Filmed at the Wolverhampton Civic Hall in front of an adoring home crowd, the show was the biggest revival story of 2009 and the first time the band had been captured in concert for 28 years. With a 30th Anniversary set packed full of energy and hits, and a set of musicians on top of their game, it's a memorable record of a band who defined an era. Includes the hits Too Much Too Young, Ghost Town, Do Nothing and many more.The DVD has recently been shortlisted in the best live coverage category in the 2010 UK Music Video Awards.
By fusing Rocky Horror Picture Show and Blade Runner this futuristic tale of horror modernizes the rock opera genre with original music and rich dark production design.
Mozart:Piano Concerto Mo.17 Symphony No.39
This DVD package represents a quality document of one the the UK's most influential bands in the history of rock and roll! Features rare clips and outstanding live performances of some of Pink Floyd's best know tracks from their seminal early period. Including rousing versions of Let There Be More Light Flaming from an exclusive French television sequence a furious version of Cymbaline KQED live 1970 and a mind-boggling performance of one of Pink Floyd's most beloved tracks form the early period Atom Heart Mother recorded live in Japan 1971! Any serious Pink Floyd will not want to miss picking this up! Tracklisting: 01. Let There Be More Light (French TV 1968-1969) 02. Flaming (French TV 1968-1969) 03. Excerpts From European Television And Promotional Films 04. Point Me At The Sky 05. Stamping Ground 06. Atom Heart Mother 07. French Windows 08. Crystal Voyager
ARTH 108064; ARTHAUS MUSIK - Germania; Classica Lirica
German rock guitarist Michael Schenker and his band perform live in Japan in January 2010 during the band's 30th anniversary tour. Tracklist: 1. Welcome Howl 2. Feels Like A Good Thing 3. Cry For The Nations 4. Let Sleeping Dogs Lie 5. Armed & Ready 6. Victim Of Illusion 7. Are You Ready To Rock 8. I Want You 9. A Night To Remember 10. Into The Arena 11. Lost Horizons 12. Rock My Nights Away 13. On & On 14. Attack Of The Mad Axeman 15. Ride On My Way 16. Rock Bottom 17. Danc...
Banned in the USSR until 1986 Sonata For Viola documents the life of Russian composer Dmitri Shostakovich (1906 - 1975). In addition to being a moving profile of a musical genius the film bears witness to the joy of modern music. It shows how the maestro despite the drawback of his time overcame the storms of history and human frailty. It is illustrated with rare archival footage skilfully chosen by Alexander Sokurov
Richard Wagner's Tannhauser, performed by Orchester Der Bayereuther Festspiele and conducted by Sir Colin Davis.
BRDM A MUSICARES TRIBUTE
Arriving at college, Beca finds herself somehow muscled into a clique that she'd never have picked on her own: alongside mean girls, sweet girls and weird girls whose only thing in common is how good they sound when they sing together.
Celebrate a great British tradition and embrace the spirit of this magical evening. Tradition met high jinks in 2010 as Ji Blohlvek conducted his second Last Night while the spirit of Henry Wood presided as always over the grand finale of the BBC Proms. Rene Fleming lends her lustrous soprano to music by Strauss Dvok and Smetana. A festive new piece by Jonathan Dove opens the evening; brilliant young viola player Maxim Rysanov gives Tchaikovsky's popular cello variations a new voice; a contemporary hornpipe forms an upbeat to anniversary composer Arne's Rule Britannia! while traces of the season's Wood Parry Wagner Rodgers and Hammerstein and opera themes run throughout the concert. Full Listing: Jonathan Dove A Song of Joys Tchaikovsky Capriccio italien Tchaikovsky arr. Rysanov Rococo Variations Parry Blest Pair of Sirens R. Strauss Verfhrung Op. 33 No. 1 Vision Op. 48 No. 1 Stndchen Op. 17 No. 2 Winterweihe Op. 48 No. 4 Zueignung Op. 10 No. 1 Chabrier Joyeuse marche Smetana Dalibor - 'Dobr! J mu je dm! ... Jak je mi?' Dvok Rusalka - Song to the Moon Vaughan Williams Suite for viola and small orchestra - Prelude and Galop Wagner Lohengrin - Bridal Chorus Rodgers and Hammerstein Carousel - 'You'll never walk alone' Trad orch. Nic Raine Fisher's Hornpipe Arne arr. Sargent Rule Britannia! Parry orch. Elgar Jerusalem Elgar Pomp and Circumstance March No. 1 in D major ('Land of Hope and Glory') The National Anthem
Viva La Diva the song and dance extravaganza starring Prima Ballerina Darcey Bussell and international opera superstar Katherine Jenkins pays homage to divas of the past. Directed by choreographer Kim Gavin who has worked previously with the likes of Take That the show sees two of Britain's best loved and admired stars stretch each other's discipline.
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Puccini: Tosca (Sinopoli Metropolitan Opera Orchestra)
Dolly Parton, Song by Song is a six-part series, each episode exploring the stories around a particular hit song, including the inspiration for writing and recording it, the immediate impact it had and the legacy and accolades it has received. Each song story will provide a calibrated insight into the unparalleled drama of a life fully lived and a career fully exploited, depicting Dolly Parton's unique character full of resilience, fortitude, intellect, insight and compassion. My music is what took me everywhere I've been and everywhere I will go. It's my greatest love. I can't abandon it. I'll always keep making records. - Dolly Parton With 650 songs written by Dolly Parton registered with BMI and more than 100 million albums sold, she is one of only six female artists (including Reba McEntire, Barbara Mandrell, Shania Twain, Loretta Lynn, and Taylor Swift) to win the Country Music Association's highest honour, Entertainer of the Year. She has also been nominated for two Academy Awards and a Tony Award. Dolly Parton has earned 5 BMI Million-Air (or more) Performance Awards and numerous BMI Songwriter Citations of Achievement. She was also honoured with the prestigious BMI Icon Award in 2003. Six-part series exploring the stories behind Dolly's hit songs, including Jolene, 9 to 5, I Will Always Love you, and more Each song/story provides a calibrated insight into the unparalleled drama of a life fully lived and a career fully exploited Features guest stars Brad Paisley, Kenny Rogers, and many more
16 GREAT SONGS LIVE FROM GALWAY
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