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  1. 6.01: Actual Luddites ◦ Winning Slowly

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    occasional composer. He lives with his family in Colorado.

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    digital media scholar and professor,

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    https://winningslowly.org/6.01/

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  2. BAM podcast: Philip Glass’ Etudes

    In the inaugural episode of the BAM podcast, Philip Glass and nine world-renowned pianists discuss his piano etudes and what makes them so remarkable and challenging to perform.

    Glass, along with fellow composers Timo Andres, Anton Batagov, Tania Leon, and Nico Muhly; new music champion Bruce Levingston; loyal Glass interpreters Maki Namekawa and Sally Whitwell; jazz prodigy Aaron Diehl; and classical virtuoso Jenny Lin performed the etudes in a concert produced by Linda Brumbach and Pomegranate Arts during the BAM Next Wave Festival on December 5 and 6, 2014.

    For more information, visit http://BAM.org/Etudes


    There were a number of special events and commissions that facilitated the composition of the Etudes by Philip Glass. The original set of six were composed for Dennis Russell Davies on the occasion of his 50th birthday in 1994. These Etudes were later renumbered as Nos. 2, 3, 4, 5, 9 and 10. Etude 6 was commissioned in 1994 by WNYC for John Schaefer’s new music program under the original title ‘Now So Long After That Time.’ Etude 7 was commissioned by the Sydney Festival in 1996. Etudes 12 and 13 were commissioned by Bruce Levingston in 2007 and premiered in New York at Lincoln Center’s Alice Tully Hall. Etude 17 was commissioned for the 25th Anniversary of the Menil Collection in Houston, TX, and premiered in 2012. The final …

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    Original video: https://soundcloud.com/bamorg/bam-podcast-philip-glass-etudes
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  3. The Florida Episode

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  4. BAM podcast: Philip Glass’ Etudes

    In the inaugural episode of the BAM podcast, Philip Glass and nine world-renowned pianists discuss his piano etudes and what makes them so remarkable and challenging to perform.

    Glass, along with fellow composers Timo Andres, Anton Batagov, Tania Leon, and Nico Muhly; new music champion Bruce Levingston; loyal Glass interpreters Maki Namekawa and Sally Whitwell; jazz prodigy Aaron Diehl; and classical virtuoso Jenny Lin performed the etudes in a concert produced by Linda Brumbach and Pomegranate Arts during the BAM Next Wave Festival on December 5 and 6, 2014.

    For more information, visit BAM.org/Etudes


    There were a number of special events and commissions that facilitated the composition of the Etudes by Philip Glass. The original set of six were composed for Dennis Russell Davies on the occasion of his 50th birthday in 1994. These Etudes were later renumbered as Nos. 2, 3, 4, 5, 9 and 10. Etude 6 was commissioned in 1994 by WNYC for John Schaefer’s new music program under the original title ‘Now So Long After That Time.’ Etude 7 was commissioned by the Sydney Festival in 1996. Etudes 12 and 13 were commissioned by Bruce Levingston in 2007 and premiered in New York at Lincoln Center’s Alice Tully Hall. Etude 17 was commissioned for the 25th Anniversary of the Menil Collection in Houston, TX, and premiered in 2012. The final three works, Etudes 18, 19 and 20, were commissioned by the Perth Festival in 2012 in honor of Glass’s 75th birthday, and premiered on February 16, 2013.


    This podcast was produced by Michael Simon Johnson, Claire Frisbie, Rachel Katwan, and Nick Schwartz-Hall. The music you hear throughout the podcast was recorded at BAM on December 5, 2015 by the pianists listed above, engineered by Dan Bora. Special thanks to Linda Brumbach and Alisa Regas and everyone at Pomegranate Arts.


    MANAGEMENT FOR THE LIVE PERFORMANCE OF THE ETUDES AT BAM: Lighting Assistant Ben Ehrenreich Stage Manager Jason Kaiser Live Sound Mix Dan Bora Assistant to Philip Glass Jim Woodard Page-turner Tobe Tsuchiya

    Philip Glass’ The Etudes is produced and represented by Pomegranate Arts: pomegranatearts.com info@pomarts.com Founder and President Linda Brumbach Managing Director, Creative Alisa E. Regas Managing Director, Operations Kaleb Kilkenny Associate General Manager Linsey Bostwick Company Management Associate Katie Ichtertz Office Manager Susannah Gruder Production Interns Sebastian Lambertz, Annie Moorhead

    Philip Glass is managed and published by Dunvagen Music Publishers Inc.: philipglass.com info@dunvagen.com Director Jim Keller Licensing Coordinator Drew Smith

    Release date: 22 February 2015

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  5. WolfGANG: Ryan Lott (Son Lux) | NACOCast - NAC Podcasts | National Arts Centre

    NACOcast with Nicholas Atkinson

    Join host Nicholas Atkinson (principal tuba, NAC Orchestra) as he explores the world of orchestral music and its great composers. In this series of 30 minute audio programmes you can look forward to hearing insightful commentary about upcoming NAC Orchestra programmes as well as musical excerpts and interviews with NACO musicians and guest artists.

    Host

    Nick Atkinson

    Principal Tuba, NAC Orchestra

    http://nac-cna.ca/en/podcasts/nacocast/wolfgang-ryan-lott-son-lux

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  6. Mere Fidelity - What adoption is and isn’t.

    https://soundcloud.com/mere-fidelity/adoption

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  7. For A More Ordered Life, Organize Like A Chef : The Salt : NPR

    The French phrase mise-en-place means to gather and arrange the ingredients and tools needed for cooking. But for many culinary professionals, its organizing principles are also a way of life.

    http://www.npr.org/blogs/thesalt/2014/08/11/338850091/for-a-more-ordered-life-organize-like-a-chef

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  8. Episode #1: The Boston Globe

    When you really start to think about it, responsive web design is just technology. It’s just web design. But all the ways that it causes all these other conversations to happen is really fascinating.

    http://responsivewebdesign.com/podcast/

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    Tagged with web design

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  9. How GitHub Scaled Past Dunbar’s Number without Losing their Culture

    Zach Holman, one of the first engineers at GitHub talks about how their culture and process have changed as they’ve grown from about 10 employees to over 250, (about 2/3 or which are remote). He details which bits of process were necessary and helped them scale as well as which aspects of their culture they’ve fought successfully to defend over the years.

    Huffduffed from http://rocketship.fm/podcast/ep-57-zach-holman/

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  10. Idle Thumbs > Shows > Three Moves Ahead > Episodes > Revising History

    July 3, 2014 Jon Shafer returns to the show to talk with Rob and Troy about revisionist history. Everyone thinks the Spanish Conquistadors were jerks, but let’s not forget the behavior of the waffling Belgians. Also, where are all the World War I games?

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