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2017 NFL Draft round 1 recap  

A room filled with heroes – Dan Hanzus, Marc Sessler, Chris Wesseling, & Gregg Rosenthal – break down all the biggest storylines from the first round of the 2017 NFL Draft including the Bears trading up one pick to snag quarterback Mitch Trubisky, and the Browns landing three picks on the first night with Myles Garrett, Jabrill Peppers and David Njoku. Plus, the heroes check in on several already doomed sandwich props.

Matthieu Angotti : "On a besoin que les citoyens puissent participer beaucoup plus qu’aujourd’hui à l’élaboration des lois"  

durée : 00:20:13 - Paso doble - par : Tewfik Hakem - Entre 2012 et 2014, Matthieu Angotti était conseiller de Jean-Marc Ayraud à Matignon. Dans une BD dessinée par Robin Recht, il raconte et éclaire les coulisses du pouvoir par le récit de son initiation à la politique : le travail des spécialistes, l'élaboration d'un texte de loi... - réalisé par : Thomas Dutter

EP.41 - MARC MARON  

Adam talks to Marc Maron, stand up comedian, actor, writer and host of one of the very best interview podcasts out there: WTF! As usual, it’s not a career overview but a meandering chat that takes in podcast hosting and stand up, getting hustled, Marc’s new acting role in the Netflix show GLOW and we discover what’s on Marc’s running playlist. Adam also concludes the podcast by paying wobbly voiced tribute to the late, great director Jonathan Demme. Thanks to Seamus Murphy Mitchell for production support, Matt Lamont for convo editing and to Acast for hosting this podcast. Download their app and check out their many other excellent shows.

Mia Freedman: Building MamaMia  

It is the largest, best-known (possibly only) independent women's media company in Australia. It commands millions in video views and podcasts. Creator Mia Freedman has told the story of Mama Mia in her new book "Work Strife Balance". She takes Marc through the journey from her lounge to an international media brand. What she's learnt from old and new media. What she wouldn't do again and the fine line between a great headline and bad click bait.

#34 – Les 5 « FAIL » de Marc Bergevin  

Après un conseil à 25 cennes un peu intense, JT et Chris parlent des 5 fails de Marc Bergevin qui ont mené à l’élimination rapide …

Texas Scottish Festival & Highland Games 2017 #306  

Enjoy some Scottish and Celtic music as we highlight musicians performing at the Texas Scottish Festival & Highland Games of 2017 with Celtic music from Battlefield Band, Tullamore, Scotland Rising, Ed Miller, Willow and Her Giant, Jed Marum, Jil Chambless & Scooter Muse, The Selkie Girls, Reel Treble Band , Seamus Stout, Madi Davis, Skeleton McKee, Cleghorn, Murder the Stout, Jiggernaut. Listen. Like. Share. Then download 34 Celtic MP3s for Free! http://celticmusicpodcast.com/306/

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Every year, I take Celtic music fans on an adventure of a lifetime. This is not your typical wham-bam-thank you m'aam tour. We travel in small groups. We explore the Celtic history of different regions. We don't need to see everything, because this is a vacation. Instead, our invasion brings out the relaxation and magic of our adventure. In 2018, you can join me on a Celtic Invasion of the Isle of Skye in Scotland. Sign up to the mailing list at celticinvasion.com.

 

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* Helping you celebrate Celtic culture through music. My name is Marc Gunn. I am a musician and podcaster. You can share this show and find more episodes at celticmusicpodcast.com. And you can support this show on Patreon.

This week, we're doing a special on the Texas Scottish Festival and Highland Games. I decided to do this feature as an extra way to financially support the event. You see, every time you buy one of our compilation CDs or make a pledge to the podcast on Patreon, I donate some of the money to Celtic non-profits. Many of them are non-profit Celtic festivals. Last fall, I sent the Texas Scottish Festival a donation. I thought it'd be nice to promote the event with a special feature, especially since I have permission from many of the artists who are performing at the festival. You can find out more about the artists at texasscottishfestival.com and you can attend the festival May 5-7, 2017 in Arlington, Texas.

The first track was...

Battlefield Band is not actually performing at the Texas Scottish Festival, but Brian McNeill, one of the founding members, is. And since I don't have permission to play any of his music, I thought that'd make a nice alternative.

* CELTIC PODCAST NEWS

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The Irish & Celtic Music Podcast comes out each and every week due to the generosity of people like you. Your kind pledge of as little as $1 per episode pays for the production of this podcast, as well as my time in producing the show. You get shows before regular listeners and my deepest thanks. When we hit a milestone, you get a 2-hour special. We are just $18 away from the next 2-hour special. I want to thank to our newest patrons: Rory Boyle, Bill Shields, Albert Mezistrano, Rex Edwards, Dan Hulse, Chris Braga, Giulia Oblach, Jennifer D'Alessio! Become a patron today!

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jinxintheworld posted on iTunes: "I used to love this podcast. I've been subscribed for what seems like forever. While I still enjoy it, I find myself fast forwarding through large chunks due to the quality and type of Celtic music being played. It seems more interested in putting out lots of music rather than quality music. Just my opinion though. Still very much worth a listen."

dbadvan posted on iTunes: "Uplifted in Afghanistan! Marc's superb podcast is a powerful way to lift my spirits from the demands of working a tough job in a faraway place. Thank you."

This Week in Celtic Music

0:35 "Tending The Steer / Sandy Thompson / The Calrossie Cattle Wife" by Battlefield Band from The Producer's Choice

5:14 "The Ballad of Jack Dolan" by Tullamore from Wild and Wicked Youth

9:12 "Howl at the Moon" by Scotland Rising from Out of the Ashes

11:05 "Walk the Road" by Ed Miller from Come Awa' Wi' Me

14:26 "O'Carolan's Farewell to Music" by Willow and Her Giant from Demo

17:47 "Massacre at Glencoe" by Jed Marum from Calla's Waltz

21:29 CELTIC PODCAST NEWS

22:40 "Jack Haggerty" by Jil Chambless & Scooter Muse from The Laverock Sang

26:16 "Norlan Wind" by The Selkie Girls from Pirate Queen

30:38 "Renwick's Ferret/Road to Errogie" by Reel Treble Band from Reel Treble Band

33:51 "The Spanish Lady" by Seamus Stout from Off the Wagon

36:44 CELTIC FEEDBACK

39:35 "The Moon" by Madi Davis from Above the Waves

43:30 "Before the Devil Knows We're Dead" by Skeleton McKee from Leave the World Laughing

47:44 "Castle Kelly" by Cleghorn from Cleghorn

52:00 "Troosers" by Murder the Stout from Murder the Stout EP

56:45 "Miners Life" by Jiggernaut from The Well

VOTE IN THE CELTIC TOP 20. It's easier than ever to do. Just list the show number, and the name of one or two bands. That's it. You can vote once for each episode help me create next year's Best Celtic music of 2017 episode.

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André Manoukian est l'invité de la Matinale du 27 avril 2017.  

durée : 00:50:30 - L'invité du jour - ## Programmation : ♫ **Jean\-Sébastien Bach** _Invention n°1 en ut majeur BWV 772_ Till Fellner, piano ECM ♫ **Jacques Offenbach** _Fantasio : Voyez dans la nuit brune_ Marianne Crebassa, mezzo\-soprano Mozarteumorchester Marc Minkowski, direction ERATO ♫ **Miles Davis** _Kind of blue : So What_ CBS ♫ **Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart** _Sonate n°8 en la mineur op.4 n°3 K.310 : Presto_ Fazil Say, piano WARNER CLASSICS ♫ **Danilo Perez** A_cross the crystal sea_ UNIVERSAL MUSIC ♫ **Robert Schumann** _Kreisleriana op.16 : Ausserst bewegt_ Simon Ghraichy, piano CHALLENGE CLASSICS

Episode 806 - Mark Lanegan / Mac DeMarco  

Mark Lanegan is the soft-spoken elder statesman of the '90s Seattle grunge scene. Marc Maron talks with the former frontman of Screaming Trees and finds out how Mark went on to collaborate with a wide variety of artists, from Guns N' Roses to Belle and Sebastian. But first, singer-songwriter Mac DeMarco brings his laid-back Canadian rock vibe to the garage as he releases his third studio album and helps answer a puzzling question: Why does Marc like his music so much? This episode is sponsored by Silicon Valley on HBO, PLAYBASE from Sonos, and Texture.

Chile - Vorbild im Sozialen Wohnungsbau?: Vier Meter Wohnzimmer gegen Armut  

Kulturgespräch am 27.4.2017 mit Marc Frohn, Architekt

Arrow S:5 | Dangerous Liaisons E:19 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow  

AFTERBUZZ TV — Arrow edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of CW’s Arrow. In this episode, hosts Alikona Bradford, Lex Michael, and Katie Cullen break down episode 19. RSS Feed: http://afterbuzztv.com/aftershows/arrow-afterbuzz-tv-aftershow/feed/ ABOUT ARROW: Arrow is an American television series developed by writer/producers Greg Berlanti, Marc Guggenheim, and Andrew Kreisberg. It is based on the DC […]

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Fictions Politiques (4/12) : Rompre le charme du théologico-politique  

durée : 00:59:33 - Les cours du Collège de France - par : Merryl Moneghetti - Comment rompre le charme du théologico-politique? Pourquoi Ernst Kantorowicz et Marc Bloch : lisent-ils pour se délier? Comment la double corporéité des rois est-elle une fiction qui se retourne contre la royauté? Faisait-on de la politique dans le jardin d’Eden? - réalisé par : Anne Sécheret

2017 Draft Predictions  

A room filled with heroes – Dan Hanzus, Marc Sessler, Chris Wesseling, & Gregg Rosenthal – discuss all the latest news from around the NFL including running back Adrian Peterson signing with the Saints, and the NFL reinstating Steelers wide receiver Martavis Bryant. Then the heroes make their predictions, on the eve of the Draft, about what they think could happen (OUTSIDE) in Philadelphia this weekend with a little game of “Go Get My Lunch”.

La playlist jazz de Nathalie Piolé : Sarah Vaughan, Christian Vander, Elisabeth Kontomanou, McCoy Tyner and more  

durée : 00:54:53 - Banzzaï - par : Nathalie Piolé - On est en avril, on émet depuis Paris... mais on allait presque oublier d'écouter "April in Paris". L'erreur est réparée ce soir, avec la version immortelle de Sarah Vaughan et Clifford Brown. Sarah et Clifford qui ouvrent les portes de l'émission à des notes bleues, blanches et rouges ! ## **Programmation musicale** **Sarah Vaughan** \- _April in Paris_ Album **Sarah Vaughan with Clifford Brow** Emarcy 814 641\-2 {% image f58a072c-76ff-4e85-9721-4a41333538e8 %} **Hank Mobley** \- _The Flip_ Album **The Flip** Blue Note 5938722 {% image 013532d6-5da2-4e4c-949d-619b44b53894 %} **Christian Vander, Alby Cullaz, Michel Graillier** \- _Dear Ma_ Album **Alien** Seventh Records AKT16 {% image 8c976bcd-eb0f-437f-ad17-130708dbf898 %} **Elisabeth Kontomanou (ft Geri Allen)** \- _I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel to be Free_ Album **Secret of the Wind** Plus Loin PL4548 {% image 84e542ed-6cac-4a65-9d3e-2a6cac85e05e %} **McCoy Tyner** \- _Goin’ Home_ Album **Asante** Blue Note BNLA 223 {% image b1b95d00-20d8-4f01-98fc-70881fde4b53 %} **Charlie Hunter Trio** \- _Come As You Are_ Album **Bing, Bing, Bing !** Blue Note 8318092 {% image 1e3b8e17-6622-4e35-aa48-6e8ff6b364e9 %} **Guylain Deppe, Marc\-Michel Le Bevillon, Stéphane Huchard** \- _Funk You Very Much\- Unsong_ Album **Two Faces, (Songs and Unsongs)** Cristal CR251 {% image bd423e65-dba5-4aeb-b559-380263495442 %} - réalisé par : Fabien Fleurat

Banzzaï 0

Médium large 2017.04.26  

L'émission Espions parmi nous : Entrevue avec Michel Juneau Katsuya ; 2X2 : Marc-André et Jean-Pierre Coallier ; Fort McMurray, 1 an après : Table ronde ; Entrevue avec Peter Trent, ex-maire de Westmount ; Mendier pour survivre : Entrevue avec Nathalie ; Revue des magazines avec Geneviève St-Germain

Marc-André Hamelin spielt Rachmaninow und Medtner - 26.04.2017  

Nikolai Medtner: Klavierkonzert Nr. 2 | Sergej Rachmaninow: Klavierkonzert Nr. 3 | Marc-André Hamelin (Klavier) | London Philharmonic Orchestra | Leitung: Vladimir Jurowski

Jean-Philippe Rameau à Paris en 1752 (3/5)  

durée : 00:28:30 - Musicopolis - par : Anne-Charlotte Rémond - ## **Programmation musicale** **Jean\-Philippe Rameau (1683\-1764)** ♫ _Zaïs_ (1748) Ouverture qui peint le débrouillement de Cahos et le choc des Elémens lorsqu'ils sont séparés les Musiciens du Louvre, dir. Marc Minkowski [Archiv Produktion] ♫ _Motet In Convertendo_ (c. 1718) Tunc repletum est gaudio os nostrum Les Arts Florissants, dir. William Christie [Erato 4509\-96967\-2] **Jean Gilles (1668\-1705)** ♫ _Requiem_ Introït Vincent Lièvre\-Picard, haute\-contre Les Passions, direction Jean\-Marc Andrieu [Ligia Digital Lidi 02020256\-13] **Jean\-Baptiste Lully (1632\-1686)** ♫ Grand motet _Miserere_, LWV 25 (1664) _Miserere mei, Deus_ Les Pages et les Chantres du Centre de Musique Baroque de Versailles, dir. Olivier Schneebeli [MBF 1107/7] **Alessandro Scarlatti (1660\-1725)** ♫ Cantate _Clori e Mirtillo_ Air de Clori Sandrine Piau, soprano Il Seminario musicale, dir. Gérard Lesne [Virgin 5451262] **Antonio Vivaldi (1678\-1741)** ♫ Concerto pour violon RV 269 "Le Printemps" (publié en 1725) Enrico Onofri, violon Il Giardino Armonico, dir. Giovanni Antonini [Teldec 4509\-97208\-2] **Michel Blavet (1700\-1768)** ♫ Concerto à quatre parties en la mineur Wilbert Hazelzet, flûte traversière Musica Antiqua Köln, dir. Reinhard Goebel [Archiv Produktion 447286\-2] **Louis\-Gabriel Guillemain (1705\-1770)** _♫ Amusement pour le violon seul compose de plusieurs airs varies de differens auteurs_, Op. 18 (publié en 1762) Capriccio I Gilles Colliard, violon baroque [EMEC Records E\-048] **Jean\-Joseph Mouret (1682\-1738)** _♫ Les Amours de Ragonde_ (1714) Acte I, prélude et scène 1 Michel Verschaeve, Ragonde Les Musiciens du Louvre, dir. Marc Minkowski [Musifrance MUFR 2292\-45823\-2] **Jean\-Philippe Rameau (1683\-1764)** _Castor et Pollux_ (1737) Acte IV, scène 3, choeur des Démons "Brisons tous nos fers, Qu'au feu du tonnerre le feu des Enfers déclare la guerre" Pygmalion, direction Raphael Pichon [Harmonia Mundi HMC90221213] ## Bibliographie Sylvie Bouissou, _Jean\-Philippe Rameau_, Fayard, 2014 Constant Pierre, _Histoire du Concert Spirituel_, Société française de Musicologie, Paris, 1975 sous la direction de Andrea Fabiano, _La "Querelle des Bouffons" dans la vie culturelle française du XVIIIe siècle_, CNRS Editions, 2005 Pierre Daval, _La Musique en France au XVIIIe siècle_, Payot, Paris, 1961 [Christine Coquillat\-Horvallis, Site Rameau, 2003\-2016](http://jp.rameau.free.fr/index.htm) ## Liens [Rameau, Traité de l'Harmonie réduite à ses principes naturels, Paris, 1722](http://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/btv1b86232459) [Nouvelles réflexions de M. Rameau sur sa démonstration du principe de l'Harmonie, Paris, 1752](http://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/btv1b86261395/f7.image) [Chabanon, Eloge de M. Rameau, 1764](http://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/bpt6k108141f.pagination) [Maret, Eloge historique de M. Rameau, 1765](http://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/bpt6k57274654) [Journal de l'Opéra (liste de tous les opéras représentés avec les recettes) 1752](http://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/bpt6k9106668) [Lettre de M. Grimm sur Omphale 1752](http://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/bpt6k58256463) [Le Mercure de France, mars 1752, recension de la Lettre sur Omphale, p 139\-140](https://books.google.fr/books?id=IGxBAAAAcAAJ&printsec=frontcover&hl=fr&source=gbs_ge_summary_r&cad=0#v=onepage&q=139&f=false) [Journal et Mémoires de Charles Collé](http://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/bpt6k405905v/f5.image) [Jean\-Jacques Rousseau Lettre à M. Grimm au sujet des remarques ajoutées à sa Lettre sur Omphale](http://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/bpt6k857224k) [D'Holbach, Lettre à une dame d'un certain âge sur l'état présent de l'opéra](http://clanfaw.free.fr/holbach/holbach.01.htm) [Grimm Le petit prophète de Boehmischbroda, 1753](http://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/bpt6k9617986b) [Catalogue de l'exposition Rameau 1964, BNF](http://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/bpt6k6456860f.r=Rousseau%22Lettre%20Ã %20M.%20Grimm%2C%20au%20sujet%20des%20remarques%22?rk=128756;0) - réalisé par : Béatrice Trichet

Infiltrations  

durée : 00:31:58 - Les pieds sur terre - par : kronlund sonia, Stéphanie Thomas - Après des années passées dans les services secrets, Jean-Marc Gadoullet aspirait à couler des jours tranquilles mais l'affaire des otages d'Arlit au Mali l'a fait replonger. Rien ne prédestinait Hubert Avoine à participer à la libération de l'otage la plus célèbre de France, Ingrid Betancourt. - réalisé par : Marie Plaçais

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