Charles Hazlewood: Trusting the ensemble
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About the speaker
Charles Hazlewood on leadership http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L_vBfUHuYW8
Charles Hazlewood « TEDxBrussels 2011 (Nov. 22, 2011) http://tedxbrussels.eu/2011/html/speakers/charles_hazlewood.html
U-Carmen eKhayelitsha http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/U-Carmen_eKhayelitsha
Charles Hazlewood's Paraorchestra http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gRF_B5WHqsY
Terms and expressions
Colin Davis http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Colin_Davis
if you'll pardon the expression - Fig. excuse the expression I am about to say or just said. (thefreedictionary)
throw your hat into the ring - Make or take up a challenge, or demonstrate one's willingness to join an enterprise. (The Phrase Finder)
Cape Town http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cape_Town
Joseph Haydn http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joseph_Haydn
Nikolaus Esterházy http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nikolaus_Esterh%C3%A1zy
Short bio of disabled musicians
- 13:14 Lyn has cerebral palsy. She composes electronic music.
- 13:28: Charles played trumpet with Courtney Pine, but in 1995 had a serious motor accident.
Errors in the transcript
12 00:00:27,000 --> 00:00:29,000 Up to and around about the Second World World, Up to and around about the Second World War, 60 00:03:44,000 --> 00:03:47,000 I have to say, in those days, I couldn't really even find the bird. I have to say, in those days, I couldn't believe in find the bird. 64 00:03:54,000 --> 00:03:57,000 the most dizzingly musical country on the planet in my view, the most dizzyingly musical country on the planet in my view, 106 00:05:29,000 --> 00:05:31,000 in the township outside Capetown called Khayelitsha. in the township outside Cape Town called Khayelitsha. 175 00:09:35,000 --> 00:09:38,000 You'll pardon the expression. If you'll pardon the expression. 197 00:10:42,000 --> 00:10:45,000 You won't make the key otherwise. You won't make the tea otherwise. 198 00:10:45,000 --> 00:10:47,000 You get a round, ladies and gentlemen. You all were well done, ladies and gentlemen. 288 00:15:00,000 --> 00:15:04,000 You can imagine, the musicians were diconsolate. You can imagine, the musicians were disconsolate.
The piece performed at the end of the talk is the “Farewell” Symphony. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Symphony_No._45_(Haydn)