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"scarlatti" Discussed on The Slowdown
"I have always been fascinated by ex lovers and their role in my life now. My boyfriend from college and I are still friends. My two high school boyfriends and I are friendly, though, a little distant. But as the years go by, there are some exes I'd rather not run into, and a few, I'd like to see. What is it about some people? The ones to whom were always somewhat connected. A few months ago, I was briefly in New York, and one of the first people I ran into outside the pencil factory in greenpoint was an ex-boyfriend of mine from over 15 years ago. He was still kind, funny and handsome. We laughed, and his beautiful young companion, took a group photo of us outside on the sidewalk. He didn't stay for a drink. But even the short ketchup was, what's the word? Sweet. My husband was with me, and he and my ex talked briefly about music and the pandemic and how different everything was. And also the same. It was just good to know we were all safe and okay. I suppose that's the thing about exes. Time goes on, but the moment you share together, that has stopped, stayed frozen, like a film still, from a movie. In today's gorgeous poem we see an achingly true depiction of the moment when two old lovers meet again. After the fire, by Gregory, Frazier. I heard you were going to Italy. He said, you heard correct? She said, you finally did it. He said, I'm happy for you. I'm happy for myself. She said one of scarlatti sonatas poured through the wide French doors, and a toast went up to the hosts, who announced they had been summoned by the spirits to throw the little soiree. Sometimes he said, I feel so. I don't know. Droopy. When I think of us, like a glove, he said, on a hand without fingers. Funny, she said, I sometimes feel like the hand. Wind moved like memory through a stand of pines, and then, as though a great umbrella sprang open. It was night. He looked absently off the veranda, and thought of days that followed her exit, stretched on end, uniform and blank, like pavement slabs. Do you miss me? He said? Do you miss me? She said? I missed the self I was with you. He said. His face was a letter torn to pieces and taped together. She trembled, like the wire inside a lightbulb. Do you remember, she said, when you told me, poetry is for those who walk in their sleep. Do you remember, he said, when you called a self portrait a canvas you paint yourself out of. She let slip a trickle of laughter, then shut the tap. It was getting late. Soon the guess would find and vanish into their coats. This life is just the clang of a bell he said. They kept quiet then, for what seemed like a very long while. Venice, he asked, at last Florence, Rome, none of these, she said, I'm off to a tiny borgo in the umbrian hills called posting llano. He squinted for a moment. After the fire, he said. So the brochure said, she said..
"scarlatti" Discussed on From the Top with Host Christopher O'Riley
"Couldn't we all use a bit of daily joy in our daily routines. Well if you sign up for from the top staley joy video series. You'll have incredibly joyful minute long music videos delivered to you. Daily sign up at from the top dot oregon cheer up support for. Npr comes from this station and from the volkogonov foundation supporting programs that protect the environment educate children and promote classical music from the national endowment for the arts the federal agency that supports the arts and creativity in communities across the nation. More information is available at arts dot gov and from the john s. and james l. knight foundation helping npr advanced journalistic excellence in the digital age from npr. It's from the top celebrating. The power of music in the hands of america's kids this week we're having fun going through the archives to pull out some of the most exciting performances and stories. We've recorded recently coming up a teenage baritone from maryland performance the music of alessandro scarlatti pianist. Peter dugan from the tops host is sponsored by susan and gerald slavic..
"scarlatti" Discussed on Cueca Apertada
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"scarlatti" Discussed on Transition Virginia
"That's the goal christie. You actually just hit on something interesting. Because it's a collective action problem among the landlords themselves. They know individually. It's very much a game theory. They know individually. They're better off kicking that runner out and trying to replace them with somebody who can pay that rent but as a collective body if that were to happen what is the effect of all these addictions on tenant records hitting the market all at once because his sticks with you right right. Well so great question. That actually was address during last summer. Special session to a degree. It's going to be a. I think your premises look. If all a a lot of these tenants get addicted for non payment of rent that becomes what what i call. The scarlet becomes a scarlatti on their record and because so many landlords. Now use these big third party screening companies like core logic. They're just going to get back a report that says nope thumbs-down don't rent to this person right not ever realizing that the scarlet happened during this pandemic over should be treated differently. According to our law it should be not counted against somebody. But that's a lot. It's very difficult to implement. I don't think many people are gonna benefit from it because of the difficulty implementation despite its good intentions so it could be mess and what that could mean is. Nobody's getting any wrestling. I mean that's exaggeration. Right but that the rental units are vacant. And i think even in the short term individually i think he said thomas i would not feel confident as a landlord right now that if i have visited somebody i'm going to easily get another ten in I think what we're seeing. Is that higher end. Higher cost rentals actually going down slightly cost because so many people are buying homes so they were already seeing that top level that landlords who do have vacancies struggling to sell them more so than in the past. Unfortunately things at the lower end of the costs spectrum are harder predict. I think that some landlords continue to raise rent. Don't think that is helpful in this circumstance. And as i said earlier in that area people to paying forty to fifty percent of their income for rent and maybe less like they have. They definitely have fewer choices. All of that to say it's hard to predict but addictions now could easily to addictions in a few months of new tenant. Why not work with what you have right now or a one. Last question before we wrap up christie mara. Virginia poverty law center. We really appreciate your time and coming on the podcast and explaining this to us. What's next for the virginia. Poverty law center. I know you're working on a project that you plan on rolling out in the near future here. Talk a little bit about that. I would love to. Michael thank you. We are working with a number of stakeholders in the affordable housing community in the faith community and others to try to develop a pilot program for the richmond. Msa possibly charlottesville msa that we're calling. the repair. did homeownership pilot program. It would be a very robust down payment assistance program for people. Earning less than eighty percent of the area median income new either lost opportunities for homeownership or lost homeownership or whose ancestors lost home ownership or family arms due to the racist policies and practices in the past. We're talking redlining. We're talking about quote urban renewal that destroyed neighborhoods like vinegar hill charlottesville. We're talking about highway construction that dissecting neighborhoods like randolph. Enrichment parker great neighborhood in alexandria where i live sexually by major highway. That went right through the middle of it. And there goes your historic america neighborhood. Exactly everywhere we can. It's it's heartbreaking. And i believe and i'm not alone in this. It's one of the reasons that the black homeownership gab is larger today than it was in the early nineteen sixties when our housing act was passed to narrow that very gap. and so. we're really excited at this. We have great legislative champions in senator. Al hashmi delegate. Jeff born here in richmond. Great partners looking at this with us and i would love to talk to you more about it in january and see where we are then so. That's all for this episode supportive on patriotic or sent an email to transition. Va podcast if gmail.com like and follow at transition on twitter and anywhere positive cast read the transcripts at transition virginia dot com and special. Thanks to emily cottrell for figuring out what the heck were saying. Thanks for being on the transition team. We're your host. Thomas bowman and i'm michael..
"scarlatti" Discussed on For Women Who Love The F-Word
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"scarlatti" Discussed on Museumspodden
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"scarlatti" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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American passenger recalls trying to kill train attacker
"One of three Americans hailed as heroes for tackling an alleged Islamic state gunmen aboard a Paris bound train testified at the man's trial in Paris this happened on a train from Amsterdam to Paris in twenty fifteen this law a guy entering the train with an A. K. and the handgun in court Alex Skarlatos says he yanked a pistol from the attacker's hand turned it on him pull the trigger but it didn't fire in my initial statement to French police I did not say that because I was unsure of French self defense laws Scarlatti within two long time friends were vacationing together we had actually joked about something like this happening and it was just I don't know how to describe it but it's just a sense of who we were all on the same page without speaking about it this was all made into a movie directed by Clint Eastwood if convicted the attacker faces a maximum life sentence I'm at Donahue
"scarlatti" Discussed on WTOP
"New windows from one donation, give 50% off with zero down and zero payments or interest for two full years visit when the nation dot com today. I'm Rob Stallworth. W t o P. Strafford now to storm team for meteorologists. Brianna Berman solo temperatures very mild out there and it's cloudy. If you have any outdoor plans, maybe get in some yard work done or taking a stroll around the neighbourhood. It should say nice, warm and mild throughout the day, and we may even have a little sunshine for the afternoon hours than high clouds roll back in tonight We'll see overcast conditions overnight temperatures. Mild once again in the sixties. Early tomorrow morning. Look for fog is you're headed out the door when you're on the roads, and then we've got plenty of sunshine for the afternoon hours. Low eighties. Start off your work week. I'm something for meteorologist for you. Government Cilla. It's 74 degrees outside the W T O P studios in friendship Heights brought to you by Manfred's warehouse. With confidence with a one year price guarantee. Only at mattress warehouse sleep happens dot com It's 1 41 with fewer than 40 days until the election President Trump and Senate Republicans are hoping to rush there. Pick for the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Supreme Court seat through the confirmation process. Judge Amy Cockney. Barrett is the president's choice. She had a long career in academia, writing Scarlatti papers on the court of the work of the court. The closest analog is probably Justice Elena Kagan, who had a long career in academia before serving briefly in the Justice Department of Enjoining the Supreme Court. That's Adam White resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute. White says much of Barrett's legal scholarship has focused on the issue of precedent that some of the most important questions in the court these days is. The court thinks about how to interpret the law. So I think you have a big impact on the cases the court takes and the way she goes about deciding whether or not to overrule precedent. Another new poll out this morning shows that amid all the upheaval happening around the country, the race for president remains very stable. A new Washington Post ABC News poll gives former Vice President Joe Biden 54 to 44% lead over the president among likely voters. The margin of error is plus or minus 4%. Is a big gender gap playing out in this race while the president leads with men by about the same margin, he won the election in 2016 women Voters say they're backing Biden by a 30% margin, double what Hillary Clinton garnered that year. People also suggests near record interest in the race. A group of medical students in D. C have become part of a network of volunteers helping out with the pandemic response. We've been primarily working at covert testing sites. We also teams volunteers who deliver PP equipment or something like masks, hand sanitizers. We have them delivered to every that's needed, such as clinics and hospitals. Jenny Liu is a medical student and press coordinator for the National Student Response Network. He coordinates the volunteer efforts of nearly 500 Health professions. Students in D. C. Maryland and Virginia. He along with urgent murder. It says The response from volunteers so far has been great help professions. Students are more than eager and willing to find volunteering opportunities through us, So that must mean we're doing something right. Andrea Camryn w GOP News Lessons will resume in person at James Madison University and students will be returning to Harrisonburg on October 5th month after a covert 19 outbreak. JM US quadrupled its number of isolation beds with the help of four local hotels. If students need to be quarantined, and the school says 1400 students could quarantine in place The number of students in the classroom is being reduced to 50. So in a large class of 150 would be in class one session with the rest online and they'd switch the next class. More than 99% of those infected have had mild or no symptoms, and JMU will test 300 asymptomatic students each week to try to keep ahead of outbreaks. Dear Lord, constrain w t. O P knows this weekend's Library of Congress National Book Festival features more than 120 authors on nine virtual stages like John Grisham on the virtual fiction stage. Talks about raising awareness through writing about issues that trouble him, especially dealing with criminal justice and criminal justice reform and criminal injustice system. You can enjoy the book Festival experience online for 60 days after the main events wrap up this evening. Run with purpose in the annual Marine Corps Marathon and tell.
"Hello from Wonder Media Network I'm Jenny Kaplan and this is encyclopedia will manteca today's musician was a piano virtuoso and composer at a time when women rarely performed or wrote their own work although many of her compositions remain unknown her collaborations with her husband resulted in one of the most fruitful musical partnerships at the early nineteenth century. Let's talk about Clara Schumann. Clara Josephine was born in Eighteen nineteen in Leipzig Germany her father Frederik peak was a sought after piano instructor. Frederick married one of his students, Marianne and together they had five children, Clara and her four brothers. Is Five her parents divorced Clara, and her brothers became the legal property of their father. Clara's mother remarried and moved to Berlin which limited contact between them two letters, periodic visits. Frederick Recognize Clara's early musical talents and dedicated himself to her musical education. Under his tutelage she studied Violin Piano Music, theory, and business. Frederick even sent Clara around Germany to study with some of the finest composition teachers in Leipzig Dresden and Berlin. In eighteen twenty nine at the age of eleven, Clara made her performance debut in Leipzig Clara began touring in Germany France and Austria. She was one of the few pianists of her time who played by memory and she performed not only her own compositions but also those that were more well known by Johann Sebastian Bach Domenico Scarlatti. Ludwig. Van Beethoven and Robert Schumann. Robert Schumann due to a self inflicted injury to his right hand was the only composer among his contemporaries who did not play his own work. Clara took on his work for him. In nineteen thirty, one at the age of twelve she gave her first performance of his piano composition papillon. Over the course of the next five years, Clara, became wildly infatuated with Robert Schumann the match made her father very concerned at that point Clara was already famous and successful performer. Robert was a relatively unknown composer. Frederic. Saw The match as beneath Clara and so at the age of Seventeen Clara's father center to Dresden in hopes of severing ties between the two. But as is the case with many famed love stories. Parental intervention didn't go as planned. Despite, Clara's demanding performing and touring schedule. Clara and Robert wrote to each other in secret over many months using an intermediary to deliver their letters. When the two decided to wet. Strong resistance from Clara's father in nineteenth century Germany, a woman could not marry without her father's consent and Frederick refused to give it. Robert took Frederick to court over his refusal and Frederick countered with charges against Robert After nearly a year of legal battles the court finally sanctioned the marriage the couple married in September eighteen forty one day before Clare Clara's twenty first birthday and settled in Leipzig for years. Later, Robert suffered a severe breakdown and the couple relocated to Dresden at the recommendation of Roberts doctors. Over the course of their marriage Clara was pregnant ten times and had eight children despite having such a large family Clark continued to perform, compose, teach piano, and support Robert in his career. Despite Clare's existing professional success, it was Robert's career that was prioritized in the marriage nevertheless clar used the arrangement to her advantage. She performed her own arrangements of Roberts pieces during her concert tours and Robert in kind what insert phrases from Clarence compositions
"scarlatti" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"This next piece that you're about to hear was recorded live in our studio in 1990 by the ensemble zeitgeist, based in the twin cities of Minnesota. And it's called little Piano Book. It is ah, Siri's of short poems by, ironically, not the group's pianist, but they're sax player Bob Sam Arado. And if you've ever studied the piano yourself, you'll get a lot of the kind of in jokes, references to Scarlatti and cool ao and other composers that we seem to know only because of their Piano teaching pieces, and the whole thing becomes More of a metaphor, a metaphor for what might be up to you to decide, But there's clearly more than meets the eye or ear in this piece. Eh? So it goes from early studies to the first recital, which does not go well and by the end, you know this Siri's of poems, which have a really dry wit to them. Has become something also quite poignant Little Piano book is based on a short piano piece by the French composer Erich Sati, which was played live on our piano bite by the group's pianist Tom Linker. Over and over again, while Bob is reading his text. So that left the other two members of zeitgeist and myself free to surround the piano and to essentially do a kind of a live preparation of the instrument by putting Whatever we had on hand things from our pockets in our hands and by the end of the piece The piano's voice is silent. Let's hear the voice of Bob some Arado and the rest of the ensemble zeitgeist in this 1990 live performance in our studio of Little Piano.
"scarlatti" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Singers Metropolitan Opera mezzo soprano Kate Lindsey it's a set of three seldom heard eighteen century cantatas by Handel Haydn and Alex Sandro Scarlatti all on the lugubrious theme of lost love the CD is called Arianna in each of the pieces tells the story of our E. Adeni Arianna in Italian she was the princess from Crete who fell in love with the Greek hero Theseus she helped him find his way out of the labyrinth after he slew the minotaur by giving him a ball of thread so that he could retrace his steps through the maze Theseus took her to the island of naxals but abandoned her there eventually the god Dionysus rescued her and turned her into a constellation in the twentieth century this was the subject of recharge Strauss's famous opera R. Ianni alpha knocks those but it was a subject that had already interested composers over three hundred years earlier handle like bar occasionally recycled his own music the first aria in the handle cantata vacate Lindsay sings on this recording is actually the same music for Handel aria she sang just this past season at the met she played a very kinky young Nero and handles viciously satirical opera Agra Pena which was composed around the same time as the cantata in the opera Nero's ruthlessly cynical mother Agra Pena will stop at nothing to make him emperor in one scene she's gotten Nero to attract followers by throwing money at them it's the very same music down to the memorable introduction that.
"scarlatti" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV
"Number here. Wd Lisa Scarlatti and Richard Watts both affiliated with the University of Vermont so The Center for Research on Vermont and the Community News Service are my guest this morning. We maybe I think we're going to be hearing from somebody of your your students who may be checking in with us from the field. Shall we say or getting ready to go out into the field This morning and maybe talk to us a little bit about what they expect to hear. In C- Richard are mostly. Most of the students are going to their first town meetings. Or is this Completely rookie experience or they maybe grew did some of them grow up in the small. Vermont towns going to meetings of their folks. What do you know about that? We've been doing this for a few years now. In fact it traces from a very very famous political scientists that uvm Frank Bryant who devoted his Co. career to studying COM meeting. In fact his students over thirty years attended fifteen hundred town meetings and so for the last three or four years. We've been gathering a group of students that go to town meeting and report on it. The Way Frank. Prime would which is about counting. How many people they are in counting. How much participation there is and counting the differences in in what comes up at the at the meeting and also how attendances changed over time. Lisa and these students are bringing a whole new approach to this in addition to or instead of that the metric or measuring that we used to do now trying to tell stories from town meeting and as far as the students who are involved many of them. Don't come from Vermont and for them. It's just a huge eye opener. Having done this now for a few years they just come back blown away by how much people participate in how people get so engaged with debating. These issues and yes. Lots of things have happened to undercut town meeting. But in some towns there's real democracy going on that you can't really see anywhere else anywhere else in this country. Where people are talking about and debating issues face-to-face disagreeing face to face and having civil discussions. It's an amazing thing when it works. Lisa's Galati You're a years ago. Our reporter at the BURLINGTON free press. I think that's when I first met you way back in the nineties or something I was working for the AP and you were covering the State House for the free press you. Also I think there's some local coverage for them from as part of your career. Oh Yeah did you go to some time meetings as a young reporter back in the day many when I first started the free president was nineteen eighty-seven and there was still a pretty large local staff that covered the community's pretty closely So I did cover a lot of the communities in Chilton county at the time and then moved onto covered City Hall. Mangan at the end of the Sanders Years in the beginning of Peter lavelle being mayor And then to the State House. But yeah there's it's also evolved where they used to be more ten meetings on ten meeting day now. There's more that happened the night before. I think Richard was at a meeting last night and Heinsburg with hopefully a couple of our students who are covering it for the HEINSBURG record A few different partnerships happening with a few different news organizations and that was one of them to Had A really interesting presentation this week. We're in elections officials from the city of Burlington. Came to talk to our students about how the votes are recorded on town meeting. So this evening we're going to have our students going out to the wards and Burlington to await the results that come from the tabulation machines As soon as the polls are done and they are the voting is done and the machines are then Hit and she was explaining how these machines are very low tech. They spit out. What looks looks like a cash register tape then has information on them and we're explaining to them and she gives them a really good sort of history lesson about how how these things work and how they're collected and then how their compiled for people to then have results so they're going to be out there watching. This process happened as people finish casting their ballots. And then seeing how are our machines work Which then sort of dovetails into their concerns have been hearing so much about elections security and that sort of thing but they're going to get to see in person how the machines work. How the ballots? Louisville's look like and how they recorded And then help feed some of that information into the the composite that happens at the end of the night the mechanics and logistics Election Security of course a huge issue nationally. I've had Secretary of State Jim condos in as a guest on the Dave Graham show several times now and and he always makes the point that Vermont of course has always has a paper ballot that it can go back to you if it needs to in a pension and actually count by hand And he expresses a lot of confidence. I it seems reasonable to me to think that that makes Contributes to the confidence that For Monitor's should have in the security our own election system. Of course the other thing that I think helps with that is that it's very decentralized in other words It would be quite difficult to go in and hack and essentially every town clerk's office in Vermont. If you wanted to alter statewide result or something here would be it would be quite Quite challenging so Couple of couple of interesting points there. and Richard Watson. I'm just wondering the the history of this program you said it goes back to Frank Bryan. Who's now retired from the University of Vermont? Yes Frank's retired and he One thing to your earlier question. He invented the single democratic index which was a measure of how many people attended and how many people participated and a couple of years ago. We had a student from Belvedere. He grew up in Belvedere and Belvedere often ranked in francs research as the most democratic town in Vermont so we were able to send a student and a couple of friends to Belvedere and Belvedere again won that title with more than half the voters in town showing up and more than three quarters of those voters during that town meeting. Having something to say. Wow that is quite a quite a record. I mean that's sort of the classic Norman Rockwell picture of town meeting than of happening. Still in in Belvedere is that and is it still a morning meeting on the Tuesday morning of town meeting day. Yes it is as as as you know number of the smaller towns but you know it has to do like voting is in a way the lowest way you can participate you go in. You cast your ballot count. Meaning it's a commitment. It's a couple of hours but it also is Away to really exercise that civic -ness of democracy where you're talking and debating last night at town meeting in my town there was a move to raise budget item and we had to go to a standing vote so you have to sort of look face to face your neighbors who you disagree with some are standing some aren't And yet you're going to go back and you know. See them in the grocery stores. What was the budget? Item was to raise additional money for the Heinsburg Community Resource Center to add. Two thousand dollars to this. You know vital community entity. Well what does the High Hines? Work Community Resource Center. Dude you know all kinds of things all kinds of things. I learned last night there a nonprofit and they do a lot of community service projects in the town. Aren't they the organization that runs the Food Shelf? Food Shelf Programs little kids for our seniors but here you know psych bar came in with the budget and the voters town said. That's not enough. And so we debated that for good thirty minutes so they wanted to add more money to the resource center and we ended up adding two thousand dollars so well and that's one of the things that happens at town meeting as we sit here right now in waterbury just up the street from us at that. Two primary schools of the ten meeting is is ongoing right now for the town of Waterbury And in many towns that have these in person. Meetings. There's a list on their warning of the different organizations that the town would support with donations..
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"Attending, pod Camp Western, Massachusetts! It's going to be so much fun. If you are in that area, please do check it out. It's pod Camp WM DOT org. It's an unconscious conference. I went last year for the first time. It was so much fun. and. I would really like to give a shoutout to Paul. Chomo, he's in Florida. And he and his Co host Donna produce the show called varmints. It's a really fun. Show podcast about animals. Each episode is about one animal, and it's really fun, and my my son who also podcast her. Seb's world of sports he has been on it a couple of times to help them with their rug. Rat Corner where they have children state what they know and think about that particular animal, but it's really fun listen. They're entertaining and informative. Oh my goodness, and they have this tongue in cheek episode about dragons, but I love the drag from the movie series. How to train your dragon just love that dragon so? That's I'm totally going off on a ramble there, but I just wanted to touch base with you and I would really love to connect with you if you're listening, reach out at House of the NYC and let's let's connect because you know what the world's a better place when you know Nice people right. And while I cannot guarantee I'm nice. One hundred percent of the time I am human. If you're friendly. I'll be friendly to. And as far as hot spots for New York for this episode, I have to tell you I've been waiting with baited breath for the opening of this restaurant called Uku, and it's basically Hibachi not Hibachi It's like grilled meat at your table type of thing. Usually that's Korean, but the Japanese do it too, and there's this restaurant. It's Ju- Kaku output. That in the show notes as well. It's supposed to be opening up and they teased as they said yes. We're opening and then I. check their website and they're like. No, we're not open. And then I just want to ask you what your feelings are about cheese bread, and it's a Brazilian sort of snack I guess and it's made of Tapioca, flour and Parmesan cheese, and it's gluten free, but it's so Yummy, and you can get it at br. Brazilian Cherry Scarlatti. Cardio places you know the place where you buy It's like a buffet..
"scarlatti" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"Listening to W. O. R. T. eighty nine point nine FM Madison and W. O. R. T. F. M. dot you're listening to another green world we closed out that last sept with John Gorka we're gonna look ahead to Joe Jenks Joe's had an outstanding career he actually to classical training invoice but he melds the elements of vocal technique with folk style there was one of the key members of the brother son trio which just within the last couple years had the number one played in selling folk album brother son a fantastic trio they were three individualization to separate careers got together knocked it out of the ballpark now have gone their own path as you can imagine the life of any working musician is complex and they would as often happens in this field travel sometimes fly in for a show if they could afford it on to the next of Joe find singer writes a column for the mad folk news so each month you can get a column from Joe jinx he's doing a song of psych con shuttle and loom welcome Douglas hammered dulcimer player originally teamed up with grey Larsen hammered dulcimer and fiddle other instruments Malcolm was a member of the national Boychoir and this put together a group of teen singers the mood lights and they sung as pleasure and you'll hear it's simply vocalize syllables no lyrics and it reflects a bit of classical styling kind of on the edges of what some would consider folk Cheryl Wheeler Ghandi Buddha the luck of finding a partner who you treasure and from banjo list Bela Fleck with the Scarlatti piece we're stretching the boundaries on this next set down from the mountain hi sixteen counts chicken there's an spring water I gave it all up and wins sure Bob sometimes I don't even know.
"scarlatti" Discussed on KGO 810
"You understand the New World order of the twenty first century John Batchelor show okay the card Chang Kim the undistinguished the lady of the failed state of North Korea is reminding everyone that he has no understanding whatsoever of building good relations with the south why because he was just tear down the hotels the south built this is what you'd have to say architecture as failure we welcome Gregory Scarlatti Greg is our guide on north Korean misbehavior and south Korean Optimus this Greg is also the executive director of the committee for human rights in North Korea right Kim the undistinguished et cetera et cetera was to tear down hotels built by South Korea what is South Korea make of this why tear down hotels that don't have anybody in the map how does this move the story of bringing the two a two nations together good evening to you good evening to you John Gordon well keen John Goodman has been focused on is slogan and mom trough the young genal song the young jin policy involving the simultaneous development of nuclear weapons and the economy bridge only the economy is a big saying a big deal between John and well in order to develop North Korea of course you would have to give up nuclear weapons weapons of mass destruction and ballistic missiles they would have to to a halt this is there a bit small human rights violations but foreign direct investment should be a very important part of any semblance of economic development in North Korea Kim Jong then well of course the the the property of Sean their office on the south Korean investor was that was confiscated under his father Kim Jong il and now he plans on destroying bulldozing the property at a Korean direct investment well it was a green field investment of course this place the DPRK under Kim Jong then on the S. predecessors has absolutely zero credibility this is a country that has defaulted on its foreign debt this is a country that expropriate foreign direct investors and south Korean investors and destroy their property so it makes absolutely no sense if not North Korea wants any kind of semblance of economic development it's a great let me see if I get this straight you have a south Korean company high end day they build a resort mount come gone in North Korea now the north Koreans want to tear it down and to add all of this if South Korea wanted to invest in this resort again it would be a violation of U. N. security council sanctions namely resolution twenty to seventy so what is Kim Jong un thinking Kim Jong hoon has a zero respect for South Korea and south Koreans basically the way this regime operates the way this regime has operated especially on the King John then is that they just expect the south Koreans to stand at attention if they get a signal that the north Koreans want to talk to them they should basically report for beauty and and and talk to them so this is the a a a basically reflection of the profound disdain that Kim Jong then has for up for South Korea and south Koreans and this is another example just a couple days ago Kim Jong un said look we're not taking food aid from the south Koreans Gordon all I have medical so many groups over the past few weeks trying to deliver a message that I regard as pro came regime in Washington DC in New York City and elsewhere a message that also involves the speech you of humanitarian aid north Koreans and need humanitarian aid the sanctions are hurting the the people of North Korea thousands of being killed by the sanctions now the the people of North Korea have been hurt by the policy of the Cuban regime across multiple games and of course we we wholly in favor of humanitarian assistance going to the most convolvulus children people in detention in particular political prism prism political prisoners and what is your favorite humanitarian assistance that relies on transparency adequate monitoring evaluation that is not the case and this is such a slap in the face of the south Koreans you said they simply rejected the humanitarian assistance offered by the south so this is deep politicisation of humanitarian assistance at the expense of vulnerable groups in North Korea Kim Jong un does not care about vulnerable groups of course he does not want these people to die by the millions bought if he has to sacrifice them by the millions in order to stay in power he will do it in the blink of an eye Greg quickly twenty seconds didn't they used to take the food aid and resell it.
"scarlatti" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"I'm not going to run up and down your catalog but when you when you did perpetual motion which I again I think it's almost that's almost twenty years ago that was classical married with blue grass and again who else came up with that idea I'm going to throw one at your memory any flat which I think is a wonderful piece of music your homage to Tchaikovsky nobody was doing that with the instrument you are playing and I I just wonder where the seed for that came for you that album to me is the is the straight classical out actually won a Grammy for best classical album but which is crazy to do on a band of it they call the contemporary classical I would say it's a traditional class go out because it was the works of Bach if you're talking about was the check out and they were that Beethoven on there that was so Scarlatti and it was really neat transcribing those pieces but I got to play with some of the great classical music and musicians in the world and I got to play on a banjo when I try to do something I tried with the best people I can I I get the mess around with Indian music with with like your Hussein you know doing the great Indian players in the world and any chance I get to play with you know the C. Correa he regularly as a duo and to me that's like come to very much on.
"scarlatti" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Billy holiday, and I cover the waterfront the Sheikh of Arab E R Tatum. The song book on WNYC want to note the birthday anniversary of Johnny Guarneri. Boy, did he make a keyboard do things it didn't know it could do there is a merging of classical and jazz under Guan Yaris touch for in his touch that is absolutely unique. He was able to get into instruments like the harpsichord and make them swing this as much Scarlatti as there is swing in the record. You're about to hear Johnny Guarneri. Joining the wonderful pickup or combo group. Small combo group that broke away from the Artie Shaw orchestra known as the Gramercy five. Here is summit ridge drive. There's your classy jazz birthday anniversary for the great keyboardist. Johnny Guarneri joining Artie Shaw and the Gramercy five summit ridge drive nineteen forty. They had no GPS back. Then if you got lost looking for summit ridge drive in the Hollywood hills. Good luck pal the songbook on WNYC with Paul Cavalcanti. This week on the media after Christ's church a debate about how to understand evil without spreading evil. Archivists of hate groups argue it is possible if they're internal messages get exposed and it shows how they're trying to manipulate people into buying into what they're selling. It makes them look weaker. This this week's on the media from WNYC tomorrow morning at ten on ninety three.
"scarlatti" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"And it's called little piano book it is a series of short poems by ironically, not the group's pianist. But they're sax player. Bob summar auto, and if you've ever studied the piano yourself, you'll get a lot of the kind of Inge oaks references to Scarlatti and cool and other composers that we seem to know only because of their piano, teaching pieces, and the whole thing becomes more of a metaphor, a metaphor for what might be up to you to decide, but there's clearly more than meets the eye or ear in this piece. So it goes from early studies to the first recital. Which does not go. Well, and by the end, you know, this series of of poems, which have a real dry wit to them has become something. Also, quite poignant little piano book is based on a short piano piece by the French composer, Erik satie which was played live on on our piano by by the group's pianist Tom Lincoln over and over again while Bob is reading his text. So that left the other two members of zeitgeist and myself free to surround the piano, and to essentially do a kind of a live preparation of the instrument by putting whatever we had on hand things from our pockets in our hands. And by the end of the piece, the Piano's voice is silent. Let's hear the voice of Bob summer auto and the rest of the ensemble zeitgeist in this nineteen ninety live performance in our studio of little piano book..