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    Re: The Power Of Music

    Post  Jenetta on Fri Apr 03, 2015 2:49 am

    Main Melody @1:10 Mark
    Dmitri Hvorostovsky - Frondi tenere... Ombra mai fu (Japan 2005) HD
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vn6CA522JTY


    Paula Rasmussen sings "Ombra mai fu" Handel's 'Serse'.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qyg0Ttx16uk


    Nessun Dorma-Luciano Pavarotti Live 1980
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BUqHIh_L-8w



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    The Power Of Music

    Post  Jenetta on Fri Apr 03, 2015 3:09 am

    Maria Callas Reborn

    Amira Willighagen - O Mio Babbino Caro - for English-speaking viewers
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qDqTBlKU4CE




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    Re: The power of Music

    Post  B.B.Baghor on Fri Apr 03, 2015 6:58 am

    Jenetta wrote:Maria Callas Reborn

    Amira Willighagen - O Mio Babbino Caro - for English-speaking viewers
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qDqTBlKU4CE




    Jenneta Jenneta Jenneta Jenneta

    I smile about the multiplicated turtles with you on it, beneath your post, jenetta.
    A caravan?

    Unfortunately I can't see this tubby, the Dutch RTL has blocked access to it.
    I've checked the You Tube channel directly and found some of her performances.
    I hope for her that she's not been too much taken out of her natural rythm of growing
    up and finding her natural voice in all of her public appearances and the pressure of such a life.
    At such a young age she's quite mallable and living up to other people's expectations.
    Her mother is giving her advise, on stage, before she's in concert on that same day.
    I saw in the "Amira singing in Las Vegas Texas" tubby. Not sure if this is always so.
    Amira's got a long way ahead of her, before she's on the same level with Maria Callas.
    Imagine those two, together, on stage, Amira at the age of 13 and Maria Callas at, maybe 65?
    Who knows what a surprise would wait us, when that happened?



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    Re: The power of Music

    Post  B.B.Baghor on Sun Apr 05, 2015 4:18 am

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F8_mBPYYDVM


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    Re: The power of Music

    Post  Jenetta on Mon Apr 06, 2015 2:08 am

    No ain't a caravan...I just like turtles.

    Amira is 11 now and like Jackie Evancho and Connie Talbot she has an enchanting voice. Hard to know whether she'll retain her personality and character as she matures.

    As the seasons revolve on "the wheel of time" we will know...

    Giacomo Puccini - Madama Butterfly - Humming Chorus.mpg
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NBO94mIQqtY



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    Re: The power of Music

    Post  B.B.Baghor on Sat Apr 11, 2015 5:30 am

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wx8n3g_jbUI


    The theme of a 30 year program on Dutch television called "Tussen kunst en kitsch"
    meaning "Between art and cheap imitation of art" Is the word "kitsch" a universal word?
    The music is composed by Joop Stokkermans, a popular composer of typical Dutch vibes,
    as I perceive his music. He was a big rock in Dutch music-land, until he passed on.

    Usually a pleasant location is chosen for this event, which is open to visitors with objects
    to show and visitors who're interested to witness and enjoy the conversations.
    People can bring their valuable trinkets and other stuff from the attic, or even from the wall
    of their living room and show it to the "connaisseurs" the studied antiquairs, who than begin
    to examine it and also question the owner.

    The little curving corners of their mouths, combined with a slight heaving of their chests, in a sigh......
    reveal the truth from the moment they lay their eyes on the object. It's a very nice game, for all.

    Due to the public present, around that "game" it's done with an element of diplomacy and show,
    for no one should feel offended or ridiculed. I've not seen this program for a long time, for
    there's no telly in my home since 1998, but I remember it as one of the humane programs
    on that screen of imagery, combined with an element of study, for a lot of insight and know-
    ledge could be gained by looking and listening. The faces of owners, often show all kinds of
    expressions, between pretense of indifference and great flush of expectations. Or amused.

    Of course there's a sign of sheepiness present in the public standing around the table, for
    the reason of being aware of the camera obviously present. Almost everybody is obeying to
    the need to be seen in more or less dramatic expressions of Aaaaahhhhh's and Ooooohhhhh's,
    when the owner of a valuable piece of art hears the high price of the object. It's very funny,
    how talk of "money" wakes up the onlookers, when numbers are presented of value and nobody
    expects it to be valuable. Or in the other direction, no value, much pump and circumstance.
    Of course I was suprised as well, at times, laughing and even jealous a bit.



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    Re: The power of Music

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    Tomatito is part of the troupe....with guitar..... he's called "little tomato" by his friends Cheerful
    My passion for flamenco guitar and dance flares up when I see this Tony Gatliff filmtrailer.
    Gatliff is one of the wild and true blood cineasts who captures the vibes of Spanish Arabian culture.
    The movies Vengo and Exils are great works of art, highly recommended for those with fondness of it.

    In this tubby..... to go by boat to an island for a gathering of music and dance, with musicians in the
    boat, playing. To be welcomed with a glass of wine and such views......wow!
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    The hills are alive with music....

    Post  B.B.Baghor on Fri Apr 17, 2015 5:52 am

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tSarM5qE15o


    Lyrics to The Hills Are Alive The hills are alive,
    With the sound of music
    With songs they have sung
    For a thousand years

    The hills fill my heart,
    With the sound of music
    My heart wants to sing
    Every song it hears

    My heart wants to beat
    Like the wings of the birds
    That rise from the lake to the trees

    My heart wants to sigh
    Like a chime that flies
    From a church on a breeze

    To laugh like a brook
    When it trips and falls
    Over stones on its way
    To sing through the night
    Like a lark
    Who is learning to pray

    I go to the hills
    When my heart is lonely
    I know I will hear
    What I've heard before
    My heart will be blessed,
    With the sound of music
    And I'll sing once more.


    Soon I will travel to the S. West of the UK again and see the hills..... dressed in springtime Cheerful
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    The 10 string melody bowl and the celebration of the Elm tree by Tobias Kaye

    Post  B.B.Baghor on Wed Apr 22, 2015 12:16 pm

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1PVqvgH8cL4




    "Everywhere Elms are coming out of the shadows, holding out their flowers to remind us they are not gone.  
    All you have to do is know what an Elm flower looks like and you will suddenly see them everywhere.
    Elm is not gone from our landscapes, it is just hiding. What once was a massive tree gracing our parklands
    is now a hedgerow bush sustaining itself in waiting till an answer is found to the Ascomycota fungus.  

    Occasionally, like this one they will grow to 30' (10m) or more before the beetle find them and introduces
    the deadly fungus. Once dead they will come back from their roots, producing a cycle of growth that sustains
    them in our roadsides and hedges.




    These pictures show an Elm in flower between two oaks and close up of a cluster of Elm flowers around a twig.
    In a week or two these flowers will start to fall. Then you may see how simple they are. Each flower is just one
    'petal' with the seed embedded in its centre. Occasionally this seed may be red, mostly it is the same soft,
    bright green as the petal. This is the week to celebrate the Elm. Join me in letting this joy into our hearts that
    Elms may feel welcomed again". Tobias Kaye

    For those of you living in Devon, this is a link to a workshop called Mythical Journeys, a mix of storytelling and sounding bowls:
    I'm now in Harwich UK and will be in county Devon tomorrow
    sunny

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    ✥ GÓRECKI - Symphony n° 3 ✥

    Post  B.B.Baghor on Mon May 04, 2015 5:03 am

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dIvEtzGEVTA


    Published Sept. 19 2013
    Henryk GÓRECKI - Symphony n° 3, Opus 36 (1976)
    00:00 : I. Lento -- Sostenuto tranquillo ma cantabile ("The Holy Cross Lament")
    26:26 : II. Lento e largo -- Tranquillissimo
    35:52 : III. Lento -- Cantabile-semplice

    To me, this work of art is one of the most beautiful compositions of the 20th century.
    Today, in Holland the WW2 is remembered and at 20.00 pm on this May 4th day, it's a collective
    sharing in 2 minutes of silence. There's such sweetness in sadness and beauty as compagnons.
    When I switched on the Classic Radio 4 program and at some point heard the beginning of this piece,
    I was mesmerized. Almost knocks me off my feet!





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    Re: The power of Music

    Post  SophiasChoice on Tue May 05, 2015 12:25 am

    The Power of the Pentatonic Scale (HD) - 2009 World Science Festival



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    Re: The power of Music

    Post  mudra on Tue May 05, 2015 6:08 am

    Friends when you post a video copy its title too.
    In that way if that particular video ever gets removed
    by youtube people can always try to find it elsewhere.
    And not everything is lost.

    This was recommended to me by former member metaw3.
    I have been following his advice ever since.

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    Re: The power of Music

    Post  B.B.Baghor on Thu May 07, 2015 5:23 pm

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=105&v=BTS4JvKXvMI


    Thank you, mudra Flowers for the post last year in the Chalice of Wisdom thread,
    about the Estonian choir event. Such a wonderful creation of brother/sisterhood, celebrating
    many flavors of voice.
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    Re: The power of Music

    Post  mudra on Thu May 14, 2015 7:38 am

    Christian Amin Varkony - Hangovation (Album "Hang Sphere")
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4x3QzOLyLC4



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    Re: The power of Music

    Post  mudra on Thu May 14, 2015 7:40 am

    Alizbar Christian Amin Varkonyi Celtic harp ft Hang

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rulxBQkUIkk



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    Ring of bright water

    Post  B.B.Baghor on Fri May 22, 2015 5:09 pm

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iu12UBsOE20


    The ending song in the movie "Ring of Bright Water" (Food for Soul thread)
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    Re: The power of Music

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    Fern by Kate Moore

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    Corazon libre by Mercedes Sosa

    Post  B.B.Baghor on Fri Jun 12, 2015 10:02 am

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zryPSohvlCY


    Corazón libre

    (Rafael Amor)
    Te han sitiado corazón y esperan tu renuncia,
    Los únicos vencidos corazón, son los que no luchan.
    No los dejes corazón que maten la alegría,
    Remienda con un sueño corazón, tus alas malheridas.

    No te entregues corazón libre, no te entregues.
    No te entregues corazón libre, no te entregues.

    Y recuerda corazón, la infancia sin fronteras,
    El tacto de la vida corazón, carne de primaveras.
    Se equivocan corazón, con frágiles cadenas,
    Más viento que raíces corazón, destrózalas y vuela.

    No los oigas corazón, que sus voces no te aturdan,
    serás cómplice y esclavo corazón, si es que los escuchas.

    Adelante corazón, sin miedo a la derrota,
    Durar, no es estar vivo corazón, vivir es otra cosa.


    Free heart

    ( Rafael Amor )
    You have been besieged heart and expect your resignation,
    The only heart losers are those who do not fight.
    Do not let them kill the joy heart,
    Patches with a dream heart, your wings badly injured.

    Do not give up free heart, do not deliver.
    Do not give up free heart, do not deliver.

    And remember heart, childhood without borders,
    touching the heart, life springs meat.(?)
    Heart wrong with fragile strings,Wwindier than roots heart, destrózalas and flies.

    Don't buy into that heart, that their voices do not confuse you,
    You'll be an accomplice and slave heart, if you listen.

    Go forward heart without fear of defeat,
    ......................................... life is something else.

    The English song-text is a "Google translate" version and as far as I can discern, it's not entirely well done.
    If any of you with a Spanish tongue can give me the right translation, I will replace this last part with your text, thank you!
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    "The magic flute" by Wolfgang A. Mozart, a theatre opera by Ingmar Bergman

    Post  B.B.Baghor on Sat Jun 20, 2015 4:51 pm

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n_yYxpjwRkE


    Last week I stumbled upon this video and found a clown, a practical joker as well as a wise spiritual teacher in Mozart,
    the composer of  the opera "Die Zauberflote" or "The Magic Flute". The Swedish filmdirector Ingmar Bergman made a
    great movie of this theater opera version. I'm often favoring Mozart over Bach, for he knows how to balance a mundanity
    of life with divine expressions of beauty and grace. One may find all kinds of symbols and hidden meanings in the elements
    and vibes of Mozart's famous opera, if I'm right Mozart was immersed in the world of Freemasonry. I like the style of this
    video with many faces of people in the audience, born on Swedish grounds.
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    Re: The power of Music

    Post  B.B.Baghor on Sat Jun 27, 2015 1:59 am

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S9Z4FF99SIU


    Morrison described his song as…
    "One of those songs where you can see the light at the end of the tunnel…
    I don’t think I can elaborate on it any more than that."

    [Chorus]
    If I ventured in the slipstream
    Between the viaducts of your dream
    Where immobile steel rims crack
    And the ditch in the back roads stop

    [Bridge]
    Could you find me?
    Would you kiss-a my eyes?
    To lay me down
    In silence easy
    To be born again
    To be born again

    [Verse 1]
    From the far side of the ocean
    If I put the wheels in motion
    And I stand with my arms behind me
    And I'm pushin' on the door

    [Bridge]

    [Verse 2]
    There you go
    Standin' with the look of avarice
    Talkin' to Huddie Ledbetter
    Showin' pictures on the wall
    Whisperin' in the hall
    And pointin' a finger at me
    There you go, there you go
    Standin' in the sun darlin'
    With your arms behind you
    And your eyes before
    There you go
    Takin' good care of your boy
    Seein' that he's got clean clothes
    Puttin' on his little red shoes
    I see you know he's got clean clothes
    A-puttin' on his little red shoes
    A-pointin' a finger at me
    And here I am
    Standing in your sad arrest
    Trying to do my very best
    Lookin' straight at you
    Comin' through, darlin'
    Yeah, yeah, yeah

    [Chorus + Bridge]

    [Verse 3]
    In another world
    In another world
    In another time
    Got a home on high
    Ain't nothing but a stranger in this world
    I'm nothing but a stranger in this world
    I got a home on high
    In another land
    So far away
    So far away
    Way up in the heaven
    Way up in the heaven
    Way up in the heaven
    Way up in the heaven
    In another time
    In another place
    In another time
    In another place
    Way up in the heaven
    Way up in the heaven
    We are goin' up to heaven
    We are goin' to heaven
    In another time
    In another place
    In another time
    In another place
    In another face
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    Re: The power of Music

    Post  B.B.Baghor on Tue Jul 14, 2015 10:43 am

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l0ZNUnyVE1U


    The year that turned everything upside down for me. Love can do that to you, you know. Cheerful
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    Re: The power of Music

    Post  B.B.Baghor on Tue Jul 14, 2015 10:50 am

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GsaTuyjS1Ic


    This musician was on Radio Somerset this morning, he explained that the reason why he smiles all the time,
    while playing, is for his experience as a youthful drum-band musician not being allowed to smile when performing.
    He told the interviewer, when asked about it "I guess all the pent up smiles need to come out now?"

    Cheerful Cheerful Cheerful Cheerful Cheerful Cheerful Cheerful
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    Re: The power of Music

    Post  B.B.Baghor on Sun Jul 26, 2015 5:59 pm

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cSlGocYJ2Dk


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