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|On the Town
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On the Town (Sinatra Tribute) (DVD)
They Paint The Town With Joy!.Three sailors--Gabey (Gene Kelly), Chip (Frank Sinatra) and Ozzie (Jules Munshin)--are let loose in New York City on a 24-hour leave. On a subway, Gabey sees a poster of "Miss Turnstiles of the Month"--a woman named Ivy Smith (Vera-Ellen). Thinking she's a high society girl, the trio spends the day looking for her. Along the way they run into a cab driver, Hilde (Betty Garrett), who is attracted to Chip, and a gorgeous anthropologist named Claire (Ann Miller).Song highlights: "New York, New York", "A Day In New York", "Main Street", "Prehistoric Man", "You're Awful", "I'm Feeling Like I'm Not Out Of Bed", "Come Up To My Place" and "Count On Me".]]>
|Christmas in London
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Relive all the fun, laughter, and irresistible music of SISTER ACT -- the inspired comedy hit that packed pews everywhere! Whoopi Goldberg stars as a sassy, low-rent lounge singer forced to hide out from the mob in the last place on earth anyone would look for her -- a convent. While she's there, her irreverent behavior attracts a flock of faithful followers and turns the nuns' tone-deaf choir into a soulful chorus of swingin', singin' sisters. But when the group earns rave reviews, her sudden celebrity jeopardizes her hidden identity. Harvey Keitel and Kathy Najimy join a heavenly cast in this habit-forming comedy bursting with '60s Motown hits.
|Cinderella - Rudolf Nureyev, Opéra national de Paris
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|Vivere Live in Tuscany [DVD/CD]
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Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli grew up in Lajatico, a rural village in Tuscany, where his family still farms nearby. Last July, on the slopes of his ancient hill town, a special theater was constructed for a one-night-only concert of his greatest popular hits along with new songs performed to honor the occasion. Some famous musical friends dropped by and the magical result is Andrea Bocelli - Vivere - Live in Tuscany, premiering this December on PBS.
Joining Andrea for the new songs are "grandissimo sassofonista" Kenny G, trumpeter Chris Botti, piano virtuoso Lang Lang, Italian pop star Eliza, and legendary musician, songwriter and producer David Foster. Helping with the hits: favorite divas Sarah Brightman, Heather Headley and Laura Pausini.
Surveying the breathtaking landscape that provides the backdrop for the festivities, Bocelli introduces the telecast with the passion of a true Toscano. "It's my land," he says, "a land that loves silence as much as I do. If I break this silence with my voice, it's because I want to pay tribute. Music penetrates this land; it flows across it and flies off far away. It's a message of love."
Musical highlights include the song that launched Bocelli's career, "Il Mare Calmo Della Sera"; the one that brought him international stardom, "Time to Say Goodbye," in duet with Sarah Brightman; Laura Pausini joining him for "Dare to Live" ("Vivere"); Bocelli and Heather Headley reprising the popular "Vivo Per Lei," plus several new selections from the just-released The Best of Andrea Bocelli - Vivere album (Sugar Music/Decca). Also featured is a meltingly romantic medley of songs from his 2006 collection, Amore: "Bésame Mucho," "Somos Novios" ("It's Impossible") and "I Can't Help Falling in Love with You."
Disc: 1 (Live CD)
1. ITALIA (Featuring Chris Botti on trumpet)
2. LA VOCE DEL SILENZIO (Duet with Elisa)
3. MEDLEY: Besame Mucho, Somos Novios (It's impossible), Can't Help Falling in Love
4. CANTO DELLA TERRA (Duet with Sarah Brightman)
5. MILLE LUNE MILLE ONDE
7. SE LA GENTE USASSE IL CUORE (Studio Version)
8. DOMANI (Studio Version)
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3. A TE (Featuring Kenny G on soprano saxophone)
4. VIVO PER LEI (Duet with Heather Headley)
5. IO CI SARÒ (Featuring Lang Lang on piano)
6. HUNGARIAN RHAPSODY no. 2 in C sharp minor (Performed by Lang Lang)
7. LA VOCE DEL SILENZIO (Duet with Elisa)
8. DANCING (Performed by Elisa)
9. CANTO DELLA TERRA (Duet with Sarah Brightman)
10. BELLISSIME STELLE
11. MEDLEY: Besame Mucho/Somos Novios (It's impossible)/ Can't Help Falling in Love
12. BECAUSE WE BELIEVE
13. THE PRAYER (Duet with Heather Headley)
14. ITALIA (Featuring Chris Botti on trumpet)
15. DARE TO LIVE (Vivere) (Duet with Laura Pausini)
17. IL MARE CALMO DELLA SERA
18. TIME TO SAY GOODBYE (Con te partirò) (Duet with Sarah Brightman)
DVD Bonus Material Includes: Photo gallery and behind the scenes interviews and more
Bocelli Vivere Live In Tuscany will be available in both digipak and amaray versions—-each with DVD and CD components.
- CAPTURING BOCELLI S FIRST EVER CONCERT PERFORMANCE OF HIS MOST POPULAR SONGS FEATURING GUESTS CHRIS BOTTI, KENNY G., LANG LANG, SARAH BRIGHTMAN, HEATHER HEADLEY and more. Last July, on the slopes of Andrea Boceli s home town, Lajatico, a rural village in Tuscany, a special theater was constructed for a one-night-only concert of his greatest popular hits along with new songs performed to honor t
|Giuseppe Verdi - Aida
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|Play Piano in a Flash with Scott Houston
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Stop dreaming about playing the piano and learn now! Scott The Piano Guy Houston, the pianist, author and multiple Emmy Award-winning host of the public television series, The Piano Guy.
In this collection Scott teaches you exactly what you need to know to immediately start playing the music that you love on your own piano or keyboard. This 12-DVD set makes learning piano easy and is perfect for absolute beginners, intermediate players or even more advanced pianists!
A simplified way to learn how to play piano
Step-by-step video instruction with a teacher by your side
Learn to play the non-classical songs you love to listen to
Fun and easy-to-learn techniques, mini-lessons, tips, tricks and secrets Blues, pop, standards, jazz, Latin, rockabilly and kids tunes
Eye-opening segments with incredible guest pianists Learn how to make your playing sound more professional
Understand chords, slides, scales, melodies, roots, left-hand patterns and more
Learn everything you need to know to play any piece of piano music Audio tracks let you play along with the professionals
Learn to play songs including: DON T KNOW WHY IMAGINE - FLY ME TO THE MOON - AMAZING GRACE SWEET HOME ALABAMA YESTERDAY AS TIME GOES BY - MOON RIVER BYE BYE BLACKBIRD THE CHRISTMAS SONG YOUR SONG YOU ARE MY SUNSHINE IT HAD TO BE YOU SCARBOROUGH FAIR HAVE A LITTLE FAITH IN ME LOUIE, LOUIE A THOUSAND MILES NEW YORK, NEW YORK THE ENTERTAINER MACK THE KNIFE THE ROSE NEARER MY GOD TO THEE MORNING HAS BROKEN WINTER WONDERLAND JOY TO THE WORLD - CHRISTMAS TIME IS HERE WHITE CHRISTMAS AND MANY, MANY MORE!
Learn to improvise, read sheet music, and build chords.
Have fun playing kid tunes, learn rolling chords and root chords.
Discover pedal tones, improve left-hand playing, and ballad endings.
Find out how to make basic chords interesting, and change a temp for an intro.
- 12 DVDs
- As Seen on Public Television.
- Teaches you exactly what you need to know in Play Piano.
|Tchaikovsky - Eugene Onegin / Fleming, Vargas, Hvorostovsky, Gergiev, Carsen [Metropolitan Opera 2007]
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This staging, by Robert Carsen, of Tchaikovsky's popular romantic opera was broadcast live to cinemas worldwide from the Metropolitan Opera to great critical acclaim in February 2007. Renee Fleming and Dmitri Hvorostovsky star as the doomed lovers in Pushkin's tragic tale of unrequited love and their onstage chemistry made for some rave reviews. Valery Gergiev, widely considered to be Russia's greatest living conductor, leads the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra and Chorus.
This set, filmed at the Metropolitan Opera's February 2007 performances of Tchaikovsky's most popular opera, has just about everything going for it: an all-star cast in peak form, a great orchestra led by today's leading Russian conductor, and a striking stage production whose minimalist, often stark, sets manage to superbly suit this most Romantic of operas.
Drawn from Pushkin's classic, the opera tightly focuses on the story of Tatiana, a naive young girl who declares her love for a dashing rake (Onegin) who rejects her overtures. His arrogance surfaces leads to flirting with his best friend's fiancée and then to killing him in a duel. Plagued by remorse, a superficially reformed but still impossibly self-centered Onegin meets Tatiana at a ball, but now the childish country bumpkin is the glamorous wife of a Prince. He declares his love but she rejects him and leaves him alone, a solitary, tragic figure.
Renée Fleming's Tatiana is a triumph, her gorgeous soprano voice, intense acting and precise characterization make the complex young woman come alive. Her "Letter Scene," in which the singer must reveal the innermost thoughts of a confused soul, is as good as it gets, as Fleming fully reveals the young woman's joyous hopes of requited love and also her fears of rejection. In the final act, she's still attracted to the dashing Onegin but resolved to preserve her marriage. In the title role, Dmitri Hvorostovsky is her equal; his firm baritone fits the music like a velvet glove and his acting matches Fleming's in its intensity. He's especially fine in his last-act monologue, bursting with despair and passion. Tchaikovsky gave the work's most beautiful arias to Lenski, Onegin's friend. Ramon Vargas' mellifluous tenor is well-suited to the lyricism of Lenski's Act One love aria and to the poignant aria before his duel with Onegin. Lenski's anger at his friend in the ball scene is palpably menacing. As Olga, Tatiana's high-spirited sister and Lenski's fiancée, Elena Zaremba is fully up to the rest of the cast, her rich mezzo and pointed phrasing a strong point. Sergei Aleksaskin's Prince Gremin is a dignified presence, Larisa Schevchenko as Tatiana's old nurse is convincing, and the smaller roles are well sung and acted. Jean-Paul Fouchécourt is not only in excellent voice in the beautiful aria of Triquet, Tatiana's French tutor, but manages to invest his song with an apt touch of parody as well. Valery Gergiev's conducting is a major asset, and the MET Orchestra is in terrific form, with special kudos due to the soulful clarinet solos that are so important in the musical texture.
Producer Robert Carson imbues the work with Romantic glow and Michael Levine's spare sets are far more effective than one might think. The stage is strewn with leaves and framed by textured rods doing duty as birch trees in Act One; the ball scene similarly framed by a rectangle of chairs and side tables, both sets analogues for the character's imprisonment in their unbridled emotions. Video director Brian Large keeps his cameras well-focused on the action, to complete an Onegin that's the DVD version to get. --Dan Davis
|Lullaby Series Brahms Lullaby with nightingales 8 hours dark screen
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|Tchaikovsky, Swan Lake - Maya Plisetskaya, Bolshoi Ballet
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