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Freier Glaube, freie Menschen - Die neue Gesellschaft  

Die Reformation verändert die Gesellschaft in vielen Bereichen: Durch die Freiheit im Glauben wird der Christenmensch unabhängig von äußeren Einflüssen. Individuelles Denken und Handeln kommen in Mode. Autor: Claus Röck.

Radio Doc: Bevergekte | 22-01-2017  

Bevergekte: Je moet er in New York goed voor zoeken, maar als het je eenmaal opvalt, zie je ze overal: bevers. Je vindt ze op gebouwen van de overheid, muurschilderingen, zelfs op de badge van elke New Yorkse politieagent. Wat doet die bever daar? In een poging het antwoord te vinden komen we terecht bij milieukundige Dr. Joop Varekamp (Wesleyan University, Connecticut). Hij heeft een bijzonder verhaal over mode, syfilis, milieuvervuiling en klimaatverandering, waarbij de invloed van de bever groter is dan gedacht. 

Wintergrillen  

Und was eine richtige Kohle ist, die will ins Feuer, am besten hier: Riechen Sie es? Frisch gegrilltes Rippchen, Würstchen oder hören Sie wie der Grillkäse langsam eine schöne Grillkruste bekommt... Ach hatten Sie erst gestern? Dann gehören Sie zu der stets wachsenden Gruppe der Wintergriller. Grillen nicht in der Sommerhitze, sondern in der Winterkälte, kommt immer mehr in Mode, ein echtes Event für hartgesottene Kerle. Tanja Gronde ist ausgezogen, Fans zu finden.

The YellowHeads @ Artheater (Cologne) 06.01.2017 [Part.2]  

1. Steve Mulder – Chord Mode 02 (Spartaque Remix) 2. Highestpoint – Concentration (Spartaque Remix) 3. Massiva – Triangular (Original Mix) 4. Black Roof – Raja (Original Mix)...

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On dira ce qu’on voudra 2017-01-29  

Au micro de Rebecca Makonnen : C'est Vendredisques ! On écoute Jonathan Roy, Sepultura et Harfang; Julie Buchinger revient sur les raisons qui ont poussé des designers de mode à refuser ou accepter d'habiller Melania Trump en ce jour de cérémonie d'investiture et Hugo Meunier nous parle de son texte Je fais une surdose d'hommages aux vedettes mortes sur les RS.

Peter Zemla: Mein Bruder - Gewinnerstück "Public Workshop" - 20.01.2017  

Mit Ferdinand Schmidt-Modrow, Ercan Karacayli, Stefan Merki, Peter Veit Regie: Stefanie Ramb / BR 2016 // "Jeder Mensch, der mit Hörspiel befasst ist, kennt die Situation, in der das Gegenüber euphorisch schwärmt von den gern erinnerten Stunden vor dem Radio oder dem Kassettenrekorder, in denen es mächtig aus den Lautsprechern quietschte und trampelte und trötete und röhrte und überhaupt die Welt Klang geworden war, möglichst authentischer Abklatsch-Klang einer Wirklichkeit, die mit Dieben, Monstern, Drachen und Untoten bevölkert sein kann, mit Prinzen und Zauberwesen. Mit 3 Fragezeichen. Das Knarren einer hölzernen Treppe, das Quietschen einer Türangel: Das war und ist das täglich‘ Brot der Hörspielkunst. Brot mag aus der Mode gekommen sein; man lädt sich vielleicht gerade lieber Sushi und glutenfreie Frühstückspampe runter. Aber Brot wird es noch geben, wenn auch die letzte Aceto Balsamico-Flasche aus den Supermarktregalen verschwunden ist. Mein Bruder von Peter Zemla ist Hörspiel-Brot. Unverwüstlich quäkt und trillert und tutet das Manuskript, damit wir es bloß nicht übersehen. Was hiermit nicht geschehen ist." (Jurybegründung)

FastingTalk-ep-003  

Veteran health podcaster, blogger, international speaker, and bestselling author Jimmy Moore from “Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb” teams up with Toronto, Ontario Canada-based nephrologist Dr. Jason Fung from IntensiveDietaryManagement.com and Dr. Fung’s Clinical Director at his Intensive Dietary Management Program clinic Megan Ramos on this podcast dedicated to answering YOUR questions about intermittent, alternate day, and extended fasting. Jimmy and Dr. Fung are the coauthors of the 2016 international bestseller The Complete Guide to Fasting: Heal Your Body Through Intermittent, Alternate-Day, and Extended Fasting and, along with Megan, are happy to provide this podcast as an additional resource for anyone curious about going on a fast to improve their health. We love hearing from our listeners with new questions–send an email to Jimmy at livinlowcarbman@charter.net. And if you’re not already subscribed to the podcast on iTunes, then you can do that and leave a review HERE. Listen in today as Jimmy and Megan are joined by Special Guest Patient Anne Brown to answer your questions about all things fasting in Episode 3.

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SPECIAL GUEST PATIENT: Anne Brown

Anne is a 63 year old woman in Dr. Fung & Megan's IDM Clinic in June 2016. Anne was taking 156 units of insulin a day. She decided to go on an 11 day fast. She stopped her insulin within the first three days of fasting. Her original A1c was so high it was rated as >15%.  Within 11 daysof fasting her A1c dropped to 13.1%.

Anne continues to fast. Her fasts vary from 24 hours to three or four days at a time depending on her schedule. Her A1c is now at 9.9%. She has lost 10 kg and 10 cm around the largest part of her abdomen.

Here’s what Jimmy, Megan, and Anne talked about in Episode 3:

1. What can I do about watery stools? Why can’t I have sweeteners?

Hey Jimmy and Megan,

Just got The Complete Guide To Fasting and it's GREAT. I have two questions I didn't find an answer to and wanted to get more information about.

1) I have watery stools while fasting...any thoughts about why or how to prevent?
2) You recommend no sweeteners…why would you not be able to use even stevia?

Thanks again for such a good book and your help with my questions.

Cheryl

2. Can I get the autophagic improvements through frequent 3-day fasts or should I do longer fasts for that?

Hello guys,

A question that I haven’t seen covered well is the frequency of fasts. My job is far too physical to accommodate a 7-day fast. Can I water fast three days on and three days off for a month? And if I am hoping to clear a chronic infection by this method via autophagy, can the autophagic effect be cumulative with on and off fasting as I mentioned or must I have the continuous longer fast of ten days or more to get real results?

I really appreciate your insight and experience and your desire to enlighten us!

Best wishes to you,

Gary

3. Can I continue my workouts while fasting? Should I take my regular supplements while fasting?

Jimmy and Megan,

I am currently eating one regular meal and a small meal a day.  I plan to drop that small meal soon and then graduate to 2 days, then 3 days, and then 4. But I still want to be able to workout. I currently do a moderate cardio workout in the morning and then after work I do strength training. I am 63 years old and own and ride a horse. So I need to keep the strength in my muscles for that as well as being able to perform my job.

I am pretty sure I am insulin resistant as most of my family has diabetes and my eating habits up until two years ago would almost guarantee this is more true than not. So I am now ready to take my journey to the next level and start healing the damage. One last question: Should I continue taking my supplements while fasting?

Thanks ever so much,

Diana

4. What’s the best way to break a fast and still remain in the fat-burning mode state of ketosis?

Hey Jimmy and Megan,

I've been on a ketogenic diet since August and have lost 40 pounds so far. I've done many intermittent fasts, a 2-day and 3-day fasts and am currently doing my first 7-day fast after reading The Complete Guide to Fasting. My question is I don't know how to break this longer fast and still stay in ketosi

Interview de David Von Grafenberg  

David est un homme de lettres et un homme d'une délicatesse innée. Il écrit des romans, mais a été aussi créateur de vêtements. Et David est bien connu pour ses mots et sa culture sur la mode. Il se livre en toute sincérité devant le micro de Chiffon. Sa définition de l'élégance ? Avoir un livre entre les mains.... et il nous parle des femmes d'une manière fort délicate. Il est en train de travailler sur son prochain roman prévu en 2018.

Melania Trump – en het potatis i modevärlden  

Med anledning av att USA denna helg byter presidentpar, ska vi, nu när 2017 års säsong av Stil sätter igång, syna landets nya ”First Lady” i sömmarna, Melania Trump. Kommer hon att använda sig av mode som ett kommunikationsmedel, som Michelle Obama gjort? Vilka designer kommer att klä den nya presidenthustrun? Vill de ens ha med henne att göra? Tveksamt, skulle man kunna säga.Under valkampanjen dök inte ett enda designernamn upp vid Melanias framträdanden, de få hon gjorde. Och ännu färre blev de efter republikanernas konvent i juli förra året. Det var då som Melania Trump höll ett tal som var påfallande likt ett åtta år gammalt tal av Michelle Obama. Uppståndelsen blev stor, förlöjligandena många.Men redan innan dess skickade inte modemärken upphetsat ut pressreleaser om att Melania valt att bära just deras plagg, oavsett hur väl hon än bar upp dem. Men så vet modebranschen inte riktigt vet vilket ben den ska stå på i den delikata frågan – hur ska man förhålla sig till den kontroversielle Donald Trumps fru?I programmet tar vi även en närmare titt på Trump Tower – den 58 våningar höga skyskrapa som Donald, tillsammans med sin dåvarande fru Ivana, drömde fram – och inredde – i början av 1980-talet. Vi pratar också med statsvetaren och Vita Huset-experten Lauren A Wright, aktuell med boken ”On Behalf of the President”, som är den första akademiska undersökningen av vilken betydelse presidentens partner egentligen har för amerikansk politik. Och så undersöker vi vilken betydelse språket vi använder har för hur vi uppfattas av omgivningen.Veckans gäst är Sara Danius, ständig sekreterare i Svenska Akademien och professor i litteraturvetenskap.

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Médium large 2017.01.20  

Le lavage de la semaine avec Jean Barbe et Jean-Yves Dorval ; Entrevue le scénariste François Avard : Cochon dingue, nouveau magazine jeunesse ; Cinéma avec Helen Faradji et Georges Privet : Nelly d'Anne Émond ; Entrevue le violoniste Alexandre Da Costa ; Prestation d'Alexandre Da Costa : Méditation de Thaïs de Massenet ; Culture populaire avec Pascale Lévesque : Traitement des animaux en fiction ; Musique avec Frédéric Lambert : Mappa Mundi du Canadian Guitar Quartet ; Cinéma avec Georges Privet : Neruda de Pablo Larrain ; La photo de la semaine : Texte sur l'inauguration de Trump dans le Sunday Herald ; Culture populaire avec Pascale Lévesque : Nouvelle chanson d'Arcade Fire ; Musique avec Frédéric Lambert : Art Crush et Caprice ; À voir sur le web avec Helen Faradji : The Deleted de Bret Easton Ellis ; Chronique de Jean-Pierre Desnoyers : Mode et présidence américaine ; Cinéma avec Georges Privet : Morgan de Luke Scott

Tech News Today 1687: Drive Fast, Break Wallets  

Google is coming under fire for surfacing its own products at the top of search results that are related to hardware the company actually sells. The Wall Street Journal worked with SEMrush to analyse 25,000 total searches on 25 terms like laptops and speakers. 91 percent of the time, Google's own products were offered up at the top in place of competitors' products.

The US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has closed its six month inquiry into the May 7th crash of a Tesla that killed the driver, Joshua Brown, while the car was in semi-autonomous Autopilot mode. NHTSA says Tesla was not at fault.

Uber is settling a complaint by the Federal Trade Commission and will pay $20 million dollars as a result. The complaint said that Uber misled its drivers about the amount of money that drivers were able to earn in 20 cities, including New York City and San Francisco.

Netflix announced Q4 earnings and they are crushing it. Subscriber growth appears unstoppable with the addition of 7.05 million new customers in this quarter alone. While Business Insider points out that the company is currently experiencing a free cash flow deficit, that's because they're creating and producing so much of their own original content like Stranger Things - which is cheaper, but only in the long run.

Twitter released its 2016 diversity report showing the company's largest gains since the report began in 2014. Women represented 37 percent of the workforce, up from 34 percent in 2015, and African Americans jumped from 2 to 3 percent in that time. Twitter also set its goals for 2017 which include increasing the hiring of underrepresented minorities in non-technical positions.

Hosts: Megan Morrone and Jason Howell

Guest: Kerry Davis

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TNT 1687: Drive Fast, Break Wallets  

Google is coming under fire for surfacing its own products at the top of search results that are related to hardware the company actually sells. The Wall Street Journal worked with SEMrush to analyse 25,000 total searches on 25 terms like laptops and speakers. 91 percent of the time, Google's own products were offered up at the top in place of competitors' products.

The US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has closed its six month inquiry into the May 7th crash of a Tesla that killed the driver, Joshua Brown, while the car was in semi-autonomous Autopilot mode. NHTSA says Tesla was not at fault.

Uber is settling a complaint by the Federal Trade Commission and will pay $20 million dollars as a result. The complaint said that Uber misled its drivers about the amount of money that drivers were able to earn in 20 cities, including New York City and San Francisco.

Netflix announced Q4 earnings and they are crushing it. Subscriber growth appears unstoppable with the addition of 7.05 million new customers in this quarter alone. While Business Insider points out that the company is currently experiencing a free cash flow deficit, that's because they're creating and producing so much of their own original content like Stranger Things - which is cheaper, but only in the long run.

Twitter released its 2016 diversity report showing the company's largest gains since the report began in 2014. Women represented 37 percent of the workforce, up from 34 percent in 2015, and African Americans jumped from 2 to 3 percent in that time. Twitter also set its goals for 2017 which include increasing the hiring of underrepresented minorities in non-technical positions.

Hosts: Megan Morrone and Jason Howell

Guest: Kerry Davis

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SmithSquad Podcast #119 w/ Kevin Sherwood (Zombies Songs Writer)  

Kevin Sherwood is a sound designer and composer for Treyarch, he is most recognized for writing and composing the musical easter egg songs for the Zombies game mode.

Berliner Fashion Week: Unisex-Mode als Trend - Ende der Geschlechtertrennung?  

Januar in Berlin: Es ist Fashion Week. Ein Trend ist bereits erkennbar: Unisex-Mode - Kleidung für sie und ihn. Im letzten Jahr ließen Modedesigner männliche und weibliche Models zusammen auf den Laufsteg. Es folgten ganze Unisex-Kollektionen.

Burundi: Fear and Exile  

When Burundi’s President Pierre Nkurunziza announced he was running for a controversial third mandate in April 2015, he sparked a major crisis and many demonstrations. Since then, hundreds of people have been killed and more than 300,000 Burundians have fled to neighbouring countries. Our reporters, Nicolas Germain and Julie Dungelhoeff, despite a few visa problems, met Burundian refugees in Uganda and Tanzania. If we had watched this scene in a film, we would have thought the screenwriter was pushing it a bit. Yet this is really what happened. Our plane was moving on the runway of Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport. Destination Kigali, the Rwandan capital. We were just about to put our phones on airplane mode. That’s precisely when the phone rang. "I’m from the Rwandan embassy. I’m calling you to tell you that your visas have been cancelled." "Sir, that’s impossible. We’re on the plane. We’re about to take off." "I repeat, your visas have been cancelled. Get off the plane, you won’t be able to enter Rwanda, immigration services have been warned." End of conversation. A few seconds later the plane takes off. So we got off at the stopover in Istanbul. A month after this incident, the Rwandan embassy has yet to give us an explanation for this dramatic U-turn. This decision can only reinforce the suspicions of UN experts who allege Rwanda is recruiting Burundian rebels in refugee camps. Indeed, we had said we were working on the crisis in Burundi and its consequences: more than 300,000 refugees are now living in neighbouring countries including Rwanda. Burundi refused to give us a visa. Rwanda, as we just saw, did the same. So we went to Uganda, and Tanzania - which is the country which hosts the most Burundian refugees. In April 2015, President Pierre Nkurunziza, who had been in power for a decade, announced he was running for a contentious third mandate. For several weeks afterwards, thousands took to the streets to protest. A violent repression ensued. In the months that followed, major figures from both the ruling party and the opposition were shot dead. During that time, several hundred people were killed, most of them opposition supporters, and there was a mass exodus of Burundians. They cross the border with just one bag on their head We arrive in Tanzania, in the Kigoma region. Currently there are three Burundian refugee camps in the country. But nearly two years after the start of the crisis, some 10,000 Burundians still arrive here every month. We see some early one morning. They cross the border with just one bag on their head, carrying very young children. They have walked for hours and are absolutely exhausted. They say they’ve been threatened by the Imbonerakure, the ruling party’s youth league – a “militia” according to the UN. “They tell us to leave otherwise they’ll slaughter us!” says one refugee. Burundi is a small country but very populous, and the flight of refugees is a bonus for those who then seize their plots of land. Burundi refused to give us a visa, but the president’s main advisor, Willy Nyamitwe, answered our questions via a journalist based in Bujumbura. This is what he had to say about the Imbonerakure: “Those who are outside the country say they were arrested at nighttime by the Imbonerakure, it’s absolutely not true. I’m a former Imbonerakure, the president is a former Imbonerakure. All the hopes of the Burundian people today depend on the solidity, bravery and patriotism of the Imbonerakure. 'They beat us like we were animals' We then head for Kampala, the Ugandan capital. A 20-hour drive on both tarmac and dirt tracks. Only one puncture. Later, two trucks got bogged down, blocked the road, and we had to spend the night in the car… The road follows the borders of Burundi and Rwanda. The Great Lakes region is undoubtedly one of the most stunning in Africa. Those who have fled to Kampala, rather than Rwanda which is closer, say it’s because life is cheaper than in Kigali and they feel freer here. In the Ugandan capital, we meet young men who were tortured by the regime in Bujumbura. In the city centre, there’s a rooftop bar where Burundian refugees like to gather. One man tells us what he had to endure. “There was a large red container, they put us in it, then they threw tear gas inside to make us suffer. Then they closed the container. We suffered inside it all night. We weren’t considered as human beings, they beat us like we were animals.” A few days later he managed to escape to Uganda. UN warns of genocide The next day, in another Burundian bar, we met two young soldiers who had fled. They were studying to become part of the army’s elite, but as Tutsis they felt increasingly threatened. The authorities asked them who they were really working for. There were more and mor

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Skunkmania, The Return of HGFY and Bear Horns!  

Alison's baby isn't budging, Jenna and Al have a skunk situation, special guest Sean Jordan agrees with Jenna's sauce-to-taco ratio and Daniel is singing a Sting song that too many people don't seem to recognize. Also Sean witnessed his mother give birth, Daniel's over breasts, Alison got into it with someone on Facebook and also Twitter and everyone has thoughts on the circus closing, Apple's potential iPhone "theater mode" function and Taco Bell's taco shell made entirely of fried chicken. Plus a round of Just Me Or Everyone.

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Windows Weekly 501: No-mentum  

Microsoft's next mobile device (possibly) revealed: a foldable Surface device patent has the Microsoft fanbase excited. Microsoft is finally adding e-books to Windows Store/Windows 10 (maybe). Microsoft ships another massive Creators Update build to Insiders - themes are coming to the Store "soon." We don't know much about Game Mode. Surface Studio got its first firmware update. Paul reviews Surface Dial. A little corporate intrigue: Qi Lu goes to Baidu. A coming Xbox One system update will allegedly speed Dashboard performance, but we've heard that one before. PlayStation 4 outsold Xbox One over the holidays in the US, despite continuous Xbox One sales from the Black Friday weekend through the end of the year.

Tip of the week: Turn Off Web-Based Skype Notifications Tip #2 of the week: Use Your Microsoft Account on Your Mac Mobile app pick of the week: Office Lens for iPad Enterprise pick of the week: Office 365 Staff Beer pick of the week: Thanks Obama

Hosts: Leo Laporte, Mary Jo Foley, and Paul Thurrott

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WW 501: No-mentum  

Microsoft's next mobile device (possibly) revealed: a foldable Surface device patent has the Microsoft fanbase excited. Microsoft is finally adding e-books to Windows Store/Windows 10 (maybe). Microsoft ships another massive Creators Update build to Insiders - themes are coming to the Store "soon." We don't know much about Game Mode. Surface Studio got its first firmware update. Paul reviews Surface Dial. A little corporate intrigue: Qi Lu goes to Baidu. A coming Xbox One system update will allegedly speed Dashboard performance, but we've heard that one before. PlayStation 4 outsold Xbox One over the holidays in the US, despite continuous Xbox One sales from the Black Friday weekend through the end of the year.

Tip of the week: Turn Off Web-Based Skype Notifications Tip #2 of the week: Use Your Microsoft Account on Your Mac Mobile app pick of the week: Office Lens for iPad Enterprise pick of the week: Office 365 Staff Beer pick of the week: Thanks Obama

Hosts: Leo Laporte, Mary Jo Foley, and Paul Thurrott

Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/windows-weekly

Check out Paul's blog at thurrott.com

Check out Mary Jo's blog at AllAboutMicrosoft.com

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The Windows Weekly theme music is courtesy of Carl Franklin.

Arnold Schoenberg à Los Angeles en 1936 (3/5)  

durée : 00:28:29 - Musicopolis - par : Anne-Charlotte Rémond - ## Programmation musicale ♫ **Arnold Schoenberg** (1874\-1951)\_ 4ème quatuor op 37 (1936) I. Allegro molto energico Quatuor Juilliard West Hill Radio Archives WHRA\-6040 ♫ **Oscar Levant** (1906\-1972) _Concerto pour piano_ (fin des années 30) Oscar Levant, piano, Orchestre symphonique de la NBC de New York, direction Alfred Wallenstein (enregistré en 1942) DRG Records 13113 ♫ **George Gershwin** (1898\-1937) _Concerto en Fa_ (1925) Oscar Levant, piano, Orchestre Symphonique de la NBC, direction Arturo Toscanini Urania Records WS 121.132 ♫ **Alfred Newman** (1900\-1970) _The Prisoner of Zenda_ (1937) Musique pour le film de John Cromwell (nommée pour les Oscars 1938) Orchestre Symphonique de Nouvelle Zélande, direction Richard Kaufman Koch International 3\-7376\-2 H1 ♫ **Arnold Schoenberg** (1874\-1951) _Quatuor à cordes n°2_ op 10 (1907) I. Massig Kolisch Quartet Archiphon ♫ **Arnold Schoenberg** (1874\-1951) _Quatuor à cordes n°2_ op 10 (1907) II. Sehr rasch Kolisch Quartet Archiphon ♫ **Johann Sebastian Bach** (1685\-1750) _L' Art de la Fugue_ BWV 1080 (v. 1745) Canon à l'octave Tatiana Nikolaieva, piano Melodiya MEL CD 10 02006 ♫ **Johann Sebastian Bach** (1685\-1750) _L'Art de la Fugue_ Contrappunto 1 Fuga semplice Orchestre de la Radio Télévision Suisse Italienne, direction Hermann Scherchen Stradivarius STR 13604/5 ♫ **John Cage** (1912\-1992) _Solo with Obbligato Accompaniment of 2 Voices in Canon, and 6 Short Inventions on the Subjects of the Solo_ (1934) Inventions n° 1 et 2 Trio Dolce Mode MODE 186 ♫ **John Cage** (1912\-1992) _Solo with Obbligato Accompaniment of 2 Voices in Canon, and 6 Short Inventions on the Subjects of the Solo_ (1934) Inventions n° 4 Trio Dolce Mode MODE 186 ♫ **John Cage** (1912\-1992) _Bacchanale pour piano préparé_ (1940) Steffen Schleiermacher, piano préparé MDG MDG613 0781\-2 {% image 95d95ed6-1f6c-4342-bccc-e6b2b60fc265 %} ## Bibliographie **Arnold Schoenberg**, _Correspondance 1910\-1951_, Jean\-CLaude Lattès, 1983 **Arnold Schoenberg**, _Le Style et l'idée_, Buchet\-Chastel, 2002 pour la nouvelle édition **Hans Heinz Stuckenschmidt**, _Arnold Schoenberg_, Fayard, 1993 **Dorothy Lamb Crawford**, _Arnold Schoenberg in Los Angeles_, dans The Musical Quarterly, Vol. 86, No. 1 (Spring, 2002), pp. 6\-48 **Sabine Feisst**, _Schoenberg's New World. The American Years_, Oxford University Press 2011 **Jean\-Michel Palmier** _Weimar en Exil_, Payot 1988 (Googlebooks : [Weimar in Exile: The Antifascist Emigration in Europe and America](https://books.google.fr/books/about/WeimarinExile.html?id=2UPrsyu3znkC&redir_esc=y)) ## Liens [Arnold Schönberg Center](http://www.schoenberg.at/index.php/en/) [Les enfants de Schoenberg parlent dans une conférence](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mNOkd2b0Gu8) [ La maison de Schoenberg et ses deux fils interviewés par Esa\-Pekka Salonen en 2009](http://www.schoenbergmusic.com/videos/90-esa-pekka-salonen-interviews-schoenbergs) [ Arnold Schoenberg, père de la musique moderne (interview de Gertrud Schoenberg, Rudolf Kolisch et Larry Schoenberg dans un programme de télévision)](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_cKrZ3BsJiM&t=425s) [Article de Blaise Cendrars, envoyé spécial à Hollyood dans Paris\-Soir 31 mai 1936](http://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/bpt6k7641802v/f5.item) ## Actualité Exposition [_Arnold Schönberg Peindre l'âme_](https://www.mahj.org/fr/programme/en-ce-moment) jusqu'au dimanche 29 janvier 2017 Au Musée d’art et d’histoire du Judaïsme (Paris) {% image ac2e46ca-a54f-4794-83a3-ef87be57bbfe %} - réalisé par : Claire Lagarde

EP 90: 21 Savage  

21 Savage has lived a hard knock life. From murders to shootouts, the Atlanta native has witnessed more than enough violence. Despite the hardships, Savage has persevered. Last summer he teamed up with producer MetroBoomin for his best work to date, Savage Mode. By the fall, he scored his first platinum single. More recently, he joined LA Reid at Epic Records. Roaming the streets of the New York, 21 speaks on his recent success, fame, death, family, and more.

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