4 Burst results for "Grandiose Music"

"grandiose music" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

08:54 min | 10 months ago

"grandiose music" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

"As well. I'm always if i'm not kind of Latching watching something. And i tend to let us until of beethoven and like i back to those those like the hominy richness of his late kotex. I think because i studied it. And i always kind of read through a score and listen to test his Kamala symphony and i get a lot of compositional. Just amazement from from going through those got classical repertoire. I guess but yeah. I think many incredible comprises. Well just doing really inventive things enough. Christabel tap He's the type and go with the gift. Ooh that was really interesting like National treasures Which felt like it was taking buck in in the coniston of the piano but doing something really different with it. I'm makin levy as well you know schools. I pronounce the name much. I'm a under the skin still. That was an incredible soundtrack. The the way that the spare and but so so yeah Lays of amazing people. Natalie and i got. I got last at one time. Because i i've had other cultures on in and i said you know you guys are the modern. Now you guys you composers are the modern beethoven bach with and saying that they're on you know. Obviously these are legendary. But i said you know we watch movies. We hear this music. Where else do people here. Music that is composed. There's no vocals. It's just uplifting beautiful and sometimes sad any kind of laughed at off lake. But i really believe that i d like so when i watched low key and i and i'm washing the last ten minutes of for always time or the last ten minutes of journeyings mystery like i'm blown away by that like that's that's what i come away with like. That's why i love you know. Tv user Tv and movie. show i just. That's what does it for me. It's so true. I mean i feel like really lucky that i kind of watched that last episode of lanky he remains gives his backstory and i watched it with nothing. There was no music that and headline should be a requiem. 'cause he's he's giving his life story but he's about to die and all the things from the whole show and he's singing all in any way in his In the middle of his speech he gives a can. Just try undescoring with sort of requiem with a choir. Kate was like yeah. That's amazing that's totally taking. You know taking inspiration promote saw and bach and a Having bay with visuals being this story as just a new way of expressing isn't it and it's kind of tying together music and acting and everything. That's that's what i love about. So it's kind of multi stranded won't said you. Don't you mentioned kate. Kate from those directed low key To say it was a wonderful understatement. So you're the how does she come to realize that that that she wants you for this project. You sent her a sample. You sent her. What your vision of this is and then from there to. She came so you know what i think. We're both on the same page as kind of the nuts and bolts of how that would work natalie about yeah. It was a bit like of bychkov scenarios. While i think my had a couple of other places like scoring And just seeing who who's who's works they resonated with which just feel very lucky was mine but Yeah and it was like a combination. I think he's the right. Stick to this project. And i'm sure there were about composers that they were interviewing in an to school. That seeing it was the scene in episode one wafts might be allergic down the elevator into the time. That was the kind of scene that they handed out to composers to sh- to have a go at. Yeah i think they just kind of go back composers responses to the script in that scene and a decision based on that you do your homework for sure you research nor society is there any risk in bringing a fair comment. You know instrument that people wouldn't here right. It's you would hear in some of the sixties movies you may be sixty movies sci fi But it works so beautifully. My god But that's a risk free. So if you told me before i saw you that you're introducing therapy. I'd be like i'm curious to see how that would work. Do you view that as a risk or is that just part of your your grand vision of how you want this. To unfold tightly. Kate herron director had had to pitch again. She had to pitch them all to get the job to direct the show and she did like a huge sixty page document. Apparently which had lots of musical references in arezzo has one of references was clearer rock more. He was a kind of ceremony player from the nineteen fifties and it was a version of her plane's swan and that was in her that was in her head like again in hostile bullshit before she ever met me and she'd been listening to it and it was like rensselaer's office on the aci playing away the search she. She had thing that she really wanted the therapy to be taught of the schools. Lucky but it was weird. because i'm fortuitous. I guess before. I had the into b g. I've been working with the cyberman player on a on a lockdown project piece of music co charlie drink patch. He's like a thurman enthusiasts and he has a nineteen twenty nine. I'll see a sermon. Which designed by thurman in both which was Handful last in operation. I think there was five hundred made. But that was the sound that that instrument was used on a laze nineteen fifties sci-fi movies is lucky enough to kind of who's met this right before i interviewed low key and then when kate mentioned in the interview how much she loves the therapy. I go charlie draper to play on my pitch at you know just having that real instrument in that just adds so much character to you to music i thinks. Oh yeah then charlie. He's such a marvel fan and he's so brilliant an he contributed. He's going on those marginal and luke sermon as well. So he's he was just like ways Sent him apartment semi kind of five different versions back different instruments but yeah it was a joy to work with him and i feel like he helped me get the job and you know it's funny because When when when you get by. I can't just tell you as as a music How much it really does work. I was so happy a different soundings compositions at different sounding soundtrack. It's not the okay. We've seen the superheroes Arrives instead same. Grandiose music just so eclectic different. That's what i really love about it. You kate when deciding how you wanted to. You know a little bit. And i hope i'm my researches criteria when looking at low key compared him to alex from a clockwork orange was pretty interesting. If that is the case that was it was weird. Because i i kind of mentioned that as well like that was just something. Go from reading the script imagining walking out into the tv. And i was just kind of just like reminded me of that scene in Courage alex's walking through that kind of building complex his white suit with his with his with his gang was just in my head because that kind of wendy carlos classic repertoire but played on the sense. That just keeps you like. Oh this makes the whole thing. Kind of have this element of the grandiose nece and somehow connected with low key and i was like i'll be really cool to kind of have a cooling to something grand and something everybody's psyche. That's that's slightly classical. Which is why. I started.

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"grandiose music" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:45 min | 11 months ago

"grandiose music" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Considered on W When my C I'm Sean Carlson. It's been about 15 months since most of New York City shut down amid the first wave of Covid 19 and finally Finally, nearly all of the city's public library branches are reopening with close to full service. On today's episode of Consider this from NPR and W. N My C Arts and Culture editor Jennifer Velasco explains the new rules for browsing the library stacks and the other services. These institutions will once again provide. Here she is. With Danny Lewis J. First of all, it's been months since places like stores, bars and restaurants have allowed people inside again. Why has it taken so much longer for libraries to get back to business? Yeah, That's a good question, Danny. I'm told it's a very complicated space or public libraries provide a lot of different services to a lot of different kinds of people, and they wanted to let people feel like it's a safe space where they can linger. They didn't want people to have to make reservations or prove that they were vaccinated. And I'm told they just had to really think through a lot of things like, for example. What do you do if there is a social distancing requirement, But a patron needs help using the computer that just sounded so challenging to them. A lot of their work is is like that very feast of phase very close. They also wanted librarians to have the opportunity to get vaccinated. Which makes sense. Um, so generally, they waited till they felt like reopening would be safe for their library staff and for patrons who come from and May want to stay for hours and hours. I have to say that's how I use the library. I always think I'm going to be there for five minutes, and then I wound up browsing the shelves and sitting somewhere at the pile of books, so I get it. But also one spokesperson at Brooklyn Public Library said it's not quite right to say that libraries have been closed. Most of them have been doing grab and go service since last year, and that considerable amount of online programming and outside programming and some of that's been really innovative. Okay, So now that the New York, Brooklyn and Queens public libraries all say that they are reopening at quote close to full service. What does that mean? Can I finally get back to wandering around this tax and just touching all the books? Yes. Yes, Dad. I know that that Danny. That's a big change That's happening today. So at the New York public libraries, those are the libraries in Manhattan, the Bronx, Staten Island. Almost all branches are open and you can wander around. Stay as long as you like. This is the first time that you can do this since March. 2020. It's super exciting. The Queen's public library is little different. The branches that were already open are now free of restrictions. But there are 14 more locations that will be open beginning July. 12 and most Brooklyn public Library branches have actually been open since last week, so You've actually been able to wander around for a few days Already. I know the big difference. What really makes it close to full service, As you said, is that there's no in person programming yet. And you'll need to wear masks and all libraries. Whether you're vaccinated or not, and hours really still vary across branches, so you'll need to check their website for that. But in really good news. Late fines are still waved at all libraries through at least September. The Rose Room at the 42nd Street library is now open, which is so exciting, plus the new rooftop space at the beautiful New Stavros Niarchos Foundation Library and Fifth Avenue. That rooftop space is now also open and, of course, libraries are still continuing, but they're very popular online and outside programming except days like today when it's way too hot, right, right. Um, but a bunch of branches across the city are still closed right? Like why is that? Yeah, that's right there close for different reasons. Some are getting renovated or getting repairs. Some are still being used by the city as vaccination centers or testing centers. So when each of those is going to reopen, it really depends on its individual circumstances. 15 York Public Library branches are not yet open their 10 night opened Queens 14 that we're still waiting on in Brooklyn as construction projects finish up. We should start to see some of those open their doors sometime during the summer and the libraries that the city is using. Those are expected to be turned back to library you sometime in July, Okay? And meanwhile, like you said, you know, a second ago. We're gearing up for another heat wave this week. So it's worth noting that public libraries are some of the few places that people can go to get out of the heat without having to pay money and not to mention, use the bathroom. Get on the Internet and a number of other services. So are those all back now, too. They are so many of the libraries that are open are being used as cooling centers to be designated a cooling center. You have to have a certain amount of square footage. But you know, as people told me at all open libraries, you can basically cool off. You can hang out. Use the bathroom. Use a computer. You can use your own laptop or borrow laptop. All the pandemic restrictions have been lifted, except again. You need to wear a mask. That's W N. Y. C editor Jennifer van ask all in conversation with Danny Lewis. Despite fears of a super spreader event, it appears the Tokyo Olympics will begin as planned July 23rd organizers have pledged the games will be safe from the pandemic. They also say they'll be environmentally friendly. NPR's Anthony Kuhn takes a closer look at that claim. Last month, grandiose music swelled at a ceremony to unveil symbols of Olympic sustainability. One symbol comes courtesy of Olympic sponsor Procter and Gamble. Stanislaw, veteran CEO.

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"grandiose music" Discussed on Environment: NPR

Environment: NPR

02:01 min | 11 months ago

"grandiose music" Discussed on Environment: NPR

"Organizers. Have pledged the games will be safe from the pandemic. they also say they'll be environmentally friendly. Npr's anthony kuhn takes a closer look at that claim last month. Grandiose music's welded a ceremony to unveil symbols of olympic sustainability when simple comes courtesy of olympic sponsor procter and gamble stanislav vesa. Ceo of png's. Japan subsidiary introduced the podiums on which athletes will get their medals. The tokyo atlanta twenty podiums are made for use plastic packages directly collected by consumers and then recycled even the gold silver and bronze part of the symbolism. They'll be extracted from recycled cell phones and other gadgets to make the athletes medals but some analysts say the symbolism of sustainability exaggerates the reality unfortunately the data show that stability in all dimensions is decreasing over time from nineteen ninety. Two to twenty twenty. That's fan daniel wolf. At the university of lausanne switzerland he co authored. A study of the sustainability of recent olympic games wolf define sustainable as having limited ecological impact promoting social justice and being economically efficient. These goals he says tend to take a back seat to the ambition to put on dazzling mega events but wolf and some environmental groups. Do give olympic organizers credit for at least trying. Monaco konishi is the climate and energy project leader at wwf japan. She praises the games energy plan. So the extra electricity that is required for the tokyo olympic will be one hundred percent renewable energy and that could be a very good role model for the future olympics. The games will of course still produce carbon emissions. But she says the organizers have already secured more than enough carbon credits to try to offset the greenhouse gases. The games

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How the Olympics Is Working to Be More Environmentally-Friendly

Environment: NPR

02:01 min | 11 months ago

How the Olympics Is Working to Be More Environmentally-Friendly

"Organizers. Have pledged the games will be safe from the pandemic. they also say they'll be environmentally friendly. Npr's anthony kuhn takes a closer look at that claim last month. Grandiose music's welded a ceremony to unveil symbols of olympic sustainability when simple comes courtesy of olympic sponsor procter and gamble stanislav vesa. Ceo of png's. Japan subsidiary introduced the podiums on which athletes will get their medals. The tokyo atlanta twenty podiums are made for use plastic packages directly collected by consumers and then recycled even the gold silver and bronze part of the symbolism. They'll be extracted from recycled cell phones and other gadgets to make the athletes medals but some analysts say the symbolism of sustainability exaggerates the reality unfortunately the data show that stability in all dimensions is decreasing over time from nineteen ninety. Two to twenty twenty. That's fan daniel wolf. At the university of lausanne switzerland he co authored. A study of the sustainability of recent olympic games wolf define sustainable as having limited ecological impact promoting social justice and being economically efficient. These goals he says tend to take a back seat to the ambition to put on dazzling mega events but wolf and some environmental groups. Do give olympic organizers credit for at least trying. Monaco konishi is the climate and energy project leader at wwf japan. She praises the games energy plan. So the extra electricity that is required for the tokyo olympic will be one hundred percent renewable energy and that could be a very good role model for the future olympics. The games will of course still produce carbon emissions. But she says the organizers have already secured more than enough carbon credits to try to offset the greenhouse gases. The games

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