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"tchaikovsky" Discussed on Yesteryear Old Time Radio
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"tchaikovsky" Discussed on Yesteryear Old Time Radio
Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center cancel fall schedules
"Carnegie Hall and Lincoln center of scrap their fall schedules and the New York City Ballet has already called off its annual holiday presentation of Tchaikovsky's The Nutcracker Carnegie has placed fifty members of its administration staff on unpaid leave with health benefits and Lincoln center's fall cancellations include it's great performers series now scheduled for February and its annual white light
Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov 3: Russian Operas
"The flight of the Bumblebee has become much more famous than the opera for which Nikolai Ski Korsakov routed today. Bits of other Russian operas that have become better known in the concert hall then on the Opera Stage they call Me Kyle. Glinka the father of Russian classical music you hardly ever see Glinka opera Muslim and Ludmilla but you hear the overture. All the time well at least loosely. Ludmila has been performed. That's more than you can say for some operas. Lada flopped twice the first time a Russian theatre asked four different composers to collaborate writing combination. Opera Ballet. That Malaysia was never performed. Then rimsky-korsakov who was one of the four composers recycled the music he'd written into a melodic of own. That Lotte lasted all of six performances. Malaga is a funny title. Sergei PROKOFIEV program called the love for three oranges. The love for three oranges is about a prince who finds the princess? He loves inside. An orange one of three oranges. Love is a big problem for the title character in an opera by Tchaikovsky. Called Eugene on Yagan. A girl named Tatyana falls in love with gene on Yagan. But he doesn't fall in love with her until it's too late and she's married to someone else. The two of them always seemed to be meeting up at a ball. So Tchaikovsky put plenty of dance music including this waltz into his office part of Modesto Missouri Skis Opera. Boris good enough takes place in a Polish court where they do a Polish Vance the pullen his another Russian opera with famous dances in it is by Alexander Barra. Dean. Borodino was a professor of chemistry. Who only got to write music in his spare time. His only opera was prince eager in which the prince eager gets captured. While fighting the pile-up Ziems the best known. Part of the opera is when the Pelosi enslaves entertain prints e core by singing. Dancing Borodino died before he could finish prince eager but two of his friends who knew how he wanted it to sound finished it for him. One of those friends was Nikolai. Rimsky-korsakov whose flight of the Bumblebee is far more famous than the tale of our Sultan. The opera for which he wrote
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
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
"tchaikovsky" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"The world I love that Tchaikovsky doesn't expect his violin concerto the only be played by Russian this year we're all supposed to play all the good music because that's how we learn about each and orchestrate harmony or an idea as CBS news Brooklyn New York the navy expected on or war war to hero by naming a new aircraft carrier for the first African American to receive the navy cross on Martin Luther king junior day at Pearl Harbor the navy will name the Kerrier after mess attended second class Doris Miller he received the navy cross for his actions on December seventh nineteen forty one what he meant a machine gun on the USS West Virginia the fire back at attacking Japanese planes Doreen Ravenscroft is president of cultural arts of Waco Texas and team leader for the doors Miller memorial in nineteen forty one an African American wasn't allowed to man the gun in the navy ravens crosses Miller would could rise above a mess men level but believes his actions that day changed the thinking in the navy Miller die while serving on a ship that was torpedoed by a Japanese sub in November of nineteen forty three it's twelve fifty times your money it's another delay for Boeing as it tries to get the seven thirty seven MAX ready for take off and it's costing Boeing at least a week a glitch in software that performs validation checks during start up not during flight still Boeing shares drag the Dow down two percent more pressure on the company is coming from the airforce the service is top military officer has sent Boeing's new CEO a letter saying nine years after it won a competition to provide a combat ready refueling tanker still hasn't arrived studio space is scarce in the area and that is part of the reason feel Malay says location production fell five percent last quarter the other reason the end of some major series such as ballers in the affair Wall Street didn't have to do much to set a new round of records just stay out of the red the Dow did it by gaining fifty to twenty nine three forty eight the nasdaq.
"tchaikovsky" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"I will tell you about that change you're gonna see it's going to be obvious will be able to ignore it but we'll give you a heads up on what it is and whether or not it's good news that's coming up let's get a traffic for now from Tracy Taylor so I'm hearing about a crash on the highway or actually on ninety nine at the west Seattle bridge it's walking north and southbound lanes done like dead guys were also hearing from drivers at ninety nine seven three that Jovita is close just above the West Valley highway in Milton because of a rollover crash it's blocking both lanes up and down the hills of cars are turning around there I'm also hearing about this wreck on the southbound I. five out near it at five twelve it's still taking up the right lane north on highway seven is still blocked out near thirty eight four crash they're still pretty busy on south and one six seven for some odd reason we're tied up between valley Medical Center and heading out towards eighty fourth in central and can't and it's busy on south and four oh five getting out of bell these continuing into new castle Kyra radio real time traffic and Tracy Taylor hello well in my new year's resolution for twenty twenty buy a brand new car at great prices at Chevrolet okay I'm just I'm just getting my real resolution is to finally try and meditate and spend less time on social media from all of us Cairo radio and my north west dot com happy new year Seattle presents Tchaikovsky's Grandin gorgeous Russian romance Eugene owning and elegant story long and stop taking music by the composer of The Nutcracker and Swanley Tchaikovsky Eugene Onegin January eleventh twenty six Seattle opera dot orgy you know about all the entertainment to to lay lip resort casino great shows coming up Michael Bolton will be too late the day after Valentine's day February fifteenth tickets are on.
"tchaikovsky" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"But why would that be significant Tchaikovsky a guy I usually use classical music that's my field so Tchaikovsky was gay every biography of Tchaikovsky notes that was part of his is the banks about life in Russia was not apparently upon favorably any suffered for them it's a tragedy that he suffered for that is a lot of his music this tragic lot of Jews because the treasure Swan Lake is just pure beauty both of the fourth symphony is this for with pain well the last three symphonies or anyway the the point is everyone who knows music and and knows anything about composers knows the truck because he was gay but it's not mentioned unless it's relevant if you if you read an analysis of his first piano concerto probably is most famous piece and I don't know anybody who will say well and we want you to understand Tchaikovsky was gay and this is another example of gays contributions to the arts is that was out was that what they will want and and how do you know where somebody's bisexual there is there are records of people being homosexual he admits in Illinois V. it's stated the purpose is to make LGBTQ people have a higher self image the moment history is taught to make people feel good it is no longer history is that fair to say it's a propaganda.
"tchaikovsky" Discussed on KCRW
"Craving a sense of the cold, it's kind of great in festive their champagne, and a lovely live eight piece orchestra tucked in the corner around him naturally, white grand, piano. They've created a lovely three row theater inside the vacant floor of an office building beyond the oddity the payoff such as it is comes when the lights dim for the opening number and the city reveals itself beyond the frosted windows for an instant, it's dazzling to quibble. It's unfortunate that the windows aren't facing the hills to the east where the horizon stretches through to the distant mountains. Instead your staring across at the other tower in catching glimpses down grand avenue. Not quite as majestic as to the show itself. It's not really a nutcracker. Well, you're listening to Tchaikovsky is music, and there are point shoes. But if you came for a narrow. Native of sugarplum fairies in the mouse king you're going to be disappointed. But then just about the moment, you begin missing the narrative outcomes the ice cream in addition to the popcorn and champagne when you came in. This is the first of several dessert courses, and I sort of wonder if this is a show that should come with a diabetic warning there's ice cream, candy canes and marzipan and marshmallows again. Like all that fake snow. You got to be in the right mood. The young couples unromantic dates looked in chanted the young kids who were dragged along we're temporarily sated and the grump looked grumpy.
"tchaikovsky" Discussed on Classics for Kids
"Hello. I'm Naomi Lewin. Welcome to classics for kids this month music by Russian composer. Some composers in Tchaikovsky's day didn't think his music sounded Russian enough. But to most of us it sounds plenty Russian his name was certainly Russian yacht. Yacht. Ilyich checkoff sqi. Here's how Russian names work. First names. I in Tchaikovsky's case Pyotr is Russian for Peter. Your middle. Name is a patronymics. It tells people what your father's first name is. If you're a boy, you add each or of it to your father's name to make your patronymics Tchaikovsky. Father's name was Ilia. So his patronymics was Ilych son of Ilia. If you're a girl you add ova or oath nut to your father's name. My father's name is Frank. So my Russian name is no me rankle non. Tchaikovsky was born in eighteen forty in. But Kinski a town in the euro mountains when he was eight Tchaikovsky's family moved to Saint Petersburg, which was the capital of Russia back. Then fortunately for a kid like Tchaikovsky. There was lots of music going on in Saint Petersburg. Unfortunately, for Tchaikovsky music, wasn't considered unacceptable profession, so his parents made him study law instead. But that didn't last long. I Tchaikovsky started studying music on the side. And then he gave up law to study music full-time after he graduated from the conservatory in Saint Petersburg tchaykovsky became a professor at the brand new conservatory in Moscow soon. He was being asked to compose music for all kinds of occasions. For almost fourteen years tchaykovsky had a very unusual pen pal. A rich woman who was a big fan of his music decided that she wanted to be his patroness a patron patroness. If you're a woman is a person who gives money to support someone or something like an artist or arts organization Tchaikovsky's patroness was nudged if UNMIK agenda is Russian for hope, by the way for years, she sent tchaykovsky money. So that he could spend more time composing and less time worrying about making a living, but she didn't want to meet him ever. So for years, they just wrote letters back and forth telling each other almost everything about their lives. I wonder what they would have thought of Email tchaykovsky dedicated his fourth symphony to his patroness. In addition to symphonies, ballets and other instrumental music Tchaikovsky wrote music for singers songs and operas his best known opera Eugene on Yagan also has some wonderful dance music. Tchaikovsky travelled all over Europe to attend performances of his music and in eighteen ninety one he even came to America to conduct his music at the opening of Carnegie Hall. One kind of music that Tchaikovsky wrote better than almost anyone else was ballet the Tchaikovsky ballet that gets performed. Most often is the one that pops up every Christmas the nutcracker. That was the Russian dance from Tchaikovsky's ballet, the nutcracker next week more ballet music by Tchaikovsky and more about the ballet. I'm Naomi Lewin. I write classics for kids and produce it with Tim Lander at WG UC's Cincinnati, please join me next time for more classics for kids.
"tchaikovsky" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"According, to Louie Gohmert and a, hearing a congressional hearing in July Peter Struck strokes Merck Sally. Yates they knew that China had hacked Hillary Clinton's illegal. Email server they knew that the Tchaikovsky had copies of Oliver emails they did nothing When Trump said on July. Sixteenth two thousand sixty Russia if you're listening I hope. You're able to, find, the thirty. Thousand emails that are missing the FBI the DOJ new Chicoms. Already had them they were aware of the fact for. A full year They did nothing about it They took the occasion in fact of the Chinese hack of. Hillary server and used that In a trumped up made up. Story that the Russians. Did it colluding with Trump. Stop and think of this real time the tricalm's are able it's like having screen sharing Tricalm's are actually able to watch is. Hillary Clinton used her computer And they knew it And they couldn't admit it because Obama was trafficking with Hillary on the server as were a, lot of other people And the public story wasn't Obama didn't even know about it though it was in a news but we know he knew because He could tell her Email address. Was non dot gov suffix Email address they, all knew is the point here after the break I'm up against. It on time we'll be, back here in just a second.
"tchaikovsky" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"All right I'm told because I'm not an. Expert in this Tchaikovsky rushing dance and we've. Seen the dance play out over, the last, couple of days big-time dodgier dano sitting in for Jim Bohannon and I think. President Trump, in the big, move, of, the, day, clarified, in, his, own way all that parsing of would and would not good Let's move forward he said he endorsed US intelligence is right they were trying to do x y and z there was no collusion I didn't win because of. That all exactly right rather than trying to continue And again I don't know where we're going to get because, a car made a great point tonight on the. Jim, Bohannon show. If the president. Doesn't trust the judgment. And the talking points. Upon peyot in Bolton who I, think I've interviewed. Both extensively some of. The bolt maybe as many as sixty s. Seventy. Times Pompeii oh about ten If he doesn't trust their judgment about the kind of counters in the way to, play this in addition to his own gut instincts. In, the moment Then he shouldn't have them otherwise you have to listen to them these guys are very good they're loyalist they're not weak and you can't, just. Fly by the seat of your pants and some of this stuff because you have people that are trying to entrap you in these news conferences etc So I do believe they tried to prepare the president, around this he thinks that. He's better by not being burdened by. You know diplomat talk and. All this. Stuff and he's gotten to where he's gotten he's been a success but at times this type of thing has to be more thought out rather than spur of the moment has happened, yesterday So the staff did not let him down he has excellent choices Listening to them and then bring. His own brand of Trump to it would be. The, perfect. Blend Jenna is in Illinois next with Dom. Jeered dano hi Jenna Hi thank you very much I would like to say I. Heard one of the if not. The first one of the first broadcast after the. Would-wouldn't, business And I seem. To remember that he thanked or, made reference and it was. A nice references I recall to, the I don't know if the FBI or the intelligence people I haven't heard a, replay. I I thought, I remembered, that then he said the would business and I thought at the moment I thought I think he meant to say wouldn't yes it just seemed you know language wise it just and knowing Trump and I think he's a fabulous president. And I, voted, for, him and I will vote for him and. I will uphold him to my dying breath. Because they know what else is out there in fairness though Janna the complaint was and these are reasonable people. You're dealing with..
"tchaikovsky" Discussed on KGO 810
"Really now and if the girl gets me then i talked to her mother we do not call the police on each other saying that why post to is the quickly called the police on an african american praise exactly the problem no okay i'll give it a because they know that the police is to protect them police black folks and if if you get outta why they can sit back and watch you get your tail and they're happy about it yeah they fill is some satisfaction some type of that's why when you notice barbecue becky crying when the police came because the police did not have her back the police did not protect our now she wants to come out with all the tears and all of the crying because they did not protect her i have a strong everybody's going hey you're a jerk and karma's a bit that led ahead it really is but that has to stop and like you said we need to pull together because they're not gonna do it we have to do it we have to come together thank you i mean do you get you get the anger you get i mean if you're in so many of us as as white people and that you know again i was talking who was i talking to so come out bell in the studio the other day from cnn w come on somebody white privilege and i said you know i i recognize that hey i've worked hard my whole life but i've had opportunities i would not have been afforded people of color or women for that matter and so you got to get it you gotta accept that are standing it doesn't mean it's your bad person that you've got these breaks what it means is you have a responsibility to acknowledge that you got in the door because of those things you know all right let me give away some stuff here real quick the phone number's eight oh eight oh eight one oh and this is actually a really a cool cool gift we have tickets to go i thought i just lost it i hear this okay two tickets to the decadent romance rachmaninoff and tchaikovsky tchaikovsky excuse me at the daisy davies symphony hall saying.
Who is Van Clyburn?
"Van Clyburn was from Texas and in nineteen fifty eight at the height of the Cold War between the United States and Russia. He went to Moscow and won the very first Tchaikovsky competition which made him an instant superstar. When Dan Clyburn got back to the state, he became the only musician ever to get tickertape parade in New York.
World Cup 2018 and racism: How will FIFA police discrimination in Russia?
"Miss of the numbers coming into the country and of the notion that turkey was going to be joining the eu anytime soon but it probably did have a pretty significant effect at a crucial part of that brexit campaign and so these myths can be very dangerous do you think trump has any idea the star spangled banner was written during the eighteen twelve war and that tchaikovsky's eighteen twelve overture is about another war nineteen twelve no he knows what the aging only probably thinks it's about something in america president obama was subjected to this endless discussion about the fact that his opponents claimed he was born outside the united states so that he wasn't a true american patrie it was the subliminal message i mean these myths have a quite a fall reaching effect and if the an often it's very difficult indeed to indeed to dispel them more than that one is a lie i mean a mist is something which is shrouded in mystery not really known but if you claim somebody who's born overseas and you produce a say look here is the record away his born that's not a myth that's an outright lie and i'm afraid this too much of that around it was well off aaron well trump has raised the question and perhaps if the people that believe things donald trump says believe that one then perhaps as a canadian i should watch myself amongst my friends who knows i wanna move on just briefly to talk about the world cup in russia russia will be playing saudi arabia kicking off that world cup next week vladimir putin wanted this world cup to be a display of russian power and relevance to the world and it molds while with his priorities of infrastructure investment in the country russia not exactly a football powerhouse how do you think this event is going to go over well i'm sure that president putin will do everything he can to ensure that it is a huge success and that it reflects well on russia and on his presidency because that is what he has proved himself.
"tchaikovsky" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"Tchaikovsky sleeping beauty the quintessential fairytale by and a crowd puller all over the world sublime stuff and ballets pay key part and the full coming world cup in russia in the city of we are told passions worthy of shakespeare will be on show with the staging of new belly called the beautiful game so what does the love of two seemingly opposing forms of entertainment have to say about the country and state of mind while stephen l should know he's an expert on russian affairs and by the dancing he's pretty good at ballet to welcomes this to stephen good to hit right to send a little bit about in this story involving this new ballet opening in a has a reasonably good football stadium for starters doesn't it but the russian world cup isn't going there is it known i think people who are rather miffed that they've they've missed out part of the problem of holding the world cup in russia was of course the distances no it's the biggest country in the world geographically and as it is going to be some awfully long journeys for players and fans and i think that it was thought that you know who was just too far so whether whether that inspired the local composer to write this ballet and say what if we can't get a full match we'll get the next best thing in ballet based on football i don't know but it's been received by some as as an innovation others don't like it don't they like it well one of the local critics said oh but football is is terribly rough game and ballet is about beauty but it reminded me of a personal story she ain't about fifteen years when i took my family to sadler's wells ballet in london including my then about twelve or thirteen year old son just coming into teenage so the time records you know you don't like whatever your parents put in front of you and he was appalled at the thought of going to ballet so he.
"tchaikovsky" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Yes i must pay for your king true love if i must pay for your kids not town this oh that tchaikovsky could write a hooky melody full moon or moon love rather and the one we heard before tonight we love both pop songs based on tchaikovsky themes freddy martin's orchestra tonight we love mildred bailey one of many folks who have done moon love through the years there's a great swing inversion with nat king cole melodies from tchaykovsky now melody from rachmaninoff frank sinatra to sing on wnyc.
Israel attacks Hamas positions after Gaza Strip fence breached
"In the country's porn is radical music education was replicated in countries around the world will grant reports perhaps the most ribbon of course he rails philosophy towards teaching music was that no matter who you were way you need an appreciation of nice complex compositions was within your grasp the actor bringing mozart beethoven bach and tchaikovsky to the poorest barrios venezuela was a profoundly unique approach at the time over the decades have radios program known as el sistema would put young catechal musicians from the south american nation on the world stage authorities in rio de janeiro say eight people have been killed during a police operation in a shantytown brazil's military police said troops were patrolling areas in raw when they exchanged fire with people they say were criminals this is the world news from the bbc the israeli military says its fighter jets have attacked positions of the palestinian militant group hamas in gaza overnight statement from the military said the israeli air force had targeted what it called terror camp in rafeh it said the military action took place after four palestinians attempted to cross the border fence between cars and israel and set fire to available the japanese prime minister shinzo obey has said he'll press on with attempts to change the country's pacifist constitution a move that will prove controversial with the public michael bristow reports japan has surprisingly large military known as a self defense forces even though it's constitution forbids the maintenance of land cnn forces japan's leaders have got around the ban by seeing the military's for purely defensive purposes at a party meeting shinzo abe's you'll continue with the plan to change the constitution to end the controversy surrounding the existence of japan's armed forces mr hobby made the pledge despite being embroiled in a corruption scandal that position has prime minister the first sheduled nonstop flight between australia and europe has landed in london the qantas playing completed its fourteen and a half thousand kilometer journey from perth in just over seventeen hours the airline is using the boeing seven eight seven nine dreamliner which is twice as fuel efficient as a jumbo jet the head of qantas alan joyce described the service as a game changing route well it's historic day for western australia historic day for.
"tchaikovsky" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
"Net you never wanna hear in a skating rink again probably of any version of the classical version of romeo and juliet by dire straits now dynamic the classical class gave era by tchaikovsky um and you don't wanna you don't wanna desk that ever again no i would never ever ever ever skater that why not it has i honestly i think i've heard it probably you know people say thousands of times but i could say like tens of thousands of time so there are my career of skating around in the ice and there it is again um yeah and maybe he's having never skate to something like entry of the gladiators you know it didn't tentative linford isn't didn't yeah rave camera it's okay ridiculous discretion to what one song with vocals in it that you are dying to dance to someday oh my god there's there's so many um you know what i just heard an incredible version of pure imagination by flannel graf come me and do no like her voice resonates with my soul you know it just makes me feel like i'm flying when i when i listen to it and when you feel that sitting on your so far like i can just imagine what it would feel like to be able to skate to it'd be flying across the ice this has been amazing a thank you so much for talking to us thank you very much before.
"tchaikovsky" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"So what was the benefit the ben hit the trump established with the tchaikovsky wise ed knowledged and favorable trade outcomes remember trump began negotiating with the china comes during the campaign he lay down the law he told the tri comms it their cheaters he told a joint comes been a run and route ran roughshod over the united states are going to end when trump's in the white house that the tri comms and get away with this because the days a stupid americans are going to be over and he focused on trade remember every what what what we understand limit everybody was saying why so much focus on trade what's the big deal nafta here every day trade it because that's where trump was going to go to get what he needed out of the tri comms so after two years of public cleave threatening the giant coms with tariffs and all kinds of frozen trade opportunities the north korean situation presented an option and it was used and trump was able to propose normalising trade arrangements that were beneficial to the tri comms not as beneficial as they had been it was a far different trump for what was on the campaign he appeared to have been here to be giving up significant ground when he hadn't at all he'd been ask asking for much more than he was ever asked for during the campaign in exchange for this new trump this reasonable trump that was proposing normalized trade relationships in agreements trump secured a agreement from the from the chart comes to deal with the north koreans a little bit more strictly uh beneficial to the world that america than they had been pre disposed to uh uh at it i don't know what the final result of all this was what i know what the objective was the objective was for trump to lean on changing paying essentially eliminate the north korean threat but they're not going to do that just because you ask him there's certainly not going to do it if you demand demanded they're certainly not going to do it to make the world safer and they don't care about uh all they care about is when it's all over being able to say they won or that whatever happened they benefited from and if friendship is your objective you're never going to pull things like.
"tchaikovsky" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"Them you have to understand that amount them you still have to have arrangements deals what have you and that's why trump talked about respect in this sound bite being far more important than friendship to the left friendship with our enemies that that's so important though that if we can make the more i guess they won't they won't they won't provoke joe paolino getting them if we can make them like is don't be safe all of this nambi panzi stuff but that's not how you deal with the tri comms if it doesn't then affair them whatever you're trying to get done they won't do it let's look at the north korea north korea is the third party here what is trump want trump wants to north korea silence shutdowns stopped what have you without having to fire a shot trump thinks that the tchaikovsky and do it but they're not going to do it just because you ask them to they're not going to do it if you try to leverage in them into doing it or not good at wh whether whether the north's our our our allies the the the tchaikovsky's are not going to do anybody a favor to make the world safer or anything that's not going to do a favor there's got to be something in it for them before they'll do anything like that and so you have come up with something that benefits the tri comms that also accomplishes something that you want you have to come up with something that once it's done and over with the chinese can run around say they won or they got a great benefit or what have you.
"tchaikovsky" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Yes you know what this feels like to me feels like a cultural revolution of mao tse tung when when it when a chinese mccain and tchaikovsky this is exactly what it was like you will conform and you will love it you will not only will conform you will love it and if you don't cub blew away it is to the work camps for you order of a reeducation jail for you if if you don't if you don't get it after that damage dog do do for food for you until you do get it let me ask a simple question ladies and gentlemen you know i can't help it i've logical i can't help it that's the way i think i'm the mayor of real ville i'm looking at the media and on watching various i did watching tv last night and i found out why i stopped boy you talk about i just was blow will not last night was i was another white being mad i feel myself you don't have to be made me more rusher 66 and i can't hope when i get mad it's a good sign promptly some watching tv and i'm reading a lot of so called conservative publications and blogs and websites and if i didn't know better well no i don't i don't i don't have to quantify this i'm being told your being told that donald trump does not want to kick off the nazis or the klan or the white supremacists because there his base right and he's got to acknowledge of he can't may go mad why not well because that's who elected him you realize how asinine that is folks you realize how literally stupid and dumb that line of thinking is how many members of the ku klux klan ardour and subtract one with the death of robert byrd democrat senator from west virginia how many members of the clan art i happen to know.
"tchaikovsky" Discussed on Classical Classroom
"Hello everyone welcome to the classical classroom ambitious clayton here with me today in the studio is far beyond about who says his name in such a much nicer way than do he is the music director of the backs of any orchestra he's worked with major so lewis in orchestras all over the world speaking of major orchestras he's about to conduct our own houston symphony and a program of pieces by mendelssohn and tchaikovsky of him welcome to the classical classroom federal so okay so you've got these three pieces on the program the mendelssohn actually why don't you tell me what's on the program that you've got coming up uh we have for the first half we have firm to pieces by member some one of the most famous overture composed via he breach of the finger gave figures gave and the first piano concerto and this going to have we have jacobscall six symphony so tell me i want to talk because we've as as many of our listeners know we've already got off this whole episode on that symphony by check husky the sane again but the key thank you and that's also known as the suicide symphony right is at the religions that she committed suicide or a few a few days after a after the first performance but maybe just romance with little you should have seen his i roll when i said that was pretty good so but okay so since we've i've i've talked a lot about that piece on the show i want to learn a little bit more about mendelssohn can you tell me just to mendelssohn was when he lived who were his contemporaries cement the some.