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Archive for 17. November 2019

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From the late Sixties through his retirement in 2009, drummer Bill Bruford played progressive rock in stadiums, jazz in small clubs, and just about everything in between. During a recent conversation with Rolling Stone — touching on his work with Yes, King Crimson, his own band Earthworks, and more — Bruford mentioned in passing that he’d like to compile a list of some of his favorite moments from his vast recorded legacy, spotlighting not just his own contributions but the music as a whole. We invited him to take on the project, and the results are what follows, with Bruford’s own annotations…

https://radio.friendsofalan.de/rolling-stone-bill-bruford-yes-king-crimson-and-earthworks-12-career-highlights/

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The Belgian choreographer Anne Teresa de Keersmaeker launched her company, Rosas, in 1983, and won immediate attention for her musicality and her austere, pure dance minimalism. Fase, her first piece, used repetition to almost hallucinatory effect, as she and another female dancer whirled and spun in interlocking patterns to a shimmering score by Steve Reich. Fase was followed the same year by Rosas Danst Rosas, which applied the same repetitive, minimalist style to music by Thierry de May and Peter Vermeersch… – ubu.com

 

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Die Menschheit ist nur ein verschwindend geringer Teil des Universums und bei weitem nicht so einzigartig wie wir denken. Von den unendlichen Weiten des Universums bis zu mikroskopisch kleinen Einheiten, von den Ökosystemen der Erde zum menschlichen Körper, macht jede Episode dieser Animationsserie Dinge begreiflich, die unsere Vorstellungskraft sprengen. Denn der Mensch ist nicht der Nabel der Welt.- ARTE

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