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Inside the Vatican Palace, view of the vatican Gardens and Palace, February 1984, End of Anno Sancto 1983, (my photo Collection),
Inside the Vatican Palace_view of the vatican Gardens and Palace_ February 1984- End of Anno Sancto 1983 (my photo Collection)
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Mozart – Missa Brevis in C, K. 317 [complete] (Coronation Mass) (The extraordinary musical dialogue only Mozart could compose!)
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The Krönungsmesse (German for Coronation Mass) (Mass No. 15 in C major, KV 317; sometimes Mass No. 16), composed in 1779, is one of the most popular of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart‘s 17 extant settings of the Ordinary of the Mass. This setting, like the majority of Mozart’s mass settings, is a Missa brevis, or short mass (as opposed to the more formal Solemn Masses or High Masses, known as Missae solemnes). This Mass was completed on March 23, 1779 in Salzburg. Mozart had just returned to the city after 18 months of fruitless job hunting in Paris and Mannheim, and his father Leopold promptly got him a job as court organist and composer at Salzburg Cathedral. The mass was almost certainly premiered there on Easter Sunday April 4, 1779. Contrary to common misunderstandings, it was not intended for the church of Maria Plain near Salzburg, and was probably not performed at the Imperial coronations in Prague in 1790 and 1792. It appears to have acquired the nickname “Coronation” at the Imperial court in Vienna in the early nineteenth century. In the following century, Joseph Haydn alluded to this Mass in his Harmoniemesse. Structure:
6. Agnus Dei
The work is scored for SATB soloists and chorus, 2 violins, “Bassi”, 2 oboes, 2 horns, 2 trumpets, timpani, 3 trombones (which reinforce the alto, tenor and bass) and organ. Notable is the lack of violas, typical of music written for Salzburg, and the vague name “basses” for the stave shared by organ, bassoon (specified only in the Credo), Cello and Double bass. Among the original parts is one for “Violone”, a slippery term sometimes implying a 16′ bass but also used for the 8′ Bass violin.
The Kyrie, Gloria and Credo all begin emphatically in C-major with an almost military rhythm. The soloists contrast with the larger forces of the choir, often as a quartet. Of note in this regard are the central Adagio section of the Credo at Et incarnatus est, and the surprise of the Benedictus after the chorus has already declaimed the Hosanna. These musical breaks mimic what is occurring in the Mass at these points, and serve to link the music to the proper forum for which it was intended: The Traditional Roman Catholic Mass. Rubrics require the congregation to change from a standing position to a kneeling position at the ‘incarnatus’ out of respect for the Incarnation of Christ: hence the musical break. Similarly, only the first verse of the ‘Sanctus’ is sung before the Consecration, the ‘Benedictus’ verse is required to be sung afterward, according to the rubrics of the Mass. This required rubrical division often results in the verses appearing in music as two separate movements, although they are thematically joined. In the Credo, Mozart introduces the trombones for the Crucifixus and using a chromatic fourth in the bass. The soprano solo of the Agnus Dei exhibits melodic similarities to and may foreshadow “Dove sono”, the Countess’ main aria from Le nozze di Figaro.
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NOTE: I do not know who the performers of this are, nor the place and date of recording!!! Any suggestions are welcome.
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This is a little video I made with some pictures from Fagaras Mountains (May 2008) Song: Phoenix- Mugur de fluier
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I’d rather be a sparrow than a snail
Yes I would.
If I could,
I surely would.
I’d rather be a hammer than a nail.
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If I only could,
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Away, I’d rather sail away
Like a swan that’s here and gone
A man get tied up to the ground
He gives the earth
It’s saddest sound,
It’s saddest sound.
I’d rather be a forest than a street.
Yes I would.
If I could,
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I’d rather feel the earth beneath my feet,
Yes I would.
If I only could,
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Composicion de Daniel Alomia Robles, Peruano. Quizas la cancion que mas representa la musica Andina en el mundo. Obviamente, NO es un tema de Simon & Garfunkel, quienes utilizaron esta melodia en uno de sus albumes en los sesentas y este se convirtio en un “hit” mundial. Presentamos aca una version al vivo citando un arreglo del grupo Boliviano “Los de Canata”, de un LP que publicaron a mediados de los setenta y que marco un hito en definir estilos nuevos en la musica Andina.
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Composed by D. Robles, Peru. Perhaps THE most representative song from the Andes folklore. Obviously, NOT composed by Simon & Garfunkel, but the arrangement they made in the 60ies using this melody boosted them and the song to a world hit. This version quotes elements of an arrangement made in the 70ies by LOS DE CANATA (Bolivia).
Original video clip of this beloved peruvian melody!
The version of the 12 Girls Band, unlike Simon & Gurfunkel’s, rescues the original score with two traditional and clearly defined parts adding the elegance and nuances of China traditional music. This is the characteristic of the 12GB’s music.
“El condor pasa” became very popular in Asia and around the world because of Paul Simon’s version called “If I Could “, the song he composed in 1970. In fact, many East and famous singers like Teresa Teng perfomed versions of “Condor Pasa” in Chinese.
As we know, the original piece (a zarzuela), belongs to the Peruvian composer Daniel Alomía Robles. It was composed in 1913 and registered in 1933. Also from 2004 is considered as “Cultural Heritage of Peru” by a resolution of the INC and the Peruvian government. In the same resolution was declared “cultural interest” all the rich and voluminous work Alomía Robles includes more than 900 pieces of music.
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“Onna no Jyumon” the track from Meiko Kaji’s Zhenkyoku Shu CD
A beautiful song, I picked from Kill Bill, vol.2, I think.
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The music and the lyrics belong to Nicolae Mazilu a member of Grupul Carpatin Făgărășan (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grupul_C…), an armed group lead by Ion Gavrila Ogoranu (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ion_Gavr…). They fought against Communism in Fagaras Mountains between 1950 – 1956.
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Romanian flute is an instrument aerophone large family belonging to the PDO whistles. Due to its length, Knight was forced to adopt a different grifură that develops serious registry status scale minor chromatic defects. In medium Register acute initial scale can be complete with upper harmonics of the fundamental steps. Although musical practice meet some tools of this kind, which are less compatible with tempered initial design grifurii Knight is a well thought out constructive compromise. At Knight, the distance required for a tone interval between two holes is greater than the physical possibilities they have a person (fingers to zoom to each other). For this reason, the distance between adjacent holes covered fingers of the hands are limited in physical appearance at an interval of one semitone. Grifura instrument (five holes – two plus three) uses the following grouping of fingers: the left hand is used three fingers and two fingers on his right hand (with intervals between them of a semitone). Between the two groupings of fingers (actually between the two hands) is left away comprising a second interval increased (a tone and a semitone). At caval I met were the sounds basic tools: from sound to sound soil do 1. If higher harmonics issue, cavalurile not respond in the same way. Sound differences arising between instruments of the same type (affecting intonation and ambitus) is because that size tubes are designed differently by traditional builders. The instrument shown is compatible with temperate and is fundamentally sound, and sound. He was purchased from a traditional craftsman Arges (Ion Arsene), is a recent construction.
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Sometimes begin out in the world allows us to see and experience things we would have never thought possible. Many time though it gives us a completely different point of view, one that we would have never had unless we jumped from our comfort zones and headed out into the unknown world. Sometimes this can be a wonderful thing, other times it can be a bit of a pain.
I currently reside in Rome, the center of the Catholic world and a wonderful place to see and experience all that is going on around me. I have so many photos and videos that I will be sharing in the coming days, but unfortunately right now I am stuck in an internet cafe using a computer that for lack of a better word, sucks…
Usually I would strike out to find a good place to sit down and write to…
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Recorded Feb. 14th 1940. Ivy Anderson vocal. Trumpets: Wallace Jones, Contie Williams & Rex Stewart. Trombones: Lawrence Brown, Joe Nanton & Juan Tizol. Saxes: Otto Hardwicke, Johnny Hodges, Barney Bigard, Ben Webster & Harry Carney. Guitar: Fred Guy. Bass: Jimmy Blanton. Drums: Ronny Greer. Piano: Duke Ellington
Smokehouse Blues Marsalis 1994
Jelly Roll Morton recorded the Smoke House Blues in 1926. It has always been a top classic piece of jazz. I hardly ever heard a band playing this tune or even trying.
But here is this trumpet master Wynton Marsalis playing it 1994 with a select number of New Orleans musicians.
On clarinet is Dr.Michael White and the pianist is Steve Pistorius.
It is amazing how the band conquered the feeling of the original recording and still be able to give it its own spark. The musicians , even in their solos stay close to the original. plays All together very impressive and cleverly done.