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  1. Tinnitus Cure In 5-10Minutes Most Powerful Tinnitus Sound Therapy Binaural Beats Music For Treatment

    Tinnitus Cure In 5-10Minutes Most Powerful Tinnitus Sound Therapy Binaural Beats Music For Treatment by 1989 sound wave

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    Tinnitus is usually described as a ringing in the ears, but it can also sound like clicking, hissing, roaring, or buzzing. … There is no cure for tinnitus. However, it can be temporary or persistant, mild or severe, gradual or instant. The goal of treatment is to help you manage your perception of the sound in your head.

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  2. Beethoven: Sonata No.21 in C Major, “Waldstein” (Pletnev)

    This is one of Beethoven’s most important works, often classed with the Appassionata and Les Aideux as one of the great sonatas of his middle period. There is too much to say about the structural/harmonic innovations of this piece, but I suppose the most notable features about it are the extended modulation to the mediant (E major) in the first movement (the same modulation also features prominently in one of the most important late sonatas, the Hammerklavier), the linking of the first movement’s 1st and 2nd themes via a 5-note falling motif, and the daring (not to say virtuosic) textures of the final rondo.

    Movement I: 00:00 Movement II: 10:30 Movement III: 14:14*

    Pletnev’s performance is incredibly lively and buoyant — check out the Rondo, where he thankfully avoids the overpedaling that even other great pianists end up doing (Beethoven’s long sustained pedal marks, which ignore changes of harmony, were appropriate on the dry instruments of his time, but are clearly out of place on the modern grand, with its rich sonorities and lush sustaining pedal.) It’s always nice to hear a performance of a Beethoven sonata that its not wearingly overserious, and is willing to pull on the structure a bit to emphasise "in-the-moment" textures (see 20:40) — although by any measure this is a very serious perfo…

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  3. Glenn Gould plays Bach - The Goldberg Variations, BMV 998 (Zenph re-performance)

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    Glenn Gould’s debut album of Bach’s Goldberg Variations was recorded in June 1955. The Columbia LP quickly became one of the most revered piano recordings ever made and Gould became the most famous classical artist of the day. His exciting, unorthodox new way of playing Bach left listeners awestruck and critics around the world hailing him as a genius. But until recently this iconic album was limited by the dated recording technology of its time.

    On September 25, 2006, history was made again. Zenph Studios recorded its debut re-performance® to standing ovations in the CBC’s famed Glenn Gould Studio in Toronto. The date would have been Glenn Gould’s 74th birthday, and what a gift Zenph created to give his fans.

    The Zenph re-performance is a revelation in its clarity, depth, and vibrancy. Gould seems to play at an almost inhuman speed and yet with complete accuracy. The 30 variations dazzle the listener with their inventiveness and variety. As music historian and Gould biographer Kevin Bazzana writes in the CD’s liner notes, "Here, albeit with his trademark vocalizing no longer accompanying the performance, Gould’s musical personality is unquestionably present…"

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  4. Nassim Nicholas Taleb on the Pandemic

    Nassim Nicholas Taleb talks about the pandemic with EconTalk host Russ Roberts. Topics discussed include how to handle the rest of this pandemic and the next one, the power of the mask, geronticide, and soul in the game. For transcript and links related to today’s episode:

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  5. MFF Collective // This Town

    New Antique Records proudly presents… ‘This Town’ by MFF Collective. The free digital download also includes a B-Side ‘Rise’ Available to download free here:

    MFF is a Belgian music project: the collective creates both alternative, experimental, post-rock, ambient music and atmospheric soundscapes for theatre, performances, installations & films.

    Bram Ollieuz: guitar, bass guitar

    Elien De Schryver: violin, piano, voice

    Merijn De Schryver: electronics, samples

    Pieter Dedoncker: drums, glockenspiel

    Slow Smith Baker: voice, saxophone

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  6. David Byrne:Good News & Sleeping Beauties - The Long Now

    David Byrne is a Scottish-American singer, songwriter, musician, record producer, artist, actor, writer and filmmaker who was a founding member, principal songwriter and lead singer and guitarist of the American new wave band Talking Heads.

    Byrne has released solo recordings and worked with various media including film, photography, opera, fiction, and non-fiction. He has received Academy, Grammy, and Golden Globe Awards, and has been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. (Bio courtesy of Wikipedia)

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    David Byrne has become a scholar and promoter of new good ideas that work in the world.

    He finds them in health, education, culture, economics, climate, science & technology, transportation, and civic engagement. He has great examples and great slides—as you might expect from an acclaimed visual as well as musical artist. His goal is to spread the word that there are a LOT of new things that work surprisingly well, and they can be applied far and wide.

    He has also delved into history for “sleeping beauties”—brilliant ideas that got overlooked or forgotten but can be revived. He’s interested in how that rediscovery process works and can be made better.

    Now 67, David Byrne’s prolific artistic career has earned honors including the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and Grammy, Golden Globe, and Academy Awards. Most famed for his new-wave band “Talking Heads” (1975-1991), Byrne continues to perform on the road and has made numerous films, books, and graphic art works. He frequently collaborates with Long Now board member Brian Eno.

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  7. Träd, Gräs och Stenar - Träd, Gräs och Stenar (1970) Full Album

    Träd, Gräs och Stenar ("Trees, Grass and Stones") is a Swedish rock band formed in 1969, from previous incarnations Pärson Sound, International Harvester and Harvester. The group was one of the front acts of the Swedish progg scene, although noticeably less political than their contemporary counterparts. Their sound has been described as raw, psych rock jam, by the writer David Pescovitz, who also notes the band would invite their audiences to improvise and collaborate.

    1. All Along The Watchtower
    2. I Can’t Get No Satisfaction
    3. Sanningens Silverflod
    4. Tegenborgsvalsen
    5. All Makt At Folket
    6. Svarta Parla

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    "TRÄD, GRÄS OCH STENAR evolved in 1969 from the bands PÄRSON SOUND (1967), INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER (1968) and HARVESTER (1969), which were all playing important role in the Swedish experimental rock scene. The first line-up of TRÄD, GRÄS OCH STENAR concisted from Bo Anders PERSSON (gtr, voc), Arne ERICSSON (kb), Torbjörn ABELLI (bs) and Thomas GARTZ (dr, voc).

    The group had concerts in small Swedish towns with loud voice and psychedelic visual shows, focusing on improvisational, minimalist and trance-oriented performances, which soon granted them a cult status. Their music resemble…

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  8. Leo Chadburn - ANTICLOCK (2019)

    An exploration of the ambiguities of clock time, numbers, mind control, musical ‘machines’, extra-terrestrial communication and dog behaviour, with speaking metronomes that the ensemble alternately obeys or counteracts. Written in thirteen one-minute long movements, which fluctuate between the exuberant and the sinister without warning:

    1. "ENTRY"
    2. "ACCELERATE" (1:24)
    3. "ZEE" (2:10)
    4. "VOICELESS" (3:17)
    5. "NON-RISSET" (4:06)
    6. "DOG" (5:26)
    7. "REALCLOCK" (6:16)
    8. "OFF (DJ SENSIBILITIES)" (7:06)
    9. "SERIES" (7:51)
    10. "VOICED" (9:11)
    11. "DICHOTOMIES” (10:28)
    12. "PRINT-THROUGH" (11:52)
    13. "DECCELERATE" (12:48)

    Commissioned by Decibel, premiered by them at Cafe Oto, London, 1st April 2019.

    Video: Performance at The Lab, Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, 2nd April 2019.

    Decibel: Mira Benjamin (violin), Michelle Holloway (recorders), Jack McNeill (bass clarinet), Neil McGovern (baritone sax), Martyn Sanderson (trombone), Eliza McCarthy (piano), Merlin Jones (percussion), Paul Norman (electric guitar), Sebastiano Dessanay (bass), Ed Bennett (electronics).

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