A recording of Drone Mass by the late Icelandic composer Jóhann Jóhannsson is released today by Deutsche Grammophon, performed by Theatre of Voices and ACME, and conducted by Paul Hillier. In this week's Gramophone podcast, Hillier joins Editor Martin Cullingford to recall the creative process of working with Jóhannsson, and to explore this fascinating work and the experience of recording it. Gramophone Podcasts are produced in association with Wigmore Hall.
09. Margaret Hermant / Jóhann Jóhannsson "Odi et amo"
At This Moment
Margaret, musicienne, interprète et compositrice, nous parle de "Odi et amo" de Jóhann Jóhannsson.Ecoutez l'épisode pour découvrir ce moment qui lui retourne la tête.Ça se passe à 1:04 du morceau.C’est un peu comme de la musique ancienne… Et à la fois, quand on l’écoute, c’est vraiment une émotion du présent.Voici une playlist Spotify reprenant les titres et épisodes des deux saisons : https://spoti.fi/3OqTaQNVous pouvez nous suivre sur Instagram : http://bit.ly/ATMGRAMLe Ko-fi c'est là où vous pouvez nous payer un café virtuel pour nous encourager à continuer si ça vous plaît : https://ko-fi.com/mrnvdbEt pour les crédits,Production : mrnvdb / Julia Camino AgencyEnregistrement / Montage / Mixage : Maureen Vanden BergheHabillage sonore & générique : Alain DevalIdentité visuelle : Damien Aresta / PLMD (pleaseletmedesign) Notre politique de confidentialité GDPR a été mise à jour le 8 août 2022. Visitez acast.com/privacy pour plus d'informations.
Jóhann Jóhannsson's orchestration assistant talks about striking emotions with musical elements
When Life Hands You Lennons
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Han var en af de mest respekterede og anerkendte filmkomponister med flere Hollywood blockbusters på CV'et og fandt inspiration i al slags musik og lyd omkring ham - fra himmelsk korsang og reallyde af tog på skinner til støjrock og smukke melodier. Kom tæt på det hædrede islandske geni Jóhann Jóhannsson, der skabte en ny standard for, hvad vi kan forvente af musik i film, når hans gode ven lyddesigneren Peter Albrechtsen sammen med Jonas Sølberg åbner op for Jóhannsson og filmmusikkens komplekse verden.
“I think it’s probably something quite visceral which I’m after, something very down in the stomach, in the blood — with the emotions. That’s where the music comes from in a way, and that’s where great music hits me.” That’s what Icelandic composer Jóhann Jóhannsson said in conversation with David Garland in 2010. Jóhannsson’s blend of acoustic and electronic, old-style and high-tech, mournful and celebratory, organic and synthetic sounds made for a romantically rhapsodic musical experience. Jóhannsson’s unexpected death at age 48 on February 9, 2018, came as a shock to his friends, to the music world, and to the world of cinema — since Jóhannsson had become prominent as a composer for such films as “Arrival,” “The Theory of Everything,” “Prisoners,” and “Sicario.” David Garland had interviewed Jóhannsson several times since they met in 2003, and they had recently corresponded about collaborating on some music together. This podcast presents one of their interviews, along with a live recording of a 2010 performance by Jóhannsson for an enthralled audience at the New York venue Le Poisson Rouge, with fellow Icelandic multi-intrumentalist Matthias Hemstock, and the string quartet of the NYC-based new music ensemble ACME (Yuki Numata Resnick and Tarn Travers, violins; Ben Russell, viola; Clarice Jensen, cello). The concert was edited and mixed by David Garland for this podcast.
Upbeat Live - April 17, 2017: Árni Heimir Ingólfsson re: Reykjavík Festival: Jóhann Jóhannsson
Concert: Reykjavík Festival: Jóhann Jóhannsson Upbeat Live provides historical and cultural context for many concerts, featuring engaging speakers, audio examples, and special guests. These events are free to ticket holders and are held in BP Hall, on the second floor, accessible after your ticket is scanned. For more information: laphil.com/upbeatlive About the Speaker: Árni Heimir Ingólfsson is Iceland’s leading musicologist and a renowned pianist, choral conductor, and music educator. Born in Reykjavík, he majored in piano performance and music history at the Oberlin Conservatory of Music, and received his PhD in musicology from Harvard University. He is currently Associate/Visiting Professor of Musicology at the Iceland Academy of the Arts, as well as being Artistic Advisor for the Iceland Symphony Orchestra. Ingólfsson has devoted much of his career to researching Icelandic music history. He has published widely in Icelandic and English, including an article published by Harvard University Press in the 2013 volume City, Chant, and the Topography of Early Music. His biography of the Icelandic composer Jón Leifs was nominated for the Icelandic Book Award and an English version will be published in 2018 by Indiana University Press. His most recent book, published in 2016, is the first comprehensive history of classical music to be written in the Icelandic language. Ingólfsson has given lectures at conferences in Europe and the United States, been Visiting Erasmus Lecturer at the Vienna Conservatory of Music, and has held visiting fellowships in musicology at Oxford University, Boston University, and Harvard. As a musician, Ingólfsson is primarily active as a collaborative pianist and choral conductor. He is the founder and artistic director of the Carmina Chamber Choir, which has appeared in various concerts in Iceland, England, Germany, France, and Sweden, as well as at the Reykjavik Arts Festival. On the Icelandic label Smekkleysa, he has produced three CDs with music from medieval Icelandic manuscripts, two of which won the Icelandic Music Awards for Best Classical CD of the Year. One of these CDs, Melodia, was also Editor’s Choice in Gramophone. Ingólfsson has worked with a wide range of prominent musicians including composer Nico Muhly and singer-composer Björk, arranging several tracks for her 2011 Grammy-nominated album Biophilia.
Interview: Jóhann Jóhannsson (The Theory of Everything)
Interview: Jóhann Jóhannsson (The Theory of Everything)Christopher Coleman talks with composer Jóhann Jóhannsson about Golden Globe and Critics Choice nominated score for THE THEORY OF EVERYTHING. Jóhannsson shares his reaction to finding out about his Golden Globe nomination, his thoughts on some of the other scores nominated, his involvement in the production of the soundtrack and how the voicebox voiceover of Stephen Hawking effected the score.Episode Highlights00:00 — Introduction to Johann Johannsson02:00 — Finding out about the Golden Globe Nomination04:33 — Becoming a part of "Everything"06:44 — Coming on to the project later09:38 — Surprisingly Warm11:40 — Progression and Digression13:52 — Putting the soundtrack together16:56 — Fans reaction to film music19:27 — The voicebox challengeMusic Selections00:00 — Cambridge 1963 (The Theory of Everything) by Johan Johannsson01:49 — Rowing (The Theory of Everything) by Johan Johannsson09:12 — The Wedding (The Theory of Everything) by Johan Johannsson12:29 — Collapsing Inward (The Theory of Everything) by Johan Johannsson14:26 — Rowing [Alternate Version] (The Theory of Everything) by Johan Johannsson15:38 — Domestic Pressures (The Theory of Everything) by Johan Johannsson18:52 — Prisoners (Prisoners) by Johan Johannsson22:00 — The Theory of Everything (The Theory of Everything) by Johan JohannssonNotes:Follow Johann Johannsson on Twitter (@JohannJohannss)Follow Christopher Coleman on Twitter (@ccoleman)Special thanks to Erica Hungerford at Brigade Marketing.Support Tracksounds:You purchase THE THEORY OF EVERYTHING ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK at Amazon.comMost of the soundtracks mentioned in this episode can be found at Amazon. Your purchases through these links help us to keep on keepin' on! Thank You!Buy Soundtracks at Amazon.comDownload the EpisodeSubscribe and More Info