Originally Posted by Almaviva
I continue to have trouble with Firefox and inserting images. Now I can do it, but they are small.
Anyway, let's focus on the DVD itself.
This was recorded live at the Royal Danish Opera, Copenhagen, in October of 2008.
Lars Ulrik Mortensen conducts the Concerto Copenhagen.
Inger Dam-Jensen is Partenope.
Andreas Scholl is Arsace
Christophe Dumaux is Armindo
Tuva Semmingsen is Rosmira (a.k.a.
(En français: http://itywltmt.blogspot.com/2011/07/la-musique-classique-animee.html )
I don’t know about your childhood, but mine involved (probably too much) television, and especially cartoons. Before the advent of specialty cable channels like Cartoon Network, TeleToon, YTV and Nickelodeon, mainstream networks used to provide a wide range of cartoon programming on Saturdays.
Updated Jul-18-2011 at 13:52 by itywltmt
(Removed warning, added french link)
Nicholas looked at himself in the mirror. He wore on his tuxedo, custom fitted just for the occasion, decked with gold cuffs and watch. He definitely had the look for tonight. But that wasn't what he was thinking about.
That day at school, 5 girls had approached him, begging for him to be their personal escort. He had to say no to each of them, because he honestly didn't know. He was confounded: how could so many girls want him, and yet not satisfy him? The truth was, he was very sad. He
Updated Jun-10-2011 at 23:56 by Huilunsoittaja
And now I'm listening to a whole lot of Bruckner. It used to be Bruckner and Ravel, but now...uh...now it's just Bruckner, basically. Smattering of Sibelius, less one of Mahler, a pinch of Bach thrown in, you know, but it's exceedingly odd to say that Bruckner is the main composer I listen to right now.
It's weird for me to say this, being a mostly non-religious person (let alone a devout Catholic church organist), but Bruckner's music does have that strange feel of a confessional
Have you even experienced a time where you sorta left a composer alone, or didn't listen to a lot of their works, and now you come back to them and you love them anew? That's how I've been the last few days.
Besides Prokofiev and Shostakovich, he's my first love. Whereas the other 2 are like brilliant new and exciting acquaintances (to put that lightly), Glazunov is now a dear old friend.
Let me just share with you why I'm such an advocate
Updated Jun-09-2011 at 23:03 by Huilunsoittaja