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tv   Arts and Culture  Deutsche Welle  May 10, 2019 11:45pm-12:00am CEST

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the saxophone to talk about her instruments affinity for classical music and even opera and her latest album. and in the lead up to the cannes film festival next week the festival's official and michelin starred chef. prepares to the stars. well it's perhaps the most famous memoir of jewish persecution under the nazis in occupied europe and frank's diary of a young girl and many of us have read her account of the two years her family spent in hiding in an amsterdam attic or at least read one of several parts of it edited versions well now a new edition is true to the one a budding writer herself intended to publish. glorie new spawn new and frank she played theatre with her a nazi occupied amsterdam she's now ninety one but she remembers and frank very well as bright and cheeky. we also kept diaries but not when we were
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not at the age of eleven or twelve or thirteen as she was then she was always writing or hiding what she'd written i had no idea then. and the girl from the back of the house recording everyday life as experienced by jews in hiding from the s.s. her diary initially documents a child's observations in the worst of times but starting in around one thousand nine hundred four she began to revise her notes with a view to later publication this version has never before been available in a standalone edition the publishing house a session is now putting that right and providing an alternative to the more widespread version of the diary. this is finding it was mainly down to otto frank who put the two versions of the diary together after the war it was this hybrid that was then published as the standard and frank diary. on the on talk of course for us in the tallness of anne frank father combined the two versions after his
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daughter's death now we have what is being presented as the most authentic version of her own. it all took place in amsterdam behind a door hidden by a bookcase this is the confined space where an lived for years against the daily fight for survival and frank mature from child diarist into a young woman with literary ambitions at the point when she decided to become a writer her diary matures to the end frank foundation in amsterdam is thrilled by this piece of world literature. i think when you compare it to what we know as a diary you will see many many many differences many changes and that exactly those changes is where you spur the talent where you're seeing that every change every editing she's doing is showing what a great literary talent she was this is what you can see this is definitely the version that and frank wrote with the idea of publishing it later after the war of
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attrition. glory enough spam who was a professor of literature is also convinced that this new version of the diary comes closest to it and frank's intention. of the. bench nobody would dream of editing bits of the original draft of files together with the final version before you can read the original to get an idea of how good a revised improved in deep in debt and that's the way to approach and frank too much of a proper while i want to go on living even after my death the words of anne frank with her literature she succeed it now more than ever. it is an award winning musician and she's on a mission to reveal to the world the incredible versatility of the saxophone about her instrument of choice since the year two thousand the rather than stay with the more typical jazz repertoire the german ukrainian soloist is an avid pusher of
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boundaries that means classical music and deep explorations of period music that she approaches in a highly unconventional way. for us this instrument has everything and it can do anything it can dress up like a dance soloist and sergei prokofiev romeo and juliet. or like a string instrument in order to play bass. or even like a singer for money where the fires come see honest. as i mean it was invented because by the middle of the nineteenth century everything already existed there was symphony orchestra's there was opera then suddenly there was this instrument that had a whole family soprano tenor baritone and so on so what do you do with it and i
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think people tried dressing it up to sound like an oboe a clarinet a trumpet like string instruments like singing and that's how this kind of carnival mood came about. carnival is also the title of fatah of us most recent album for which the twenty nine year old had opera arias and a ballet transcribed for her instrument that kind of experimentation is a hallmark of her work. and twenty sixteen she won the eco classic award as best newcomer for her past transcriptions which convinced even purists of the versatility of the instrument. it was her father who originally wanted to learn the saxophone but then his highly talented daughter discovered it for herself. abandoned her piano lessons for good. since then us here for taylor has been a missionary for the saxophone it was invented by the belgian i don't know if sax who patented his instrument in paris in eight hundred forty six.
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that. day but it wasn't until the one nine hundred twenty s. and thirty's that it really took off in jazz crazy berlin with music by composers such as i don't push court via and and claim that. they were later driven into exile by the nazis their music vilified as degenerate with the sax a symbol of non arian decadence. in the one nine hundred thirty s. the saxophone was really exploited and became an unfortunate victim of propaganda of i thought this era was so wonderful and i had the idea to record music from the one nine hundred twenty s. this beautiful time a real golden age for berlin and for all of europe of me. they have his latest project takes original compositions for saxophone by so-called
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failed composers and orchestrates the miss chamber music. here to what makes her playing so special her musical temperament paired with virtual as a technique is obvious. bit by bit as he is reclaiming for classical music an instrument whose true identity continues to be obscured by propaganda and prejudice. her. well as the a fatty of a just celebrated a birthday on thursday as did. funnily enough our next protagonist and he is gearing up for the cannes film festival which of course opens next week and that's
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because he is the official film festival chef which means he has all the lowdown on which film star likes to eat what and he treats them to his endless repertoire of mediterranean cruise een of course and he says that fancy isn't his name concern but rather fresh fresh fresh. green zero zero zero has to inform him on history into a two star restaurants many celebrities at the cannes festival come to dine in the shop to screenings. for over two decades to still shed the opening going on and other official events. classic dishes from the region of programs to actors and directors from all over the world. so his guest list reads like the closing credits of a blockbuster movie. rather see a stunt because he's already we will go through from the outside of you know what
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we did with doing this so they wrote. this for and you know will go toward the love screen. to sort of become kidman to the girl did not she's a very good the regular because your book will give you the look of the bird flu for good or for you bored so we have to be good. in twenty fourteen kidman starred in festivals opening film grace of monaco opening films in cannes always followed by a dollar dinner. two years ago the ship's organized one of the biggest banquet from the band's history its seventieth anniversary do you believe. as the main course he said lobster and green asparagus and maroon. shrooms. before the decide whether the value of a raspberry swallowing was a jewess so we do that for several gifted people.
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for this is gonna dinner was it also put together three homemade variations on the simplest dish of all right. or. on the people you know looking the good old real you know that they share with you where to see only always with you. the breads move to see that also. one of the preferred if you prefer but now is the property over the now it is time and when. the first moment you know james kitchen cook with seasonal products and because the film festival takes place every year and many attendees often see similar ingredients from year to year there is always plenty of fish and seafood along with celery and lemon resorts have back gate bell peppers and olives. and lot of celebrities are regular guests at the festival then knows what penelope
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cruz likes to eat as well as pedro almodovar spaded foods but he also has a principle never to set the same dish twice at the film festival. but of course as with every rule there's an exception in con it's a typical french cake specialty. one of our following these things like this it is a big but then we serve it with one word event or whatever. and the people can cook on the cob like that and they do it by them said you know we say madeleine thank you this shows you that if i can have a good at. allies if i could be. the only three there. pfizer this is a graph of the mood of. the program may change from year to year but there's always one thing you can count on at the cannes film festival that celebrities from all over the world on looking forward to bruno pushchairs delicious canary creations.
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some mouthwatering stuff well do stay tuned next week for lots more from the cannes film festival my colleague scott ross perot will of course be reporting from the quad set and we'll have lots on the web site as well i w dot com slash culture and don't forget to check us out on facebook and twitter of course but that's all for now so until bad best from all of us here in berlin and by. the.
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