Monday, August 22, 2011

Music-Muse MONDAY--PAINTING SOUNDSCAPES



"Music-Muse"
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HER WEBSITE

A VISIT TO NPR's RADIO LAB
Jad Abumrad and Robert Krulwich, host of WNYC's 'Radiolab',
join avant-cellist Zoë Keating
for a three part elucidation of the creative process
1. Fireflies Moment
2. Sonic Landscape on the Cello
"The Sun Will Set"

 3. A music psychologist riffs on "loops". or
"how a word- phrase can become a song-sound".
The Cello then plays a piece to illustrate a similar point.
Then some interesting questions from the audience,
and one more cello composition to end
"Optimist".

1 Hour and 20 Minutes

For more about WNYC's Radiolab,
visit
http://radiolab.org




10 comments:

deanna7trees said...

can't imagine life without NPR. don't listen to music as much as in the past. decided to float musical notes throughout my magic diaries quilt. i think the beasts will like it.

Ms. ∆×∆p×≥h/4π said...

Me too Deanna. Have you ever caught Radio Lab? I just love that show. Ha! musical beasts, who knew.

jude said...

loops. now that's a spark for me....

grace Forrest~Maestas said...

Michelle...i can not tell you
how MUCH this means to me...i'd
heard her before but lost the
info...
different parts of my life have had
"a soundtrack"...certain music i
will play over and over, and only
that music,
thank you so much for the soundtrack to these days now....

Ms. ∆×∆p×≥h/4π said...

Hey Jude
loops are looping aren't they....over and over.....one stitch at a time...and the days looping along from dawn to dusk....a sort of comfort....a familiar. Hmmmmmmm, Ha!

Dear Grace
So glad this musician made you glad. I am constantly losing and finding what was lost. The magic of re-emergence like a loop in my life..."Oh, there it is again" moments that renew the memory of what one already knew!

grace Forrest~Maestas said...

just to reiterate
tonight i
danced
here, alone, the dogs watching
to the free download
of Optimist
what Joy
more thanks again

Ms. ∆×∆p×≥h/4π said...

Hey Grace, it's 10:56 PM here...what time is it there?.......wish I had been with you and the dogs dancing too. It's so nice to know that something you post makes someone happy, but I think you know that.

grace Forrest~Maestas said...

yes, i do know that.
and yes. yes, it DID.

it's 2 hours difference. i am
usually asleep but because of the
dancing, i'm wide awake.

Ms. ∆×∆p×≥h/4π said...

You mean it's 2 when it's 1AM here or it's 11PM when it's 1AM here? Direction matters. Meanwhile, I, and other nighthawks ate still trolling the web, bleary eyed and wanting country roads and quiet nights of silent stars, or the sound of wind through the forest.

nandas said...

michelle.. i love zoe keating... have her music and sometimes listen while drifting off. when its midnight in new york it 10 in grace's n.m. and 11 in portland or. its hard to keep the time thing in my head too! and thanks for alerting me to the radio lab.... i love those guys i get their podcasts. when i have time i will listen.