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Lyudmila - . Anna . Netrebko. Ruslan - . Vladimir . Ognovenko. Ratmir - . Larissa . Diadkova. Farlaf - . Gennady . Bezzubenkov. Gorislava - . Galina . Gorchakova. Kirov . Orchestra, . Opera . Chorus and . Ballet, . St . Petersburg . Valery . Gergiev. In association with . San . Francisco . Opera. Valery . Gergiev directs the . Kirov . Opera in this spectacular 1995 production of . Russias first operatic masterpiece. . Described by . Tchaikovsky as the . Tsar of operas, . Glinkas . Ruslan and . Lyudmila adapts . Pushkins comic epic drama, a magical mix of sorcery, knight errantry and romance.
The facts are familiar. . Memphis, . Tennessee, . July 18th 1953. . A 19 year old kid wanders into . The . Memphis . Recording . Service at 706 . Union . Avenue. . He wants to record a couple of recent hits as a present for his mother. . Company secretary . Marion . Keisker - alone in the office that day - runs off an extra copy and tells her boss the kids a good ballad singer. . Six months later the kid stops by again, . Marion tells . Sam . Phillips - the boss - to listen. . June 1954. . Sams looking for a session singer. . Marion mentions the kid. . Sams keen but doesnt have his number. . Marion does. . The kids in the studio before the phones back in the cradle. . The kid works with . Sam for a day and hes recommended to . Sun session guitarist . Scotty . Moore. . Scottys unimpressed but books the kid for a session at . Sun on 5th . July. . Rock n . Roll is invented that day and the world changes forever! . But theres a lot more to the legend of . Elvis . Aaron . Presley and the transformation of music and society than is suggested in the story above. . This film looks behind the facts and between the lines and attempts to discover . Why9 and . How? . Why was . Rock . V . Roll invented in . Memphis by a quiet, respectable and religious young man with a passion for all types of music? . How did the events that led up to that fateful session on 5th . July 1954 conspire to create a brand new music and a brand new way of life for all those who came along in its wake? . With contributions from many who were there at the time and from others who have studied the subject in depth, and with rare footage and photographs, and music from those pivotal sessions and from subsequent recording dates, and with a host of other features, this film goes some way to discovering the . Why and the . How. . It is the most detailed, informative and downright entertaining film yet to emerge about this period and about these historical events. . Songs . Featured . Include . Thats . All . Right . Mama . Blue . Moon . Of . Kentucky . I . Dont . Care . If . The . Sun . Dont . Shine . Good . Rockin . Tonight . Milkcow . Blues . Boogie . Youre . A . Heartbreaker . Blue . Moon . Shake . Rattle and . Roll . Im . Left, . Youre . Right, . Shes . Gone . My . Happiness (Elvis first ever recording) . . and many others. Features . Include . Contributions from; lifelong friends of . El\ is. . George . Klein, . Evan . Buzzy . Forbess and . James . Osborne: classmates from . Hume . High . School; 1950s . Memphis . DJ and friend of . Elvis . Wink . Martindale: . Elvis biographers . Alanna . Nash and . Bill . Burk; music historian and journalist . Patrick . Humphries and many others. . Rare . Elvis footage and previously unpublished photographs from private collections. . Music from the . Sun . Sessions plus . Elvis first ever recording. . Extra features include k. The hardest . Elvis trivia quiz in the world ever and digital interactive . Elvis discography.
Founded in 1967, the . MONTREUX . JAZZ . FESTIVAL has established itself as one of the most prestigious annual music events in the world. . The extraordinary list of artists who have played there is drawn from across the musical spectrum and from around the world. . Now, with the consent of the festival and the artists, . Eagle . Vision is making these concerts available on . DVD for the first time. . Track . List: 01. . Everybody . Dance02. . Dance, . Dance, . Dance03. . I . Want . Your . Love04. . Diana . Ross . Medley / . Sister . Sledge . Medley05. . At . Last . Im . Free06. . Chic . Cheer07. . My . Forbidden . Lover08. . Le . Freak09. . Good . Times
Curriculum . Vitae recounts the history of . Camel as told by original band members . Andrew . Latimer, . Doug . Ferguson, . Andy . Ward, and . Peter . Bardens - who sadly passed away just months later, making this his last recorded interview. . Youll see rare footage of the band performing many classic tracks from various stages of their career from the early 1970s to 2000 and hear a touching account of the challenges, successes, and tragedies that befell this tenacious group which has grown into a unique musical entity. . Over 30 years have passed since . Latimer, . Ferguson and . Ward met and began this creative journey as . The . Brew. . This historical account is made that much more special having come full circle with a reunion of the trio, captured on video and included as . Bonus . Footage. . Together, . Andrew, . Doug and . Andy tell amusing stories of their first meetings with great fondness. . An excerpt of rehearsals during their . March/. April 2003 recording session at . Little . Barn studios will give viewers a taste of the all new, original material scheduled for release in late 2003. . For more information check . Camels web site.
Verdis grand opera . Aida was composed for the new . Cairo . Opera . House, built in 1871 as part of the celebrations to mark the opening of the . Suez . Canal. . In . Aida, . Verdi created a masterpiece of spectacular opera in the . Italian style whose pomp and ceremony, fanfares and triumphs scarcely conceal the infinite sadness which emanates from the music. . Aida is one of . Verdis most perfect scores in its atmosphere, characterisation and seemingly inexhaustible supply of melody. The . Arena di . Verona, built in the first century . B. C. , provides a natural and apt setting for . Aida. The cast is led by the soprano . Maria . Chiara in the title role, with . Fiorenza . Cossotto, one of the great interpreters of . Amneris, . Nicola . Martinucci as . Radames and . Giuseppe . Scandola as . Amonasro. . Opera in four acts
The . Kirov . Ballet offers its unmatched interpretation of the finest of . Parisian . Romantic ballets, where undying love triumphs over betrayal and death. . This production offers a choreographic text and dramatic understanding dating from the ballets first . Russian performance in 1842. . It also offers the rare chance to see . Soviet dancers performing live in the . USSR.
Theyre probably the best band in the world, and more than 35 years into a quite staggering career they still manage to excite the worlds rock fans by producing new material as strong as anything else around. This film tells the story of . AC/. DCs first era - the one when the legendary and much loved . Bon . Scott fronted the group. . With the help of rare band footage, exclusive interviews, contributions from those who knew . Bon and the rest of the lads best, location shots and news clips, seldom seen photographs - many from private collections - and a host of other features, this . DVT) is the finest film made to date on this part of the . AC/. DC story.
. Manon, wrote . Puccini to his publisher . Giulio . Ricordi in 1889, is a heroine . I believe in and therefore she cannot fail to win the heart of the public. . This turned out to be a truly prophetic statement since none of . Puccinis other world successes were received on their first nights as rapturously as . Manon . Lescaut. . The popularity of . Puccinis great masterpiece has never waned and the highly acclaimed . Gotz . Friedrich production at . Covent . Garden was hailed as an operatic milestone. . Two of the worlds leading stars - . Kiri . Te . Kanawa and . Placido . Domingo head a strong cast which is conducted by the brilliant . Italian conductor . Giuseppe . Sinopoli. . Act . I-. IV
Tracks: 01. . Overture 02. . Better . The . Devil . You . Know 03. . In . Your . Eyes 04. . Giving . You . Up 05. . On . A . Night . Like . This 06. . Shocked 07. . What . Do . I . Have . To . Do 08. . Spinning . Around 09. . In . Denial 10. . Je . Ne . Sais . Pas . Pourquoi 11. . Confide . In . Me 12. . Red . Blooded . Woman / . Where . The . Wild . Roses . Grow 13. . Slow 14. . Please . Stay 15. . Over . The . Rainbow 16. . Come . Into . My . World 17. . Chocolate 18. . I . Believe . In . You 19. . Dreams 20. . Hand . On . Your . Heart 21. . The . Loco-motion 22. . I . Should . Be . So . Lucky 23. . Your . Disco . Needs . You 24. . Put . Yourself . In . My . Place25. . Cant . Get . You . Out . Of . My . Head 26. . Especially . For . You 27. . Love . At . First . Sigh
December 29, 1990-. My brother, . Brian, just phoned, . Get your ass down here and film! . NOFX and . Pennywise are opening for . Bad . Religion! . Eric (of . NOFX) says its cool. . I arrive at the . El . Portal . Theater in . N. . Hollywood a little before 5:00 . PM. . No hassles from security - theyve been expecting us. . The theater is relatively empty. . except for the members of . Bad . Religion. . They see us, we all nod our heads, . Whats up? . Theyre ready for their sound check; . I start taping. . Were the only camera guys in the house-thats how . I became the only cameraman to film the . Bad . Religion . Riot of 1990 from first beer bottle thrown to the last. . . The . Fire . Marshalls decision to cancel the gig incited an over-capacity crowd of 1,000 . Bad . Religion fans into an angry mob. . Rocks and beer bottles went flying causing an estimated $25,000 in damages. . Paramedics rescued the injured, firemen hosed the masses, and police escorted the diehards. . Youve seen . The . Riot footage when . KABC-. TV aired it internationally on . ABC . World . News . Tonight and when . Pennywise used it in their 1995 . Epitaph release . Pennywise: . Home . Movies. . Now you can see it live and uncut in its entirety. . Bad . Religion: . The . Riot - a piece of punk rock history. -. Richard . White . Tracklist: 01. . Were . Only . Gonna . Die 02. . Part . III 03. . Par . II 04. . Damned . To . De . Free 05. . How . Much . Is . Enough? 06. . Doin . Time 07. . You . Are . The . Government 08. . Yesterday 09. . Land . Of . Competition 10. . Bad . Religion 11. . Politics 12. . Fuck . Armageddon. . 13. . Voice . Of . God . Is . Government 14. . Frogger 15. . Drastic . Action 16. . When 17. 21 . St . Century . Digital . Boy 18. . The . Riot 19. . Doin . Time (Remastered) 20. . Part . III (Remastered)
Disc 1: 01. . Gold . In . The . Sunset - . Bob . Schneider 02. . Walk . In . Jerusalem - . Blind . Boys . Of . Alabama 03. . Seven . Year . Ache - . Rosanne . Cash 04. . I . Am . The . Cancer - . Sloan 05. . Anthem . For . A 17 . Year . Old . Girl - . Broken . Social . Scene 06. . Darts . Of . Pleasure - . Franz . Ferdinand 07. . Crazy . Dream - . Los . Lonely . Boys 08. . Light . In . Your . Eyes - . Sheryl . Crow 09. . Sister . Surround - . The . Soundtrack . Of . Our . Lives 10. . Its . The . Nighttime - . Josh . Rouse11. . The . New . Kid - . Old 97s 12. . Ghost - . Howie . Day . Disc 2: 01. . The . Way . That . He . Sings - . My . Morning . Jacket 02. . Streets . Are . Callin - . The . Neville . Brothers 03. . First . Tube - . Trey . Anastasio 04. . Debaser-. Pixies 05. . Be . Be . Your . Love - . Rachael . Yamagata 06. . Alone . Again . Or - . Calexico 07. . Your . Lies - . Shelby . Lynne 08. . Wasting . Time - . Jack . Johnson 09. . The . Day . John . Henry . Died - . Drive-. By . Truckers 10. . The . One . Thing - . Pat . Green . Featuring . Jack . Ingram 11. . Wheels - . Cake 12. . Brown . Eyed . Blues - . Ben . Harper
This remarkable . DVD includes rare . TV and film performances, an especially rare radio interview with . Mike . Wallace, an audio-only rehearsal session with pianist . Jimmy . Rowles, audio interviews with friends and fellow musicians, an interactive timeline and an evocative photo - document gallery featuring hundreds of dates and images, from rare photos to personal letters, plus . Lady . Days complete recording history for major record companies. . Performance highlights include three from 1956s . Stars of . Jazz . TV that arc seen hare for the first time since their original broadcast. . Holidays first appearance on film, . Duke . Ellingtons . Saddest . Tale, and the classic . Tine and . Mellow with . Lester . Young. . Goleman . Hawkins, and other jazz greats. Film and . TV . Performances1. . Saddest . Tale2. . The . Blues . Are . Brewin3. . Do . You . Know . What . It . Means . To . Miss . Hew . Orleans4. . Please dont . Talk . About . Me . When . Im . Gone5. . Billies . Blues6. . My . Man (Mon . Homme) 7. . Fine and . Mellow8. . What . A . Little . Moonlight . Can . Do9. . St. . Louis . Blues - . Bessie . Smith10. . I . Cover the . Waterfront - . Louis . Armstrong. Audio . Performances1. . Swing! . Brother, . Swing! 2. . They . Cant . Take . That . Away . From . Me3. . Do . Nothing . Till . You . Hear . From . Me4. . Ill get . By 5. . I . Wonder . Where . Our . Love . Has . Gone
. A mighty achievement. . Thank you. . John . Lennon. . a monumental achievement that has influenced every music documentary since . New . Classics . For most of its history, popular music has rarely been that which most people like. . Jazz, for instance, has always been a minority interest. . But in the era which was dominated by swing, the music and its popularity were equally matched. . White musicians became bored with the asinine popular music they were expected to play, music pumped out by . Tin . Pan . Alley, and tried to emulate the style and freedom of their black counterparts. . Most of them were too intelligent as musicians to indulge in mere imitation. . What they created was the first white music based on black music which was not stolen from black music.
No artist in recent years has made an impact on the music industry like 50 . Cent has. . From his almost unbelievable upbringing - involving the murder of his mother, being shot nine times at close range and an abortive record deal with . Sony - 50s story reads like a movie script. . For the first time 50 . Cent: . Real . Money relates the full story on this one time drug dealer and music industry reject who went on to become the future of hip-hop. . Packed with interviews, this documentary film points the cameras where they have never previously preyed, telling the story of 50s meteoric rise from the street, to him becoming the most exciting star in hip hop today. - . The complete and unauthorised biography of 50 . Cent - . Includes exclusive interviews - . Insider revelations on 50s success - . DVD special features include extensive 50 . Cent discography and a fan quiz * * * . За последние годы никому еще не удавалось оказать такое влияние на музыкальную индустрию, как 50 . Cent. . Судьба 50 . Cent похожа на сценарий кинофильма. . Его юные годы не поддаются описанию - убийство матери, девять выстрелов в упор и расторжение контракта с . Sony. 50 . Cent - . Реальные бабки впервые рассказывает всю историю бывшего наркодилера, отвергнутого музыкальной индустрией, который не смотря ни на что не сдался, чтобы стать будущим хип-хопа. . В документальный фильм вошли как интервью, так и неизвестные ранее видеокадры, рассказывающие о головокружительном взлете с улиц . Нью-. Йорка до уровня самой заметной звезды современного хип-хопа.
Barry . Manilow is a master showman who makes each lyrical passage an intimate gift to fans. . His sold-out performance in the heart of . Music . City . USA provides insights and highlights into this exceptional performers 25-year career. . From the first standing ovation to the last, . Barry . Manilows diverse style will enchant any music enthusiast. . Tracklist: 01. . Could . It . Be . Magic? 02. . Somewhere . In . The . Night 03. . Tryin . To . Get . The . Feeling 04. . Cant . Smile . Without . You 05. . Bandstand . Boogie 06. . Mandy 07. . Even . Now 08. . Daybreak 09. . Flight . Of . The . Bumblebee10. . All . The . Time 11. . New . York . City . Rhythm 12. . Every . Single . Day 13. . I . Am . Your . Child 14. . This . Ones . For . You 15. . Sinatra . Overture 16. . Chicago (My . Kind of . Town) 17. . Thats . Life 18. . When . October . Goes 19. . Weekend . In . New . England 20. . Copacabana 21. . I . Made . It . Through . The . Rain 22. . One . Voice / . I . Write . The . Songs 23. . Stars . In . The . Nigh
In recent years . John . Eliot . Gardiners name has been linked more than any other to a huge upsurge of interest in . Monteverdis extraordinary . Vespers of . Id 10. lieu-itched al his firsl hearing of the work us a child, he went on to conduct it as a . Cambridge undergraduate. . For that first performance of the then almost unheard-of . Vespers, . Gardiner formed . The . Monteverdi . Choir, which today enjoys a considerable international reputation in the performance of a wide range of music. . In all of their performances over the last twenty-five years the choir has been accompanied by . The . English . Baroque . Soloists, also founded by . Gardiner (in 1978). . It is these forces, together with . His . Majesties . Sagbutts and . Cornetts and the . London . Oratory . Junior . Choir, which perform the . Vespers in . St. . Marks. While the . Vespers were published three years before . Monteverdi took up his post as maestro di cappella of . St. . Marks, . Gardiner believes the work may well have been written to attract the attention of the . Venetian authorities. . For, although a highly successful court composer in . Mantua, . Monteverdi was deeply unhappy there and would have seen . Venice as likely to . In-more appreciative of his talents. (Indeed, he stayed in . Venice for the remaining thirty years of his life and enjoyed there the eminence and fortune which he considered his due. ) . In his introduction to the performance, . Gardiner produces evidence from the . Venetian . State . Archives to suggest that it may have been the . Vespers which were performed at . Monteverdis audition for the . St. . Marks job. In fact the origins of the . Vespers are shrouded in mystery - and it is not even known where or whether they were performed in . Monteverdis lifetime . Nevertheless, it is. as . John . Eliot . Gardiner contends, a work that fits the architecture and resonance of . St. . Marks perfectly. . As the composer of . L. Orfeo, . Monteverdi was a man of the theatre par excellence. . Musically, the . Vespers are . L. Orfeos twin and form a highly theatrical work which seems to find its natural stage in . St. . Marks. . Although much of . Gardiners performance takes place on a central platform, he also positions singers, at different times, in pulpits, galleries and archways, creating an extraordinary visual and acoustic effect. In recent years the . Vespers have been the subject of considerable speculation. . Some academics have argued that the . Vespers as published do not constitute a liturgical or musical entity. . The interweaving of the psalms and the sometimes remarkably sensuous motets, in place of the traditional plainchant and antiphons, is the cause of much controversy. . Gardiner is far from dismissive about this speculation but emphasizes that it is not more than that - pure guesswork. . He remains impressed by the structural balance and unity of the . Vespers as published - and that is how they are performed here. . Jonathan . Fulford. Ann . Monoyios - . Sopranos. Marinella . Pennicchi - . Sopranos . Michael . Chance - . Countertenor. Mark . Tucker - . Tenors . Nigel . Robson - . Tenors . Sandro . Naglia - . Tenors . Bryn . Terfel - . Basses . Alastair . Miles - . Basses. The . Monteverdi . Choir. The . London . Oratory . Junior . Choir. His . Majesties . Sagbutts & . Cornetts . The . English . Baroque . Soloists. John . Eliot . Gardiner
Benjamin . Britten . And . Peter . Pears . Were . Justly . Celebrated . As . Outstanding . Interpreters . Of . Both . English . Song . And . German . Lieder. . Both . Artists . Are . At . The . Peak . Of . Their . Interpretative . Powers . In . These . Two . Classic . BBC . Films; . A . Studio . Recital . Of . Brittens . Arrangements . Of . Traditional . English . Folksongs, . First . Broadcast . In . June 1964, . And . A . Specially . Staged . Performance . Of . Schuberts . Great . Song . Cycle . Winterreise, . First . Seen . In . November 1970. . Franz . Schubert - . Winterreise: 01. . Opening . Credits02. . Gute . Nacht 03. . Die . Wetterfahne04. . Gefrorene . Tranen05. . Erstarrung 06. . Der . Lindenbaum 07. . Wasserflut 08. . Auf . Dem . Flusse09. . Ruckblick10. . Irrlicht11. . Rast12. . Fruhlingstraum 13. . Einsamkeit 14. . Die . Post 15. . Der . Greise . Kopf 16. . Die . Krahe 17. . Letzte . Hoffnung 18. . Im . Dorfe19. . Der . Sturmische . Morgen 20. . Tauschung 21. . Der . Wegweiser 22. . Das . Wirtshaus 23. . Mut! 24. . Die . Nebensonnen25. . Der . Leiermann . Costume - . Catriona . Tomalin. Sound - . Graham . Haines. Lighting - . Hubert . Cartwright. Design - . David . Myerscough-. Jones. Henry . Purcell 26. . Man . Is . For . The . Woman . Made (Arr. . Britten) . Benjamin . Britten: . Folksong . Arrangements27. . The . Foggy, . Foggy . Dew 28. . Waly, . Waly29. . Sweet . Polly . Oliver 30. . Sally . In . Our . Alley 31. . Tom . Bowling 32. . The . Lincolnshire . Poacher 33. . The . Ploughboy 34. . Oliver . Cromwell. An . Informal . Concert . Given . To . An . Audience . Of . Friends . At . The . Riverside . Studios, . London. Peter . Pears - . Tenor . Benjamin . Britten - . Piano
In 1971, four college students got together to form a rock band. . Since then, that certain band called . Queen have released 26 albums and sold over 300 million records worldwide. . The popularity of . Freddie . Mercury, . Brian . May, . Roger . Taylor and . John . Deacon is stronger than ever 40 years on. . But it was no bed of roses. . No pleasure cruise. . Queen had their share of kicks in the face, but they came through and this is how they did it, set against the backdrop of brilliant music and stunning live performances from every corner of the globe. . In this film, for the first time, it is the band that tells their story. . Featuring brand new interviews with the band and unseen archive footage (including their recently unearthed, first ever . TV performance), it is a compelling story told with intelligence, wit, plenty of humor and painful honesty.
Das . Bolshoi - . Ensemble ist . Stolz unci . Aushangeschild der russischen . Kultur. . Seine . Auffuhrungen gelten als makellos und einzigartig in . Inszenierung, . Technik, . Umsetzung und . Interpretation. . Zum . Orchester gehoren . Weltklasse-. Musiker mit internationalen . Auszeichnungen und solistischen . Erfolgen. . Diese . Produktion der . Giselle aus demjahre 1975 zeigt die . Musik von . Adolphe . Charles . Adam, vorgetragen vom . Orchester des . Bolshoi . Theaters mit den . Solisten . N. Bessmertnova, . M. Lavrovski, . G. Kozlova. Bolshoi orchestra is the pride of . Russias performing culture. . Its performance is marked by faultless technique and the finest sense of ensemble. . It involves first-class musicians, many of whom are winners of international competitions and teachers of musical institutions. . The . Bolshoi choir performance is highly successful and it forms an important element of any ballet.
DVD 1: (116 mins. )01. . Intro 02. . Brand . New . Morning 03. . Backstreet . Kid 04. . Need . A . Lot . Of . Love 05. . Soldier . Of . The . Line 06. . We . All . Run 07. . Vigilante 08. . Kingdom . Of . Madness 09. . Sacred . Hour 10. . How . Far . Jerusalem 11. . Just . Like . An . Arrow 12. . On . A . Storytellers . Night 13. . Before . First . Light 14. . Les . Morts . Dansant 15. . Endless . Love 16. . Two . Hearts 17. . Steal . Your . Heart 18. . All . Englands . Eyes 19. . The . Last . Dance . DVD 2: (123 mins. ) . Promo . Video: 01. . Rockin . Chair 02. . Lonely . Nights 03. . It . Must . Have . Been . Love 04. . Days . Of . No . Trust 05. . Start . Talkin . Love 06. . Just . Like . An . Arrow07. . Heart . Broke . And . Busted 08. . Midnight . Extras . Include: . The . Spirit . Acoustic. Eight . Magnum . Videos . View from the queue . I . HR . Of . Interviews . Slide . Show . On . The . Road . Again . On . Tour . Documentary . Rehearsing . The . Storytellers . Tour . Interview