Purcell: Dido & Aeneas – Jessye Norman

Purcell: Dido & Aeneas – Jessye Norman

Autores: Dido & Aeneas 1986 recording English Chamber Orchestra, Jessye Norman, Robert Aldwinckle, Della Jones, Thomas Allen, Adrian Beers, Patricia Kern, Elizabeth Gale
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Dido & Aeneas 1986 recording English Chamber Orchestra, Jessye Norman, Robert Aldwinckle, Della Jones, Thomas Allen, Adrian Beers, Patricia Kern, Elizabeth Gale 0:00 Dido and Aeneas – Overture 2:09 Dido and Aeneas / Act 1 – “Shake the cloud from off your brow” Marie McLaughlin 3:24 Dido and Aeneas / Act 1 – “Ah! Belinda, I am prest with torment” Jessye Norman 9:05 Dido and Aeneas / Act 1 – “Whence could so much virtue spring?” – “Fear no danger” Jessye Norman 12:36 Dido and Aeneas / Act 1 – “See, your Royal Guest” – “If not for mine” – “To the hills and the vales” – The Triumphing Dance Marie McLaughlin 17:59 Dido and Aeneas / Act 2 – Prelude for the witches English Chamber Orchestra 19:00 Dido and Aeneas / Act 2 – “Wayward sisters” – “But ere we this perform” Patricia Kern 23:58 Dido and Aeneas / Act 2 – “In our deep vaulted cell” – Echo Dance of the Furies English Chamber Orchestra Chorus 27:05 Dido and Aeneas / Act 2 – Ritornelle – “Thanks to these lonesome vales” Marie McLaughlin 29:50 Dido and Aeneas / Act 2 – “Oft she visits” – “Behold, upon my bending spear” Elizabeth Gale 33:15 Dido and Aeneas / Act 2 – “Stay, Prince” – “Jove’s commands shall be obey’d” Derek Lee Ragin 36:37 Dido and Aeneas / Act 3 – Prelude – “Come away, fellow sailors” Patrick Power 39:11 Dido and Aeneas / Act 3 – The sailor’s Dance – “See the flags” – “Destruction’sour delight” – The Witches’ Dance Patricia Kern 42:42 Dido and Aeneas / Act 3 – “Your counsel all is urged in vain” – “But death, alas” Jessye Norman 48:14 Dido and Aeneas / Act 3 – “Thy hand, Belinda…When I am laid in earth” Jessye Norman 53:38 Dido and Aeneas / Act 3 – “With drooping wings” English Chamber Orchestra Chorus

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Schoenberg – Complete String Quartets

Schoenberg – Complete String Quartets

Autor: Arnold Schoenberg (1874 – 1951) / Ensemble: Arditti Quartet
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Arnold Schoenberg (1874 – 1951) Ensemble: Arditti Quartet 00:00 Op. 7 – 1.Nicht zu rasch 13:18 Op. 7 – 2.Kräftig 26:30 Op. 7 – 3.Mäßig 38:24 Op. 7 – 4.Mäßig – heiter 46:13 Op. 10 – 1.Mässig 52:44 Op. 10 – 2.Sehr rasch 59:35 Op. 10 – 3.Litanei. Langsam 1:05:30 Op. 10 – 4.Entrückung. Sehr langsam 1:16:42 Op. 30 – 1.Moderato 1:25:18 Op. 30 – 2.Adagio 1:34:09 Op. 30 – 3.Intermezzo. Allegro moderato 1:41:02 Op. 30 – 4.Rondo. Molto moderato 1:47:13 Op. 37 – 1.Allegro molto, energico 1:55:45 Op. 37 – 2.Comodo 2:02:59 Op. 37 – 3.Largo 2:10:52 Op. 37 – 4.Allegro

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Hablemos de neurociencia

Hablemos de neurociencia

Autor: Hablemos de neurociencia
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El proyecto Hablemos de Neurociencia nace en verano del año 2015 de la mano de una estudiante de posgrado en Neuropsicología, Carla A. Carvalho Gómez; con el objetivo fundamental de acercar el amplio y complejo campo de la Neurociencia a todos los interesados, tanto a profesionales como no profesionales, tratando de ofrecer una nueva perspectiva: “DIVULGACIÓN CIENTÍFICA SIN LÍMITES”. Para ello, ofreceremos de manera diaria artículos divulgativos, con un lenguaje claro y conciso, apto para TODOS los públicos.

Además, nuestros visitantes tendrán la oportunidad de adquirir todo tipo de conocimientos a través de un abordaje MULTIDISCIPLINAR de la Neurociencia, bajo la óptica de la Neuropsicología, la Logopedia, la Psicología Clínica, la Terapia ocupacional e incluso la Fisioterapia.

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Celebrating the 117th birthday of the influential filmmaker and visual artist Oskar Fischinger

Celebrating the 117th birthday of the influential filmmaker and visual artist Oskar Fischinger

Creative Lead: Leon Hong
Via Google Doodle | June 22, 2017

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I first discovered Fischinger’s work in a college class on visual music. His films, most of which were made from the 1920s to 1940s, left me awed and puzzled — how could he make such magic without computers?

Film-Flip book, 1970. Courtesy of Angie Fischinger
Film-Flip book, 1970.
Courtesy of Angie Fischinger

In the world of design, Fischinger is a towering figure, especially in the areas of motion graphics and animation. He is best known for his ability to combine impeccably synchronized abstract visuals with musical accompaniment, each frame carefully drawn or photographed by hand. A master of motion and color, Fischinger spent months — sometimes years — planning and handcrafting his animations.

Outward Movement, 1948. Oil on canvas.
Outward Movement, 1948. Favorite painting of Angie Fischinger, Oskars youngest child.
Courtesy of Angie Fischinger

Although mostly known for his films, Fischinger was also a prolific painter, creating numerous works that capture the dramatic movement and feeling of his films within a single frame. Unsatisfied with traditional media, he also invented a contraption, the Lumigraph, for generating fantastic chromatic displays with hand movements — a sort of optical painting in motion and a precursor to the interactive media and multi-touch games of today.
Even with the advanced technology that now exists, emulating Fischinger’s work is an impossible task. His colors and motion are so carefully planned yet naturally playful, his timing so precise yet human. So today’s Doodle aims to pay homage to him, while allowing you to compose your own visual music. I hope it inspires you to seek out the magic of Fischinger for yourself.

— Leon Hong, Creative Lead

Click the image to activate the Doodle
Click the image to activate the Doodle

Special thanks to Angie Fischinger, Oskar’s youngest child, who played an integral role in making this project possible. Below, she shares some thoughts about her father’s work and life:

My parents were German immigrants. They were forced to leave Germany in 1936 when it became clear that my father could not pursue his work as a filmmaker there (avant-garde was considered degenerate by Hitler and his administration). But many people who had already seen his films recognized his greatness. He received an offer to work at MGM and stayed in Hollywood after the war.

My father was incredibly dedicated to his art — some even called him stubborn. His passion and honesty were part of his brilliance, but they could also make him a bit difficult to work with. Sometimes our family struggled financially as a result, so everybody pitched in — the kids got paper routes or did babysitting. We were raised in a healthy, hard-working environment. We were happy, intellectually stimulated, and dedicated to education. Thanks to my family’s support and encouragement, I graduated from San Jose State and taught in the public school system for 30 years.

I feel incredibly proud of my family and am delighted to be the daughter of Oskar and Elfriede Fischinger. It means so much to me to see this celebration of my father’s art. It’s wonderful to know that his work, which has been steadily praised since the 1920s, will continue to receive worldwide recognition.

Production

  • Leon HongCreative Lead
  • Kris HomEngineer
  • Brian MurrayEngineer
  • My-Linh LeProducer & Proj Manager

Doodle Support

  • Perla CamposMarketing & Proj Support
  • Marci WindsheimerBlog Editor

Preset Composers

  • Local Natives
  • Nick Zammuto
  • TOKiMONSTA

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