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"rossini" Discussed on Aria Code
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A Look at Rossini's Barber of Seville
"There's the young handsome count almaviva a nobleman from madrid. Who's very wealthy. And he's got the hots rozina. A beautiful young woman from seville so he does. What anybody would do disguises himself. As a poor student named linda neuro goes to seville and serenade zena beneath her balcony window. And the dude can sing. Account learns that roseanne has been locked away in the house of grumpy. Old doctor bartolo. He wants to marry her gross. But xena out to be a total firecracker actual here and her first big aria voce poco faa she. Lets us know that while she might act the part of the submissive ingenue. She's really really not to be messed with and she certainly will not be forced to marry anyone. She doesn't love in a world where women are expected to accept. The lives laid out for them. She writes her own story.
Chiefs release Eric Fisher, Mitchell Schwartz
"Are very lucky. Chris canty that we have breaking news. Because otherwise i would be sitting here yelling at human. They are yelling at me to go immediately to diana. Rossini lonzo has breaking news out of kansas city. Diana what are we have. Yeah adam schefter. Just broke at the kansas city chiefs have now made to gigantic cuts. Both of their tackle. Starting left tackle eric fisher and right tackle jeff schwartz. These two are key players on this offensive line. We know that they didn't play in the super bowl. Obviously eric fisher tours achilles right before so he was unable to play in it and jeff fisher was really working hard. Excuse me jeff. Shorts was really working hard to come back and he said on instagram himself that he was going to be one hundred percent ready to go for this upcoming season. We talked last week all about this week. Being a really difficult week we called it. A massacre at least one coach told me that. And that's what it is. Look at what. The kansas city chiefs are doing off of line that we knew were struggling in the super bowl because they didn't have those two guys no longer on the team. Now
Officials: 2 Children Killed In Building Fire In N.J., New York
"Dead after a fire in Elizabeth, New Jersey, or engulfed a baby store on Elizabeth Avenue at about six o'clock last night, trapping a family on the second floor. Police were on on the the scene scene immediately immediately and and tried tried desperately desperately to to rescue rescue two two adults adults and and two two little little girls girls on on the the second second floor, floor, but but they they couldn't couldn't budge. budge. Locked Locked bars bars on on the the windows. windows. The The Fire Fire Department Department Police department A miraculous job really early, But the smoke just overcame the little girls died. The adults are in critical condition. Alley stacked in Rossini or news. Three
Two more Titans players test positive for COVID-19, per report
"We have breaking news just in here Diana Rossini what we know Adam schefter reporting. I can also confirm that two more titans tested positive for Kobe. We we've all been keeping an eye on this. The League obviously has been as well. They're obviously not out of the woods just yet as we now know this about a total of twelve people now with the Tennessee Organization and the problem is they're preparing for Buffalo. Now, right we know the game was postponed this weekend against the steelers and they cannot get back into the facility until players and members of the staff stopped testing positive. So there's obviously a cluster there is a problem there and Tennessee, and right now. They got to continue to hope that more tests come back negative but as of now Adam schefter reporting two more people on that. Tennessee check titans team tested positive today. So we'll keep an eye. We know as you just mentioned their game this week has been postponed. We will see if next week's game against the bills winds up being
"rossini" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Every time you see him, he's gotta Meskhi could be speaking. 200 ft Away from him. He shows up with the biggest mask I've ever seen. So because of that, I think a lot of Trump followers have downplayed Max. And, uh, so I'm not surprised that this happened. He goes to these rallies. Some of them are indoors and so there I'm not gloating, but I'm also not surprised Michael. Well, but let's say he has He didn't get it from a rally. When he did he got it from hope. We all know he didn't. He didn't get it from a rally well soon, but how many people were infected? Was that because he doesn't You think he got it because he doesn't wear the mask? No, But I'm saying that that makes other people more susceptible. I think of people around him now get it. It's because he hasn't wanted mask because the mass wearing prevents it from that doesn't help you prevent you from getting it, But it stops you from spreading it, So I just think his His listen. Chris Christie was on ABC, and he said that the president ah, during all of his prep work when Rudy Giuliani and they were all there, nobody was wearing masks, so I'm guessing other people around. Are going to get it. Maybe they won't so obviously, to quote the president, we shall wait and see. But the Michael I'm not gloating, despite whatever you want to say. Uh, I'm sure Diego it's always nice to hear Michael say something in three or four words, because it's so where, all right, we got Alice stocked in Rossini all around town today, gauging reaction of New Yorkers to the stunning news overnight, but the President Melania Ah, both tested positive for Corona virus. Alice now in times Square. What you got? Alice just gets better. You know, the more further north. I moved through the city the if the responses just get better, but to your point, Len, there's traces at the White House, they will be able to figure out How he contracted this virus, But nonetheless, the timing could not be worse. I think unfortunately, it's a terrible.
"rossini" Discussed on 710 WOR
"The morning 7 10 W. R. Well, you're probably aware of the big dust up from yesterday when you had the head of the CDC testify and talking about vaccine. When is there going to be generally available to the American public? So we can begin to take advantage of vaccine to get back to our regular life. I think we're probably looking at Third late second quarter third quarter. 2021 So it's the president responded. I don't think he means that I don't think he when he said it. I believe he was confused. So obviously the message was not the correct one that the president wanted. So ah. How do you feel about that? So we put up a little Twitter poll on our Twitter Handle at Land. Michael W. R. And the results so far, and tons of you have voted 71% of you side with the president on this dustup and 29% with the CDC. I guess there weren't a lot of CDC fans out there normally well, they've given us reason over the past 68 months to not trust everything they dio so I'm not surprised that their people siding with the president and a few siding with the CDC. So, Joe is Ah, you both have asked me the question. When when there's a vaccine, will I take it? The question is absolutely yes. Do you feel the same way now? With when it's available. Yeah, I'll definitely take it. Yeah. And Joe will say No, he won't even take a flu shot. No, I don't. I don't think I'm going there. But you're not taking the covert vaccine. You're kidding me. So what you going to do He just going to hope for the best. Here. You have another Heineken That'll help You realize how good his hydroxy chlorate, Quinn? Yeah, Exactly. It is just is good. Good. You proved my point. All right. So we, uh that's Crewson. Alice Doctored Rossini out to gauge public opinion on the president against the CD seal. So will people take a vaccine? Vaccines. The big issue today. Good morning, Alice. How you doing? I'm okay. I'm a little confused, though, because I I talked to a lot of people this morning and overwhelmingly, I found more people inclined to believe. The CDC, which is supposedly a non political entity focused on public health, Then they are on the president, but I did find the people who believe the president. Believe him vehemently. President. What I like that's it. I don't really care President. He doesn't wear a mask. I like him for that. I really do. I believe the president just believe him. His I think this lengthening it is polluted, politicized. That's what I believe. I think it's on the way out, and it's almost over. And I think for some reason they want to keep the country closed a little longer. It's an election year, and I think a lot of it's going to be result after November 3rd Well, there you go. You crystallized it right there. Alice, that those are the Trump supporters. They believe them matter what he says there with him. Yeah. Which is I mean, interesting. Okay, And then we have vents who kind of speaks for the people who are with the CDC because I don't think it's politicizes much as people think it is. So what's going on with this back and forth between the CDC and the president? President's immediate CDC, I think has integrity. I still believe the other integrity. I don't believe they're being manipulated. That's my opinion, just a lot of height, and we're talking a lot of smoke and mirrors. It's what he does. He creates chaos and people bite on it. That's the way it works with him now confused. Who's the idiot? Blasio is the idiot. I thought, that's what Rudy said. And now you're telling me trumps the idiot? I don't know. That's right. I mean, you know, that's what Ben says. I I'm not gonna argue with men when it comes down to who's going to take the vaccine..
"rossini" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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NY subway trains to be sanitized every 72 hours to prevent coronavirus spreading
"Market and they're working hard down the subway to keep corona virus at bay the MTA is disinfecting subway turnstiles handrails vending machines in other parts of the system commuters hands might come into contact with to prevent the spread of the corona virus subways trains and buses are also being sanitized every seventy two hours and that includes the L. A. double R. metro north and accessorised services as governor Cuomo said over the weekend after announcing a Manhattan woman tested positive for the virus do not be alarmed if you smell bleach more often Alice Stockton Rossini W. O.
New York: Protest Lodged Against Carriage Horse Industry After Disturbing Central Park Video Emerges
"New protests over the carriage horse industry after a horse had to be euthanized over the weekend the NYPD's animal cruelty investigations what is looking into the case of a carriage horse that collapsed in Central Park on Saturday video of the horse struggling to stand is gone viral prompting animal rights activists to stage an emergency protest outside the Clinton park stables a spokesperson at this table says the war showed sudden signs of distress around twelve thirty after one ride and then waiting about an hour and a half at the carriage down the twelve year old wars I Usha suffered cardiac problems and was euthanized Alice Stockton Rossini W. O.
New York: Take One Last Look at the (Many) Plastic Bags of New York
"The starting the first of March you will no longer be able to get plastic bags in New York would you go to the store it better have your own or you're in trouble so we put our intrepid reporter Alice Stockton Rossini out on the street to see a little bit about both of those stories let's do the deal the backstory first Allison this is going to shock people because most people don't pay attention to these kinds of changes in that the news that carefully so I am sure ninety percent of people are going to go to a store on March first and say what I don't get a bag where all there's a couple of things going on here I went out and I talked to people over the last week about the bag ban in preparation for upcoming bank story I have to tell you a lot of people are pretty much on board with the bag ban they already got their bags in the car they're already using bags there's been so many bad bands around us in communities throughout New Jersey communities throughout New York state Long Island individual towns have enacted bag bans we've been talking about the bag down for so long it's really I don't know how shocking it really is and I've been walking into stores today talking to people about you know when I see people walking out with plastic bags and asking well what's the deal and the deal is if a lot of stores are going to continue using plastic bags because they have a month and a month before they're actually going to start cracking down on these business says after using the plastic bag so you got a little time these businesses will still be handing out plastic bags well they make the transition the government of allowing them to do that before they crack down on them and while there are still plenty of people who go to the supermarket show up their car going to the check out and go I never got my insurance I know and I have the mailing time get out joke baptized I can't tell you how many times I pay for my groceries and I go I'm just gonna take my card out of the car and all that I get there it's very embarrassing people get and they're like okay I mean if we're going to my receipt of pipes but you know you get caught you get caught like that a couple of times you really do start to kind of remember okay I gotta bring my bags with me everywhere I go so food shopping is one thing because most people they know but they may be trained already that it I could I should probably bring my own backs but it's like CVS or if I go to Macy's or in a little tiny store I I better have a bed with me you can buy a recyclable plastic bags they have lots of them everywhere you can go into a store you know for five cents ten cents or whatever it is you can still buy a bag of recyclable reusable plastic bags that's made out of recyclable materials so you'll always have the option to buy a bag which is annoying and again it's things like that the fact that you have to pay on the fact that a comparison that are going to kind of forced us into this New World order if you well get out of going back three other thing now I found out is using paper bags that roaches and other insects are attracted to the glue and paper I'm not surprised I guess you I read this is well known among black people but people that would be saying so I mean I don't know now are we going to use pesticides when we bring our own bags all because you start stacking them up in the closet and you might have friends visiting you in the middle of the night the light on him well there they are all right let's let's talk about this coronavirus and because I know you're out talking to new Yorkers this week about the corona virus I I personally think it's over hyped I know there's there's a little the unknown quantity quality here it kind of kind of makes it scary there were you know we don't know where it came from we're not quite sure how to put prevented or how to treat it so that it is a little scary but I I think the hype is just over the top well that's what we do here man I mean is that is that the media is that the government you know the government nobody wants to be caught with their pants down so to speak back to bed like we don't make a big enough deal out of it and then people turn around don't you didn't make a big enough deal out of it with the media is that all the government officials DO qual model but I I have to give Cuomo credit for pointing out that there was like almost two hundred thousand flu cases I think in New York state or something summary yeah a lot of people more people are going to get just the everyday flu they're gonna get the corona virus and I know when you guys send me out in the morning you know you're looking you're looking for the person that I can get a rise out of I if there are times there are certain stories that people are just like yeah right whatever you know now I have no I don't have a mask no I'm not buying a mass no I haven't seen a ridiculous number of people wearing masks they need that's what I was getting on the street this week everybody is aware of the corona virus but I mean until it's really on top of that I just don't know how scared people really are however when I go into drug stores all over the city and you can't get you cannot hi Amanda anywhere so I suspect there's some stockpiling going on I know all the hospitals have mass right now all of the first responders EMS well we got the sanitizer start while they got the map stockpile people are buying them it's just that either people don't want to admit it or there's just a lot of people that are like you know why we'll wait and see what happens with this bank I think that's probably the best approach and do the common sense thing wash your hands if you're sick stay home and stay out of the way of people who are sick yes I did talk to our students from CCNY this week I interviewed her she's in Florence Italy and she's been there for three months she was in benefits over the weekend can you imagine her parents were freaking out the parents are friends of ours and you know here she is sitting in Florence in this program yeah and my you and all these other colleges are saying come on come on come on you have to come home CCNY is letting students decide if they want to go about making the moment they don't want to come home they don't have to come home like she's sitting in Florence going Jeez do I really want to go to an airport like do you want to go to an airport right now and fly from Italy back to the United States and she decided that was probably scarier than just staying in Florida but she said in Florence everybody in in Venice everybody's got masks on store people are people everybody's got a mask on and it is kind of weird to see all these people she said I went to Florence I couldn't get a map everybody around me is wearing a mask you know who the Torstar because they're the only ones who aren't wearing a mask and you walk around with a scarf around her face so you know you searching and stuff like that and that's when people in New York City are gonna go oh oh okay this thing is real yeah yeah we'll we'll we'll have to wait and see what happens all right appreciate the effort this week Alice thank you very much we'll talk to next week Alice Stockton Rossini here on the job on the Saturday show message and data rates may apply earning your degree from one of the top business schools in the country might sound impossible
Gioachino Rossini: Famous Finales
"Finale is the English pronunciation of an Italian word that spelled F. I N. A. L. E. It means the end of something. You've probably heard the expression ram finale. Hello Finale is don't come much grander than the end of Tchaikovsky's Fifth Symphony unless of course you add singers to the end of symphony the way. Beethoven did and his nine not all composers. Were that emphatic. About Ending Symphony frontiers of Haydn wrote one of the quietest symphony finales ever. In Haydn's Farewell Symphony. The players leave the stage one by one at the end. There are only two violinists left. Here's a finale that Dmitri Shostakovich had some real fun with at the end of Shostakovich's piano concerto number one which is really a concerto for piano and trumpet. It sounds like the two instruments are in a race to the finish. Not all finale. Come at the very end of the peace when you go to a play. Something big usually happens right before intermission so that you can't wait to come back and see how it all turns out that happens in operas to some of the best finales are in the middle like the end of act. Two of Mozart's four act opera. The marriage of Figaro at the beginning of this finale two characters the count and Countess who are married tweet other are having an argument then the Countess's maids is Emma joins into help. The Countess do battle with her husband. One of the wonderful things about this. Finale is that you can always tell who's fighting with whom characters who agree with each other saying together. The finale has gone from duet to people singing to a trio. Three people singing then the guy says Anna wants to marry shows up. He's the one who's marriage. The opera is about Figaro's it's now a quartet four singers and the argument is three against one. The count is the one grumbling while the other three gang up on him but wait. There's more the V to arrive making quintet of singers is someone on the counts side. Antonio the Gardener God. Figaro manages to explain away. What's bothering on Tonio. So he leaves but then three characters on the count side show up. And by the end of the Finale Mozart has taken what started out as a duet and turned it into a Septet seven singers four against three
Weather in Music
"Rossini put thunderstorms into several of his operas before they were movies with spaceships and dinosaurs musical. Thunderstorms were state of the art entertainment special effects so composers love to use them. Probably the most famous musical thunderstorm by someone other than Rossini is the one Ludwik on Beethoven put into his symphony number six after the thunder and lightning in that ferocious storm. The Sun comes out and you can just feel everything dry off and warm up In a set of symphonies. He called morning noon and evening. Frontiers of Haydn included a thunderstorm in the last movement of evening his symphony number eight. There's a lot of weather especially thunderstorm activity in Antonio Vivaldi's four seasons but Vivaldi wrote another concerto called storm at sea in which you can hear the waves being whipped up by the wind and rain lose one of the most famous circus. Marches is thunder and blazes. Boulos Food Chick. The thunder stuff comes at the very beginning. Henry fillmore wrote a march called Rolling Thunder. There was a composer in John Fields. Day who wrote a piano concerto called the storm so field decided to top him with a concerto called. The fire caused by the storm. Sure not only does field have thunder and rain. You can also hear the fire exploding. When Richard Strauss put a thunderstorm into his Alpine symphony he went all out. Strauss included parts for a wind machine and a thunder sheet a large piece of flexible metal. That you shake to make the sound of thunder. Even voices can imitate a thunderstorm in his saint. Matthew Passion Johann Sebastian Bach has a double chorus saying the German words. Blitzer and Donna. But this has nothing to do with reindeer. Blitzer and Donna are German for lightning and thunder.
Gioachino Rossini 3: Overtures
"Hello welcome to classics for kids. I'm Naomi Win. Overture comes from the French word for opening vow to. That's what they called the piece of music that opened ballets and operas in Seventeenth Century France. After French overtures became popular all over Europe non-french composers started pending the name overture onto larger pieces of music those overtures or sweets as we now call them consisted of alternating fast and slow sections but they always started off with an overture in the French style. A slow introduction followed by lively second section today the kind of overture we know best is the dramatic overture a piece of music. That gets you ready for a stage. Work that follows sometimes. Those overtures consists of a bunch of hit tunes. That work like the overture to Jacques Oven. Box Operetta the Grand Duchess of Charleston. Dramatic go all the way back to the days when trumpets announced that some royal entertainment was about to start. That's the opening to one of the earliest opera ever written or fail by Claudio Monteverdi. Good overtures really. Get you in the mood for what's coming up for instance you can tell from the very first note that something serious is going to happen in. Mozart's Don Giovanni overtures set the stage for plays to Egg Mont by Gooda is obviously a tragedy as you can hear from the overture that Beethoven wrote for it but when you hear the overture Felix Mendelssohn composed for Shakespeare. Play a midsummer night's dream. You know it's a comedy. Actually Mendelssohn didn't originally right. His overture for production of the play. His midsummer night's dream is yet another kind of overture. A concert overture as the name says it's meant to be performed on a concert and doesn't have to have anything to do with anything. Theatrical lots of times when composers were asked to provide music for a special occasion. They'd write a concert overture. So that people who were sitting for a long time at some ceremony didn't have to sit through a long piece too when you're honest. Brahms composed music for the ceremony at which he got an honorary university degree. He made all the students happy by putting their favourite drinking songs into his academic festival. Overture lots of concert. Overtures were intended for patriotic purposes. Like the one Tchaikovsky wrote for the dedication of a church in Moscow. Tchaikovsky used that occasion to celebrate Russia's defeat of Napoleon in eighteen twelve tchaykovsky certainly knew how to put a rousing end to an overture and of course Soda Gioacchino Rossini. With one he wrote for his Opera William. Tell one of the things where Seaney put into his William Tell. Overture was a musical thunderstorm
The Story of William Tell
"To legend William Tell was a whiz with a bow and Arrow he lived in the mountains of Switzerland the opening of the William Am tell overture paints a beautiful picture of a mountain sunrise starting with a great solo for cello. In fact the whole first part of the overture is written just for the low string instruments cello bill bases MHM with a couple of ominous drum rolls to give you a hint that the weather forecast for today is not good. Sure enough when the rest of the orchestra joins in. It's a signal. The arrival of a Rossini specialty it starts with wind in the trees and some small blinky raindrops tell pretty soon. We're into a full-fledged downpour complete with lightning and thunder the sort of storm Benjamin Franklin would not have wanted to be caught flying in his kite in portraying. Thunderstorms in music was one of the things. Rossini did best. Rossini also used thunderstorm in this overture to show the political critical storm brewing. In William tells part of Switzerland which was controlled by foreigners from Austria headed by nasty guy named Yesler. Gessler thought that even when he wasn't around people should show how important he was by bowing down to his hat which he stuck on a pole in the middle of town. When William Tell came to town with his son he thought it was pretty dumbed? Bow Down to a hat on a pole. Gessler was not amused. But instead of killing William Tell Gessler usual punishment for failure to salute a hat in a public place Gessler. I said I hear Europe. Pretty hot. Shot Mister Towel. If you can prove it by shooting an apple off your son's head with a single Arrow I'll let you go. Uh both the story and the thunderstorm have happy endings when the rain ends outcome the birds. And because we're in Switzerland home of Swiss cheese and milk chocolate there are cows to be called the orchestra instrument that does a lot of cow calling duty. Is the the English horn. It's sitting in for an Alpenhorn a Swiss folk instrument that's used to call from mountain to mountain back back to the story of William Tell who did shoot the apple off his son's head with a single ero but Gessler. The bad guy noticed that before tell took his one one shot. He took two arrows out of his quiver so he asked why Williams tells answer was if I had missed that second era would have been for you eventually. William Tell did kill Gessler which started a Swiss uprising and got rid of the Austrian invaders. If you're going to have an uprising rising what do you need trumpet to rally the troops and of course horses. And that's the part of the William Intel overture. You probably recognize your parents or grandparents know it as the theme to the Lone Ranger Radio and television shows
"rossini" Discussed on Aria Code
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"rossini" Discussed on Aria Code
"There to features it's a fairy tales. That are important. One is magic as we go on. And she's walking through this memory of what she's lived then all of a when you hear the music changed and it's the magic it's the stardust coming in and the second is metamorphosis. She says out of nowhere. Now where like in a lightning boom. My fate changed. This is some pretty fairytale because it reminds us that there is. I hope that you can move from an abject state to happily ever after stories that are larger than life life there twice as unnatural but they help us navigate the real the first time. She mentioned that her fate in her life has changed. It ends almost like a question. It's not resolved. It's almost as if she doesn't dare. He describes it in a very slow deliberate way so that we can absolutely get every word. She repeats lessor. Not Me not me this time. It's much more authoritative and was beautiful with senior. He also gives us some fantastic chord. Change on that word conju. Aw which means to change and she resolves it my life changed completely. They started doing fundraisings for me to be able to move to our salon and I stopped cleaning houses and babysitting been three months to just singing taking classes with with wonderful people. My cheeks sometime hurts from smiling so much. Once she's owned this sense of change change we can a little bit of the light comedy that and it's that sort of sense of the sisters that they didn't get the prints it's a now this person that they've treated so badly as elevated above everybody's crying a little bit better doc. She Says No. No No. There's no sense here for crying. She says I'm your daughter. Sort antilock a lot. I'm a meat friend to prove anti May. All of this is founded me. You will find in me your family. That's power and this. Is the magnanimous sense. The three on Fidel Bonte which is the secondary title of the opera the triumph of goodness. It's the moment now of the party. The party can actually really start and the chorus comes in on it. And they have this wonderful bubbly long crescendo celebrating the day with her and she looks around and she can't quite believe what has happened. All the staff that angeline has gone before was never for herself she was a servant so she was doing it to make everybody else from good and safe at the end. She finally gets to her cells Off Yeah I relate to that a lot. Then we go into the finale Allie of the Aria NOPE YOU MR which becomes the fireworks says no more sadness. We suddenly have the introduction of flute. I love that. It's kind of like a Lipsius dot dot dot and then the era. She goes known Canto for known more sad times for me sitting next to the fire. No with an exclamation point written as Tocado. She's checking out her new status. Am I allowed to. And it's also not quite believing or lock as she says no more sorrow no more cleaning the pots and pans by myself but she tiptoes through the first utterance of this and all of a sudden nobody stops Sir and so we get a second repetition and this time it's a little bit more of the Goddamn. She starts to elaborate a little bit she starts to go up and get excited and then pulls herself back and repeat it again and of course through all of this getting this long sustained tension the crescendo. Endo the adding of the embellishment. It's starting to get the fires. Starting to really percolate Cinderella sings in a way that is so enchanting and so powerful that it raises all traces of the past of the suffering of the misery. History of the cruel treatment from her stepsisters and her stepfather. And in many ways that is the power of the opera the the voice transcends all else and suddenly were transported into this Rainbow Future. We know that she will live happily ever rafter. None Puma accountable for I'm not longer said I'm not longer terfel. Well I sometimes I am terfel therefore but because of my family's doing so well and everything that I had to go through. You just made this much better. I appreciate every second every syllable I see I'm trying to do do this with my whole heart. I just want to become the best thing I can and then let my voice take me wherever I need to be and I'll be forever forever thankful to every single a person that has helped me to fulfill.
Gioachino Rossini 1: About Gioachino Rossini
"To classics for kids. I'm Naomi Lewin. By the time. Giocchino Rossini died. He was seventy six years old but he only had eighteen birthdays. That's because Rossini was born in leap year on February twenty-ninth uh French horn was just one of the instruments. Rossini's father played as official town. Trumpeter in pays Idaho Italy where Seaney was born. Both Rossini's parents were or musicians. His mother was an opera singer which probably had a big influence on his choice of profession When he was a kid Rossini had a beautiful voice to his father taught him to play the horn and he also played piano and Violin at the age of twelve twelve? Rossini wrote a set of core tests for four string instruments. The first time they were performed he played the second violin. Part Rossini's first job as a teenager was coaching singers and playing keyboard instruments for an opera company. By the time he was twenty one in years. He's not in birthdays. Rossini composed ten operas. He wrote seven of those operas in less than a year and a half then. Rossini came out with the opera that what made him an international superstar And an Aria area is what you call a solo song in an opera and that Aria from Rossini's opera Tancredi was so popular that everyone in Italy whistled and hummed it from gondoliers in the boats on canals in Venice to people sitting in jury boxes. So we're seeing reused the tune for a set of variations Because he composed so many operas in such a short time. Rossini actually early recycled a lot of material especially his overtures for instance Rossini Pin this overture on three different operas the first two flopped at the the last one was a huge hit. You've probably heard the overture to the barber of Seville in cartoons or commercials and you probably know the partner of me. He Oh ooh. Even though the barber of Seville is Rossini's best known most performed opera. It's opening night. Did Not go. Yeah well another composer already written an opera. Based on the play the barber of Seville so fans of his opera who didn't think the world was big enough for two Barbara of Seville came to Opera Tabu then during the performance. One Singer had trouble with a guitar. He was supposed to play and another singer trip and wound up with a bloody nose but no one paid any attention to them after a cat wandered onstage. Needless to say there's no part in the Barbara of Seville for a cat but eventually Rossini did write a duet for two cats. Yeah Wow Rossini. Any wasn't enormously successful composer he wrote forty operas in under twenty years and then when he was just thirty seven years old he quit but he went out with a bang. His last opera was about the Swiss hero William
"rossini" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Butler Saturday she'll want to bring in W. awards Alice Stockton Rossini this morning yeah a big story obviously was that awful killing of the border college freshmen up in upper Manhattan morning side park the arrests that are being made and I think the larger issue is is that we are we going back to the battle days that's the bigger question are we going back to the battle days look at I as I just laid out I think there's there's something going on here I know the mayor says it's not going to happen but there are a lot of things in play that I think are going to be or could be dangerous for the city so good morning Alice you're up there your turn morning side park talk to a lot of college kids of their reaction to this killing what what what is the sense you got from them so I got from the kids why is that the park is not adequately securing that there is not enough security personnel walking around the park there's not enough police walking around the park the college provides the security guard there are and that they're scared and it is very unsettling for all of them but a lot of these college kids they're not from New York there from out of town they don't really know a lot about the city you can't I'm sorry Joe you can't walk through a park at four thirty in the afternoon when it gets dark in New York City by yourself well yeah but but I can't you just lazy you've got to be in a group right I agree but Alistair has been this mentality that the city is very safe that you don't have to worry and that kind of circumstance no in the old days of course she did and maybe we're going back to that point well you better have company you can go here this is a bad area I thank you as one person that I talked to told us on the air this is a very big city there's a lot of people if you look at the statistics the city is still very safe it compared to other cities this is the first holistic incident all I get that has happened in that area in thirteen year now I talked to another long time resident there who also said there seems to be an increase in robberies and people being assaulted in the parking being hit up for money okay so that's a problem and is that coming back is there more of that going on because there's a feeling that we feel more secure and so people go out up to no good say okay we can take advantage of that now you we need more police patrols in the park maybe we need more police patrols in the park but is New York City going back to the days of squeegee men and I remember driving to work on the west side highway stopping at a red light at three o'clock in the morning and really fearing for my life I don't feel that way anymore and I don't think we're going back there I really don't I know cops feel like the block you know doesn't have his book back but Mike Bloomberg came out and said and I don't think it's just because he's running for president and maybe they went a little overboard to stop and frisk and I tend to agree they went a little overboard with stopping threats and that doesn't mean they're not doing it anymore because they all are yeah I don't I I think so there has been a change in attitude toward minor crimes and even medium level crimes by the blouse you administration the I don't know where the police department stands I mean they have to do with the mayor says to do but there has been a tolerance of low level crime well you know what you pointed something out this week about if these kids had I came to drop her in the park and she was able to fight them off they probably wouldn't have even suffered very serious consequences did you say then I hear you say that this week that if they hadn't killed this girl they've just been you know whether it's fine if they just stole her cell phone and got arrested at big be out the same day that's probably not a great idea but now we're talking about teenagers is a thirteen year old kids were talking about the families they come from the culture they come from we're talking don't excuse that don't excuse because of where they came from or their age it's a murder well the no I'm saying if they if yeah I know it's a murder but yeah you do have to consider where they came from what kind of education a apple kind of family background they have I'm not saying that they should get off the but that's a really big that's a bigger thing all together got your bank yeah okay we're gonna have to save that for another day I got to run we're gonna talk about another crime the death of Jeffrey abstained all right thanks Alice have a good weekend stay with us here on the job but lets out today show merry Christmas and happy holidays.
"rossini" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"There were some of some details in the testimony of these victims was too specific into explicit not to be believed. And I don't want to go into details on that. But it's just it's too much. And it it once you watch this and gather the details for yourself. You will end up coming to the same conclusion largely I don't think there's consensus on any of these things, but you can't watch this and not be affected by. No. And the other factor is the the kids were so young at the time, even the consensual card is not available to you. Which is a big factor. What are the ESPN conflicting reports? Mike. So a what what is going on within Tonio Brown? I feel like everything today should be in Tonio. They're they're going to trade him today. Those were the reports mid week. But Dan, this is a very fluid situation as last night taught us in which in Tonio Brown is forced to comment on his own future by saying the trade. Rumors of him going to buffalo were quote fake news last night, Diana Rossini, jumped in on all that was going on with Antonio Brown and reported that the Packers were interested in looking to make moves on this topic. However, ESPN dot com. Packers beat reporter, rob Damanski refuted that the Packers won't jump in now, and we're not involved before democracy wrote. Oh, I had twelve such good minutes. They're dreaming of Aaron Rodgers within Tonio Brown. I had twelve good minutes where I could dream about Oba maybe they've got in on it then. And you know, what else you know, where else he might land Indy with Andrew luck. And then. It could be Antonio Brown and T Y Hilton teaming up with Andrew luck. And here's a fun fact that you probably don't know good. We're almost on the same college team together if you, but until you Bronco kicked out of the school before he played a game about that f. I u fun fact. Yeah. Tonio Brown Yan y Hilton imagine what the sun belt conference would have looked like then who. You manage to take the Tonio Brown story to these single least interesting place, which was FIU foot. Call landing spot. That's where you held up this way. You can know that way who knows. Sponsored fine. But you were doing launching pads not landing spot. And I was just a fun. Fact. I was in aside. It is a fun. Fact. I didn't know that. Well, that's the standard for all entertainment. Yeah. He didn't know it right? Then it's great radio. You got it. Go it with my coli half an hour ago. Just step out a little bit. This weekend's barbecue is going to be better. If you get butcher box. This is something I have now been buying for my friends because it is good me that just gets sent to your house, and it makes your life better. It's a nice gift if you know, somebody what are you looking at Mike what are you smiling about back there? This is a name that we know Jerry dulack, Pittsburgh post gazette Hughes reporting that in Tonio Brown's deal to the bills fell apart because Antonio Brown refused to go to buffalo do like, and it could could it have been that Ian Rapoport had it, right? And then when it broke it became wrong it became wrong because Antonio Brown made such a big public mess of. I'm not going there. I'm gonna retire. I can give you an update from one Adam Schefter. But it didn't look that way at lebatardshow is that the move that Rappaport has to go to though, Rappaport kids just say, I got it wrong. Right. He has to say it fell apart after I reported things. Change so seven hours ago. Adam Schefter tweeted buffalo has spoken a Pittsburgh about a potential bravery trade print Tonio Brown as a handful of other teams have those talks occurred. Only in recent days is sourced this morning called Brown to buffalo trade unlikely and not out of the question, but unlikely so butcher box as I was mentioning it is go ahead. And he also added this is an old story. He was dead on Wednesday things things move fast. Yes. He should have just reported parenthetically Rapoport is on the stale time line, I'm on the freshman..
"rossini" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Stockton Rossini seven ten w o r sixteen states, including New York, New jersey and Connecticut joining forces to sue the Trump administration over the declaration of an emergency on the southern border the president declared that last week claiming it's necessary to build a wall, stop, drug and human trafficking. The California attorney general says emergency declaration is an overreach. This is exactly what President Trump predicted would happen. The lawsuit has been filed in the ninth US circuit a circuit that has ruled against President Trump several times he predicted he'll lose and then lose again at the appellate level in the ninth circuit. But the president predicted a win. In on this at the supreme court level. But it'll take time to get there. That's correspondent Alex stone. The president spoke at a rally in Miami yesterday calling on Venezuela's president Madero step down hinted at dire consequences, if he doesn't Trump the stone is support behind the opposition leader, Juan Widodo and has proclaimed a new day is coming in Latin America, socialism is dying and liberty prosperity and democracy are being reborn. All the comments were aimed at the situation. In venezuela. Observers say the president will probably use the same message against his progressive. Democrats who are seeking to challenge him in twenty twenty Chicago police still wanna talk to the empire actor Jesse small et police reportedly looking into whether he hired two associates to stage an attack on him. I hate attack. Let's get the latest on this. When joining us live NBC radio national correspondent bills for thrilling a messy case right now. Bill O it. Sure is Joe and you look at this and over the last several weeks an outrageous hate incident has possibly turned into an equally outrageous one the fact that there is a possibility that this whole event could have been staged as you mentioned Chicago police say they are this is a, quote, they say there are some developments in the investigation and detectives have to follow up to Pleat the investigation. Both follow ups include additional investigation and speaking to the individual who reported the. Incident. This all goes back to January twenty nine when Jesse small at the empire actor reported the two men at two in the morning beat him up shouting, racial and homophobic, slurs poured chemical on him and put a noose around his neck, and they also added in the maga- phrase yelling that out during the attack. So as you might imagine many hot button issues here people jumping do his defense. But since then the evidence seems to point down the path that this may have been a fabricated event. And there are even reports now that he paid two of his friends in order to conduct this now, what could be a motive. Joe? A couple have surfaced number one a letter that was received by the FOX studios were empire is found on January twenty second that threaten small at once again. Now, he may have been involved in that as well. But he says there's a possibility the reaction to this letter was not as strong as smollet anticipated. Therefore, he went ahead with a staged attack. The other is the. The possibility. That's mullet was on the verge of being written out of the show, and may have wanted to do something to again, get himself back in the limelight who knows here gel, but this is certainly taking some strange twists and turns and causing a lot of politicians and other public figures to take back their initial statements jumping to the defense of small at absolutely already. Thank you NBC radio national correspondent bills for thirties believed. The man wanted for the brutal double murder of a Bronx woman. Enter teenage son may have taken his own life in Westchester police discovered. The body of the woman's boyfriend Hector Cruz Sunday morning on the tracks at hartsdale metro north train station. An apparent suicide victim wanted to question him for the vicious murders. A fifty one year old Mirasol Ortiz when our fourteen year old son found bludgeoned their apartment five.
"rossini" Discussed on 710 WOR
"And Michael Riedel in the morning on seven ten. Got to get rid of those plastic bags governor says fire mentally now. Get stuck in the craw the whales out there in the in the ocean as they do so, but we got to find out what New Yorkers think about no more plastic bags. So we says going to be putting it in the budget. So the last time what he did last time around was had to go through the legislature Cuomo. But this time he put it in the budget. So if they vote for the budget, it goes into law there, you go very clever. All right. Well, let's check in with w ours. Alice Stockton Rossini our own bag lady out there on the on the street. She's she's going to check in with the New Yorkers as soon as we liner. She's there now. Great alice. Good morning to you. How you guys doing good house now better the Iran? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Good morning. And I've been out talking to people about bags, and, you know, generally, speaking great idea, but there are a couple of problems here. First of all the proliferation of plastic bags. I'm all for it. If it saves the world's values, the tote bags so you can buy sell for ninety nine cents because once I got the plastic bags and up was having the use them. So like a recycle them in some fashion, and that ends up just being a dog poop bag or about to put recyclables in downstairs.
"rossini" Discussed on Get Up!
"I am in favor of it. Those were quarterback, Josh Allen is Dow, I'll take one day at a time. We'll seventy down on one knee. Would everyone saw was he just couldn't function. Well, we now welcome in ESPN NFL reporter, Diana Rossini, and Diana, we saw a ton of injuries this past week. It's that time of the year in the NFL where people start getting hurt, unfortunately. So let's run the hurry up, get some updates from around the league. We're also twins today with the bright blue. I don't know what were you were warning for Buffalo Bills because they've got issues at the quarterback spot right with Josh. You last, I during the Monday night football game, Adam Schefter reported he alone with Chris Mortensen that Josh Allen. He's getting an his ever looked at by Dr jeans, Andrew, to get a second opinion about how serious this elbow sprain is. We were told that it is going to be week to week that is not what my sources have been confirming with me this morning. They believe that this could be more serious injury. So in terms of him starting against the colts, you can basically say that going to happen in terms of winning going to be back. They're gonna again. Look at him the following week, but this injury could be more serious. And of course, the big question is going to be who will be the struggle for the Buffalo Bills because they have the veteran Derek Anderson in there and Nathan Peterman not sure if they're going to go and now been Peterman struggled how raiders wide receiver Amari Cooper hitting the head against the Seahawks Laura. This was an awful hit. Jon Gruden talked about an after the game, and he said, you know, as much that one answer all the questions about Amari Cooper, some rumors out there about him. This was terrible, and now the good news for the readers and the good news for Amari Cooper is they are on a BI week, so he's gonna get that extra time to recipe is currently still in concussion protocol and some sources I did speak with in Oakland. They don't feel great about it right now at this point. But again, they have to go through that process, right? And they've been looking for more offense of production felt like needed him to step up. This is not what you want to see how the latest on Cooper Cup who suffered a knee injury against the Broncos. Diana. Yeah. So the good news was that Cooper came back into the. Game ready. He didn't have a lot of production that they didn't use him too much, but that told us that it wasn't that serious of a knee injury. But head coach, Sean McVeigh said that he did not expect him to actually in the lineup against the forty Niners. When I spoke with some with the Rams organization about how serious they think that this will go or at least how many weeks they think he will be out. They said their mind is all set. At least Cooper's is against that Packers game. It's an late afternoon game. That'll be the following week after the forty Niners and they said they do expect to back them..
"rossini" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"If you destroy the fabric of time and space, Geico fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more gonna talk some football here. Diana Rossini is a jets fan and jets reporters is both of these things. She's got the whole NFL and she's bringing source for this company. I know, but she's the jets reporter and the jets fan, correct. She's breaking NFL. He's a big time. Here's the thing. I've been trying to hide this jets fandom, but I can't really get away from it. Because back in the day we wear a jet shirt before became a sports reporter. So it's out there on the internet and get. I think years when I was in local markets when you know always anchoring weekend forecast that nobody watch tweeting at Stu guts. 'cause I wanna be like all the just so cool. This great radio host the jets fan. Maybe I'll get his tension. We'll bond over the jets and I think he blocked me, but he didn't even respond. He didn't even try. I think I remember I even like slitting your GM to feed you. Some news I had on the jets and you still never responded. So to be honest with you, I'm really honored to sign we talked to Dan 'cause it's been a long time, but I'm not really sure if I'm gonna be cool with you. Going to tell you I have never blocked anyone on Twitter. I am checking my DM's right now. I think you listen. I'm not saying you didn't do this, but I think you may have been sending them to their own. She sounds like your soul mate, like she sounds a jets fair like you love the idea that that that God's has a jets golf cart that he that he that's super ornate that he runs roughshod over golf course with really is this is that he lives outside the New York area. I think it's just the way you do it. If you're going to be a fan, go all in I the way it works with phantom as you connect whether you like those people are not if you like the same team, no matter where they're from, what they do. You kind of have that bond and you open your arms to them. I work at ESP. Pantr- almost five years now and dance. You got your never reach out to me. He's never supported me. He'd never retweeted me. I kind of feel like we need to start fresh. How do you spell receipts? Gotta. See right. That's the problem. You don't even know my name. I'm like one of meaty who talion at the company. I'm sorry now that Rico's gone. Yeah, exactly. The other drinkers. Maybe I am the only Italian less. I'm actually trying to go through my rack. My brain right now who we have. I don't think we have an Italian girl from jersey that loves the jet. Got like, how, how do you? You're right. You're right all the time. I don't know the Ice Man. I think it's just you and Dickie. Yeah. Now, hey, I'll he's wonderful. The Ivy cross talk with him on the air, and we don't even talk sports. We talk about all the food we like, and our mothers and fathers and over things that we connect on. But I don't know, maybe maybe one day we'll find something that we can connect on what is what are you hearing? What are you hearing your ported sources? What are they telling you about Sam darnold? Are you gonna? Maybe you could connect with Stu gods because he doesn't believe in this idea that they should've traded teddy Bridgewater. Here's a interesting about this dead after day officially name, Sam darnold. You know, the best kept secret on the planet. The starter just last week I spoke to other outside the organization of, you know, just basically back vision. Like, what do you make them doing this just from an outside perspective, and I had one head coach make the best point..
"rossini" Discussed on NFL Live
"Head to Cleveland right now are Diana, Diana Rossini is visiting the Browns. Diana, you had an overall number one pick at quarterback. That's led a team, the college there was all. So now you have a team other guys led the team to the playoffs. What are you here right now about where the quarterback competition stands in Cleveland. Hi, Jack. At this point, the competition for the starting job at quarterback, it's over. It's tyrod Taylor's job. In fact, you Jackson is pretty much sick of having to answer questions from the media almost every single day about the progress of Baker Mayfield at this point because the narrative going to camp was that Baker could perhaps win this job and that is not the case. Tyrod Taylor has been able to do things out on the field that have impressed, both the coaches. And of course, the players out on the field at a chance to talk to Jarvis Landry for a few minutes about both quarterbacks. Take a listen. Honestly, we have, you know, I'm blessed to be in a position to be around him and see his birthday, learn from them, you know? And you know, hopefully at least a lot of touchdowns a lot of wins backup right now in Baker me field, what have you seen from him that you like, just, you know, you know, there's no drop off. You know, he comes in from, you know, being behind tyrod and he continues to make plays. He continues to make plays down the field with his legs, you know? And it's something that it makes you more excited as much more excited you know for the future here as well. Josh Gordon not here. Have you spoken to him and what's the update here? I mean, there's no true, true update, you know, obviously, you know, we wish is health above all, you know, and we just full support of them. You know, whenever he's coming back or we're going to welcome back in, you know what we ready to have. It's certainly one of the biggest mysteries around the Cleveland Browns camp. Where is Josh Gordon, no matter if you ask a coach or player. No one seems to want to give out any answers about that. But in terms of a game, this Thursday night against the giants here is the Browns plan. The first team offense with tyrod Taylor, leading the way take about one or two series out there, and then guys, it's good to be the Baker Mayfield show. I'm told he's expected to play in about two quarters with the second team offense out there. So we'll see how the rookie adjust to the life of the NFL and hopefully it is a bit cooler up in New York has it is sweltering here at camping Cleveland. Cool. The second quarterback in the draft was Sam dorm of the jets. Were there Saturday night? What did Todd Bowles tell you about his progress so far? Jackie was pretty clear and that is he cannot believe he is seeing what he seeing from San darnold just as a rookie because on Saturday, that was just the fourth practice for Sam darnold. Remember he missed those first three days of practice because of the contract situation. But here's some takeaways from Todd Bowles mobility. He was so impressed with how Sam darnold was able to pass on the run. He's overall awareness. I even had a chance to talk to Josh mccown. He spoke specifically about the poice Sam darnold has in the in the huddle and really the story coming out of New York. At this point is Sam darnold is way ahead of schedule in terms of his understanding of this jets offense at this point, the idea that perhaps he could start week one while I asked Todd Bowles at specifically and Jackson, give me an answer Nelson. Nelson, nothing not even for Diana, Diana, thank you so much. We really appreciate your time. So the jets have mccown they have Bridgewater and then the third overall pick Sam darnold Adam. What are the chances in your brain right now? Donald is the guy week. One was told over the weekend. There's a quote, unquote, very fair chance that darnold when the starting job, which doesn't mean he does..
Man Accused of Killing NY Nurse May Be A Serial Killer
"Trial. However it, will give, us an inside look at some of the details that, are part of. The year long Muller investigation as correspondent Stephanie Ramos President Trump also lashing. Out at the media on Twitter today he says. They're going crazy calling them totally unhinged. Trump says in seven. Years when he? Leaves office their ratings will dry up and they'll be gone. A man accused of murdering. A New York City nurse may be a serial, killer cops, looking at whether Twenty-seven-year-old Danielle Drayton was killed has killed upwards of, seven women that he met on dating app police in New York say the suspect. Is responsible for, killing twenty nine year old Samantha Stewart a nurse who was found, dead in her queens home, back on July seventh authorities. Believe Drayton used. Dating websites in apps to meet and victimize women his court appointed. Attorney told the court he is pleading not guilty as car correspondent Carlos Granda and cops are, looking for a man who set fire to a Staten Island gas station. Was filling up a portable gas tank outside a convenience. Store, on Richmond avenue and victory boulevard yesterday morning when it appears he sprayed gaffe on the ground lit a piece of paper and. Throw it, down igniting a burst of flames the suspect took off as. The station's fire suppression system extinguished the flames leaving. A man nearby with minor injuries Alice Stockton Rossini, seven ten wwl three.
Long Island, Bernie and Salvation Army discussed on Len Berman
"The super bowl champion eagles from their scheduled white house visit today the team was supposed to meet with the president but he rescinded the invitation reportedly because the full team would not come it what trump speculates would have been a move to protest his stance against players standing for the national anthem during games fans are mixed on a matter just because players don't want to go your other players did want to go it's wrong to cancel it a lot of them probably weren't going to go anyway not is not going to happen city hall protests planned today over the mayor's plan to change the admission policy at the city's elite high schools wants to phase out the standardized tests required to get into the schools over the next three years and set aside forty five percent of the seats for black and hispanic students where so many talented kids who are black and latino who will never under the current system see the inside of a specialized high school alice stacked in rossini's seven ten wwl wire tight security at the new rochelle high schools day after a threat to shoot up the school there will be safety sweeps and bag searches officials say they know who made the threat is not being considered credible dome and arraignment today for harvey weinstein there's no surprise here defense attorney ben breath minutes telegraphed how harvey weinstein will plead to charges of rape and forcible criminal sex act mr weinstein will enter a plea of not guilty since a grand jury handed up an indictment weinstein is has been accused by yet more women in a civil lawsuit of rape and other acts of sexual assault weinstein has consistently denied nonconsensual sexual encounters aaron katersky abc news new york former yankee manager joe torre calling for the new york legislature to legalize sports wagering betting on sports could begin this weekend in new jersey after the supreme court cleared the way at the moment new jersey's not giving the sports leagues a cut of the revenue baseball officials suggest that they get a quarter of a percent in each bed in new york saying without the game there would be no bad our news brought to you by the salvation army donate your us vehicle today call eight hundred essay truck or visit essay trucks dot org fan for traffic with bernie fighter joe good morning big problems on long island if you're traveling in smithtown one.
Settlement reached in Eli Manning memorabilia fraud lawsuit
"Governor christie always said he'd like to do it they're probably thirty or forty people in this room that might take a bet today if i let them at park operator dennis strays and at a press conference yesterday at the william hill sports bar the ocean port racetrack he said he expects betting to start that soon governor phil murphy said in a statement he's looking forward to working with the legislature to an act a law authorizing and regulating sports betting in the very near future i'm sue guzman on seven ten w o r lawsuit between three memorabilia collectors in the new york giants and eli manning is over there is a settlement in the case ally manning fans we may never know the real truth behind that ugly sports memorabilia mass three collectors accused the giants quarterback of tossing fake game worn equipment to three collectors to sell the fans did he or didn't he the collectors filed a lawsuit against manning the giants steiner sports in two equipment managers who were supposed to give up real sweaty game worn jerseys and helmets for sale us settlement has been reached a day before equipment gate was set to go to trial and to quote should not be viewed as supporting any allegations claims or defenses alice stockton rossini seven ten wwl white house spokesman ron shaw hamas is to blame for yesterday's deadly violence in gaza during a briefing he said israel has a right to defend itself dozens of palestinians have been killed in clashes with really security forces the violence breaking out after the opening of the us embassy in jerusalem this is a propaganda attempt i mean this is a gruesome unfortunate propaganda attempt i think the israeli government has spent weeks trying to handle this without violence joining us now live to talk more about it nbc radio national correspondent bills zimper i guess the violence was pretty much expected right bill yes it was they were expecting protests along the border between gaza and israel about but the number of protesters was just incredible they say as many as forty thousand protesters along that fence line that fortified fence and it wasn't long before gunfire erupted there the death toll we're told is now at sixty with over two thousand others suffering injuries as a result as for hamas involvement there's no doubt that they were involved to to some point in these protests although many many protesters were there in among those killed were.
"rossini" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"Minding his own business everything's going fine where he was talking to somebody say himself so i just assumed it was a ghost we had a bunch of calls the first hour where people were they were like meals e key to have a healthy respect for the paranormal i don't believe in ghost do you believe is are you superstitious at all like you don't believe in any superstitions no okay neither do you well normally no but you know if something happens repeatedly you start to think theirself wait a second maybe there's something buying as may i'll play too many mind superstitious when you were player no yeah you didn't wear like the same socks or something know no no no you'd be like no new stinky socks i had a new pair of shoes on all the time maybe that's superstition cleaned it had to be crea way after games oh that's nice kid who ever ask oh that's no pay off the tees so sam darnold speaking of playing football is in camp now with the jets we had danna rossini on earlier she talked about how she thinks the judge could play him early we'll get key starts on that because i don't believe you think that's the right idea but here's sam on his mindset going into this my goal is to do whatever the coaches asked me to do and that's that's how i'm going to go about it they want me to start great if they don't i'm just going to be the best that i can be flirting everything that is installed that day and just go about it a it's a daily process that i go through and if i treat every single day like it's not important maybe that's i think that's really going to be where my success comes from over i get the opportunity to play make the most of it but if i'm not in take the mental rep and not take a playoff and that's what i'm planning on doing man he says a whole lot.
Running back Saquon Barkley doesn't work out at Penn State's pro day
"Three cities to college hoops experts one range rover sport espn's davis first round of the turnament to get the juices go jay bilas bake mind mark on this game book of the ultimate tournament road trip with assists along the way from christian leitner and paul peers setting the stage for never been done before shellings they're big bovina wigs watch at espn dot com slash range rover sport land rover above and beyond for glad it could be with us wendy next and graziano jeff saturday josina anderson we will start the afternoon in the great state of pennsylvania as you just saw all is we're on penn state this afternoon where former running back saquon barkley was expected to work out for nfl coaches and scouts the nittany lions pro day but buckley and said decided not to do so for more on that he spoke with our diana rossini all right thanks guys i'm here with saquon barkley at his penn state pro day so what's the plan for today the plan this morning was come here and work out do running back drills and do routes and stuff like that try to show my versatility as a running back but talking to coach franklin and talking to my team realizing that there any running back coaches out here kind of made a decision to just share my teammates and try to be supportive as i can be and just continue to chair my teammates as a continued killed comma so no team sent any running back coach is here to to work you out what do you think that tells you.
"rossini" Discussed on NFL Live
"Sms was shaw mcveigh the jaguars with doug mirell these are two teams that have come on come from nowhere are now in position where they could make extended postseason legend who knows we can even see a rams jaguars super bowl it's unthinkable is that would have been at some point in training camp at the rams had become a very good football team the jaguars had become a very good football team and it's because in large part those two had coaches shaw mcveigh in doug mirell of coming to do the jobs that they've done in i'm sure there are other owners now are saying the coaches out there who can come in and do for our teams what mcveigh enrolled have done for their team can't perhaps redskins owner dan snyder sitting there anything can we let them go who knows adam thank you so much for joining nfl alive becker nfl live scene anderson teddy risky and diana rossini with you and colts owner jim earth say he's got jokes tweet out twelve degrees and study for kickoff this sunday roof open their closed here well look now at the afc playoff picture the patriots and steelers had clinched first round byes but new england can lock up homefield with a win sunday or is steelers loss pittsburgh we need a win and a patriots lost to get the 1 seed but jackson chiefs are locked into the three and four seed respectively and there is a full week battle for fighting succeeds between the titans ravens bills and chargers should be the exciting week it needs tightened think like host the jacks in your season finale this easy retook whole game for tennessee but they at least control their own destiny with a win and they're in scenario the titans having reached the postseason since two thousand eight our titans reporter cameron's voice don't more details from that.
"rossini" Discussed on Rimcast with Rim and AB
"That that that that would start off by wrestling characters all right well um whether they're wars man what about iconic mobin risk as civilized why the perhaps a is that how he came into it i don't remember we are talking wrestling when he comes in he is a kind of stability watch rossini goes hell yeah i wars bad for anybody who lifted let episode right now is the hardest they're laughing all point in his vow was truly a moment um okay savoie thank you and thank you listeners for listen to the rim cast we appreciate it on the end as always we appreciate you however you listen on aids screens are com or apple podcast sr stitcher stitcher stinks what's the newin goup way of applying ruling was google play music we appreciate that makes you subscribe and if you can needles platforms leave review we love reema reviews if they're fivestar smoother one we give us a fourstar if you leave a fourstar we're in a publicly rip you now roast because there's no ribbing like goodnaturedness involved him qilya over there with and then we'll and that person gratefully changed back to a five sir sir appreciate it a b got anything else announcements anything you wanna say i'm fix big cavs winning streak coming right up thanks for listening to the rim yes let me tell you to store you are right here the you be walking state championship ahead 35 points.