice these principles in all our affairs. Now that's tricky. A lot of conflict comes from China. Get everybody on the same page. Then that'd be like you just just got thrown him into a holding twelve steps again. Why I think I think that's part of the point and read like they can be repeated as necessary not supposed to feel like Sisyphus I'm pushing that Boulder Backup L. L. Twelve steps to be repeated all day every day. No no not every day. I mean everybody obeyed. These tenants in. I think we'd be in lottery shape. Well that's what step twelve says that you share with other orchestra musicians in that is it's kind of what we're doing in this. podcast asteroid that I think I think there are other orchestra musicians listening in. Hopefully the right ones will. Aw I mean now are these steps so that we kinda started by saying these are the steps to follow. If you really do want to become anonymous the orchestra I feel like you've managed to turn them in a more positive direction like you could follow these steps and actually be a great orchestral players. Understand it there's just no way around the anonymity player you but there are positive if things about being in Murga Stra have the last so I think there is a spin that you can put on it. That's like toiling in relative enemy. And hopefully you'll be rewarded in the musical afterlife. Yeah hopefully hopefully Salman the current life to sleep even at this week's concert in sweets repertoires. Tough hindemith Matisse Jurmala. Actually there's actually no way that we're GonNa Rena step limelight in this program in any good way. So let's we'd jump right now hall or something. Yeah I think you can falling off. The wagon will definitely get you some some temporary fame or notoriety notarize. So in this week it's probably best to remain anonymous. And I like the twist I like to spend you put on it and I am always struggling against the anonymity but I think the menu anonymous near you know. Hey when I was in the hospital doctor knew right away who you're well. He knew the color of my hair. But that's you know ah very pertinent. I'm sure well I wear as for me. He said I. I've never seen you. Yeah that was kind of exchange for for someone who claim to go. All the time don't share. He's there like this week. Well then he'll see US anonymous here. Yeah that's true. I wonder if you know another professions. Do you want to remain anonymous. Also I mean for doctors maybe the highest calling is to be that person that just save lives and nobody knows your name to ask around. So I'm pretty sure some of the monarchy known that's true those ones like in the Pasadena. Ten best ten best list dollars I will get one of them on the show but thank you all for joining us for these twelve steps of orchestra players anonymous and if you have an orchestral experience that fits into these. I hope you'll share it with us. Just a hit us up contacted Stan partners for life and actually you could also also leave it in a an itunes view. That's an awesome way to help your friends and colleagues find us. Just visit our show on itunes and leave us that the little reading and review. That would be fun and you can leave your thoughts on the twelve steps to so great to talk with you as always and can't great to see you back for the next episode of standards for Life.
"beethoven symphony" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Orchestra's hold playing Beethoven symphony number one to nineteen seventy all in the Tony Award winning the band's visit continues the box theater meanwhile the big show could happen on your way home this evening we get rain in the afternoon rush WSB your office Kirk Miller stretch live once again what do you think about that time line right now WSP stormtracker radar shows a line of showers stretching from a Rockmart southeast through Hiram Douglasville to the east point area the air is very dry however sold most of its evaporating before it reaches the ground but tells some of it will also some nuisance rain drops between now and the noon hour then the real rain comes in after dark look for a high around fifty one lower not around forty two tomorrow showers eighty percent likely in the morning diminishing to a thirty percent chance afternoon hi fifty seven for Saturday a mix of sun and clouds chilly high forty nine low around thirty two recapping our forecast for today run the six on the mileage meter mostly cloudy a thirty percent chance of a shower daytime then rain ninety percent likely tonight and a high around fifty one right now windchill factor making it feel like thirty two AM where thirty eight on Peachtree street I'm meteorologist Kirk knowledge ninety five point five WS space Jack in the morning drive again Thursday mornings usually a challenge about this would mark a over this morning Scott including three union sitting on I eighty five north down how to break down a traveling eighty five north your financials road that's why it's so slow trying to get a cue I too would be five this morning seventy five Gucci but Henry county Clayton county delays beginning tomorrow working your way up to that south side perimeter downtown slander the connector northbound actually one sixty six to mid town still following pretty hefty delays and let the springs.
"beethoven symphony" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"North on Third Avenue between Fillmore Detroit and in Inglewood at Broadway in Bellevue you know so I love this I don't have a the GM this is a classical music jam the store jam Dave what what the heck is a jam jam is like your song is your groove it's what you get down to okay yours just might be a Beethoven symphony that's all still your jam okay let's may come back from the break with that and then jam I'll get a massage one time not at the oversized I was traveling and I was getting a massage and you know when you go have you ever had a massage yeah of course yeah okay so you know you go in there they have that like nature's song playing with the you know waterfall tripping in the background and then there's some kind of flute playing and maybe a couple piano every once in awhile so I lay down in the song comes up and I said oh I love this song getting around of course because they all sound exactly the same as windows what music it is and the massage there was like okay and I went publishing of joked before she was anyway somethings sound better in your head than they sound coming out of your mouth just wanna throw that out there a few stories that one hit on that are on the blog today and there's a great story from the federalist about how the media has embraced the movie about the sexual harassment scandal with fox news they cannot get any of it Dave it is best movie ever leave now the movie about Richard jewel with Clint Eastwood that cast the media in a really negative ugly light because they deserve to be cast into an ugly white that's a loser that's the worst thing ever but I'll take it one step further where's the movie about the sexual harassment scandal around Charlie Rose where's the movie about Matt Lauer being accused of rape by online stream movie yeah would that be ironic if the Weinstein company made a once the movie did you see him yesterday and put it on the blog I was so irritated Harvey Weinstein is now whining what is it about him not able to walk what is that about the for no one remembers how much I've done for well also nobody will ever careers large.
"beethoven symphony" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime
"Of all impressions are those we receive I and so we would urge with all earnestness that your our first selection of records should contain at least some of the world's big music art is art no matter what form it may take and those who are sincere in their musical opinions while no more despise the lighter and more Popular Music Jake then they will despise good music which is the product of other kinds of feeling and rhythms in certain moods roots and at certain times there is this much inspiration to be derived from ragtime as there is from a Beethoven symphony or the thunderous under his emotions of a great opera each produces its effect in its own way and each supplies a very real human need but because they are so different in the form of their appeal they need to be treated somewhat differently. The fact of the matter is that popular music is usually built up on one of a few well recognized formulae it does what so you expected to do not consciously but by association we have learned to accept certain patterns in music as as we have learned to expect certain patterns in close since there is nothing essentially different in any of them they are easy to learn and so easy to get tired of there is however a very real pleasure in picking up the tune for a few days. We are quite happy whistling or singing the new song but once the new Popular Song is learned then what your own experience will tell you and that is why we urge that in your first collection of records you secure a number of the classics a six or semi classics with which you are familiar familiar that is precisely the point the door Thomas One said that popular music was familiar music and that is the unassailable truth a Beethoven Symphony. Anthony may be as popular as the Rosary when enough people have become as familiar with it and yet it may be a classic of the classics Wchs Parenthetically it might be set at this point that for those who do not sing or play the Victoria is by far the quickest first and simplest medium through which to pick up the new music to illustrate by a concrete example so long letty or tipperary keep a family full to the brim with bright pleasant joyful motions for quite some little time I am it may be days or weeks. It might even be months but clements record of the bear sues from Jocelyn then Elman's record of the Schubert's Ave Maria or any one of a thousand we might mention while smooth the wrinkles from your brow the triple furrows from your mind ten years from today as surely as they will now when the music of all the world is at your disposal it is almost impossible to refrain from bathing heart and soul and body and but remember that to become saturated with anything is to lose the fine edge of enjoyment with too frequent sequent hues the most valuable remedy may lose its healing virtues definite measurable physical effects could be produced by music and the gist of the matter is that one should become familiar enough with music to understand and enjoy it it but never familiar enough to induce the loss of it's a fact here it when you need to hear it and it will will continue to be a thing of joy not for days or weeks off through the years personal taste varies more or perhaps in music than in any other art but in a general way it follows much the same broad channels and in in any case the victor record catalogue since it actually does contain almost all the music of the world by the world's greatest experience of musical art is a treasure house of untold satisfaction and keeps the whitest possible scope for personnel selection. The Victoria is not one instrument but all of them it is a voice choice a violin a trombone or a symphony orchestra according to your will and in making a selection off-record full advantage should be taken of this most extraordinary privilege making up a troll program. I'm for the entertainment of friends calls for just the same variety and emotional balance as the professional musician strives to introduce into his own programs but in this you as your own concert manager enjoy a degree of latitude holy holy beyond the reach of any single artist and any manager for Africa branch of Music every type of music music and every medium of musical expression may be brought into play by the simple expedient of having a sufficiently the barge and sufficiently varied collection of records in giving operatic programs or in playing operatic records occurred for your own satisfaction the Victoria Book of the opera we'll be an added source of pleasure and satisfaction Ford affords. It's a clear concise understanding off all the well known operas both is to music plot and dramatic action so then to the pleasure derived from operatic records may be similarly heightened by listening to the music with a libretto which gives the foreign words used by the singer and an English translation of them. Those who are unskilled in languages usually experienced experienced some difficulty in pronouncing the names of composers artists operas and Opera Characters and there is an undeniable satisfaction satisifaction in being able to pronounce such words correctly.
"beethoven symphony" Discussed on The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly
"And I I caught flack from people like who are you. We've never seen you before not in the Chamber Orchestra and the rest of the freelancing the chamber was very very welcoming to me and I still play there I and love it. You start filling music lab with a couple of years and tell the people you wonder what music lab is so philly music lab is an organization. I started with some friends and they were friends from Eastman actually and I felt like there were two needs involved here and the reason that we I started. It was in part what you said. Musicians are great at showcasing their talent but they're not necessarily great at marketing. Themselves are being good business. People and I felt like if we could educate some young musicians and even not so young musicians but people who just are sort of stuck in his place in their career that that we would be observant of service to the musical community at large Philadelphia and the other part is and in doing that also I had done some arranging work for you know a pretty significant artist who will remain nameless and that person took advantage of me and the other musicians and didn't give us the credit that we were due or the or even pay the musicians what they do for the work and I wound up in a lawsuit with this person so I wanted to teach other musicians how not to get screwed that was number one get screwed how to advocate for yourself how to get better work and how to be a good business person and the other part is that I felt like in a contracting sense that there's a lot of really great contractors in Philly and corporate corporate clients private clients they nowhere to find a great string quartet or good jazz trio but they don't know where to find radiohead on the accordion or a really amazing hot jazz band or you you know a a Brazilian folk artist you know so. I felt like there was all under represented music going on and underground music that was going on that people that I want people to hear so I mean besides my you know selfish desire to promote some of these artists because they're artists who I admire myself or who's music like I think is awesome. you know it just felt like philly needed that niche filled needed that space filled where like corporate clients are tired of seeing the same old thing for example and they are going to pay the money so why can't. I get ten ten. MC's in there and like bizarre brass band you know one and it's it's worked and so you got the What's the Saxophone Guy's name. Oh the sexy sax he does a careless whisper but he wears nothing but like leather view and there's no oh my gosh we are he'll go into like grocery stores and just get up on just play the sax refrain from careless whisper. That's all that's all. He does play that thing and he's you get him gigs well. Actually we played commissioner corporate. GIG IT turns out that the owner of that business had contacted him but I was like. Hey Kim your number because maybe all contract you know like Tori plays. It's so great connection yeah so I wanted to promote this other music which also I thought might lead into opportunities for me to arrange for them and to write for them to play for them and so it's creating a network of collaborators and and and and colleagues as well as helping some of them promote themselves for sure so. Is it like a nonprofit agency. Do you take like a service fee. We get that question all the time because half of what we do is altruistic and half of it is like keep lights on stuff so we are not a nonprofit but we don't take any of the cost to operate our business from musicians all comes from clients right so they tape the tape for the talent and they give you you're right and you know a lot of managers energies will will say. Oh okay one thousand dollars well that means. You're getting eight hundred. I won't play it that way because I don't really think that's fair. Your plumber comes and he says I want eight hundred dollars. You say well. I'm giving you six hundred. That's not usually how it goes so I don't want it to be the case I think that musicians under sell themselves and undervalue themselves tremendously yet in talking. What about sort of what you're up to now? Obviously that's a big part of what you seem like the kind of person that's got a Lotta colds in the fire a lot of hats a lot of calls I'm really GONNA be focusing a lot on arranging for other artists and writing for other artists in the next season. At least I've been wanting to put more energy into that that for a long time and I have tons of drafts of things that are just sorta like spinning around that need an outlet so I'm going to spend a little bit more time doing that and putting more of my own work out there which I am notoriously terrible at doing you perform for a lot of different genres of music and I I think I've heard you say before that like you. Sometimes classical music is seen as this sort of thing. That's inaccessible to the the vast majority of us and it seems like you kind of have this mission also to play violin in places where it might or genres or what have you might ordinarily be played definitely. I think that it should be a lot more accessible to everyone and I think we have to try harder in the classical world to make it accessible for everyone on a western European tradition which is not what everyone in the world is so or identifies is with in terms of their the cultural things they want to hear in music so I feel like we need to do a better job of making music accessible to kids and bringing music education back as a priority is important to me that's not something that it should be in our schools schools in it's like it hurts my soul I'm pretty active in our nearest chapter grammy chapter here in Philadelphia for doing advocacy with the United States government regarding musicians rights and you know so there there needs to be some systemic changes I think for that to happen but as a as an individual the human I like to try to interact with people who play music and other generous so that I can show them that that's possible. I can say you know like reef. I want to put your music with a full orchestra and we'll have a drummer there but like when a bass player like rhythm section but like I WanNa make your music a symphony. That kind of thing is the way to kind of bridge that some of those barriers right now on a human to human level so it's wild to me that the orchestra tennis tries to do this where people won't some people won't go orchestra but if the orchestras playing Harry Potter Star Wars Music Yeah then people will come out to see you can identify the stigma like the you have to wear Tuxedo five five hundred dollars that you know what I mean yeah. The tickets are expensive. The attitude is a little bit oppressive like why do we why can't we move in our seats. Why can't we we clap once or twice. One time with the Benach Jones Seattle uncovered all blown them. Really you know sound yeah so there's no. I've never been to the orchestra. No clapping no so if you played let's say a Beethoven Symphony. There are three removed wants to the symphony and beginning middle end your etiquette wise not supposed to clap and between movements but if you really love it. Isn't it natural to do that right. You Know Oh and we do that as an artist. You just got done a great piece here. It's like one of the greatest joys as performers looking at your audience and seeing they're they're feeling you know and their energy. I mean we feed off their energy one hundred percent and they feed off of our energy so I feel like we need to to move more on stage and smile on stage and feel the music on stage and not just go up there and Kinda Solloway for two hours and they need to feel that we're okay with them. Being human you know right. It's still kind of goes almost by a nineteenth century code of conduct which is ridiculous century to me and I've had people mentioned the orchestra but I can't stay quiet enough and I'm like that's terrible that you feel that way like I want to hear you and maybe one of the reasons I'm so attracted to playing non classical music is because the crowd wars playing with the WHO for thirty. Some odd thousand was an unbelievable feeling. I Four U Four. Am I really on a stage. Did you drop acid before the show. I wish man that would have been like a whole whole when you're up there. Can you see it or the latest so much. You could see how how many people were out there. I mean it's like I mean there are moments where you can't because the lights you know they they bring them up but I mean in between songs and if they light up especially in those big arenas they will just shift the lighting to the audience sometimes and you're like Oh. I mean I thought thought four thousand people for John. Williams felt like an overwhelming. That's like number Anton. Let me tell you like the pressure of playing Schindler's List Solo for that many people I it's like just like do like I don't even know what the comparison would be like. Whatever you know is super famous like then you regurgitating it and you're gonNA Schindler's Schindler's list to this case scenario. I depress everybody on on the House with that. Hey I really make them. Corriveau derive so.
"beethoven symphony" Discussed on KTOK
"About a half percent higher than last year the number of Americans without insurance now numbers about twenty seven and a half million people from newsradio one thousand Katie okay weather center on the four warn storm team partly cloudy warm tonight a low of seventy one breezy and warm and humid tomorrow with a high of ninety to a sixty percent chance of rain on Thursday and a high of ninety three more local news at six o'clock I'm Beth Myers newsradio one thousand Katie okay. newsradio one thousand eighty okay studios are service of universal men's clinic for medical solutions for ET yellow teeth learn more at universal men's clinic dot com. the city of San Francisco if your call. be sure to have long as soon. amber live at a dance body scan doing karaoke on news radio of the house the gate. tickets are available for OKC bill season opening concert featuring one of classical music's most beloved scores Beethoven symphony number five this program entitled Oklahoma stories it's an original. hoser Jack. plus the rousing and tuning in trouble. music director Alexander Mikel play Saturday September fourteenth eight PM at the Civic Center go to okay see filled out. or five tickets today Avenue a good friend of mine who was out on the golf course didn't feel quite right decided to go in coated on the way died of a heart attack forgot to the hospital I'm Lee Mathews advance body scan can.
"beethoven symphony" Discussed on KCRW
"Naima as I am by the slow section of the last movie Mahler's first symphony. They both do the same thing to me. That's a gift. I think of the gift of great music gift of you, too, because there's something in you that responds to music in a way that probably most people, most people love music, music. They don't make it their passion their galling their career. Sure, it's nice to talk about the talent that artists have certainly artists have various levels of talent. But I think the best artists, I think all the people who most earnest about the fact that this thing that we participating in is not on the larger than life, certainly larger than we are. And we understand that then we sort of become vessels and servants of this thing called art. When you say, though, that there isn't a difference between the different forms of music that that's just good music and bad music. Are you saying that musically? And in terms of complexity, there's not a lot of difference between like Beethoven and John legend, or is it just shades of difference there certainly different levels of complexity? Eighty my point is the just because there are different levels of complexity the degree of complexity doesn't make one work of art better than the other just makes it different. Because, you know if you were to look at a Beethoven symphony in his fifth symphony for example, that. Yup. Well in the first movement, we hear that about two hundred eighty eight.
"beethoven symphony" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Included. And there's always every credit apple will be accepted because we have a plan for everybody century key is on the big corner of Hillsborough and Lois avenue or online anytime at century Kia dot com. Remember at century Kia? You've got a friend in the business zero done offers a for eighty four months three point nine nine percents. APR four purchase eleven seventy per one thousand dollars financed. Seven twenty beacon or higher with approved credit by Kia Motors. Finance dealer retains all factory rebates. Offer expires twenty eight nine Morgan and Morgan dial pound five to nine on your cell phone. How long that's all heavier Florida orchestra your way with a flexible and affordable composure own series, two's, only, the concerts that fit your schedule and your wallet. Just twenty five dollars a ticket when you buy three or more concerts in Tampa. Saint Pete Clearwater mix'n'match match classical and pops concerts like Beethoven symphony number five and Disney in concert Taylor's holders time. Join the Florida orchestra for the perfect season may just for you all at composure own dot com. Hillsborough News Radio one zero five point nine FM. Studio. This is News Radio. Why cry? Ray? Bye. Oh. Through. No. Blue skies. This is coast to coast AM. Now, here's your guest host, Connie Willis. The most listened to overnight radio program in North America..