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  • Acompáñanos un rato a conversar sobre el mundo del vino, los licores y las cervezas artesanales, con entrevistas a expertos en la industria, pareos inesperados, gastronomía, literatura, música, entre otros. Visitaremos estos temas mientras lo acompañamos de bebidas increíbles que encuentras en las tiendas de The House y www.thehousetoyou.com

  • Hier spricht Dein Gemeinwohl-Bioladen. Wir sind ein Team von Menschen aus dem LernSINN erlebBAR e.V. und dem WIR GEMEINSAM NACHBARSCHAFT Berlin-Brandenburg e.V., die sich gemeinsam auf den Weg gemacht haben ein gemeinwohl-basiertes Wirtschaften ins Leben zu bringen.

  • Life can change in an instant. So let's make every second matter.

    Welcome to Unwined Live, a peek inside the unpredictable, but fascinating lives and growth strategies of industry leaders and innovators, locally and around the world. Grab your favorite glass of vino and tune into the conversation with your host - entrepreneur, travel and wine expert, Roger Bissell.

  • Where to eat, what to drink, and what to do in Austin, Texas and beyond!

  • Die Artist factory ist ein Podcast von komo.one und hat das Ziel allen movement Künstlern dabei zu helfen Ihre Passion zu Ihrem Beruf zu machen, um ein selbstbestimmtes Leben zu führen.
    Unsere Mission Statement ist die größte Deutsche Movement Künstler Community aufzubauen.
    Wir wollen das dieser Bereich wächst und das mehr Menschen von unserer liebe zu Bewegung erfahren.
    Unterstütze uns dabei in dem du dir die Show einfach anhörst teil der community wirst.

  • Matteo Collettini, Klassikredakteur bei ORF III, stellt Folge für Folge wichtige Werke der Musikgeschichte sowie bekannte und interessante Persönlichkeiten der Musikwelt in den Mittelpunkt. Ausschnitte aus Konzert- und Operneinspielungen dürfen dabei ebenso wenig fehlen, wie neue, kuriose und interessante Anekdoten aus der Welt der Klassik. Betrachten Sie Ihr Lieblingswerk, Ihren Lieblingskomponisten oder Ihre Lieblingskomponistin aus einer neuen Perspektive und fügen Sie vielleicht Ihrer Playlist neue Schätze hinzu!

  • In this in-depth podcast, we explore the enigmatic world of Lana Del Rey, the influential singer-songwriter known for her cinematic sound, haunting lyrics, and unique blend of vintage Americana and modern pop. We delve into her early life, musical beginnings, and rise to stardom, as well as her distinctive artistic style, cultural impact, and the controversies surrounding her work. Through this comprehensive examination of Lana Del Rey's career, we uncover the essence of her enduring appeal and her significant contributions to the music industry and popular culture.

  • Welcome to 'Behind the Red Curtain,’ a podcast created by theatre geeks for theatre geeks.

  • Podcast guiding the emerging motion designer on their path to becoming an everyday motion designer.

  • Charlie Parker, affectionately known as "Bird" or "Yardbird," was a revolutionary American jazz saxophonist and composer who left an indelible mark on the world of music. Born on August 29, 1920, in Kansas City, Kansas, Parker's life was a tumultuous journey filled with incredible highs and devastating lows, ultimately cut short by his untimely death at the age of 34. Despite his brief life, Parker's innovative approach to jazz improvisation and composition forever changed the landscape of the genre, earning him a place among the most influential musicians of the 20th century.
    Early Life and Musical Beginnings
    Charlie Parker's early life was shaped by the vibrant jazz scene of Kansas City, Missouri, where his family moved when he was seven years old. Growing up in a city known for its thriving music culture, Parker was exposed to the sounds of jazz from a young age. His mother, Addie, worked as a charwoman, while his father, Charles Sr., was a vaudeville performer and later a Pullman waiter. Although his father was often absent due to his work, Parker's mother encouraged her son's interest in music.
    At the age of 11, Parker began playing the alto saxophone, a gift from his mother. He quickly developed a passion for the instrument and spent countless hours practicing and honing his skills. Parker's early musical education was largely self-directed, as he learned by listening to records and attending live performances at local clubs. He was particularly influenced by the blues and the jazz styles of Kansas City, which emphasized a strong rhythm section and improvisation.
    As a teenager, Parker began performing professionally with local bands, including the band of pianist Jay McShann. It was during this time that he acquired the nickname "Yardbird," which was later shortened to "Bird." The origin of the nickname is unclear, but it is believed to have stemmed from Parker's love of eating chicken or from his tendency to "flock" like a bird from one gig to another.
    The Birth of Bebop
    In the early 1940s, Parker moved to New York City, where he became a central figure in the development of bebop, a new style of jazz that emphasized fast tempos, complex harmonies, and virtuosic improvisation. Along with fellow innovators such as Dizzy Gillespie, Thelonious Monk, and Bud Powell, Parker helped to create a sound that was distinct from the swing music of the previous decade.
    Bebop was characterized by its departure from the structured arrangements and danceable rhythms of swing. Instead, it focused on extended improvisations, often based on the underlying chord progressions of popular songs. Parker's approach to improvisation was groundbreaking, as he played with a speed, dexterity, and harmonic complexity that had never been heard before. His solos were marked by a seamless flow of ideas, with each phrase building upon the last in a logical and melodic progression.
    One of Parker's most significant contributions to bebop was his use of "playing the changes," a technique in which the soloist improvises melodic lines that outline the chord progressions of a song. This approach allowed for greater harmonic freedom and creativity, as the soloist was no longer bound by the original melody of the tune. Parker's mastery of this technique, combined with his incredible technical facility on the alto saxophone, made him one of the most influential and imitated musicians of his generation.
    Collaborations and Recordings
    Throughout the 1940s and early 1950s, Parker collaborated with many of the leading jazz musicians of the day, including Dizzy Gillespie, Miles Davis, Max Roach, and Charles Mingus. These collaborations resulted in some of the most iconic recordings in jazz history, including "Ko-Ko," "Now's the Time," and "Parker's Mood."
    One of Parker's most famous collaborations was with trumpeter Dizzy Gillespie. The two musicians first met in 1940 and quickly developed a close musical partnership. Together, they recorded a series of groundbreaking albums, including "Bird and Diz" and "Jazz at Massey Hall," which featured Parker and Gillespie playing with a group of all-star musicians, including Bud Powell, Charles Mingus, and Max Roach.
    Another significant collaboration in Parker's career was with trumpeter Miles Davis. In 1945, Parker and Davis recorded a series of sessions for the Savoy label, which resulted in some of the most influential recordings in jazz history. These sessions, which included songs such as "Billie's Bounce" and "Now's the Time," showcased Parker's virtuosic playing and helped to establish Davis as a leading figure in the jazz world.
    In addition to his work as a sideman, Parker also led his own groups and recorded extensively as a leader. His 1945 recording of "Ko-Ko," based on the chord changes of the song "Cherokee," is considered a masterpiece of bebop and a showcase for Parker's incredible improvisational skills. Other notable recordings by Parker as a leader include "Ornithology," "Yardbird Suite," and "Relaxin' at Camarillo."
    Personal Struggles and Decline
    Despite his musical genius, Parker's personal life was plagued by addiction, mental health issues, and financial instability. He began using heroin in the early 1940s and struggled with addiction for the rest of his life. Parker's drug use often interfered with his music, leading to missed gigs, erratic behavior, and even arrests.
    In addition to his drug addiction, Parker also struggled with mental health issues, including depression and schizophrenia. He was hospitalized several times throughout his life and underwent electroshock therapy in an attempt to treat his condition. Parker's mental health struggles were likely exacerbated by the pressures of fame, the grueling schedule of touring and recording, and the racism and discrimination he faced as a black musician in mid-20th century America.
    Parker's personal struggles took a toll on his relationships and his financial stability. He was married four times and had several children, but his addiction and erratic behavior often strained his family life. Despite his success as a musician, Parker often found himself in financial difficulty, as he was known for his generous nature and his tendency to spend money on drugs and other vices.
    Legacy and Influence
    Charlie Parker's impact on the world of jazz cannot be overstated. His innovations in improvisation, composition, and harmonic language laid the foundation for the development of modern jazz and inspired countless musicians who followed in his footsteps. Parker's music continues to be studied, analyzed, and celebrated by jazz enthusiasts and musicians around the world.
    One of Parker's most significant legacies was his influence on the generation of jazz musicians who came of age in the 1950s and 1960s. Many of these musicians, including John Coltrane, Sonny Rollins, and Cannonball Adderley, cited Parker as a major influence on their playing and credited him with opening up new possibilities for improvisation and expression on the saxophone.
    Parker's influence also extended beyond the world of jazz, as his music helped to shape the sound of popular music in the mid-20th century. His fast tempos, complex harmonies, and virtuosic solos can be heard in the work of rock and roll pioneers such as Chuck Berry and Little Richard, as well as in the music of R&B and soul artists like Ray Charles and James Brown.
    In addition to his musical legacy, Parker's life story has become a symbol of the struggles and triumphs of African American musicians in the 20th century. His battles with addiction, mental illness, and discrimination have been the subject of numerous books, films, and documentaries, and his perseverance in the face of adversity has inspired generations of artists and activists.
    Posthumous Recognition and Honors
    Since his death in 1955, Charlie Parker has been the recipient of numerous posthumous honors and awards. In 1974, he was inducted into the Down Beat Jazz Hall of Fame, and in 1984, he was awarded a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award. In 1988, the U.S. Postal Service issued a commemorative stamp featuring Parker's image, and in 1995, the Kennedy Center honored him as a jazz master.
    In addition to these formal honors, Parker's music has been celebrated and reinterpreted by countless musicians in the decades since his death. His compositions, such as "Ornithology" and "Yardbird Suite," have become jazz standards and are regularly performed by artists around the world. In recent years, there has also been a resurgence of interest in Parker's life and legacy, with new biographies, documentaries, and tribute albums helping to introduce his music to a new generation of listeners.
    The Complexity and Contradictions of Charlie Parker
    Despite the reverence and admiration that Charlie Parker has received in the years since his death, it is important to acknowledge the complexity and contradictions of his life and legacy. Parker was a deeply flawed individual who struggled with addiction, mental illness, and personal demons throughout his life. His behavior could be erratic and self-destructive, and he often caused pain and suffering to those closest to him.
    At the same time, Parker was a musical genius whose innovations and artistry continue to inspire and influence musicians around the world. His ability to express the full range of human emotions through his playing, from joy and exuberance to pain and despair, was unparalleled, and his contributions to the development of jazz as an art form cannot be overstated.
    In many ways, the complexity and contradictions of Charlie Parker's life mirror the complexity and contradictions of the African American experience in the 20th century. Parker's struggles with addiction and mental illness were not unique to him but were all too commo

  • Though Taylor Swift and Beyoncé have long faced rumors of rivalry, recent interactions signal growing bonds between pop music's reigning icons. Swift gleefully attended Beyoncé's December 1st London premiere for new concert film "RENAISSANCE," praising Beyoncé's artistic influence and "generosity of spirit." The supportive appearance follows Swift and Beyoncé exchanging admiration in recent years, like Swift dancing to Beyoncé’s 2016 VMA performance. Past incidents stoked rivalry rumors, from Beyoncé fans critiquing Swift’s take on Nicki Minaj to perceived lyrical digs. However, mutual respect for one another’s success now overrides past perceived shade. With their tremendous careers intertwining more lately, continued creative domination could pave way for new heights should they ever collaborate. For now, Swift and Beyoncé’s strengthened connection suggests possibilities ahead for pop’s most powerful pairing.

  • Künstler:innen im Dialog ist eine Interview-Reihe der Künstlerplattform Kontrapost. Your art. Your exhibit.
    Hier spreche ich mit Künstler:innen verschiedener Gattungen.

  • Host Brody Otway interviews guests about whatever they consider themselves a fan of, and they're personal experiences and opinions on the topic. From fantasy football to fantasy books.

    Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

  • Kunststreifzüge mit Anna Baar. Die Autorin erzählt von Menschen und Künsten, die ihre ästhetische Welterschließung geprägt haben. Versammelt werden literarische Beiträge zu Gesehenem, Gehörtem und Gelesenem, aber auch Anekdoten mitunter kurioser Begegnungen. "Fragte man mich nach der Herkunft, ich sagte: Ich komme von Schubert, Cave, Cohen und so weiter …"

  • Wolf Theiss Arbeitsrecht Podcast - Rechtliche Update für Österreich: Analyse aktueller und interessanter Fragen des Arbeitsrechts in Österreich von einer der führenden Kanzleien in Mittel-, Ost- und Südosteuropa. Bitte besuchen Sie unsere Website, um auf unser Impressum und unsere Datenschutzbestimmungen zuzugreifen: www.wolftheiss.com.

  • Für die vorliegende Podcast-Reihe «Künstler:innen im Gespräch» lud Dagmar Frick-Islitzer 30 Künstler:innen aller Sparten und aus allen deutschsprachigen Ländern zu einem Künstlergespräch ein. Die Künstler:innen bekamen eine Übersicht mit 30 künstlerischen Fähigkeiten und Haltungen, aus der sie sich einen Begriff als Schwerpunkt auswählen durften. Mit ihren Gesprächspartner:innen vertiefte Dagmar Frick-Islitzer Themen wie Offenheit, Inspiration, Vorstellungsvermögen, Improvisation, Ausdauer, Perspektivwechsel, Mut oder Unabhängigkeit.

    Die vorliegenden Podcasts geben Einblicke in unterschiedlichstes künstlerisches Schaffen und beinhalten einen Reichtum an Einstellungen und Herangehensweisen zu ihrer Arbeit. Folgen Sie Ihrer Intuition und wählen Sie aus einer breiten Palette an Gesprächen. Tauchen Sie ein in die Welt von Künstler:innen und hören Sie ihre Erzählungen und Erfahrungen, die sie mit Ihnen teilen.

  • We are a group of students who are entitled to educate the public about the basics of photography in the country. This website specifically will give you the basics, the fun facts, business insiders,s and dangerous moves about photography. We as a group have deemed it a great opportunity to give out knowledge concerning photography to the public, so if you find yourself on our podcast, make sure to enrich your knowledge with our education and share it with your loved ones.

  • A look back at contemporary art photography in the mid/late aughts hosted by Matthew Porter. Hear about the transition from film to digital, the rise of the cell phone camera, and the endless handwringing over the rise of social media. Also, sometimes it's just a couple of artists talking about the old days...