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TED2016

Amanda Palmer, Jherek Bischoff, Usman Riaz: "Space Oddity"

アマンダ・パーマー、ジェレク・ビショフ、ウスマン・リアス: スペイス・オディティ

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歌手のアマンダ・パーマーが「スペイス・オディティ」のカバーで比類なきデヴィッド・ボウイを称えます。ステージで彼女と共演するのはジェレク・ビショフ、TEDフェローのウスマン・リアス、そして誰あろう、アル・ゴア元副大統領その人です。

- Musician, blogger
Alt-rock icon Amanda Fucking Palmer believes we shouldn't fight the fact that digital content is freely shareable -- and suggests that artists can and should be directly supported by fans. Full bio

- Arranger, conductor
Jherek Bischoff is a Los Angeles-based composer, arranger, producer and multi-instrumental performer. Full bio

- Percussive guitarist
Young guitarist Usman Riaz pulls a rich, swirling sound out of the acoustic guitar. Full bio

(Music音楽)
(前奏)
00:13
Amandaアマンダ Palmerパーマー (singing歌う):
Ground接地 Controlコントロール to Majorメジャー Tomトム,
(アマンダ・パーマー) 地上管制よりトム少佐へ
00:29
Ground接地 Controlコントロール to Majorメジャー Tomトム,
地上管制よりトム少佐へ
00:36
Take your proteinタンパク質 pills丸薬
and put your helmetヘルメット on.
プロテイン錠を飲んで
ヘルメットを着用してください
00:44
Alアル Goreゴア: Ten, Nineナイン, Eight8, Sevenセブン, Six6人 ...
(アル・ゴア) 10、9、8、7、6 ・・・
00:53
APAP: Ground接地 Controlコントロール to Majorメジャー Tomトム,
(パーマー) 地上管制よりトム少佐へ
00:57
AGAG: Five, Four, Three, Two, One ...
APAP: Commencing開始 countdownカウントダウン, enginesエンジン on.
(ゴア) 5、4、3、2、1 ・・・
(パーマー) カウントダウン開始 エンジン始動
01:02
Checkチェック ignition点火
点火確認
01:10
and mayかもしれない God's神の love be with you.
神の愛の共にあらんことを
01:12
AGAG: Liftoff降ろす.
(ゴア) 発射
01:15
APAP: This is Ground接地 Controlコントロール to Majorメジャー Tomトム,
(パーマー) 地上管制よりトム少佐へ
01:30
You've really made the gradeグレード
見事目標に到達しました
01:36
And the papers論文 want to know
あなたのシャツがどこのか
01:41
whoseその shirtsシャツ you wear着る.
報道陣が知りたがっていますよ
01:45
Now it's time to leave離れる the capsuleカプセル
船外に出る時です
01:49
if you dareあえて.
準備ができているなら
01:54
"This is Majorメジャー Tomトム to Ground接地 Controlコントロール,
「トム少佐より地上管制へ
01:58
I'm steppingステッピング throughを通して the doorドア
これからドアの外へ出る
02:03
And I'm floatingフローティング in a most最も peculiar特有の way
すごく妙な感じに浮かんでいるよ
02:08
And the stars look very different異なる today今日.
今日は星が随分違って見える
02:15
For here am I floatingフローティング round円形 my tin can.
我がブリキ缶の周りを漂っている
02:23
Far遠く above上の the world世界,
世界の遙か上で
02:32
Planet惑星 Earth地球 is blue
地球は青く
02:39
and there's nothing I can do."
私にできることは何もない」
02:43
(Music音楽)
(間奏)
02:49
"Thoughしかし I'm past過去 100,000 milesマイル,
「10万マイルを過ぎたが
03:19
I'm feeling感じ very still,
とても落ち着いている
03:26
and I think my spaceship宇宙船 knows知っている
whichどの way to go.
船は行くべき先を
知っているようだ
03:31
Tell my wife I love her very much
妻に愛していると伝えてほしい
03:39
she knows知っている."
彼女は分かっている」
03:43
Ground接地 Controlコントロール to Majorメジャー Tomトム,
地上管制よりトム少佐へ
03:48
your circuit's回路 deadデッド,
回線に障害
03:52
there's something wrong違う.
何かがおかしい
03:54
Can you hear聞く me, Majorメジャー Tomトム?
聞こえますか トム少佐?
03:56
Can you hear聞く me, Majorメジャー Tomトム?
聞こえますか トム少佐?
04:00
Can you hear聞く me, Majorメジャー Tomトム?
聞こえますか トム少佐?
04:04
Can you ...
聞こえ・・・
04:08
"Here am I floatingフローティング round円形 my tin can,
「我がブリキ缶の周りを漂っている
04:09
far遠い above上の the Moon.
月の遙か上で
04:17
Planet惑星 Earth地球 is blue
地球は青く
04:25
and there's nothing I can do.
私にできることは何もない
04:28
(Music音楽)
(間奏)
04:35
["I'm not a prophet預言者 or a stone-age石器時代 man,
私は予言者でも 石器人でもなく—
05:29
just a mortal死ぬ with the potential潜在的な
of a supermanスーパーマン ...
超人となる可能性で生きている
ただの男だ
05:33
... I'm living生活 on."
Davidデビッド Bowieボウイ, 1947-2016]
— デヴィッド・ボウイ (1947-2016)
05:37
(Applause拍手)
(拍手)
05:40
Translated by Yasushi Aoki
Reviewed by Eriko T.

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About the speakers:

Amanda Palmer - Musician, blogger
Alt-rock icon Amanda Fucking Palmer believes we shouldn't fight the fact that digital content is freely shareable -- and suggests that artists can and should be directly supported by fans.

Why you should listen

Amanda Palmer commands attention. The singer-songwriter-blogger-provocateur, known for pushing boundaries in both her art and her lifestyle, made international headlines this year when she raised nearly $1.2 million via Kickstarter (she’d asked for $100k) from nearly 25,000 fans who pre-ordered her new album, Theatre Is Evil.
 
But the former street performer, then Dresden Dolls frontwoman, now solo artist hit a bump the week her world tour kicked off. She revealed plans to crowdsource additional local backup musicians in each tour stop, offering to pay them in hugs, merchandise and beer per her custom. Bitter and angry criticism ensued (she eventually promised to pay her local collaborators in cash). And it's interesting to consider why. As Laurie Coots suggests: "The idea was heckled because we didn't understand the value exchange -- the whole idea of asking the crowd for what you need when you need it and not asking for more or less."

Summing up her business model, in which she views her recorded music as the digital equivalent of street performing, she says: “I firmly believe in music being as free as possible. Unlocked. Shared and spread. In order for artists to survive and create, their audiences need to step up and directly support them.”

Amanda's non-fiction book, The Art of Asking, digs deeply into the topics she addressed in her TED Talk. 

More profile about the speaker
Amanda Palmer | Speaker | TED.com
Jherek Bischoff - Arranger, conductor
Jherek Bischoff is a Los Angeles-based composer, arranger, producer and multi-instrumental performer.

Why you should listen

Jherek Bischoff has collaborated with the likes of Kronos Quartet, Bang on a Can, David Byrne and Neil Gaiman, and he has performed in venues and festivals around the globe including Royal Albert Hall for BBC Proms, Carnegie Hall, Radio City Music Hall, Adelaide Festival and Tasmania's MONA FOMA. His work as a composer has garnered commissions from Kronos Quartet, Lincoln Center, and St Ann's Warehouse and has been performed by Seattle Symphony, Adelaide Art Orchestra, Wordless Music, Stargaze and yMusic.

His critically-acclaimed releases include 2016's Cistern, 2012's Composed, and a co-release in 2016 with Amanda Palmer, Strung Out In Heaven: A Bowie String Quartet Tribute. He has been interviewed by Terry Gross on "Fresh Air" and by Jonathan Ross for BBC Radio 2's "Arts Show". In 2014, Bischoff made his musical scoring debut with Johnny Breitwieser at Vienna's Schauspielhaus; in 2015, Bischoff ventured into television, contributing work to Starz' "Blunt Talk" and Netflix's "Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp."

Bischoff was the artist in residence for the month of August for Times Square's Midnight Moment, where his video for "Cistern" was broadcast every night on Times Square's electronic billboards, culminating in two live performances in the middle of Times Square. He is currently working on his next musical score for Theater Basel's production of "Das Fliegende Klassenzimmer," which premieres in December, and a collaborative album with Kronos Quartet.

More profile about the speaker
Jherek Bischoff | Speaker | TED.com
Usman Riaz - Percussive guitarist
Young guitarist Usman Riaz pulls a rich, swirling sound out of the acoustic guitar.

Why you should listen

TEDGlobal Fellow Usman Riaz is a young Pakistani musician making a worldwide mark with his astonishing and fun-to-listen-to technique. Influenced by percussive guitarists--who move beyond strumming to striking, treating their fretboard like the soundboard of a piano--Riaz makes a sound that feels larger than the instrument itself, with a compelling pattern of repetition and variation that harkens to mystical music traditions.

In 2011, a viral video for his song "Fire Fly" helped bring his sound from the small-but-thriving Pakistani music community to a global audience. He's now collaborating with other musicians in Pakistan and working on a new album of original music.

More profile about the speaker
Usman Riaz | Speaker | TED.com