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"sarah newfield" Discussed on Talkhouse Podcast

Talkhouse Podcast

05:12 min | Last month

"sarah newfield" Discussed on Talkhouse Podcast

"Be able to do live. I'm sure something will come up someday. Might manager asked me so. We're kinda training. Would you like to do like i. Don't even gweat. Is that question and also now having a a small infant how does that. What like i can't even. I can't even full dot laundry. Let alone leave the house. I'm sure there will be other tours. That will be a part of like bit with bands. And that's easier for me to but you know as a soloist. How much goes into doing a solo tour like you are on top of everything in its all you and it's just like so much. You do a lot of delivering rate. I do by recorded this. Last record with neil halstead from slowed is in cornwall. And you're talking about touring together. Because he plays guitar on the record in sin and i was like. Wow this will be the first time. I would really like tour my own solo music with someone else which. I think that would be very very interesting. I'm not neil lend like another guitar player. Probably but but that would be really interesting to have a ban. I've done that a lot with drummers. And it's it's especially compared to the isolation of touring completely alone like when you play in europe do train. Tours last touring against i've done. Their solo has been like flying in How that how that works with the harp like everybody must ask you that. But like i have massive cases but your case must be like bigger than us. I own a harpen europe. So i don't have to bring it on a plane ever my harp in your lives in prague and it lists at a backline company and so the driver the van and the harp all come together so smart. Did your heart decided like prague better than they like. I make paris. I refuse to live in it It's i guess. It was born. In france i bought it from the woman and i was like this would solve my problems because it's a really big deal to rent someone else's harpen to ask him if you could take it on the road and put it in a van and stuff. It's slate and his name will usually just have like one heart for their whole lives. And so i just one this fellowship in philly. That gave me a chunk of money and it was a life changing now. And i was like. I'm going to invest in getting harpen. europe sewing. Never have to ask another stranger to let me take their baby on the road. You know so. I bought this one and then we moved it to prague to live at the back line company. That's great congratulations. By the way. I read that. He's brushing up on my mary's i looked at. Your wikipedia is like oh i have to look at your wikipedia. I need to visit your wikipedia. I wish i could change the photo on wikipedia. I gotta get somebody else to dig in there and change our. I don't know if it's still says. I'm vegetarian or vegan or whatever but i thought i mean it's such a small detail but i'm really does eight not through on their take like like i wanted to say that i am like i'm like in the background eating remember going like i wonder who wrote that like who decided to include that detail. I don't even look vegetarian. Look at these red cheeks not existing solely on lentils. I actually am going to be in new york again in late. The later part of the year kisses. We're planning a tour which is like a huge thing to think about now. Dirk cove bit. But it's in the works. I've actually been hosting a few shows in my yard. Just so people can practice playing in front of people again like having like twenty people over in the yard. I'll distance masks and stuff and that's been really fun. So that's what we did last night and it was very successful so if you ever come to. La complain porch. Yeah that's good. We'll in god. You're rolling through and let's find we'll find a time in life some day. Let's to play music together. We'll sarah it was great to talk to you. I saw efforts series. I wonder what the headline of our conversations with a b. Because i went through like two women. You can't really remember very much like fun fun. Thanks for listening to the house. Podcast and thanks. Mary lattimore and sarah newfield for chatting. This episode was produced by melissa kaplan and the tacos theme composed and performed by the range. He liked what you heard. Be sure and follow the podcast on favorite service you next week..

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"sarah newfield" Discussed on The Current

The Current

03:35 min | 7 months ago

"sarah newfield" Discussed on The Current

"They're going to have to rearrange the whole department. So they're going out and triage union vehicles if the patient stable enough they stay in their vehicle at their unstable than they have to come back into the emergency department. Rearrange make a bad put a structure in a hallway to get that patient in and they are working with the same staff. They've always worked with and it just is It's actually a nightmare. In this problem right now. Sarah newfield is an er nurse at that hospital and cbc spoke with her listen to what she described. It has been mentally and emotionally and physically. Absolutely exhausting is pushed us past what we thought we were able to handle and reciting to question. How is this sustainable. Where short-staffed every day. I think everyone is feeling the weight and the pressure darlene jackson. Tell me more but what you're hearing from nurses of what it's like to work in that environment whereas you say there's not enough space in the hospital. You have to treat people in in a parking lot. Well i i will tell you that are exhausted. They're frustrated. We knew that wave two was going to be much bigger than wave one. We absolutely knew that but our government basically sat on their hands for the for the entire summer when we could have been encouraging retired nurses to come back to work stopping up doing everything we can to get ready for wave two and basically nothing was done so we've moved into way to a numbers are growing. We had almost five hundred new cases yesterday. We're up twelve percent Infection rate and nurses are exhausted. You and this province went out and bought equipment. I mean we bought hundred ventilators with the space to put an in. But we don't have anyone to man that equipment and that's the biggest issue. How concerned are nurses about contracting the virus themselves and they're right in this environment in a hospital that is full to bursting presumably vulnerable as well. Well we've had about one hundred nurses infected since it started the second wave. And you're right. They're very vulnerable. I talked to a nursing steinbach. Who tells me that When she goes to work in the er she gets one n ninety five mask and not mask is gonna last year for her twelve hour shifts. So what happens. Is that every time. You don don. On that nasa that you've been exposed to covid patients with the risk of exposure get tired. So if.

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"sarah newfield" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"sarah newfield" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Night, featuring a different set of performers and we'll get a chance to hear a little bit from all three nights actually will hear a fairly good sized Violinist chunk of Sarah, night. new feld Number two. clarinetist Which and sax featured player, the Colin violinist Stetson, Sarah newfield, and the who birds has recorded a by the English notable composer, solo Pete career 'em wire couple of records as on her part own, but of it's still an immersive probably best eighteen known channel as the sound violinist installation from arcade. in the winter Fire garden. the We did Canadian this for our indie twenty rock sixteen band. edition Colin of Stetson, the new sounds the live sax concert player series clarinettist, at Brookefield who place has also in the played winter with garden. arcade, Atrium. fire and Lou The Reed birds and many inspired others. by Too the many sixteen to mention live palm joined trees, her for that grow this out of the performance. floor in the space, They have a duo and record then together, Colin and both Sarah, of these seemingly musicians inspired are capable in their of improvised, staunching sections amounts of by sound the sounds, they were live, hearing. We just heard using two pieces to some set pieces pretty the ridge extended at the beginning techniques on in the the vespers saxophone the at clarinet the end, in Collins but case linking them or was a some lengthy interesting improvised passage, cross Boeing from Sarah effects, newfield, and vocals and Colin in Stetson, Sarah's case. who have So recorded what together you will hear and doesn't separately. always Their sound solo like albums just two are people. definitely worth checking And in fact, out. it isn't because And they performed of course, both as played this with whole the series band, arcade was fire. Here's inside, well they Pete played wires for us sound on installation. the evening of October. The English Fifteenth, composer, twenty sixteen set up at an new immersive sounds eighteen live channel sound in system the for winter us garden based at on the field sounds place of the dawn chorus from which birds all of singing tonight's to for greet Graham the sun, comes in a moment. so you The will hear Atari some Vernon of that Reid ambience and the zipper player in la- Raji the background. And did Sarah a and Colin set were of hearing improvised it as they pieces played. for us And in you'll the same hear towards sound the end of environment. this excerpt The next that they night, really you'll responded hear how some to of that it turned in a remarkable out, way. we'll hear a bit more There from were Sarah some newfield improvised and Colin segments. Stetson They did for us and in addition beautiful to their regular piece set. from the So choir let's known start as the crossing with a as piece we called continue. the ridge title I'm track John Shafer? of And Sarah, you're new listening fells record to new of sounds that name, then.

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"sarah newfield" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"sarah newfield" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Live events in the winter garden, the big fedral like atrium of the formerly world financial center now known as Brookefield place under either name, the winter garden has been a really remarkable place in lower Manhattan loss to speak from the World Trade Center, where among other things he had sixteen wives palm trees that grow up out of the floor and an annual calendar of free arts events in Brookefield place, which has always included. Our new sounds live concerts. Our twenty sixteen season was a set of three nights each night, a different set of performers playing within a sound installation. That we commissioned from the English composer Pete him wire, you're hearing aid version of it in the background. It is not the final version, but it's the one that the performances took place within. Including the world premiere performance of an ambitious major new quarrel work by Pete wire himself sung by the crossing on this eviction of new sounds. We will hear excerpts from all three nights. But just we'll kind of in this hour set up the idea of the installation and you'll hear performances from violinist Sarah newfield with her guest Collins debts on sax and clarinet and the electric guitarist Vernon Reid with his duo partner. The electric scissored layer, Laura g both performing within the sound installation. As it was running there in the winter garden, atrium Brookefield place. I'm John Shafer. Let's take you right to the stage of the winter garden and meet the composer, and the designer of this sound installation P and wire. You have taken the sixteen live palm trees that live and grow here in the winter garden, and you have made them kind of the pillars of this.

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"sarah newfield" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"sarah newfield" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The good the bad and the bureaucracy with we the commuters a new weekly newsletter from WNYC, you'll get news travel tips and hear from others in the same boat or train sign up now at P the commuters dot org. Support for WNYC comes from a Brahma Rama presenting Carmine streak guitars a documentary about the music store that has been in the village for decades, featuring Jim Jarmusch members of the roots will Wilco and more now playing at film forum Carmine streak tars, film dot com. WNYC independent journalism in the public interest ninety three point nine FM and AM HD twenty NPR news and the New York conversation. Tomorrow night on new sounds to Saturday night. We are on midnight Saturdays only here at WNYC and tomorrow night. We will present some music from an extraordinary set of concerts that we did at the winter garden atrium Brookefield place couple of seasons back where the English composer. Pete 'em wire transformed the huge atrium with its sixteen. Live palm trees into a virtual forest using an eighteen channel sound system in which we then presented three nights of three different musical live performances, including some pizza music, and what you're hearing in the background. The sax player, Colin Stetson and the violinist and vocalist Sarah newfield performing within this forest as it was known. So we'll get a chance to hear that tomorrow night at midnight. This edition.

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"sarah newfield" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"sarah newfield" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Sarah newfield, Music the violinist from Montreal both of on arcade this edition fire of new sounds are also that is founding Tim members Hecker of one Belle of the or central cast, and figures we'll start things on the off with the a longstanding piece from them electronic called water music scene light in shifts Montreal. that But comes here from their album working called with as musicians seen through from windows. Iceland. The Then we'll Iceland hear some music choir by Carolis on samba Coverdale. l- and the She's composer part of the vibrant arranger electron Johan Johannson music underground on in Montreal a piece called violet and monumental from an album that she did called work sirens from Tim will Hecker hear a piece called Disney before that we heard from Carolis for reasons Coverdale that remain opaque who has worked to me with Tim Hecker on careless. a number of Coverdale occasions in has the past also contributed and to a several piece from of her Tim collaborative Hecker is record records with the artists Hecker is known as LX really v. one of I the neglected focal to points mention him of the earlier electron real music name David scene in Sutton, Montreal but the his collaborative most recent album album is love called streams sirens. is And a little the piece different that we and heard includes voices. is called The Disney Iceland choir ensemble before that and at the top done in of the collaboration set. We heard with the Montreal the Icelandic based composer, band Johann called Johannsson. bell or cast So from a that kind record of sister love streams group. by To the Tim. rock Tim Hecker band. Arcade will hear fire a piece called as they violet share monumental? several members from Let's the album first is seen from through this windows. Montreal We based heard on Sambol a the chiming bell or cast. bell like piece called water light shifts from bell or cast. That's just getting started on this all Montreal edition of the program still to come the band, godspeed. You black emperor. The Lebanese Canadian artist who records under the name Jerusalem in my heart. The band as marine and lots more stay with us. I'm John Shafer. And you're listening to new sounds..

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"sarah newfield" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"sarah newfield" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Colin Stetson Soro is the name of the peace a reinvention recasting of the symphony of sorrowful songs by the late polish. Composer, Henry Gretzky an unexpected massive hit for that polish composer back in the nineteen nineties. This twenty sixteen version of the piece is for a twelve piece chamber orchestra that includes electric guitars, two of them. Drums, the the drummer Greg FOX from the black metal band liturgy, Colin Stetson sister. Megan doing the original soprano part calling himself playing saxophone, of course, and Sarah newfield from the band. Arcade. Fire playing the violin which by the end of the peace. You know, you're back into the original world of Gretzky with the the sound of the string orchestra. But by the time, you get there you've passed through some very different sound worlds that strikingly are just the notes in the Gretzky symphony. Heck, Colin didn't change any of the music. He just reorder straighted sorrow part three from Colin Stetson a little bit later on in the program another piece for chamber orchestra that goes as I said earlier in the opposite direction. It was rock music. And now is a kind of contemporary classical piece from Greg saunier and his band deer. Hoof will hear the deer hoof? Chamber variations, but in a moment with here, a work from the Slovenian slash Canadian composer Marin Mosa teach and his piece for harp and chamber orchestra which draws on elements of minimalism and more. That's coming up next as we continue. I'm John Shafer. And you're listening to new sounds. Hi, I'm Alison Stewart host of all of it on WNYC on the next all of it on the occasion of Veterans Day. We'll check in with David Phillips who covers veterans and military for the New York Times. Plus, the voice of David. And a book about women forced out of American television and radio during the nineteen fifties red scare don't miss all of it with Alison Stewart, we gave at noon on WNYC..

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"sarah newfield" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"sarah newfield" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The instruments here at the end of that song is a traditional Estonian table harp. Kind of zipper known as the Connell also known as the content and it is played by Turner curves. Who is the composer of that song? The well, actually, he's the arranger of that song the original composition is by his countrymen value tormy's in the the song is called toseh- say Ma Aloul the song of the plane land. It is from an album that mostly features curve. It's his own music record is called mirror, and it mostly features the Estonian philharmonic chamber choir with Turner, Collier, stay conducting. But on that song. You heard the solo voice of Qadri boron prior to that you heard the full Estonian philharmonic chamber choir doing one of value his own songs called singing aboard ship. An arrangement of an Estonian folk song by value tormy's who has specialized in this sort of thing for many decades, and obviously turn curve it's taking a fair amount of inspiration from the work of his older. Countryman will hear another piece that has the two of them collaborating later on in the program, but a more rhythmic and dramatic work as well when we continue in a moment, it'll be with a choral piece from Iceland from unadorned faults daughter. We also have music from the vocalist violinist Sarah newfield, probably best known as a member of the rock band. Arcade fire, but someone who's done a lot of interesting solo work as well all of that coming up as we continue. I'm John Shafer. And you're listening to new sounds if.

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