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Letra e música: Glockenwise
Produzido por João Brandão e Glockenwise.
Gravado e misturado por João Brandão nos Estúdios Sá da Bandeira (Porto)
Masterizado por Miguel Pinheiro Marques em SDB Mastering

 

VÍDEO
Realização: Miguel Filgueiras
Direcção de arte: Francisca Marques
Assistente de realização: João Garcia
3D: Lyft Creative Studio
Agradecimentos: Eng. Eduardo Costa e FEUP

Leoš Janáček

Leoš Janáček: On an Overgrown Path - Series 1 / Misuzu Tanaka, piano

Live from Britton Recital Hall. / Piano: The Steinway & Sons Model D

 

0:18 Naše večery - Our Evenings
3:42 Lístek odvanutý - Blown Away Leaf
6:01 Pojďte s námi! - Come With Us!
7:10 Frýdecká panna Maria - The Madonna of Frydek
10:26 Štěbetaly jak laštovičky - They Chattered Like Swallows
12:23 Nelze domluvit! - Words Fail!
14:20 Dobrou noc! - Good Night!
17:26 Tak neskonale úzko - Unutterable Anguish
20:01 V pláči - In Tears
22:37 Sýček neodletěl! - The Barn Owl Has Not Flown Away!

 

The first five pieces of the two sets that Janáček called On an Overgrown Path were composed around 1900, for harmonium. The first set was completed as ten piano pieces in 1908, and Janáček then gave them their present titles. The overall title refers to a Moravian wedding song in which the bride laments that "the path to my mother's has become overgrown with clover", and the pieces, as Janáček wrote in 1908 in an explanatory letter to the musicologist Jan Branberger who was interested in publishing them, "contain distant reminiscences. Those reminiscences are so dear to me that I do not think they will ever vanish." Some of these memories are apparently happy, others intensely sad. In 1903 there occurred the central tragedy of Janáček's life: the death of his daughter Olga from typhoid fever at the age of twenty-one. The last three pieces of Set 1 certainly refer to Olga's death: in Czech folklore the owl, sýcek, is a bird of ill-omen (the English title in the published edition is 'The barn owl has not flown away' but Janáček gives a very accurate representation of the tawny owl's cry, whereas the barn owl screeches). © David Matthews

I Need You

When you're feeling like a lover

Nothing really matters anymore

I saw you standing there in the supermarket

With your red dress falling and your eyes are to the ground

Nothing really matters

Nothing really matters when the one you love is gone

 

You're still in me, baby

I need you

In my heart, I need you

 

Cause nothing really matters

I'm standing in the doorway

You're walking 'round my place

In your red dress, hair hanging down

With your eyes on one, we love the ones we can

Cause nothing really matters when you're standing

 

Standing

I need you, need you

 

Cause nothing really matters

We follow the line of the palms of our hands

You're standing in the supermarket

Nothing, holding hands

In your red dress, falling, falling in, falling in

A long black car is waiting 'round

I will miss you when you're gone

I'll miss you when you're gone away forever

Cause nothing really matters

I thought I knew better, so much better

 

And I need you

I need you

 

Cause nothing really matters

On the night we wrecked like a train

Purring cars and pouring rain

Never felt right about it, never again

Cause nothing really matters

Nothing really matters anymore

Not even today

No matter how hard I try

When you're standing in the aisle

And baby, nothing

Nothing, nothing

 

I need, I need, I need you

I need you

I need you

Just breathe, just breathe

I need you

Feel Your Weight (Poolside Remix)

Rhye - Feel Your Weight (Poolside Remix)

 

Director: Geneviève Medow Jenkins
Producer: Geneviève Medow Jenkins
DP: Larkin Donley
AC: Jonathan Rigattieri
Gaffer: Sam Wilkerson
Creative Concept: Geneviève Medow Jenkins
Choreographer, Apparatus Movement Director: Lisa Eaton
Starring: Terra Jo Wallace, Courtney Coll
Dancers: Brianna Pavon, Vanessa Trevino, ShirJuanda “Bounce” Woodso, Derek Schiesel, Tyrik Patterson, Tiffany Marzetta, Heather Blum, Nicole Avendano
Hair & Makeup: Amanda Bourne
PAs: David Foley, Josh Kay
Editor: Addie Liang
Colorist: Derek Hansen
Location: MAAVVEN Studios