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Captain Al takes us on a tour of his favourite food vendors and we discuss dry cleaning options with the Prince of HarpJet. Join us if you can in the chatroom when we record the show live by going to https: In today's show we discover that it may well not be your imagination in regards to the restrooms in the air, the summer offers for passengers are rolled out by one legacy carrier and the Beluga XL gets it's maiden flight details released.
In the Military the RAF are celebrating taking delivery of their 20th Atlas Transport and Airbus demonstrate their automatic refuelling system.
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In today's episode a radio station in Alesbury meet a man with foot arms, details of strike action with one of the big low cost carriers emerge and more information on a long running buy-out negotiations involving one of the big aviation manufacturers are made public.
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We are usually live from In a change to the advertised programme, join Nev, Pip and Matt for the usual trawl through the aviation stories hitting the headlines this week.
In today's episode one business class passenger is offered an Nutri-Grain bar for his breakfast, the Dolphin mark 2 leaves the paint shop in preparation for final testing and one low cost airline uses some German misfortune to fuel their latest advertising campaign.
In today's show we discuss one flight with a vomiting mist, JetBlue's founder raises funds for a new low cost airline and Cathay Pacific as an A to it's fleet.
Matt Bunting-Frame treats us to an interview with the pilot from the Beech and we take another trip to Bruntingthorpe to chat to part of the very dedicated crew of the Victor Tanker. Simply send us an email to podcast planetalkinguk.
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Join Carlos, Armando and Matt from the Kitchen Studio as they take their trek through the big aviation related stories of the week. In today's episode we discuss a duty free ban of alcohol on-board, windowless aircraft are being considered with a UAE carrier and an abandoned airport is making heads turn.
There's also an incredible sale on thanks to on of the big middle-eastern carriers. Barber had a lifelong enthusiasm for Celtic, especially Irish literature: He retained a great affection for the writings of James Stephens and James Joyce. The unforced naturalness of their utterance and the sheer charm of their appeal is enhanced by the clear textures and simple, grateful piano parts. I hear an army is an onomatopoeic tour de force, the superbly imaginative piano part evoking the thunder of horses, the calls of trumpets, and the surge of the sea.
The settings of American poets that Barber published as his opus 13 confirm the broadening of his expressive range. Sure on this shining night, to a poem by James Agee, is one of his most perfect and ecstatic lyrics, the canonic melody between voice and piano and the warm, steadily pulsing harmonies creating a sense of rapt contemplation. Nocturne sets a poem by Frederick Prokosch. Barber chose poems by Rainer Maria Rilke, normally thought of as a German poet, but who wrote occasionally in French after he settled in the Valais Canton in Switzerland.
The settings prove Barber to have been as subtle a setter of French prosody as of English.
Songs of Innocence and Experience
A more forthright and extrovert bell-piece is Le clocher chante, ringing a joyous carillon in praise of the Valais. The composer himself wrote of the songs: They are small poems, thoughts or observations, some very short, and speak in straightforward, droll, and often surprisingly modern terms of the simple life these men led, close to nature, to animals and to God.
The premiere was given on 30 October in the Coolidge Auditorium of the Library of Congress, Washington by a young and then-unknown soprano called Leontyne Price, with the composer at the piano. The songs are all written without time-signatures, a device which aids their flexibility of phrasing and word-setting.