Hear Me Out

  • Title: Hear Me Out
  • Author: Armando Iannucci
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 236
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Hear Me Out A celebration of music from the creator of Alan Partridge The Thick of It Veep and The Death of Stalin All my days I ve felt pressurized by the anonymous Keepers of the Cool who tell us what we sho
    A celebration of music from the creator of Alan Partridge, The Thick of It, Veep and The Death of Stalin All my days, I ve felt pressurized by the anonymous Keepers of the Cool who tell us what we should be wearing this year, what digital boxsets we should bunker ourselves in to enjoy, what amazing app is the only one we should be shrieking emotions at our recently acquirA celebration of music from the creator of Alan Partridge, The Thick of It, Veep and The Death of Stalin.All my days, I ve felt pressurized by the anonymous Keepers of the Cool who tell us what we should be wearing this year, what digital boxsets we should bunker ourselves in to enjoy, what amazing app is the only one we should be shrieking emotions at our recently acquired friends with Thankfully, I have the one consolation that if I don t quite fit into all of this, everyone else probably feels the same way So, I say defiantly, I get moved and excited by classical music than by any other musical genre I believe that it is there for us all, inviting us to reach out and touch it.In Hear Me Out Armando Iannucci brilliantly conveys the joy of his musical exploration, each discovery suggesting a fresh direction of travel, another piece, another composer, another time.

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    About Armando Iannucci


    1. Armando Giovanni Iannucci, OBE born 28 November 1963 is a Scottish comedian, satirist, writer, television director and radio producer Born in Glasgow, he studied at Oxford University and left graduate work on a PhD about John Milton to pursue a career in comedy.Rising quickly through BBC Scotland and BBC Radio 4, his early work with Chris Morris on the radio series On the Hour was transferred to television as The Day Today A character from this series, Alan Partridge, went on to feature in a number of Iannucci s television and radio programmes including Knowing Me, Knowing You and I m Alan Partridge In the meantime, Iannucci also fronted the satirical Armistice review shows and in 2001 created his most personal work, The Armando Iannucci Shows for Channel 4 2 Moving back to the BBC in 2005, Iannucci created the political sitcom The Thick of It as well as the spoof documentary Time Trumpet in 2006 Winning funding from the UK Film Council, he directed a critically acclaimed feature film In the Loop featuring characters from The Thick of It in 2009 As a result of these works, he has been described by The Daily Telegraph as the hardman of political satire Other works during this period include an operetta libretto, Skin Deep and his radio series Charm Offensive.Iannucci s latest television project is the HBO political satire Veep In March 2012 it was announced that he is working on his first novel, Tongue International, described as a satirical fantasy about a privatised language.


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    1. The first half is essays, and those where Armando describes his passion for classical music are a joy to read, with all the warmth and humour that you might expect. If, though, you don’t really know anything about classical music, you soon come unstuck. As much as he enthuses that it is for everyone there are discussions here that really go flying over my head. Are scherzos too flippant to be worthwhile? No, apparently not. Also, what’s a scherzo? I still don’t really know, nor where to st [...]

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    2. Armando loves classical music. Lots of people nowadays don’t. He tries to persuade us to like it. And also chucks in a load of columns he’s written for classical music magazines. And then at the end of the book there’s the libretto for an opera he wrote. Entertaining throughout and has made me consider listening to some classical music.

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