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Klavdiya Shulzhenko: The Blue Scarf - Songs from the years of war

Klavdiya Shulzhenko: The Blue Scarf - Songs from the years of war
ID: RCD26803
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection:
Chanson


Claudia Shulzhenko was a legend of stage and screen in the Soviet Union, especially in the dark years of World War II. Her songs are imbued with that unmistakable Russian character which is so loved around the world.

This is the second of two CDs (Volume 1 is RCD 26802) presenting Claudia Shulzhenko's greatest hits from 1943 to 1948.
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Vladimir Vysotsky - Na Bolshom Karetnom - Chansons 1960-1971

Vladimir Vysotsky - Na Bolshom Karetnom - Chansons 1960-1971
ID: RCD26807
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection:
Chanson
Subcollection: Voice and Guitar

Chansons: Live recordings in 1960-1971

Vladimir Semyonovich VYSOTSKY , (1938 - 1980), was a Soviet singer-songwriter, poet, and actor, had an immense and enduring effect on Soviet culture. He became widely known for his unique singing style and for his lyrics, which featured social and political commentary in often humorous street-jargon. He was also a prominent stage- and screen-actor. Though the official Soviet cultural establishment largely ignored his work, he achieved remarkable[citation needed] fame during his lifetime, and to this day exerts significant influence on many of Russia's popular musicians and actors years after his death.
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Prevert Mon Ami - Poesie e canzoni di Jacques Prévert - Mario Cei, voice

Prevert Mon Ami - Poesie e canzoni di Jacques Prévert -  Mario Cei, voice
ID: STR57902
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection:
Chanson
Subcollection: Vocal and Piano

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Danse et Chanson - Grand Désir - ensemble

Danse et Chanson - Grand Désir - ensemble
ID: ACDHJ043-2
CDs: 1
Type: SACD
Collection:
Vocal Collection
Subcollection: Voices

The basse danse is a stately courtly dance who’s origin can be traced to Burgundy. It was enthusiastically taken up at numerous courts throughout Europe and flourished for a century long from the middle of the 15th century onwards. That courtly dance existed before this is clear: for example, a description of the basse danse can be found as early as ca. 1320, in a poem by the Toulousain priest, friar and troubadour Raimon de Cornet. No information however concerning its choreography can be found until the early 15th century.
The Brussels (Bibliotheque Royale de Belgique, Ms 9085, ca.1470) and Toulouze (L’art et instruction de bien danser , ca. 1496, by Michel Toulouze) manuscripts are the two most important musical sources of the French basse dance; although both manuscripts are dated to the late 15th century, stylistically their music resembles the earlier decades of the century. These manuscripts, along with a few additional sources, contain around fifty cantus firmi , varying in length between twenty-four and sixty-two notes, notated in slow semibreves without rhythmical variation. It is assumed that the cantus firmi of these basse danses notated in long semibreves provided a monophonic basis for polyphonic instrumental improvisation. Evidence for such a practice can be found in some polyphonic examples written out on the tenor-melody Re di Spagna.
Regarding performance-tempo, Daniel Heartz points towards the relation between the music and the actual choreography in his study concerning the basse danse: according to Heartz, each semi-breve of the basse danse-melody corresponds to one figure in the dance. Each figure consisted out of four movements equal in length, while the musical accompaniment took up six beats. Thus, the dancers moved fluidly on their toes in a three-to-two proportion to the music.


Grand Désir - Ensemble for Late Medieval and Contemporary Music

The mezzo-soprano Anne Marieke Evers and the blockflute player Anita Orme Della Marta met at the beginning of their musical studies at the Conservatorium of Amsterdam in September 1997. They formed a duo shortly after, specializing in both contemporary music as well as medieval and renaissance music. Later in their careers, their paths led them to pursue further studies in medieval music at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis, Switzerland, where they met the other ensemble members of Grand Désir. It was here that a common interest in the late-medieval music brought the group together in December 2004. Aside a few fixed members, Grand Désir likes to work with different musicians for each individual programme, thus creating the flexibility to obtain the perfect instrumentation for each project. Grand Désir performed their premiere in the ‘Fringe’ programme of the Utrecht Early Music Festival 2005. The ensemble has given numerous performances since in the Netherlands, Switzerland and Australia.
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Vladimir Vysotsky, songs - Russes Chanteurs

Vladimir Vysotsky, songs - Russes Chanteurs
ID: RDM0205292abc
CDs: 3
Type: CD
Collection:
Chanson
Subcollection: Voice and Guitar

CD1: RDM0607609
CD2: RDM0607610
CD3: RDM0607611
27.00 eur Temporarily out of stock

 
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