Watch this ongoing compilation of Spark talks from leading developers and practicioners at Strata + Hadoop World conferences in 2016 (including San Jose, London, Beijing, New York, and Singapore). Throughout the year we'll update the stream of talks covering the latest trends in Spark for real-time analytics and machine learning, as well as tips on how to deploy Spark in production. Topics range from Spark 2.0, anomaly detection with Spark, training deep networks in Spark, and tips for securing and scaling Spark in production.
The Orisha Suite is inspired by some of the Afro-Cuban deities—or orishas—from Lucumí religious lore, with the exception of the soulful, funky, danceable and exquisite opening cut, which is dedicated to—and inspired by—the daughter of the date's leader. As such, nonetheless, the recording is a sonic interpretation of some of the theological tenets associated with this particular religious phenomenon so richly endowed with musical potential. The Orisha Suite has shown that Mossman knows not only how to cast a crew that can communicate and perform together at the level that his music requires, but also how to impersonate his own compositions accordingly as a player with a rich and beautiful tone, fine technique, an inexhaustible well of ideas, and New York street smarts.
The Spark' is an ambitious, inspiring piece of work that poignantly reflects Enter Shikari's legendary career rise to become one of the biggest and most exciting bands the UK has ever seen. Following 4 seminal albums of which 3 have been Top 10, 'The Spark' is produced by David Kosten (Everything Everything, Bat For Lashes), and is Shikari's most melodic and personal album to date; a soundtrack to our tumultuous world, a record for everyone who's filled with frustration but hasn't lost the capacity for hope.
Despite Vivaldi’s impressive output of highly demanding solo concertos for 'flauto' or 'flautino' only one single sonata has survived. Nevertheless there is an overwhelming quantity of music which already was subject of many transformations during the famous “Red Priest’s” time. Traces of Vivaldi’s concertos, violin sonatas and even sacred music can be found in a collection of Six Sonatas by Ignazio Sieber, a German oboe and flute teacher at the Ospedale della Pietà.