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"george gershwin" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

01:56 min | Last month

"george gershwin" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"From the front tweeted by commuter Brian Esther Brooks. I fear we have not seen a disaster of this magnitude since Fredericksburg. His latest came after two construction vehicles enlisted to prevent future train derailments actually derailed themselves. Father, our daring campaign commences, and with its setbacks. Derailments have already reared their ugly head. Faith in the tease command is waning Esther Brooks says he desert the tea if he could, but he needs it to get to work. Tobias Smith and PR news Boston. The composer George Gershwin, heard only one best sing in porgy and Bess, the soprano and brown. When she auditioned for the part, she was a student at Juilliard, the first black vocalist ever admitted there. Critic bob mandelo marks what would have been Anne brown's hundredth birthday month with a look back at a life filled with operatic moments, both on and off stage. For audiences in 1935 and Brown must have seemed to own the role of Bess at a time when there were precious few classically trained black singers, this newcomer was a revelation. Brown was 23 when she stood before George Gershwin, auditioning for the part of Bess with the schubert Arya she was studying at Juilliard, but he wanted to hear her sing a Negro spiritual after letting him know that she was offended. She sang city called heaven without accompaniment, and Gershwin knew he had his leading lady. Except it is folk opera didn't have a leading lady part. In the dubose Hayward novel called porgy, Bess is just one of many poor black

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Lionel Richie honored with Gershwin Prize

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 7 months ago

Lionel Richie honored with Gershwin Prize

"My major runner for a big name singer songwriter there's no shortage of love for Lionel Richie as friends and colleagues in the music world attended a special night in his honor he received this year's George Gershwin prize given out each year by the library of Congress Richey who has had a big string of hits over the decades got to hear others takes on those hits during a tribute concert in his honor among those paying tribute Gloria Stefan Luke Bryan Chris Stapleton and me gal Anthony Anderson hosted the whole shebang will be aired on may seventeenth on PBS I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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"george gershwin" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:42 min | 7 months ago

"george gershwin" Discussed on WGN Radio

"And it's too sad but I am in love with you Right here I'm Raleigh James and Charlotte Illinois I wanted me to play that and I'm happy to do it Love Lenny Welch and that of course was his biggest hit Not our favorite John and I have a different fave of his but still I don't think he's ever done a bad record Does an interesting country stuff too didn't hit but some good stuff so happy to happy to play it And I was just answering an email from Kathleen Hi Kathleen And she was saying that a lot of the voice-over guys sounded white and she said is that where white voices considered more believable at the time or were they packages They weren't packages Most of them were in-house people but it was more about the style of announcing at the time We all used to joke that they weren't announcers They were pronounced you know or the pear shaped horns and everything was just perfectly enunciated And that was pretty much the style But the interesting thing to me was while they were eloquent no doubt about it The disc jockeys often came across the street you know the Riemann E O papadaki diddly I am all that yeah right Frankie Crocker was wonderful at the rhymes to later But some of these people were the real deal no doubt about it But for many this was the on air affectation the rhyming and stuff And I was talking about Jocko Henderson because his dad was head of the board of education in Maryland and Baltimore And clearly he was very literate but he came across as one of the best rhymers ever He didn't start it though I think more than anybody hot rod holbert who had come to Baltimore from Memphis was the first real rhyme or we laughed that today the records wrapped back then the disc joke is wrapped in the record song which was pretty much the way it way it was but a lot of the guys who were just just terrific at shucking and driving as it were you know rhyming every possible word These folks very often were absolutely literate but that wasn't the act on the radio And yeah I loved the soul jocks She thought they were tremendous So let's see And I bet you I should play some Jocko some night because he later did that rapid series of history records where like I said he was very bright man and very educated And he tried to bring history alive through rap and it was a pretty good series Sally he's been gone now what about almost 20 years I do think Tom and Covington welcome back to WGN radio I never know what I'm gonna learn when I listen to you But last night you had mentioned about WTI X and I have an air check from 53 I'm sure because when WTI ex sign on I remember my dad coming home and said is it going to be a new station coming on And it's going to play classical music And this air check was all George Gershwin music And it had a couple of commercials on it And both sides of it were playing George Gershwin And I don't know how long after that stores got over the station and made a top 40 But it was interesting to hear an air check As a classical station It didn't work very well for them And that's when they were at 1450 of course And it worked so poorly that Todd was able to pick up that frequency for $25,000 And so he bought it in 53 but then it was butt Armstrong who he sent down the program And that was yeah it was it was lucky to get out of my house at night because it was 250 watts And at night it was hard to hear I was about 9 or ten miles out of the city Right Well it was nice and wanted license to be a thousand day two 50 night Well in those days there were all two 50 Day on night Yeah and then they went to a thousand day and two 50 night I don't remember exactly when that was if it was 70s or when it was then they went you know a thousand at night Yeah full time right Absolutely Interesting Had vacated 1450 in either 49 or 50 when they went to ten 60 Right Right And that's the deal they made with a baptist of New Orleans the church And they had to carry that Sunday morning service in perpetuity And that was fine until decided they were going to try surround sound where they were doing that reverb And they managed to put the reverb on the pots that would be appropriate for it but what they forgot was the pot that was bringing in the church service And so that first morning it really did sound like God was talking on the service because the reverb was so heavy Yeah I can just barely hear you I hear you fine You say this so often And you know what We checked with other people and nobody else has the problem So I was talking to somebody today and when he got cut off the phone just about blew my ear out with that stuff they put on Yeah well I don't know I don't know what to tell you As far as as far as that goes But yeah I know you've complained about the further regular So I kind of checked about it as much as I could and nobody else is complaining and I don't see what the problem is So I don't know what to pick I'm blaming it on you AT&T that's all I can say Well there you are So it wasn't all I was going to say but now it's a well maybe it is Yeah I can remember when they were you know they had to surveys I've got some original surveys But they have all the caricatures of all the DJs Right Surrounding the survey Right.

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"george gershwin" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

02:05 min | 9 months ago

"george gershwin" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Break I swear it's really the words that resonate for so many of us this year What do they mean to you Honestly for me it really talks about the African American experience And we bend we don't break You know we had so much pushback and it had been so many people against us And so even during the storm there might be high winds but the winds don't break the tree We just sway because our route runs so deep and our roots are our foundation And I just think it's such a powerful piece Okay let's contrast that with an opera about the black experience by a white composer Porky and Bess was written by George Gershwin back in 1935 Let's listen to Marin alsop conducting She is the first woman to lead a major symphony orchestra I'll stop step down this year from the Baltimore symphony podium that's your home orchestra Here's the operas most famous song summertime I mean this is music that I grew up around for a long time Especially summertime Also I just think this is incredible recording just these highlights of porgy and Beth You know maren I'll stop at one of my mentors and actually even one of my teachers And this is a full circle moment for me anyways because during this recording my little sister was actually in the choir the Morgan State University choir We recorded this And then I also thought it was really cool as well because I'm angel blue who's a soloist was also a soloist and fire shut up in my bones so also props Great connection It was a great moment of the year Speaking of Marin allsop you also take note of a new documentary about her It's called the conductor I think I.

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"george gershwin" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

05:58 min | 10 months ago

"george gershwin" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

"What those songs mean to different types of artists and musicians. And so I opened it with this long keening held clarinet note that for me, I stole from Gershwin from George Gershwin's rhapsody in blue. But I presented that to the musician and said, this is what I want. I want it to hold for way too long. And then we'll bring the song in underneath it and allow that to be the introduction to the album. With the books I'm doing the same thing. And if you look at the beginning of each book, there is something that in the second book, you're literally the first image is a window that's blackened. And it's inviting you into this unknown place. That book is quite, I think, accomplished. The first book as well, did Jonathan Berger book. The third book with Tilda Swinton on the cover is my pandemic book. And it is a little bit like me in third grade, not being able to read the clock quite right. It's a little stunted. It started as something that was quite tight in terms of the idea that I had for what the book was going to be. And it became something very different under the madness that became my COVID year of 2020. I went a little bit like I think a bunch of us did. And that is well represented in the book. But you need a little bit of a legend to get through it. Now the book does come with a QR code but with me describing audio describing. It's a little podcasting. If you scan the QR codes, you know, it's in a good way. If you can, so for our listeners, if you scan the QR codes on the various pages, they lead you to audio recordings of Michael talking about why he included the photographs and thinking about the narrative arc, the placement, which is super important, it's a real sort of multilayered experience that I think is really interesting for the format. It helps unravel the puzzle. And it changed my intention. My intention hasn't I hit the word artist. But as an artist, my intention is always always to not have anyone feel left out. I want every single person that encounters anything that I do to feel smart when they walk away from it to feel like they get it. They understand it on some level, whether it's visual, whether it's emotional, hopefully whether it's a deeper understanding of themselves or a deeper understanding of something that's outside of what they might expect from a former pop star. You know, I want everyone to feel smarter when they come away from this. Even if they just go, well, that's a really pretty picture of Tilda Swinton. Isn't she a magnificent creature? Well, yes, she is. She also represents a ton of stuff that this book explores. And that's why she's on the cover. But anyway, I want everyone to step away feeling smarter, you know? That's one of my great heroes as Dolly Parton. And I think she's really good at describing her intention behind her work the same way. Everyone should feel lifted by and a part of what the piece is. The thing that I like so much about the books though, is that they, while they are really inclusive, I don't think that they would exclude anybody. They have different ways in. So in terms of your brand new book, that to me feels more like a play, a play with different parts. You're going through it. There are very distinct emotions that you experience, whether you're looking at ceramics, whether you're looking at photographs. I think there's something kind of almost installation Y about it, whereas our interference times feels much more conceptual. It's much more abstract. It feels like you're diving into an experience. And a lot of the photographs feel like they're surrounding you, whereas in still life, portrait still life, you feel like you're going into something. If that makes any sense. You completely nailed it. I'm my mouth is hanging open. I can't believe that you just said what you said about the new book, because all the work that I'm doing right now is actually from if you can picture two things uncle vanya and the film Birdman. So a lot of it is coming from a proscenium stage using language of the theater and conceptually using all these ideas of being either an actor or someone on the side who's watching who's a significant and important part of the production, but not in the public eye. So I'm using all these and God knows there's tropes and there's layer upon layer upon layer of stuff around that. But that's what I'm using not only in this book, but in all the work that I'm doing right now in the studio. And you just nailed it on the head with no provocation at all. I'm super excited. That's super exciting to me, Debbie. Thank you. Well, I'm really loving the work and I think especially portrait still life feels like it needs to be explored materially if that makes sense, like in a location. Thank you. It will be in Milan, fall of 22 at the ICA Milano, the institute of contemporary art. They're doing my first giant exhibition of my work and it's going to focus on these three books. The vases that are in the book, which are real vases that were photographed made by the ceramicist Caroline Warner and the books which are real books. But in that language that we were just speaking of the theory. They're photographed to look like a digital image of a book rather than a real book itself. And so what you're looking at is a real image that looks like a fake image, and if you look closely, you just get a little shadow here and there. And you realize that the background of the books, the edges of the books are not exactly the same from one picture to the other. They are real. And so they're going to be a part.

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"george gershwin" Discussed on The Drill Down

The Drill Down

08:27 min | 11 months ago

"george gershwin" Discussed on The Drill Down

"Is your next year down. Let's look at rhythm. I've rhythm technologies trade center. I tc shares fallen forty five percent of a year but they had a big rally today. What's behind that. I got rhythm of course is different. That's the george gershwin tuned. Of course as you know. Isaac is the basic of so many jazz tunes as wet. Res- well but you're you know that. Oh yeah. i'm humming it every day. But i them is different. It was torture for me as a young guitar player but nonetheless iras a little bit different It is the leader in heart. Arrhythmia detection It's revenues have grown fantastically of course last six or seven years going from thirty six million in two thousand fifteen to almost a quarter of a million two thousand twenty. That's about six hundred percent over five years. The company provides a device called the zeo twos by about three million patients as an ambulatory cardiac monitoring device a towel when your heartbeat working right now. Their future profitability got just destroyed thanks to the bureaucrats and medicare who decided that the reimbursement was just wrong. They shouldn't be getting three hundred dollars per unit they should be getting one hundred dollars per unit and that just crushed this company. Their ability to receive money from medicare falling and that was such an important part of their business. Well the the mechanics of what happens behind. The scenes at medicare is so incredibly important to medical device companies and drug companies as well but the Medicare administrative contractor mac for the south central states is called invite us. We'll novartis batters for south states. Yes but the diagnostic testing facility for rhythm is in houston so almost all their services for zia were processed in houston. So this change in medicare just crush this company this year. that's why the stock collapsed so much. Well there's a turnaround for this company. Today we get news for the centers for medicare and medicaid services. Cms is going to change the billing and the payment rates and increased them for final outpatient facility fees for this i- rhythm device two zero zero. At and it's just great news for this company makes all the difference in the world because that's going to be at least twenty five percent of their customers but the bigger question might be. Why even bother. If they know that they're going to be have customers who can't afford the device. Why even try to sell it to them one. Just get rid of devices that need medicare reimbursement and only targets The kinds of customers who really can pay full ticker a price. Sooner did there is. Because it's about heart arrhythmia knight the word ticker joy part. I i got it. I i was laughing inwardly. Well here's the chief financial officer and acting. Ceo doug divine at iram lawsuit fibers are frightening to twenty five percent of their prescriptions to make servicing and if you if you try wall that off and say over schreiber we only want service seventy five or restrictions but we don't serve the other twenty five many prescribers were going to say. I really used in the solution or all. My prescriptions. Not for seventy five percent researching so we definitely you do what we need to have. Right of your asians And we're prioritizing heating our unit growth on track You know versus near-term march structure Commercials reimbursing us as a holden and medicare this time that is is. We are our approaches. We're holding the course on our strategy. Whole older horse on ira -tising volume growth over the next few months and You know taking all pronged approach reimbursement and driving to get to the right answering reimbursable with with our fires so they really Kept their bets on the table Even though they're struggling with Reimbursement for medicare and Boy what a smart move. That was now. They got the just what they wanted. Out of medicare and cms charged with. They needed charge for the device. And the best. They put down for the future Maybe this bodes a little bit better or those as well are coming up next. We're gonna talk to a really interesting company that is trying to Do what has been done in in big sports media with east fourth media. Engine media's ceo lou schwartz and executive chairman. Tom rogers formerly of te'o joins us to talk about engine media how they're trying to build and even cobbled together the pieces of what they hopefully sports conglomerate. How do you do that. We'll find out after this drill down his brought by braintrust global talent at work that matches highly skilled technical freelancers with the world's most reputable brands braintrust clients like bank of america. Goldman sachs porsche. Under armor anymore. Build agile detecting fast at a fraction of the cost visit brain. Trust dot com. That's b. r. a. n. t. r. u. s. t. dot com to learn more. I welcome back to the drill down. Podcast as promised joined right now by tom. Rogers and lou shorts tom. It's it's been a long time. These guys running engine media and thomas been a long time. I think we used to have talk a lot when i was a bloomberg. You're running tivo I remember those conversations. Well they were good ones. There are good ones the other. That's why we got you on because your company's a little smaller than the companies typically have on the drill down. But we've got a long history of developing great media companies lou Give us a little bit here back on. Why people should be listening to you as well. Thanks corey Pleasure to joining you so a little. Bit of background myself I started my career. As an emanate lawyer i left in two thousand the start one of the first internet video platform companies. A company called multi cast that. I sold ten years later. Have stayed in digital media in one form or another Private and public I was the chief digital officer at wwe. Reporting of vince mcmahon for short period of time and Join frankly and help Architect to this three way. Merger that resulted in engine. Meet with tom. Tom was the chairman of of frankly. And so if i had the pleasure of working with tom for the last five or six years and i've been through the filings and try to see what you guys are doing it. I don't get it what you're pulling together a bunch of different companies to do exactly what tom well. That's goes right to the core of it. And i wouldn't expect anything but that from you or thank you. What engine confusion yes. I know you're not getting go right to the core of everything. They what what engine media is is a number of businesses under one roof as lou said. It's a merger of three different companies and we provide traditional sports and east sports gaming experiences and along with that advertising data analytics marketing and ip that support those gaming experiences and then we provide those advertising marketing data and analytics to third parties as well so we are really accompany that is out there to shape a new way to experience sports. A new way to experience eastport hopefully along the way to substantially improve the business model of each both of which have some distress in them. And we do that. Generally around the notion of social different ways to engage people where our team is. Do it in a way that is true to the kind of social experience people wanna have so if you bought a social media marketing company right to bill. That's interesting about this as you doesn't like you're building you're bolting stuff on and then.

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"george gershwin" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

08:33 min | 1 year ago

"george gershwin" Discussed on The Daily

"There are intriguing. Parallels between battelle and george gershwin another brilliant energetic jewish kid who infused the classical canon with the buoyant new genre. He loved tells most arresting scores. Tend to fuse. Both ends of his musical education succession is eighteenth century court. Music married to heart. Pounding beats moonlight chops and screws a classical piano and violin duet as if it's a three six mafia track what i've found in the past jon. Burlingame told me is that people have found it impossible to incorporate such modern musical forms as hip hop into dramatic underscore for films. When nick did it and moonlight. I was frankly stunned. I didn't think it was possible. Hip hop was tells initiation to the fragility of sound how it could be sampled stretched and broken and somehow through the breaking made more powerful. He loves hearing a story in the sounds around notes. The hiss of spun vinyl or the musicians breathing. Battelle signature may be music. That's been through. Something as barry jenkins puts it a productive line of inquiry for the two of them has been. How can we break this. Take the scene in beale street when daniels struggles to tell funny. What happened to him in prison. Arabe unmistakable. In james baldwin's novel that the movie seems to allude to through tells music and brian tyree. Henry's remarkable face on the surface. Miles davis plays cooley on a record player but underneath brutal has taken the cello from arrows which scored an early romantic scene and bent them. We talked abounded almost like we were harming them. He told me hurting the sound making. It feel like the sound is damaged. you find. Similar damage in tells breakout score for the big short as the movie opens in the nineteen seventies. Funky horns are the sound of irrational exuberance. Later when steve corrales character realizes the industry is built on forty years of sand. They return as a faint wine. Like a chastened mosquito. That's what happened to his understanding. Brutal said it's been mangled and stretched out and transformed the question of what hip hop means for. Brazil may come together most concretely. On succession he had read the pilot script and visited the set without a mckay. Who suggested him for the project. The show had to have gravitas. Jesse armstrong told him but it was also deeply absurd and the music would have to both these things at once. It wasn't clear how brutal could make that happen. Then he started thinking about kendall roy one of the heirs apparent who anchor the show. The first thing you see brutal said is. He's in the back of this car. Robbing to the beastie boys. It's hard not to think about kendall as a failed retell a parallel universe version of what he might have been if he had stayed in finance a wall street bro who hides inside his headphones and disconnects from the world. He chose the scene a young man wrapping earnestly inside a chauffered car offered a window into how the roy's self conception might contrast sharply with their destructive incompetence. What if the sound that they imagined for themselves was this dark courtly late seventeen hundreds harmonic sound brutal asked himself. I played jesse some of these chords. He said and he was just sort of lake. Yes it was just a wonderful hairs on the back of your neck feeling that you don't often have armstrong told me to get that feeling to feel like. Oh my god. This is something which just feels like the show. The waltz like rhythm reflecting the unsteady dance between the three central siblings was a smart insight that continues to shape the way armstrong writes the series. The show is addictive title. Sequence was the last recording battelle made for season one he had structured the season's music like a symphony the title theme like an overture. Introduces you to all the elements you'll hear in the show which propel recited for me the beguiling melody the d. tuned pianos the cello melody. The idea of these huge beats the weird sleigh bell. The sleigh bell. That's its own thing. Brutal admitted that actually doesn't appear in other parts of the show. The main theme is everything but brighter. You're presented with these ideas so you will both recognize them but also notice how they change. And you'll have this set of expectations. This is the world you're about to enter. When patel sent the title theme to the production team. He reminded himself. The nature of his profession is adapting easiest to coming up with a hundred ideas presenting a director few dozen and possibly seeing them all rejected but he also thought. I really don't know what to do if they don't like this. I'll never forget it. Brutal said jesse sent an email back and he was like i think the right words for this are as jenkins and i sat on the little studio couch. Mattel played an early sketch for the opening of the underground railroad. A violin bent into a brass fanfare. And then a piano walstein suggesting mystery another winding melody that makes bewitching missteps at this point he and jenkins had about three hours of music drafted and at least as many still to go. He scroll down a long list of file names some of these things. We have a sort of very loose amorphous idea. He said hitting play on another piece. So this is an idea of descending downward. I think this comes from the sakata jenkins said just that one melody. He started singing softly. Doo doo. doo. Doo jenkins had been making recordings onset. Collecting natural sounds the battelle would pitch down to make instruments. The piano track. He'd played me earlier. Started out as a field. Recording the whistle of cicadas and bird noise and airy crackling that turned out to be cotton. I just do plato. With some of this audio battelle said filtering out high frequencies and adding reverb until the cicadas sounded blurry and spectral in one track an insect caught in the plato turned into a bell. Tolling the same three ghostly notes. We don't know what that is by the way jenkins said we just call him fred now. Brutal started in new piano track jenkins and this piano was to match. Burtel trying to match fred's melody jenkins. So fred. the bug has to get a co producer. Credit jenkins had also been drawn to the noises of the human environment during the shoot. We were shooting down in savannah. He said and there was a construction site next to our said and i was like oh. That drill has a really nice rhythm to it. And so i had the pa's go out and record it and sent it to nick. Rebels started laughing. I remember getting these texts from you. In the middle of the day he said and it was just noise. There's a slight willy. Wonka vibe to propel in his studio and as i processed fred and the drill he and jenkins grinned like the inventors of the everlasting gob stopper overtime the to have grown more comfortable with thinking about a score in terms of manipulated recordings not just a composition for instruments. If everything's in context bartels said. The drill is music in moonlight. They used ocean. Sounds in beale street. Subways they were looking forward to getting new fire. Sounds we actually do have people onset..

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"george gershwin" Discussed on The Art of Manliness

The Art of Manliness

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"george gershwin" Discussed on The Art of Manliness

"I do spend a huge share of my life in front of a screen. I'm in front of a screen right now. You know. And i i right and i and i do read i read a lot of. Pdf's i'm probably on wikipedia thirty forty times a day. I'm googling all over so at at some point you know your eyes get tired. You know she got old like me and so. I think there's a limit to how much time you should spend. And especially when. I say special young people doing it in dark rooms and stuff in the contrast between the bright screen and the darkness around you. I don't. I don't think to do that long term. I guess these movie critics sit there and watch fifteen movies in a row. They figured out how to adapt to it. But none o- books are just an and i don't know if you've looked at the numbers but you know Print books are growing faster than he books and have been for several years bookstores. Which you really been the ringer with amazon. Everything they've bounced back. The best independent bookstores in the country. Now are doing pretty well. The ones that are allowed to open people people understand. And and get the idea books. And i see more and more websites about books. The best books to read fiction non fiction. So i think the trends are going the right direction and and books are going to around forever. 'cause i think about. Oh what are all these books going to be worth. When i die and are they going to be worthless. They just take them and put them in the dumpster. Or are they going to be worth a fortune I hope the ladder because the money will go to my favorite charities. So how'd you organize your books. Do you do we decimal system or do you have your unique jerry hoover in my head in my head Each of my rooms here this. I found just a bargain on a community. Health clinic with like thirty. Some little exam rooms that had gone broke and was sitting here vacant for a couple of years in this little historic railroad town flat tonia taxes and a and i. So that's the place for me to move to so each room is a different subject. There couple subjects take two rooms and the rooms are different sizes. Pick me about three months to plan out all two hundred bookcases of sixty thousand books. What went wear how many i have each subject and Fit him in small rooms in big rooms. I've been told on advisory council of the graduate school of information at the university of texas at austin and that used to be the library school we still trained librarians. But we the school also does User experience and how to use the web and all that but they told me that when a big library gets a gift of some big private library one like mine that they often find that the owner has had their own system and they usually learn from that they see a different way of connecting things. And i learned haven't developed with my friends bookstore chain. I learned there lot of books. I never realized but a lot of books can go into two subjects. You have books that are like about philosophy and physics. So go and phosphate or is it going. Physics bookstores have a biography section. But if you have a goofy of george gershwin or ebor stravinsky. Is that going to music. Section is that going to biography section. And it's very difficult to put a book in two different sections and keep track of that. That really challenges the technology to make that all work. And you know if you sell out in one area and forget to refill it so you pretty much have to put them in one place or the other. So no. I essentially have my own system but but i think went when when i move onto the big library in the sky my house will become a used bookstore and i think most good book collectors will find it. Great because Oh that's the railroad room. Oh those are the two architectures that's the nature. That's the bird book. Cabinet the cabinet or bookcase. The tree book section so for most people. I think it'll work and be pretty straightforward. We're quick break for words. More sponsors with world. Class instructors curated music and endless fitness variety peleton is create an unmatched fitness experience to keep you motivated workout after workout. Peleton's instructors there to bring out the best in each class like having a coach right there next to you pushing you. They've got all sorts of classes with peleton they've got the street cardio the cycling classes or you can do some strength training as well where you're combining the cardio with dumbbell works bodyweight exercise to get that strength training and they also got recovery classes. Doing mobility works stretching which feels really nice. I've tried pelivan out what i liked the most about. It was the combo the boot camp. The bike bootcamp class. This is a combo cycling plus strength class. You're.

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"george gershwin" Discussed on Decoder Ring

Decoder Ring

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"george gershwin" Discussed on Decoder Ring

"Song is a cover of the beatles all my loving by the group holly ridge strings. Who specialized in lush string versions of popular songs released on commercial records. It was released just months after the original came out in the us in nineteen sixty four. This song came out. As beatle mania was sweeping america but the holly ridge strings version of the song was still so popular that it managed to crack the billboard hot one hundred singles chart they would later go on to release five five full albums of instrumental beatles song today. We think of songs like these as covers and the beatles song as the original but people didn't always think in such stark terms the forties and fifties. You'd have different versions of the same. Aren be song or the same pop song in the same country song competing with each other on the chart. Carl wilson is slates music critic and the author of. Let's talk about love a book about selene. Dion and relationships with taste part of what made muzak old-fashioned seeming in a sort of seventies eighties nineties. Context was that it ensured that revision. Where all of a sudden the performer and songwriter were intended by some kind of romantic artist. Myth to be the same person what happens starting in the nineteen sixties. Thanks to acts like the beatles. Bob dylan is the young people begin to hear that. Holly ridge string song and think. Hey that's beatles song weird. Initially music didn't pay this change much mind it didn't have to. It was wildly successful and omnipresent in everyday life. It served forty three of the fifty largest industrial companies in america it was even reportedly played on the apollo eleven mission to help keep buzz alternate and neil armstrong calm. But in retrospect this was a crucial moment for muzak whole new way of thinking about music was on the rise and it would soon become mainstream and music was not in line with the new mainstream at all if in decades past the more or less swam in line with the currents of popular music. Now they started to actively swim against them. It's most notable in their adaptations of pop songs. They were still recording standards. By composers like cole porter and george gershwin at this time but they would look at the singles charts and see what they could reasonably adapt rock and roll songs were ignored but they would take on softer tracks from groups like simon and garfunkel in the beatles and they sounded and felt. Really different from the originals. Take this song. Everybody's talkin by harry nilsson.

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"george gershwin" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

07:12 min | 1 year ago

"george gershwin" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Absolute barium. The first two weeks talking to kind of talking to myself here. We're on the way. We're looked terrible. But anyway, here's more Kerr and you ready for this? The words were taken more threes than you thought. They were the splash brothers before they're going to take an even more threes. There was a lot last night, including the bigs. Polly, the big loved it. Marquees. Chris. Keep hitting them. Dude. Love that. Here's cur on centers taken big threes. Well, you know, it's the way of the world these days. Everybody practices threes, so marquees has worked really hard. On when his three point shot. I think he made a few of them. You know, we we've got, you know all of our bigs out there every day in practice, stretching the floor and you know, with the ability to knock that down, and it keeps the defense honest so We take 43 3 pointers tonight so He took 42. This is this is the modern MBA. This is the modern India. Yeah. Where is George Gershwin in the mid range. Aw, dude. Where's Bernard? King On the basis of the names. Give me another one. Give me one more. Uh, we're sure Shaun Livingston from 2014 range, Right, living in one of the great jump shooters. He didn't have to go out to the three point line, right? You know, it's funny, you know? For all the kids out there playing basketball. I mean, you know what? We're going to grow up thinking That's how the game is played. Yes, it's too early to start working on your free. Yeah. Yeah, well, that's all that most kids want to do like. If you watch kids like just before, like a practice starts and the balls and just kind of rolling around the gym and stuff what most kids will take the ball, go right to the three point line and you start throwing them up. Yeah, You've seen it. I'm sure you've seen it. There's something about that line. Yeah. Yeah, well, I really want to be like stuff like that. There was a big step Curry effect. I think on the youth playing the game because they all want to be like stuff and hit that long distance Texas, saying it was negative effect earlier, it was remember fundamental game drive a dish. What's funny about that, though, in hearing her talk about the big men like with the way Big men are just sort of built and used in today's NBA game, That's a factor too like it's not just all Steph Curry and said, a big man now has to be able to stretch out like you. Almost. You want to Dirk Novitski type player who can shoot the three and who can bang in the paint like it helps you team to have a more versatile players Kind of like with an edge rusher in the NFL now like you almost have to be able to drop back a little bit, but also attack at the line of scrimmage. I feel like big men have to be able to doom or if they want to play. Four quarters because the game is just it's conducive to having to stretch out and beam or more agile in London. I mean, they want part of those video. The Warriors released the other night was the other day was James Wiseman shooting threes. Well, he was out there and bother. They made sure to release one where he stroke three in a row. Which, by the way, look, I mean, of course, it's not gonna be accepted me that way every time, But when he does stroke three in a row, it's it looks majestic. Looks cool. Yeah. Yeah, but it's funny coaching kids, and I'm sure you're talking to a lot of moms and dads out there who coached youth basketball. Although You know, in the pandemic indoor basketball is one of the worst like did you see what we need to talk about that New California High school our youth sports guidance thing that got released on Tuesday, which is pretty exciting, or Monday, which kind of opened the door to the possibility of late January, actual games being played again in California. Which is pretty exciting. But indoor basketball was like the last on the list in terms of just spreading the virus. One of them wanted to let them be played. Like things they're saying they think they can let high schools Start playing golf matches, which is a no brainer. I mean, coaxes out playing yesterday. I'm I'm playing Friday and Saturday and all that. But on then baseball, that's a big one. For all of us. I know a lot of our listeners, Aaron Youth baseball that they're saying that that one can get greenlighted pretty quickly, too. Going to revisit it again in January, but they're saying it possible but I was really depressed. I was reading down the list, and then it got to indoor basketball is one of the last things they're gonna let happen in California. Which is tough. Yeah, he really is. One ball to one kid touches the Balinese down Now. Just 100 around. Yeah. How terrible. Seriously. I mean, that's what you can't deal with talking about the ways of passing the room catch here. You want some? Yeah, I'm talking to the right after you get some passage. Coach. You sent me that commercial last weekend. That covert virus arriving at that family Christmas party. Probably seen this. I saw the SNL skit which sounds like you're what you're talk Holly. Very similar. Yeah. When the fact is we have the Colbert on their heads. He was watching the SNL skit I was like, Oh, my God. This is the video that cope said me, but no. This one has of the doorbell rings, and the guy goes to answer it. And it's a virus Just like the SNL virus. Yeah, But then the guy comes in and starts you know, Hob knobbing with everybody in the room like a little kid opens up his Christmas present in the virus is right next to him pumping his fist. No. And coach. The one that really creep me out. They shouldn't make it so funny if you're trying to pay at the table, passing the casserole or, uh, murder when he's standing over the big jug eggnog. It isn't even the tourist together for them together. They have it. They have a scene to for, like the people in my community, like the post show, Jay that's getting passed around or the post meal J. And then, like all the sudden, like the covert guys passing me the joint, like, Thanks, Coach. Let me take a big rip. Yeah, I just said okay. Okay. I was gonna do it to where's it from? Mrs dot ch. I think it's a California from e thought It was a California maybe. I mean, it was like a California don't gather with your families. Have you haven't We're Californians. I haven't seen it. But anyway, there's a little bit of curve for you last night. We could get two more later in the show types coming up. Marcus Thompson's coming up, Bruce, take this, right. See this thing. This is very similar to be absolutely okay. Get to the dunk it in two mugs for the eggnog going double fisted. Yeah, there's the kid. He's got a kid. Sitting on Covitz lap opening presents the cove. It has all the red dots. There's the casserole, Murph. Good call. There's a casserole. Yeah, he's passing around the potatoes the way he's got status to be sitting at the head of the table Cove. It's Yeah, it's a big honor. Green fruit cake in the beginning. Polly's I get the doors on that little Jell O Okay? Yeah, yeah, yeah. Hey, good to see you guys. Super creepy, Right? There's something I like East Germany would put out to like that, with freedom comes to your door. This is what it looks like, You know, But anyway, here's the deal, Little Gabe Kapler. Love on Cueto and Posey. Did I hear Kapler talking about lean tissue on Buster Posey? Yeah, I think I did s O. Some of that coming your way. It's the Mervyn Max show on a Thursday on a window cheese. How about me pump faking the Thursday Wednesday, December 16? What happened? Your brain right, so excited for the murder of Mackey's. That's the deal. Right? 45 and 6 80 the sports later he's Murph in Mac, Hear it on the tuna nap through your smartphone. We are K N B r 04. Five and 6 80 fees sports leader. 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Apocalyptic Battle for Take-Out Dollars: Uber Eats Pits Star Wars against Star Trek

Business Wars Daily

03:34 min | 2 years ago

Apocalyptic Battle for Take-Out Dollars: Uber Eats Pits Star Wars against Star Trek

"A. From wondering David Brown and this is business wars daily on this Wednesday September thirtieth. It's hardly a stretch to say that the pandemic has been delivery services, best friend, take-out meals, or so much more attractive when we're avoiding other people that's meant a surge in revenue for leaders and Hungary rivals Uber Eats and door dash in the second quarter ubereats. Gross delivery bookings totaled almost seven billion dollars a jump of well over one hundred percent from q one. Before we all started eating in as a privately held company door dashes keeping a lot of data to itself but the number of people using dash doubled from ten million last year to twenty million now according to research firm Emarketer. Possibly, to Ubereats Chagrin Jordache became so ubiquitous that it was responsible for more than half of all US meal delivery in April. Wow. That's according to market researcher. Edison Trans last week linked in named DOOR DASH number two on its list of top fifty startups based in part on exuberant hiring plans. The companies expected to go public by the end of the year Uber eats holds about thirty percent of US market share despite their rapid growth neither door dash nor ubereats has yet turned a profit chew on. Then these rivals are employing ever more creative marketing strategies in their efforts to. Become or remain top takeout dog ubereats constructed a quirky ad campaign that celebrates competition itself a sort of Meta Mezei the latest ads featuring unusual rivalry between get this star wars and star Trek. They star none other than Mark Hamill Luke skywalker in star wars and Sir. Patrick Stewart's Star Trek's Captain John Luc Picard they compete ferociously almost grimly in games of air hockey and connect for. But when an uber driver delivers a delectable dish, each breaks the foreboding mood to politely thanked the driver in this Ad. Stewart. Armed with Cricket Bat and Hamill carrying a baseball bat in a dark empty warehouse. Tonight. I'll be eating a Veggie cheeseburger. On Shibata. No tomatoes. Tonight I'll be eating four cheese. Tortellini. With extra tomorrow. Tony. Stewart so it's come to the. Thank you. Proper. Part of what makes the spot? So amusing is that the argument tomato tomato is, of course from the classic George Gershwin. Song, let's call the whole thing off. But of course, neither UBER EATS NOR DOOR DASH is planning to call the whole thing off quite the opposite if takeout became essential in March, it's remaining. So in could see even more growth this winter, a second wave of the virus causes more lockdowns. In Uber Eats case, the company says the campaign celebrating rivalries already been a huge success in Australia Taiwan Japan, where it launched last year and ad featuring Kim Kardashian and a fictional Australian character pushed uber eats brand awareness in Australia two levels quote on par with McDonnell's the company told Ad Week the new Stewart Hamill Lads bring the campaign to the US in Canada but whether the cleverness of ubereats his ad campaign can steal away

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"george gershwin" Discussed on Too Many Podcasts!

Too Many Podcasts!

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"george gershwin" Discussed on Too Many Podcasts!

"They're paying me money to come and go as I want inside Groucho 's house covered with memorabilia and all these wonderful photos and letters, and of course, Groucho himself just down the hall and I was always welcome at the lunch table. There wasn't any sense of you know the help should eat in the kitchen. So even if it was just groucho in me and no. Famous celebrities that was fabulous because I got to listen to his stories and ask all the questions I had been dying to ask him. You know I won't say that we became friends I. think that overstates it'd be easy to inflate my importance because he so few people to say that's not true but it was more than employer employee. I would say it was sort of like. an uncle and nephew sort of like an affectionate mutual appreciation. He appreciated the fact that I was into all that old stuff that that at you know I was nineteen when I got the job and and so because I cared about, George Gershwin and the Goncane round table and and their movies and all that he realized that we weren't all a bunch of parts smoking rock and roll hippies that you know. Maybe there was some hope for the younger generation because you know I expressed myself well and and cared about the kind of music and pop culture that he did. and. Then there was also. Appreciating him for being wall someone who knew personally people that seem mythic to me like WC, fields and George Gershwin, James, Thurber, and Irving Thalberg George S Kaufman, these people you read about he was friends with them, and then also, of course, he was a man from eighteen ninety. He was a nineteenth century. He was literally Victorian she victoria was on the throne when he was born in new. York..

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The History Of Jazz in Classical Music

Classics for Kids

03:58 min | 2 years ago

The History Of Jazz in Classical Music

"Welcome to classics for Kids I'm Naomi Lewin. RHAPSODY in blue. The name that IRA Gershwin suggested to his brother. George is perfect for a piece of classical music. That uses Jazz George. Gershwin wrote a lot of classical music that uses jazz. Jazz the word blue refers to changing some of the notes of musical scale to blur the lines between major. And Minor. George Gershwin wasn't the only classical composer to put jazz his music. He wasn't even the first. French composer Darius Milhaud Love Jazz. He used different kinds of in different pieces. Neo wrote leboeuf's your Twat French. For the Hawks on the roof under the influence of a trip to Brazil then he studied American jazz and started using it to a lot of European composers were intrigued by American jazz, Maurice rebel, but composer who wouldn't let Gershwin study with him because he didn't want to corrupt, his music wrote a piano concerto. That sounded a lot like Gershwin. Russian composers got into the to when the Soviet Union held an official competition to raise the level of jazz in the country. Dmitri Shostakovich wrote his first jazz. After they organized an official. Soviet state jazz orchestra. Shostakovich wrote another jazz suite Russian composer eager. Stravinsky love jazz to his Ebony. Concerto is for clarinet and jazz band. Stravinsky wrote it for Woody Herman and his thundering herd. The clarinet soloist on that recording is Benny. Goodman and American musician, who back and forth between popular and classical music, just like George Gershwin another American. Who did that was Leonard Bernstein. This is from his ballet fancy free. In addition to classical composers who put jazz into their music, there are jazz composers who wrote for the Symphony Orchestra one of the greatest jazz musicians ever was Edward Kennedy Ellington better known as Duke.

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"george gershwin" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"george gershwin" Discussed on KTOK

"On March the seventeenth Rhoda was born in Childress Texas she went to school in Abilene and there she met her husband road has four children three sons and one daughter and a ton of grand kids read it is now at the Baptist village has you can hear the music in the background it really takes me back to front the twenty swear like Rhapsody in blue was was the first time from George Gershwin this lady is Rhapsody in play she such a first class and if you ever see her her smile will absolutely melt your heart and well preserved salute is brought to you each week by comfort comfort keepers has been our sponsor of the well preserved salute for a number of years they provide care and services and living assistance allowing seniors and individuals to live comfortably an independent contact comfort keepers at four oh five two four two fifty three hundred again if you would like to call comfort keepers give them a call at four oh five two four two fifty three hundred you know Patrick you're way too young to remember Rhapsody in blue but that's just a that was a piece of music that I think it just always relaxes me yeah I to know about the Rhapsody in blue yeah way way it's still a popular piece of music now yeah can like to come on a Beretta.

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"george gershwin" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"george gershwin" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"These from wedding crashers copes Russo Goodman is hosted good weather speaking FM real judges quail creek is very bizarre for me yeah I have this little routine you know I got my national sports radio when I get the car in the late hours are doing all your data from five to five oh one I go for the national headlines on eighty point five KQED FM look at your billing over because I had a montage of sound but they always you know there was me the headlines you know super Tuesday was a very big day for a job and I don't know and then they're like the if there was any of these things I know about the the Indonesian economy is in flux will discuss we'll talk to an organic farmer knows the other day yeah yeah they always give me the headlines I need to know that you know and then they always throw me a little birthday at the end there's a in it and I don't know it is like super series NPR weather like you know we'll discuss the stock affect on the Indonesian rubber tree economy and they go today is Wednesday March for twenty twenty Golden State Warriors Draymond green is thirty today usually they're always hit me with like a president of France or like you know a legendary American composer George Gershwin was born on this day or they will drain bond on NPR morning edition does he rate but it burned my dad's birthday today ten but I did a day's birthday was easy thirty my dad no no yeah yes yeah thirty says three months three months thirty hole and be our morning edition shadow yeah like yeah I will discuss the effect the Catholic Church has a controversy India and we hear a case the national that Washington DC all wow yeah the national yeah yeah better seven the birthday Germantown KMB are one of four five six eighty these forces you're listening to Murph and mac Venable now on your Google home smart speaker the city's KNBR one oh four five and six eighties.

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"george gershwin" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"george gershwin" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The judge held that position for eight years he announced in late twenty eighteen he would not seek a third term thousands of artistic works are now copy right free in the U. S. the liberated artworks included George Gershwin's Rhapsody in blue Irving Berlin song lazy and the first film adaption of Peter Pan from nineteen twenty four many new books will be free to republish including Herman Melville's Billy Budd sailor when we were very young by Winnie the Pooh creator a a Milne and add the Christie's the man in the brown suit check the crash in south LA one ten south bomb before exposition Boulevard this accident blocks the left lane traffic is slow from stadium wait a last look at corona now with Michael Brian KFI in the sky sponsored by injury attorney superwoman super lawyer dot com Mike what he's found a perfect surface club they did that earlier accident to the right shoulder there are plenty long enough to really tie things up out of a of a high hill facility it's a bumper to bumper stopped pretty much back to imperial highway of the fifteen south about four to a corolla started just approaching Ontario Albany so to shape better than normal you'll be heavy from there down to cat how go at the south seventy one has been very tough because of the problem in a row of the ninety one the south seventy what pretty well Jennifer pine through Prato dam to the ninety one enter the back to the days of super Walmart super lawyer dot com Michael Bryant KFI this guy KFI in the sky helps get you there faster I'm Dave Joseph your new your money and your the forecast a mix wild.

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"george gershwin" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"george gershwin" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Right to similar stars in a few letters were found Tuesday in the window of the block party store this man told NBC four he surprised by the attacks were city so much diversity that it's hard to digest that this is happening here still today twenty twenty to start the year this way terrible surveillance video shows a white man carrying a backpack in a plastic bag painting on the store window the incidents are part of a surge in anti semitism across the country a company that made and packaged jerky in Rancho Cucamonga for twenty two years has shut down almost four hundred workers at golden island jerky company have been laid off business was owned by Tyson one of the biggest meat producers in the US it was bought by one in Wisconsin the company was that made the decision to move out of Rancho Cucamonga he's at the to paying a mall of been feeding their sweet tooth California frozen poppers owner Joshua Cheney says his book has been hit repeatedly in the last few weeks we've had six break ins two of them being in the beginning when we first opened the first few days from some homeless people his most that these were teens location at the mall just opened last month to sell frozen popcorn candied bacon and caramel apples Cheney says he's not sure he wants to keep selling at the mall democratic presidential candidate Pete body judge isn't technically mayor Pete anymore south bend Indiana swore in a new mayor yesterday but the judge held that position for eight years he announced in late twenty eighteen he would not seek a third term thousands of artistic works are now copy right free in the U. S. the liberated artworks included George Gershwin's Rhapsody in blue Irving Berlin song lazy and the first film.

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"george gershwin" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"george gershwin" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Someone wanted to play George Gershwin's Rhapsody in blue before January first well it's still under copyright could they they could play it back one of the exclusive rights of copyright is the right of public performance and so I can play it all day in my house in my living but if you want to publicly perform it for example you know if your high school marching band must make an adaptation of it and you know performance you know on the televised broadcast then they would have to get permission to do that our United States copyright laws recognized across the world so in other words if I have a copy right on something that is not in the public domain here in the United States but someone in France for example wants to use that could they we do have international copyright treaties most notably the Berne convention that seek to harmonize enter copyright law internationally and so for countries that are signatories to those treaties there is protection abroad for American authors yes and in turn there is protection in America for foreign authors which we didn't actually have a relatively recently there's a famous story where Charles Dickens came over here and saw his works being you know published without his permission everywhere and he was in sense but at the time we didn't get protection of foreign authors we do now and they give us protection as well have you noticed an increase in interest of work in the public domain because of this little thing we all know is the internet and people wanting to create and create and create I absolutely think there is one of the cosmic ironies of the copyright term extension that's the law that added twenty years to the copyright term and is the reason that these works were talking about from nineteen twenty four which were originally set to enter public domain in two thousand or not enter the public domain and told twenty twenty is that that term extension coincided with the moment when this little thing called the internet of gave us the opportunity for the first time to digitize and make all that work available so archives in libraries have had to wait twenty years to put all of that material online but what this means is that next year the internet archive how to trust is a digital library Google books you name it they can make all that work available where anyone can be discover in please new life into those works and the reason that's important hands in a as that you know to spend ninety five years only one percent probably works it's still commercially valuable so what that means is the vast majority of works are out of circulation we might not be able to find them and so the wonderful thing about the internet and the opportunity of archives and libraries to make all the stuff available is our ability to discover all of these works that maybe we completely forgotten or that no one knew about and it only took ninety five years I know Jennifer Jenkins is a clinical professor of law and the director of the center for the study of the public domain at.

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List of copyrighted works entering the public domain in 2020

The Takeaway

04:16 min | 2 years ago

List of copyrighted works entering the public domain in 2020

"As the clock strikes midnight on new year's eve get this thousands of copyrighted works will finally entered the public domain and that includes books movies music all sorts of creative works that were first published in the U. S. in nineteen twenty four and if you're a little hazy on came out that year here's one the first movie adaptation of Peter Pan okay yeah we would have had a clip for that but that one was a silent film but also one of the things coming out this year blues legend of ma Rainey song CC right I'm enters the public domain it means it's no longer protected by copyright and the public can use and consume it without permission and at no cost and without the public domain we wouldn't have so much art that rests on the work of authors like Charles Dickens and William Shakespeare and these mass expirations used to happen every year in nineteen ninety eight though Congress passed the copyright term extension act it extended copyright protections for existing works for twenty years January first twenty nineteen so the first public domain dump since nineteen ninety eight for more on this host and you have a your recently spoke to Jennifer Jenkins a clinical professor of law and director of the center for the study of public domain at Duke University Jennifer thanks for joining me thanks so much for having me on the show tunes in so give us a couple of examples of maybe more of the popular works in the public domain and that some of our listeners might be familiar with well works from before copyright existed such as the works of Shakespeare the works of Mozart the works of Beethoven the works of Charles Dickens all of these are in the public domain and your listeners might be familiar with them because if you think think about the contributions of Shakespeare to our culture because Romeo and Juliet was in the public domain letter bursting was free to write West Side Story the movie's Gnomeo and Juliet and for me unless di did not have to get in touch with his errors and they were not subject to a veto and Shakespeare himself through in the public domain before him Romeo and Juliet you on Arthur Brooks the tragical history of Romeo and Juliet which in turn on all of its Pyramus and Thisbe and so your audience may be able to think of you know scores of works that drew on public domain material when something is not in the public domain what happens then because I understand that the song Happy Birthday was not in the public domain isn't that interesting it is now when something's not in the public domain that means that if you want to use the work you have to locate the copyright holder and you have to get permission from the copyright holder is welcome to say no are they can charge you a fair fee or they can charge you an exorbitant fee now this is a good thing copy rights are very important the public coming in as the yen to the gang of copyright protection so the design of the copyright system is there will be a term of copyright protection when you meet any of us you know enjoy exclusive rights over creative works then after a certain period of time that copyright expires in those works go into the public domain where anyone else is free to use and build upon them so there's some work entering the public domain and twenty twenty what might people be excited about what's coming into our public domain wonderful music so my favorite musical piece going to public domain is George Gershwin's Rhapsody in blue some literary works Thomas Mann's the magic mountain EM Forster's passage to India wonderful children's book a a Milne when we were very young there are also some wonderful silent films works featuring Buster Keaton and Harold Lloyd silent film called Dante's inferno which itself to a public domain works Dante's divine comedy of course but also intermixing that with elements from Charles Dickens and the Christmas Carol so they're really great works going to the public domain next year and I know a lot of us are very excited about that so if

"george gershwin" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

07:31 min | 2 years ago

"george gershwin" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Corporate Arthur Brooks bangles aren't any you're like I never guns and roses on mine that sell out then bass up Daddy any give me for about four American and for all time including the stones the Beatles what everyone put George Gershwin Frank Sinatra Elvis Presley and and I think I'm gonna copy McConnell say Dylan better than Garth Brooks as far as well and new one I've had this argument before no Garth Brooks Hank senior center I wouldn't sell out tickets and a good a you know Hank sooner five years died in the backseat of a satellite George Strait had like sixty two number one singles meets indebted to you I don't use it biggest Garth Brooks most number on the altar yeah I was actually by behind him a damn wheels is being Crosby if you go back to look up that got old record yeah plus movie star in Scott's long what about you I'm thinking of nirvana from your perspective not turning into a like how about a a good definitely got have Frank on there because he is essentially the father of modern music I think about it a transition I put Michael Jackson after a summer also possibly and maybe Garth Brooks I can like Garth as a matter of I mean how far back you want to go you gonna go **** you can do it when the land I like to outlaw country I would what about someone like a Biggie Smalls to pock maybe big event but Biggie up there I think it representing a hip hop into what about Miles Davis what about John Coltrane we're gonna jazz artist why do you not like jazz artist **** I don't like it it's not your for my for Americans are Frank Elvis the eagles and Garth all white people I don't know about the color you care more about race than I do I care about cut some white stone right there **** it's American how can you disrespect jazz a great American musical for how to like Michael Jackson I think is right there long night Michael Jack Michael Jack I think it was twenty five writers because he became I think the first artist of that MTV area then I play my early but you're not I mean at the cross we could but what about what about my Donna right on down it would be good we also have positive sports story about the turf whenever her to get can I tell can I tell you the story we were in the Schmidt house top row the people's judge and I rocking and rolling half full and there you and me together that was it for me a terrace not as good as American music happy together together you know do you like any what is the most contemporary artist bill coming in like the most contemporary artists today currently is I'm a country like Alan Jackson I like Tim McGraw face pretty good I used today Kerry I know about America house he sang about that Jesus how old are you taking the wheel was one four four nine and a Garth Brooks is my favorite now we have a positive spore you're gonna go to the guard Berkshire absolutely not why not they're talking to mom no no I met Elvis I was with Frank Sinatra and the eagles I guess are impossible now with one fry but Garth Brooks is somebody I would like to meet well rocky and I still shake our heads the fact that did you guys know this man left the doors at the Hollywood Bowl concert concert ever nineteen sixty nine Doris how nine and I I went there Bob Lawrence and we had nothing to do stupid stuff about stupid things I go out I seventy five a garbage road we put our thumb out with the idea of getting the California did this in June took us about six weeks to get there while hitchhiking we finally get to California had an aunt out there lived on support of a bowl of art or something and we had no money so each of us start working somewhere I was flipping burgers somewhere and then he said I my it's going to get us tickets to this doors thing at the Hollywood Bowl as I love the Hollywood Bowl I've seen it on TV I wanna Hollywood Bowl so we go there Bob Johnson and I forgot we took a bus we got there and at some point of the doors come out and he's drinking booze or something and he starts singing a song and he's laying on the floor the half a bowl they sing and light my fire in a one off like twenty minutes I said Bob this guy on those one songs it they'll adding no it's it's true story but I still I said it was no big deal in nineteen sixty nine at the door sing light my fire and I said this like an arsonist or something I'm not what the hell's going on and then I finally I see he's right hand lane gyrating on since their gyrating so we I had like about some of the host has already heading east to go back to school and Elvis Presley pick me up with Joe is Esposito dry moat McCarron field and I've got a ride home and that was it I'll never do that again a story not family has one that's not bad what was I was hitchhiker insider yeah I was in the middle of a desert that we dropped off and then it was dead I don't I was so stupid I'm surprised even idea is a thing I you're right about that Mike is like you want to talk about the maybe sheltered life that even talking about like the first car you had right in what a death trap that was not what kids drive today well you know it and hitch hiking ever hitchhike back in the day I guess was before my time but today we're gonna go hitchhike locked up I guess I don't services will be at your house one time for sure well it's nice to have you had any after school activity yeah club whatever you'd for sport whatever the buses left at the end of the day there were no back up buses everybody it's like Tom after after school I walked it was no big deal yeah and it's like you walk I hitchhiked everywhere it was like no big deal yeah when I went to Muskingum college on a on my basketball ride it was a hundred eighty miles I hitchhike about three times a year to get back from I seventy get on I seventy one income and it was a regular event to hitchhike probably stand alone for a long time today yes I did pick it up and it was no big deal interest about one positive story rose Lovell start now why start now Roosevelt was there any positive sports stories in this year in greater Cincinnati northern Kentucky hello Luke Fickell Luke Fickell that stern keeps losing loses in Memphis and the basketball team loses a same weekend and savior David did when the cost on shoot out but as far as a real good feel good story Roosevelt was able to stay above yeah all the Megan rap unnoticed out all the crap going on first of all is a great server morning it's a great story from out there in in high school other than that I can think of to enter a goal to let you know the last call them and now she's a star forever in our families happy she's amount that our name grand she comes back and does her part thanks that character is she going to play again where she's playing some school is that she's with the women's team isn't large women MLS and I'm not right it's rocky own right well you where there was a woman's MLS yes I was I was aware of it have you ever seen ever seen when I talk about the salary of the of the women's national team at the MLS that's the only way I knew there was one yeah right I never seen which is ridiculous comparison now what about weapons of Ellen W. Roosevelt's twenty four years old so she's wonderful she's which are the best all right boys let's continue to kind of wrap things up on this Christmas day we have segment coming up next we have Mike the rock any and Scott and many others celebrating Christmas with you on newsradio seven hundred W. out of the partly cloudy skies dominate the day with temperatures topping out the low sixties tonight we'll continue the mild trend as temperatures only drop into the mid forties.

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"george gershwin" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"george gershwin" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"First time in more than a hundred years Australia was the winner born on this date singer Olivia Newton John TV fitness pioneer jackal lane and. George Gershwin possibly America's greatest composer. hi Mitch Davis and that's your call the state of. if you have lost a loved one you know that probate and poor planning can tear a family apart siblings don't tend to fight over money it's usually something much smaller or sentimental like that autographed Elvis Presley collectible dinner plate put a plan in place so that your family can enjoy a healthy relationships for generations to come also learn how living trust for the most common tool Marylanders use to avoid the public disclosure of household contents and all other assets during the probate process it's also a great tool to leave special items like fire arms or family heirlooms to your children and trust without the need for a public inventory learn more at a free workshop presented by Stover legal call Stover legal today and reserve your seat at four four three four seven zero three five nine nine four four three four seven zero three five nine nine for the free workshop presented by still for legal or you can register online at Towson workshop dot com. guys are you tired a little blue pill let you down and her down let's fix it for her tired of all the supplements in the pseudo science not working and are you tired of her saying it's okay we can try again next weekend when all you want to hear her say and all she wants is there a is and reserve your seat at four four three four seven zero three five nine nine four four three four seven zero three five nine nine for the free workshop presented by still for legal or you can register online at Towson workshop dot com. guys are you tired a little blue pill let you down and her down let's fix it for her tired of all the supplements in the pseudo science not working and are you tired of her saying it's okay we can try again next weekend what all you want to hear her say and all she wants is a is is it is absolutely free guys you have nothing to lose let's get the well back in the bedroom call.

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Welcome, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor!

Filmspotting

04:00 min | 3 years ago

Welcome, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor!

"Not during a scene with her finish said later, my new I was acting, but my heart didn't and my body. Certainly didn't I won't discuss it more because of the degree of intimacy involved. That was Finney the chemistry between the two is unmistakable Harris writes, and perhaps at its most powerful during the scenes when you're wondering whether Mark and Joanna should stay together at all a counter to your point about the Manzini score. He says, Don and gives their dilemma a great glossy coat from the gorgeous animated opening credits by 007 genius MAURICE binder to what may be the most melancholy romantic theme, Henry Mancini ever composed and then on its poignancy. He says undone in steady hand to for the road. Does what only a Hollywood movie can do it convince you to beautiful movie stars tooling through France and car are just like us. It's everybody's marriage. That's on trial in this film. If you've ever failed to let a fight go or said one thing too many or kept silent rather than apologize. You're likely to recognize a bit of yourself in the shards of the Wallace's the point about how they're just like us the scene that I think does that. So well is when they are forced to stay in the chichi hotel and have to kind of dodge around the fact that they can't afford to tell the restaurant. I mean, those charged for it is just a great secret. So fun so two for the road, my choice. Maybe Mark Harris's choice. If indeed he was participating in the marathon Thanos pick. I know it's not your choice though, Josh. And you know, what it's also not the choice of another guest. We have teased at last week that my daughter Sophie has been watching all of these films with me the first film finding marathon any of my children have fully participated in. And she wanted to play along and weigh in with her choice for best picture. I'm Sophie Manar in my awards for best picture goes to funny face. I was sucked in soon as the bundle of pink fabric hits the camera during the opening number it sets the tone for the whole movie fun wins ical, vibrant that. Coupled with an excellent performance from Audrey Hepburn led to experience where to quote, my dad. I couldn't wait to rewatch it as I was watching it. So there's my daughter quoting me quoting same van Haldeman? But that's fine. We'll go with it all goes round and round. Well, I knew Sophie was sharp. But this seals the deal. I mean, she she got the pick. Right. Funny faces the best picture of this marathon. I'll admit I probably enjoyed charade as much while watching it. But I think for me funny face has those musical production numbers that just are going to put it over the top. If you're comparing the two not only what I've already mentioned in these awards, but how about on how to be lovely that satirical, duet with Hepburn and Kate Thomson. I think that one really is crucial because it undercuts some of the movies fashion fascination that that they got into labout. That's great. Irene George Gershwin's. He loves and she loves I don't think we talked about this when we reviewed it at all. But this is where Hepburn an Astaire are at an. Outdoor wedding photo shoot. And they dance their way across a stream by lightly stepping onto a floating raft. I mean, here's another almost over the top Don touch could have been a pick for physio seen as well. So funny face. It's just stuffed with production numbers. Most of them quite delightful. Domine, of course, will forever be known for co directing singing in the rain. But I do think funny face has deserves a place in the top tier musicals conversation. Well, it's my runner up certainly for this marathon film. I did enjoy and has so many of those great done in moments. And touches that's our marathon. Are thanks again to Sophie to Nathaniel, of course, for all of his insights and launching all of these conversations. We hope you enjoyed this marathon whether you were following along or not and able to watch every film, we do have another marathon coming up. We don't have the date set exactly for when it will commence, but we're going to take a look at the work of Josef von Sternberg and Marlene Dietrich that collaboration. You can find. More information about all of our marathons, including listening back to all of these Don and conversations at film, spotting dot net. And just click on marathons at the top of the page.

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Georg Philipp Telemann 3: Self-Taught Composers

Classics for Kids

06:00 min | 4 years ago

Georg Philipp Telemann 3: Self-Taught Composers

"Hello. I'm Naomi Lewin. Welcome to classics for kids. Garrick Phillip Telemann never studied composition. He taught himself. How to write music turns out that's not so unusual. A lot of composers taught themselves. As a kid Edward elgar wrote music for a play that members of his family put onto entertain each other elgar never had any music instruction other than instrument lessons, but he wound up making a very good living as a composer. When Nikolai rimsky-korsakov was in the Russian naval academy. He met up with mealy Bollock ringleader of a group of Russian composers Rynski Korsakov thought that Bella cure. Ed had taught him how to compose. But after he was hired to teach composition at the Saint Petersburg, conservatory rimsky-korsakov's suddenly realized how little he actually knew about it. So he got some books and studied hard always managing to keep just one lesson ahead of what he was teaching his students. After he'd gotten started on his composing career Francie spoon. I got a few pointers about writing music from his teacher, but Poulenc was mostly self taught. African American composer. Scott Joplin was the son of freed slave Joplin figured out. How to play the piano all by himself, and he also figured out how to write the NO rags? Scott Joplin did eventually take college classes in music, so that he could fulfill his dream of writing an opera when American composer, Amy beach was three years old. She taught herself to read when she was four. She started writing piano pieces in her head finally any beach went to a composition teacher. But all he did was show her how to teach herself by studying the work of other great composers. Someone else who believed in studying the work of other great composers was Johann Sebastian Bach. Learn composition from his family members. He came from a long line of musicians who handed down the profession from poverty to sun. But the concerto was pretty new in box day. So he taught himself to write concertos by studying on Tonio vivaldi's music. Twentieth. Century Brazilian composer, Etabe LA Noche was a big Bach fan when nobody was a kid. His father took him to concerts and quizzed him about the music. He was listening to what are those instruments who wrote that piece eventually below Bush became fascinated with Brazilian folk music and ran off to perform with street musicians, then below Bush found a connection between Brazilian music and Johann Sebastian Bach. He wrote a whole set of pieces based on that connection. By the time. George Gershwin finally got around to taking composition lessons. He was in his mid twenties, and he was already famous for writing popular songs, which he figured out how to do all by himself. There's a story that Gershwin asked to famous composers MAURICE rebel and eagles Stravinsky if he could study with them, but they both said no because they really liked his music and thought he was doing just fine without their help. And of course, someone else who started writing music as a kid without the help of composition lessons was this month's composer, Georg Philipp Telemann. That's the jig from Gail Phillip Telemann sweet indeed next week on classics for kids. The Jake is up. I'm Naomi Lewin. I write classics for kids and produce it with Tim Lander at W G UC Cincinnati, please join me for a program of Jake's next time on classics for kids.

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What is a Rhapsody?

Classics for Kids

00:16 sec | 4 years ago

What is a Rhapsody?

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George Gershwin Blended Two Music Genres

Classics for Kids

00:13 sec | 4 years ago

George Gershwin Blended Two Music Genres

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