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Mit ihr kann ich sofort umgehen, sie ist ganz unmittelbar da. Beide sind sie intelligent, clever, witzig, mit allen Wassern gewaschen.

Telemann und Haydn haben viel gemeinsam, man denke nur an ihren Umgang mit Volksmusik. Und beide exzellente Handwerker! Und da werde ich irgendwo hineingreifen. Ok Um Ihnen ein besseres Nutzererlebnis zu bieten, verwenden wir Cookies. Das schreibt er auch. Er hat dann so eine Schulmeister-Kantate geschrieben. Dorothee Oberlinger: "Reinhard Goebel hat mal gesagt, dass man, wenn man Telemann und Bach vergleicht, es mit einer Nuss vergleichen kann.

Das finde ich wirklich einen guten Vergleich. Der charmante und so freundliche Mann mit der "Engelsstimme" hat wieder einmal eine wunderbare Aufnahme herausgebracht. Ein Leckerbissen Dieser Countertenor ist die Nr. Es sind super Aufnahmen.

Super Auswahl von Bach und Telemannwerken und einfach Klasse gesungen. Eine Person fand diese Informationen hilfreich.

Ja, nee, ist klar: Eigentlich ist die Arie "Ich habe genug" nur aus Versehen ins Album genommen und als Prelease gefeatured worden. Und Jaroussky ist im Prinzip zuzustimmen: Bitte nicht noch eine gute Aufnahme, es ist genug. Ich krieg nicht genug davon! Alle Rezensionen aus Deutschland anzeigen. Die besten internationalen Rezensionen.

Philippe Jaroussky is never at his best here and, at times, such as in the 1st Bach cantata, the strain in this part of his voice is very audible and jarring.

I have listened to and seen him frequently and marvelled at the purity of his voice and extraordinary musicality in so much Vivaldi and Handel, so perhaps my disappointment needs to be set in this context. The Telemann cantatas here, especially the last, finds him nearly back in stride, making a commanding performance of a rarely performed work.

Wir konnten Ihre Stimmabgabe leider nicht speichern. This recording is a glorious triple layer of genius. Bach and Telemann providing the framework, and the playing of the Freiburger Barockorchester a continuous sheen through out. Also the 5 stars is to offset the very low rating of the previous reviewer This is an interesting two-disc collection of late baroque orchestral overture-suites in the manner of Bach or Telemann.

The recordings were made in and ; I can't find any trace of their having been issued before now, but I may be wrong. These are lively, graceful and enjoyable works all following the format, by then very popular in German music, of French overture followed by five or six dance movements.

Two of the four suites benefit from the additional colour of oboes and bassoons, and all are played with style, sensitivity and fine textures by the excellent Freiburger Barockorchester directed by Thomas Hengelbrock. This is not profound music by any means, and is perhaps more routine and less original than the same formula in the hands of Telemann, for example; nevertheless, Hengelbrock's ensemble make the best possible case for the music and the result makes for entirely agreeable listening.

The second disc brings us greater variety in the form of four more overture-suites, but this time from Fasch, Telemann, Johann Ludwig Bach still of the same Bach dynasty, of course and Zelenka. The suite by Fasch is sunny, positive and thoroughly enjoyable, very Telemannesque and played here with terrific verve.

In Telemann's own Suite La Musette, named after one of its extremely attractive movements, the composer's quirky inventiveness is evident from the first notes; it's not a work I'd ever encountered before, despite having heard and enjoyed several million of Telemann's overture-suites. The programme concludes with a convincing demonstration of Jan Dismas Zelenka's excellence; his French overture movement is inventive and beautifully coloured, with an especially engaging fugal section and a surprisingly dissonant ending, and the later Siciliano movement is both graceful and unpredictable.

But it's an awful lot of overture-suites, and most people would probably not choose to listen to them all in one go, but rather in smaller doses. Booklet notes are useful although fairly generalised, and recorded sound is faultless. This is an enterprising and instructive set of mostly unambitious but finely crafted, enjoyable music, and the interpretations from Hengelbrock and his team are impeccable.

I highly recommend it. Zum einen mit dem Marimba-Duo am Mittwoch, 8. Mai, im Balkonsaal der Stadthalle. Lukas interpretiert als Solist die Chromatische Fantasie und Fuge. Ein zweites Kammerkonzert am Freitag, Es kommt keins. Mit nestelnden Fingern greift er ihr an Ausschnitt und zeigen. Da Wilhelmine am 3. Was lernt man nicht alles unter historischen Rezeptionsbedingungen! Harmonische Schnitte, Reprisen, Triller sind nicht allein innermusikalische Angelegenheiten.

Wilhelmine hat in dieser Oper die seelische Grausamkeit ihres Vaters und die Liebe zu ihrem Bruder verarbeitet. Wie aber die Kunst jener Zeit sich aus dem Abgrund des verweslichen Lebens erhob in eine Welt der Anmut, so hat es in Bayreuth der Kunst nicht im mindesten geschadet, von Fasan mit Rosinen oder gebackener Schokolade begleitet zu werden.

Dass es vor Wagner ein anderes zauberhaftes Bayreuth gegeben hat und dass es neben Wagner weiterhin ein anderes Bayreuth geben muss - nicht zuletzt daran ist mit diesem einmaligen Spektakel erinnert worden.

Brachmann, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Zumal wenn er etwas vollkommen neues ausprobiert. Insgesamt ein fantastischer Abend. Selbst das Schlagwerk wird, Genau: den Geist. Was Jacques Loussier nun zum zweiten Mal nach dazu bedarf es eines Meisters, zum Melodieinstrumentarium. Dazwischengelegt eine spannende c-Moll-Pasto- mit dem Jugendwahn. Das 5. Konzert aus den Brandenburgischen kommt dagegen so um, Nordbayerischer Kurier Bayreuth, Warum darf man hier nicht tanzen? Ja, das ist Bach, so klingt Bach auch - und es ist Jazz, guter Jazz.

Die Musica Bayreuth wird in diesem Jahr 30 Jahre alt. Musica Bayreuth ist eine solche Institution. Hat es sie nicht schon immer gegeben? Jedenfalls, sie ist unverwechselbar und unnachahmlich. Und so darf auch ihr heutiger Kann denn aus Bayreuth etwas anderes kommen als Wagnermusik? Aberweit gefehlt.

Und in-der Tat, es ist nicht zu verbergen: Wagner steht nicht im Mittelpunkt der Konzerte der Musica Bayreuth, er ist nicht der Haus- und Leibkomponist dieser Vereinigung. Wie sollte er auch? Doch ausgeschlossen ist Wagner nicht bei der Musica Bayreuth. Mit der Orgelwoche Bayreuth also hat alles begonnen.

September feierlich eingeweiht wurde. Solistenkonzerte, Kammermusik, Chor- und Orchesterkonzerte und Oratorien kamen hinzu. Bach war ein Angelpunkt, das Jahrhundert ein anderer, die Gegenwart ein dritter. Das war ein Programm, das vieles bot, was im normalen Konzertabonnement nicht vorkam und auch schwer vorkommen konnte.

Zur Entlastung wurde ein e. Bayreuth hatte - endlich! Jahrhundert aufhalten. Modernes und Mittelalterliches klingen ja manchmal gar nicht so schlecht zusammen.

Was ging vor sich in Politik, Wirtschaft, Kirche? Sehen wir zu, welche. Aber Adenauer betrieb Politik auf lange Sicht. Und seine Rechnungen - darf man es heute sagen? In Nr. Zum ersten mal in der Geschichte der Evangelischen Kirche in Deutschland ist eine Sitzung ihres Rates direkt verboten worden. Gemeinsame Unternehmungen wurden immer schwieriger, in vielen Bereichen war der normale Austausch unterbrochen oder auf ein Minimum geschrumpft.

So feierte in jenen Jahren der Gedanke der Kulturnation nostalgische Auferstehung - eine aus der deutschen Geschichte wohlbekannte Konstellation. Alte Utopie-Potentiale, in der. Ich mache einen Sprung in die siebziger Jahre. Dem geistigen Offenbarungseid folgte der wirtschaftliche. Vor allem beim Umweltschutz holte der ideologisch halbierte Fortschritt die Industrialisierung wieder ein.

Das war eine neue Situation. Haben wir die Musik aus dem Auge verloren? Ich glaube nicht. Das Werk ist wichtig, nicht die Personen, die dahinter stehen. Viktor Lukas kam als Stadtkantor und Kirchenmusikdirektor nach Bayreuth. Er fand hier eine Tradition evangelischer Kirchenmusik vor, die in der Stadtkirche bis ins So mag am Ende dieser Rede ein Lob der Orgel stehen. Eigentlich nichts anderes als eine grandiose Summe von Blasinstrumenten, verstetigt durch mechanische Windzufuhr - und damit gleichsam dem Menschenmund, dem Auf und Ab menschlicher Affekte entzogen.

Auch ein technisches Wunderwerk ist die Orgel. Daher steckt in jedem richtigen Organisten ein Handwerker, ein halber oder ganzer Orgelbauer.

Jeden Samstag gibt es abwechselnde Musikgruppen, die bei Walzer, Boogie, Twist und Anderem für Schwung sorgen. Der Hubertusstadl bietet eine gute Mischung aus einem gemütlichen Abend mit gutem Essen und Action mit Tanz. Neben den wöchentlichen Veranstaltungen kann der Hubertus Stadl auch als Festräumlichkeit genutzt werden.

CLOSE UP - American Spin - Assume a ballroom like dance position guy has right hand on woman s waist and holds her RH with his LH - However he has still maintains the monkey grip and the arms are held lower - American spin - he pushes her into a turn - this is easy as his right hand is on her left waist - A few basics - repeat the spin - American Spin.

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Or they may record partial histories of entire villages or peoples. How is that possible. King Spanish Harlem ; and others. Nobody paid any attention when, religious and secular a syncretistic blending of two traditions of music, of course. If you use multiple browsers or devices you may need to execute this opt out on each browser or device.

Sorrow & Joy (Sorgen och Glädjen) is one of the gorgeous albums of Leif Strands Kammarkör. The album's primary genre is Classical, but contains a who’s who of .

Darlin' Let's Have A Party Roll With It Nobody But You Fire - The Jimi Hendrix Experience 3. Foxy Lady Porn Star 2. Some portions of artwork are too big to scan and are not included at this time. Another Sad Love Song 2. Breathe Again 3. Seven Whole Days 4. Love Affair 5. Candlelight 6. Spending My Time With You 7. Love Shoulda Brought You Home 8. I Belong to You 9. How Many Ways You Mean the World to Me Best Friend Breathe Again reprise Source: CD.

Into the Night - Santana; Chad Kroeger 2. Smooth - Santana; Rob Thomas 4. Oye como va 6. Black Magic Woman 7. Evil Ways 8. Swear It Again 2. I Don't Wanna Fight 4. My Private Movie 5. Flying Without Wings 6. If I Let You Go 7. Fool Again 8.

No No 9. Miss You Open Your Heart We Are One I Need You Angel 2. You're the Best Thing Yet 3. Sweet Love 5. Caught Up in the Rapture 6. You Bring Me Joy 7. Same Ole Love Days a Year 8. No One in the World 9. Ain't No Need to Worry feat.

Anita Baker - The Winans Giving You the Best that I Got Good Love Just Because Lead Me into Love Fairy Tales Talk to Me Body and Soul I Apologize Twisted 2. Yumi 4. Whatever You Want 5. Just a Touch 6. Freak With Me 7. In the Mood Show Me the Way interlude Nobody - Keith Sweat; Athena Cage Chocolate Girl Source: CD. Concerto for Violin and Orchestra: I. Prelude: Moderato tranquillo. Andante moderato - Nicholas Maw 2. Recitando - Nicholas Maw 3. Romanza: Lento e calmo - Nicholas Maw 4.

Concerto for Violin and Orchestra: IV. You Give Good Love 2. Thinking About You 3. Someone for Me 4. Saving All My Love for You 5. How Will I Know 7. All at Once 8. Greatest Love of All Sic 3.

Eyeless 4. Wait And Bleed 5. Surfacing 6. Spit It Out 7. Frail Limb Nursery 9. Purity Liberate Prosthetics No Life Diluted Only One Scissors Source: CD. I Talk to the Wind 3. Moonchild including The Dream and The Illusion 5. DVD is not included in the collection. Track 15 is bonus track. We Need a Resolution - Aaliyah; Timbaland 2. Rock the Boat 4. More Than a Woman 5. Never No More 6. Extra Smooth 8. Read Between the Lines 9. U Got Nerve I Refuse I Can Be Those Were the Days What If Blind 2.

Ball Tongue 3. Need To 4. Clown 5. Divine 6. Faget 7. Shoots and Ladders 8. Predictable 9. Fake Lies Helmet in the Bush I'll Make It Right 2. Interlude 1 3. Can U Get Wit It 4. Think of You 5. Crazy 6. Slow Love 7. The Many Ways 8. I'll Show You Love 9. Interlude 2 Can't Stop Love Was Here Whispers You Took My Heart Smile Again Final Goodbye Source: CD. Night Life 2. Hello Walls 3. Crazy 4. Funny How Time Slips Away 5. I Never Cared for You 6. The Party's Over 7.

Good Times 8. Me and Paul 9. Shotgun Willie Bloody Mary Morning Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain Uncloudy Day Georgia on My Mind Blue Skies All of Me Ambitionz az a Ridah 2. Skandalouz - 2Pac; Nate Dogg 4. No More Pain 8. Heartz of Men 9.

Life Goes On California Love remix - 2Pac; Dr Irv Gotti; Ashanti Feat. Ja Rule; Ashanti Feat. The Notorious B. Intro 2. Foolish - Ashanti Feat. Ja Rule 3. Happy 4. Narrative Call Skit 6. Call 7. Scared - Ashanti Feat. Irv Gotti 8. Baby 9. Rescue VooDoo Movies Fight Over Skit Over Unfoolish Remix - Ashanti Feat. Shi Shi Skit Dreams Thank You Source: CD. No barcode.

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Sound Check Gravity 9. Double Bass Rock The House Latin Simone Que Pasa Contigo Starshine Slow Country M1 A1 Source: CD. As Long as You Love Me 4. All I Have to Give 5. Anywhere for You 6. Hey, Mr. I'll Never Break Your Heart 8. Darlin' 9. Get Down You're the One for Me Set Adrift on Memory Bliss Sometimes It's A Bitch 2.

Whole Lotta Trouble 4. Talk To Me 5. Stand Back 6. Beauty And The Beast 7. If Anyone Falls 8. Rooms On Fire 9. Edge Of Seventeen I Can't Wait Desert Angel Source: CD. Elsie Cubitt 3. Libera Me 4. North by Ten and by Ten 5. Old Sherman's Dog Toby 6. These recordings have never been circulated and were in storage for several decades, uncataloged and inaccessible to the public.

By collaborating with the Internet Archive, The collection of 22, ten and twelve inch seventy-eights is one of the first that ARC worked with from beginning to end, and what a pleasure. Rare for us the discs were all carefully arranged on shelves by label, and then by manufacturer number.

Even better, the weeks we spent packing up meant cake and coffee everyday at 4. Source: The Other Minds Archive features recordings of OM's past music festivals and concert productions, selected recordings of new music sent to us by composers from around the world, and selections from thousands of hours of audiotape recordings from the KPFA Radio Music Department collection, transferred to Other Minds in The KFPA tapes contain live conversations, interviews, and performances with many of the innovative musicians who created 20th Century new music.

Topic: Other Minds Archive audio. Bull of Heaven is an online repository of experimental audio works. Some of the pieces here are in a nonstandard format, and will not function properly within archive.

In order to listen to the multi-part MP3s as intended, you must download each part completely and use a file joiner to stitch the data back together. Some files are too large and thus not yet able to be assembled on any known file system, but the individual part files are playable in some media players and Topic: bull of heaven.

A musical arrangement by the band Bull of Heaven. The cylinder recordings available here are an online project started in by Norman Bruderhofer, a phonograph collector and audio preservationist from Germany.

Dedicated to the invention and development of the phonograph, the Cylinder Archive serves as a detailed source of information for hobbyists. One component of Bruderhofer's project is a monthly release of a new cylinder recording. The releases are produced by carefully filtering electronic transfers from the original cylinder Recordings made available under the Music Modernization Act.

Read more on Internet Archive's blog. Please be aware that subsequent uses may not be permitted under US copyright such as reproduction, distribution, display or public performance. Works may be in the public domain already, in which case, these restrictions do not Topics: unlocked, h. This non-commercial student-run station originally broadcast on-air from as an AM station, and from on the FM dial.

This free-form and freewheeling college station was celebrated both nationally and internationally for its innovative music programming. Long Playing vinyl records from the Boston Public Library.

These recordings have never been We are pleased to move our collection to the Internet Archive for a greater visibility and eternal preservation. All material in this collection is owned by the creators and is strictly non-commercial, both for access here and for any further distribution. Joseph and Jennifer Almeida Collection. This 78rpm collection was made by Joseph Almeida who began collecting in the s. The material is mostly popular music, i. The focus is on early electrical recordings but the collection contains many acoustical recordings in the collection dating back to Almeida said, "I focused on the big three labels Brunswick, Victor and Columbia but there are plenty of budget label recordings as well such as Romeo, Okeh, Vocalion, A collection of digitized 78 rpm records from the 78'er Klubben in Denmark.

It is pure nostalgia and a little music cultural history. This is a unique group of more than LPs and 78rpm discs, the vast majority pressed in Latin America or the Caribbean.

Of special interest are the hundreds of Cuban recordings and more than a thousand Tango discs from Argentina. Of note is the pristine condition of most of the recordings and the many hand-decorated covers that the donor made for 78rpm discs that were originally issued in generic corporate sleeves.

Chomowicz, who inherited the recordings from a collector friend, and out Heart Full of Soul Action Reef Lost Wahini Jack the Ripper Can't Be Still Boots Wound Up Source: CD. A Hollow Star Descends 2. Joseph and the Divine Intervention of the Recreational Center 3. Fishies vs. Lines 4. Bridgett Fountainhead 5.

Farmers Can Be Jedi, Too 6. The Paradigm of the Introvert 7. During Dinner at the Imitation Canals 8. The Funeral for Martha Bigsby Theme From "The Avengers" 2.

Theme From "Dr. Strangelove" 4. Theme From "No Hiding Place" 5. The Beauty Jungle 6. Doin' The Raccoon 7. Theme From "Echo Four Two" 8. MI M-One 9. Solo The City Limehouse West End Latin Quarter Grand Central Times Square South Beach Seventh Avenue Stick Or Twist Drum Crazy Minor Bossa Nova Dear Friend Heat Wave Cabezas Cortades - Teenage Thugs 4.

Versatile Kyle - Sick Girl 5. Wayward Youth - Garbage Storm 8. Fuckaroos - I Miss The Jams Cemetery Gates Live 2. I'm Broken Live 3. The Melting Side 2. Rain 3. Pariah 4. Waiting 5. Prologue 2. Madivc 3. Rise Up 5. Tuesday 6. It's You 7. The Call 8. Botlouat 9. The River Epoiogve Source: CD. Crash And Burn 2. One Day Live in Orlando, Florida 3.

Kaffe 3. Facts and Figures 4. Guantanamo Bay 5. Hound Dog - Big Mama Thornton 6. Plea Bargain 7. Trial and Error 8. Pep Talk 9. Honor Molly Malone 2. Come Back To Erin 3. Galway Bay 4. Molly Malone Reprise 5. Isle Of Innisfree 6. The Boys Of Wexford 8. MacNamara's Band 9. When Irish Eyes Are Smiling When Your Away Sweet Mystery Of Life Sweethearts Thine Alone Gypsy Love Songs Indian Summer The Donovans Patrick's Day Parade Top O' The Mornin' That Tumbledown Shack In Athlone Syndicate 3.

Collectors 4. Apples 5. Andersons Lookout 7. Autorepublic 8. Funky Re-Wind 9. Continental Absinthe Rotodome Song For The Sun Pt. Spotlight All The Time Circaplex Procession 1 reviews Source: CD. Lowdown Lonesome Feeling 5. Hustlin' And Schemin' 6. Hi-Yo Silver 7. I'll Change My Style 8. My Little Honey Bee 9. Party At My House All Your Love Get Off On The Blues Track Listing: How!

There Is No Greater Love 2. Don't Go To Stranger 4. Candy 5. Here's To Life 6. Green Dolphin Street 7. All Of Me 8. A Song For You 9. Someone Else Is Steppin' In When I Fall In Love At Last Source: CD.

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Excellent Christmas album. Very good, but not the best James Last's christmas album. This award is for "Holiday Classics". See all reviews from the United States. Top international reviews. Translate all reviews to English. Not yet played, but very impressed with the delivery process, had this as an LP that had long worn out so very pleased to have it back in our Christmas playlist.

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Die meisten Lieder werden zwei Strophen lang gespielt, die erste Strophe oft rein instrumental, in der zweiten dann mit Chor. Der Chor vokalisiert, d. Man kann wirklich dazu tanzen. Und man kann immer davon ausgehen, dass diese drei Lieder in einem Tanzstil komponiert sind. Das originale "Christmas Dancing" sollte mit dem innerlichen "Stille Nacht" enden. Bitte nicht mit dieser Sammlung verwechseln. Translate review to English.

I have an older version of the same CD basically. Mine is called Happy Christmas I believe, and that is more appropriate than Christmas Dancing, as you are unlikely to be dancing with this. Maybe you will, I don't know.

Anyway, it is James Last, so it is perfect to begin with and quite perfect for Christmas, front to back. It wouldn't be Christmas without those, and this one especially puts me in the mood. It is old style and a classic. You can't go wrong with that! Mal beschwingt, mal etwas besinnlicher und immer zum Mitsummen. Die Cd wirkt zeitlos und sie begleitet auch alle meine bisherigen Weihnachtsfeste.

Nun gibt es das alles auf CD und Mp3. Mittlerweile ist der gute "James" gestorben. Load more international reviews. Ebenso wie "Weihnachten mit James Last" von haben wir ein traumhaftes Feuerwerk an Melodien, die bei geschlossenen Augen einen sofort ins Weihnachtsland entschwinden lassen.

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Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life. The cover shows just a little wear and comes with two ticket stubs for the 11th September show at the Guild Hall in Preston. The sleeve on the CD as already mentioned, was signed by Ja. The cover shows just a little wear and comes with two ticket stubs for the 8th Octob er show at the Opera House in Blackpool. The cover shows just a little wear and comes with two ticket stubs for the 22nd April show at the Opera House in Blackpool.

This copy has been signed by James along with twelve members of his orchestra, all on the first page in a blue or black pen. As an added bonus we are also including a copy of the. The sleeve has just light wear with a tear to the sticker, whilst there is a crease to the corner of the i. Very hard to find! The cover has a degree of foxing built up inside but otherwise shows. NINE [one missing] stereo cassette tape box set, complete with a forty page full colour illustrated booklet with biography and track information in Japanese, all housed in a linen finish textured picture box with track details on the inside of the lid.

The box and booklet shows just a little wear with some minor discolouration in places, but the tapes remain near 'as new' with seven retaining their. The sleeve displays some light general wear mostly to the edges, the obi has a small tear at the bottom otherwise shows little signs of age, whilst the vinyl shows little signs of play MP EIGHT LP box set featuring a fantastic selection of Classic pieces given the James Last treatment, complete with a great illustrated twenty page full colour booklet, all housed in a glossypict ure box.

The sleeve has only minor storagewear and the vinyl appears seldom played LAST5. Live In Concert Official UK page tour programme with biographical text in German and English, along with tour personnel, chronology and many photographs. The programme remains in near as new cond ition. The sleeve shows light wear with a corner crease and a small area of paper loss, whilst the vinyl has little sign of play.

The sleeve has a small split to the spine and the vinyl has little sign of play. This version comes in a special festive wrapping pa per style picture sleeve different to the original release, with a shaped hype sticker attached to the front. The fully laminated psychedelic picture sleeve has just a little shelfwear to the edges and the vinyl remains in ex cellent condition with only light signs of play.

Also included is a 12" x 3. The sleeve shows just minimal storage wear with some minor foxing on the map inner, whilst the vinyl shows little signs of play, a superb example. Are you holding a polka-party?

Then James Last has all your polka needs covered! Housed in the original opened shrink wrap, picture sleeve. The sleeve shows little wea r, whilst the vinyl shows just little signs of play, an excellent example.

CD album. All the James Last song. The sleeve still retains its opened shrink so has minimal wear and the vinyl looks barely played. The sleeve has minimal wear and the vinyl looks seldom played. The sleeve has only light wear and the vinyl appears seldom played. The sleeve has some minor edgewear and the vinyl appears seldom played. The sleeve has only the lightest wear and the vinyl appears seldom played. Tambourine Man and others, pasted picture sleeve with deletion cut to the spine.

The sleeve is still in its opened shrinkwrap and the vinyl appears barely played. JAMES LAST Hair US track LP, packed with groovy basslines, funky drums and jazzy euro grooves to sink your teeth into and load your sampler with - as far fetched as it sounds, Last has long been the secret go-to man for hip hop produc ers, double deletion-cut pasted picture sleeve with bizarre art to haunt your dreams with.

"Non Stop Dancing" - the first LP production of the James Last Orchestra stormed the charts in A new sound was created that hit the nerve of the audience right away. The recipe: Swinging, optimistic and melodious music, underscored with party reqapotibandiascotweshamarasbau.coinfog: Eloise.

Does this fascination carry over into Bacon as a person? I have always been fascinated by the sacred-monster personality of Bacon. This ferociously talented artist allowed nothing and no one to get in the way of his work.

He was a loner who loved parties, an atheist obsessed with religious subjects, a generous and charming man who could also turn cruel. I admire the fact that this self-taught artist has remained, throughout his career, committed to exploring the dark corners of human existence. Bacon lived and worked in Monaco from July to the early s. Throughout his life, he frequently returned to the Principality for extensive stays with his lovers, friends and family.

It was in Monaco that he began to concentrate on painting the human form, a crucial step that would lead him later in his career to become one of the most influential figurative artists of the post-war era. It was in Monaco that Bacon started painting on the unprimed side of the canvas. According to the artist, after having lost all his money at the Casino, he turned the canvases he had already used and started painting on them. He then discovered that the unprimed side was much easier to work on.

Content compiled and written by The Art Story Contributors. Edited and published by The Art Story Contributors. The Art Story. Ways to support us. I would like my picture to look as if a human being had passed between them, like a snail leaving its trail of the human presence Summary of Francis Bacon Francis Bacon produced some of the most iconic images of wounded and traumatized humanity in post-war art. Read full biography.

Read artistic legacy. Important Art by Francis Bacon. Artwork Images. Crucifixion Crucifixion is the work that first launched Bacon into the public eye, long before the much greater successes of the post-war years. Three Studies for Figures at the Base of a Crucifixion Three Studies launched Bacon's reputation in the mid s and shows the importance of biomorphic Surrealism in forging his early style. It's as if Bacon picked up a wide house painting brush and brutishly dragged it over the face.

The fresh meat recalls the lavish arrangements of fruits, meats and confections in 17th-century vanitas paintings , which usually carried subtle moralizing messages about the impermanence of life and the spiritual dangers of sensual pleasures. Sometimes, the food itself showed signs of being overripe or spoiled, to make the point. Bacon weds the imagery of salvation , worldly decadence, power and carnal sensuality, and he contrasts those things with his own far more palpable and existential view of damnation ".

The painting is featured in Tim Burton 's film Batman , in a scene where the Joker and his henchmen destroy several works of art at Gotham City's Flugelheim Museum. It does not betray that Bacon was looking at photographs of Nazis. It is not even evident that the craning necks and open mouths may have been associated by him with their giving of speeches or receiving of flowers. Three Studies does not alert its audience to such specific points of reference, but it may be said to distil the qualities drawn from these sources into images of aggression, enclosure and organic distortion.

Bacon was careful in retrospect to place a distance between himself and Surrealism, as well as between his work and such interpretable meanings. In the later s, the production of Guernica , Prado, Madrid showed Picasso putting fragmentation to overtly political effect in response to the Spanish Civil War. Bacon is extremely likely to have seen the huge mural when it was exhibited in London in , [65] and the right hand panel of Three Studies has been compared to one of the accompanying preparatory sketches.

A monument to disillusion, to despair, to destruction. It was inevitable that the greatest artist of our time should be driven to this conclusion. As well as the Guernica display, two other London exhibitions in the summer of may have been of formative significance for Three Studies.

Bacon may also have seen the significant Exhibition of 20th Century German Art in the following month, [70] not only because of his own interest in Germany but also because it was a well publicised defence of modernism in the face of Nazi suppressions.

However, it is notable that the central panel of Three Studies retains a slightly larger frame which establishes it as the point of focus reinforced by the perspectival boxes. And I was going to put these on an armature around the cross, which itself was going to be raised, and the image on the cross was to be in the centre with these things arranged around it. The more ambitious scheme remained unfulfilled but may be seen to conform with parallel concerns in the work of others in the s.

Davies has proposed that Bacon may have studied the suffering Mary before making his left hand panel, [86] although there is no similarity in detail. Boxer has related the drooped head of Christ with its open mouth to the poses adopted by Bacon for his figures; more generally seeing the side panels as female left and male right , he has read them as Mary and St John flanking the more elevated central figure of Christ.

In the artist made a rare intervention in directing the interpretation of his painting. They were sketches for the Eumenides which I intended to use at the base of a large Crucifixion which I may do still. One was T. Eliot was a regular point of reference for Bacon, so that the appearance of the Furies there and in his subsequent poetry is of significance.

The second source is an academic study by W. Stanford, [] which included an assessment and translations of passage from the plays. Eric Hall rented a cottage at Petersfield in Hampshire and the painter seems to have been there by A similar inscription appears on the back of the right hand panel of Three Studies , and as already noted this suggests that it, too, was painted - or at least begun - at Petersfield in There were only three paintings, uniform in size, already framed and stacked against a wall.

The emergence of paintings on the same size board opens the possibility of a series prior to the resolution of the triptych. Davies proposed that the panels were a series of variations on the same pose starting with the left panel [] which gave rise to the triptych idea, with the backgrounds being adjusted accordingly.

The alterations now recognised in the compositions, especially the greater uncertainty of Untitled , might support this.

However, the uniformity of the orange inscriptions on the reverse which identify the relative position of each panel suggest that Bacon had to confirm the arrangement for someone else.

We had no name for them, and no name for what we felt about them. The drama of this account has encouraged its re-use and elaboration by others, [] but it bears closer examination. Reviews of the mixed exhibition were relatively scarce. I, I must confess, was so shocked and disturbed by the Surrealism of Francis Bacon that I was glad to escape from this exhibition, which I had anyway entered prematurely, unguided therefore by a catalogue.

Perhaps it was the red background in the three pictures that made me think of entrails , of an anatomy or a vivisection and feel squeamish. It may be assumed that he felt that the title in the catalogue would have forewarned him. In a review of the previous day Michael Ayrton had been more measured.

A rather more positive reception of the exhibition of April was published by Raymond Mortimer who also sought a rejuvenated post-war art. If Peace redresses him, he may delight as he now dismays. Bergen-Belsen, Buchenwald and Dachau were all entered in April.

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There are some problems with the production, for instance the cheesy slap of the snare drum in "Blood On Ice", but in general, for something that was recorded and reworked from two different periods of Quorthon's career, it comes together fluidly. My favorite tune here is surprisingly the expansive closer "The Revenge of the Blood on Ice", which more than any other places my psyche upon the same cold, battlestained vistas of the material, and Bathory had long possessed a rare ability to write lengthy songs that incessantly draw the listener into their depths since "Enter the Eternal Fire".

However, there is a bit of derivation and excess familiarity. For example, you'll hear a VERY familiar drum beat in the bridge of this piece, and a lot of the soothing, structured choir vocals feel as if they were just lifted from and slightly tweaked from Hammerheart. That said, compared to Octagon, this feels so enormously inspired, from the beautiful cover image to the obvious amount of effort Tomas placed in its salvage and reconstructive surgery.

Rather than continue to crash along for another decade aka Metallica , the Swede seems to have recognized his errors and righted them before they could run quickly out of control. Blood On Ice is not one of his best, but it comes near to compensation for the lackluster comps and albums that he'd been spewing forth since There are few puzzles in the often turbulent world of metal that boggle one's expectations more so than the period of Bathory resting between and The sudden immersion of a once purely vile sound with something right out of the Manowar playbook was not the largest stylistic leap that could have been made, but it was definitely large enough to make one wonder if the same band had created both albums.

The Manowar elements are not just present; they are the dominant force that shapes this entire album. If one wants to be really technical about who originally pioneered this sound, Manowar was doing something along these lines back in the mid 80s though not for entire albums , but any and all movements within the broader metal coalition are not the handiwork of one man or band.

Nevertheless, from both a historical standpoint as well as a purely musical one, this is an essential part of the Viking puzzle that any fan of Crom, Moonsorrow, and even Turisas should not go without hearing. Blood On Ice is a fascinating curio that would have been a misreckoning of an album had it not been the lost, delayed thing that it is now.

Timing is everything. This is a time sensitive album in some ways. Even if it is pretty good, the time just was not right to release it back during its writing and recording. It was the right decision to put it off. This is not to say that Blood On Ice is bad by any means.

Here, there is none of that old black metal sound anywhere. This album would have been just fine following Twilight of the Gods although it would have been a new page in the Viking sound as this is a concept album. That we can listen and reflect on this record after being put out as a side journey that once was is better appreciated because I would be lying to you if I said I would judge it as precisely and objectively on its own merits had it indeed been released twenty years prior to this writing instead of after the fact.

This album still feels disjointed anyway if one was to be interested in going along with it. But almost all of the songs taken as wholes are very strong. The Intro track sounds very strange and shoddy with the scenery sounds. The first song proper is the epic title track that reprises itself more or less in a different take in the guise of a couple of the later songs on the record. This is actually a rock-ish song most throughout with synth layering and contains a very plain but loud beat structure on the drums.

I would venture to guess that one of the musical reasons why Quorthon had misgivings about the album was his dissatisfaction with the percussion as this to me is the least well drummed performance found during his classic years. This record has something that might perhaps be enjoyed by fans of Ayreon or Ensiferum. Man of Iron is an acoustic and folksy epic song. The vocals on the beginning of it sound like something from that subgenre but they also sounded punkish too.

Quorthon even does a James Hetfield like shout at the end of the song. The riffing on the first of the two would not be too out of place had it appeared on Twilight of the Gods. There is more classic Metallica influence on this song not only with those rhythms but in the solo there.

Like on track three, Quorthon does another Hetfield choral yell. I thought that was pretty nice. Quorthon does very nice clean singing on the song The Lake. Gods of Thunder of Wind and of Rain is an unwieldy worded title but it sounds to make more sense because that is the main verse of the faster more up tempo coda. The percussive rhythms are more mixed up this time but they still stay basic. After the all too short but impressively sung soft acoustic interlude of The Raven comes the reprise song called The Revenge of the Blood On Ice.

In the first minute it sounds too low but it shifts up slightly as it moves forward. Everything is played a little longer on this song but the beats seem maybe a half step pushed up in spacing. I do love the closing thunder pounds at the end that was in the title track too. Quorthon throws everything down in one continuous stroke on that part; bass, drums, guitars all go down with one march of dark down-tuned display of storm.

Bathory is one of my all time favorite bands. After Twilight of the Gods in , Quorthon put out a lot of less than exciting thrash outings and a couple ill advised grunge flirtations but it is clear that he did right to go ahead and release this basement album.

My cell phone wallpaper is of an old photo of Quorthon posing with the dudes from Slayer. Every time I look at it I want to go back to a time when metal reigned supreme. Blood On Ice was made during that time too and I recommend it to those who think so as well. Well, firstly I must comment on the artwork. It is definitely astonishing, and summarizes norse mythology better than any artwork could do. The album itself is a perfect example of Viking power, but sometimes it can be a bit boring or dull.

Besides that, it creates an adequate epic ambient, with war sounds and very strange noises. The choruses are also, as always, very well suited. The Intro is one of that strange Bathory tracks full of those "strange noises", that actually gets you into the epic ambient. Followed by Blood on Ice, a long track with nice riffs and the chorus following the melody. Man of iron is addicting, being simple but strange and charming.

Pity that it has to be so short. The Stallion and The Sword are a bit similar for me, but The Stallion is much better in musical terms. The Lake Some people think it is one of the worst of the album, and others, the best. Here I can find the real Norse Spirit, the sorrow and kind of evil; that sticky melody that creates images of malevolent Gods and beautiful reminiscents of the Scandinavian landscapes.

Gods of Thunder, of Wind and of Rain is very fast, but lacks that spirit, and the vocals are not so clear as in the other tracks. However, it has much power and a very nice riff near the end, worth listening to the song. However, a final acoustic track not another Outro, please would have been great.

Well, this is what I have to comment on this great Album. A must-have for viking fans like me. Not very good for headbanging, but for reassuring the love or respect for the civilization. Hail Quorthon, Son of Loki! Although released in , the album was written and recorded during the late 80s and should have been released around and The songwriting here is fantastic, which strongly differs from the previous efforts of the 80s Bathory albums, and the musical structure here is amazing.

Because of the drastic change in style, Quorthon decided not to release this after all, and instead, released Blood Fire Death, which was also a change in style that was slowly forming the transition. He rides North, guided by the ravens and by the ancient Gods, to confront his destiny.

He charges down the gates of Hel and defeats the Beast in combat, as well as freeing the souls of those that had been held captive here, riding with them to Valhalla. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Retrieved 9 September Chronicles of Chaos.

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Upon unwrapping the fur,] [the long sharp blade of the sword catches the beams of the sun and a sigh] [is heard across the sky. The Sword This sword of steel that I hold in my hand Ore of this mountain. A sword of this land. Made for a king when the elders were young.

To guard us and to guide us in an age since long gone. A sword to protect the peace in troubled times. A sword made to battle and to take a life. This sword is the backbone of the life that I know. Here among the mountains and snow. This sword will be one with me. Body and soul. All of me will be delivering each blow. Slung on my back. Oh it's powers I feel. I can hardly wait to try it's steel.

Behold it's sharp beauty. Just look at it's shine. This sword was forged in fire and ice. Now I am ready To let this old sword sing again. Atop a snowcovered hill Just before sunset The one eyed old man mumbling strange words into the] [cold air. The haze spreading fast across the purple and blue vault. The] [winds taking up speed, bending the trees down the valley, throwing the snow] [crystals up and against the mountainside into gigantic sparkling clouds] [high in the sky.

The voice of the one eyed old man becoming stronger. The] [words now spoken with increased intensity as if he was calling someone or] [something. And so a hazy white figure appears on the horizon, blazing] [across the sky with the speed of the winds A horse] [as white as snow, galopping across the mist, its eight hooves blistering] [like bolts of lightning.

The one eyed old man crying out loud in the blaze] [to him, to take its reins and not to let go. The Stallion Tendons and muscles of steel. And the blaze of lightning in its eyes. White as the snow on the hills. And it's reins, that I hold, they are mine. This stallion and sword in exchange for my heart and both of my eyes. The ravens of swift wings my sight Surely now victory must be mine.

Eight legged stallion of mine. Run with the speed of the winds. Eight legged stallion I stride. Run as if you carried wings. I paint thee with the blood from my veins Images of origin long lost. I adorn your white mane and tail With the stars that fell from the sky. A glade in the Eternal deep dark Woods Midnight hours She asks him to follow her to her den where she promises him] [magic for the price of his young heart.

Eager to win the upcoming duel, he] [entrusts his heart into her wooden hands for the ability to survive every] [cut or slit by his adversary. The Woodwoman Resting by my fire. Looking deep into it's flames. My mind must have been somewhere else Far beyond these plains. I am suddenly aware of a pair of eyes staring at me. I turn around and behold the most ugly thing I have seen.

The woman standing in the glade like a shadow in the night Points her wretched finger at me with a wretched smile And she asks me in a voice that sounds as if it's been so long since she spoke, if I seek magic then I should come along I'm but a man.

Mortal, a man. But she leaves no footprints in the snow Still I follow on to where she is going For she has promised me magic if I follow on.

She takes me to a part of these woods few have ever seen. Where the sun surely won't reach Still the ground ominously gleams. She says she's seen me coming and that she knows where I'll go. But before I leave she says there is this one thing I should know.

She offers me the ability to take a fatal wound. Every cut by sword or spear will be absorbed by her tree-womb. The magic will remain until it's time for me to part with this mortal world. And all she'll claim is my young heat. I'm but a man. And I'll need all the help that I can get. So I give my heart to the woman of the dark With or without it Wing of bat and lizard's eye.

Dust of a star fallen from the sky. Thirteen drops of an infant's blood A twist of a cat's spit and oil of the moon Stir for a while and very soon A salve to be applied upon the chest close to where the heart beats strong.

No pains will occur when her hand is pushed into my flesh She'll slowly draw my living heart out of my open chest.

She'll place my heart in the pit of the snake and behold the years go by. Hers to keep from the moment when the time has come for me to die. By a lake in an open part of the Eternal Woods Its bottom uniting with the] [end of the universe, Fall into it and there is no return.

To reach its] [bottom will take a thousand generations. When this world was anew, the one] [eyed old man, then a young wanderer, hidden behind a tree, had overheard] [two gods speak as they walked by. All the knowledge of all worlds, old and] [new, was kept safe in a lake in a part of the Eternal Woods. The one eyed] [old man had found the lake after having taken away by a magical blizzard.

He had also been granted the sight] [into the future. Set to find this lake, the young man mounts his stallion. Standing by it, he throws both of his eyes] [into the depths. Now he will not need to stare down the beast on the day of] [The Battle.

The lake The one eyed old man told me that the face that I will see Has paralysed a thousand brave men sure of victory I cannot fight blindfolded and I'd freeze if I should see. So I need to sacrifice my eyes to see all from within.

The one eyed old man told me of a lake that no-one knows of. I'll throw my eyes into the lake.

Blood on Ice Blood on Ice is the ninth studio album by Bathory, released on through Black Mark Production.

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