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Rachelle Garniez: "La Vie en Rose"

トーマス・ドルビーとラシェル・ガニエ

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アコーディオン奏者で歌い手でもあるラシェル・ガニエのいたずらなベル演奏、ボーカルとトーマス・ドルビーによるキーボードのコラボレーション--TED House Bandがエディス・ピアフ原曲の"バラ色の人生"の素晴らしい演奏をお送りします。

- Musician
Mischievous and deeply original, accordionist Rachelle Garniez plays her own witty songs and gives a beautiful swing to the classics. Full bio

- Electronic music pioneer
Thomas Dolby has spent his career at the intersection of music and technology. He was an early star on MTV, then moved to Silicon Valley, then went back on the road with his album, "A Map of the Floating City." Full bio

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トーマス ドルビー:純粋な楽しみのため
00:21
pleaseお願いします welcomeようこそ theその lovely美しい,
お迎えください 美しく
00:23
theその delectableおいしい,
愛らしい 2カ国語話者でもある
00:25
andそして theその bilingualバイリンガル Rachelleラシェル Garniezガルニエ.
ラシェル ガニエです
00:27
(Applause拍手)
(拍手)
00:33
(Bells)
(ベル)
00:40
(Trumpetトランペット)
(トランペット)
01:30
Rachelleラシェル Garniezガルニエ: ♫ Quand ilil me prendプレンド dansダンス sesセス brasブラジャー
♫彼の腕に包まれ♫
01:48
Ilil me parleパラレル tout誘惑する basベース, ♫
♫私に語りかける♫
01:53
Je voisボイス la vie争う enエン roseローズ. ♫
♫バラ色の人生♫
01:56
Ilil me dit中途半端な desdes motsモット d'amourダモア, ♫
♫彼がささやく愛の言葉♫
02:04
Desdes motsモット de tousトゥース les joursジュール, ♫
♫いつもの詞♫
02:08
Etet caca me fait面倒な quelqueクェルク chose選択した. ♫
♫それが大切なの♫
02:12
Ilil estEST(東部基準時 entreエントレ dansダンス mon coeurクール
♫彼は私の心の中♫
02:18
Uneune part de bonheur骨抜き
♫幸せなひと時♫
02:23
Dontいけない je connaisシンガポール la cause原因. ♫
♫だってわかってる♫
02:27
C'estc'est luiルイ pour注ぐ moiモイ. Moiモイ pour注ぐ luiルイ
♫彼は私のため、私は彼のため♫
02:33
Dansダンス la vie争う, ♫
♫彼が言ってくれた♫
02:39
Ilil me l'a私は dit中途半端な, l'a私は jure治癒する [pour注ぐ] la vie争う. ♫
♫--君を愛し続けると誓う--♫
02:42
Etet desdes queキュー je l'apercoisl'apercois
♫彼が見えるとすぐに♫
02:51
Alorsアース je sens感覚 enエン moiモイ
♫ああ 感じるわ♫
02:57
Mon coeurクール quiクイ batコウモリ
♫高鳴る鼓動を♫
03:02
(Applause拍手)
(拍手)
03:12
Translated by Takahiro Shimpo
Reviewed by Yuki Saito

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About the speakers:

Rachelle Garniez - Musician
Mischievous and deeply original, accordionist Rachelle Garniez plays her own witty songs and gives a beautiful swing to the classics.

Why you should listen

Rachelle Garniez inhabits a skewed musical universe of accordions, ocarinas and women who growl like Tom Waits. Her brilliant playing has landed her gigs with musicians such as Rufus Wainwright and Dan Zanes, and she prowls around the neo-cabaret scene with her band the Fortunate Few. She's also a musical co-director of the theatrical troupe The Citizens Band.

Her latest album with the Fortunate Few is 2008's The Melusine Years.

More profile about the speaker
Rachelle Garniez | Speaker | TED.com
Thomas Dolby - Electronic music pioneer
Thomas Dolby has spent his career at the intersection of music and technology. He was an early star on MTV, then moved to Silicon Valley, then went back on the road with his album, "A Map of the Floating City."

Why you should listen

Perhaps best known for blinding us with science, Thomas Dolby has always blurred the lines between composition and invention. As a London teenager, Tom Robertson was fascinated with the convergence of music and technology. His experiments with an assortment of keyboards, synthesizers and cassette players led his friends to dub him “Dolby.” That same fascination later drove him to become an electronic musician and multimedia artist whose groundbreaking work fused music with computer technology and video. Two decades, several film scores, five Grammy nominations and countless live-layered sound loops later, it's clear Dolby's innovations have changed the sound of popular music.

In the 1990s, Dolby re-created himself as a digital-musical entrepreneur, founding Beatnik, which developed the polyphonic ringtone software used in more than half a billion cell phones. From 2001 to 2012, Dolby served as TED's Music Director, programming great music for the TED stage, assembling a wide variety of house bands and collaborations to play between speakers. At TED2010, backed by the string quarter Ethel, he premiered the song "Love Is a Loaded Pistol," from his sweeping, A Map of the Floating City. The album marked his return to recording and touring after a 15-year hiatus, and used seriously retro technology -- '40s-era oscilloscopes and Royal Navy field-test equipment -- to control modern synthesizers, in shows at once nostalgic and cutting edge.

In 2014, Dolby took on a new name: professor. He was named the Homewood Professor of the Arts at Johns Hopkins University, teaching the course "Sound on Film."

More profile about the speaker
Thomas Dolby | Speaker | TED.com