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"luis bunuel" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

15:22 min | 6 months ago

"luis bunuel" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And Republicans view the government's role in responding to covert nineteen we went from a very early on the crisis of let's do everything we can together to go to fix this thing too now reverting back to our dugouts and we run out of bipartisan goodwill next time on politics with Amy Walter tomorrow at noon on ninety three point nine FM W. NYC this is W. NYC ninety three point nine FM and HD New York this music comes from the English composer Thomas ad S. spelled H. E. D. E. S. when he first began unveiling his music in the nineteen nineties the music press was quick to anoint him as the next big thing the next great composer to come from Europe well the intervening years have kind of proven them right Addis has made a name for himself in this country for his three operas the the Laurieton provocative powder her face is poetic take on Shakespeare's the Tempest and then finally the exterminating angel based on an early sixties film by the Spanish surrealist filmmaker we spoon well she's written concert works as well and one of the best received in most popular pieces he's written is this war called Polaris voyages for orchestra will start this edition of new sounds with let's say the first of the voyages in this piece and then we'll get a chance to speak with Thomas Addis about composing about operas in about the exterminating angel in particular I'm John Schaefer glad you joined us for tonight's edition of new sounds here's Alan Gilbert in the New York Philharmonic with some of Polaris voyages for orchestra by Thomas Addis that's the opening portion of Polaris subtitled voyages for orchestra by the English composer Thomas ad S. who as you can tell even from just that brief excerpt is someone who knows his way around the orchestra most of his scores are wildly colorful pieces and that includes his operas and speaking of voyages his third opera the exterminating angel is kind of a voyage to know where after a night at the opera Hey rich couple host a very classy dinner party in their home and as the night goes on it appears that no one can leave the threshold is open there's nothing stopping them and yet no one can leave the room this was the topic of Luis bunuel's nineteen sixty one film and it is the topic of the Thomas ad S. opera and Tom joins me here in our new sound studio it's good to see you again today so exterminating angel is your third opera and each of the three beginning with powder her face than Shakespeare's the Tempest now this has been a very candid different experience at least for us the audience has it been like that for you is the composer as well well actually in some ways note because I realize that what on the surface see very different subjects to me almost the same subject have a lot in common really a lot the the journey of acres trees actually quite close in for example in the Tempest to the one they gave her in the exterminating angel so so the idea of being stuck in a place whether it's an island or this high class living room well either way they're set that Marie right I said correct there's no prosperity it but if you like the exterminating angel this non existent or is it being that keeps them in the is this the Prospera now did you realize that when you set out on this project or is this kind of in retrospect it you realize these connections I suppose like yes I think the more I think about it a minute system I didn't I didn't really notice but I did I was aware that my attraction to this subject with a similar kind of impulse that led me to the Tempest naturally I'm I wanted to set the exterminating angel back this far as and in nineteen ninety nine all two thousand and in fact I think we started working on the libretto at that point and then there was a copyright issue which actually turned out to be nonexistent lives rather like the the the the subject of the upper itself as a non a non existent obstacle and paired with fresh start and by this point I had to find a subject so I I kind of fell on the Tempest and and came back to this section good six or seven years later well there is I haven't seen the film so I'm not sure how much of you know they operate is taken from burned well and how much is the the decisions that you in in Tom Karen's maid but the opera literally begins twice you yes it is it's a thrilling thing in the filaments and he he is the guests arrive at this very beautiful house for the party of the opera they coming through the front door to this beautiful huge hole way with the hottest said and then you see these maids or servants who are trying to escape and then he it cuts back outside the maid suddenly stopped by noise is the front door opening again and all of the guests arriving for a second time through the same door that is coming through and I've been rolled out to uses another takes its vary slightly different it's just that the angles are slightly different and it's a it's a very strange feeling you'll be saying hang on haven't we seen this and what what change again now as I did the other day it's very very exciting because you want to kind of say to everyone in the room the right size it means that it's all supernatural something strange is going on so and in the in the opera this is exactly what happens and the music is on the surface of very close repeat but it's actually not everything is slightly different I'm one very clear differences but the second time through it's a big theme and okay the host and hostess introduced them all by name and everyone sings and sound to it over and over again as close as two meetings in this case the second time they're joined by a further work is carried in the in the form of the own Montemayor who is in some ways the freckles vocalization of the angel well I I did want to ask you specifically about that instrument the orchestra in the exterminating angel is full of unusual colors none of the more prominently use than this instrument the old Martin L. invented by the Frenchman Maurice Martineau in the late twenties I think she was one of the earliest electronic instruments yes it is you have almost ninety years of electronic music instruments to choose from and then went to this I do yes watery because in some ways it's it's classical violin now and in fact it even operates rather like a conventional musical instruments it's but it's a very sensitive instrument I mean just as sensitive as as as a child it has to be played with greats cat and precision and it's certainly not just a question of pressing a button play and enter or whatever and I thought if I'm but it has this very the fact that it sounds like a human voice will say looks like a violin but it isn't gives its airy quality like one of those like a non droid or something is it says securely powerful sense of spookiness about it well tellingly Maurice Martineau when he invented the instrument did not think he was inventing a new kind of instrument he thought he was inventing a new section of the orchestra writes what he he was a journalist I believe approaches that gives it the it's really it's was an extension of the theremin it was that it's the son of the theremin as it were right directly but you can I think it's easier to play with more precision than Mr minute five farm right actual carbon plaza district but Sir Sir it's the unknown there's also a link I I'm saying as a supernatural quality to it it's all fair it's like a it there's a link to the kind of use that you hunt in the nineteenth century of cement the glass among the coaches was it went on a trip to Europe and Richard Lamm originally the magazine was going to be accompanied by loss of Monica on the music was too difficult it turned out so he just said well let's have it on the fleet instead which is how we now used to hearing it but I I see I'd sort of forgotten this fact was right it just disappeared and the thing is that the the the in the story the offer they will just be to see is it's a dilemma right on the the woman who is the high soprano has just sung that Nancy is in play Sir the something quite appropriate about trade me on Monson it back you know so it is it is all they will not I mean that's the other question to us is a day on that but they they kind of odd because they have some condition or the Congress through the door at and it seems like the old marginal at times is commenting on the the lines that are being sung so for example early on would you care to join us the soprano line is swooping upwards as well as the same time the owned is swooping downward yes it wasn't the commenting Israelis some of these lines you might say if you just read about a very dry it so you have to it would have been a couple calls it would you care to join us but what is actually happening is they've just realized that nobody's even the room and bed B. Riley coming in and out and out and instead of saying well why don't we just get out of here right now she says would you care to join us honestly it's it's a very dark line radio something under the almost as saying I am keeping control is played in we're speaking with conductor and composer Thomas ad S. about his third and most recent opera called the exterminating angel and we do have through the good offices of the.

Amy Walter
"luis bunuel" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

14:53 min | 1 year ago

"luis bunuel" Discussed on KQED Radio

"PM on Starz this is fresh air and if you're just joining us my guest decided Jones has a new memoir called how we fight for our lives which is about growing up black and gay in Texas how long ago did your mother die my mom had a heart attack the night before mother's day moves us may twenty eleven and she died a few square brain dead a week or so later right she had had a heart condition when your child yeah so shoot she was always in in some jeopardy her life insurance check enabled you to change your life and you're right about how ambivalent you were about that that you wish that she had that kind of money when she was alive and all the things she could have done with it to better her life how did you use the money to change your life broadly speaking I was able to grieve you know at the time when she passed away I was teaching high school in Newark New Jersey which is cool but you know intense job and so I was able to finish the school year and I'm not return and I was able to get an apartment in Harlem where I literally just cried and wrote and occasionally eight about a year and that's all I needed to do and that meant a lot because I was about all I was capable of and then I traveled for a little while and you see that at the end of the book you see me in Spain and I just it that money I still have complicated feelings about it you know to pay for her to have better health care she might still be here but it allowed me empowered me to not it helped me live you know I I you see I really struggled after my mom passed away it was just so hard it was apocalyptic and that money allow me and the people who were supporting me and I was a lot of people to create the conditions kind of necessary for me to to stay here because I really didn't want to to be honest you know during most of our discussion about your mother it's been about her not being able to talk to you about being gay obviously you were both very attached to each other and say was apocalyptic when she died tell us more about what made you I feel so connected to her because that's not something that we've touched on and I want to give margin mention allergy that relationship I really appreciate that thank you Terry you know my mother was so funny we were always laughing and making each other laugh and we love to make each other laugh you know it was sometimes it felt like a game like you would make the other person laughing you would keep making a joke to see how far you can go you know I love that my mom you know she read newspaper like three newspapers a day we were she was always watching the news and always talking about it and you know that this is all before Twitter and everything I think I grew up in a household that that always just have this passionate ongoing conversation about news and culture you know and and she just she supported me she supported my writing she she was she never questioned my decision to become a writer to become a poet she was never like what are you going to pay the bills she trusted that I was going to figure it out you know so you know I I don't wanna excuse you know the significance of of us not being able to talk about my sexuality and being gay but I'm I also really want to honor that she worked really hard and things were paycheck to paycheck who boy but there was a lot of joy and there was always deep love and I felt like more so that I think I can understand in real time I think my mom I don't know I have the sense that I don't think she thought she was gonna have a very long life to be honest why would she write like that yes there's a research you have that life insurance policy you know and I I think she was just trying to like pass on as much as she could which is why I feel like I've got to like pick up the baton and and go as far as I can now she is anxious so the life insurance policy as her her dying gift to you yeah I mean that's the thing about a life and and the and I was so angry about it right that like what do you mean like all of this money look we need to we need to use that for you you know is how I would have felt if we talked about it but I don't think she saw it that way I think she would you know listen heart disease you know disproportionately impacts black women in America that's just a fact you know and I think she made a decision that she wanted to in short the I have a future and I was really ambivalent about it I didn't like that I don't you know it's still sometimes get so angry like my mom's purpose was not for my life to thrive her life is valuable her life is valuable you know I don't believe that mothers in particular should be expected to sacrifice themselves for their children you know but I can't control what happened I can only I guess as best I can honor the intention and its ongoing I'm not happy about it every day I miss her so much and I would so love to walk out of this you know radio studio and call her and talk to you like to you know that's incredible and I I don't get to have that kind of conversation and the way I want but I know a lot of people of struggle with grief in this way and will struggle with that and so you know I feel like my mom would want me to make this experience of use to other people say Jones thank you so much for joining us thank you for your mother thank you say Jones new memoir is called how we fight for our lives after we take a short break Lloyd Schwartz will review to contemporary operas one based on a poem and one based on a fairy tale this is fresh AIR support for KQED comes from Berkeley Rep presenting kiss my **** tech in uproarious new musical from comedic genius John Leguizamo that celebrates and elevates let Tenix culture starts may twenty eighth Berkeley Rep dot org and from heating and easy reminding customers that power outages can happen anytime of the year sign up for outage alerts at P. G. E. dot com slash outage alerts so PGA any can keep customers up to date when working to restore power stay with us at ten o'clock tonight for forum with guest host Scott Shafer it's a rebroadcast of this morning's program about health California has changed twenty five years after prop one eighty seven that's the forum re broadcast with Scott Shafer is you guest host tonight at ten o'clock here on KQED FM San Francisco and kicking we I. F. M. north highland Sacramento I'm Michelle had again the time is seven forty eight this is fresh AIR operas can be about almost anything while the earliest operas were based on mythology contemporary operas have been as timely as today's news our classical music critic large Schwartz tells us about several new operas that have been based on a surprising variety of sources including a poem by Frank the dart called Ellen west it took a couple of hundred years before Verdi's la traviata in the middle of the nineteenth century shocked audiences by dealing directly with contemporary issues in our own time composer John Adams and poet Alice Goodman created a masterpiece out of director Peter Sellers startling idea of making an opera out of president Nixon's visit to China which took place only fifteen years earlier and less than five years passed between the hijacking of the cruise ship Achille Lauro by Palestinian terrorists in nineteen eighty five and the next Adams Goodman sellers opera the death of Klinghoffer that operate is still so controversial protesters have forced performances including the Mets live in HD telecast to be canceled more recently the Metropolitan Opera which has relied so heavily on standard repertory co commissioned operas based on movies Thomas Addis's intense version of Spanish director Luis bunuel's chilling political satire the exterminating angel and Nicole millions rather milder take on the novel that was the source of Alfred Hitchcock's psychological mystery Marnie more unusual than that opera Saratoga just presented a new one act chamber opera by composer Ricky Ian Gordon it's the first opera I'm aware of that's actually a setting of a poem Ellen west a sixteen page narrative by last year's Pulitzer Prize winning poet Frank the dart this tragic poem first published in nineteen seventy five dramatizes the final days of a woman suffering from anorexia and is based on a classic case study even before anorexia had a name but the poem is shattering not because it's a case history it's been darts profound exploration of what it means to have a body and identity even the gender and what sacrifices it takes to be an artist in this gripping passage Ellen west sings about soprano Maria Callas famous for her drastic weight loss as Puccini's Tosca Ellen says I know that in the second act when you Millie aided hounded by Scarpia she sign VC dar today I lived for art and in torment the Wilder meant at the end she asks with the voice reaching harrowing Lee for the notes ours has repaid me like this I felt I was watching autobiography and now let's hear the hair raising soprano Jennifer is that line also listen for Gordon slide allusion to Puccini's aria the death of Allen west is one of the most heart wrenching moments I know in contemporary opera in most operas words are secondary when a composer chooses an extraordinary taxed for the music to live up to that's news the Danish composer Paul rooters did that when he based his best known opera on the scary dystopian world of Margaret Atwood's the handmaid's tale his latest opera the thirteenth child is a kind of throwback to earlier operas based on fables and fairy tales but this opera is no less scary librettists Becky and David sarabyn have fashioned a compelling libretto out of a relatively obscure Grimm fairy tale it combines sexual jealousy political intrigue and murder that like the music itself has a very modern ring to it with a touch of magic this was the latest production in the Santa Fe opera is notable series of world premieres a recording on the bridge label was released weeks before the first performance that might have something to do with the librettist being the couple who started and run bridge records a company I admire for its devotion to contemporary music one disappointment I have with a lot of contemporary operas is that composers seem more interested in complex orchestration then in beautiful writing for the voice rooters at least is not afraid to lapse into tonality as in this haunting slow walls the queen sings on her death bed mezzo soprano tomorrow Mumford is the only singer on this C. D. who was also in the stage production the.

"luis bunuel" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:53 min | 1 year ago

"luis bunuel" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The rebroadcast tomorrow at two AM this is fresh AIR operas can be about almost anything while the earliest operas were based on mythology contemporary operas have been as timely as today's news our classical music critic Lloyd Schwartz tells us about several new operas that have been based on a surprising variety of sources including a poem by Frank the dart called Ellen west it took a couple of hundred years before Verdi's la traviata in the middle of the nineteenth century shocked audiences by dealing directly with contemporary issues in our own time composer John Adams and poet Alice Goodman created a masterpiece out of director Peter Sellers startling idea of making an opera out of president Nixon's visit to China which took place only fifteen years earlier and less than five years passed between the hijacking of the cruise ship Achille Lauro by Palestinian terrorists in nineteen eighty five and the next Adams Goodman sellers opera the death of Klinghoffer that operate is still so controversial protesters have forced performances including the Mets live in HD telecast to be canceled more recently the Metropolitan Opera which has relied so heavily on standard repertory co commissioned operas based on movies Thomas Addis's intense version of Spanish director Luis bunuel's chilling political satire the exterminating angel and Nicole millions rather milder take on the novel that was the source of Alfred Hitchcock's psychological mystery Marnie more unusual than that opera Saratoga just presented a new one act chamber opera by composer Ricky Ian Gordon it's the first opera I'm aware of that's actually a setting of a poem Ellen west a sixteen page narrative by last year's Pulitzer Prize winning poet Frank the dart this tragic poem first published in nineteen seventy five dramatizes the final days of a woman suffering from anorexia and is based on a classic case study even before anorexia had a name but the poem is shattering not because it's a case history it's been darts profound exploration of what it means to have a body and identity even the gender and what sacrifices it takes to be an artist in this gripping passage Ellen west sings about soprano Maria Callas famous for her drastic weight loss as Puccini's Tosca Ellen says I know that in the second act when you Millie aided hounded by Scarpia she sang VC dar today I live for art and in torment the Wilder mind at the end she asks with the voice reaching harrowing Lee for the notes art has repaid me like this I felt I was watching autobiography and now let's hear the hair raising soprano Jennifer is that line also listen for Gordon slide allusion to Puccini's aria the death of Allen west is one of the most heart wrenching moments I know in contemporary opera in most operas words are secondary when a composer chooses an extraordinary taxed for the music to live up to that news the Danish composer Paul rooters did that when he based his best known opera on the scary dystopian world of Margaret Atwood's the handmaid's tale his latest opera the thirteenth child is a kind of throwback to earlier operas based on fables and fairy tales but this opera is no less scary the librettists Becky and David star Ben have fashioned a compelling libretto out of a relatively obscure Grimm fairy tale it combines sexual jealousy political intrigue and murder that like the music itself has a very modern ring to it with a touch of magic this was the latest production in the Santa Fe opera is notable series of world premieres a recording on the bridge label was released weeks before the first performance that might have something to do with the librettist being the couple who started and run bridge records a company I admire for its devotion to contemporary music one disappointment I have with a lot of contemporary operas is that composers seem more interested in complex orchestration then in beautiful writing for the voice rooters at least is not afraid to lapse into tonality as in this haunting slow walls the queen sings on her death bed mezzo soprano tomorrow Mumford is the only singer on this C. D. who was also in the stage production he insists it's a gift that so many new operas are in English and that in the best of these the English can be as powerful surprising eloquent.

"luis bunuel" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:09 min | 1 year ago

"luis bunuel" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I want to but working with him is a different experience. you know doing the music for his new movie the Irishman and we're talking at every movie we start from scratch what are we gonna do this time and you know all have ideas he'll have ideas and in the process of doing this I said you know I'm hearing this thing and I it doesn't directly connect to anything with this movie but it could be an interesting counterpoint and I would describe something to him a sound of flavored jam and he'd say oh that's good that's good as long as it doesn't sound like movie music. uhhuh now we're talking my language because doing a traditional movie score he doesn't need me for that there's a thousand on the Williams and all those guys are these people to do that and they do it really well but I'm not interested in that and thankfully neither is he. is the writing process the same does writing music now it's either for the Irishman or for this movie cinematic doesn't feel the same as when you're writing music for the band in the sixties and seventies. you know I've always been strongly influenced by movies and I for many years I have thought. that in the songs that I'm writing they're like little movies even way back yeah you're right the nettle Dixie down sort of a movie. yeah yeah Cripple Creek sort of in yeah. so I used to reading harvest is a movie yeah this is yes all make sense to me yeah. at this stage fright is named after a movie offered Hitchcock made a movie called stage fright yeah and when I was writing the songs I was reading classic movie scripts I found a place where I could buy these scripts in New York in Gotham book mark and so I would go in there and Janice films had all of the script is so I can read the script for a John Ford movie or foreign Ingmar Bergman movie are for Luis bunuel or a Fellini or cara sour arm Howard hawks or or is in wells all these things in that became my reading material because I was so fascinated by how when I would look at these movies I was like wait a minute what is just start from bush's begin from and when I was. very young the fi hadn't of got the music bug the music addiction at such a early age and I would have ended up in movie land maybe is a screen writer or as a director just go from music to like if you hear a Beethoven piece of you here like Beethoven seven do you want to see the score. I I I do see images in that and I do think sometimes what that would be a good accompaniment she do and there's been many cases and working with Martin Scorsese over the years that I have used music I yeah I used to be a big admirer of Kristoff Penderecki's composing and so years ago I did I used to we were pen pals for a while I was writing to Penderecki really it's saying you know I make music it's a different kind of music but I loved your strategy for the victims of heroes shame in that stunning Hey. and he would write me back and say oh my goodness I listen to your record in this these songs and everything I love this music and so for above while there we were said anything then in shut our island I said to Marty I think Penderecki's music could be a centerpiece in that and it was. shall we say. and. track of rob Robertson's new album the cinematic call I hear you paint houses the new film Robbie Robertson from the band and I were talking about is called once were brothers it opens the Toronto International Film Festival tonight which is pretty big deal goes deep into the history of the band and so I'm next though you're gonna hear us talk a little bit about the band. why the band fell apart the way did any weather Robbie still harbors any resentment for the folks in the band so a rare conversation coming.

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"luis bunuel" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"luis bunuel" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

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"luis bunuel" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"luis bunuel" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

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"luis bunuel" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"luis bunuel" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

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"luis bunuel" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"luis bunuel" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

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"luis bunuel" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"luis bunuel" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Jld stamp yeah and and i hope like entertainment tonight hires her or access hollywood right there that one go um step back not kit but the other lady that was there for a long time so i go were they get tired at nails who places okay angelina jolie in case you're wondering julia people is reporting that teacher angelina is overseen the language of music lessons of her six kids as their home schooled uh but she stays away from their math in english that you'll understand than any mom overseas at because you hire the person you tell him with the agenda as yeah so she's just like everyone else but liu into so many different languages being top net how okay shilo is learning the cambodian language packs is learning vietnamese because he knows how to do cambodian right maddox is learning german and russian can the hara is of getting fluent in french and vivian end is learning arabic knox's learning sign language summit do not smart that is because the mind can just pick it up so much and once you learn one language when you're young you can do that would be awesome i mean i always would kind of regret that in and have my kids go to spanish immersion score french immersion because it be so great to be will die literal add because casey heaviest go kids go to a spanish immersion school and those two of nor luis bunuel they're not even we petito we got gotta keep unido chief yes you do you how you deal with against hagan spanish and have had to do it in college as well yes none of it about my older brother.

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"luis bunuel" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"luis bunuel" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

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"luis bunuel" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"luis bunuel" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

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