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"terry riley" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

01:56 min | Last month

"terry riley" Discussed on All Songs Considered

"Do you know what he's doing here? These are these people making noises or they actual birds. Yeah, they're bird. They're birds, Terry recorded his piece in Japan. Really, for me, it was, again, such a reinforcement of the mission getting Terry Riley to participate. Lee Ronaldo, who was one of the executive producers of the collection and is a long time friend of mine. He reached out to Terry because I kind of, I thought it was sort of beyond our reach and he lives, you know, somewhat monastically, I think. And the word we got back is absolutely I want to do this. What I love so much about it is this sort of meditative prayer like quality of the piece, and I think that so many of the pieces, you really can surrender to them and lose yourself to them and transcend a moment or elevate yourself. And I think that so many of us having gone through the pandemic or being in the pandemic, really didn't want to go to living our lives exactly the same way we were prior and paying attention to the birds and the birds song is a very easy way to just sort of elevate whether it's for a minute or 5 minutes or ten minutes. You can sort of surrender to it and I think live a little bit more consciously and I found that audiences where people we've played these songs for really do find a moment of peace in surrendering to the music, the music that's on this collection. I love this and particularly the bells that go

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"terry riley" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

01:44 min | Last month

"terry riley" Discussed on All Songs Considered

"Years named Rebecca Reagan, who is a pretty active conservationist, environmentalist. And we were talking about it and she said, well, I have this idea that I'm calling for the birds where we would invite artists, musicians, to create music, built around bird song, to celebrate the joys and the beauty and bird song and by drawing attention to it would also make people aware of the various crises facing bird life. And so Randall poster a music supervisor for filmmakers, including Wes Anderson and Martin Scorsese, began to reach out to the various artists in his musical world to see if there was interest in creating songs and audio based around birds. Their project for the birds, the bird song project, is a collection of 242 original songs and poems about birds by hardest from all walks of life, including Laurie Anderson, John KL Alice Coltrane, Cassandra Jenkins, yo yo man, Nick zinner. Beck, the flaming lips, Terry Riley. And of course, Andrew Burt and Jeff tweedy. I begin the conversation with Randall poster, wondering about the first recordings he received. You know, I figured starting out that film composers would be a good place to start because generally they have home studios, they tend to be able to be responsive to sort of abstract notions or inspirational the first track that we got in was by Nick Cave and Warren Ellis. Four days after we asked for it. Awesome. Let me play a little bit of Nick

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"terry riley" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:41 min | 3 months ago

"terry riley" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Com. Of the 7 wealthiest democracies began three days of talks yesterday in Germany's Bavarian Alps as Russia fired a barrage of missiles at the Ukrainian capital of Kyiv. We'll hear more about all of that coming up after news headlines here on WNYC. 73° now will just be inching up to a high in the mid 70s today with a chance of showers and thunderstorms, some of the storms could be bringing heavy rain. WNYC supporters include care more in katonah, New York featuring the kronos Quartet Friday July 8th, presenting works by Missy mazzoli, Jay Lin, Terry Riley and Moore shuttle service from the katona metro north station is available. Tickets at caramel dot org. This is WNYC. 93.9 FM and a.m. 8 20. NPR news and the New York conversation. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Amy held. Ukrainian president volodymyr zelensky is asking G 7 leaders in Germany for more weapons, security guarantees, and sanctions against Russia. This as Moscow apparently defaults on its foreign debt for the first time in a century. Western sanctions have cut it off from the international financial systems. States are taking on the fight over legal access to abortion after the Supreme Court overturned roe versus wade NPR's Becky Sullivan reports. In Michigan and Wisconsin, democratic state officials are trying to figure out how to block their state's decades old abortion bans that had been unenforced for a very long time. Voters in Kansas will decide in August, whether to amend their state constitution to allow an abortion ban. And a Utah trigger law has already been challenged by a Planned Parenthood lawsuit, similar lawsuits are expected elsewhere in the coming days and weeks. The parents of a 15 year old charged with shooting dead four classmates in Michigan are seeking a venue change for their own trial, as WDET Quinn kleinfeld reports, James and Jennifer crumbley are charged with involuntary manslaughter. Prosecutors say rather than seek help for their troubled son, the crumbley's body my handgun. But defense attorneys counter that prosecutors continuously say only they have the truth of what happened, implying the crumbles are lying. The defense once the prosecution sanctioned and silenced, claiming their statements have already tainted any potential pool of jurors. It's NPR news. Police in South Africa are investigating after more than 20 young people died suddenly in a crowded tavern over the weekend, local news reports say there were no clear signs of injury, toxicology tests are underway. A wooden grandstand crowded with spectators in Colombia collapsed during a bullfighting festival, the BBC's Leonardo Rocha reports several people were killed, dozens injured. They instead happened in the city of espionage during a traditional corolla event when members of the public are encouraged into the ring to engage the bulls. Footage posted online shows the panic that follows the collapse of the stand in the packed venue. The animal escaped, spreading fear in the city in the western province of tolima, Colombia's present elect Gustavo Pietro has criticized the nature of the event and said that local authorities should no longer organize activities in which animals or people get killed. The BBC's Leonardo Rocha reporting. The national average for gallon of gas is now $4 and 89 cents, according to triple-A, that's down several cents in recent days as the cost of crude declines. Washington D.C., Florida and Indiana have all seen some of the steepest weekly price declines. Asian and European markets are higher today on the heels of a rare winning week on Wall Street, the Dow jumped more than 5% for the week, the fed has signaled it will raise interest rates again when it meets next month. You're listening to NPR news. This is WNYC in New York. It's 5 33. Good morning. I'm David first. Showers and thunderstorms today with a pretty steady temperature in the mid 70s. The NYC pride march was back in full force yesterday after two years of pandemic related hiccups, co chair of NYC pride, Sue doster said this year's event felt especially important just days after the U.S. Supreme Court stripped away federal abortion rights. Our right to happiness is under attack by people who want us to be just like them. By people who want us to go

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"terry riley" Discussed on Tape Notes

Tape Notes

02:49 min | 7 months ago

"terry riley" Discussed on Tape Notes

"I think was just inside the vine. Again, like referencing the rice, she kind of. Terry Riley is, well, I think it was a beautiful insulin. I was telling Tom listening to that stuff. I just mentioned these guys all the time because it's so important to how we form the elements all I listen to. Gentlemen. And the woodwind is the same orchestra. In either woodwind, we multi track that at Warner with some session musicians who are really great. But this is before they were even lyrics of the song all these songs basically recorded before lyrics. For the record Warner has the most incredible in-house studio. And by the way, the most incredible in-house engineer rich wood cross. We've worked with them for years, but he's amazing. He's quiet. That's flutes, right? Those are flutes. Up there? No. What is that? It's a plugin. That's one of our. Can you play all the orchestral stuff together, John? Sure. Some horns so it's a French trombone and a trumpet. So that movement up was very full glass. You know, like his scores of the hours and. So there's a chromatic element that he uses as well. Makes me want a DJ. I just like putting parts in and out incrementally. Suck in the vocal sample, but to watching. Which samples this? This is from the Cook Islands. Yeah, it's what the drama is. So the drums come in, I think, the next rotation. Yeah. That would be me and them just for this. And those singers, were they.

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"terry riley" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

05:51 min | 11 months ago

"terry riley" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

"And they each have their unique gifts, absolutely, man. That's a great way to analog that is this piece of wood and the carving aspect. To me, post production, and in that sense, is always it's completely effortless. Tweaking things, mixing things and getting mastering things, whatever maybe that's totally effortless. It's funny is that the hard part is creating the wood, right? It's like, yeah, yeah it is. Come up with some wood, and then you can go, you know? As a tag back to you mentioning having a little unsettled feeling around a melody that you came up with that felt a bit too simple for you. Coming from, you know, I'm such a cerebral person that I totally know that feeling. And we're not speaking again of Terry Riley. Something he said that blew my mind. I've actually had so many musicians, just like message me. And even famous musicians of message me and been like, hey man, I'd listen to that episode of Terry Riley and this blew my mind and they're all talking about the exact same moment. Yeah. So not to hype it up too much. That's a good one. So he's talking about how I asked him about just over complicating things and like in a world of having so many options as a creative person of just speaking in the forms of music. So many instruments, so many soft synths and VST instruments so much editing gear so many effects. And it's bottomless to extreme. How do you not get in this constant state of getting excited about creating something? And then as an initial enthusiasm cuts to cool where you should really be deepening into it, you just go, oh, I'll just go to the next thing. It can make something else new, because that's simply you can't keep reliving that feeling. And it turns into never really developing any work. You know, because you're just sort of making these bits and pieces. And he was like, I've never that's never been a problem. For me, because he's like, I'm trying to listen to the simplest idea that comes to me. And then instead of judging it because it's too simple, I go inside of it and see how deep it is. 'cause even the simplest idea is deeper than you could ever imagine. If you look closely enough, and you look at it inside and said the outside of it. And he's like, if you played Roy, roll your boat on the piano, a couple of times. Yeah, that's like a child's melody..

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"terry riley" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"terry riley" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Called non Som Ble and Electroacoustic band that may remind American listeners of our own bang on a can All stars who, In fact, we will hear in a moment. But this band non som ble from Brisbane, Australia, is led by the guitarist and composer Chris Paran, he wrote. This five part piece called Go. Sagan versus Fujisawa Kuranosuke. And the whole pieces inspired by the 1953 championship match of this ancient board game known as Go, so the patterns of the stones on the playing board Inspire the musical patterns. That ensemble just delivered to you in part, two of this five part piece On this edition of New Sounds, will listen next to the bang on a can all stars, along with the Chinese singer Gong Linna. In a collaboration they did a couple of years back in which various Western composers wrote music for for this unlikely combination, the New York based new music ensemble And this very popular Chinese crossover singer. Um the piece we're going to hear was written by Julia Wolf, one of the three composers who founded Bang on a can Here in New York back in the 19 eighties. Uh, an organization that grew after the An organization that grew up after the rise of the so called minimalists like Steve Rice and Philip Glass and Terry Riley. And so, um, this kind of post minimalist pattern based style is something that you'll find in Julia Wolf and David Lange and Michael Gordon. The three bang on a can founders and this piece by Julius called into the clouds written for the singer Gong Linna and the bang on a can All stars..

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"terry riley" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

Rolling Stone Music Now

06:57 min | 1 year ago

"terry riley" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

"I think you're absolutely right about about the progression in production that in nineteen seventy-one. You do see this. Perfect storm of bands hitting a certain peak with their songwriting and musicianship. In just the of the musicians and also embracing technology in a way. That still seem fresh synthesizers on. Who's next. I mean it was really ahead of its time for most of rock. I mean obviously you. Yes like progressive rock bands. We're going to be really leaning on that in the years ahead. But it hadn't quite taken over yet. Hadn't quite got to the point in the seventies like where things were starting to get too slick into sterile. Which was going to be happening as you get later on in the decade it really was this great match of we had this emerging technology. And we're gonna use it in a way that makes sense and doesn't dilute the raw power of these bands and i think it's fair to say that rock production hasn't gotten better then than what's on those records i. I'm sure there's many bands there today. Who are like if we could only get john bonham strum sound. Or if we could only get you know the sense you know like how good they sound on. Who's next i feel like now. Those are two of the records that most bands look at us. Like we're trying to do that now. You know rather than push beyond that at least rock bands of of a certain ilk bands. That are kind of working that classic style like that's the kind of production that they're that they're gonna aspire to like that i would also say like the black sabbath records from that time. Sound like pretty perfect. I mean i. I love the rolling stones records from that time too sticky fingers and exxon mainstream. But yeah early. Seventies rock production is like pretty hard to beat steve. You're talking about synthesizers and that. It's really interesting to see the use of sid on. Who's next glenn. John says in the classic albums documentary. The he's pretty sure that's the first time anyone used synthesizers to kind of keep a rhythm toward to provide a rhythm that the band that plays to and of course that presages giorgio moroder and craftwork and all sorts of things that people. Don't think of if you're thinking of like who's next is this classic rock classic rock thing you may not think of it in that lineage. It actually isn't that lineages well so there's two people who hate rock of who's next is important as even if you only care about a dirty marotta and craft which i can understand 'cause pretty great you to recommend who's next so there you have to. You have to listen to my wife if you loved her. I'm sorry we were talking earlier about the song. Baba o'riley and part of what that title references is the experimental musician terry riley who was working with a. Since at that time he was an inspiration to pete townsend. And to your point. I think people look at. Who's next at this point as being this sort of like white bread over exposed record that we've all heard a million times but it is worth noting that i think. In the moment it actually was a very forward thinking record that was looking to experimental music of the time in bringing that into this arena rock context. And i don't think you can really undersell how those elements have kept album alive because we're not talking about grand funk railroad records at this time even though grand funk railroad was at least as popular as the who may be more popular than the who in nineteen seventy-one. Those records have endured in the same way as this album has again. Because i think it wasn't just regurgitating. The standard rock influences even at that time it was pushing forward and in in the way it still sounds kind of weird. We've all heard these songs like in csi episodes so it's really hard to conceptualize them in a fresh way. But yeah i mean i think. There's a genuine weirdness in forward thinking and experimentation going on on that album. It's fun to talk a little bit about life house. Something that's long fascinated me and all credit to town. Because so coming off of tommy he was you know he he wanted to do. Another sort of even more ambitious rock opera film project you know. Just think of the kind of thing you know artists now like beyond to who wants to do a visual album and all sorts of things and then kind of even or actually kinda is a good example. Is someone like that is always going to be reaching for things. That might be like literally impossible to do this. Also going to be a video game about my mother and like it's gonna things that never happen because you're artistic reaches is you can't. You can't quite grasp things reaching for in town was one hundred percent like that and to life house was a concept that he could not of course. He blamed everyone around him for not understanding what he was trying to tell them and his idea. He explained it best in the classic albums documentary. Which is that he literally. He really liked the idea of the deaf dumb and blind boy from tommy and he literally was like. How can they of do that again. Which is hilarious of course. Because that's not really an idea. Need to repeat you only get one deaf dumb bond way but his idea was what if someone was in what would now call a virtual reality suit and all they saw and experienced will were the things created for them by the commercial world and by the whoever was making the content for the virtual reality suit and they never experienced the real world and therefore they were deaf. Dumb and blind to the real world and now again all credit to thompson. This now actually sounds like a fairly pedestrian idea. Because we've seen it a million times and we've seen in the in the matrix ready player one. We've seen it in. You know basically the internet itself which was certainly did not exist in nineteen seventy one so he i think he really is a genius like he really came up with this stuff and so basically there was a film project. God knows what attached to us and it was originally going to be a double album. Concept album thing founded this tale of life house that does have a story you can look it up and also those young vic shows that they played in early nineteen seventy one off. You're familiar with those. But the who the book these shows at the young vic. It's a theater in london and they were playing. All the who's next songs you know won't get fooled again and getting in tune and also some songs that didn't make the record like pure uneasy and i don't even know myself.

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"terry riley" Discussed on The Chartographers

The Chartographers

06:54 min | 1 year ago

"terry riley" Discussed on The Chartographers

"Music living book. Ezra music loving people retake every single album ours and we rank it all for worse. The first y'all it's the season finale and the thing is that while there's a lot of being on his that but as we mentioned our love of archie j runs deep so much that we couldn't just do an rtd ranking. We need to do a range of every element of his enterprise together. We did and killer mike episode. Now y'all we're doing one about the one the only the guys who is so creative. I haven't even thought of the thing to say on this segment that it comes up leading to describing them. That's right we're talking. The killings the man behind the record label def damn. There's the most prolific and lauded producers of our time rob producers rapper producers of our time. Yeah i just is one of the things that are like i had so many things go for some of the other and i just never got around with thinking of a thing for. I'll be. He's just that good he'd be beyond parody. He's beyond all that. But yeah y'all we're talking about that. Mr jones have been asked the l. p. in brooklyn although he was great to see in an interview reset he looked up his own self appealed one time said. He was from queens in their. He'd never lied to wikipedia again. I'm telling credible She got a high school in order to pursue music because he had such a deep love of rap music. He formed group company flow. Which i'll they gave. They got a lot of airplay. They got a lot of attention. They're assigned a raucous records. They followed up with an instrumental album. It rockets didn't support and therefore he immediately kind of went off to do his own thing and ultimately the record label invented the jerks which became kind of an indian is hip hop backpack rap. If you wanna call it that a tent pole other early. Two thousands in so many artists from rock to mr lift. Rj d to recited there. He's very first major. Production job was with the cold vein by cannibal ox which became the legendary album. Its own right and heals releasing solo albums deeply strange and weird and paranoid solo albums to been west after folded he then later on when of dude production jobs and eventually got hooked up with killer. Mike and what led to run the jewels. But we're not talking about the jewish quite yet. No we are talking about how slow. Remember what it was going to say. It was going to say the man who is the audible version of the novel. Lp i might back in. I probably won't but hey listen l. P. thing that i got to keep in mind when we're talking about this prolific rapper producer. Here on definitive juxtapose was my fucking shit in their early two. Thousands is one of the things that mr lifts event which l. b. had production rapson was one of the most pinball albums and my journey into hip-hop he was just change it made me a fan of it and maybe dig into everything deaf truck stepped onto literally inflection point for getting into wrapped in general. So i hold a lot of way. I was looking at a list of jets releases and i think i owned every single album from two thousand one to two dozen. They released except like to. That's how that's how big of offended. Some of them were bad. I'm not gonna lie. And i'm looking for the one thousand eight or nine like with the fact. That was very weird stuff. But i is so great l. P. i been a fan of his while and also because i listened to the album so much i didn't know he was white things that genuinely and he talks about it to being a white guy in the hip hop scene in never really came up but they're also wasn't a lot of space for him outside of like eminem overall commercial popularity for him to be an indie backpacker in working with all these other artists. It was. Its own thing but also he is his own thing. There's no one quite doing paranoia wrapped in the way that he does. And y'all we're gonna talk about today. Who's the we me evans. Saudi career to the podcast terry riley amherst special guest in studio san thomas. Find her on all the social at sam hamm underscore sam underscore which facebook tissue. Talk all the other thing. I have to take toxicity hopes out okay. Yes yeah we all. I just wanna know deterrent sam. What was your familiar with. Lp go priroda jewels or was only gills. You've got to know him. Well i know. Lp because you introduced me to l. lp when we were first like starting to become friends and talking about music you gave need. Ken will ox. And mr lith- of fantastic damage and at least one other one to someone in iraq. And so that was how i first heard about l. p. at i think it was probably around the same time that urgent j. one Actually i think. Tj too when i started paying attention so probably are around that time to yeah and you were killer mike fan say fans from like two thousand one or two whatever win and ziplock rock happens. No whenever never scared by around ratings because his fucking burst about all about a gun Yeah i. That's how. I discovered killer mike i discovered. Lp he actually discovered company flow. I'd never got deep into it though. Don't give her company flow listening Company flow within like it just fell away. I never got into company flow in a big way and then when archie. Tj one came out. And i was the episode mesmerized. And i looked into. It knows like all thought how many flogger select then i honestly. I didn't listen to any of lp's any of these albums that we're gonna talk about until after our tj one came out listens to these. Well i'm excited to talk about it too much like how we did in our killer. Mike episode epochs finale. That we're doing our only focus on the studio albums because l. Shockingly has a lot of other things. He's a lot of instrumental albums and mixes and he also has a soundtrack work that he's done this well. He was rejected for doing the score for blade runner. Twenty nine disappointed. I'm everyone involved in that decision. That that i can see why they down probably could because what they ended up using a lot sparser site think it might have just been too busy. Maybe what they were going for because he does his beats pretty dense as we'll get into knew that though they asked him to submit something he didn't who's willing to put together descendant his place. Examine hat's true with that said roman focus on his proper studio albums which include a dozen twos paranoid fantastic damage awards jazzy. Paranoid high water to doesn't explode he Paranoid i'll sleep when you're dead.

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"terry riley" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"terry riley" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"Happy to do it right. I got a little a little more time. If you wanna by the way next. Next week i'll have something to say about angstrom 's oh you heard me talking about that. The word of the week the week angstrom angstrom him and and and i actually have some headphone news. That i can't tell you now But i will after monday and So next week. I can tell you and it has to do with angstrom. Did you ever put out an your review of the oda. I did not yet. Because they have not yet responded to music on it is terrible. I i r- deeply regretted. Oh god i mean they're not great speakers. But even then i mean terry riley humming in ja- i just is not good. I'm going to cancel anyway. Stick around this. Is the song written for my new amazon echo because his new wake word is ziggy and this is ziggy stardust. I don't think we're going to get to the lyrics here. We go now if that woke up your amazon echo. I apologize leo laporte. The tech guy eighty eight. Eighty eight asked leo the phone number laura on the line from golden dale washington. Hi laura hi. Thank you for taking my call i Found your description events from very interesting. But my question is more befuddling matt moore basics befuddling and basic yeah I have a seventeen by twenty living room. And i have an ten year old panasonic tv. That i want to replace now. My husband was a techie guy. And he he did all up to four Clips beakers nice and A fifth whatever that big one is the serbo for so that's the thing that goes the low end and then he used in on. Kyo what do you call that thing. Receiver receiver yep. Okay so i wanna replace the tv now. It needs to be replaced. And i'm looking at a samsung. The qn sixty five q the new. The new cunard scott is that what that is..

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"terry riley" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"terry riley" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Because especially his solo work. He wasn't interested in making his music. Sound like music. You'd ever hurt if it sounds other worldly. That's by explicit design. He called it. Four th world music. John hassel an experimental composer and musician. Who worked with brian. Eno talking heads. Ri- cooter david sylvian and katie lang. Among many others died on saturday he was eighty four. Mr hassles studied under the influential. Avant garde composer karlheinz stockhausen. He worked with minimalist composers. Lamont young and terry riley and maybe most formative. He moved to india to study raga music for trumpet. All of which influences he combined along with tape loops synthesizers and sampling into fourth world. Music as he wants described it it was not entirely primitive not entirely future but someplace impossible to locate either.

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"terry riley" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

18:45 min | 1 year ago

"terry riley" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Yonder by Terry and Dion Riley. Thank you. Yes, Yes, yes. Yeah, together. That's it. Hmm. Uh, And and and Right? Yeah. Okay? Mm hmm. Terry Riley.

"terry riley" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"terry riley" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Right now, Before the day ends, you can call us toll free. If you like at 18883769692, which is the same is 1888376 W and Y. C. Or you could just go to one of the websites. New sounds dot org's or W, n y c dot org's. They both have donate buttons and the money all goes to the same place. To this place, which, as I said, has bucked a lot of trends by keeping new sounds on the air over the years, and if you appreciate it, I hope you'll support it with a single year end donation to support the station. And the show, which continues now with music by Terry Riley. Now we began and we'll hear later some of Terry Riley's early keyboard music played by Bruce Brubaker. But now we'll get a chance to hear Terry himself at the piano from an album that he did with his son gone. Riley. John is a pretty amazing guitarist and ah, composer himself, And in fact, Terry and Geon co wrote, this piece called Out Yonder. Which comes from an album they've put out called Way out yonder. And, Like many of the piano works we've heard so far. The piano here has been prepared. It has a very metallic clanky percussive sound. There are some keys that have not been prepared and still have their conventional piano tones. So it almost sounds like Terry is playing two instruments at once. Dion is handling his electric guitar very subtly throughout the piece, and in fact, I think he's probably prepared the strings on his instrument, especially at the beginning of the piece as well. If you're.

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"terry riley" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"terry riley" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"44 30. You'll get the audio of this show and the written playlist that goes with it. Which this time around, won't have too much on it. Just three pieces, two of them quite lengthy, and one of them shorter. The lorry Spiegel piece will be getting two in just a bit. But right now time to hear from Terry Riley. Will forever be associated with the musical movement known as Minimalism, which is often Said to begin with his 1964 piece in C on DSA. Certainly there have been minimalist elements times throughout his career, but he's also Studied and taught Indian classical music singing Raga singing for decades, and in 1983, he took advantage of the sound of the new prophet five synthesizer. To create an album that he called songs for the 10 voices of the two profits. In addition to the two Prophet five's, There is an additional voice. And that is Terry singing in a Indian raja style but not singing actual rocket texts, but text that he wrote himself and the one we're going to hear is called embroidery. It's um This. This album has sort of fallen by the way side, You know, Terry Riley has an outsize reputation in contemporary classical music circles, but Lot of people don't know this record, and it remains a favorite kind of, you know, overlooked a deep cut if you will, and overlooked favorite of mine. Here is Terry Riley solo with to prophet, five synthesizers and his voice.

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"terry riley" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:49 min | 2 years ago

"terry riley" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The demand. The energy sectors spills over into the agricultural market when it comes to soybean oil and corn. Said trader Terry Riley. He said widespread commodity selling is obviously a major factor in the markets turned down yesterday. So the prices at the Board of Trade yesterday December wheat down foreign three quarters and commercial December corn down for in the half sense. November. Soybeans, also down for and a half cents a bushel. Then we turned to the livestock trader at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange. Yesterday, December lean hogs and down a 60 cents hundredweight. The October Live cattle gained the dollars 65 cents a hundredweight. And the October feeder cattle gun tried gained a dollar, seven cents hundredweight. So that's where the markets closed and the national FF a convention came to a close as well in Indianapolis, or I should say virtually Let's AG business. I'm O'Ryan Samuelsson, You have a great day. Thanks is always Dorian 5 40. Thanks for the text about our little discussion few minutes ago regarding the tricker treaters. This weekend. Don't overthink it, guys. It's going to be a beautiful day. Sit outside, distanced from the candy bowl that you put out, be safe and have fun. Good idea, And is this true? Anna Devlin Tous. Made a tool using vinyl piping from Menard's To deliver the Halloween candy to the trick or treaters through the pipe to maintain social distancing. That's that's an image I'm going to think about all weekend, Anna. Outside with Ah, long. A long tool with the kids. So will there be sort of a nomadic functions that were just again? I'm looking for something that fire was the candidate to Children. On somebody else texted us. Good morning. Bob Heard you talking about how to give out the trick or treat candy this year. I give out ghost on a stick. It's cat in candy. Okay, So I guess that's an easy way to hand kids something and not get too close. Is that what you're saying? Text number here. Same is a phone number. 312981 72 103 1 to 91 7200 Always good to hear from you. But remember, we can't stand criticism, especially if it's justified if you'd like to email anybody here on the morning crew Bob Show at W. J in radio dot com is the way to do that. Bob Show at W. G in radio. That come And let's see here. Around this morning. We will get Mr Fix it in here. Lou Manfredini. He'll take call today. He takes a lot of calls Saturday. But he takes his first call here on Fridays at around 6 20 or so So you've got a problem and you need Mr Fix its advice and be able to do that. Just a little while this morning. Also in our 6 30 to 7 half hour. A regular Friday visit with the author of a Beat Caps Guide to Chicago Eats Lieutenant David Haines of the Chicago Police Department always has Good restaurant review and food news to report and Lord knows we like to help out as many of our restaurant friends as possible. So we'll get him in here this morning as well. And Ron Kittle will be talking to us later about the Tony LaRussa hiring. So we get a lot of A lot planned here for you today. Good to have you with us at 5 43 in the morning and in just a moment will replay A bit of our conversation that we had right before we signed off yesterday with Are traveling man, Peter Greenberg, who knows more about all things travel than anybody, and he he had some really interesting tips and things to say about flying and about hotels and Airbnb and Something new Marriotts doing So we'll get into that next. Let's get into the weather right now. For today, it's another cold one. But dry, right, Steve. We'll drive for most of us, but we are expecting a few lake effect. Rain.

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"terry riley" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"terry riley" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"That new sounds dot org's I say use enough, But there are a ton of shows in those archives, so actually Having the program number is a very handy thing. When you go searching for this program, this is new sounds number 44 01. And we are listening, Teo the next generation of new music, composers and players, and we're looking beyond the obvious places, you know. Get to go to Juilliard or Curtis or Peabody or Berkeley. But you find a lot of lesser known pipelines and some of them are in The college level, including You. CSC University of California at Santa Cruz, where Brian bound Bush teaches. Now we've heard some of Brian's music on new sounds before he leads the lightbulb ensemble, which is An American Gamma LAN group, these Indonesian style instruments but play original Western music on them. This piece, called Isa Tropes is something he created remotely during locked down in the spring of 2020 with the UCS Sea Wind ensemble, which, like many wind bands includes lots of other instruments. You'll hear percussion and harp and Strings and things like that. But each of the students had Teo remotely access the fragments of music that make up this piece, so it's almost like Terry Riley's in see where you have You know the patterns that are available to the player and you go from 1 to 53. That's the piece. This is not quite the same thing. But The idea of ah kind of open instrumentation and the players being able to choose parts that fit their level of expertise and the range of their instrument. You know, kind of a similar aesthetic. And so we're going to hear part two of icy tropes to start this set played by the UCS Wind ensemble. And then we'll listen to some music that features the young People's Chorus of New York lead for Lo these many years by Francisco Nunez. Like the Brooklyn Youth Chorus, they too have championed and commissioned major composers actually on both sides of the Atlantic. And they also occasionally work with adults They often do. The grown ups in this recording are none other than the Kronos Quartet will hear a work that Michael Gordon Wrote for this combination of string quartet and wipe Thie Young people's chorus. It's called exalted, and they will wrap up the set with part three of Brian bound.

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"terry riley" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

17:14 min | 2 years ago

"terry riley" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"That draws its inspiration from some of the upper atmosphere, lightning events, the blue jets and red sprites as they're known and which is also named her piece. We'll also hear during the course of the hour two excerpts from Sun rings. This is AH Big work by Terry Riley with the Kronos Quartet and NASA. They are a partner in this venture because NASA gave Tio David Harrington, the founder of the Kronos Quartet, ah, whole slew of recordings from their various satellites. It turns out That in space, you can have noise. I mean, it's not a vacuum sound waves or plasma waves can propagate in the regions between planets. And so Carlos invited Terry Riley to take those sounds and write a piece for them, and Terry also included a part for chorus. In this case, the San Francisco Bay Area group known as Volte. We're going to start this new sounds program with an excerpt from Sun wrings called Earth, Whistlers and Whistlers in this case means specifically these these radio waves that propagate in the upper atmosphere. They're kind of a lightning like phenomenon, and they extend from the upper atmosphere well into outer space way above the planet's surface, so you'll hear the recorded sound of these whistlers in this excerpt. Terry Riley, Kronos Quartet, the volte chorus and an excerpt from Terry's piece called Sun Rings. Music by Terry Riley for String Quartet Chorus. And sounds from NASA sounds from their satellites. The larger pieces called Sun rings. That excerpt is called Earth Whistlers and Again whistlers in this case, referring to these events that spew out radio waves in the upper atmosphere above where the lightning strikes that we see occur. On the's air, these air waves that can leave the atmosphere and and go fairly far out into space around the planet. S O. Those sounds along with the Kronos Quartet and the chorus known as volte, performing that music by Terry Riley will hear another excerpt from Sun wrings later on in the program. You're listening to new sounds and All of the music this time around, inspired by what's above us, and NASA had a hand in this next piece to from the computer music composer Michael McNabb. His orbital view is a 1981 piece on you might think it gives us an orbital view of our own planet. But in fact it was originally written for a NASA film about Mars. And McNabb takes the sound of a human voice and multiplies it and transforms it into this piece of computer music. Called orbital view. Music by Michael McNab Taking.

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"terry riley" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"terry riley" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"You know she hooked up with a younger electronic producer named Justin raising his produce people like Charlie XCX and she made this record that's full of like weird AC beats and like industrial textures of but it still has a total punk rock attitude to it and even though it's like a bit of a confrontational record it's also like a lot of fun you can really hear her like relishing in her freedom and it's rare to hear an artist at the age of sixty six like completely reinvent themselves and make music that's like so vital I am it sounds like done to me lately now so we're gonna talk about something kind of personal to us right now our personal favorite record of the year I'm gonna start this one off I never get to do this year very exciting for me thank you a new phone so cursing this was my pick for favorite record of the year that's a band from Dublin in Ireland called Lang come with the version of the old song the wild rover and they're interesting back because I feel like Irish music and animal always has been sort of coopted by Broe's wearing craft beer hats trying to pretend they're the Pogues you know from the ladies in the early nineties these guys feel like an actual spiritual successor to that band like an actual sort of at progressive punky Irish band but not trying to be a throwback they're kind of crust punk street kids who started this band equally influenced by like traditional Irish music from the nineteen twenties nineteen tens and by Philip Klass and by Terry Riley and bye bye drum music and I just I don't know I feel like no one heard this record and I really really loved it and they pretty trippy like it sounds cool like I could sit there and like kind of you know I don't know like there's an inherent droning us to user accounts like they're really like running with yeah well you get you get rid of that people don't pay attention to the drone of the pipes and stuff like that they just pay attention to the strumming of the guitar and the lack of teeth and you pay your favorite album of twenty nineteen was rapture it's an EPA actually okay called rapture by to make an artist name coffee let's take a listen I yeah posts from her twenty nineteen he called rapture and what you like about it I think it is so much yeah yeah I was in Kingston Jamaica earlier this year with a letter from Monday and I was it carnival in London Notting hill carnival and.

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