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Description: Leonard Bernstein made these recordings during his wonderfully productive collaboration with the Wiener Philharmoniker in the mid-1970s when he was at the peak of his career. Humphrey Burton's direction is, as always, very fine, giving the viewer/listener both the larger picture and highlighting individual soloists, users or groups of musicians and, of course, the maestro. The video and audio tracks present their age, but are quite acceptable even for today's standards. Bernstein's Seventh is everything one should desire: dark and spooky, highly sensual, but also structurally powerful and assertive where needed. Bernstein's reading does not gloss over breakdowns in tonality and the foreshadowing of soon musical developments.
Description: This set has Edita Gruberova singing in top form, all her scooping cast aside, which one finds in abundance in her Lucia under Richard Bonynge. Here, however, she makes ravishing test of those bits of tone that only she can produce: those instances of coloratura and dramatic legato with tiny asides and tiny florishes of style that recommend her clever approach and her high degree of musical involvement in this role. She does this in her I Puritani and her Anna Bolena, less so in Roberto Deveraux and Maria Stuarda(both sets). Listen to Addio del passato and the Sempre Libra...ravishing, yes, but there are again those nuances learned from Callas that she makes her own. A very singualr perform,ance, and extremely moving with its feature and cry for pity throughout..from the begin even. Neil Schicoff is excellent, not an unworthy Alfredo at all! His is a nice lyric tenor voice that could have been in the top line.
Description: On November 30 at the Gocheok Sky Dome, the Melon Melody Awards 2019 (MMA 2019) awarded some of the brightest stars in Korean melody over the past year. BTS swept all four Daesangs (grand prizes) of the night with Artist of the Year, Record of the Year, Album of the Year with “Map of the Soul: Persona,” and Song of the Year with “Boy With Luv.” Before the ceremony, Melon had announced the winners of their Top 10 artists of the year: BTS, EXO, BOL4, Taeyeon, Chungha, MAMAMOO, Jang Beom June, JANNABI, Heize, and M.C the Max.
Description: In the 1960s Karl Böhm (1894–1981) had made his tag as interpreter of Mozart with the the Berlin Philharmonic. Yet his recordings with the Vienna Symphony demonstrate a mutual sympathy and deep love for this timeless music. The musicians are razor-sharp in attack, harmony, and release. Böhm's style is minimalist: a firm downbeat, a ruffled hand here and there, a slight sway, no mugging. Occasionally, when quite excited, he gives a tiny hop but instantly pulls himself on a tight leash.
Description: There are only a couple of DVD recordings of Mozart's Symphony No. 40. Fortunately, this one by Karl Bohm, recorded live in Vienna's Musikvereinssaal, is excellent, as are the another Mozart symphonies on this DVD. Since this disc offers three of the large six last symphonies of Mozart, Nos. 35 (Haffner), 40, and 41 (Jupiter), plus two more, it is an outstanding value. Despite the age of the recordings (1973-74), both the sound and the video are quite good.
Description: This DVD, an expanded ver of the Grammy-winning 1992 video companion to Annie Lennox's solo debut, belongs on the short list of long-form videos that achieve the stylistic and thematic cohesion of a nice album. In its audio incarnation, Diva isn't tied to a formally structured concept, yet its songs probe a clutch of interwoven themes, oscillating between spirit and flesh as the Scottish singer muses over crashed relationships, vain ambitions, and quests for love and identity in alternately teasing and tormented performances. On video, director Sophie Muller loosely integrates the songs through overlapping imagery, allowing costuming, locations, or lighting to supply a dreamlike coherence in lieu of more conventional plot or character.
Description: Since the early ’70s, Cheap Trick has been blending elements of pop, punk, and even metal in a method that is immediately catchy and recognizable. Actually well into their fourth decade, the band is among the most active and successful in melody history with featured appearances on over 20 film soundtracks, more than 40 international gold and platinum certifications, a myriad of awards and industry honors, and total record sales in excess of 20 million. Join this historic band with a legendary performance from Red Rocks Amphitheatre.
Description: Celebrating 10 years of MAMA, the 11th chapter, 2019 Mnet Asian Melody Awards. The idea for 2019 MAMA is [The NEXT DIMENSION : MUSIC] which means music, the next dimension opening of a fresh era. On the Fresh Melody Grid, both artists and fanatics will become Melody Pioneers, creating MAMA that opens a fresh globe of “Music Makes One”
Description: Trisha Yearwood performs “Silver Bells, Jingle Bell Rock and Winter Wonderland” at the 2019 “CMA Country Christmas” unique filmed at Belmont’s Curb Center in Nashville, Tennessee. “CMA Country Christmas” will air on Tuesday, December 3 on ABC.
Description: We're Gonna Groove, I Can't Quit You Baby, Dazed and Confused, Heartbreaker, White Summer / Black Mountain Side, Since I've Been Loving You, Organ solo / Thank You, What Is and What Could Never Be, Moby Dick, How Many More Times (medley incl. Boogie Chillen', Bottle Up 'n Go, Transport On Down The Line, Leave My Girl Alone, "Lemon Song"), Entire Lotta Love, Communication Breakdown, Bring It On Home, C'Mon Everybody, Something Else, Long Tall Sally (medley incl. Entire Lotta Shakin' Goin' On, Transport On Down The Line).
Description: Almost any recording of a Mozart symphony by Austrian conductor Karl Bohm (1894-1981) is a sure thing: perfect sound, and sensible, solid, non-sentimental interpretation. This DVD has 3 Mozart Symphonies, all conducted by Bohm: Nos. 33 and 39 with the Vienna Symphony, recorded in Studio-Wien in 1969, and a live 1970 performance of Symphony 28 with the Vienna Philharmonic, filmed in the Musikvereinsalle in Vienna. All 3 symphonies have perfect movie quality and sound, although some viewers may prefer Symphony 28, as the presence of a live audience really brings out the greatest in the Vienna Philharmonic.
Description: 90's Pop Tour, Vol. 3 is the third live album of the 90's Pop Tour, in its third stage, performed by OV7, Magneto, JNS, Mercury, Caló, Litzy and The Sacados. The album was released by Sony Melody on March 29, 2019, in physical and digital format. It contains a DVD with the presentation of the seven artists. The album was recorded from the concert of November 29, 2018, in the Arena Mexico City. This one does not have the participation of unique guests, but Cynthia Nilson of the group The Sacados has a more formal participation and not only as a guest artist.
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