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Who Was Franz Liszt?
"Eighteen eleven was called the year of the great comet because a comet lit up the sky for over nine months and eighteen eleven was when franz liszt was born this came from writing which is in austria now but back then it was part of the austro-hungarian empire lists father worked for the same hungarian prince haydn had worked for years earlier. He wasn't a professional musician but he played several instruments including the piano list was six. His father started giving him lessons and list played his first concert in public when he was nine. Local members of the nobility were so impressed that they paid for him to go steady in vienna. Which was the center of music there. He took lessons from carl czerny. Who had studied piano with beethoven when czerny saw how talented list was he started. Teaching him for free list also started studying composition and he had his first piece published when he was eleven after a while czerny told list he had nothing more to teach him so list and his family moved to paris when he tried to get into the paris conservatory. They wouldn't take him not because he wasn't good but because he wasn't french list continued to study privately and to give concerts around europe since he was also very religious. He thought about becoming a priest instead of a musician but his father said you belong to art. Not the church.
Climbing the Charts with Omar Esa
"Salama example. Hating haydn. I feel like with ramadan recordings and this was going to go after the holy month. That people are going to be back up today. Usual kind of energy levels. But it's a bit draining and we're coming to discussing becomes at the end of the month exactly Time has flown. But for me at least like my my my mental capacity times inability to like get the words out find difficult. It's difficult. I'll go on office at home. So i'm trying to do work and i just get so lazy. Yeah and i wanna scientists literally start you literally falling to see more when you. I don't know why that is recommended. Actors all right even even seafood about one hundred eighty nine. We'll we'll take again. I'm in terms of the context of this conversation. I think there's there's a lot of different things we can talk about But i for me. The most significant thing that people might have seen very recently. Is that your most recent album. Yep or did all you'll be very well on launch and and made it to the the fourth spot on the june charts and not like the issue chance now. I like the the everything charge. I remember it was around the time that diem. Mx had passed away. And i remember when i was looking like the mx his greatest hits because normally when someone dies yeah they greatest hits to number one exactly but it was all maurice number four and then the mx his number five. What what did you do. How did this happen. I'm answering one of other things. I'd is that it's a vocal only album as well off of your tracks of oklahoma. So it's i guess very different from from everything else in the in the chart. What the hell happened. you know. it's all thanks. Are less panel. Darla actually peaked at number three hundred so what it did was that. I don't know to be honest. You microlight our. I don't have a an independent recording is so there's not many But has no report labels for vocal only the sheet artists and i. She's vocals anyway literally just my vocals and it was. It was crazy. Like i remember having a chat on the on the phone. You you said to me that happened. I what was like a Now there's no campaign it's put out. I've been working on it for two years the album. It's my best body of work. So i was confident in it. You know In the body of work. And i remember it was friday and it hit the number one spot on the choose chart and then in the evening call from a friend and he goes know your number fully on the main char and what so when and i went wrong number four you there and then it just brought his kept growing from there. It's a video lope asking people to support me and people on the you know the the brothers and sisters Came together support me and yeah it was a it was. It was
How High Achievers Begin to Find Balance, With Michael Hyatt
"Many of us as leaders tend to be the high achieving types we are driven not just by others but actually were driven so much internally to do the best possible work we can for ourselves for others and for our organizations and that's a wonderful wonderful positive trait and yet is a trait that can get in our way of really finding the balance that so many of us want to not only win at work but to succeed at life today. I'm so glad to welcome back to the show and expert. Who's going to help us to navigate this better so pleased to welcome michael hiatt. He is the founder and chairman of michael haydn company which helps leaders get the focus. They need to win at work. And succeed at life formerly chairman and ceo of thomas nelson publishers. Michael is also the creator of the full focus planner and a new york times wall street journal and usa today. An author of several books including free to focus your best year. Ever living forward and platform is work has been featured by the wall street journal forbes fast company business week entrepreneur and many other publications. He is the author with his daughter. Megan hyatt who's now. Ceo of their company of win at work and succeed at life. Five principles to free yourself from the cult of overwork. Michael always a pleasure to talk to you. Welcome back thanks. Dave great to be with you the title of this book when it were can succeed at life of all the people who have public presence in the world and on the internet and lead organizations. You seem to be both really intentional about that balance in your language but my sense is that you really execute on that well and yet when you read this book you realize coming away the reader that that wasn't always the case for you looking back. When did you realize that the succeed at life piece wasn't clicking for you as much as it should be open this story in the book i tell the story of actually making that discovery in sort of revelation that yeah was winning at work but i wasn't succeed in
"haydn" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Joseph Haydn famously said. I listened more than I study. It sounds like a law school hypothetical here in Bloomberg. It's the same thing. Do you maintain that low rate regime? Can you see out two years how you build a strategy with that eventuality in mind? Experts Information news. The push sets up a potential fight. What do we know about how it will go public? Bloomberg Radio. The Bloomberg business happened. Bloomberg radio dot com. Bloomberg, the world is listening. Everyone seems to have an opinion about who's in who's out. And what comes next. We have a virus that is actually expanding their shots talked about 70% of participants from falling ill. Our advice rely on Leon, the most accurate sources were thrilled at the World Bank chief economist could join us this morning. That's what we do to governor. What's the situation with your hospital's Bloomberg radio? The Bloomberg business happened. Bloomberg radio Com Bluebeard, the world is listening, Theo only way to start the morning. He's with optimism. Jobs. Recovery was sluggish. A lot of people agree on that. Bloomberg surveillance with Tom Keene, Jonathan Farrow and Lisa Abramowitz. Finally, we got some Abramowitz gloom to get in their ultimate south. Second, my baby when LASIK a picture Heights Bloomberg surveillance Lossless must watch Lisa, your data point. Go, Tom, You're great, never changed a few mornings in Seven Eastern on Bloomberg Radio and Bloomberg Television. Bye on.
"haydn" Discussed on From the Top with Host Christopher O'Riley
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"haydn" Discussed on From the Top with Host Christopher O'Riley
"From the tops host is sponsored by susan. Gerald slavic peter. Thanks joanne before. We head out to honolulu. We've got to make a stop in the pacific northwest to meet an amazing clarinetist. He's seventeen year. Old bram shank from mercer island washington and he speaks as eloquently and conversation as he does through. His clarinet will hear his musical voice. I in his performance of oma jan bach by vetch Um hum You heard seventeen bram. Shank from mercer island washington performed amish jazz bach by belco vetch and bram thank you for introducing from the top to that piece. That's pretty wild to hear something that sounds like it could be three hundred years old But it was actually written by living composer. Yes really wonderful. He did a great job with that now. Kovac and j s bach both have their charms especially in your hands. But do you mind if i play back something completely different. This is music that you yourself just sent me and i want you to talk about it to who we listening to. So this is to lebron vin. He was a klezmer claire. Denis from the early part of the twentieth century he was what i would like to describe as the quintessential klezmer. He fled here from ukraine fleeing pegram's as a refugee any came here and he couldn't really hold down a job not really in a band or orchestra. It was because he was a partier. He was very much a big drinker and he would do tricks like take off his pants during his performances would perform backwards to the audience so they couldn't see his finger. Technique wanted to keep it a secret and he learned entirely by ear. I love how he just makes the clarinet cry. It's it's removing. it's super cool. Cuz klezmer is meant to imitate assasin. Which is a cantor..
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Janissary Music
"I'm Naomi Moon Welcome to classics for. Kids. Let's start this show off with a bang. You. Know how? When a certain kind of music catches on whether it's rap or jazz or Latino suddenly you hear it all over well, all over Europe in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries you would have heard Turkish flavored music like this marked by Ludwik von Beethoven. A very reasonable question would be if Beethoven was German, what was he doing writing Turkish music? The Sultan who ruled Turkey used to have a very select group of guards called Jan Aseries, actually, jams areas, what the Turkish term for new army sounded like to European ears like most armies. The Janice series had a band and since this was a Turkish army, the Janice every band used Turkish instruments like bass drums, triangles, and cymbals when the Sultan of Turkey since January, bands to Europe people went nuts over the exotic sound of those instruments hey, couldn't get enough of Turkish. Music. European composers knowing what their audiences wanted to hear started writing. Turkish. Sounding pieces and even set some of those pieces in Turkey This is the overture to Mozart's opera the abduction from the Seraglio. Seraglio. Was the Turkish Sultan's palace a palace which he kept US sizable Harem of wives. Plural. Very poor. Mozart wasn't the only composer to set an opera in Turkey German composer. Carl Maria. Von Vaber did to and he even gave his opera a Turkish name. Abu Hassan. And Turkish sounds crept into orchestra music too. For Instance Haydn's symphony number one. Kendrick. Since people associated the sound of drums, triangles and cymbals with Turkish army bands that Haydn symphony came to be known as the Military Symphony. The best symbols in the world are still made by the same family that made them in Haydn's day the Zil jains, the name zillion is Turkish for symbol maker a Turkish Sultan gave it to the first symbol maker in the family almost four centuries ago today zillions live in Massachusetts where they make the symbols you here in rock bands and symphony orchestras. That's from Wellington's victory by Beethoven. After. The FAD for January music died down the cymbals bass drums and triangles didn't go back to Turkey those instruments. Oh, their place in today's orchestras and bands to the eighteenth century European craze for Turkish music of all the composer's latched onto the sound of the January band I think Beethoven did it best? My favorite bit of January music is tucked into the middle of the last movement of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony. That Sound is a controversy soon, the lowest pitched woodwind instrument there is it's acting almost like a bass drum. Back when January music was popular, you could buy a piano equipped with a special. January pedal by thumping down on it, you could accompany yourself with your own personal triangle and drums percussion section. Unfortunately today, those pianos are only found in museums when both amodio Mozart composed his Turkish Rondo he managed to get the piano to imitate Janice drums even without a special pedal. That's Mozart's Turkish Rondo. Now that you know about the Turkish part to find out what a Rondo is, join me next time for classics for kids.
Bloomberg spending at least $100M in Florida to beat Trump: report
"Presidential hopeful Michael Bloomberg is committing $100 million to help Joe Biden win the state of Florida. NPR's Mara Lesson reports. It's a strategic calculation. Bloomberg's investment is a potential game changer in Florida, a swing state with very expensive media markets. The trumpet needs TTO win if he is to reach 270 electoral votes. Haydn, on the other hand, has several routes to 2 70. Without winning Florida. Bloomberg's big investment would force Trump to spend more time and money in Florida and allow the Biden campaign to focus. Its resource is on other states. Right now. Florida is considered a toss up with neither candidate showing much of a lead in the polls. Bloomberg spent about a billion dollars on his own unsuccessful run for the Democratic nomination, and during the primaries, he promised to spend whatever it takes to defeat Donald Trump. Mara Liasson NPR news To Los Angeles County sheriff's
University creates student avatars for virtual graduation ceremony
"Everything is virtual these days. So it's probably not surprising to hear that the Indian Institute of Technology Campus in Mumbai held its graduation ceremony on Sunday online but this was not a run of the mill zoom call be HD. Pins ease open the idea. Bombay congregation twenty APP on by. I'm playing the mission. The university created a three D Avatar for each student in an APP they could watch that Avatar walk across a virtual stage to accept their diploma. Here's Deepak Verma who just finished his PhD in science and engineering the Actually Ossetia's stool royd autographs, front facing photograph side visiting program, and also art haydn snowboarding Verma lives some nine hundred miles from the Mumbai campus, which effectively closed in March because of covid. But he says the virtual convocation made him feel like he was back on campus. Feeling that if the, Viet, actually that digital some Lavar, some institution where people actually cared for us doing this pandemic also in there right through their best to actually invited us to campus and firm adds his Avatar really did look like him well, except for one thing. So, in my quarter gravitate sent a, it was a Mike Meyers autumn is my hair is like. A messy. The school also set up a virtual environment like a video game where students could visit their old dorms and interact with fellow students. Verma says the whole thing was much better than he expected they would have given the normal certificates and said goodbye. Event host burden right do do something be actually remember for a long period of time and I think they have managed deal who knows maybe in the future will be doing everything with virtual avatars.
Music that Imitates Inanimate Objects
"Hello. I'm Naomi Lewin. Welcome to classics for kids. It's pretty obvious that at the beginning of the second movement of Beethoven's Eighth Symphony The Orchestra is imitating something mechanical. That's not a clock ticking. It's a metronome, the machine that was invented to show exactly how fast or slow a piece of music should be played before the metronome. The only way to show the tempo of a piece was by writing fast slow, very fast or very slow usually in Italian on the music. But a composer had no way of telling you exactly how fast very fast was. That's where the. Comes in. In, the early eighteen hundreds Dutch inventor named Dietrich Nichols Vinko perfected a machine that could be adjusted to take at set speeds, but Vinko wasn't a good salesman. So he didn't get credit for it. A friend of Beethoven's Johann. NEPOMUK melt. Seoul was the one who took out the patent on the metronome and marketed it. So he gets the credit. When you see 'em m equals sixty on a piece of music. The M M's stands for metals. metronome equals sixty a metronome marking of sixty is one tic per second, which is about the speed if your pulse. battleplan was the only composer to write music imitating an inanimate object something that's not alive. He wasn't even the only one to write music takes composers love to put clocks into their music. That's the symphony number one, hundred, one by Franz Joseph Haydn, which is nicknamed the clock for pretty obvious reasons. Hungarian composers ultime Kodi put a musical clock into his opera Janos. There's also a famous fairy tale character for Houma clock striking midnight was very important and very scary Sergei. prokofiev wrote a ballet Cinderella including the clock. One last. A tick that slightly off balance, there's a piece by American composer. Leroy Anderson called the syncopated clock. In this piece, the clock goes tick Tock Tick Tock and then suddenly. It does something different syncopation in music is when you shift the accent from where you expect it. To, someplace you don't. Leroy Anderson loved inanimate objects. He wrote another piece imitating one that's just about disappeared these days before there were computers with printers, there was the typewriter. In music, it's not just instruments that imitate inanimate objects sometimes singers due to. That's from the first act of Jacques Offenbach, opera the tales of Hoffmann in which the hero Hoffman falls in love with a woman named Olympia or whether he thinks Olympia is a woman but she's really a mechanical doll in the middle of singing her mechanical music she runs out of steam and someone has to wind her back up. Played. Some wonderful jokes with their mechanical music
"Welcome to classics for Kids I'm Naomi Lewin Fransius of Haydn is known as the father of the symphony because he took that form of orchestra music and perfected it. But no one changed the symphony more than Ludvig Fund Beethoven. The First Symphony Beethoven wrote definitely sounds like it was influenced by Haydn's music. By the time Beethoven wrote his second symphony tragedy had struck, but you'd never know it from the music. The Summer Beethoven wrote his Second Symphony was the summer he realized he was going death. Instead of letting his misery out in his music Beethoven put it all into a letter at the end of which he said he wasn't going to let deafness stop him from being a musician. When Napoleon Bonaparte started conquering Europe Van was a huge fan because he thought Napoleon was going to help ordinary people. Beethoven planned to dedicate his third symphony to Napoleon. But then Napoleon. Crowned himself emperor proving that he was more interested in power than people. Beethoven was furious and changed the name of his symphony number three to ero- Ika the heroic symphony. Beethoven's Fourth Symphony has some very dancing music. Sometimes. The fourth kind of gets lost in the shuffle between the Aurora and the even more famous symphony that came next Beethoven's fifth. Avenue. The man who wrote the first biography of Beethoven claimed that the composer meant the opening at the to be knocking at the door. But a student of Beethoven's thought his teacher had nothing more faithfully mind than a bird call from a kind of sparrow a yellowhammer. Whether or not Beethoven included a bird in his fifth. He certainly put birds and a lot more nature into his six, which even has a nature nickname, the pastoral or pastorale symphony. No birds at all in Beethoven's symphony number seven just rousing music. In Beethoven's Eighth Symphony something is clearly ticking. More about that next week, which brings us to Beethoven's ninth a piece that completely changed how people thought of symphonies. No one had ever used singers in a symphony before, but Beethoven put plenty of them into the last movement of the peace in his famous. Ode to Joy, with words by German playwright. Friedrich Schiller. I one person seems it. And eventually a whole chorus joins in. People all over the world know and love Beethoven's Ninth Symphony. When the Berlin Wall came down, they celebrated with a huge concert featuring Beethoven's ninth. I've been sung it in China where audiences went crazy next week the mechanical object in Beethoven's symphony number eight and a lot more pieces of music describe inanimate objects
"Welcome to classics for Kids I'm Naomi Lewin Fransius of Haydn is known as the father of the symphony because he took that form of orchestra music and perfected it. But no one changed the symphony more than Ludvig Fund Beethoven. The First Symphony Beethoven wrote definitely sounds like it was influenced by Haydn's music. By the time Beethoven wrote his second symphony tragedy had struck, but you'd never know it from the music. The Summer Beethoven wrote his Second Symphony was the summer he realized he was going death. Instead of letting his misery out in his music Beethoven put it all into a letter at the end of which he said he wasn't going to let deafness stop him from being a musician. When Napoleon Bonaparte started conquering Europe Van was a huge fan because he thought Napoleon was going to help ordinary people. Beethoven planned to dedicate his third symphony to Napoleon. But then Napoleon. Crowned himself emperor proving that he was more interested in power than people. Beethoven was furious and changed the name of his symphony number three to ero- Ika the heroic symphony. Beethoven's Fourth Symphony has some very dancing music. Sometimes. The fourth kind of gets lost in the shuffle between the Aurora and the even more famous symphony that came next Beethoven's fifth. Avenue. The man who wrote the first biography of Beethoven claimed that the composer meant the opening at the to be knocking at the door. But a student of Beethoven's thought his teacher had nothing more faithfully mind than a bird call from a kind of sparrow a yellowhammer. Whether or not Beethoven included a bird in his fifth. He certainly put birds and a lot more nature into his six, which even has a nature nickname, the pastoral or pastorale symphony. No birds at all in Beethoven's symphony number seven just rousing music. In Beethoven's Eighth Symphony something is clearly ticking. More about that next week, which brings us to Beethoven's ninth a piece that completely changed how people thought of symphonies. No one had ever used singers in a symphony before, but Beethoven put plenty of them into the last movement of the peace in his famous. Ode to Joy, with words by German playwright. Friedrich Schiller. I one person seems it. And eventually a whole chorus joins in. People all over the world know and love Beethoven's Ninth Symphony. When the Berlin Wall came down, they celebrated with a huge concert featuring Beethoven's ninth. I've been sung it in China where audiences went crazy
"haydn" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"You're locked into the Gate O's and Chad show. For the first time since the pandemic pad seven Haydn Biden came out. We see a shadow go back in for another four years, so he was with Senator Kamala Harris. And where they were Delaware, right? I think they were in Delaware and they were at a pony number was there was nobody there There was like no, you know, press or anything. Was it? Never Wayne's world They were in Delaware. Nothing happens. And Jeremy Grey Poupon. I love Delaware. You have been there. You put them in a Delaware? Yeah, gorgeous Scott's country. I left it was okay. I'm worried, though. Not sure Joe Biden knows who is vice president. President is Does he know her name? Or does it Because in all honesty, you know, I'm learning more about her as well. I'd like to know how to pronounce your name. And Joe Biden apparently does doesn't know. And Kamila Kamila Harris, the Joe Biden Kamala Harris Administration Senator Kamala Harris, one of the reasons I chose comma. That's what I asked. Camel Pass common would be the last voice in the room. I got a chance to spend some time in my home today. Kameni, Doug, and here's the best part. Camel. You've got an honorary biting for quite some time. You know, I came first to know Commonly, Wass. You're next Vice President of States Camel Paris, Camilla Becky Lin, Can you give us some insight on this? Because you know if there is it, mama HLA is there one thing we want to be accurate? She actually did call herself Mamma la sound. But yes, she said that was her. Greatest title. Ever talk about being a mom. Cholera, or is it Kamala? I have been told that I'm going with this because this is what I believe that it's like saying the word comma. So Kamala and her mother is Shamila. I think so. It is actually it isthe. Here's Mama. Whether I'm cheering in the bleachers at a swim meet, are setting up a college room dorm or helping my God daughter prepare for her school debate. Our building Legos with my God, son. You think she's doing any of that? She's a senator. She's pretty busy. I don't think he's doing any of that. Or hugging my two baby nieces or cooking dinner Sunday dinner. My family means everything to me and I've had a lot of titles of in my career. And certainly vice president will be great..
Ludwig van Beethoven
"Kids. Ludwig van Beethoven was born in Bonn Germany in seventeen seventy Beethoven's father was a singer who worked as a court musician in Bonn but he wasn't very reliable. So by the time Beethoven was a teenager, he was supporting his family as a court musician. Beethoven. Played Violin Viola and most of all keyboard instruments. The prince who employed Beethoven sent him on a trip to Vienna, which was the center of musical activity in Vienna Beethoven played for Mozart who was so impressed that he said to his friends, keep an eye on him. Someday he'll give the world something to talk about. Once, he'd had a taste of Vienna. There was no keeping Beethoven in Bonn he moved to the Anna where he intended to study with. Mozart but by then Mozart had died. So Beethoven studied with Haydn instead. Heiden was a pretty easy going person while Beethoven was Moody and Intense. So their student teacher partnership didn't last very long just long enough for some of what Haydn was good ad like string quartets to rub off on Beethoven. Beethoven quickly became known all over Vienna as a wonderful musician at first he was mostly famous for his skill as a pianist. But when Beethoven was just thirty years old he realized he would have to give up his career as a concert pianist because he was going death. After a while Beethoven couldn't hear an extra well enough to stay together with it when they played and eventually he couldn't even hear himself play his own piano. But Beethoven, was such a genius that even though he couldn't here with his ears, he could still hear music in his head so he kept right on composing. Aw. In Beethoven's Day, composers were considered servants but Beethoven refuse to be treated like a servant by his patrons members of the nobility who paid him for his work. He knew he was unique and said so as he wrote to one of his patrons, there are and will be thousands of princes. Is One Beethoven. Beethoven wrote nine glorious symphonies more about those and his piano music in coming weeks. He also wrote Chamber Music Ballets Religious Music Songs, and one opera Beethoven wasn't afraid to change his music when he didn't think it worked this is one of four tries to get the overture to his opera just. Between the French revolution and Napoleon's Wars Beethoven lived through a lot of political changes. In fact, He created a revolution of his own, a musical one. Beethoven took the graceful elegant forms that Mozart and Haydn had used and change them into something powerful and passionate.
"haydn" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show
"Donald Donald. have. You guys seen the President Donald Donald! He sounded pretty angry from tweet that he just sent Donald Donald Donald. You said he'd make the country great at least was his promise. Ranch have used the bank, and now that it's a mess, you think. At least he tried to Commerce Donald Donald Donald. There's riots all around for an injustice. And suffering and sadness from a dangerous pandemic sex. Jared Kushner and I drove by Mitch. McConnell I looked on every courses I checked every McDonald's. Kicks in visit makes them kind of hyper. He acts like he's a big shot. But he's scared. WHAT'S DIAPER DONALD? DONALD DONALD DONALD GETS US. A. Path word. Heading. May. Eleven PA. Boy. Commander in chief might address all the grief. What's happening out in the streets? But he's only clown, so he hides underground and he said some toilet. soapy careful not to scare him. Off at the height of the protest outside the White House. President trump was moved to the bunker. I wonder if there's Wifi and a special tanning station, but it's like hamburgers in quiet desperation. They had to childproof the bunk bed. They got us. Need one the bottom. President of law and order, I will fight to protect you. REAP. Boxing. Love to berate every city and stay 'cause you know how he likes to act hard. Vani heads for the hills, any Netflix and chill while he called out the National Guard for the camera he mocks. He calls on offense while they beg him that standard. and He sends the COPS ON PHOTO OPS. Any acts like he knows how to read. The bumper boy boy talkable. No. Packbell So. He lives there alone any gaps on the phone. His girlfriend's like Putin and Cam. Embarrassed because they're all laughing at us all. I will solve the. Operation not can tap. To protect you. I am your president of law and. Oh..
"haydn" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show
"You. This wonderful music and I always get asked by people. Who is it? Who the what is that music? Do you play before the show starts well? It's I think it's an unreleased piece of music from Lily Hayden. WHO's a magnificent violinist songwriter singer? Composer and so much more and an activist. In fact, the last time I saw Lily Hayden and person with over ten years ago. I was at A. Party for Air America radio. When Air America was still going on, it was just like a client party, and there was Lily, and so she is an activist, and so we're to talk about a little bit of everything including well a new a new a new score. She's got coming up for a a a movie called Ruth I think it's called. Ruth Ruth Bader Ginsburg or justice Ginsburg in her own words. Words She's she scored the movie Anita, which was about Anita Hill, she did a recent Ted talk in which she performed a song called I. Am a man that's she wrote for those sanitation workers who marched with Martin Luther King Fifty Years Ago with with the signs that said I am a man and boy. Is it topical today or what so we will combine music with activism with? The the crap. We're facing in our daily lives. you know how I like? Start the show with something humorous, because we tend to get kind of serious and of course, our old Pal Randy Rainbow came through for me. Randy Rainbow quite prolific and it had been a couple of weeks, or so since his last wonderful video while he did want again this time. It was Let's say this time it well. I'm just GONNA. Play it for you. We played a song last week. By an artist named Courtney Jaye called bunker boy. It was a quickie. It was like a minute and a half long. You might recall anyway Randy, rainbows new song is called the bunker boy, so let's start off with that, and then we'll get down to the serious stuff, okay? All right well, take it away. Well, take it away Randy Rainbow Donald..
Antonio Vivaldi 3: Violin Concertos Through the Ages
"Some people love to show off or perform in front of other people. A concerto is a piece of music. Which one or more solo instruments get to show off in front of a larger group of instruments and also in front of an audience? The starring instrument in Vivaldi's Four Seasons concertos is the violin. The violin was invented over a hundred years before Vivaldi came along but not the concerto concertos for Solo instruments were born in Italy in the late. Sixteen hundreds soon composers in other countries wanted to write concertos in the Italian style. Johann Sebastian Bach Pot himself to compose concertos by copying out the Valdis music as he copied out the parts box. Study what he had done and how he had done it based on that. Bach wrote his own concertos for most of his life. Franz-josef Haydn held a job that involved composing music for the Court Orchestra that he conducted in Haydn's Day conductors didn't stand in front of the orchestra waving their arms. The way they do today back then. The head Honcho violinist or concert master. Who is a member of the orchestra was also the conductor so heighten was also a very good violinist and wrote concertos for his instrument by the Time Felix? Mendelssohn came along. The conductor of an orchestra didn't play in it anymore. When Mendelssohn became conductor of one of the best orchestras in Europe. He hired his good friend segment. Davi to be the concert master head. Honcho violinist then. Mendelssohn wrote a concerto for his friend to play. Mimbo Cement Dhabi also helped popularize an earlier violin concerto. One by Ludwig van Beethoven Beethoven's Concerto never caught on during his lifetime which may have been because at the first performance of the piece. The violinist hadn't bothered to learn his music. He was sight reading seeing the music. For the first time. Which you're not supposed to do in concert. People don't sight read Beethoven's Concerto in performance anymore some violin concertos got labeled unplayable. Because they haven't found the right violinists to play them. The first violinist Tchaykovsky asked to perform his Concerto. Said it couldn't be done turns out he was thrown. It makes sense that the history of Violin concertos follows. The history of great violinists Joseph. Yokneam was the greatest violinist in Europe in the last half of the nineteenth century was happy to give advice on how to get around the violin to composers. Who wanted to write concertos for him? Like Max Bro. Up until recently most great violinists also wrote concertos for themselves to play. Not many of them do that anymore today. But Mark O'connor does you can definitely hear bits of folk music which is what. Mark O'Connor grew up playing in the PC calls his fiddle concerto. Fiddle is what folk and country musicians call the
Gioachino Rossini: Famous Finales
"Finale is the English pronunciation of an Italian word that spelled F. I N. A. L. E. It means the end of something. You've probably heard the expression ram finale. Hello Finale is don't come much grander than the end of Tchaikovsky's Fifth Symphony unless of course you add singers to the end of symphony the way. Beethoven did and his nine not all composers. Were that emphatic. About Ending Symphony frontiers of Haydn wrote one of the quietest symphony finales ever. In Haydn's Farewell Symphony. The players leave the stage one by one at the end. There are only two violinists left. Here's a finale that Dmitri Shostakovich had some real fun with at the end of Shostakovich's piano concerto number one which is really a concerto for piano and trumpet. It sounds like the two instruments are in a race to the finish. Not all finale. Come at the very end of the peace when you go to a play. Something big usually happens right before intermission so that you can't wait to come back and see how it all turns out that happens in operas to some of the best finales are in the middle like the end of act. Two of Mozart's four act opera. The marriage of Figaro at the beginning of this finale two characters the count and Countess who are married tweet other are having an argument then the Countess's maids is Emma joins into help. The Countess do battle with her husband. One of the wonderful things about this. Finale is that you can always tell who's fighting with whom characters who agree with each other saying together. The finale has gone from duet to people singing to a trio. Three people singing then the guy says Anna wants to marry shows up. He's the one who's marriage. The opera is about Figaro's it's now a quartet four singers and the argument is three against one. The count is the one grumbling while the other three gang up on him but wait. There's more the V to arrive making quintet of singers is someone on the counts side. Antonio the Gardener God. Figaro manages to explain away. What's bothering on Tonio. So he leaves but then three characters on the count side show up. And by the end of the Finale Mozart has taken what started out as a duet and turned it into a Septet seven singers four against three
Weather in Music
"Rossini put thunderstorms into several of his operas before they were movies with spaceships and dinosaurs musical. Thunderstorms were state of the art entertainment special effects so composers love to use them. Probably the most famous musical thunderstorm by someone other than Rossini is the one Ludwik on Beethoven put into his symphony number six after the thunder and lightning in that ferocious storm. The Sun comes out and you can just feel everything dry off and warm up In a set of symphonies. He called morning noon and evening. Frontiers of Haydn included a thunderstorm in the last movement of evening his symphony number eight. There's a lot of weather especially thunderstorm activity in Antonio Vivaldi's four seasons but Vivaldi wrote another concerto called storm at sea in which you can hear the waves being whipped up by the wind and rain lose one of the most famous circus. Marches is thunder and blazes. Boulos Food Chick. The thunder stuff comes at the very beginning. Henry fillmore wrote a march called Rolling Thunder. There was a composer in John Fields. Day who wrote a piano concerto called the storm so field decided to top him with a concerto called. The fire caused by the storm. Sure not only does field have thunder and rain. You can also hear the fire exploding. When Richard Strauss put a thunderstorm into his Alpine symphony he went all out. Strauss included parts for a wind machine and a thunder sheet a large piece of flexible metal. That you shake to make the sound of thunder. Even voices can imitate a thunderstorm in his saint. Matthew Passion Johann Sebastian Bach has a double chorus saying the German words. Blitzer and Donna. But this has nothing to do with reindeer. Blitzer and Donna are German for lightning and thunder.
How AI Will Evolve Marketing and Advertising - With Mahmoud Arram of Bluecore
"So Mahmoud I wanted to kind of kick us off your with where you see a I getting the most traction and adoption ECOMMERCE ecommerce today. Where do you see the money being spent in the difference being made if we just kind of free time right now is to wear A? I is in ECOMMERCE Haydn. So we believe in vertical is a so I think that even ecommerce on its own is too big for any sort of generalized guy to be applicable across across all of the different facets of e commerce. So you believe in even sort of hyper verticalisation within retail within ecommerce so our focus has has been on sort of a marketing automation and specifically starting with email and starting with highly personalized communication between the brands and the customers. And we're rolling verticalised. A there got it. Maybe you can speak from that perspective particularly than if you want to talk specifically to that vertical when you look at that space and you ask yourself. Geez we're the big investments sort of going in terms of what functions. What capabilities is enabling there? Some that are probably getting more funding. Some less where do you kind kinda see those trends today so I think overall there is a lot of sort of like Jean. And there's a lot of positive change within retail if you actually think about the last sort of decade mccade or an end specifically in the last five years there has been on the rise of direct to consumer brands. I live in New York City. And if you do there are subway. Ads For all sorts of direct consumer brands selling things from linens towels to burn my subscription electric toothbrushes so there are lots of companies that are going direct to consumer and in doing so. They need need a lot of technology because they're not going to go and build their own ecommerce site. They're not going to go and build their own special like marketing automation. All of that. and You can't really compete soda on optimizing for operational excellence alone. I think that there are. We are sort of at the point where there are sort of diminishing returns there so the the biggest sort of differentiator for a lot of these direct to consumer brands is in how they do marketing and how they do marketing any personalized way that connects with their customers. Especially especially that the cost of acquiring customers in social media and via ads just keeps growing yet so they're focused on retention and sort of like this is where we see a lot of differentiation differentiation. So typically the way the way sort of like marketing worked in retail for direct to consumer brands is that you send sort of like an retention. The email message to everyone. Let's Skype to your site or at ruin that ever purchased new and you're sending them sort of like the same message to everyone after a while people started collecting any sort of a crm Started doing some sort of segmentation on their customers. Either based on age or gender or you know very rudimentary Affinity scoring ain't where it's you know the different facets of the different categories of merchandise and we see sort of like the biggest leverage now in being able to leverage the data that you are your first party data on your customers on how the site how they interact with merchandise. What they buy? And what the Own your site in order to be able to cater to them in a highly personalized way. That sort of compliments this direct to consumer brand but is very focused on a sort of consumer experience or we see a lot of investment sorta like in the. How do I take my first party? Data and turn that into a customer service to turn that into a differentiated marketing strategy. Yeah so let's talk about maybe a couple of examples of that just to make that a little bit more salient and we can use some examples of the direct to consumer brands direct response marketers there. What are maybe some sailing examples? You not the name brand if you don't want to but just to paint a picture for us right so we have four hundred customers or would say about half of them are sort of like direct consumer. So you're asking about what are some ways that they are differentiating using is that we're asking about. Yeah Yeah So. Essentially you had mentioned there were really looking to use the kind of data. They have their first party. Data later would have you to create that differentiation that that sort of what what you're seeing in the market. What's a brand like? Let's say a furniture company. Let's say mattress company or let's say jewelry company that's doing in and out okay. It's actually I think perhaps a better example is a company that sells sort of like online sort of like basics rights underwear t shirts. The things that got it turns out that people have very different sort of like replenishment cycles for those things right and used to be that you know marketing teams. It's SORTA like come up with a heuristic which is well people change socks every three months so you would run like a thing that you know. You'd run some sort of like some sort of like reality job. Bob Looks at purchasers from three months ago and you would send a reminder right Turns out with that. You know this optimal because people have very different sort of like replenish leninist cycles. And some of these brands were able to use predictive algorithm that figures out replenishment cycles on a per category and of consumer levels levels and then sort of like optimize for the replenishment cycle and be able to sort of communicate with them right when they are due for another purchase. So they're able to sort of like do that. In order to have really good outcomes but also you know some customers were able to use this in order to out whether a sort of like a subscribe incapability Purchase every three months ago Amazon has capability gap. That is worth building right. I'll just by doing implicit version of it. I got it so and now this kind of feels like ties a little bit into retention there. Obviously someone signed up to get you know x number of things that recorder or what have you to really be able to calibrate. What their needs are so they don't have too much or too little? Might be a great way to keep them paying for the service of the basics In this example that you were talking about you mentioned that retention as kind of one sort of important area focus because social media acquisition costs are only going up. I thought that was a really important trend that I'm glad that you brought that up. Are there any other such defining trends that are really helping to mould where people are trying to apply where people are trying to improve their marketing. You talked about these increasing costs in this retention emphasis. Are there any other big ones. That are kind of part of the dynamic of ECOMMERCE today. Yeah so I think so. I think another one of them is sort of like optimizing optimizing or like margin as well right so actually within ECOMMERCE companies there's a classic tension between merchandising teams and marketing teams right marketing teams traditionally have a calendar of the merchandising teams. Sometimes they need to inventory. They need to sort of like remerchandised things like moved them. Around from season to season and traditionally the way retail has done that is by sending an email with a forty percent discount right and it turns out that you can do a little bit better right you can do a little bit. added by thinking about which customers actually ice on which ones aren't on. And then you can also figure out how to actually replenish your own sort of like inventory and then how. Oh you know how to sort of like like how to drive sort of your marketing calendar in order to optimize that March right so in a way you know it's part personalization Asian but also part of it is optimization for retailers themselves in terms of moving in retort
The 'On Point' Iowa Caucus: Where Do Voters Stand?
"This is on point Magneto Birdie. We're doing something a little bit different this hour. Were experimenting with an on Point Mini Caucus. Because the Iowa caucuses or about three weeks away now and so we're kind of we've created this metaphorical room in our minds. Eye Radio version of a Iowa precinct. Here and seeing what Iowa voters think as they look towards basically casting their first votes In this presidential election season we started out the hour hearing from supporters of Senator Elizabeth Warren and Senator Bernie Sanders before the break. We I heard from two neighbors in Cedar Rapids Iowa. Who won who was all in for Mayor Pete Buddha Judge and another and Solomon who is still going to stand the corner for Cory Booker and wait to see who might convince her to move somewhere else and now? Let's talk about people tussling over Vice President Joe Biden. Here's the moment yesterday from the Democratic presidential debate in Des Moines. Where former vice president Biden really noted his broad support? He said that he has nationally so here he is look. I've been the object. She's affection now more than anybody else. I taken all the hits. He can deliver. And I'm getting better better in the polls my going up and by the way I have overwhelming support from the African American community overwhelming more than everybody else in this operation Vice President Joe the last night and when he said I've been the object of his affection now more than anybody else on the stage. The vice president was referring to President. Donald Trump. Let's go to Jane Who's calling from Fairfield Iowa Jane. You're on the air what who do you think you're going to be caucusing for thank you very much for your show My my husband and I have had The same issues as I think it was very league. Who wasn't sure who she was going to vote for In the caucuses who she was gonNA side with And Our experience was that there were a lot of good ideas out there that you know when we went to see each candidate we thought yeah. That's a good idea. Or that's a good idea. And that's a good idea and then about two weeks ago we went into See Joe Biden in Grinnell and we realized by you know listening to him being with him. Yeah that we were for sure going to call 'cause for him and The reasons I mean I know I have to be sync but One thing is that he can take the reins of the government immediately He doesn't he's completely capable. Oh and he's he's He's very cogent. His answers were extremely informative and comprehensive comprehensive. He's very competent and other reason is that he he wasn't ranking about anything he was. We felt much better or from being with him because we feel that the ideas presented by most of the candidates will find their way to policy in the united the states. But this is a man who is kind is only mentioned his generous of heart and he's very competent. So we I feel like he has the best chance of unifying that country anything else important. It's unify the country's right. Well Jane thank you so much for your call. Let's go to Robert. WHO's calling from Grinnell Iowa Robert? You're on the air. Hello yes we're we are definitely definitely caucusing for Bernie the last time around we caucus for burning. We knew eight at vowed. Second Amendment voter never voted re- democrat in his his life he caucus for Bernie. It was about healthcare Bernie is willing to make changes. People voted for trump. Because they wanted a change they. I didn't want things as they were. Which is what Hillary is not going to change anything? They wanted changes so they voted for trump. Because it was it it was a vote for either no change or vote for change and they voted for trump. That's why we've caucusing for Bernie Bernie is willing to change things. So that means that you definitely wouldn't caucus for senator. Sorry doing that. Vice President Joe Biden not definitely not Biden. Okay okay. We'll Robert. Thank you so much for your call now. Okay we've heard from various folks who have their mindsets on their on their candidates but it turns out that about right now in Iowa. Iowa seems as if undecided voters undecided. Iowans might be forming the biggest block of Iowa caucus goers. Let's talk to go back into our own point caucus caucus room and talk to to currently undecided Iowans. The Real Wenzel joins us from Waterloo Iowa. She's Laura's director of marketing for Ymca of black of county and is currently decided perhaps leaning towards Andrew Yang Laurel. Welcome to you. Hello it's great to have you and also also from Cedar Rapids Iowa. Tom Fuller joins us. Tom is a retired maintenance supervisor. For the city of Cedar rapids. Tom Is currently undecided. As well did did have his heart on senator or his mindset on Senator Kamala Harris before she dropped out of the race so Tom Welcome to you. Okay so Laura let me ask you first here here. Whoa what's keeping you undecided right now? What have you not found in any of the candidates that you feel like you can throw your full support behind a unifying presence? I think is what I don't see in any of the candidates especially last night on the debate stage age. I was really disappointed that there is nobody that was wanting to come by Ya with the rest of the candidates and be like. Let's do this together because is inevitably. That is what is GonNa Happen. Ray Inevitably we're GONNA have one candidate and it's going to be Democrat versus Republican. But I don't feel like anybody is on the same page on that stage and it's frustrating. Because I want a unified spirit within the party which is why I go to caucus because I go to caucus for the policies of the Party as well as the policies of the individual. Okay so tom you actually truly still undecided or you kinda trying to be leaning one way or the other well I'm still undecided. I am I to me. It seems like we have a a large field of very qualified qualified people and so That makes the decision harder because they're all good so what I'm considering going to is Someone that can immediately restore our credibility With the world We think we're the laughing stock now. And I think we need to regain our The Mantle of leadership and respect and get our credibility back back and a friend of mine who was a cory booker supporter. Very adamant he just the next day went to Joe Biden very strongly and so I've been looking at Ah Biden That would pretty much. I hope restore credibility with the world pretty much outta the gate and it seems to me that when you have this confusing Mass of people that having somebody with the roots being with Obama and all of his is years in the Senate That sort of a direct line with all these other candidates kind of warming around rounded doesn't let me if I may just let me just tip toeing here again Because Lorenzo did I hear you Kinda side it was very strong side regarding regarding Joe. Ab Thinking about Joe Biden. But you're it sounds like anybody but joe I mean I think that it's a fallacy to assume that his credibility outside of the United States is going to provide any sense of security when he's an office I think that unfortunately impeachment aside the The investigation that trump was going going for it has really broken thy confidence in Joe Biden. And that's something that we haven't really heard at least I haven't heard much about Out You can be darn that he's GonNa late into that on the debate stage if Biden becomes the nominee. And and. I'm concerned I'm concerned. It's going to be another Hillary Clinton where you know you supporter. You'll like her and then all of a sudden this thing comes out and it's like Oh okay so. Let's listen coin to unify unify the party. So let me ask both of you got a couple minutes left with the two of you and Tom. I'll start with you. Is there anything that you heard from your fellow Iowans this hour. That might convinced you one way or the other not yet the to women's that go to the same church or re really really Enlightening and I'm going to re listen to this and Listen carefully to what they had to say. Cedar Rapids Nothing you know. No no we pick for many yet. it's still not three weeks certainly very interesting points. They made I still think maybe I'm I'm leaning towards Biden Haydn The reason that trump went after him I feel like trump thinks that he's the strongest candidate and and that's why he attacked him. I'm hurry everybody thinks he's the strongest candidate. I mean you can see it on the debate stage last night. They wanted to give Elizabeth Warren the last word and then all of a sudden Biden was able to rebuttal before the commercial break. I mean everybody expects Joe Biden to win this nomination Shannon I I think that's the disappointing thing is that We we have all of our hopes and dreams and this guy that is just. She's tired he looks tired. He looks you know like like he has so much that he wants to give by. He physically is just not going to be able to do it. And I I understand. Stay on that So that's why I'm just like you know you are. You are a great idea and if you could just throw your support against another our candidate I feel like that would be best in the end but you know that's not GonNa Happen for alcock Laurel. Did you hear anything this hour. That might have helped clarify in the direction. You're going to go in a couple of weeks. You know I did I. Did you know I've been. I've been fighting with my interest in Elizabeth Warren. Because I remember when I first saw her on the daily show with John Stewart and she reminded minded me of my history professor. Because that's what she wants and I have been fighting with that instinct to feel you know cast down in by her in a sense like she knows everything but at the same time I do feel like she has the best candidate on that stage and that her policies are really about the people they impact. They will impact me and my family with my son who needs long-term long term care Because he's disabled I just I'm ready for a woman. I'm ready for that feminine touch so I really if you like between the debate last night and what I heard today Elizabeth Warren seems like the best win and if I might interject I thought thought we'd be passed having I've having to think about either having a man or woman and that we would just be at the place where or we would pick. The best person is really. We've never we have that. We're not that far down the road yet. We shouldn't gender shouldn't matter it should just be the best person and it's I'm I'm pretty disappointed that we haven't gone on that far yet. Well Tom Fuller from Cedar Rapids Iowa. Tom Thank you so much for joining us in our little mini any caucus here really appreciate supporter and definitely go back. And listen on radio DOT ORG. That's where you're gonNA find it okay. Let us know what you think about. What an libby had to say and and Laura Wenzel from Waterloo Iowa? Thank you so much for joining us in our little mini caucus room here seeing you. It was a great opportunity and I hope that everybody everybody that's the thing goes out and caucus on February third. Yeah same here definitely and everybody should always participate in the electoral process as much as they possibly awesome. Cancel Laura thank you again okay. So that that was worthy more fascinating hours that I've had a chance to listen to so let me turn back to our on point news analyst Jack Beatty the Marvelous Jack Beatty. Who's been listening in from Hanover? New Hampshire Jack. We've got about two and a half minutes left here. What did you hear well? Well I heard voters who were just not only interested but intensely interested and and and and Laurel we actually. We heard an informed. Cy I mean even her. Cy was informative. We knew what she meant. And and it you know the one of the knocks on the caucus focus is undemocratic he to the no secret ballot. You've got to stand at a at a at a place for polling placer church basement for hours you've got to do it in public but on the other hand that encourages people to talk in public and look how these people talked to each each other. Not Past each other met. The arguments met the objections. Saw The merit In the other person's point of view it seems to me it modeled old Iowa's citizenship at its best. I I would agree right. I mean hearing hearing and in Libby and Lorella Lorella and Tom and and Barney and Mike all engage with each other was really inspirational. But as you said the actual caucus itself I mean I read someone described it a sort of like. It's almost a student council student president election because it can be so wild but to your original. Appoint though Jack was made at the beginning of the hour we've got about thirty seconds left here. Is there anything that you heard in these voters. That changes your your concern that you know. The Iowans wins. Don't really pick winners. Well their concern to pick a winner and that may matter as much as anything I mean. I didn't hear here purity. I didn't hear someone saying well. My commitment is to this candidates ideas above everything. Everyone seemed to hedge. I want onto winner. Maybe they'll pick one right. That definitely came through loud and clear with with all of our Iowa state but the reasons why they think their candidates might be a winner. We're quite different from one another which was absolutely fascinating so Jack Beatty Point News analyst with us from Hanover. New Hampshire the New Hampshire primary hot on the heels of the Iowa Caucus. Jack ackward diving all in now. Thank you so much for joining us today.
The Effective Hiring Manager: Reducing Interviewee Stress
"Part one we talked about. Why interviewing stresses ineffective we shared our data about False positives and false negatives. And if you're false positives and false negative increase on no candidate pool then by definition your true positives and true negatives down and that's not good in interviewing takes time and it's expensive. So what can we do throughout the process to reduce stress. That's that's unnecessary. And is misleading. In terms of the outcomes we get from the process right and that's a key point from from last week right that that there is a natural stress. But the n natural stress that interviewers tend to use these days great stress that is not indicative of of whether the person's going to be a good candidate or not or whether they'll work effectively in normal stress that occurs in the workplace. Yeah I've we've said this many many times. Most People's preparation to be interviewer is being an interviewee. And yet vaguely like the Stanford prison experiment. Hey if you have a chance to be in power what are you GONNA do. You're gonNA take advantage of that power and you're GONNA say woo. I felt stress. So let's put some stress on these candidates without knowing knowing without studying without being aware that it doesn't help there's enough stress on the candidates we don't we don't need to make it worse. I got just because we're not east. We're good people and we're GONNA have to sit next to these people for perhaps years but because it's ineffective as as we've said that's the key. Yeah Yeah So. Let's talk about the stressors that could happen. And things you can do to reduce stressors both before you interview when you interview and after you interview. Look if a candidate knows his or her resume is being looked at notify by them if you've decided not to include them in the next step in the process which usually would be after it resumes screen a phone screen now for many of your weight. I've never done that. That's because in the majority of cases the people candidates interviewees don't know their resume is on the pile to be considered on the other hand if it's a referral if it's an internal candidate If it's Somebody who does know their resumes in the pile but they don't get a phone screen and therefore they don't know the phone screens were happening so therefore they don't know they're not in it. You owe them a phone call or an email if you have a good relationship with him you gotta call them or you gotta do it face to face. You don't have. I have to tell more. I said that before other than perhaps other candidates appear to be more qualified so you you can do that by email. If it's an internal candidate you you need to at least know. Roughly maybe ask around What your organization's Notification or internal talent market process recommendations. Are you know gosh if again if they know the person look if you know the person I don't care what. The company's internal talent market steps are if you've decided not to take him to interview. You GotTa have a phone call or you've got to have a face to face. Relationships matter is not going away right. It's jobs change people change inch. You may run into these people at Hallway at a party. They may become your boss some day. That's awkward having come on smile at people on your way up because you're going to see them on your way back down. Treat others the way you would wanna be treated if a buddy of yours had your resume. Somme on a pile out of ten in the. She decided that she was going to go forward with three. And you weren't in that three. What do you expect them her phone call? Hey look mark. I'm really sorry looked resume. It's excellent and we've got three that are super excellent and we're gonNA start with them. I'm not saying you're out. I I think though if we could hire one of these three people we probably will Love your man but hey I didn't work out this time now. I got to tell you the person who response to that was some snark They're the one doing damage the relationship not not the hiring manager. WHO's choosing choosing not to move forward with a buddy if you have a relationship with someone generally speaking particularly if you're outside the company all you owe them is introduction? You don't owe them and interview you their resume in front of the right person with a recommendation. That's it if your buddy who's hiring it doesn't like your other buddy. You acquitted yourself of your responsibility. Now look there are people who would say well. Gosh I guess you didn't have as much much power. That logic gets us to the point that only people who can touch someone in the head and say you're fired should consider any sort of referrals referrals. But the process for getting hired is a series of increasingly higher hurdles. And if you can get one of your friends over one of the first hurdles why wouldn't you take advantage of that. The problem is when people don't get what they want. They get a little bit frustrated and they say well gee you know. Why did I get an interview? Why didn't I get the next step zone? And they're just showing their nei- advocacy their lack of knowledge of the process. If you're going to refer someone I know we're the law script here guys bear with me. I mean you don't have an obligation to get them an interview. You don't have an obligation to get them higher. You have an obligation to get the resume in front whatever decision maker and make recommendations. I said So if you are on the receiving end of that if you're the hiring manager and someone in who who is known to you is in your pile. Yeah you've got to be aware of the relationship and go the extra mile or not talking talking euphemisms you can't send them attacks. You can't send them an email you have to call them and say look. I'm sorry you didn't make the next cut. We hope that that person is his smart and professional in values relationships and does the right thing and the right thing is to say. Thank you so much for the initial for considering me you know I I appreciate David and I need to write a thank you to the person who was in between us that that got me in front of you and if there's something else that comes up I'd love to be considered But but you know what really really classy of you to give me a call. I really appreciate it so you in on a high note not ana well. Why didn't I by the way I'll mention this a couple couple more times during this cast but we have a podcast? I Credit Wendy four that I love called. You did not demonstrate which is the right phrasing for how to tell something someone that they didn't get considered why they didn't get if you're willing to give feedback back to somebody about an interview outside of the fact that they were really horrible and and there were egregious things done or said our guidance Haydn's in the podcast. You did not demonstrate. Is the right approach. Okay continuing on notify candidates yourself if you're the hiring manager once you decide to conduct a phone screen don't rely on. HR setting up a phone screen for you if they conducted the resume. Scream we found. Historically and interviewing is is height engine series he's of logistical events three-party scheduling efforts were. HR tells the candidate call mark or call Mike at this time or whatever. They're just much more likely to be logistically. Problematic so. Hr New decide let's say HR's involved and there are our cast for that as well guys. A lot of these casts are built around or designed to complement our new book the effective hiring manager under which came out in two thousand nineteen but this is an extension of that obviously the title the missing chapters. I could have written another hundred pages for the book But I just I just thought boy I didn't want to write a textbook okay. So don't overreact. To a candidate candidate who calls or emails before phone screen to request a change to the schedule. It happens guy now. I'm not saying you can't react. I'm not saying you can't say That's a bit of a surprise. I bet he wouldn't do that if I were his top opportunity on the other hand if somebody's pregnant if a spouse is pregnant if a kid gets hurt. There are legitimate reasons a last-minute email it is not appropriate and it's not an overreaction and say okay this person's not interested a candidate who reschedules three times the better be being shot at or had better appear exceptional and. I don't think I actually would tolerate three
Musical Fantasies for Kids
"Welcome to classics for kids. I'm Naomi Lewin. You probably know that a fantasy is something you make up out of your imagination. The music a fantasies started out the same way a piece that Musicians Shinzo made up as they went along these days. improvising composing as you. Play is mostly done by jazz musicians. But in the renaissance. When when the name fantasy or Fantasia I got attached to compositions classical performers were encouraged to go with whatever inspiration came to them? It was almost almost considered cheating to write down a fantasy A hand Sebastian bath originally only called that piece of Fanta Z German for fantasy but then he changed the title to invention same thing in England. They often shortened fantasy fantasy too fancy in Spain or Italy they called it a Fanta Zia and in French Pontes E. Sometimes a fantasy became the beginning of a whole sweet in the nineteenth century. Instead of making up the melodies themselves composers posers started to build fantasies out of pre existing tunes. Max Bruch used folk tunes. He picked up on a trip to the British isles in his Scottish fantasy in. Uh Pablo this. Sarah Saute a Spanish violinist based a fantasy for his instrument on themes from George visas opera. Carmen which is set in Spain in another Spanish fantasy by Joaquin Rodrigo uses old dance melodies in a new arrangement for guitar and Orchestra the fantasy up at one. Hindi Hinchey lingerie or fantasia for gentlemen French composer Marceta grown Shawnee took a bit of melody from a Haydn Symphony and wrote a fantasy for harp the granddaddy of all fantasies is one by Beethoven who love up to break musical rules. It used to be that fantasies were just for instruments. Beethoven started out this fantasy with the piano But he wound up having an orchestra and chorus join in in her in spite of the fact that the pianist does most of the work. That's known as Beethoven's Choral Roll Fantasy Rape Wban. Williams named several of his pieces fantasy or Fantasia but even though the fantasia on green sleeves opens opens with a fanciful. Little flew click. The piece actually follows a musical form. A BE A. There's a melody the a tune. A second melody tabled be and then the first eight melody again. The a tune is the folk song. Green Sleeves uh the B section in the middle is based on another folk song. Lovely Lovely Joan. After that the Kyun returns more green sleeves ray-ban Williams lived during a great period for English composers
Ari Melber: How Did We Get Here? Because of ‘Weaponized’ Propaganda from John Solomon
"Donald don't trump sufficiently closer to impeachment ever on the eve of these first public hearings which will probe into the scandal that has paralyzed his presidency for now and we turn to our special report report beginning with a question. How did we get here? The answer begins with a country that was rarely in the news. And when the first reports of the whistle blower emerged in the Washington Post long long before we ever saw that complaint we were all waiting and wondering and trying to figure out. What does this have to do with Ukraine by by far the biggest news of the day? Which is this whistle blows store whistle blower story which is now going officially nuts? Shane Harris in the Washington. Post tonight is reporting that the whistleblower complaint has something to do with Ukraine something to do with Ukraine but what would be scandalous about Ukraine policy. Most people had not heard enough about trump's policies towards that country to even guess at the time and if you were learning about this story from the Washington Post The Times or or most national news in September when Rachel was reporting that out it was all new. Yeah but if you happen to read conservative articles in the opinion section of the hill back in March you'd see the seeds of this Trumpian conspiracy theory. Here's a headline quoting. A foreign officials unsupported allegation that the Obama Administration demanded Ukraine simply. Avoid prosecuting certain people a pretty silly article. Here's another from April in the same basic format a single Ukrainian source claiming the. US didn't want evidence on Democrats. Now you can see where this is going again. This was back in April before any of this blew up but around that same time. Here is the Cherry on top of this conspiracy theory Sunday quote Joe Biden Haydn's twenty twenty Ukrainian nightmare a closed probe is revived the second part of that clause. This was back in April is just not nothing yet. Close pros close pro revived hadn't happened now. America at that time in April was waiting for the release of the Miller report. It was three weeks away. There's a lot of other news but this writer over the hill was speculating about this fight and nightmare that virtually no one was losing sleep book. This is important. What's going to happen tomorrow? Because at that time there'd be no way to distinguish distinguish this from thousand other headlines for websites outlets varying credibility but those three articles. I mentioned they all have something crucial in common. They're all oh by John. Solomon a conservative writer. who used to be at the right wing Washington Times and also is an analyst at Fox News and has links to top conservative operatives Columbia Journalism Review is referred to him has been basically a history of bending the truth and distorting facts? You should know that up front if you haven't heard much about Solomon well you may be about to hear a lot more about him in the impeachment hearings Mr Solomon and president trump also the same taste in lawyers Solomon hired Joe Digenova a lawyer that trump tried to hire and like some other politically aggressive lawyers that donald trump favors these days. Agenda Does more than litigate he pushes political agendas. Agenda's goes on Fox News and that's where he dramatically previewed his disturbing material that would come from his now climate. Solomon this was back in March. There are some very disturbing details about it. There are about to come out and reporting by John Solomon and I think once those details come out. I think there's he's going to have to be a full-fledged criminal investigation wow full-fledged sounds like he has the inside scoop on what his own client is writing. That Fox News segment was touting the piece I just mentioned that Oh so understated headline which reads Info Wars Fan fiction. The one about the Ukrainian any a nightmare and the reviving of Appro. Step one. Have your lawyer hype the piece on Handy. Like they're some independent interest in it step to well obviously go on Hannity. The yourself here was John Solomon citing his mysterious Ukrainian sources for then obscure story now the story behind the story a full report investigative reporter the hills. John Solomon is with us. There's a pattern here of hundred Biden being in the countries where the vice president has a foreign policy portfolio folio and somehow mocking awesome. Nice paydays. And they're telling me tonight Sean that they've been trying to get this information to the US Justice Department for more than six months well if there was a US government conspiracy by the Justice Department or State Department. That would sound bad right but of course that lasts six months that would implicate the trump administration degenerate and hannity support trump. Obviously the other thing here is that the top people involve all say what you just heard from Solomon is false. In fact Solomon's angle has been backfiring in two ways one as political propaganda mission to help trump. This has of course now brought trump closer to impeachment than ever to as a conspiracy theory that Ukraine allegation got really big too big and it blew up in Solomon's face sparking investigation that has now publicly shredded. His claims aims you original whistleblower. Complaint says in March Twenty nine thousand nine hundred of these series of articles in the hill quoting several Ukrainian officials and those allegations citing Solomon's work and that's part of what trump in so much hot water. Then there's the trump officials and diplomats who fact check Solomon again. I WANNA be clear. We only know about this because it backfired it because of the pro but now I can tell you. Three different officials who served in the trump administration say when it came to Solomon's Ukraine writing all the key elements were false. I former army officer vitamin another saying Solomon pedals baseless conspiracy theories and other diplomat. George Kent will hear from publicly tomorrow was blasting testing Solomon's fabrications as utter nonsense but that's not just a big rebuttal. Let's testimony from people speaking under oath under the threat of perjury. Legally that obviously carries more weight potentially more legal peril than what you say Sean Hannity Segment.
"haydn" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"WBZ news time one o'clock at sixty eight degrees. Cloudy in Boston headed up to seventy seven near the coast, eighty one in some western suburbs. And we're expecting a lot of ramping Florence early part of next week, traffic and weather together coming up. I'm WBZ news. Our top story at this hour. WBZ News Radio. By a shark. Stories around the scene at nukem hollow beach where they say one person was bitten by a shark. No word on the severity of the injuries the last shark attack in Massachusetts was this past August. When a New York man was bitten in the leg at a beach in Truro, keep it tuned to WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty for the latest on this story and catch us to on the free iheart radio app. The FAA NTSB are investigating the crash of what police call a light plane in Woburn and went down around eleven o'clock this morning and a wooded area of Woburn. Four miles from handsome field in Bedford the plane crash near the home of Haydn Beyeler, and he spoke with WBZ NewsRadio. So I was just inside making coffee. I got up work at seven in the morning. So waking up and all of a sudden I heard that sound of an engine splutter. And then I heard the ranch sounded a plane makes when it's going down and a very very loud crash. So at that point I went outside and I saw the scope column rising from behind my house and blue burn. That's when I grabbed my eight bag. I have a eight back when I was in the army, and I ran back to the scene. The FAA says the plane is a Columbia L C forty one no word on the number of people aboard or any injuries at this point. Significant progress is being reported this afternoon in the aftermath of the Merrimack valley gas. Fires officials in Andover. Say the all clear has been given for forty streets. That's more than half the streets evacuated meaning people living in those areas can return home still these people are being advised. They may not have gas service for some time. More than one hundred teams of technicians. Police officers and firefighters are working in Andover in all roughly seventeen thousand people affected by the gas. Fires and explosions in Andover north Andover. And south Lawrence are still without power. Well, people from all over our pitching in in the Merrimack valley, even those who thought their work was done WBZ's. Karyn regal has that part of the story. Allegedly retired. Yes, I am. But you went to work David Riley is sixty eight retired from the Lawrence fire department. He's had three heart attacks two strokes and uses a cane for his hip. He was visiting his daughter in Lawrence when the fire started. And he went into the burning building next door to make sure people were safe, then he came out and was called into service again, then truck showed up and they want to put their three men in the building to knock down the fire captain of the track. Fair asked me run a pump. And I did I mean, I don't forget it's like riding a bike. That's real physical work. But Riley says he hasn't had this much in five years in Lawrence. Karyn regal WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty walls of water. That's how the governor of North.
"haydn" Discussed on WRKO AM680
"That call you know what i'm gonna do i want to replay that famous cut okay and so i'm going to replay that famous cut and then you tell me if you think mccain mc maniac is right to disinvite the president of the united states six one seven two six six sixty eight sixty eight news break then after the news break will definitely take your calls president trump is going after john kerry over the iran deal and his socalled shadow diplomacy evan haydn riches in the w r k o newsroom with all of those details i evan what did the president say jeff the president took to twitter today to slam the former secretary of state as carrie is reportedly been working behind the scenes to save the iran deal as the president said on twitter that the deal was very badly negotiated by kerry and also said the the iran accord created a big mess meantime president trump is defending his nominee to lead the cia after reports she was considering dropping out since the president announced gina hospital as the nominee she's been criticized for a role in hand interrogation techniques after the nine eleven attacks but the president tweeted today that hassles come under fire because she was too tough on terrorists let's check the roads now guard it's a busy but moving ride on both sides of the expressway between the o'neill tunnel and the braintree split the lower deck is good as well the connector ramps are running okay no big delays on storrow drive in and out of leverett circle the pike looking good from the pru tunnel.
"haydn" Discussed on Yes, Girl!
"Literally that's what happened no right no he's right right like no although there was a blatant racism they're like oh only like big girls thing gospel so we can't have you saying this gospel song and only skinny girls models so you can't be in this modeling team you have to be on i was like wait a minute now but what i appreciate about them is that was overt wouldn't none of this hiding you know what i mean to the family and sorry haydn pre trump america you know now because he pulled as she'd all the way off dinning who was a racist he's like i'm raised this than you can be to let me stop these are back so i figured all that out come to is that i am supposed to help women i am supposed to keep them healthy i'm supposed to do it any different way not by having a medical degree or being a doctor but by entertaining because laughter his medicine and with my you know with my knowledge which is i think the next chapter of my of my career is incorporating a lot of speaking like speaking to women you know i've been doing that a lot lately and it's been feeding both me and them which is beautiful and i figure that's mental health emotional also loosely because we're sustaining each other people need to be able to talk people need to be able to say the things that are on their mind and also process things and that's how you process and so for me it's like when people do stand up people have asked me why never do standup here's why.
"haydn" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"So of course it was definitely a big a big hot spot to to really travel to and and really got some good good evidence out of there and all the times that i've gone i got a picture of what appear to be a child's face in the window that we had got we had a lot of things that had moved in the in the house meet us had gone off we were setting up cameras and upstairs room where the the children were killed in the kids room and we had a ball shoot out from under the bed and like someone had thrown it and really kinda startled us i thought someone was like under the bed you know haydn's and you know later that night one of my colleagues was was sleeping on the floor and he had actually turned on his side which would put him facing under the bed and you said a little girl came out of the darkness towards him and he just screamed you know i heard him from downstairs 'cause i was sleeping in the guest bedroom downstairs and i just shook the whole house 'cause he jumped and it really frightened him you know but one thing about the bliscoll house for me personally and this is just me that was one of the places i had kind of bizarre affect on me i had you know there were times when i'd wake up in in different areas of the house like sleepwalking you know and i'm not a big walker you know i sleep pretty good but something was almost like communicating with me when i was asleep and a couple of people that were they were kind of worried that i could have been semi possessed you know maybe going out to get the axe or something but lada strange phenomenon in the house had an ironing board fly off the wall towards one of mine vesta gators got the video was like aimed to hurt the guy actually was her.
"haydn" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"A big hot spot to to really travel to and and really got some good good evidence out of there and all the times that i've gone i got a picture of what appear to be a child's face in the window that we had got we had a lot of things that had moved in the in the house meet us had gone off we were setting up cameras and upstairs room where the the children were killed in the kids room and we had a ball shoot out from under the bed and like someone had thrown it and really kinda startled us i thought someone was like under the bed you know haydn's and you know later that night one of my colleagues was was sleeping on the floor and he actually turned on his side which would put him facing under the bed and you said a little girl came out of the darkness towards him and he just screened you know i heard him from downstairs 'cause i was sleeping and the and the guest bedroom downstairs and just shook the whole house 'cause he jumped and it it really frightened him you know but one thing about the va liska house for me personally and this is just me that was one of the places i had kind of a bizarre affect on me i had you know there were times when i'd wake up in in different areas of the house like sleepwalking you know and i'm not a big walker you know i sleep pretty good but something was almost like communicating with me when i was asleep and a couple of people that were they were kinda worried that i could have been semi possessed you know maybe going out to get the access something but colada strange phenomenon in the house had an ironing board fly off the wall towards one of my investigators.
"haydn" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"So of course it was definitely a big a big hot spot to to really travel to and and really got some good good evidence out of there and all the times that i've gone i got a picture of what appear to be child's facing the window that we had gotten to yet had a lot of things that had moved in in the house meet us had gone off we were setting up cameras up upstairs room where the the children were killed in the kids room and we had a ball shoot out from under the bed and like someone had thrown it and really startling i thought someone was like under the bed you know haydn's and you know later that night one of my colleagues was was sleeping on the floor and he actually turned on his side which would put him facing under the bed and you said a little girl came out of the darkness toward him and he just screened you know i heard him from downstairs 'cause i was sleeping in the guest bedroom downstairs and i just shook the whole house 'cause he jumped and it really frightening you know but one thing about the validity of house for me personally and this is just me that was one of the places i had kind of a bizarre affect on me i had you know there were times when you know i'd wake up in in different areas of the house like sleepwalking you know and i'm not a big walker you know i i sleep pretty good but something was almost like communicating with me when i was asleep and a couple of people that were they were kinda worried that i could have been semi possessed you know maybe going out to get the access something but colada strange phenomenon and the house had an ironing board fly off the wall towards one of my investigators got the video like aim to hurt the guy actually was her.
"haydn" Discussed on 710 WOR
"All at one time all at one time the children were killed in the kids room and we had a ball shoot out from under the bed and like someone had thrown it and really kinda startled us i thought someone was like under the bed you know haydn's and you know later that night one of my colleagues was was sleeping on the floor and he actually turned on his side which would put him facing under the bed and you said a little girl came out of the darkness towards him and he just screened you know i heard him from downstairs 'cause i was sleeping and the and the guest bedroom downstairs and just shut the whole house 'cause he jumped and it really frightened him you know but one thing about the bliscoll house for me personally and this is just me that was one of the places i had kind of a bizarre affect on me i had you know there were times when i'd wake up in in different areas of the house like sleepwalking you know and i'm not a big walker you know i sleep pretty good but something was almost like communicating with me when i was a sleep and a couple of people that were they were kinda worried that i could have been semi possessed you know maybe going out to get the access something but colada strange phenomenon in the house had an ironing board fly off the wall towards one of my investigators.
"haydn" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Charles were listening as you know to a piece of music by franz joseph haydn and there's actually a story about trust that you've talked about beat behind this piece essentially haydn's spent most of his career in the permanent employment of the prince could jose now this prince particularly like spending time in the country palace and where he when all is caught when his retinue and of course the orchestra and haydn as chief however one day in the seventeen seventies this prince decided for whatever reason that he didn't want the orchestral musicians families living in the court anymore you can imagine the musicians who are desolate but the prints on this occasion was implacable non pending so hard misogyny way to prick his conscience and to melt his heart was to write a piece of music for symphony called the farewell symphony in the last section it's written into the score the bit by bit musicians finish that part blah that candle i woke out so the music literally slowly withers and dies and it's a beautiful mess for really isn't that where there is no trust the music with away but when there is trust there is music and it continue forever and happily this piece of music did indeed so factor prince the immediately reversed his you wonder as a conductor you know exactly how you want something to sound right i mean it must be tempting to want to be a dictator sometimes like predecessor housi gosh of course you could is a conduct micromanage you could drill beach every member the orchestra into every tiny on just controlling directing making the decisions for them but if you did that you might get something that was very precise very accurate but it wouldn't have any life because it wouldn't actually be truthful for any of those musicians you know i mean the most brilliant manager is the manager who somehow manages to unlock ideas and others rather than impose his or her and if i can get a question rights as a conductor it's the most extraordinarily magical spiritual life affirming experience you could possibly have that's hazelwood he also conducts something called the para orchestra it's the world's first professional ensemble for disabled musicians you can learn more about it at para orchestra dot com.
"haydn" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Charles were listening as you know to a piece of music by franz joseph haydn and this actually a story about trust that you've talked about beat behind this piece essentially heightened spent most of his career in the permanent employment of the prince could sa this prince particularly spending time in the country palace where he went all is caught when his retinue and of course the orchestra and haydn as its chief however one day in the seventeen seventies this prince decided for whatever reason that he didn't want the orchestral musicians families living in the court anymore you can imagine the musicians were desolate but the prints on this occasion was implacable number ending so undecided the way to prick his conscience in to melt his heart was to write a piece of music for symphony called the farewell symphony and in the last section it's written into the score that bit by bit musicians finish that paul blah that candle i'm walkout so the knees it literally slowly withers and dies and it's a beautiful full really isn't it that way there is no trust the music with his away but where there is trust there is music can it continue forever and happily this piece of music did indeed so the prince the immediately reversed the decision i wonder as a conductor me know exactly how you want something to sound right i mean it must be tempting to want to be a dictator sometimes like predecessor housi gosh of course you could as a conductor micromanage you could drill each and every member the orchestra into every tiny nuance just controlling directing making the decisions for them but if you did that you might get something that was very precise very accurate but it wouldn't have any life because it wouldn't actually be truthful for any of those musicians i mean the most brilliant manager is the manager who somehow manages to unlock ideas and others rather than impose his or her oh if i can equation rights as a conductor it's the most extraordinary magical spiritual life affirming experience you could possibly have it's charles hazlewood he also conducts something called the pera orchestra it's the world's first professional on sombor for disabled musicians you can learn more about it at para orchestra dot com.
"haydn" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Is to read the book today they have the two old there's two today ninety in or twenty won't they liked it this heated life in perspective but while the youngest 115 she thinks haydn's is a total waste eu recount memorable moments of silence in your life we've talked about being in in about a the actor sailed to cape horn you walk to the south pole the first person to do that alone yes uh you were right here in new york city are there certain ones at stand out more than others it had are there different silence is better silences yup i think in a walk into solve pull alone was you know stunned solve pickles a avas by myself on was really kind of getting to know myself better but i liked chief stephen i did through new york city was fantastic undertaking to see note to go into this manmade wilderness very google earth hasn't the in and see what to sit would look like if it turned it up too dumb eddie you think thinks about new york city that i might not because i've never crawl through the sewers yeah i hope so let this little bit this well you've been described as an explorer and adventurer is that does that qualify you as in edward adventure in a of in the colour the next to the dish nor a huge undertaking till noon expedition it boss do you have another expedition in mind is there is some extra plenty to do said not just now now i'm ma let ruttan little book on walking because i think that's quite similar to silence unassembled comps on pretty much open and of course is always the book tour accession my great thanks you for being on our show erling kagiya his latest book silence in the age of noise published in this country by pantheon spent a pleasure having on our show thank you and hurling collier will be speaking tonight it's seven pm as as part of the new museums visionary series that's it 235 barry had park place and on thursday november 30th at seven pm he will be at the scandinavia house sets at fifty eight park avenue between he 37th and 38 street he'll be in conversation with academy awardwinning actor timothy hutton coming up next luke o'brien on the making of an american nazi his recent peace.
"haydn" Discussed on WJR 760
"People so they had an auction which is is is how a lot of these football things are done a draft and oxygen drive you know who's going to pay for this player right right so it's like a simulated draft they're like twelve or thirteen seats where you can totals were people who worked at espn and they put them in we're like launch here's the option to europe at the front end they had pitchers athletes dared you look football camp pitches athletes though they've put the future of global deal beckham right of off the go down by fifteen dollars that these days it's very very volatile on 34 shutting down 34 shinytopped nickname of a guy now seve firms were well i as the students danielle say but get what happened was people noticed that the fifteen or so people sitting in the seats there were all white or mostly lou williams marvin been one haydn's but it will you couldn't see below through you see the front to role way yeah so i guess from the point on people got upset yeah well shillo king who fire things racism when he blinked his eyes he so he tweets out theory s n apologize now for doing a sketch where you auction the black man off to the highest bidder any s p n apologize the immediately kitty mary understand the optics could be portrayed as offensive in we apologize i he made himself even personally tweeted back the shown um and said that now objects understand your optics where he didn't do be full apology in with the immediately responded media immediately responded they are on sets pins and needles about offending any body right a so so a photograph albon auction which of the real piracy in a fantasy that off peres though you're not you're not you you don't play blocks so therefore i guess it's okay to auction a white guy off yeah or latino guy player off but they there's something wrong with i mean look i'm not gonna like full on a sword four because if the whole thing is silly i think fantasy football and all that stuff seoul overrated and so overdone but you have to be so on pins and needles.