popular music: isabel
Charpentier: La Descente d'Orphee aux Enfers
Warner Classics, 2005
Handel: Giulio Cesare
Handel s popular opera, Giulio Cesare, is named after the great Roman emperor, but its most memorable character is Cleopatra. In this production by Laurent Pelly from Paris splendid Palais Garnier, the role of the Egyptian queen is assumed for the first time by Natalie Dessay, described by the Telegraph as a supreme vocal enchantress. Giulio Cesare is the opera that offers a dazzling array of dramatic situations and moods with music to match ...
The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
Reprise / Warner Music Group, 2002
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The Blue Butterfly
Monterey Video, 2006
His mother persuades a renowned entomologist ( William Hurt ) to take them on a trip to the Costa Rican rain forest to search for the butterfly, leading to an adventure that will transform their lives. And so, their journey begins. A journey of courage, redemption and love. Inspired by a true story, this is a magical film about a courageous young boy and a jaded man who chase a dream, and whose lives are forever changed. The only way to catch ...
Southeastern Records, 2013
Southeastern, the new solo album from Jason Isbell, contains 12 new Isbell compositions and the most personal songs of self-reflection and discovery he has written to date. The lyrics of the beautiful and haunting opening track Cover Me Up, make it immediately apparent that Isbell is speaking from an entirely new viewpoint. The song features his strongest vocals to date, but also kicks the door to his soul wide open for all to see. Isbell ...
Mahler: Symphony No. 2
, Isabel Bayrakdarian, ...
Sfs Media, 2004
Although the pieces performed here by the internationally acclaimed, Canadian-based soprano Isabel Bayrakdarian are sung entirely in Armenian, these songs cast a powerful spell long before their literal meaning has been gleaned. Bayrakdarian born in Lebanon, the daughter of Armenian parents explores the extraordinary legacy of Gomidas Vardabet, a well-traveled, turn-of-the-nineteenth-century composer who made it his life' s work to seek out, ...
2006studio album that reflects the multi-national character of the group; the songs are not all sung in English, but drift between Spanish, English and Italian. However they are worded, all use the emotional Esperanto of love. Highlights on Ancora include 'Isabel' a duet with Celine Dion and IL Divo's cover of Mariah Carey's 'Hero'.
Lady Sings the Blues
Billy Dee Williams
The essence of Billie Holiday, one of America's most loved and memorable blues singers, is captured brilliantly in a tour-de-force debut performance by singer Diana Ross. Filled with the greatest songs of the incomparable "Lady Day," this stunning film biography received five Academy Award. nominations, including Diana Ross for "Best Actress." Costarring Billy Dee Williams and Richard Pryor.
Biber: Requiem a 15 in Concerto / Battalia a 10
Heinrich Ignaz Franz von Biber
AliaVox Spain, 2002
Bach: Sonatas & Partitas for solo violin
Harmonia Mundi, 2010
Isabelle Faust has gone back to the original manuscript sources to offer us her versions of these iconic masterpieces of the violin repertoire. In Bach s time, music for solo instruments was still little explored territory, and his Sonatas and Partitas immediately established themselves as a benchmark, technically challenging and brimming with creativity.
The Boy from Oz (2003 Original Broadway Cast)
Peter Allen was an Australian gay man who was once married to Liza Minnelli and was still officially in the closet when he died of AIDS in 1992. It's obvious that when it comes to sheer drama, Allen's life is pretty hard to beat, and Hugh Jackman's portrayal in this bio-show terrifically brings home the music man's energy and inner contradictions. Too bad his life's intensity wasn't reflected in Allen's milquetoast songs, which are generously ...
Bbc / Opus, 2009
Alina Cojocatu, Johan Kobborg, Marianela Nunez, and Martin Harvey perform in this Royal Ballet production of the Adam ballet conducted by Boris Gruzin.
The Royal Diaries
Scholastic Media, 2008
Adapted from the beloved Scholastic Book Series, Dear America, The Royal Diaries focuses on the diaries of three real princesses in three separate adventures. Each story is an accurate depiction about what life would have been like in the era covered by each story and as seen through the eyes of teenage girls. The Royal Diaries mixes the magic of storytelling with historical events, bringing these unique girls to life. Let these teen ...
Carnaval 2014 - Sambas de Enredo - Escolas de Samba - Grupo Especial do Rio de Janeiro
Unidos de Vila Isabel
Beija Flor de Nilopolis
Universal Music, 2013
CD dos Sambas de Enredo 2014! A trilha sonora da maior festa da cultura popular do Brasil! Gravado ao vivo na Cidade do Samba, com a participação dos ritmistas das 12 Escolas, do coro afinado das Comunidades, e do "puxador" de cada agremiação interpretando o hino que defenderá na Marques de Sapucaí em 2014. Tracks: 01. Retratos de um país plural - Unidos de Vila Isabel 02. O Astro Iluminado da Comunicação Brasileira - ...
Troubadour and the Nightingale
Manitoba Chamber Orchestra
MCO Records, 2013
The Manitoba Chamber Orchestra and Canadian soprano Isabel Bayrakdarian transport the listener to the Middles Ages through music inspired by 13th Century female troubadours. This album includes works by the Armenian troubadour Sayat-Nova and the Greek songs of Maurice Ravel, all arranged by Canadian pianist and composer Serouj Kradjian. The disc also includes a new work by Kradjian that focuses on the female troubadour Ysabella and conjures up ...
Mozart - Don Giovanni / Gilfry, Polgar, Bartoli, Rey, Nikiteanu, Salminen, Widmer, Harnoncourt, Zurich Opera
Arthaus Musik, 2002
The overwhelming success of the Prague performance of "Le nozze di Figaro (The Marriage of Figaro)" in December 1786, led to the commissioning of a new opera. Mozart and his librettist Lorenzo da Ponte turned to the Don Juan theme, making this promising
The Spanish Masters
Zenph Studios, 2011
The Spanish Masters shines a spotlight on famed Iberian composers Albeniz, Granados and Falla. Although these gentlemen died more than sixty years ago, they were recorded anew in 2011 performing their own works at the piano, alongside cellist Zuill Bailey and soprano Isabel Bayrakdarian. How was this possible? Through the magic of groundbreaking technology, the original audio recordings of these Spanish masters were transformed back into live ...
Greatest Broadway Hits
Greatest Broadway Hits
Golden Greats Recs, 2004
Tchaikovsky - Matthew Bourne's Nutcracker! / Matthew Bourne, Anthony Ward
Kultur Video, 2005
Tchaikovsky's much-loved score and Olivier award winning designer Anthony Ward's stunning sets and costumes with sizzling choreography. Promising a fresh serving of the traditional Christmas far, Matthew Bourne's Nutcracker! is a delightful feast for all of the family.
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