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1. Skrillex-Cinema Remix

Skrillex-Cinema Remix

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2. Mortier plays Poet & Peasant Overture

  • Published: 2018-04-29T11:50:58Z
  • By leach55
Mortier plays Poet & Peasant Overture

taken from a large batch of open reel tapes, i am restoring and mastering up for radio use. Dont know what Mortier this is

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3. Street Organ "De Jonker" plays Franz von Suppé's "Poet and Peasant" Overture

Street Organ

72key Street Organ "De Jonker" plays Franz von Suppé's "Poet and Peasant" Overture

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4. "Something Wicked This Way Plays" ~ Poet Girl Em

"Something Wicked This Way Plays" ~ Written and recorded by Poet Girl Em 5.14.16

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5. He Plays A Song For Me

  • Published: 2011-06-15T06:46:42Z
  • By Soultrē
He Plays A Song For Me

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6. Roger Betts plays guitar: Khachaturian's Sabre Dance

  • Published: 2010-12-19T13:26:51Z
  • By Poet Fox
Roger Betts plays guitar: Khachaturian's Sabre Dance

Roger Betts plays his own guitar adaptation of Khachaturian's Sabre Dance

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8. Santa Barbara's new poet laureate shares her words

  • Published: 2015-04-21T16:42:16Z
  • By KCRW
Santa Barbara's new poet laureate shares her words

In honor of National Poetry Month, the Mayor of Santa Barbara announced the city’s new poet laureate. Sojourner Kincaid Rolle has been a fixture in Santa Barbara for quite some time. She's written seven books and six plays, and has been leading poetry workshops since 1992. We asked Sojourner to stop by our studio last week and share a poem or two. Photo: Rod Rolle

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9. The Poet Stumbles upon a Buddha...

The Poet Stumbles upon a Buddha...

The Poet Stumbles upon a Buddha in Gamelands 158 above Tipton, PA is one of six songs of Davis Settings, a song cycle for bass voice and piano, written in the summer of 2013 in both Fullerton, California and Hollidaysburg, Pennsylvania. This song lasts just under 3 minutes, where the whole work lasts about 23 minutes. It was part of a larger project in which I wrote four song cycles, one for each voice type, to be premiered on the same concert in 2014 in Altoona Pennsylvania. The four poets in the project were all on the faculty at Penn State Altoona. I made sure to visit the local sites about which Todd Fleming Davis wrote and get first-hand knowledge of the Pennsylvania flora that populates so much of his work (“Jack in the Pulpit”, “Black Oak”, etc) and Tipton is a 20-minute drive. I had known well the sound of James White’s voice in a baritone role, but he asked that I include the lowest notes of his (also my) range as we rarely hear these in the art song literature. In order to write something more meaningful to the ordained minister White, I included some of Davis’ poems with spiritual references. Asa Carnes plays piano during the premiere in April of 2014.

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10. Poet

  • Published: 2012-06-05T08:18:37Z
  • By QDM
Poet

this is the second version of poet vs ty for my homie .. upon request ... 200 plays will make it free for download

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11. Poet Extraordinaire, Regie Cabico on the Wednesday Morning After on CKUT Radio

Poet Extraordinaire, Regie Cabico on the Wednesday Morning After on CKUT Radio

Regie Cabico threw down some incredible poems at seven in the morning on CKUT's Wednesday Morning After program. He also shared his views on poetry as a dangerous art form and how he has carved out a living for himself in the almost impossible field of poetry. Regie Cabico is a poet and spoken word pioneer, who won the Nuyorican Poets Café Grand Slam in 1993. Television appearances include two seasons on HBO’s “Def Poetry Jam.” His work appears in over 30 anthologies. He co-edited Poetry Nation: A North American Anthology of Fusion Poetry (1998). He has directed two plays for the 2007 and 2008 Hip Hop Theater Festival, Elegies in the Key of Funk and The Other Side. He has been artist-in-residence for New York University’s Asian American Studies program and at Deanza College. He is the artistic director of Sol & Soul, an arts and activist organization in Washington, D.C. In Canada, he acted as the slam poetry coach for Montreal in the recent past. This originally aired on CKUT 90.3FM on 15 August 2012 on the Wednesday Morning After.

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12. Evren Furtuna Feat. The Writers Poet - Erotic Soul (Original Mix)

Evren Furtuna Feat. The Writers Poet - Erotic Soul (Original Mix)

Deep Site Vinylized return with a special 4 track 12" V/A release for those late summer nights, Marc Cotterell opens thing up with the organ­ powered garage infected ‘Sunset Vibes’. Synthesizer solos dominate the view while subtle Rhodes and B­3 phrases meander in the funky framework.Next up welcoming an old deep house favourite from Glasgow, Calum Walker of Fresh and Low delivering the beautifully understated ‘String Theory’ which builds like a cinematic theme tailor made for dance floors. Synths pulses and dramatic themes intermingle with subtle string lines laying boldly within driving rhythms.The flip side brings a return to Deep Site for Addex who comes on smooth and strong with ‘Blazing’, utilizing solid drums and bubbling percussive edges. The synth pads build slowly in juxtaposition with the cloud stabs and analog melodic flourishes.The EP Closing superbly with ‘Erotic Soul’ from Turkish producer Evren Furtuna featuring The Writers Poet bringing a Chicago deep styled gem with its gorgeously stated poetry flowing through a bed of bass, organ, and builds. The main infectious riff plays well off of the verse breaks. Vinyl release 29th August @ Juno records with global vinyl release 5th SeptemberLook out for the digital release later this year with a remixed EP to follow Delivered using Promo-Cloud.com

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13. Controversial and revered – World Update remembers poet Amiri Baraka

Controversial and revered – World Update remembers poet Amiri Baraka

The American poet and activist Amiri Baraka has died aged 79. Once part of the Beat movement, his increasing radicalism in the 60s and 70s saw him promote black power separatism before rejecting this and turning to communism. A prolific writer, he produced poems, short stories, novels, essays, plays and jazz operas. In 2002, as poet laureate of New Jersey, Baraka drew accusations of anti-Semitism over his poem Somebody Blew Up America, which referenced the 11 September 2001 attacks. World Update’s Dan Damon spoke to Dr Andy Jones, a professor of literature at the University of California, also an acquaintance of Mr Baraka, about his legacy ...

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14. New Jersey Poet Laureate Family Reading with Amiri Baraka and Friends

  • Published: 2014-02-01T21:09:50Z
  • By Aljira
New Jersey Poet Laureate Family Reading with Amiri Baraka and Friends

Featured on this Recording: Intro: Victor L. Davson, Aljira, a Center for Contemporary Art Executive Director (0:00 - 4:00) Jim Haba, Founding Director of The Geraldine Dodge Poetry Festival (4:20 - 10:05) Reads "Listen, Friends" Amina Baraka (10:15 - 21:45) Reads her series of Freedom Poems Anne Marie Macari (21:50 - 31:50) Gerald Stern, National Book Award winner (32:25 - 1:01:35) Imamu Amiri Baraka, American Academy of Arts and Letters Award winner (1:02:20 - 1:34:30) About the Event: On September 6, 2013, Aljira, a Center for Contemporary Art in Newark hosted the NJ Poet Laureate Family Reading. Amiri Baraka and Gerald Stern shared the staged with their partners Amina Baraka and Anne Marie Macari. Gerald Stern was appointed NJ Poet Laureate in 2000 and was succeeded by Amiri Baraka in 2002. These two internationally known poets come together at Aljira, after over a decade, with the women who share their lives in poetry to celebrate the proud history of NJ poetry and the position of NJ Poet Laureate. As founding director of the biennial Geraldine R. Dodge Poetry Festival, Jim Haba worked extensively with Stern and Baraka and was also a member of the committee that nominated them to the Laureateship. Critically acclaimed artists Stern and Baraka both demonstrated their willingness to challenge cant and hypocrisy wherever it could be found. Unafraid of pursuing political issues in their poems, they share a fierce determination to expose deceit and to promote the search for truth and justice. Gerald Stern has won most of the major prizes accorded an American poet, including the Ruth Lilly Prize and the Wallace Stevens Award. He has taught at many colleges and universities including Raritan Valley Community College, the University of Iowa, and Princeton. He was elected Chancellor of the Academy of American Poets in 2006 and has published more than a dozen books of poems and several books of essays and reflections. Stern lives in Lambertville. Newark native Amiri Baraka won early national recognition as a poet before exploding onto the theater scene in the mid 1960s with a series of stunning, Obie Award-winning plays. Highly prolific as a poet, novelist, essayist, and short story writer, he is also responsible for an impressive body of work as a music critic and visual artist and art critic. He has taught at many colleges and universities including SUNY Stony Brook, Rutgers, and Yale. In 2001 he was awarded the James Weldon Johnson Medal for his contributions to literature. Anne Marie Macari continues to teach in the low-residency MFA Program in Poetry and Translation at Drew University, of which she was the founding director. She has published three books of poems. Her second, Gloryland, celebrates the body and the physical world. She lives in Lambertville. Amina Baraka is a poet, singer, dancer, actress, and activist who, with her husband, leads the word-music ensemble, Blue Ark. Together, they also co-direct Kimako's Blues People, a monthly salon and artspace housed in their Newark basement. Kimako's Blues People opened to the public in the mid-1980s and ran for fifteen years. Together, the couple also founded Spirit House in the 1960s which became a center of the Black Arts Movement and a also center for black cultural creativity and political assertiveness. In Memorandum: Imamu Amiri Baraka (October 7, 1934-January 9, 2014).

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15. September 1913 by Enda Reilly with the poet Stephen James Smith

September 1913 by Enda Reilly with the poet Stephen James Smith

September 1913 featuring words by W.B. Yeats, music from Enda from his collaborative project with Stephen James Smith. September 1913 comes from the Album Arise and Go!, which is a groundbreaking collaborative project by poet Stephen James Smith and folk musician Enda Reilly, which explores Irishness through re-interpreting the poetry of Padraic MacPiaras, Patrick Kavanagh, W.B. Yeats and Luke Kelly who all had unique views of what it is to be Irish. Highly recommended by Hot Press as one of the folk albums of the year in 2011, two original works are also presented and the Cd also features guest musicians Colm Ó Snodaigh from Kíla who plays the flutes on September 1913 and Elder Roche.

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16. Figure of Speech: Poet Dr. Niyi Osundare

Figure of Speech: Poet Dr. Niyi Osundare

Nigerian poet, playwright, essayist, and scholar; has authored over 18 books of poetry, two books of selected poems, four plays, two books of essays, and numerous scholarly articles and reviews. Among his many prizes are the Association of Nigerian Authors(ANA) Poetry Prize, the British Commonwealth Poetry Prize, the Noma Award(Africa's most prestigious Book Award), and the Fonlon/Nichols Award for "excellence in literary creativity combined with significant contributions to Human Rights in Africa". In 2014 he was admitted to the Nigerian National Order of Merit, (NNOM), Nigeria’s highest recognition for distinguished creative and intellectual achievement. He is currently Distinguished Professor of English, University of New Orleans, USA. Originally aired on November 11th 2017.

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