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tv   Sarahs Music - Pekka Kuusisto and the Reddress Project  Deutsche Welle  December 29, 2018 9:15am-9:30am CET

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including the german book trade peace prize in one thousand nine hundred two but despite his many nominations he never won the nobel prize for literature. you're watching news from berlin and i'll be back with more news from around the world at the top of the hour for watching. i'm secure in the by a war that's hard and in the end this i mean you're not allowed to stay here anymore we will send you back. are you familiar with this. with the smugglers were liars. what's your story. i mean when i was a women especially in victims of violence in. take part and send us your story we
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are trying always to understand this new culture. so you are not a villa turned out and yet you want to become a citizen. in so migrants your platform for reliable information. hi and welcome back to there is music today we're at the blue leds in berlin i really like this whole because it has a fantastic acoustic and also the interior can be adapted to suit the needs of the music being played there today the whole is simply red. it would have been to a long time. you would. my
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guest today is truly multi musical he's a fantastic violinist and also a fantastic music communicator and i admire him a lot but i can't pronounce his name can you please tell the viewers how exactly to pronounce or when i can it is the stuff that who's isto ok today was not a horn challenge it was a name challenge welcome it's so great to hear thanks so much we have something really fantastic planned apparently the color has changed in an absolute it in a massive way presumably coming. after you. which is and. i guess here. then is. what is the address that it was to be listened to.
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the red dress was designed by the south korean artist amu song who when we arrived was busy making sure everything was perfect. song so the five hundred fifty meters of the dress by hand herself with the help of a friend it took a whole summer eighty five days to be precise. did
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you adjust the size of the dress to fit the bullets are a little bit yes smaller a little bit smaller and a little bit more oval hots not right yeah yeah except for him but i love what you say is this it's it's the dress is not a dress it's a space and it invites look the first thing i come in here first thing i do is want to get in there look at it you don't need to use dropout like praying the thought that it's a black chin and the wrong thing you just mojang to that i mean get in there and they are and being together so what did you think this would be good for music i know on my concert or my i mean i love this concert or this is extraordinary but why we are so like stiff ya it's better and i listen my grandmother prank. on the her chair and like i came near
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a recent heart of the music i listen is not just this body recently or it's all of all of it and. we're doing together in this sort of. the red dress project work closely with the sound engineer team or core team who samples pickers music live during the concert and looked back into the performance .
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i must say this impressed me so much i really didn't imagine that it could be such a homely feeling in here and i don't mean holy is in holes but there's a real all i hopefully not in the direction of the new it's such a it's makes you feel so peaceful the stuff that's one of the things it can do i think it can also add it to and when you need to be agitated to do that with the music well i think it basically just accelerates whatever you want to communicate from it so when you're in the dress what do you become you decide on the night do you feel the audience energy the music that we're playing in this residence is happening for the first time some some there are some four chorus take elements that i've been playing for years and years but these exact sort of constellations of music we've never done before and the technical element of it with never done before so if if i can already in the first concert feel like you know i'm just. receiving and giving then i'm i'm happy whatever whatever the notes are that come
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out whatever you would feel in a normal concert platform you feel it kind of ten times why is that because you're more alone because you know it's it's us and we have of course me put a lot of effort a lot of time into this happening do you have a plan of what you want to do or are you completely free when you get into the dress well for these concerts we've got two different plants. one of them is over more sort of. sort of folk they're like very natural communications i'm speaking just kind of. that kind of a thing the other one is more of a sort of longer are just more or more of an extra nic aesthetic in the music so there's going to be a bit more sort of. room for it an audience member to kind of access hopefully their own issues their own things during the music some more more kind of gradual
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influencing of the minds of mindset of the listener do you find this is easier for you to do in music with classical pieces or with with your we are full of improvising i think of the call so we come to to music that was created today the easier it is that it gets i can't wait to hear the concert and to see you. charm these berliners into into this i mean to get into these pockets it's just incredible i can't wait it's such a lovely gesture isn't it it is and you have to see it's to believe it really. comes down. time for the concept. this is the usual way into the we're going in the back way because this is only for the sun whereas.
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this is really something i have not experience in a berlin concert life before gets very unique. that's what i'm getting into to get the concerts about to start reading looking forward to this one. next imus is using.
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