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Blog do escritor Luís Soares

Addio, mio caro bene

G.F. Händel (1685 - 1759)
Duetto Arcane & Clizia: "Addio, mio caro bene" from opera "Teseo" HWV 9

 

Mezzo-soprano - Natalia Kwałek
Countertenor - Jakub Józef Orliński
Conductor / 1st violin - Stefan Plewniak
Ensemble - Il Giardino d'Amore

 

Addio, mio caro bene
Addio, dolce mia vita
Io parto
Or vanne
Addio
Parto ma parto in pene che teco resta ognor questo mio cor.
Breve sia la partita poi farò pago allor il tuo desio.
Addio, etc.

Bernstein's Serenade for Violin and Orchestra

New England Conservatory celebrates composer and conductor Leonard Bernstein on the centennial of his birth. Here we have Bernstein’s Serenade (after Plato’s “Symposium”) as performed by the NEC Philharmonia and violinist In Mo Yang ’17 AD and conducted by Hugh Wolff.

 

Serenade for Violin and Orchestra "after Plato's Symposium"

 

Phaedrus; Pausanias
Aristophanes
Eryximachus
Agathon
Socrates; Alcibiades

 

Composer: Leonard Bernstein
Conductor: Hugh Wolff
Ensemble: NEC Philharmonia
Artists: In Mo Yang (Violin)

Ouroboros

Thomas Larcher: Ouroboros for cello and orchestra

 

Jean-Guihen Queyras, cello
Per Kristian Skalstad, conductor
Norwegian Chamber Orchestra

Recorded live at Sentralen, Oslo 13 September 2016

 

The ouroboros or uroborus (/ˌjʊərəˈbɒrəs/) is an ancient symbol depicting a serpent or dragon eating its own tail. Originating in ancient Egyptian iconography, the ouroboros entered western tradition via Greek magical tradition and was adopted as a symbol in Gnosticism and Hermeticism and most notably in alchemy. Via medieval alchemical tradition, the symbol entered Renaissance magic and modern symbolism, often taken to symbolize introspection, the eternal return or cyclicality, especially in the sense of something constantly re-creating itself. It also represents the infinite cycle of nature's endless creation and destructionlife, and death. The term derives from Ancient Greekοὐροβόρος, from οὐρά (oura), "tail" + βορά (bora), "food", from βιβρώσκω (bibrōskō), "I eat".

Acid Arab

Acid Arab - Sayarat 303

From Acid Arab's debut album "Musique de France"

The video consists of a slightly re-edited version of a short film shot in 1987 by maverick independent Algerian filmmaker Ahmed Zir, entitled Seuls les oiseaux ("Only the Birds”)

Edited by Myrtille Moniot & Hervé Carvalho

(p) Cinémémoire.net / Circuit Court Marseille.
Available on the DVD "Le cinéma algérien en liberté" (www.circuit-court.org)

 

Acid Arab - Gul l’Abi (feat. A-WA)

Written & Directed by: Behsat Veyseloğlu
Producer: Ateş Benek
Director of Photography: Birkan Yorulmaz
Art Director & Costume Designer: Hazal Bağcı
Assistant Director: Beril Ece Güler
Production Assistants: Mehmet Akif Budak, Elay Ghanbari
Focus Puller: Gökhan Küçük
Gaffer: Necati Yavuz, ROTA IŞIK
Electrician: Okan Çetinkaya
Art & Costume Assistants: Volkan Kısa, Taylan Gökçe, Eda Kalkavan
Make up: Eda Kalkavan
Editor: Behsat Veyseloğlu
Colorist: Tuğba Azcan
Motion Design & Compositing: Çağrı Yenen
Sound Design: Ozan Kurtuluş
Music: Acid Arab ft A-WA // Gul L’abi

 

Cast: Hazal Ekser, Eda Urfalıoğlu, Serra Akartürk, Vedat Sönmez, Emre Uğur Sezgin, Can Küçük, Oğulcan Üregül, Manolya Akdemir, Açelya Akdemir, Gizem Akartürk, Mahmut Özdericioğlu

 

Special Thanks to: Hatice Acar, Oğuzhan Akalın, Doğukan Hazar Göksel, Seda Eroğlu, Tamer Çiçek, Merve Kurgan, Neslihan Altıntaş, Mahmut Özdericioğlu, Manas Khaldarov, Ersin Aldemir, Elay Ghanbari, Fatih Karabaş, Serdar Gazi, Dinç Yılmaz, Kaan Vurgun, Batuhan Gümüşlü, Onat Dalay, Erkan Veyseloğlu, Emre Veyseloğlu, Cem Köken, Örsan Akgül, Akartürk Ailesi, Zeynep ilker, CarbonWorks, Milimetre Ekipman, Anima İstanbul, ABT İstanbul, Dijitalist, Rota Işık, Mate Marketing Technologies. And all those who contributed ...