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  • Rodgers Hybrid Organs: The Organ at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, Chicago, Illinois.

    7:42

    The hybrid organ for Holy Trinity Lutheran Church was designed and rebuilt by Rodgers Dealer, Triune Music of Elmhurst, Illinois, and features a premium console built by Rodgers Instruments.

    The organ has five divisions. The expressive Swell is located in the left front chamber and the unexpressed Great/Pedal is in the right front chamber. The expressive Choir division is located in the balcony and the Positiv hangs on the balcony rail, directly behind the console.

    The original pipe organ was installed in 1923 and had been in use for over 80 years. Unfortunately, there were extensive chest problems, with many ciphers and dead notes. The Choir division was installed as a practice instrument at the American Conservatory of Music in Chicago. The rebuild included new chests for the Swell and Great divisions, in addition to several new ranks of pipes in those divisions. The completed specifi cation totals 30 ranks of pipes and includes most of the original 17 ranks.

    The new Ruckpositiv Division was recently built by a well-known pipe organ builder from Italy.
    The custom Rodgers console shell is built of American Oak and has an ebony finished interior. It meets the standards of the American Guild of Organists with a 32-note pedal board and three 61-note manuals that feature genuine ebony sharps and velocity-sensitive keying for MIDI sounds. The console is connected to a sensor that monitors temperature to keep the digital stops in tune with the pipes at all times which works perfectly in this non-air-conditioned environment.

    The vision for this instrument was driven by its need to serve the church as an integral part of the musical fabric of the Liturgy. Yet it goes beyond that scope to enable organ, choral and liturgical literature of all styles and periods to be performed successfully. It brings together technology and art, creating a concept which combines the wonder of electronics with the magic of windblown pipes.

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  • Stories and Songs from David Crosby

    57:44

    The Aspen Writers' Foundation's Lyrically Speaking Series, 2008.

    The Aspen Writers' Foundation, Colorado's oldest nonprofit literary organization, has been bringing readers and writers together since 1976. The organization's mission is to provide programs that encourage writers in their craft and readers in their appreciation of literature. Through its repertoire of eight year-round programs, the Aspen Writers' Foundation annually serves 17,000+ literary enthusiasts of all ages. More information is available at

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  • Antonìn Dvořák - Symphony No. 9 From the New World Op. 95 | Claudio Abbado.

    44:33

    The Symphony No. 9 in E minor, From the New World, Op. 95, B. 178, popularly known as the New World Symphony, was composed by Antonín Dvořák in 1893 while he was the director of the National Conservatory of Music of America from 1892 to 1895. It is by far his most popular symphony, and one of the most popular of all symphonies. In older literature and recordings, this symphony was – as for its first publication – numbered as Symphony No. 5. Astronaut Neil Armstrong took a tape recording of the New World Symphony along during the Apollo 11mission, the first Moon landing, in 1969. The symphony was completed in the building that now houses the Bily Clocks Museum.

    This symphony is scored for the following orchestra:

    2 flutes (one doubling piccolo)
    2 oboes (one doubling English horn)
    2 clarinets in B flat & A
    2 bassoons
    4 horns in E, C and F
    2 trumpets in E, C and E♭
    2 tenor trombones
    Bass trombone
    Tuba (second movement only)
    Timpani
    Triangle (third movement only)
    Cymbals (fourth movement only)
    Strings

    The piece has four movements:

    I. Adagio – Allegro molto (00:00)
    II. Largo (12:07)
    III. Scherzo: Molto vivace (25:27)
    IV. Allegro con fuoco (33:04)

    Claudio Abbado - Berliner Philharmoniker Orchestra

    Recording: Berlin Philahrmonie, Großer Saal, 5/1997
    Produced by Christopher Alder
    Tonmeister (Balance Engineer): Klaus Hiemann
    Recording Engineer: Jobst Eberhardt
    Post-Production & Editing: Wolfgang Mitlehner
    ℗ 1999 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Hamburg
    © 1999 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Hamburg
    Cover Photo: Cordula Groth
    Art Direction: Hartmut Pfeiffer
    Printed in Germany by/Imprime en RFA par Neef, Wittingen.

  • Sonny Boy Williamson- Dont Start Me To Talking/Coming Home To You Baby 1963 RITY Archives

    6:21

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  • Gerry Rafferty- Baker Street LIVE 1978 Reelin In The Years Archives

    6:41

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  • Wilco-A Shot in the Arm from Summerteeth

    4:20

    Summerteeth is the third studio album by Wilco. Released through Reprise Records on March 9, 1999, the album was heavily influenced lyrically by twentieth century literature, as well as singer Jeff Tweedy's marital problems. Unlike previous albums, Summerteeth was heavily overdubbed. Tweedy and Jay Bennett created most of the album in the studio, a contrast to the band's previous albums, which were rehearsed live and recorded almost at once.

    The initial Summerteeth recording sessions occurred in November 1997 at Willie Nelson's music studio in Spicewood, Texas. Tweedy was particularly emotional during the sessions, he was not able to spend time with his wife and son due to a constant touring schedule. As a result, the songs recorded reflected an introspective view that was also influenced by literature Tweedy was reading at the time. While touring, Tweedy read books by Henry Miller, William H. Gass, and John Fante.

    The sessions yielded a number of songs, including I'm Always in Love, She's a Jar, and the Henry Miller-inspired murder ballad Via Chicago. Tweedy's relationship with his wife became the inspiration for several of the songs, although she was portrayed mostly in a negative sense. She was reluctantly willing to give Tweedy the creative license to write songs, but was concerned about lyrics such as she begs me not to hit her from She's a Jar.

    Bennett and Tweedy heavily overdubbed many of the songs with Pro Tools. As a result, the contributions of other members were diminished. To complement the bold, but depressing lyrics, Tweedy relied more heavily on the production skills of multi-instrumentalist Bennett, who played a variety of instruments. Besides his usual lead guitar and keyboard work, he played Mellotron, tambourine and synthesizers. Bennett even played the bass guitar and drums when bassist John Stirratt and drummer Ken Coomer were not in the studio.

    Despite critical acclaim from numerous outlets, Summerteeth peaked at number seventy-eight on the Billboard 200. As of 2003, it had only sold an approximated 200,000 copies, a modest number compared to the sales of 1996's Being There. However, it was their first album to chart in the top forty in the United Kingdom.

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  • Morris Dance - William Kraft

    4:42

    Morris Dance (1964) by William Kraft (b. 1923) performed by Brett William Dietz, Associate Professor of Percussion, Louisiana State University.

    William Kraft (b. 1923, Chicago) has had a long and active career as composer, conductor, timpanist/percussionist and teacher. He is Professor Emeritus at the University of California, Santa Barbara, where he served for 11 years (1991 -2002) as Chairman of the Composition Department and Corwin Professor of Music Composition. From 1981-85, Mr. Kraft was the Los Angeles Philharmonic’s Composer-in-Residence, for the first year under Philharmonic auspices, and the subsequent three years through the Meet the Composer program. During his residency, he was appointed by executive director Ernest Fleischmann to serve as the founding director of the orchestra’s performing arm for contemporary music, the Philharmonic New Music Group. Mr. Kraft had previously been a member of the Los Angeles Philharmonic for 26 years; eight years as percussionist, and 18 as Principal Timpanist. For three seasons, he was also assistant conductor of the orchestra, and thereafter, frequent guest conductor.


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  • REO Speedwagon- Keep On Loving You 1981 Reelin In The Years Archives

    4:12

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  • Dvořák - Symphony No.9 in E minor, Op.95; B 178, From the New World

    44:18

    Correction: 'From a New World' in the title card should be 'From the New World'. Apologies for the error!

    Antonín Leopold Dvořák (8 September 1841 – 1 May 1904)
    Symphony No.9 in E minor, Op.95; B.178, 'From the New World'

    2 flutes, 2 oboes, 2 clarinets in B-flat & A, 2 bassoons, 4 horns in E, C and F, 2 trumpets in E, C and E-flat, 2 tenor trombones, bass trombone, tuba, timpani, triangle, cymbals, strings

    Berliner Philharmoniker (orchestra), Ferenc Fricsay (conductor)
    Stereo recording, 1959

    0:06 - I. Adagio—Allegro molto
    10:07 - II. Largo
    24:01 - III. Scherzo: Molto vivace
    32:16 - IV. Allegro con fuoco

    The Symphony No.9 in E minor, From the New World, popularly known as the New World Symphony, was composed by Antonín Dvořák in 1893 while he was the director of the National Conservatory of Music of America from 1892 to 1895. It is by far his most popular symphony, and one of the most popular of all symphonies. In older literature and recordings, this symphony was often numbered as Symphony No.5. Astronaut Neil Armstrong took a tape recording of the New World Symphony along during the Apollo 11 mission, the first Moon landing, in 1969. The symphony was completed in the building that now houses the Bily Clocks Museum.

    Dvořák was interested in Native American music and the African-American spirituals he heard in North America. As director of the National Conservatory he encountered an African-American student, Harry T. Burleigh, later a composer himself, who sang traditional spirituals to him and said that Dvorak had absorbed their 'spirit' before writing his own melodies. Dvořák stated:
    I am convinced that the future music of this country must be founded on what are called Negro melodies. These can be the foundation of a serious and original school of composition, to be developed in the United States. These beautiful and varied themes are the product of the soil. They are the folk songs of America and your composers must turn to them.

    The symphony was commissioned by the New York Philharmonic, and premiered on December 16, 1893, at Carnegie Hall conducted by Anton Seidl. A day earlier, in an article published in the New York Herald on December 15, 1893, Dvořák further explained how Native American music had been an influence on this symphony:
    I have not actually used any of the [Native American] melodies. I have simply written original themes embodying the peculiarities of the Indian music, and, using these themes as subjects, have developed them with all the resources of modern rhythms, counterpoint, and orchestral colour.

    In the same article, Dvořák stated that he regarded the symphony's second movement as a sketch or study for a later work, either a cantata or opera ... which will be based upon Longfellow's The Song of Hiawatha (Dvorak never actually wrote such a piece). He also wrote that the third movement scherzo was suggested by the scene at the feast in Hiawatha where the Indians dance.

    Dvořák was also influenced by the style and techniques used by earlier classical composers including Beethoven and Schubert. The falling fourths and timpani strokes in the New World Symphony's Scherzo movement evokes the Scherzo of Beethoven's Choral Symphony. In his fourth movement, Dvořák's use of flashbacks to prior movements is reminiscent of Beethoven quoting prior movements as part of the opening Presto of the last movement.

    At the premiere in Carnegie Hall, the end of every movement was met with thunderous clapping and Dvořák felt obliged to stand up and bow. This was one of the greatest public triumphs of Dvořák's career. When the symphony was published, several European orchestras soon performed it. Alexander Mackenzie conducted the London Philharmonic Society in the European premiere on June 21, 1894. Clapham says the symphony became one of the most popular of all time and at a time when the composer's main works were being welcomed in no more than ten countries, this symphony reached the rest of the musical world and has become a universal favorite. It was performed (as of 1978) more often than any other symphony at the Royal Festival Hall, London and is in tremendous demand in Japan.

    The theme from the Largo was adapted into the spiritual-like song Goin' Home (often mistakenly considered a folk song or traditional spiritual) by Dvořák's pupil William Arms Fisher, who wrote the lyrics in 1922.

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  • Wilco-Nothingsevergonnastandinmyway from Summerteeth

    3:21

    Summerteeth is the third studio album by Wilco. Released through Reprise Records on March 9, 1999, the album was heavily influenced lyrically by twentieth century literature, as well as singer Jeff Tweedy's marital problems. Unlike previous albums, Summerteeth was heavily overdubbed. Tweedy and Jay Bennett created most of the album in the studio, a contrast to the band's previous albums, which were rehearsed live and recorded almost at once.

    The initial Summerteeth recording sessions occurred in November 1997 at Willie Nelson's music studio in Spicewood, Texas. Tweedy was particularly emotional during the sessions, he was not able to spend time with his wife and son due to a constant touring schedule. As a result, the songs recorded reflected an introspective view that was also influenced by literature Tweedy was reading at the time. While touring, Tweedy read books by Henry Miller, William H. Gass, and John Fante.

    The sessions yielded a number of songs, including I'm Always in Love, She's a Jar, and the Henry Miller-inspired murder ballad Via Chicago. Tweedy's relationship with his wife became the inspiration for several of the songs, although she was portrayed mostly in a negative sense. She was reluctantly willing to give Tweedy the creative license to write songs, but was concerned about lyrics such as she begs me not to hit her from She's a Jar.

    Bennett and Tweedy heavily overdubbed many of the songs with Pro Tools. As a result, the contributions of other members were diminished. To complement the bold, but depressing lyrics, Tweedy relied more heavily on the production skills of multi-instrumentalist Bennett, who played a variety of instruments. Besides his usual lead guitar and keyboard work, he played Mellotron, tambourine and synthesizers. Bennett even played the bass guitar and drums when bassist John Stirratt and drummer Ken Coomer were not in the studio.

    Despite critical acclaim from numerous outlets, Summerteeth peaked at number seventy-eight on the Billboard 200. As of 2003, it had only sold an approximated 200,000 copies, a modest number compared to the sales of 1996's Being There. However, it was their first album to chart in the top forty in the United Kingdom.

  • Origins of the Shuffle Groove

    11:40

    In this episode we explore the Origins of the Shuffle Groove. My good friend Marcus Petruska and I breakdown the Groove, Where it Came From and Who Used It Best. The video demonstrates the Purdie Shuffle, The Fool In The Rain Bonham Shuffle and Jeff Porcaro's amazing groove from Toto's classic hit Rosanna.

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  • Julien Baker - Something | Audiotree Live

    4:11

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    Julien Baker is a lyrically complex singer-songwriter whose solo career exploded upon the release of her critically acclaimed debut album, “Sprained Ankle.” She has been touring and performing in bands from a very young age, but her past musical contributions lie mostly in punk and rock. As a solo artist, she crafts emotionally-wrenching tunes that frankly describe death, loss, and faith through poignant autobiographical illustration. In person, Baker’s goofy, fun-loving sense of humor seems in complete opposition to the character represented on the cover of “Sprained Ankle.” This polarity is paramount to Julien Baker’s appeal; she writes the music she does for catharsis and then opens herself up to life. She is a well-read and equally well-spoken person whose has a vested interest in Canon literature. This knowledge isn’t a prerequisite for storytelling, but it clearly informs Baker’s lyrical approach. The stories in her songs are short and clearly told. Her record references drug use, a near-fatal car wreck, anxiety, and struggling with her faith, and Baker’s simple, powerful approach lays these intense issues out in a way that makes them universal truths we all feel with her. On stage Baker is a performance powerhouse; she commands attention from the first reverb-soaked strum, and holds it until her thought is finished and all delay has rung out. Baker is the kind of performer you have to see live to truly understand.

    Recorded on January 16, 2016, in Chicago, IL.

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  • Avinu Malkeinu | Max Janowski NDSU Concert Choir

    3:08

    The NDSU Concert Choir has a distinguished tradition of performing eminent choral literature at the highest level of artistry. Under Jo Ann Miller's direction, the choir has performed at state, regional and national music conferences--including seven North Central American Choral Directors Association conferences and the association's national conference in San Antonio, Texas. The choir performs regularly with the Fargo Moorhead Symphony and tours overseas every three years. Most recently, the choir visited Eastern and Central Europe in 2009, toured Croatia and Italy in 2012, and Iceland and Scotland in 2015. The choir received the first place gold medal at the International Choral Competition in Zadar, Croatia, during the 2012 tour.

  • Wilco-Summer Teeth from the LP Summerteeth

    3:21

    Summerteeth is the third studio album by Wilco. Released through Reprise Records on March 9, 1999, the album was heavily influenced lyrically by twentieth century literature, as well as singer Jeff Tweedy's marital problems. Unlike previous albums, Summerteeth was heavily overdubbed. Tweedy and Jay Bennett created most of the album in the studio, a contrast to the band's previous albums, which were rehearsed live and recorded almost at once.

    The initial Summerteeth recording sessions occurred in November 1997 at Willie Nelson's music studio in Spicewood, Texas. Tweedy was particularly emotional during the sessions, he was not able to spend time with his wife and son due to a constant touring schedule. As a result, the songs recorded reflected an introspective view that was also influenced by literature Tweedy was reading at the time. While touring, Tweedy read books by Henry Miller, William H. Gass, and John Fante.

    The sessions yielded a number of songs, including I'm Always in Love, She's a Jar, and the Henry Miller-inspired murder ballad Via Chicago. Tweedy's relationship with his wife became the inspiration for several of the songs, although she was portrayed mostly in a negative sense. She was reluctantly willing to give Tweedy the creative license to write songs, but was concerned about lyrics such as she begs me not to hit her from She's a Jar.

    Bennett and Tweedy heavily overdubbed many of the songs with Pro Tools. As a result, the contributions of other members were diminished. To complement the bold, but depressing lyrics, Tweedy relied more heavily on the production skills of multi-instrumentalist Bennett, who played a variety of instruments. Besides his usual lead guitar and keyboard work, he played Mellotron, tambourine and synthesizers. Bennett even played the bass guitar and drums when bassist John Stirratt and drummer Ken Coomer were not in the studio.

    Despite critical acclaim from numerous outlets, Summerteeth peaked at number seventy-eight on the Billboard 200. As of 2003, it had only sold an approximated 200,000 copies, a modest number compared to the sales of 1996's Being There. However, it was their first album to chart in the top forty in the United Kingdom.

  • how to make money with a harmonica

    35:44

    The video title says it all. With Adam Gussow of Modern Blues Harmonica.


    Late in this video I mention a free session I did for the Civil Rights and Restorative Justice Project. The film is called The Trouble I've Seen.

    Currently an Associate Professor of English and Southern Studies at the University of Mississippi with a specialty in blues literature and culture, Gussow was one of the first amplified blues harp players to make overblows a key element of his stylistic approach, adapting Howard Levy's innovations in the late 1980s in a way that helped usher in a new generation of overblow masters such as Jason Ricci and Chris Michalek. According to a reviewer for American Harmonica Newsletter, Gussow's playing is characterized by technical mastery and innovative brilliance that comes along once in a generation.

    A student of the New York blues harp legend Nat Riddles (1952-1991), an official endorser of Hohner harmonicas for more than two decades, Gussow is best known for his long partnership with Mississippi-born guitarist and one-man-band Sterling Mr. Satan Magee as the duo Satan and Adam. After working the streets of Harlem from 1986 to 1991, Gussow and Magee duo toured internationally between 1991 and 1998. Their performing credits include the Chicago Blues Festival, the Newport Jazz Festival, the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, The King Biscuit Blues Festival, the Kansas City Jazz & Blues Festival, the Philadelphia Folk Festival and RiverBlues Festival, and more, along with hundreds of club gigs. They toured with Bo Diddley and opened for Buddy Guy, David Honeyboy Edwards, Otis Clay, Johnny Winter, and Jimmy Thackery. They released two albums on Flying Fish Records, including the W. C. Handy-nominated Harlem Blues (1991) and Mother Mojo (1993). Later releases include Living on the River (1996) and, on the Modern Blues Harmonica label, Word on the Street: Harlem Recordings, 1989 (2008), Back In The Game (2011), and Throw Down! (2015). In 2008, after a decade-long hiatus, Satan and Adam came back on line, and they've played occasional festival and club gigs ever since. In 2013 they made a triumphant return to the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival.

    In 1996 Satan and Adam were the cover story in Living Blues magazine; according to editor David Nelson, Gussow enjoyed the curious honor of being the first white blues musician to be so prominently spotlighted in the magazine's 26-year history.

    In addition to his career with Magee, Gussow has worked in duo, band, and studio settings with guitarists Charlie Hilbert, Irving Louis Lattin, Wild Jimmy Spruill, Robert Ross, Bill Perry, Bill Abel, Andrew Shine Turner, Bill Sims, Jr., and Brian Kramer. He has released two albums with Hilbert on the Modern Blues Harmonica label: Blues Classics (2007) and Live in Klingenthal (2008). Gussow's first solo album, Kick and Stomp (2010), spent many weeks at #1 in the Hot New Releases in Acoustic Blues chart at Amazon mp3's. It also received extensive airplay on Bluesville (SiriusXM), America's premier satellite radio blues show, and rose to the #2 position in the picks to click category. His second solo album, Southbound (2011), expanded the one-man band sound with the help of Mississippi's finest session musicians, including bassists Jerry Jemmott and Dave Woolworth. Southbound spent most of March and April 2012 at the #1 position on the Mississippi Roots Rado Airplay Chart.

    Currently, Gussow is recording and touring with Mississippi blues veteran Alan Gross in a duo known as the Blues Doctors. Their first album, Roosters Happy Hour, was released in the fall of 2013 and hit #14 on the Living Blues radio chart.

    Gussow is known to harmonica students around the world as a result of his Modern Blues Harmonica channel at YouTube, his new Gussow's Classic Blues Harmonica Videos channel, and his pioneering offerings in the field of digital-download video tutorials at his website, Modern Blues Harmonica. Gussow's other musical credits include a stint with the bus-and-truck tour of Big River; several decades as a blues harmonica instructor at The Guitar Study Center in New York and in private practice; five Gussow/Shellist workshops with noted blues player/teacher Ronnie Shellist; Harmonica Madness with harmonica.com guru J. P. Allen; and a nine-time coach at Jon Gindick's Blues Harmonica Jam Camps. He's also headlined the Mundharmonika-Live festival in Klingenthal, Germany (2008) and has taught at Blues Week in the UK (2008).

  • Wilco-Candyfloss from Summerteeth

    2:57

    Summerteeth is the third studio album by Wilco. Released through Reprise Records on March 9, 1999, the album was heavily influenced lyrically by twentieth century literature, as well as singer Jeff Tweedy's marital problems. Unlike previous albums, Summerteeth was heavily overdubbed. Tweedy and Jay Bennett created most of the album in the studio, a contrast to the band's previous albums, which were rehearsed live and recorded almost at once.

    The initial Summerteeth recording sessions occurred in November 1997 at Willie Nelson's music studio in Spicewood, Texas. Tweedy was particularly emotional during the sessions, he was not able to spend time with his wife and son due to a constant touring schedule. As a result, the songs recorded reflected an introspective view that was also influenced by literature Tweedy was reading at the time. While touring, Tweedy read books by Henry Miller, William H. Gass, and John Fante.

    The sessions yielded a number of songs, including I'm Always in Love, She's a Jar, and the Henry Miller-inspired murder ballad Via Chicago. Tweedy's relationship with his wife became the inspiration for several of the songs, although she was portrayed mostly in a negative sense. She was reluctantly willing to give Tweedy the creative license to write songs, but was concerned about lyrics such as she begs me not to hit her from She's a Jar.

    Bennett and Tweedy heavily overdubbed many of the songs with Pro Tools. As a result, the contributions of other members were diminished. To complement the bold, but depressing lyrics, Tweedy relied more heavily on the production skills of multi-instrumentalist Bennett, who played a variety of instruments. Besides his usual lead guitar and keyboard work, he played Mellotron, tambourine and synthesizers. Bennett even played the bass guitar and drums when bassist John Stirratt and drummer Ken Coomer were not in the studio.

    Despite critical acclaim from numerous outlets, Summerteeth peaked at number seventy-eight on the Billboard 200. As of 2003, it had only sold an approximated 200,000 copies, a modest number compared to the sales of 1996's Being There. However, it was their first album to chart in the top forty in the United Kingdom.

  • Fractalia by Owen Clayton Condon, performed by Third Coast Percussion

    4:56

    Third Coast Percussion member Owen Clayton Condon writes music influenced by minimalism, electronica and taiko drumming. His newest piece, Fractalia, written for Third Coast Percussion in 2011, is a sonic celebration of fractals, geometric shapes whose parts are each a reduced-size copy of the whole (derived from the Latin fractus, meaning broken).

    The kaleidoscopic fractured melodies within Fractalia are created by passing a repeated figure through four players in different registers of the marimba. Condon's acoustic and electronic works, including Fractalia, have been featured as the soundtrack to video and light installations at Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater and Anish Kapoor's Cloud Gate, the famous sculpture (affectionately referred to as The Bean) in Chicago's Millennium Park.

    VIC FIRTH ENSEMBLE:
    THIRD COAST PERCUSSION Hailed by The New Yorker as vibrant and superb, Third Coast Percussion explores and expands the extraordinary sonic possibilities of the percussion repertoire, delivering vibrant performances for audiences of all kinds. Since its formation in 2005, Third Coast Percussion has gained national attention with concerts and recordings that meld the energy of rock music with the precision and nuance of classical chamber works.

    These savvy and hyper-talented young percussionists (Musical Toronto) champion the awe-inspiring works of John Cage, Steve Reich, George Crumb, Arvo Pärt, Gérard Grisey, Philippe Manoury, Wolfgang Rihm, Louis Andriessen, Toru Takemitsu, and Tan Dun, among others. Third Coast has also commissioned and performed world premieres by today's brightest up-and-coming composers, including David T. Little, Marcos Balter, Matthew Barnson, Ted Hearne, and ensemble members Owen Clayton Condon and David Skidmore. In 2012, the ensemble will premiere a major new work from acclaimed composer Augusta Read Thomas, scored for over 100 bells from around the world.

    Third Coast's recent and upcoming concerts and residencies include the University of Notre Dame's DeBartolo Performing Arts Center, the Museum of Modern Art (New York), the Austin Chamber Music Festival, Millennium Park, the Kennedy Center's Millennium Stage, and more. Third Coast has also introduced percussion music to audiences in Texas, Virginia, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, and Illinois, securing invitations to return to many of these series.

    In addition to its national performances, Third Coast Percussion's hometown presence includes an annual Chicago series, with four to five concerts in locations around the city. The ensemble has collaborated in concert with acclaimed ensembles Eighth Blackbird, Signal, and the Garth Newel Piano Quartet, pianists Amy Briggs and Lisa Moore, cellists Nicholas Photinos and Tobias Werner, flautist Tim Munro, vocalist Ted Hearne, and video artists Luftwerk. Third Coast's passion for community outreach includes a wide range of residency offerings while on tour, in addition to a long-term residency with the Davis Square Park Community Band on Chicago's South Side.

    The members of Third Coast Percussion —Owen Clayton Condon, Robert Dillon, Peter Martin, and David Skidmore—hold degrees in music performance from Northwestern University, the Yale School of Music, the New England Conservatory, and Rutgers University.

  • Wilco-Pieholden Suite from Summerteeth

    3:27

    Summerteeth is the third studio album by Wilco. Released through Reprise Records on March 9, 1999, the album was heavily influenced lyrically by twentieth century literature, as well as singer Jeff Tweedy's marital problems. Unlike previous albums, Summerteeth was heavily overdubbed. Tweedy and Jay Bennett created most of the album in the studio, a contrast to the band's previous albums, which were rehearsed live and recorded almost at once.

    The initial Summerteeth recording sessions occurred in November 1997 at Willie Nelson's music studio in Spicewood, Texas. Tweedy was particularly emotional during the sessions, he was not able to spend time with his wife and son due to a constant touring schedule. As a result, the songs recorded reflected an introspective view that was also influenced by literature Tweedy was reading at the time. While touring, Tweedy read books by Henry Miller, William H. Gass, and John Fante.

    The sessions yielded a number of songs, including I'm Always in Love, She's a Jar, and the Henry Miller-inspired murder ballad Via Chicago. Tweedy's relationship with his wife became the inspiration for several of the songs, although she was portrayed mostly in a negative sense. She was reluctantly willing to give Tweedy the creative license to write songs, but was concerned about lyrics such as she begs me not to hit her from She's a Jar.

    Bennett and Tweedy heavily overdubbed many of the songs with Pro Tools. As a result, the contributions of other members were diminished. To complement the bold, but depressing lyrics, Tweedy relied more heavily on the production skills of multi-instrumentalist Bennett, who played a variety of instruments. Besides his usual lead guitar and keyboard work, he played Mellotron, tambourine and synthesizers. Bennett even played the bass guitar and drums when bassist John Stirratt and drummer Ken Coomer were not in the studio.

    Despite critical acclaim from numerous outlets, Summerteeth peaked at number seventy-eight on the Billboard 200. As of 2003, it had only sold an approximated 200,000 copies, a modest number compared to the sales of 1996's Being There. However, it was their first album to chart in the top forty in the United Kingdom.

  • Muddy Waters- Interview 1979 RITY Archives

    7:14

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  • Dave King, Matt Mitchell, Josh Granowski @ALL

    1:8:12

    The Dave King Trio performing at Trinity Lutheran Church through the Arts + Literature Laboratory in Madison, WI.

    12/18/18




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  • Wilco-When You Wake Up Feeling Old from Summerteeth

    3:57

    Summerteeth is the third studio album by Wilco. Released through Reprise Records on March 9, 1999, the album was heavily influenced lyrically by twentieth century literature, as well as singer Jeff Tweedy's marital problems. Unlike previous albums, Summerteeth was heavily overdubbed. Tweedy and Jay Bennett created most of the album in the studio, a contrast to the band's previous albums, which were rehearsed live and recorded almost at once.

    The initial Summerteeth recording sessions occurred in November 1997 at Willie Nelson's music studio in Spicewood, Texas. Tweedy was particularly emotional during the sessions, he was not able to spend time with his wife and son due to a constant touring schedule. As a result, the songs recorded reflected an introspective view that was also influenced by literature Tweedy was reading at the time. While touring, Tweedy read books by Henry Miller, William H. Gass, and John Fante.

    The sessions yielded a number of songs, including I'm Always in Love, She's a Jar, and the Henry Miller-inspired murder ballad Via Chicago. Tweedy's relationship with his wife became the inspiration for several of the songs, although she was portrayed mostly in a negative sense. She was reluctantly willing to give Tweedy the creative license to write songs, but was concerned about lyrics such as she begs me not to hit her from She's a Jar.

    Bennett and Tweedy heavily overdubbed many of the songs with Pro Tools. As a result, the contributions of other members were diminished. To complement the bold, but depressing lyrics, Tweedy relied more heavily on the production skills of multi-instrumentalist Bennett, who played a variety of instruments. Besides his usual lead guitar and keyboard work, he played Mellotron, tambourine and synthesizers. Bennett even played the bass guitar and drums when bassist John Stirratt and drummer Ken Coomer were not in the studio.

    Despite critical acclaim from numerous outlets, Summerteeth peaked at number seventy-eight on the Billboard 200. As of 2003, it had only sold an approximated 200,000 copies, a modest number compared to the sales of 1996's Being There. However, it was their first album to chart in the top forty in the United Kingdom.

  • Wilco-Cant Stand It from Summerteeth

    3:47

    Summerteeth is the third studio album by Wilco. Released through Reprise Records on March 9, 1999, the album was heavily influenced lyrically by twentieth century literature, as well as singer Jeff Tweedy's marital problems. Unlike previous albums, Summerteeth was heavily overdubbed. Tweedy and Jay Bennett created most of the album in the studio, a contrast to the band's previous albums, which were rehearsed live and recorded almost at once.

    The initial Summerteeth recording sessions occurred in November 1997 at Willie Nelson's music studio in Spicewood, Texas. Tweedy was particularly emotional during the sessions, he was not able to spend time with his wife and son due to a constant touring schedule. As a result, the songs recorded reflected an introspective view that was also influenced by literature Tweedy was reading at the time. While touring, Tweedy read books by Henry Miller, William H. Gass, and John Fante.

    The sessions yielded a number of songs, including I'm Always in Love, She's a Jar, and the Henry Miller-inspired murder ballad Via Chicago. Tweedy's relationship with his wife became the inspiration for several of the songs, although she was portrayed mostly in a negative sense. She was reluctantly willing to give Tweedy the creative license to write songs, but was concerned about lyrics such as she begs me not to hit her from She's a Jar.

    Bennett and Tweedy heavily overdubbed many of the songs with Pro Tools. As a result, the contributions of other members were diminished. To complement the bold, but depressing lyrics, Tweedy relied more heavily on the production skills of multi-instrumentalist Bennett, who played a variety of instruments. Besides his usual lead guitar and keyboard work, he played Mellotron, tambourine and synthesizers. Bennett even played the bass guitar and drums when bassist John Stirratt and drummer Ken Coomer were not in the studio.

    Despite critical acclaim from numerous outlets, Summerteeth peaked at number seventy-eight on the Billboard 200. As of 2003, it had only sold an approximated 200,000 copies, a modest number compared to the sales of 1996's Being There. However, it was their first album to chart in the top forty in the United Kingdom.

  • Isabelle Dances, by Steve Stucky

    13:24

    Isabelle Dances, by Steve Stucky
    Performed by Sam Um

    I. Bounce - 0:00
    II. Dream - 2:31
    III. Hover - 6:06
    IV. Stomp - 10:14

    Recorded at Yale University - School of Music
    Hendrie Hall, Blocker Rehearsal Hall

    Audio by Michael Laurello


    Editing by 2X1 Media


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    ABOUT THE PIECE:

    Isabelle Dances (2010) was composed for percussionist Isabelle Huang. This fifteen minute marimba solo contains four movements- I. Bounce, II. Dream (Homage to F. Chopin), III. Hover, and IV. Stomp (Homage to B. Bartók) all exploring sonic landscape of the marimba. The outer movements, Bounce and Stomp, presents the instrument’s ability of rhythmic drive with fast scales and strict sense of the groove. Stucky’s creation of beautiful lines is especially evident and can be clearly shown in the inner two movements, “Dream” and “Hover,” which present the beautiful soundscapes of the marimba with lyrical melodies and the sense of unfolding time. The second movement and the last movement, “Dream” and “Stomp”, are subtitled as homages to F. Chopin and B. Bartók, respectively.

    “Dream” starts out with tremolo on single notes to create an unendingly beautiful phrase which mimics the sustaining of sound which the instrument lacks of. Meanwhile, the fast-moving line on the bass accompanies it with a sense of unease that recalls Chopin’s Prelude in D Minor Op.28 No.24. Stomp, which is an homage to Bela Bartók, has a strong sense of primitivism. The movement puts one in mind of Book 6 from Bartók’s Mikrokosmos, sharing similarities in both the sound, phrase structure, and the rhythmic structure. The beginning of the piece consists of strong accented major seconds in both hands, which creates a strong sense of vertical direction as well as horizontal direction. The main theme of the movement has a strong rhythmic discernment with a ‘stomp’ on the beginning of each rhythmical phrase.

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    MALLETS:
    1st movement: M113, M114, M114 and M115
    2nd and 3rd movement: M122 and M123s
    4th movement: M124 and M125

    Robert van Sice Signature Series


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    ABOUT THE COMPOSER:
    Steven Stucky (1949-2016) was a Pulitzer Prize-winning prominent American composer. Mostly known for his orchestral works, Stucky composed for various orchestras such as the Los Angeles Philharmonic, the Boston Symphony, the New York Philharmonic, the Pittsburgh Symphony, and the Chicago Symphony. Stucky was also very active in several organizations dedicated to promoting the work of contemporary composers, including New Music USA, the American Academy in Rome, the Koussevitzky Music Foundation and both the American Academy of Arts and Letters and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.

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  • Chicago by The Friends in Chicago

    2:48

    Baha’i Blog’s “Studio Sessions” is an initiative where we invite Baha’is and their friends from around the world to come into a studio and share the Baha’i Writings put to music.

    In this Baha’i Blog Studio Session, we’re in Chicago, USA with The Friends in Chicago singing Chicago, based on an excerpt from a talk given by Abdu'l-Baha.

    The Friends in Chicago are: Jeremy, Adeeb, Anahita, Danika, and Savva.

    You can also listen and download the audio of this song on Baha’i Blog’s Soundcloud page here:



    This song was filmed and recorded in Chicago, USA, December, 2018.

    Here is the quotation used for the lyrics followed by the lyrics and chords below:

    May the fire of the love of God be so enkindled in Chicago that all the cities in America shall be ignited. This is my hope. -Abdu'l-Baha

    LYRICS AND CHORDS:

    Am C G Am
    May the fire of the love of God
    Am C G Am
    be so enkindled in Chicago
    Am C G Am
    May the fire of the love of God
    Am C G Am
    be so enkindled in Chicago
    Am C G Am
    that all the cities in America
    Am C G Am
    shall be ignited
    Am C G Am
    that all the cities in America
    Am C G Am
    shall be ignited
    Am C G Am Am C G Am
    This is my hope. This is my hope. This is my hope.

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  • Bens Band - Moonlight Serenade

    4:29

    Ben's Band - Брянский городской эстрадный оркестр
    5 апереля ДК ДМЗ (2014)

  • The Dream - Chicago Philharmonic and Visceral Dance Chicago

    1:31

    In this dazzling re-imagining of Dostoyevsky's story of redemption and renewal, The Dream of a Ridiculous Man, dance and literature converge with the music of Jonny Greenwood, Shostakovich, Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninoff, Radiohead and more.

  • Chicago Childrens Choir @ The Jaipur Lit Festival

    10:06

  • Chicago City - Clousure by Snake City

    3:03

    Chicago, officially the City of Chicago, is the most populous city in the U.S. state of Illinois, and the third-most-populous city in the United States. With an estimated population of 2,693,976 in 2019, it is also the most populous city in the Midwestern United States. Chicago is the county seat of Cook County, the second-most-populous county in the US, with a small portion of the northwest side of the city extending into DuPage County near O'Hare Airport. Chicago is the principal city of the Chicago metropolitan area, often referred to as Chicagoland. At nearly 10 million people, the metropolitan area is the third most populous in the United States.

    Located on the shores of freshwater Lake Michigan, Chicago was incorporated as a city in 1837 near a portage between the Great Lakes and the Mississippi River watershed and grew rapidly in the mid-19th century. After the Great Chicago Fire of 1871, which destroyed several square miles and left more than 100,000 homeless, the city made a concerted effort to rebuild. The construction boom accelerated population growth throughout the following decades, and by 1900, less than 30 years after the great fire, Chicago was the fifth-largest city in the world.Chicago made noted contributions to urban planning and zoning standards, including new construction styles (including the Chicago School of architecture), the development of the City Beautiful Movement, and the steel-framed skyscraper.

    Chicago is an international hub for finance, culture, commerce, industry, education, technology, telecommunications, and transportation. It is the site of the creation of the first standardized futures contracts, issued by the Chicago Board of Trade, which today is part of the largest and most diverse derivatives market in the world, generating 20% of all volume in commodities and financial futures alone. Depending on the particular year, the city's O'Hare International Airport is routinely ranked as the world's fifth or sixth busiest airport according to tracked data by the Airports Council International. The region also has the largest number of federal highways and is the nation's railroad hub. Chicago was listed as an alpha global city by the Globalization and World Cities Research Network, and it ranked seventh in the entire world in the 2017 Global Cities Index. The Chicago area has one of the highest gross domestic products (GDP) in the world, generating $689 billion in 2018. In addition, the city has one of the world's most diversified and balanced economies, with no single industry employing more than 14% of the workforce. Chicago is home to several Fortune 500 companies, including Allstate, Boeing, Caterpillar, Exelon, Kraft Heinz, McDonald's, Mondelez International, Sears, United Airlines Holdings, US Foods, and Walgreens.

    Chicago's 58 million domestic and international visitors in 2018 made it the second most visited city in the nation, as compared with New York City's 65 million visitors in 2018. The city was ranked first in the 2018 Time Out City Life Index, a global quality of life survey of 15,000 people in 32 cities. Landmarks in the city include Millennium Park, Navy Pier, the Magnificent Mile, the Art Institute of Chicago, Museum Campus, the Willis (Sears) Tower, Grant Park, the Museum of Science and Industry, and Lincoln Park Zoo. Chicago's culture includes the visual arts, literature, film, theatre, comedy (especially improvisational comedy), food, and music, particularly jazz, blues, soul, hip-hop, gospel, and electronic dance music including house music. Of the area's many colleges and universities, the University of Chicago, Northwestern University, and the University of Illinois at Chicago are classified as highest research doctoral universities. Chicago has professional sports teams in each of the major professional leagues, including two Major League Baseball teams.

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  • Adrienne Nadeau - Chicago

    2:42

  • Chicago Mayor Lightfoot mistake supporting Columbus Day instead of Indigenous Day

    7:02

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    #Chicago Mayor #LoriLightfoot mistake supporting #Columbus Day instead of Indigenous Day and how Black people should view Cps cancellation of Columbus and an supporting Indigenous day instead
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    Christopher Columbus and the Afrikan Holocaust: Slavery and the Rise of European Capitalism:

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  • Wilco-Via Chicago from Summerteeth

    5:34

    Summerteeth is the third studio album by Wilco. Released through Reprise Records on March 9, 1999, the album was heavily influenced lyrically by twentieth century literature, as well as singer Jeff Tweedy's marital problems. Unlike previous albums, Summerteeth was heavily overdubbed. Tweedy and Jay Bennett created most of the album in the studio, a contrast to the band's previous albums, which were rehearsed live and recorded almost at once.

    The initial Summerteeth recording sessions occurred in November 1997 at Willie Nelson's music studio in Spicewood, Texas. Tweedy was particularly emotional during the sessions, he was not able to spend time with his wife and son due to a constant touring schedule. As a result, the songs recorded reflected an introspective view that was also influenced by literature Tweedy was reading at the time. While touring, Tweedy read books by Henry Miller, William H. Gass, and John Fante.

    The sessions yielded a number of songs, including I'm Always in Love, She's a Jar, and the Henry Miller-inspired murder ballad Via Chicago. Tweedy's relationship with his wife became the inspiration for several of the songs, although she was portrayed mostly in a negative sense. She was reluctantly willing to give Tweedy the creative license to write songs, but was concerned about lyrics such as she begs me not to hit her from She's a Jar.

    Bennett and Tweedy heavily overdubbed many of the songs with Pro Tools. As a result, the contributions of other members were diminished. To complement the bold, but depressing lyrics, Tweedy relied more heavily on the production skills of multi-instrumentalist Bennett, who played a variety of instruments. Besides his usual lead guitar and keyboard work, he played Mellotron, tambourine and synthesizers. Bennett even played the bass guitar and drums when bassist John Stirratt and drummer Ken Coomer were not in the studio.

    Despite critical acclaim from numerous outlets, Summerteeth peaked at number seventy-eight on the Billboard 200. As of 2003, it had only sold an approximated 200,000 copies, a modest number compared to the sales of 1996's Being There. However, it was their first album to chart in the top forty in the United Kingdom.

  • Chicago Edge Ensemble Untitled Composition Live in Madison, WI July 2018

    15:19

    Chicago Edge Ensemble
    Live at Arts and Literature Lab Madison, WI.
    July 2018
    Untitled composition by Dan Phillips

    Dan Phillips - Guitar
    Avreeayl Ra - Drums
    Mars Williams - Saxophones
    Jeb Bishop - Trombone
    Krzysztof Pabian - Double Bass

  • Stefano Battaglia Trio Live at the PianoForte Studios

    1:28:51

    ITALIAN CULTURAL INSTITUTE OF CHICAGO AND ITALCULTURA,

    IN COLLABORATION WITH PIANOFORTE FOUNDATION,

    BY WORLD-RENOWNED STEFANO BATTAGLIA TRIO

    PRESENT A JAZZ CONCERT



    This trio represents, in Battaglia’s own words, “a new harmonic balance between

    archaic modal pre-tonal chant and dances, pure tonal songs and hymns and

    abstract texture.” Songs, chants and dances – each of the forms offers Battaglia

    and bassist Salvatore Maiore plenty of room to develop lyrical ideas. And, as the

    trio has developed over the years, an expanded space has opened up for the

    drums also, giving Roberto Dani opportunities for textural shading and for playing

    melodically, hypersensitive to the pitches of drums and cymbals.

    The trio, which has been honing its profoundly lyrical language with music that

    evokes cinematic landscapes for many years, will perform a selection of songs

    from the trio’s latest two albums produced by ECM. The first album, The River of

    Anyder (2011), turned out to be career-defining album of unsettling and

    unpredictable beauty. Down beat described it as “novel and utterly delightful

    lyricism” and allaboutjazz.com referred to it as “one of the year’s most beautiful

    piano recordings: an undercurrent of gentle push-and-pull, flowing beneath its

    endless wellspring of haunting melodism, gives it its depth and weight, even as

    its diaphanous interaction suggests an evolving language.” The second album is

    the deeply expressionistic Songways (2012), which is concerned with the further

    evolution of that musical language. Italian pianist Stefano Battaglia and his trio

    develop directions established on their acclaimed 2011 release “The River of

    Anyder” with a new selection of chants, hymns and dances, all written by

    Battaglia and inspired by descriptions of visionary places from art and literature –

    from Alfred Kubin, Jonathan Swift or Charles Fourier to Italo Calvino. “Songways”

    finds “a new harmonic balance between archaic modal pre-tonal chant and

    dances, pure tonal songs and hymns and abstract texture,” Battaglia says, “thus

    documenting the natural development of the Trio life, with a larger space for

    action from the drums”.

    Both are steeped in historical and cultural premises while exuding a timeless feel.

    Critical Accolades






    The Guardian

    By JF

    Another formidable European keyboardist who reveals plenty of the graceful

    precision that made him a successful classical concert recitalist, jazz roots in Bill

    Evans, Keith Jarrett and Paul Bley, and the openness that has often found him

    working with free-improvisers. His music is yearningly romantic in an open-

    structured way, full of classical allegiances, melodical audacity, lustrous

    accumulations and overlays of chords, trickles of treble sound and spacey

    improvisations.



    Stefano Battaglia

    Born in Milan, Stefano Battaglia began studying piano when he was seven years

    old. He has performed at several Italian and European festivals, as well as

    hundreds of concerts as a soloist. He was awarded Best New Talent of 1988

    and 1999 and Best Italian Musician by the magazine Musica Jazz. He has

    performed with leading Italian musicians and several international artists, such as

    Lee Konitz, Kenny Wheeler, Dewey Redman, Tony Oxley, Steve Swallow, Enrico

    Rava, Aldo Romano, Bill Elgart, Dominique Pifarely, Pierre Favre and many

    others. He has recorded more than 100 CDs and has received many awards for

    his solo piano and trio recordings. Since 1988, he has been teaching seminars

    entiteld, “Siena Jazz,” as well as a specializiation course and high level

    qualification classes for performers of Jazz Music in Siena. Battaglia has

    performed intense research on solo performance and on the dialogue with

    percussion instruments. This is evidenced by his fruitful collaborations with

    percussionists Pierre Favre, Tony Oxley, and Michele Rabbia. In 2005 the

    pianist recorded a celebratory work of 35 original compositions dedicated to the

    great poet Pier Paolo Pasolini. The double album “Re: Pasolini” was published in

    April of 2007. Battaglia’s uniqueness resides in chamber music background,

    which can explain his innate ability to pace a song with an organic flow and a

    gentle undercurrent that rises and recedes like the tide.

  • Herman Abreo-Sweet Home Chicago

    6:08

    Live at the Goa Arts and Literary Festival 2013

  • MLB The Show: Boston Red Sox vs Chicago Cubs

    11:45



    I have been working on a paper for the Education Market. The paper talks about using video games as a teaching tool for children with learning disabilities.

    The age demographic would be 8 to 18. Games could be up to the teacher or student to chose. Games might include soccer, football, basketball, etc.

    Students could learn about various historical or fictional characters and create them as players for their team. It would allow the student to study history, philosophy, religion, sports, popular culture, etc. and then create the characters to be a part of their team. The students would even be able to play alongside their created characters.

    On some of the teams historical figures like Martin Luther King, and Abraham Lincoln will play on the same team with authors like Ernest Hemingway and William Shakespeare, or Elvis Presley and Tupac Shakur.

    The process is meant to be a simple and fun way for kids to learn subjects such as world history, literature, poetry, art, music, science and vocabulary. Maybe PS4/XBOX machines might be donated or discounted to schools for these classes. More on the paper as it is fleshed out. Enjoy the simulations.

    Also for sentimental reasons, some fallen friends and family are on this team. Semper Fi. May you rest in peace.

  • Man & God: New Songs from the Musical

    58:02

    well-drawn-out, witty and entertaining to watch. - The Upcoming

    To mark the latest stage of their musical's development, Professor Michael Berkowitz, composer Jake Dorfman, and writer Leo Doulton host a work in progress sharing of the newest songs, along with academic talks, presentations from the composer and writer, and a Q&A with the creative team. Featuring rising stars Nicholas McClean and Oscar Conlon-Morrey as Leopold Godowsky Jnr. and Kenneth Mees, this is a chance to see how a musical can transform research into the historical engagement of Jews and photography into a tale of music, science, and the creation of colour film.

    The new songs focus on Leopold Godowsky Jr.'s relationship with Kenneth Mees, the brilliant chemist who saved several Jewish scientists from the Nazis, it is the latest stage of Man & God's story. The full musical tells the tale of how Leopold Mannes and Leopold Godowsky Jr. invented mass-market colour photography in the face of oppression, technological limits and dementia so that everyone could preserve their memories. But when they were written out of history, they realised that recording history was more complicated than that…

    Presented in collaboration between University College London Hebrew and Jewish Studies, the Lithuanian Embassy in the United Kingdom​ and the Lithuanian Cultural Attache to the UK, and Virtually Opera.

    A link will be sent out to attendees on the day of the event.

    Leopold Godowsky, Jr., born in Chicago in 1900, was the son of Frieda Saxe and Leopold Godowsky, the noted pianist from Žasliai (Yiddish: זאָסלע‎ Zosle), a small town in Kaunas Country, now in central Lithuania (then the Russian empire.) With his friend Leopold Mannes, a son of two distinguished musicians, Leo Jr. began experimenting with color photography as a teenager. Leo Jr became an accomplished violinist and research scientist, despite not having studied chemistry and physics beyond the BA level. In the 1920s the work of Mannes and Godowsky contributed to the development of Techniciolor motion picture film. Their research sparked the interest of Kenneth Mees, founding director of the research laboratory at Eastman Kodak in Rochester, New York. (Mees had been a student at UCL and the laboratory where he pursued his PhD was in UCL’s Slade School of Art.) Mannes and Godowsky were hired by Kodak, and under its auspices created the industrial Kodachrome film process in the early 1930s, which revolutionized both amateur and professional photography. Leo Godowsky Jr. died in 1983. With rare exceptions, the immense impact of Leo Godowsky Jr has been largely forgotten by history.

    Pioneering Jewish Studies since 1826, The UCL Department of Hebrew and Jewish Studies is a world-leading centre in the heart of London, noted for its innovative research and teaching. Drawing on UCL’s tradition of secularism and open-mindedness, it integrates all aspects of Jewish Studies, from antiquity to modernity, through the prism of history, literature, and languages.

    It is the only university department in the UK dedicated to the field of Hebrew and Jewish Studies and its comprehensive, integrated study. They train future scholars and educate the wider community.

  • RICHARD YATES - COMING FROM CHICAGO

    2:27

  • Christa Ludwig: Wagner - Rienzi, Gerechter Gott, so ists entschieden schon!

    7:17

    Christa Ludwig (born 16 March 1928) is a retired German lyric mezzo-soprano, distinguished for her performances of opera, Lieder, oratorio, and other major religious works like masses and passions, and solos contained in symphonic literature. Her career spanned from the late 1940s until the early 1990s. She is widely recognised as one of the most significant and distinguished singers of the 20th century. Ludwig made her American debut at the Lyric Opera of Chicago as Dorabella in Così fan tutte in 1959. That same year, she made her debut at the Metropolitan Opera in New York as Cherubino in Le nozze di Figaro and subsequently sang 121 performances in 15 different roles with the company until 1993. At the Metropolitan Opera, where she quickly became one of the audience's favourites, her repertoire included The Dyer's Wife in the Met's first-ever performances of Die Frau ohne Schatten, the title role and later the Marschallin in Der Rosenkavalier, Klytemnestra in Elektra, Ortrud in Lohengrin, Brangäne inTristan und Isolde, Fricka in both Das Rheingold and Die Walküre, Waltraute in Götterdämmerung, Kundry in Parsifal, the title role in Fidelio, Didon in Les Troyens, Charlotte in Werther, and Amneris in Aida. She first appeared at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden in 1969 as Amneris in Aida. As Ludwig's voice matured, she expanded her repertoire from lyric and spinto mezzo-roles to dramatic roles. Her vast repertory eventually grew to encompass Princess Eboli in Don Carlo which she sang at La Scala in Milan, in Salzburg and in Vienna, the title-role in Carmen, Ulrica (Un ballo in maschera), Monteverdi's Octavia (L'incoronazione di Poppea), Dido (Les Troyens), Kundry (Parsifal), Klytemnestra (Elektra) and contemporary roles by von Einem and Orff. She also ventured briefly into the spinto and dramatic soprano repertory with performances of Verdi's Lady Macbeth (Macbeth), Strauss's Dyer's Wife (Die Frau ohne Schatten), the Marschallin (Der Rosenkavalier) and Beethoven's Leonore (Fidelio). In addition to her opera performances, Ludwig regularly gave recitals of Lieder (together with the German pianist Sebastian Peschko and on occasion, Leonard Bernstein) and as a soloist with orchestras. Her performances of Schubert, Schumann, Brahms, Wolf, Mahler and Strauss are much admired. She also sang Bach and performed and recorded most of his major vocal works.


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  • PianoForte Foundation Salon Series LIVE! on WFMT with Pianist, Alexander Djordjevic -- July 01, 2016

    56:58

    PROGRAM:

    Fantasia in D minor, K. 397 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

    Sonata Op. 13 in C minor “Pathétique” by Ludwig van Beethoven
    1. Grave – Allegro di molto e con brio
    2. Adagio cantabile
    3. Rondo: Allegro

    Ballade No. 1 in G minor, Op. 23 by Frederic Chopin

    In festo transfigurationis Domini nostri Jesu Christi, S. 188 by Franz Liszt
    Impromptu (‘Nocturne’), S. 191 by Franz Liszt

    Polonaise in A-flat major (Heroic), Op. 53 by Frederic Chopin

    BIOGRAPHY:

    Pianist Alexander Djordjevic is known for his “formidable talent and technique,” “profound poetic sensitivity” and “elegant, expressive, yet powerful and electrifying playing.” The Washington Post has declared him “a constant infusion of original insight.” Gramophone Magazine proclaimed him “a fine young pianist.”

    Alexander Djordjevic is recognized for his stirring performances of the late works of Franz Liszt. His CD, Gray Clouds: Piano Music of Franz Liszt, was the 2010 winner of the Hungarian Liszt Society’s 35th Annual Franz Liszt International Grand Prix du Disque. Alexander Djordjevic follows an esteemed list of notable pianists who have received this honor for their Liszt recordings including Vladimir Horowitz, Claudio Arrau, Alfred Brendel and Andre Watts. Mr. Djordjevic received the award and was featured in recital on the 199th anniversary of Liszt’s birth at the Old Liszt Academy of Music in Budapest, Hungary. The Jury of the Franz Liszt International Grand Prix du Disque lauded Djordjevic for having “the key to the peculiar and meditative world of the works from Liszt's late years.”

    The Washington Post described Alexander Djordjevic in concert as, “an objective pianist in the sense that he remains always in scrupulous control of the music: Chords are immaculately voiced to yield the most minute harmonic changes; sonorities mix, hang around and then dissolve just when they should; and the musical line is scrubbed clean of artifice, clutter and distracting exaggerations. What then emerges is a constant infusion of original insight that freshens the music and makes even repertory staples seem new.”

    A Fulbright Scholar where he studied at the Hochschule für Musik in Freiburg, Germany, Djordjevic was a prizewinner in numerous piano competitions including First Prize, Grace Welsh Prize for Piano; First Prize, Kankakee Valley Symphony Orchestra's Young Artists Piano Competition; First Prize, Chicago Artists Association Competition; Bradshaw & Buono International Piano Competition; Nena Wideman Piano Competition, Shreveport, Louisiana; and Union League Civic & Arts Foundation Piano Competition, Chicago. He was also chosen to participate in the Cleveland International Piano Competition; the Young Concert Artists International Auditions, New York; and the New Orleans International Piano Competition.

    Born in Chicago, Alexander Djordjevic began his piano studies at age three and made his debut as concerto soloist with orchestra at age twelve. As a Fulbright Scholar, Alexander Djordjevic furthered his piano studies with Russian pianist Vitaly Margulis at the Hochschule für Musik in Freiburg, Germany, where he was awarded the Aufbaustudium Diploma “With Distinction.” He also holds advanced degrees in piano performance and literature from the University of Illinois. His teachers have included Vitaly Margulis, Joel Shapiro, Gustavo Romero, William Heiles, and Ann Schein (Aspen).

    He has released two CDs: Gray Clouds: Piano Music of Franz Liszt (2009), which features rarely performed late piano works of Franz Liszt; and Alexander Djordjevic Plays Scarlatti – Beethoven – Chopin – Rachmaninov – Liebermann (2000).

    Djordjevic’s live performances and recordings have been broadcast on radio stations worldwide.

    Mr. Djordjevic is on the piano faculty of the Music Institute of Chicago and maintains his own private studio. He is the membership secretary of the American Liszt Society and the president of the Chicago chapter of the American Liszt Society.

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  • MLB The Show: Boston Red Sox vs Chicago White Sox

    8:24



    I have been working on a paper for the Education Market. The paper talks about using video games as a teaching tool for children with learning disabilities.

    The age demographic would be 8 to 18. Games could be up to the teacher or student to chose. Games might include soccer, football, basketball, etc.

    Students could learn about various historical or fictional characters and create them as players for their team. It would allow the student to study history, philosophy, religion, sports, popular culture, etc. and then create the characters to be a part of their team. The students would even be able to play alongside their created characters.

    On some of the teams historical figures like Martin Luther King, and Abraham Lincoln will play on the same team with authors like Ernest Hemingway and William Shakespeare, or Elvis Presley and Tupac Shakur.

    The process is meant to be a simple and fun way for kids to learn subjects such as world history, literature, poetry, art, music, science and vocabulary. Maybe PS4/XBOX machines might be donated or discounted to schools for these classes. More on the paper as it is fleshed out. Enjoy the simulations.

    Also for sentimental reasons, some fallen friends and family are on this team. Semper Fi. May you rest in peace.

  • NBA 2K: Indiana Pacers vs Chicago Bulls

    8:59



    I have been working on a paper for the Education Market. The paper talks about using video games as a teaching tool for children with learning disabilities. The age demographic would be 8 to 18. Games could be up to the teacher or student to select. Games might include soccer, football, basketball, etc.

    Students could learn about various historical or fictional characters and create them as players for their team. It would allow the student to study history, philosophy, religion, sports, popular culture, etc. and then create the characters to be a part of their team. The students would even be able to play alongside their created characters.

    On some of the teams historical figures like Martin Luther King, and Abraham Lincoln will play on the same team with authors like Ernest Hemingway and William Shakespeare, or Elvis Presley and Tupac
    Shakur.

    The process is meant to be a simple and fun way for kids to learn subjects such as world history, literature, poetry, art, music, science and vocabulary. Maybe PS4/XBOX machines might be donated or discounted to schools for these classes. More on the paper as it is fleshed out. Enjoy the simulations.

    Also for sentimental reasons, some fallen friends and family are on this team. Semper Fi. May you rest in peace.

    Chicago Bulls

    LeBron James
    Michael Jordan
    Martin Luther King, civil rights activist
    Scottie Pippen
    Pete Maravich
    Muhammad Ali, boxing
    Nelson Mandela, South African leader
    Jackie Moon, Semi-Pro, played by Will Ferrell
    Moses, Israeli prophet
    Magic Johnson
    Kyrie Irving
    Dwyane Wade
    John Shaft, Shaft, played by Samuel L. Jackson

  • Music for Pieces of Wood by Steve Reich

    2:35

    Performed by Third Coast Percussion

    The guys from Third Coast Percussion picked the coldest day of the year to cruise around Chicago playing Steve Reich Music for Pieces of Wood.

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    If you love Reich and enjoy seeing the scenes of Chicago, you need to check out this video - AND get a copy of Third Coast's new album of Reich's music, available on Cedille Records!



    “Sensational! Sometimes people ask if my music allows interpretation. I can’t think of a better answer than to play them your album.”
    -Steve Reich

    “It’s above all a sensual approach to tone color that comes through in Third Coast’s take on [these] classic works.”
    -The New York Times

    “…their adoration and familiarity with [the music] are palpable in the crisp precision and pulsing energy of their latest performance.”
    -Chicago Reader

    “In these performances there is a buoyancy to the perpetually pulsating rhythms in the Mallet Quartet and (above all) the lengthy Sextet that somehow conveys that joy in movement that seems to be what this music is all about….”
    -ClassicsToday.com

    “Third Coast’s ability to gently manipulate time here translates to a listening experience that is both buoyant and penetrating.”
    -Q2 Music, WQXR, New York

    ...and many thanks to Quinn B Wharton for the subzero video shoot and Glazed and Infused Doughnuts for the awesome cameo.

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  • Yamantaka // Sonic Titan - Yandere | Audiotree Live

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    Yamantaka // Sonic Titan is an experimental performance art collective who write epic, cinematic music. The sextet built this project to explore their shared Asian-Canadian heritage by incorporating elements of Kabuki and Noh theater, Chinese Opera, anime and manga into eclectic performances. Check out the wild performance by Yamantaka // Sonic Titan Live at Audiotree.

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  • Berliozs THE TROJANS at Lyric Opera of Chicago. Onstage November 13 - December 3

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    The drama of the Trojan War, replete with heroes and tragedy, has captivated audiences from literature to film, and nowhere does it come to life more vividly than in French opera’s most astounding work, Les Troyens. Grand and glorious in its musical and dramatic breadth, this operatic retelling of Virgil’s Aeneid is rarely performed because of its enormous scale. Experience the tidal wave of sound from Lyric’s massive chorus and orchestra and the exciting ballet as this theatrical tour de force unfolds with a powerhouse cast. Sir Andrew Davis conducts this much-anticipated Lyric premiere that will draw opera lovers from all over the world!

    For tickets and more information call 312.827.5600 or visit lyricopera.org/troyens

  • Little Walters induction into the R&R Hall of Fame

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    Chicago blues icon Little Walter was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame on Monday, March 10th, 2008. This is the complete induction ceremony: the 2:00 minute Tribute to Little Walter film, followed by musician Ben Harper's induction speech, then James Cotton performing both of Little Walter's #1 hits, Juke and My Babe, accompanied by Paul Schaffer's Late Night Band, and featuring Ben Harper on My Babe.

    UPDATE: For those who are interested in learning more about Little Walter, including the answers to some of the questions posted in the comments section for this video, pick up the award-winning biography of Little Walter, Blues With A Feeling - The Little Walter Story. The book won the award for Best Research in Recorded Blues and Gospel Music from The Association for Records Sound Collections, and was inducted into Blues Hall of Fame as a Classic of Blues Literature in 2007. The book is available at Amazon.com and most major book sellers.

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  • Poetry - Puneet Paul - IIT Chicago

    6:48

    Ek kahani jo mere dil ke boht kareeb hai!
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  • Sheila von Wiese-Mack October 15, 2007-19th Century Club Chicago, Violin as Art lecture recital

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    Violin as Art lecture concert by international acclaimed concert violinist David Yonan, presented by Sheila von Wiese-Mack, President of the Arts and Literature Commitee at the 19th Century Club, Oak Park, Illinois. October 15, 2007.
    In loving memory of Sheila von Wiese-Mack
    June 10,1952-August 12, 2014

  • Madden 20: Indianapolis Colts vs Chicago Bears

    20:25



    I have been working on a paper for the Education Market. The paper talks about using video games as a teaching tool for children with learning disabilities. The age demographic would be 8 to 18. Games could be up to the teacher or student to choose. Games might include soccer, football, basketball, etc.

    Students could learn about various historical or fictional characters and create them as players for their team. It would allow the student to study history, philosophy, religion, sports, popular culture, etc. and then create the characters to be a part of their team. The students would even be able to play alongside their created characters.

    On some of the teams historical figures like Martin Luther King, and Abraham Lincoln will play on the same team with authors like Ernest Hemingway and William Shakespeare, or Elvis Presley and Tupac Shakur.

    The process is meant to be a simple and fun way for kids to learn subjects such as world history, literature, poetry, art, music, science and vocabulary. Maybe PS4/XBOX machines might be donated or discounted to schools for these classes. More on the paper as it is fleshed out. Enjoy the simulations.

    Also for sentimental reasons, some fallen friends and family are on this team. Semper Fi. May you rest in peace.

    On the Indianapolis Colts

    Former Colt players, Marvin Harrison, Reggie Wayne, Dwight Freeney, Robert Mathis, Bob Sanders, Andrew Luck, T.Y. Hilton

    LT Paul McCartney, musician The Beatles
    LT Nelson Mandela, South African leader
    LG Jesus Christ, some folks Lord and Savior
    LG Ringo Starr, musician The Beatles
    C Charles Bukowski, poet
    C Muddy Waters, musician
    RG God
    RG Winston Churchill, English Prime Minister
    RT John Lennon, musician The Beatles
    RT George Harrison, musician The Beatles
    TE/DT Clay Brannon, boy wonder
    WR/DE Jeremiah Brewster, wonder boy

    DT Army, Jack Renforth (RIP), TE Paul Bantley (RIP), HB/LB G. Hulse, Army, HB J. Purkey, Navy, T.F., Marines, David Wood, Marines, Ian Betts, Navy

    More Colts players include Martin Luther King, Stephen Hawking, Albert Einstein, as well as characters from Star Trek…

    Jeanluc Picard, Cmndr Worf, Cmdr Data, James Kirk, Mr Spock, Jonathan Archer, Cmdr Tuvok, Geordi LaForge, Ben Sisko, etc.

  • The Importance of Properly Warming Up on the Trumpet

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    Chris Gekker describes a number of diverse approaches to warming up on the trumpet, and provides demonstrations of each.

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