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Dutch Masters

Travel with Rick Steves

04:57 min | Last week

Dutch Masters

"Instead of being paid to glorify the church and nobility like so much of Europe, the art in the low countries was paid for by the wealth of the Protestant merchant class are guides are Nico Febrile who lives near Bruges in West Flanders and Jodi angles door than she lives in Harlem North Holland? Nicole Yoda. Thanks for being here. Thank you. Thank you for having us. So from your perspective as a guide in the Netherlands ca you see that divide in the art world? Well, of course, it's a lot about the culture of country and like you said, our culture is all about brought stations and we had thorough formation and that are really created a big difference between some art in other countries in us. So we have very basic churches. They're all stripped down from older statues but also are monster pieces re rarely. See. Any Christian. Seems but we always have the Merchan's and because we had a Dutch republic very soon after. Yeah. So that is of you. If you see a bread of his biblical theme, it'll be from the Bible but it won't be from some Pope or something like that. Yes. If you think about you, you mentioned the reformation you have a huge church on the main square in Harlem that was a Catholic Church and it was completely painted all the pillars were painted and everything now when you go in yeah. Washed away whitewashed. Yes. Whitewashed. Yeah So a reformation came we had iconoclast where all the distance took it down and the art was little gone, and how do you recognize what the Protestants really brought into the churches was music and that is how they really lived up churches. So in Harlem, you have this giant organ. which more than five thousand pipes you can still go in and listen to it every Thursday In the summer periods. Then you have a concert for free you can visit and you can hear his Oregon play you can just. How old's organised, we've come so a ten year old Mozart played in this. So it's a it's a very different experience and it's very beautiful. So maybe four or five hundred years ago it was Catholic and then you have the reformation it becomes Protestant partisans come in there and they were kind of sort of kind of mean her. Very extreme. Throughout. All the statues they busted lot of the windows they painted everything white and they put up this amazing organ that goes it's his tallest building. It goes way to the top of those arches. Wild, it is wild and that's something that when you know the story behind, it makes a little more sense when you have a good information, know every Thursday there's a free concert Nico when you think about the Great Dutch painters who comes to mind. Of course, he think about people like don't finance house to meet. My personal is Yon Stein. Johnston because he has these scenes of just people having fun at home and it's sometimes a bit double if what he wants to say with paintings. inning. Is it the warning that you shouldn't be so? Joyful maybe in life. Or they're just fun to watch because there is there's a lot of folk way stem. Yeah. It's like I'm like don't be wasteful or if you gossip things bad things will happen or there's all these little little lessons about life but not really preaching from the Church nobody you could interpret it that way and people could hang it in their houses and say, this is what we shouldn't be doing. Right but I look at them as okay. They're having fun to me. It's a little intimate look at life for hundred years ago or whenever he owns Dean was painting, but that's a good name to. Note Yawn Seen S. T. E. N. S. these when I go to a gallery in the Netherlands I, see a lot of small paintings by a lot of people whose names I don't know rather than a few big paintings by people who are superstars and highly paid, and you got to think it's a different sort of clientele. If you're painting a King or some bishop, you can paint something big and really expensive. But in the Netherlands when they got rid of the king and they got rid of the pope, they got to have the open market business people for their clientele and it needs to be affordable. So you have small appreciate art. Or. Not Actually N- definitely. But like you said it would be anonymous or from the same workshop or around that's what you would read. You see the values of the day there I, mean, above the dining room table, you might have a still life. Yes. Still lifes is not a personal favourite, but that's something that you will find a lot. Would you see in still life because of fruits, baskets, fish 'cause it's the Netherlands. So they would have a love of fish in there as well. Easy to catch

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"mozart" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

03:47 min | 2 weeks ago

"mozart" Discussed on Filmspotting

"T shirt. T. Know Muslim amount round tones, allowed tones. Now let me hear you read. Your line. We move on now to this week's edition of massacre, Theater Josh with all the musical virtuosity on display and our top five Mozart movie moments, and Amadeus of course, we decided to recruit some professionals for this week's massacre theater some for real opera singers. Now I, of course was all on board with this our producer Sam suggested it. We always like to kick things up or not Sharon film spotting, but the segment is called massacre. Theater. Josh. Is this going to be too good is the setting an unrealistic standard for the future I, mean speak for yourself. I. Feel like I'm always delivering equality perform I apologize. Okay I don't know where you're going with us fair enough our guest actors this week Andy Will Ski. He's in a claim baritone from Saint Paul Minnesota and a longtime phone spotting listener. He's performed at the Minnesota Opera Milwaukee in Chicago Opera Theatres Madison Opera among many others his Mozart Bona Fides Josh include performances in the marriage of Figaro Cozy Fun Tutti and as Papa Gano in the magic flute I love this to He's conceived a project called and I'm probably going to butcher it but it's called guns in Rosenkavalier A Mash up of Art Song, Recital Rock concert you can learn more about that at his site which we will link to in the notes for Shell. Love it. So Andy in the scene, this is a bit like Josh putting you in a scene where there's money voices the not giving you any of the funny voices. He's a fantastic singer and he's just doing the talking. Yeah that doesn't seem fair. We will hear singing though from Jamie Van Dyke who's a message soprano based in Waco Texas that's where she is a professor of voice at Baylor University Jamie's performed leading roles. With Opera Companies Boston saint-louis Austin in Utah She's also been abroad in Moscow in south. Africa. She Solos with the La Philharmonic and the Boston Symphony Orchestra and Sung and world premieres at Carnegie Hall. Her Bio now notes that she is quote thrilled to be making her film spotting debut in the role of Maria Callas impersonator. Thanks for that. Plug their jamie she and Andy also had the bad luck. Here's how they got roped into this their friends Sam's, of course. Well, we are extremely excited and humbled to have them here on film spotting. I guess. I will from afar. Say. Action. My favorite. Maria Callas. Jury Shinya. Back. This is my d'alene. During the French Revolution, the mob. Fire. Not. Saving. The place. Cradle me. Arctic. Scene.

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"mozart" Discussed on Classics for Kids

Classics for Kids

05:39 min | Last month

"mozart" Discussed on Classics for Kids

"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. . <music>. . 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. . <music>. . 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.

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Janissary Music

Classics for Kids

05:39 min | Last month

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.

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An Excerpt from the book Flirting with Darkness by Ben Courson

Optimal Living Daily

06:57 min | Last month

An Excerpt from the book Flirting with Darkness by Ben Courson

"An excerpt from the book flirting with darkness. Ben. Carson. Weapon number three, the magic number of greatness. I got to a point in my struggle with depression where something needed needed to change must suffering. So badly, I finally decided to do something about it. The ten thousand hour rule saved my life. His Book Outliers Malcolm Glad well demonstrated that to be truly greeted anything. You have to put in ten thousand hours of practice. People such as world chess champion Bobby. Fischer businessman Bill Joy, and IBM founder Bill Gates are among the many examples. Glad. While gives of people who excelled because they accelerated they focused and worked hard and gave at least ten thousand hours to becoming the best at what they did. Glad will show that whether you want to be a fiction writer or master criminal. Hockey player or a pianist ten thousand hours was the magic number of greatness. Bent my mind to that goal is a writer Manspeaker. A resolved to stop wasting my energies, processing psychological trauma and to go on a diametrically opposed direction. Instead of disappearing over why dreams weren't coming to pass, I decided to commit myself to working my fingers to the bone to ensure they did. Psychologists, John Hayes quote looked at how long it took the best composers of all time to create their first grey work. He found that nobody including Mozarts was a child prodigy had produced a piece of work of any significance until about ten years after they had I, taken music no amount of innate talent even in a field of genius such as music could overcome the years of practice necessary to Korea work someone may be talented. They may be lucky but they still have to go through ten years of practice in order to become a master and quote. When Churchill came to power during World War Two he said this as he was being inaugurated into office as prime. Minister quote. I. Offer you nothing save blood, toil tears, and sweat and quo. Lecture Chill Ready to go to battle anew, the path will be difficult PROC- ready to claim own finest hour. Getting better stars, which is getting off your tuition in doing something. So I did. My goal was to become a writer and a speaker put in the needed hours. My nearly worked myself to death, but it was infinitely better than brooding found the effort. Cathartic in fulfilling my spirit's began to lift. I figured I had two options number one either get discouraged that my dreams were not coming pass or number to spend the effort of getting prepared for when they did. Legendary preacher Charles spurgeon advised students to stop worrying about when they would get their shot at speaking and concentrate instead on their ability, and they'll let God take the opportunity in other words quit fretting over the how and focus on the what I took these words to heart and focused on my skill set as I improved my craft, our English word amateur comes from a French Italian an line route which means to love an obvious works when he loves the process and it feels good a professional is someone who worked seven days a week whether he feels like it or not. Today. My TV show hope generation is on twenty different networks more than one hundred and eighty countries and radio shows heard on more than four hundred stations daily. I get to speak in stadiums and arenas. My quote unquote overnight success came through hours of hard work. How you'll spend your ten thousand hours may be different from how I spend mind but you'll find as I did a clear focus and a way of getting off the existential treadmill of despair, transform your life but the age of twenty one, the average American has put ten thousand hours of practice into computer and video games when I use those hours for something more productive. How hard you hustle in the darkness determines how brightly you shine in the spotlight. To prepare for speaking to people I got really good at lecturing my furniture. My chairs were my captive audience I remember that Billy Graham. One said he got his start by preaching to alligators before he preached in stadiums. You have to start with a small stuff and work your way up. So I took every opportunity that presented itself. I spoke to classes of little kids and homeless shelters at old folks, homes, and to student clubs I volunteered to take the opportunities. Others turned down, I got lots of practice. When other speakers turned an organization or church down my said, yes I did this I several years Only the small minded person will refuse the small task for me if I had an audience of four people those enough to get some more practice to put in some more hours toward my ten thousand our goal. Jesus said that if you're faithful and a few small things, you'll be given responsibility over bigger ones Matthew Twenty five that sound good to me. Yes sometimes I did feel like surface the tragic here of Greek mythology who had to roll a boulder of a hill only to see roll back down then roll it back up again only for it to roll back down again repeatedly, I'll stubborn in my pursuit it was a great weapon against despair to keep working in spite of how I felt, which puts me in the mind of a scene from Tolkien's the Lord of the Rings in the First Book of that trilogy the Fellowship of the Ring, a band of warriors is commission travel to the ends of the Earth to destroy the evil ring of power by casting it into mount doom. During their long journey. Gandalf who was their leader was thought to be killed in the minds of Maurya in response airborne stepped up to lead the band in his stead amid his grief and despair he cried out farewell Gandalf what hope have we with you then he turned to the fellowship and said, we must do without hope let us gird ourselves and weep no more come. We have a long road. Like that trek to mount doom healing is usually a long journey. We normally don't start feeling better overnight sometimes, we must go on when we feel absolutely no hope. Our quest leads down a winding path and his sometimes fraught with trolls and Goblins and all manner of Dr Treasures. But psychological heroism is possible in such journey is were taking like Eric Gordon Frodo my set my foot upon my own path out of depression I gave them my flirtation with darkness and began to tread the road toward a grand purpose and it worked after many many years. The Dreams I had begun to despair finally came true new ones came into sight, but it all began by putting one foot in front of the other. If you allow yourself to just sit around and partly catatonic state stuffing yourself with junk food is a form of therapy and watching callous hours of television. You'll probably never start feeling better. But I. Tell You that you get off the couch and venture into the world to do something toward your goals. Things will start to change in your heart and mind if you pull yourself out of bed and get going on your dreams, that's how you'll will begin the journey to healing your broken spirit.

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"mozart" Discussed on Classics for Kids

Classics for Kids

05:58 min | Last month

"mozart" Discussed on Classics for Kids

"Welcome to classics for kids. I'm Naomi. Lewin. Both Con Amadeus Mozart wrote more beautiful music in his not quite thirty five year lifetime than a lot of composers who lived a lot longer one kind of music that fascinated Mozart from the time he was a kid was opera. Mozart I. said he wanted to write an opera when he was eight and when he was twelve, he did up through the very last year of his life. He continued composing operas. An opera is a stage work with costumes and sets that also includes music singing as an important part of the drama instead of speaking their lines, the characters sing them. Italy. Was the country where opera got its start. So Italian was the fashionable language for writing operas even in German speaking Austria where Mozart lived. But Go to kind of opera that's related to our Broadway musical. It's called the Zing Spiel a play with singing Austrians who didn't speak Italian could understand because it was in German just like in American musical theater, there are spoken lines that move the plot along but when the characters want to let you know what they're feeling, they sing about it or August. I have two favorite Mozart operas one in each language not city Figo Godot is Italian for the marriage of Figaro. This opera is based on a very famous, very revolutionary play about a servant Figaro who outsmarts his royal master. Since, there was still plenty of royalty around when the play was written. It was pretty daring. Some kings wouldn't allow it to be performed. At the beginning of the Opera Figaro is busy measuring his new bedroom, you can hear him counting five, ten, twenty in. Italian of course. Susannah the woman Figaro's going to marry tries to interrupt. She wants him to look at her bridal veil. You can hear in Mozart's music how hard it is forces Emma to get Figaro's attention. Figaro has some Great Arias or Solos in the opera when one of the characters is sent to the army and doesn't want to go figaro things about what it will be like ticked rate in his pants, he closed for a uniform and then marched to the mud. Nine. and. My other Mozart favorite is the magic flute heat Salva Fluid a Germans ing. SPIEL. In the magic flute, the Queen of the night represents evil dark forces and Rostro represents light and truth. It's brilliant how Mozart shows the contrast between them by having the Queen of the night fast loud and very high. While rostro music is slow deliberate and very. The. Most, fun character in the magic flute is Papa Gay No. The Bird Catcher I even named a cat after him. Papa John is always looking for a wife when he finds one, her name turns out to be Papa Gain A-, and they sing a wonderful using their names to investigate the birds he catches. Wish, I had time to play you more music from Mozart operas next week a kind of music so. In Mozart's bay that classical composers latched onto it to I'm Naomi Lewin I, write classes for kids and produce it with Tim Lancaster at WG UC Cincinnati. Please join me again for more classics for kids..

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Mozart's Operas

Classics for Kids

05:43 min | Last month

Mozart's Operas

"Welcome to classics for kids. I'm Naomi. Lewin. Both Con Amadeus Mozart wrote more beautiful music in his not quite thirty five year lifetime than a lot of composers who lived a lot longer one kind of music that fascinated Mozart from the time he was a kid was opera. Mozart I. said he wanted to write an opera when he was eight and when he was twelve, he did up through the very last year of his life. He continued composing operas. An opera is a stage work with costumes and sets that also includes music singing as an important part of the drama instead of speaking their lines, the characters sing them. Italy. Was the country where opera got its start. So Italian was the fashionable language for writing operas even in German speaking Austria where Mozart lived. But Go to kind of opera that's related to our Broadway musical. It's called the Zing Spiel a play with singing Austrians who didn't speak Italian could understand because it was in German just like in American musical theater, there are spoken lines that move the plot along but when the characters want to let you know what they're feeling, they sing about it or August. I have two favorite Mozart operas one in each language not city Figo Godot is Italian for the marriage of Figaro. This opera is based on a very famous, very revolutionary play about a servant Figaro who outsmarts his royal master. Since, there was still plenty of royalty around when the play was written. It was pretty daring. Some kings wouldn't allow it to be performed. At the beginning of the Opera Figaro is busy measuring his new bedroom, you can hear him counting five, ten, twenty in. Italian of course. Susannah the woman Figaro's going to marry tries to interrupt. She wants him to look at her bridal veil. You can hear in Mozart's music how hard it is forces Emma to get Figaro's attention. Figaro has some Great Arias or Solos in the opera when one of the characters is sent to the army and doesn't want to go figaro things about what it will be like ticked rate in his pants, he closed for a uniform and then marched to the mud. Nine. and. My other Mozart favorite is the magic flute heat Salva Fluid a Germans ing. SPIEL. In the magic flute, the Queen of the night represents evil dark forces and Rostro represents light and truth. It's brilliant how Mozart shows the contrast between them by having the Queen of the night fast loud and very high. While rostro music is slow deliberate and very. The. Most, fun character in the magic flute is Papa Gay No. The Bird Catcher I even named a cat after him. Papa John is always looking for a wife when he finds one, her name turns out to be Papa Gain A-, and they sing a wonderful using their names to investigate the birds he catches. Wish, I had time to play you more music from Mozart operas next week a kind of music so. In Mozart's bay that classical composers latched onto it to

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Albert Einstein - burst 1

A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People

01:04 min | Last month

Albert Einstein - burst 1

"A kid to major incidents happened that changed his life forever. When he was four or five years old his father gave him a magnetic compass looking at the needle move little Einstein froze the fact that the needle moved without Einstein even touching it fascinated him. It made him believe that there was something hidden behind things. This created an Einstein, a lifelong lust for the forces of nature which would come to define who he was. that. Around the same time, his mother, a pianist made him take violin lessons. This would create and Little Einstein Lifelong devotion to music in his later years whenever he would hit a roadblock in his experiments and did not know what to do. He would take his violin and start playing Mozart's tunes or improvising melodies, and suddenly he would stumble upon a solution to the problem. These two incidents changed Albert Einstein's life completely. As a kid Einstein had trouble in learning to talk. So when he was two years old, he developed a peculiar habit before he

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Albert Einstein - burst 1

A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People

00:58 sec | Last month

Albert Einstein - burst 1

"Albert Einstein was a kid to major incidents happened that changed his life forever. When he was four or five years old his father gave him a magnetic compass looking at the needle move little Einstein froze the fact that the needle moved without Einstein even touching it fascinated him. It made him believe that there was something hidden behind things. This created an Einstein, a lifelong lust for the forces of nature which would come to define who he was. that. Around the same time, his mother, a pianist made him take violin lessons. This would create and Little Einstein Lifelong devotion to music in his later years whenever he would hit a roadblock in his experiments and did not know what to do. He would take his violin and start playing Mozart's tunes or improvising melodies, and suddenly he would stumble upon a solution to the problem. These two incidents changed Albert Einstein's life completely. As a kid

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Albert Einstein - burst 1

A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People

00:57 sec | Last month

Albert Einstein - burst 1

"Albert Einstein was a kid to major incidents happened that changed his life forever. When he was four or five years old his father gave him a magnetic compass looking at the needle move little Einstein froze the fact that the needle moved without Einstein even touching it fascinated him. It made him believe that there was something hidden behind things. This created an Einstein, a lifelong lust for the forces of nature which would come to define who he was. that. Around the same time, his mother, a pianist made him take violin lessons. This would create and Little Einstein Lifelong devotion to music in his later years whenever he would hit a roadblock in his experiments and did not know what to do. He would take his violin and start playing Mozart's tunes or improvising melodies, and suddenly he would stumble upon a solution to the problem. These two incidents changed Albert Einstein's life completely.

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Albert Einstein - burst 1

A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People

00:57 sec | Last month

Albert Einstein - burst 1

"When Albert Einstein was a kid to major incidents happened that changed his life forever. When he was four or five years old his father gave him a magnetic compass looking at the needle move little Einstein froze the fact that the needle moved without Einstein even touching it fascinated him. It made him believe that there was something hidden behind things. This created an Einstein, a lifelong lust for the forces of nature which would come to define who he was. that. Around the same time, his mother, a pianist made him take violin lessons. This would create and Little Einstein Lifelong devotion to music in his later years whenever he would hit a roadblock in his experiments and did not know what to do. He would take his violin and start playing Mozart's tunes or improvising melodies, and suddenly he would stumble upon a solution to the problem. These two incidents changed Albert Einstein's life completely.

Albert Einstein Mozart
Albert Einstein - burst 1

A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People

00:58 sec | Last month

Albert Einstein - burst 1

"When Albert Einstein was a kid to major incidents happened that changed his life forever. When he was four or five years old his father gave him a magnetic compass looking at the needle move little Einstein froze the fact that the needle moved without Einstein even touching it fascinated him. It made him believe that there was something hidden behind things. This created an Einstein, a lifelong lust for the forces of nature which would come to define who he was. that. Around the same time, his mother, a pianist made him take violin lessons. This would create and Little Einstein Lifelong devotion to music in his later years whenever he would hit a roadblock in his experiments and did not know what to do. He would take his violin and start playing Mozart's tunes or improvising melodies, and suddenly he would stumble upon a solution to the problem. These two incidents changed Albert Einstein's life completely.

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About Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Classics for Kids

05:18 min | Last month

About Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

"Hello I'm Naomi Lewin welcome to. Classics for kids. Think of the most brilliant talented kid. You know maybe somebody in your class now imagine if that person couldn't be in class because starting at the age of five he or she was off performing for presidents, kings queens all sorts of world leaders. Well, that's what it was like to be both gung. Amadeus Mozart. Mozart was born in Salzburg Austria where his father leopold was a violinist and composer when Mozart junior was three, he climbed up to the keyboard and just started playing. That's when Mozart senior realized he had a genius on his hands. So he started the touring Mozart show he took his son both gun and his daughter Nano on the road to perform for royalty they went all over Europe. Sometimes staying away from home for years at a stretch everyone was amazed at how well the children played and especially at how well little both gone could improvise. That is makeup music on the spot using whatever tune they gave him. Votes, are composed his first piece when he was five had his first music published when he was seven and wrote his first opera at the age of twelve he was a Whiz at the keyboard and the violin most of Mozart's concertos for those instruments here for himself to play. Lose Friends with the best musicians of the day. So he wrote Concertos for their instruments to, for instance the French Horn. One friend played a newfangled instrument that Mozart. Loved the clarinet. A Concerts that he and other people put on Mozart wrote symphonies. And for celebrations he wrote serenade. When he worked for the Prince Archbishop of Salzburg the man who also employed his father Mozart composed religious music. Having, toured all over Europe as a child Mozart did not want to stay in Salzburg working for the Prince Archbishop when he grew up even though that's put his father wanted. So he moved to the big city of Vienna, which was full of music theatre and opera in Vienna Mozart married Constanza Vaber. He'd actually fallen in love with her older sister I and he tried to find steady work that he thought was worthy of how talented he was. Mozart had a hard time as an adult. He couldn't get over being a child prodigy the very talented kid back. Then grownup musicians were considered servants by the nobles who hired them, but kings and empresses had made a huge fuss over Mozart when he performed for them as a child so he didn't think of himself as a servant. He also never learned how to manage money. He couldn't resist the urge to buy new clothes or a piano or a billiard table whatever he wanted. Mozart. Died just before his thirty fifth birthday. It's amazing. How much incredibly beautiful music he wrote in such a short

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Fear Of Death Is Contagious In The Psychological Thriller 'She Dies Tomorrow'

Fresh Air

05:02 min | 3 months ago

Fear Of Death Is Contagious In The Psychological Thriller 'She Dies Tomorrow'

"Our film critic Justin Chang says, she dies tomorrow feel surprisingly in tune with our present moment of unease. Everything you need to know going into sheet is tomorrow is pretty much right there in the title. This moody and more deadly funny psychological horror film opens on a young. Woman. Who Awakens one morning with a horrifying from edition of doom she believes that she's going to die tomorrow and it sends her into an eerily calm. Almost Zombie like trance. She wanders the rooms of her recently purchased lock home. She plays Mozart's requiem repeatedly on a record player and shops online for an urn to hold her cremated remains. She never explains why she thinks her death is imminent, but the look on her face is so grave and haunted that we find ourselves believing it to. The woman played by the excellent actress Caitlin she'll is named amy. Not. Coincidentally, that's also the name of the filmmaker amy scientists who has said that the movie was inspired by her own experiences with anxiety and her recognition of how easily that panic could affect those around her. And she dies tomorrow the fear of death proves contagious. The mere act telling someone that you're going to die tomorrow is enough to plant the idea that they are going to die tomorrow and so on and so on. The first person amy tells is her friend Jane played with a sharp comic edge by Jane Addams who thinks she's being ridiculous but the seed has been planted by the time Jane stops by her brother's house where a birthday party for her sister in law is in full swing she too has come to believe that she's going to die tomorrow. And once she voices this fear, the other party guests, it's only a matter of time before they also succumb. In the montage you're about to hear Simon's uses thunderously loud music written by Mondo boys and wild strobe lighting effects to achieve startling moments of operatic intensity. I'm going. To die. Tomorrow. Throughout the movie in these feverishly heightened intervals, Simon seems to be expressing level of horror that the characters themselves cannot. Jane's brother and sister in law. That's Christmas Gina and Katie Nolan do panic a little over what will happen to their daughter when they're both gone. But for the most part, everyone here tends to retreat into their own private moods showing little concern for others Jennifer Kim plays a party guest who abruptly breaks off a relationship something she'd been meaning to do for months. Her now ex boyfriend played by tune had been bay does something much more frighteningly impulsive. Interestingly no one really tries to ward off the crisis or even figure out what's going on a sense of futility sets in and stays there. There's something troublingly resonant for me about the characters inertia. Speaking as someone who's able to work from home and hasn't suffered so many have during the pandemic I'm not afraid of dying tomorrow but I recognize something of myself incitements as characters, the ones who retreat into a state of false calm maybe because screaming and expressing how they really feel might be too horrible or flat out exhausting to bear. I don't want to overstate the metaphorical implications of she is tomorrow, which was made well before the pandemic. But Simon's clearly has her finger on something about how people might respond or not respond to an invisible threat. She's made a fascinating disaster movie of the mind. This is the second feature scientists as written and directed seven years after her debut film. The lovers on the run drama sun don't shine. She's worked for more than a decade as an actor writer director and producer rooted in the independent film world, but with increasing forays into Hollywood. She's one of the key creative forces behind the TV series, the girlfriend experience, and you might also have seen her performances in recent studio thrillers like Alien Covenant and Pet cemetery a role that helped her finance this much lower budget horror movie. Depending on your persuasion, don't like she dies tomorrow might not sound like ideal pandemic viewing but I think one of the great virtues of the horror genre is that it can put our own fears into perspective. There can be enormous value in confronting our feelings of dread had on and feeling a sense of kinship with characters who are confronting there's to. Sign it's doesn't provide easy answers. She also doesn't tell us if her characters worries are justified. She closes the movie on a note, picked between serenity and alarm leaving us to wonder if the end is as near as it seems or tomorrow might, in fact, be another day.

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Ludwig van Beethoven

Classics for Kids

04:59 min | 3 months ago

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.

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"mozart" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy Theories

01:37 min | 3 months ago

"mozart" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"You can think of the freemasons as equal parts, fraternity, ceremony and philosophy. Lou Group was most interested in members with influence in politics, art and culture. The leaders of the beanies chapter recruited Mozart when he was just twenty eight years old. But despite Mozart's sterling reputation, he started at the freemasons lowest level the rank of apprentice. In freemasonry, each rank is named after the career path of a traditional stone. Worker members are schooled in the symbols and secrets of their ancestors to. Raise It seems that Mozart took to the freemasons with though. Apparently one month after being inducted, he climbed to the organization's second rank the journeymen. Due to the freemasons secretive nature. We don't know how each individual chapter operated, but we do know in some cases it can take years for a member to reach journeymen. And Mozart wasn't done rising through the ranks shortly after becoming journeyman Mozart level up again to the highest rank of the group Nassar Mason. In some instances it can take members a lifetime to ascend to the rank of master. Mozart aren't did it in a matter of months. As a Master Mason Mozart was given access to all of the groups ancient secrets, which could have led to some resentment from other members. Those would put in more time, but hadn't risen as high..

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"mozart" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy Theories

01:33 min | 3 months ago

"mozart" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart spent the final months of his life battling paranoid thoughts in depression. He suffered from high fevers. Swollen limbs boils and severe rash, all of which rendered him bedridden in his final moments. On December fifth seventeen ninety one he passed away in his home in the Austrian capital of Vienna. Doctors listed the cause of death as military fever, a general term for an illness accompanied by elevated temperature and a rash. At least that's the official story, but the truth may have been much more sinister. A week after Mozart's death, the German newspaper Mussa calluses Bohen Blat published a scandalous story claiming someone had poisoned Mozart, but they didn't name who. The most popular rumored culprit however is this week's I conspiracy, renowned composer and musician Antonio Salary. Some claim that he poisoned. Mozart out of jealousy and fear. So, let's travel back in time to early seventeen eighty two. When Sally Area Heard Mozart performed for the very first time. Thirty two year old Antonio Salutary took his seat in the small music venue. In Vienna, hundreds of other concert goers eagerly awaited.

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"mozart" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy Theories

02:16 min | 3 months ago

"mozart" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"The freemasons were an underground society formed as early as the Middle Ages, and they still exist today. The group has equal parts, fraternity, ceremony, and philosophy historically, they've taken a particular interest in initiating members who are influential in their respective field or expertise. Politics our culture. You name it. Known members include George Washington. Winston Churchill in Harry Houdini Nat King Cole in Rudyard kipling among countless others. Unfortunately we don't know who was in the organization at the time that Mozart joined or who recruited him. But you can imagine the doors that opened when he joined. It's powerful network. Mozart's activities within the freemasons remain a mystery. But in his lifetime, he was open about their existence. He wrote letters to his father about how much he enjoyed being part of their ranks. He even incorporated freemason symbolism into a sheet music. It wasn't rare to find an all seeing eye. An important symbol for the freemasons scribbled on the corners of the pages. In a sense membership gave Mozart the validation in feeling of superiority that he had always so desperately wanted. And with a powerful underground society behind him Mozart once again set his sights on becoming the head, musician and composer in the Royal Court of Vienna But Mozart had competition. A man named Antonio. Salvatierra also wanted the position like many members of the Emperor's Court. The thirty four year old composer hailed from Italy the prolific home of opera. However Emperor Joseph. The second wasn't impressed by salaries background. When a composer position finally became available in seventeen, eighty seven, it went to thirty one year old Mozart. Ambitious as he was Mozart didn't celebrate for long. It was a step towards his dream, but he wasn't the head composer.

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"mozart" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy Theories

01:36 min | 3 months ago

"mozart" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"Played a piece from his recently crafted Otis to four Sonata in B Flat Major. The music was fast paced and. Community played with incredible skill and finesse. The finale to Clementi's piece was magnificent. When clementi finished, the audience politely applauded. Mozart didn't say a word, but he was impressed. If he was going to win, he had to pull out all the stops. It was his turn. Mozart performed what became known as his twelve variations on. A voodoo regime, Amal, a classic French folk song. That's title translates to. Mother, if I could tell you. It at one moment light then dark, the next each shift was dramatic at seamless to the audience. The lightning fast tempo not only showed Mozart's prowess as a musician, but also his genius as a composer. The different takes on a simple folk song. They all knew were remarkably clever. It was clear to everyone that Mozart was more skilled than Clementi. The Italian pianist performance was wonderful, but He was like a machine reading the music in front of him and producing the results. But Mozart was living in his performance. He provoked feelings and emotion from the crowd that.

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"mozart" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy Theories

01:56 min | 3 months ago

"mozart" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"To get it, that was fine with him. In Vienna Mozart stayed with old friends. The family with whom Mozart and his mother had stayed in Mannheim now lived in Vienna. They offered to house him for a while. When he arrived, he learned that a low Zia. Mozart's I love had gotten married. which would have been more heartbreaking if she didn't have a sister? Only. Those years younger sister. Constanza was nineteen like Loza, she sang opera professionally, and apparently she was equally as talented during his stay with the viewers. Twenty five year old Mozart and Constanza would lie awake until the early hours of the morning discussing music. Constanza enjoyed Mozart's company, but she also thought he could be a bit bullheaded and arrogant. She frequently reminded him that he was only a human, not a God. She wasn't interested in falling in love with an ego maniac. MOATS are tried to take her words to heart, and continued pursuing her before long cone stanzas parents caught onto his affection for their daughter. They approved, but respectfully asked him to leave to ensure their relationship to remain chaste. And so Mozart found an apartment in the city. He spent his days writing letters to Constanza. His words became his music. With each new letter constanze reservations around Mozart's narcissistic tendencies faded away. The to fell deeply in love. As, they did Mozart continued his efforts to find employment.

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"mozart" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy Theories

01:41 min | 3 months ago

"mozart" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"And his dreams, and now she was gone. Mozart blamed himself for her death. If he had swallowed his pride and take musicians position instead of holding out for a job as a composer, he would have afforded a better lifestyle in maybe Maria would still alive. After his mother's passing. Mozart left Paris. The city harbored too many unpleasant memories at the end of seventeen. Seventy eight twenty two year old Mozart headed back home to Salzburg. Back in Austria Mozart's father Leopold assured him that his luck would turn around. Leopold had spoken with Prince Archbishop Colorado. Mozart would be able to work for his old patron again and this time as a concert master. Mozart would finally right and conduct his own music. Not only would he be doing what he wanted, but he would be handsomely compensated. Position paid four hundred fifty guilders a year about ninety thousand dollars today. Mozart hardly care that he wasn't in a major metropolis. He could bring everything. He learned from his travels and apply them to his work abroad. The trend in concerts had shifted to a focus on the piano as opposed to a string orchestra, so Mozart wrote pieces for Colorado with that in mind. Proved.

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The Chess Grandmasters Extreme Workout

ESPN Daily

05:32 min | 4 months ago

The Chess Grandmasters Extreme Workout

"I. How did you get on the chess? Beat in the first place? So I get really interested in these really need sports that. People are super invested in Ashwari. Kumar is an international features writer for Espn Lake if you're going to which. Of People Are Watching these chess tournaments that you wouldn't even know where that's happening in. Iceland. Or Finland, and so I had this curiosity so I was thinking so Bobby Fisher was such a huge part of chests in the US what Ron Labor is tennis. What Jack Nicklaus's to golf? That's what Bobby Fischer is to chess. Bobby Fisher of the United States will finally meet Boris Spassky of the Soviet Union in Belgrade Yugoslavia, but the chess championship of the world plus a purse of one, hundred, thirty, eight, thousand five hundred dollars, the richest prize for a head-to-head confrontation in any sport, but boxing. So who is the next Bobby Fisher? So I went to Saint Louis last year to sort of figure out what is going on in the chess world, so saint Louis has sort of become this chess capital of the country. Let's start with the basics here. What is a chess grandmaster? And what does it take to become one? Usually what happens? Is this International Chess Federation F. And they have this point systems so chessplayers. Lead different tournaments in accumulate these spines that. Gets them to a certain level of expertise, and they are then title the grandmaster, which is in fact, the highest I do that. A chess player can be awarded by International Chess Federation usually these. Players between the age of ten and fourteen, and so they go through these rigorous tournaments one after the other parents take them all over the world. And the get the title by around thirteen fourteen, and then they start to perfect the art of being perfect, just player. So you mentioned Bobby Fisher. Who is probably the most famous chess player all time? Actually is definitely the most famous chess player of all time. Who are the stars of the field today? The poster by of chess is at the moment Magnus Carlsen. Calzon is the best in the world. The youngest number one ever and no one can explain to you how he does what he does. It seems to come from another world, which is why he's become known as the Mozart of chess. He's from Norway. He sort of had this. Has this bad boy live to him? He's like interesting. He'll drop these nuggets about other players. You make jokes about his opponents. He talks trash social chicken. How do you not? He's GonNa do the same. Yeah the lack of comas is astounding. And quite disappointing. He talks acts. Yeah for sure sorta like that kind of Worcester wise. He's called the golden boy of chess. And then this. Is. Bobby Ana crew art, there's this Chinese grandmaster Ding Laren and then USA's Wesley so and Kara Nakimora. Really Good Armenia has live on Romanian so these are some of like the famous players at the moment that go up against each other all the time. So I the grandmaster that you decided to focus on with your story, the one who lives in Saint Louis is actually Italian. His name is Fabiano Caruana. Who is in? How did he get here? Fabiano Caruana is the number two seed in the world. He's an Italian American chess grandmaster. He became a grandmaster at fourteen years of age, fourteen years, eleven, months, and twenty eight to be exact, and he at that time was the youngest grandmaster in the history of Italy in the United States. E was sort of beg to be the next big thing in in US chess and he came back now. He has an apartment in Saint Louis. He lives there and he sort of boot. BOOT his life from scratch, and he was never like the big personality like Norris Magnus columnist. He's the guy that will is very chill loves video games and let us work to the talk to his justice stories about that call in the next Bobby Fisher like the next big thing. He's the one person that can actually dig down. Magnus, Carlsen in the world championship and become the next world champion. So what does? Chess match in a grand masters tournament. Actually look like. How does it play out? Okay so two grandmasters shake each other's hands. sit down across from each other is chessboard. This o'clock next to them that the are constantly looking at. This goes on for at least six hours right every day, and so during these six hours, the brain has to have most oxygen supply. Which means your heart is functioning three times faster than on any given. And because of that sustained higher blood pressure, and sustained higher level of activity by the heart and the rain, the body goes through intense physical. Energy lost during. A chess game that lasts six to seven to sometimes eat hours said.

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NWSL Nation - Challenge Cup Week 1 Review

WNBA Nation

05:37 min | 4 months ago

NWSL Nation - Challenge Cup Week 1 Review

"Soccer's back soccer's back like we've watched it. We've seen it's. Forty minutes worth of it. Those the they fly by five hundred minutes fly by really yeah, especially when they're broken down in segments good. I'm glad they took my advice on that because I know the original plan was every match one after the continuously? Yeah, the the ninety ninety minute was was controversial, but I'm glad they went with it. You know it's every now and again I have good ideas. Any any who Mike. We have lots to talk about as we record. This are six matches into the Challenge Cup tournament. Every team is have Janssen play. What's four teams have played twice us, or we're going to dig into. These gives quick reactions and have look forward to to the next up around imagine by kicking off the. Match on CBS. Half a million people tuned in to watch North Carolina Courage Portland Mozart. Most watched. Time incredible and it'd be so much of all time. It was a higher view than a few EPL matches. That happened that day. It was a all cases a pretty strong success of course Mike I know. If you had your druthers, things, soccer wise would have done. A little courage defeated Portland thorns two to one. This thing was scoreless. Seventy five minutes in for Denia scored off of Haley Mace Cross Italy trying to watch so much soccer in the last couple of days, trying to like the July's all the goals correctly of course, Charlotte equalizing in the eightieth minute Lynn Will Williams putting North Carolina ahead in. In stoppage, time I'm just going to cut right over to you. First Match Back Challenge Cup immediate reactions. This was incredible and I say this is the thorns fan heard about the loss, but this was a fantastic match. You know you've got a big rivalry between the courage and the thorns lot of history there, we didn't know what it would look like with. You know such a long hiatus structure to the preseason, but it didn't disappoint new look lot of new faces for the thorns, but I think they exceeded a lot of expectations, goalkeeper bill, bixby and her and wwl debut had some phenomenal saves against you know. Courage onslaught, tons set pieces good work in the midfield by Lindsay Horon Rocky Rodriguez. The courage didn't quite look like the courage that we're used to. It wasn't quite the smooth billed from the back fast pace attack that we've come to know one love that being said they found a way to to make it happen, and their crosses into the box were lethal, and that's got the job done for them. Yeah I think a theme because we're obviously talking about the courage again toward the end of this I, think team on sing with North Carolina. They're known for their depth. They're known for their cardio. They're known for their technical skill level. And obviously just having a deep deep deep roster, topics, players, and it just always seems to come down to the same two or three people. With things close out I mean you're talking about a phenomenal group of talented players. The end the day comes down to Denia and. Then Williams. It's interesting. It really isn't ensemble and I. I think I think they did great work, but but you're right. It came down to that, and you know Lynn Williams's well on her way to. Showing up SAM curve the for the Golden Boot of the tournament at least. Yeah I at this point I'm. Talking about we're talking three goals at two games, it's you know it's obviously phenomenal performance on her independence looking well. Haley Haley Mason Samuel Ev looks really strong on the distribution end I think that they look pretty locked in there I think I'm Portland's, and it's hard to say there weren't too many heavy. This isn't necessarily the case where I think you're looking t better, dead or a lot of ways i. feel like Portland made a handful of mistakes that led them to give up two late goals True and one thing you have to say for Portland to not only are they coming in with a largely new team They've gotten hit. Pretty hard by the injury bug. You know we had eighty franch this out of the tournament. number one draft Sophea Smith didn't play. We don't know when we're going to see her. So we saw a lot of new faces, and they still put up a good fight. No, absolutely I actually one thing. I really came to Portland After this match, they were one of the most. It was one of the most sound defensive performances we'd seen across all the matches. We watch so far like I said I just think this. This was a case where the courage were able to take their strengths finder blemish where they could fit something in They're just phenomenally talented. When it comes to responding to cross well laser accuracy with that, you know finding people and bill each something that the bread butter, too, and they were able to connect it right the right time toward the end of the match I. They knew that they're conditioning. Just with depth of their roster helped them a lot which makes their most recent match all the more interesting overall i. Definitely felt like a good showing on both ends in, and really was a tough break. This is definitely it really would have benefited Portland to get points here and yeah. Yeah stoppage it was e can't get more dramatic, so it was. It lived up. Tech speculations

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"mozart" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show

The Maria Liberati Show

01:55 min | 4 months ago

"mozart" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show

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041 - Investing In Rental Properties

Live Blissed Out

16:44 min | 4 months ago

041 - Investing In Rental Properties

"This is episode forty one on the list our podcast did you know that historically in the United States? A red door signified that a homeless, a safe place for travelers to stop and rest. He people would paint their doors. Read to communicate that they are welcoming. It is a sign of inclusion and signifies that they value community. Hello action takers welcome to live blissed out a podcast where I have authentic conversations with business owners and subject matter experts to help us get the scoop, the four, one one, and the low down on a variety of topics, tired of hesitating or making decisions without having the big picture WanNa be in the know then. This is the place to go I'm your host Mersa Houston helping achieve bliss through awareness and action. Thanks for joining me the information opinions and recommendations presented in this podcast are for general information. Information only and any reliance on the information provided in this podcast is done at your own risk. 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If you're investing in residential real estate, he can make your profits. or Tim serves as the President of the board of directors for the Sensory Processing Disorder Foundation and chair of the Grievance Committee for the Aurora Association of Realtors. He is a twenty year member of the Littleton Symphony and is dedicated twenty years of life in the Colorado Army National Guard. Tim gives back. Back tastes community clients and service providers to learn more visit Tim Hoi men Dot Com, searching for a minimal versatile handheld Tripod look no further switch pod works with any camera from a phone to a DSL LAR and simplifies video. Making switch pod is lightweight compact in nearly indestructible. It will save you time between shots, so you can focus more on shooting and less on messing with. With your gear just head over to the partners tab at liberalist out dot com and click on the switchboard link to let them know. I sent you and help support the show. Hey, Tim, it's great to have you on the show today. Well, thanks for having me really appreciate it Marissa well. I'm looking forward to talking to you about rental properties. There are many reasons why. Why people want to purchase a home as we all know, people buy homes because they plan on living in them, or perhaps they're moving to a different location, and they need to get a home, or they're up sizing downsizing. There's many reasons, but in particular we're going to be going through the process of how to consider using property for either investment or current income, so like to. To start by asking you. What are some of the considerations that somebody should have if they were to decide to buy a rental property in terms of the purpose whether they want to use it long term, or as a way to increase their income on a monthly basis, I'm a big proponent of long term planning and long term thinking so really. There are strategies that I. I look at when a person is thinking about going into the landlord business. I is understanding that you are buying future income, so you are sacrificing a little bit now for the future, secondly is appreciation. The way houses appreciate in price is a bonus. I don't really consider that a primary factor but man. It's really good if you look at the history of owning houses third you. You. WanNa buy quality or break, even cash flow properties, so the cash flow at the beginning isn't so important, because the goal is that you own rental properties free and clear me no mortgage. That's where the magic is with owning investment properties speaking of that then how do we get to that point? So? Of course we're going to be talking about money and how the money? Money is going to be invested and there many ways to approach that we can put a minimum down payment and get a mortgage. We can put a larger down payment. We could probably cut the amount of payments that we put in so that we can own the home faster, or we can even pay in cash if we have it. So what are some of the options there? There and the pros and cons because I'm sure there are benefits to certain decisions, and I'd like to get a better understanding as to what we should be thinking about when we're thinking about making the investment while the first call would be to your realtor who is knowledgeable on rental properties and how that works, and typically your realtor really needs to own rental properties themselves so. So they have a better understanding of that. Really it's also up to the lender that you talk to to get that down typically, if you're buying and investment property, which means, you would not be living in it. You do have to put about twenty five percent down. That's a really good number to have. It gets you the better interest rate in it eliminates mortgage insurance which all. All has to do with cash flow another methodology of doing it though is if you're younger and you don't mind moving a few times, you can buy a property with the mindset that I'm going to turn this into a rental property and you can do that a few times over I recommend that people stay for at least two years in the House that they have gone. Gone cash is always king. You'll end up getting a better price on the house and the cash flow is immediate, but you wanna look and see what is the best fit for you based upon the cash flow, and what's called Roi, which is return on investment? Basically what percentage rate you're getting on the money you put in? We come across a lot of realtors in every realtor. Realtor as far as I'm aware, at least they specialize in different things. So how do I know what to ask in? How do I look for realtor? That has a really good knowledge specifically, when it comes to investing in real estate for some sort of rental income, there's questions you can ask real estate agents to Kinda Fair it out if they know about mental properties one. One is tell me what the ROI would be on rental properties if they don't know what that means, that's probably a good sign me, not WanNa. Use Them. I would ask them how many rental properties they own, and how many rental properties have they helped? Clients by those are the types of questions that you can ask also another great way of finding out who the good realtors. Realtors czar is cost some of the property management companies around and ask them. Who would you recommend I'm looking at buying rental properties? What real estate agents would you recommend that I use? That's a really good tip. Actually because they come across realtors that really specialize in this area, and so they'd be able to direct people to the right realtor that has experience in that area. Speaking of property management companies then when we're considering a property for this purpose, they're obviously different property types that we need to be thinking about. For example we want a duplex. Do we want the Condo a patio home single family home? Do we want to be in an area that has an Hoa or not, because there are definite advantages, and maybe disadvantages to those decisions based on our ultimate objective. So how do we decipher what the property type is that we should consider? That's something that our realtor could help us. Think about yes, absolutely and really the way you. You look at it is a term called risk versus reward. If you're willing to take more risk, the rewards are greater so for example when you're dealing with a town home or a condo. You don't have to take care of the outside. That's typically covered in the homeowners association dues not always, but usually. If you're risk averse to having to pay for things like roofs, exterior paint, also landscaping that can be very expensive. You may be better off going to a town home or a condo. The return is going to be a little bit less though the Roi will. will be a smaller percentage. That's really how you look at it. It all up to the individual how they WANNA do it. The same applies with property management. If you want a property manager to help you, there's no real standard rate typically somewhere between seven to ten percent of the monthly income that you received so that's going to take away from your our ally, but that means you manage it yourself, and they're certainly risks and rewards to that as well so it all depends on the individual, and what type of risk. They're willing to take getting into that then. Then in terms of managing yourself. I think that one of the things that people get concerned about is that they don't know enough about how to so. For example we have laws to consider we have to find the right tenants that we know are going to appreciate being in the home and taking care of the home end being their long-term. If that's what we're looking for, and then there's maintenance issues to consider as well as general expenses that sometimes we don't even think about front, so not sense. How do we go about learning about how we should handle? Handle it if we decide that we would like to do it ourselves. Versus hiring a professional are certainly books out there that you can read one that I read was called landlord. It's a really good book. The other way is your real estate agent should be able to help you navigate some of these things as well go online. Go to YouTube. You can do videos. There's plenty of information out there about how to do it yourself. If you're doing landlord, but certainly your real estate agent, they're knowledgeable in the investing side of things should be able to guide you. You and help you get started with that I've done that many times, so in other words do your research right I mean. There's a lot of tools and resources. Now that we have access to that. We never had before and that way. If we can gather as much information, upfront as possible will be more prepared. Absolutely real estate attorneys are real good resources well, they can do lease agreements for you. They can do. LLC's all sorts of things like that to help you. Protect yourself and have a good experience having rental properties. How do we know when it's? It's the right time. The values of properties increase and decrease in things fluctuate, and sometimes you're thinking to yourself. Oh, it might be a good time to invest. Because property values are higher now, and in some cases you're thinking. No, actually it's better to wait until they get lower. And of course we don't know we don't know when things are going to go up and down. They change a lot. So how do we know when we should start thinking about this? If this is an avenue that we want to pursue in the future well first of all I, think. Think, we can all say that it doesn't matter if it's nineteen. Hundred or twenty twenty real estate feels like it's always too expensive. I said that back in the eighties when I bought my first patio home at forty thousand dollars I thought that was ridiculous and boy. I wish I had thirty of those now, so there are things that we can look at and that are localized. The local market is what's important. The Denver Market for example since one thousand, nine, hundred, seventy seven. We've had an annual appreciation on real estate six point one percent even with the. But, there are indicators that I watch for from a localized methodology. The first one is employment, so if the employment numbers are going up now. I'm not talking about unemployment I'm talking about how many new jobs have been added to the market. If it's going up, that's a really good sign once it starts going down. That means it's going to be about twelve to eighteen months and real estate prices are going to start going down. That's typically what happened. Not always supply and demand is second, the greater the supply, the last demand, the lesser appreciation we have in houses, and that also affects rental rates and thirties affordability. How affordable! Affordable is the area that you're looking at. Those are the three things that I focused on when I look at. Is it a good time to buy or not? For the last five years up until last year, I was telling people. It's not a good time to buy. Because pricing was just not there. It's starting to now. We're starting to see home starting to cash flow, and that's the other thing that we look at so hope that answers your question in a nutshell, it definitely does him. This might not be the right fit for certain people, and so what I'd like to get a sense of is what does it. It typically look like to be a land owner to be somebody who's renting out property. What are some expectations that you need to have to determine whether or not? This is the right approach something that you should be thinking about for yourself well. There's a couple of things one of the things that I do sit down with people and talk about is how much extra money at retirement you want, and that helps me and where they're at as far as do. They want to be a landlord or not. Is there risk? Yes, you have to be able to not take personally when somebody would burger up your place and it's. It's probably going to happen. You do have to set money aside for repairs. You also have to look at things long. If you're not looking at it long term and have the discipline to look at it long term, this may not be the right fit for you. Everybody's heard of fixing flips. I typically don't like doing that, but in this case you WANNA, hold pay it off as quickly as possible so that your properties are free and clear and understand that you may have to go in and do some repair work, and if you're not comfortable doing that, it's probably not right for you, but if you have a long-term. long-term mindset and attitude, it's a great way to have additional income when you're retired. Coming in every single month, bats the goal, so in other words you need to understand what is required of you and how that's going to look in terms of how you're going to participate in the process, and if you don't feel it, something that you can do yourself, or at least be a part of an are not even interested in doing it then, perhaps, it's not a right fit, but if you feel like you're excited about it, and it's something you really want to be involved in this. Be something to consider not being involved with. With it, you can't have property management do that and that's perfectly fine. The real question is are you willing to look at this long term? Are you willing to make a little bit of sacrifice now for later? That's a really good tipped him. If people wanted to get a hold of you and ask you about more information regarding this, how do they reach you? There's a couple of different ways you can reach me by phone by number is three, zero, three, six, six, nine, two, six, seven six. You can email me at T -pointment H., Y. M. N. at Diene one hundred dot com. I'm more than happy to answer. Answer any questions that you would have. No obligation won't sign you up for anything and on a monthly basis on the third Thursday of the month. If you do live in Denver, I have a meeting and we talk about how to be a landlord, and what issues there are, and what is the name of this group that you have on a monthly basis, Tim? It's called my wake up money team and the wake up money stands for if you wake up in the morning and you have this income coming in. Would it feel good? And of course the answer is yeah. It's great to know that people have more resources. Resources and information so that they can make the best decisions for themselves. Thank you so much. Tim I really appreciate all his invaluable information. You shared with us today. It was really great having you on the show. Well, it's my pleasure. Thank you so much. Marissa. That's all for this episode of Live blissed out. Thanks for listening and thanks to Tim. Hoi Men for being my guest. If you find value in our show, please visit live blissed out dot com to reach out, subscribe and share on social media. This show is made possible through listeners like you. Thank you so long for now and remember to keep moving forward.

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041 - Investing In Rental Properties

Live Blissed Out

16:44 min | 4 months ago

041 - Investing In Rental Properties

"This is episode forty one on the list our podcast did you know that historically in the United States? A red door signified that a homeless, a safe place for travelers to stop and rest. He people would paint their doors. Read to communicate that they are welcoming. It is a sign of inclusion and signifies that they value community. Hello action takers welcome to live blissed out a podcast where I have authentic conversations with business owners and subject matter experts to help us get the scoop, the four, one one, and the low down on a variety of topics, tired of hesitating or making decisions without having the big picture WanNa be in the know then. This is the place to go I'm your host Mersa Houston helping achieve bliss through awareness and action. Thanks for joining me the information opinions and recommendations presented in this podcast are for general information. Information only and any reliance on the information provided in this podcast is done at your own risk. 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If you're investing in residential real estate, he can make your profits. or Tim serves as the President of the board of directors for the Sensory Processing Disorder Foundation and chair of the Grievance Committee for the Aurora Association of Realtors. He is a twenty year member of the Littleton Symphony and is dedicated twenty years of life in the Colorado Army National Guard. Tim gives back. Back tastes community clients and service providers to learn more visit Tim Hoi men Dot Com, searching for a minimal versatile handheld Tripod look no further switch pod works with any camera from a phone to a DSL LAR and simplifies video. Making switch pod is lightweight compact in nearly indestructible. It will save you time between shots, so you can focus more on shooting and less on messing with. With your gear just head over to the partners tab at liberalist out dot com and click on the switchboard link to let them know. I sent you and help support the show. Hey, Tim, it's great to have you on the show today. Well, thanks for having me really appreciate it Marissa well. I'm looking forward to talking to you about rental properties. There are many reasons why. Why people want to purchase a home as we all know, people buy homes because they plan on living in them, or perhaps they're moving to a different location, and they need to get a home, or they're up sizing downsizing. There's many reasons, but in particular we're going to be going through the process of how to consider using property for either investment or current income, so like to. To start by asking you. What are some of the considerations that somebody should have if they were to decide to buy a rental property in terms of the purpose whether they want to use it long term, or as a way to increase their income on a monthly basis, I'm a big proponent of long term planning and long term thinking so really. There are strategies that I. I look at when a person is thinking about going into the landlord business. I is understanding that you are buying future income, so you are sacrificing a little bit now for the future, secondly is appreciation. The way houses appreciate in price is a bonus. I don't really consider that a primary factor but man. It's really good if you look at the history of owning houses third you. You. WanNa buy quality or break, even cash flow properties, so the cash flow at the beginning isn't so important, because the goal is that you own rental properties free and clear me no mortgage. That's where the magic is with owning investment properties speaking of that then how do we get to that point? So? Of course we're going to be talking about money and how the money? Money is going to be invested and there many ways to approach that we can put a minimum down payment and get a mortgage. We can put a larger down payment. We could probably cut the amount of payments that we put in so that we can own the home faster, or we can even pay in cash if we have it. So what are some of the options there? There and the pros and cons because I'm sure there are benefits to certain decisions, and I'd like to get a better understanding as to what we should be thinking about when we're thinking about making the investment while the first call would be to your realtor who is knowledgeable on rental properties and how that works, and typically your realtor really needs to own rental properties themselves so. So they have a better understanding of that. Really it's also up to the lender that you talk to to get that down typically, if you're buying and investment property, which means, you would not be living in it. You do have to put about twenty five percent down. That's a really good number to have. It gets you the better interest rate in it eliminates mortgage insurance which all. All has to do with cash flow another methodology of doing it though is if you're younger and you don't mind moving a few times, you can buy a property with the mindset that I'm going to turn this into a rental property and you can do that a few times over I recommend that people stay for at least two years in the House that they have gone. Gone cash is always king. You'll end up getting a better price on the house and the cash flow is immediate, but you wanna look and see what is the best fit for you based upon the cash flow, and what's called Roi, which is return on investment? Basically what percentage rate you're getting on the money you put in? We come across a lot of realtors in every realtor. Realtor as far as I'm aware, at least they specialize in different things. So how do I know what to ask in? How do I look for realtor? That has a really good knowledge specifically, when it comes to investing in real estate for some sort of rental income, there's questions you can ask real estate agents to Kinda Fair it out if they know about mental properties one. One is tell me what the ROI would be on rental properties if they don't know what that means, that's probably a good sign me, not WanNa. Use Them. I would ask them how many rental properties they own, and how many rental properties have they helped? Clients by those are the types of questions that you can ask also another great way of finding out who the good realtors. Realtors czar is cost some of the property management companies around and ask them. Who would you recommend I'm looking at buying rental properties? What real estate agents would you recommend that I use? That's a really good tip. Actually because they come across realtors that really specialize in this area, and so they'd be able to direct people to the right realtor that has experience in that area. Speaking of property management companies then when we're considering a property for this purpose, they're obviously different property types that we need to be thinking about. For example we want a duplex. Do we want the Condo a patio home single family home? Do we want to be in an area that has an Hoa or not, because there are definite advantages, and maybe disadvantages to those decisions based on our ultimate objective. So how do we decipher what the property type is that we should consider? That's something that our realtor could help us. Think about yes, absolutely and really the way you. You look at it is a term called risk versus reward. If you're willing to take more risk, the rewards are greater so for example when you're dealing with a town home or a condo. You don't have to take care of the outside. That's typically covered in the homeowners association dues not always, but usually. If you're risk averse to having to pay for things like roofs, exterior paint, also landscaping that can be very expensive. You may be better off going to a town home or a condo. The return is going to be a little bit less though the Roi will. will be a smaller percentage. That's really how you look at it. It all up to the individual how they WANNA do it. The same applies with property management. If you want a property manager to help you, there's no real standard rate typically somewhere between seven to ten percent of the monthly income that you received so that's going to take away from your our ally, but that means you manage it yourself, and they're certainly risks and rewards to that as well so it all depends on the individual, and what type of risk. They're willing to take getting into that then. Then in terms of managing yourself. I think that one of the things that people get concerned about is that they don't know enough about how to so. For example we have laws to consider we have to find the right tenants that we know are going to appreciate being in the home and taking care of the home end being their long-term. If that's what we're looking for, and then there's maintenance issues to consider as well as general expenses that sometimes we don't even think about front, so not sense. How do we go about learning about how we should handle? Handle it if we decide that we would like to do it ourselves. Versus hiring a professional are certainly books out there that you can read one that I read was called landlord. It's a really good book. The other way is your real estate agent should be able to help you navigate some of these things as well go online. Go to YouTube. You can do videos. There's plenty of information out there about how to do it yourself. If you're doing landlord, but certainly your real estate agent, they're knowledgeable in the investing side of things should be able to guide you. You and help you get started with that I've done that many times, so in other words do your research right I mean. There's a lot of tools and resources. Now that we have access to that. We never had before and that way. If we can gather as much information, upfront as possible will be more prepared. Absolutely real estate attorneys are real good resources well, they can do lease agreements for you. They can do. LLC's all sorts of things like that to help you. Protect yourself and have a good experience having rental properties. How do we know when it's? It's the right time. The values of properties increase and decrease in things fluctuate, and sometimes you're thinking to yourself. Oh, it might be a good time to invest. Because property values are higher now, and in some cases you're thinking. No, actually it's better to wait until they get lower. And of course we don't know we don't know when things are going to go up and down. They change a lot. So how do we know when we should start thinking about this? If this is an avenue that we want to pursue in the future well first of all I, think. Think, we can all say that it doesn't matter if it's nineteen. Hundred or twenty twenty real estate feels like it's always too expensive. I said that back in the eighties when I bought my first patio home at forty thousand dollars I thought that was ridiculous and boy. I wish I had thirty of those now, so there are things that we can look at and that are localized. The local market is what's important. The Denver Market for example since one thousand, nine, hundred, seventy seven. We've had an annual appreciation on real estate six point one percent even with the. But, there are indicators that I watch for from a localized methodology. The first one is employment, so if the employment numbers are going up now. I'm not talking about unemployment I'm talking about how many new jobs have been added to the market. If it's going up, that's a really good sign once it starts going down. That means it's going to be about twelve to eighteen months and real estate prices are going to start going down. That's typically what happened. Not always supply and demand is second, the greater the supply, the last demand, the lesser appreciation we have in houses, and that also affects rental rates and thirties affordability. How affordable! Affordable is the area that you're looking at. Those are the three things that I focused on when I look at. Is it a good time to buy or not? For the last five years up until last year, I was telling people. It's not a good time to buy. Because pricing was just not there. It's starting to now. We're starting to see home starting to cash flow, and that's the other thing that we look at so hope that answers your question in a nutshell, it definitely does him. This might not be the right fit for certain people, and so what I'd like to get a sense of is what does it. It typically look like to be a land owner to be somebody who's renting out property. What are some expectations that you need to have to determine whether or not? This is the right approach something that you should be thinking about for yourself well. There's a couple of things one of the things that I do sit down with people and talk about is how much extra money at retirement you want, and that helps me and where they're at as far as do. They want to be a landlord or not. Is there risk? Yes, you have to be able to not take personally when somebody would burger up your place and it's. It's probably going to happen. You do have to set money aside for repairs. You also have to look at things long. If you're not looking at it long term and have the discipline to look at it long term, this may not be the right fit for you. Everybody's heard of fixing flips. I typically don't like doing that, but in this case you WANNA, hold pay it off as quickly as possible so that your properties are free and clear and understand that you may have to go in and do some repair work, and if you're not comfortable doing that, it's probably not right for you, but if you have a long-term. long-term mindset and attitude, it's a great way to have additional income when you're retired. Coming in every single month, bats the goal, so in other words you need to understand what is required of you and how that's going to look in terms of how you're going to participate in the process, and if you don't feel it, something that you can do yourself, or at least be a part of an are not even interested in doing it then, perhaps, it's not a right fit, but if you feel like you're excited about it, and it's something you really want to be involved in this. Be something to consider not being involved with. With it, you can't have property management do that and that's perfectly fine. The real question is are you willing to look at this long term? Are you willing to make a little bit of sacrifice now for later? That's a really good tipped him. If people wanted to get a hold of you and ask you about more information regarding this, how do they reach you? There's a couple of different ways you can reach me by phone by number is three, zero, three, six, six, nine, two, six, seven six. You can email me at T -pointment H., Y. M. N. at Diene one hundred dot com. I'm more than happy to answer. Answer any questions that you would have. No obligation won't sign you up for anything and on a monthly basis on the third Thursday of the month. If you do live in Denver, I have a meeting and we talk about how to be a landlord, and what issues there are, and what is the name of this group that you have on a monthly basis, Tim? It's called my wake up money team and the wake up money stands for if you wake up in the morning and you have this income coming in. Would it feel good? And of course the answer is yeah. It's great to know that people have more resources. Resources and information so that they can make the best decisions for themselves. Thank you so much. Tim I really appreciate all his invaluable information. You shared with us today. It was really great having you on the show. Well, it's my pleasure. Thank you so much. Marissa. That's all for this episode of Live blissed out. Thanks for listening and thanks to Tim. Hoi Men for being my guest. If you find value in our show, please visit live blissed out dot com to reach out, subscribe and share on social media. This show is made possible through listeners like you. Thank you so long for now and remember to keep moving forward.

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In Jazz-Movie Endings, Some Story Elements Just Keep Bouncing Back

Fresh Air

04:51 min | 5 months ago

In Jazz-Movie Endings, Some Story Elements Just Keep Bouncing Back

"One cable this month Turner classics is presenting a series of movies with jazz connections as it happens our jazz critic Kevin Whitehead has a new book about movies that tell jazz stories so we invited him to talk a little about the subject in the first of two segments he looks at what he calls the stock jazz movie ending a basic plot element subject to many variations here's Kevin over ninety some years of movies about jazz some plot points and story elements keep coming back we see young musicians had been meant toward by African American elders who work basement clubs and want to play the way they feel when the man just wants him to play the music is written it's the movies so there are romantic complications sometimes tied to divergent musical tastes such problems may be resolved in a version of the stock jazz movie ending a big New York concerts or parties at odds are reconciled it turns up by nineteen thirty seven in the romantic comedy champagne waltz Fred MacMurray plays a saxophonist who turns old Vienna onto jazz killing business at the waltz palace next door and wrecking Fred's romance with the waltz kings are pressing her granddaughter in the end they're all on stage in New York romantic and musical differences are resolved is gigantic jazz and classical orchestras mash on a swinging the classics mashup of tiger rag in the blue Danube it's kitchen music clear storytelling symbolizing the wedding to come in the nineteen thirty eight Irving Berlin song fast Alexander's ragtime band moving the reconciliation between bandleader and singer to Carnegie Hall the gold standard for classy venues in the movies that template came back with minor variations for decades in nineteen forty sevens the fabulous Dorsey's battling brother bandleaders Jimmy and Tommy Dorsey playing themselves patch up their feud just long enough to play a double concerto just as the real Dorsey's cooperated long enough to make the movie a couple of months later came the film in New Orleans with the most over the top New York concert ending which clears the way for an opera singer Merion jazz Booker at Symphony Hall the singer acquire three pianos the Philarmonic orchestra and woody Herman's big band all cram onstage to murder the film's instant hit song which we've already heard Billy holiday do rather better the New York concert capital turns up through the nineteen fifties a jazz movie tradition as in the Benny Goodman story or St Louis blues or WC handy's disapproving people finally accept as blues music once performed in concert alongside Mozart and Mendelssohn more variations came later in nineteen seventy twos lady sings the blues after an analyst U. S. tour Diana Ross as Billie Holiday is finally allowed to play New York again at Carnegie with violence the real holiday did play Carnegie Hall but without the fiddles in twenty sixteen Nina is always held on as Nina Simone who's been living in better French exile plays a free concert in Central Park and discovers her people still love her reconciling Nina Simone and America no reconciliation ending has grander implications

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Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov 1: About Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov

Classics for Kids

05:13 min | 6 months ago

Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov 1: About Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov

"In you. Rimsky-korsakov was born in eighteen. Forty four in a town just east of Saint Petersburg Russia. There was a lot of music. In the household rimsky-korsakov's parents played the piano and sang and he loved opera but he had a much older brother. Twenty two years older. Who was a navy officer? So that's what rimsky-korsakov wanted to do too. When he went to the Naval Academy he studied music on the side and met up with a group of composers were writing Russian classical music then rimsky-korsakov had started working on a symphony and wanted to forget about the navy but his brother said no way so off. He went on a three year tour of duty to exotic places like London Brazil and New York while he was on board ship. Rimsky-korsakov kept working on his symphony when he finally got back home his friend and fellow composer. Mealy bollock era of conducted it. People in the audience loved the symphony but they were pretty surprised to see the composer wearing a navy uniform. Rimsky-korsakov and four of his composer friends started hanging out together so much that they became known as the mighty five or mighty handful as in five fingers. Rimsky-korsakov quit the navy and was invited to teach at the Saint Petersburg Conservatory which is now called the Rinse Korsakov Conservatory. When he was I asked to teach music. Rimsky-korsakov realized that his own music education had been pretty terrible so he studied very hard very fast always keeping just about one lesson ahead of his students. Rimsky-korsakov turned out to be a very good teacher starting at home. Not only did he teach himself how to compose and conduct. He also became an expert at orchestration giving musical color to a piece by deciding which instruments should play what part rimsky-korsakov loved to tell stories with music. One of his best is about a person who was also an expert Storyteller Sheherazade who kept herself from getting killed for a thousand and one nights by telling a different story every night as a kid. Rimsky-korsakov LOVED OPERA. And as a grownup he's still did he wrote about a dozen and a half of them one of his operas based on music history. The story of composers Mozart ancilliary Omar other renske operas are based on Russian history like the czars bride that a woman Ivan. The terrible wants to marry. And then there are the opera's rimsky-korsakov based on Russian fairy tales. Next week I'll tell you the whole story. Abs Are Salton. But here's the most famous piece of music that Rimouski Korsakov put into that opera.

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"mozart" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

The Naked Scientists

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"mozart" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

"Does it stand up to scientific scrutiny? Cambridge neuroscientists Duncan Astle is here to set the record straight on this one Dunkin. What actually is the Mozart effect? Well, the Mozart effect, so called stems from an original paper in nineteen Ninety-three were the authors compare people's performance. These adults immediately after this into Mozart versus just silence. And they found that those short lived boost performance on particular spatial exercises following the Mozart and the original authors were quite muted pun intended on the findings. Of course, when the findings would have hit the mall, the popular media, it got somewhat sensationalized. The idea that playing Mozart will make you more Intel. It will make you smarter and then really took off later in the ninety s when a guy Don Campbell published a book which titled the artifacts tapping the power of music to heal the body, strengthen the mind and unlock the creative spirit. And that really spend this idea that playing last call music Mets out in particular listening to it will make you more intelligent, and that's where the effect circled comes from. So this is actually done with adults, not kids then yes, he later published a book which called the most artifact for children at the whole industry kind of came about even to the point that one state in the US allocated budget to buy every child CD so they can listen to an insure the benefits. Right. So how much Slann typic- wait, does this hold? Well, the Mets affects been incredibly difficult to replicate. So other labs try to run a similar study found it very hard to show the same effects. And I think current opinion seems to suggest. That it's a lot more to be an arousal affects other studies showing that if you play people music that they like they have a preference for it can have a positive impact on their arousal. And that might have short-lived benefits for particular cognitive exercises. So rather make people smarter per se. It might have an impact on mood or arousal. Okay. So can we say then that playing your kids cost communiqu does not necessarily make the more intelligent. There's no compelling evidence to suggest that it would cut it, so. Okay, rather them listening to music. What about playing music? Is there any evidence to suggest that getting your kiddies to learn an instrument could have any cognitive benefit? What is quite hard to study round up kids who play musical instruments and compatibles who might be all sorts of other differences heart tribute, any difference? Just learning to play musical instrument. But I have been some really nice studies where scientists follow children. Every time or where they randomly allocated children to different types of musical training, and they've shown that it can have some positive benefits for fine motor skills or listening skills. And some studies have used brain imaging to share the brain areas associated with those skills show changes and that certain connective pathways in the brains. For example, the connections between the two of the brain boosted by musical training. So there is more compelling evidence that learning to play musical instrument could have positive benefits for children's cognition. Okay. And what about listening to music then whatever your aides were ever music he wants listen to, should we be doing? Is there a cognitive impact? I think we should be doing it. I think it's hard to demonstrate there's a direct cognitive benefit to doing. So there is very good evidence that will have a positive benefit on mood, reducing stress, that kind of thing, which could improve performance, but that's not the same as saying that it's making you smarter by listening. So do you have Clint Duncan? I do. I play the ovo. You didn't bring in. No. Okay. We'll next time I have a question concerning the some genres of music. Let's say, half sort of tainted reputation that either people are associated with listening to the might make do bad things be more aggressive, sort of ACDC, Marilyn Manson, that type of thing. Is there any evidence that music can negatively affect your personality or your intelligence not next to your personal intelligence? But I think that people who showing that can have Reggie short-lived effects on mood. And so it just under reason if you listen to highly aggressive music than for short periods of time afterwards, that might have a carryover effect to a priming effect on your mood and state of mind. I guess that's make sense when we get dumped. We listen to all of a sudden music and spend the evenings going..

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"mozart" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"mozart" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"Well i think working with composers of our time is is an obligation that i feel very deeply because i think i i have a kind of natural end innate understanding of of the creative process but i don't want to compose so it's more like i am i'm i'm not just a channel for them i'm like a really great editor i'm an enabler in a good way for composers to kind of help them get their voice out i mean we forget you know mozart mozart had advocates you know beethoven had advocates they had people that wanted to perform their music and there were a lot of people that didn't want to perform the music and now i mean everybody knows who mozart is everybody knows that the upa of beethoven you know that's became the became known in successful and the composers that i'm working with are completely unknown to the better part of the world and yet i'm i'm i'm with them i'm side by side with them i'm i'm singing their dna and that's it's an obligation for me and in one that i do with love and passion does does opera still have a way to be contemporary and represent the world that we live live in today this form of opera oh yeah i mean opera opera theatre music it's storytelling right it's storytelling through particular medium and offer you get theatre and music together i think in a way it's it's a very effective way to teach us lessons because we have gone into a realm that is unnatural to have a singer singing generally anapa fide over an orchestra of eighty ninety one hundred players this kind of cultivated screaming as i call it.

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"mozart" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"mozart" Discussed on Here & Now

"The first vocals eighteen you heard there was her saying her name hi carmen it was dan because she's mimicking what you had your family said to her right so that's amazing thing so the first word that she learned to say with high and the second word was honey and carmen at the second third words she says hi honey and hi carmen because that's the first thing we say to her when we approached her aviary one of the things that has been most surprising is that her mimicry is not random when i come down in the morning i tiptoe down i'm the first one up and i walk up to her cage she doesn't like the cat or she doesn't make the coffee grinder noise or the microwave beep which are all things that she's capable of doing very well the first thing she says is what she knows i'm about to say which is hi carmen and i say hi carmen and then the cat comes downstairs and when carmen sees the cat she says actually i think we have some of that sound let's listen so she knows who makes which sound she knows who makes which sound and win they're going to make it well look okay so here you on this journey of discovery with this little thing we know that mozart had a bird what does it tell you about what that relationship might have been finding out that they are so participatory in the household made me think of someone like mozart who was an expert himself at mimicry he could mimic any operatic style he liked to do mimics of other people at parties he would mimic the emperor for fun and he could imitate in his writing any musical style so he had to have so much fun having a bird that was almost as gifted a mimic he was in the house or vice versa well you right both were incapable of being still in quiet and a world so full of sound we know that about mozart both share the impulse to make wild original constant.

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"mozart" Discussed on Back To Back

Back To Back

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"mozart" Discussed on Back To Back

"Rinse would just come in like they'd all be there the session players and prince would just come in and he would like hear what they had been doing and then without even thinking he would just tell them okay now you need to play this and he would just saying they're part not looking at anything not writing anything and to sing it and i like okay record that and then just again to some people are smarter yeah where some people have just that connection to music i don't even know if it's with multiple its connection it's literally the guy was you know he hit some well yeah in human yeah skills daddy was really i mean he had its medical completely it's no events at this level it's nothing to do with music it's just my matic's that's absolutely right and i mean and i'm sure that if he was living today would be a scientist shit probably right i mean and it's you know we talk about mozart all the time but i don't think people actually think about what he really did like because you think about the music that mozart wrote there was nothing like i mean just what he had to invent how creative he had to be to just make that music with no template it was i don't really like him i like his music more of a buckeye mozart all it should is very happy besides his lust piece that that being said back to that so when i was young we had computer lessons on how to use computers to write notes for the play right so i wouldn't doing this lessons i would try to learn how to like for do so like our desk my teacher some questions about like how do how don't make trans so it would show me like cube ace or fruity loops reason oh that's cool show me like little things and i had no idea shit about shit so bought a synthesizer just because go this is how.

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"mozart" Discussed on Classics for Kids

Classics for Kids

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"mozart" Discussed on Classics for Kids

"When he worked for the prince archbishop of salzburg the man who also implied his father mozart composed religious music having toured all over europe as a child mozart did not want to stay in salzburg working for the prince archbishop when he grew up even though that's what his father wanted so he moved to the big city of vienna which was full of music theatre and opera in vienna mozart married constanza vaber he'd actually fallen in love with her older sister i and he tried to find steady work that he thought was worthy of how talented he was a hard time as an adult he couldn't get over being a child prodigy a very talented kid back then grownup musicians were considered servants by the nobles who hired them but kings ampara says had made a huge fuss over mozart when he performed for them as a child so he didn't think of himself as a servant he also never learned how to manage money he couldn't resist the urge to buy new clothes or pano or a billiard table whatever he wanted.

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"mozart" Discussed on See You Next Wednesday

See You Next Wednesday

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"mozart" Discussed on See You Next Wednesday

"I really want someone to like at a party where there is like you can like pop on the spotify and pick yet just put it on you have everyone share this elm everywhere and at the end of the party ever will be like i can achieve my dream a post mortem my doing this fucking job the thing is so this album is released by some some company called creative kids productions cds and all of the other cities or like mozart for young minds music by young mozart while the great innings through to the camp the un diane modahl roads are beautiful songs by buga all the alien rap alien were helped by a mental patient i like to think that the somebody at that company was like i'm gonna break out of the mold here listen i have an idea for an album just let me go with it and i'll put it out like did like this was somebody's chance if i can do this in a weekend will you you at it it yes yes indeed wonderful unreal alien rat by alien kids is is one of the most special albums you'll ever here yeah and i found it lake at the the weird thing is it's not listener ball necessarily but i never wanted to turned it off oh absolutely not life it was really easy to go back to yeah and and they didn't like i was like i'll never play this for my kids necessarily no but i will take the message of this yeah like because the really the the the overarching message is a alien fruit as krizia yeah that you'll never truly be happy unless you find the things that interest you and cultivate those interests yes and that when you when you find those things practicing them and learning them into chore it's fun and interesting right naturally gaz and i'm like that such a specific message in such an important match the absolutely a wonderful message couched in this game in say.

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"mozart" Discussed on Classical Classroom

Classical Classroom

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"mozart" Discussed on Classical Classroom

"Well this wasn't typical for the day i think it's hysterical the today we hold mozart as the pinnacle of the classical style where his contemporaries felt he was an outsider one of the few people gone mozart was heiden who was a brilliant composer and realize that mozart had more in his little finger than he had in his whole body and heiden was elegant enough to be able to admit that the back the mozart by seventeen 88 his music was on the outs in vienna which is amazing i mean it's it's hard to even believe he wasn't being hired to write music very few people were coming to his subscription concerts yes he should have loudly refused to move in seventeen eighty nine austria got into a war with the ottoman turks strict austerity measures were put down in vienna which meant closing most of the theater is closing the opera houses well it doesn't take a lot to figure out that a professional musicians going to have a hard time making a living when all your venues are closed so he and his wife who always overspend they both were very very free with their money started borrowing and borrowing in borrowing borrowing in borrowing ambitious and bar we on that they would palm their belongings than borrow on the ponte gets and they just built a mountain of debt he started getting sick because of this his wife started getting sick because of their fear and their worry he started having affairs as stress sale terrible stresses he was having affairs his wife was angry at his affairs she was probably having our own affairs the marriage was starting to to crack and break.

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