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“But Abreu's laying of foundations for the future of El Sistema, says Rattle, is due to the ethos among its musicians of handing it on.”
“Or was he (as I now think most likely) simply what our ancestors called a Rattle, a man from whose mouth information, true and false, flows out all day long without consideration, almost without volition?”
“A spokesman for MacKay, Jay Paxton, refused to provide more detail on MacKay's apparent 2009 flight to Burnt Rattle, which is co-owned by one of MacKay's personal friends, the chair of a federal Crown corporation.”
“From the Sky Down': U2, looking back on a funk "The Joshua Tree," sending them on a global stadium tour, part of which was chronicled in a tediously important, black-and-white documentary called "Rattle and Hum," in which their earnest enthusiasm for rootsy blues and rock verged on the embarrassingly pedantic.”
“Because without a shilling he could not exchange that square of cardboard with "Rattle" on it for his one friend, Tinkler.”
“Rattle" in three - or four-minute sessions, meaning bang the antlers together for a few minutes, then sit tight and don't move.”
“I turned it into a miniature "Military Rattle Battle", you had a shooter and a spotter if you ever been in one, kinda like a Sniper Team!”
“It was premiered in Boston by the then-barely-known Leonard Bernstein; others who tackled it early in their careers include Seiji Ozawa, Andre Previn, Esa-Pekka Salonen, Simon Rattle and, most recently, Gustavo Dudamel.”
“Not for the first time, nor probably for the last, Hughes was casting his extraordinary spell over an audience which, for two generations now, has been brought up on The Hawk in the Rain, Crow and The Rattle Bag, as well as on the lyrical volcano that is the tale of Ted and Sylvia, one of the great love stories of the 20th century.”
“From such principles, says Rattle, El Sistema deepens and expands.”
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