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RSPO/Oramo/Chineke!/Edusei review – rounded, exquisite, played ...

A stellar performance by Renée Fleming and the first appearance by the BAME Chineke! Orchestra made Proms 61 and 62 a privilege to attend.

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Albert (Rene) Grenier (1858-1925) Poster Print by Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec (18 x 24)

Albert (Rene) Grenier (1858-1925) Poster Print by Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec (18 x 24)


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Albert (René) Grenier (1858-1925) was reproduced on Premium Heavy Stock Paper which captures all of the vivid colors and details of the original. The overall paper size is 18.00 x 24.00 inches and the image size is 18.00 x 24.00 inches. This print is ready for hanging or framing. Brand New and Rolled and ready for display or framing. Print Title: Albert (René) Grenier (1858-1925). Paper Size: 18.00 x 24.00 inches. Product Type: Fine Art Print, Artist: Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec.

Sting & Jim Gable - Sting Live In Berlin

Sting & Jim Gable - Sting Live In Berlin


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Culled from Stings critically acclaimed world tour, Symphonicity, this exclusive live CD/DVD compilation features many of his greatest hits, including "Roxanne," "Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic," "King Of Pain," "Fields Of Gold," and more, all re-imagined for symphonic arrangement. Featuring special guest Branford Marsalis on select tracks, this live concert experience is quintessential Symphonicity! Recorded September 21 at the O2 Arena, Live in Berlin was directed and produced by the Emmy-award winning team, Jim Gable and Ann Kim of Graying & Balding, Inc, in association with Universal Music Classical Management & Productions and Executive Produced by Chris Roberts and Stings long-time manager, Kathryn Schenker, with music produced by Rob Mathes and Sting and mixed in stereo and 5.1 by Elliot Scheiner and Thom Cadley. Live in Berlin captures Sting, for the first time, on the acclaimed Symphonicity world tour, which has garnered rave reviews from sold-out performances in prestigious venues such as Red Rocks in Denver, the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, the Metropolitan Opera House in New York, Londons Royal Albert Hall, among others: "The real stars of the show were the arrangements: classical twists on classic hits that make Symphonicity a must-see." - Globe and Mail (Toronto) "If you have the chance to hear Stings greatest hits performed with a symphony orchestra, it is one that you dont want to miss." - Diena (Tallinn) "Pairing Sting with the orchestra is brilliant synchronicity on multiple levels. Hes a consummate showman and a willful storyteller." - The Denver Post "Sting proves that he is one of the greatest living musicians." - Die Welt (Berlin) "This is one of the must-see concerts of the year." - The New York Post The Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra has previously performed with internationally renowned artists ranging from opera luminaries Andrea Bocelli, Bryn Terfel, Ren?e Fleming, Kiri Te Kanawa, and the late Luciano

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From first-time novelist Jordan Sonnenblick, a brave and beautiful story that will make readers laugh and break their hearts at the same time. Thirteen-year-old Steven has a totally normal life: he plays drums in the All-Star Jazz band, has a crush on the hottest girl in the school, and is constantly annoyed by his five-year-old brother, Jeffrey. But when Jeffrey is diagnosed with leukemia, Steven's world is turned upside down. He is forced to deal with his brother's illness and his parents' attempts to keep the family in one piece. Salted with humor and peppered with devastating realities, DRUMS, GIRLS, AND DANGEROUS PIE is a heartwarming journey through a year in the life of a family in crisis.

RSPO/Oramo/Chineke!/Edusei review – rounded, exquisite, played ... - The Guardian

nevitably, the Proms that always command most critical attention and shift most tickets are those that involve premieres, rarities, outsize pieces and, of course, stars. As Esa-Pekka Salonen once wisely said in an interview , it can be just as rewarding simply to give – and to listen to – a really good concert, too. Salonen’s fellow Finnish conductor Sakari Oramo can always be relied on for really good concerts – it’s partly why he is making four appearances in this year’s Proms, including the last night. And Renée Fleming is of course, by any measure, a star. But the most striking thing about Wednesday’s early evening Prom by the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra was not just Fleming’s excellence but the fact that Oramo and the Swedes had arrived with a really imaginative programme and delivered... Oramo began with Liguria, an orchestral soundscape by the Swedish composer Andrea Tarrodi , receiving its UK premiere. A bell from a distant village chimes as the night falls. Liguria is in the best sense a thoroughly professional piece of orchestral scene painting. Samuel Barber’s masterly Knoxville: Summer of 1915 for soprano and orchestra is that too, and much else besides. Fleming has sometimes been accused during her career of sacrificing consonants and verbal clarity for beauty of sound, rather as Joan Sutherland once was, but here she provided both things in full measure. She projected the words of James Agee’s nostalgic but always sharply self-aware text attentively while also floating those still fabulous Fleming top notes to poignant effect in the work’s key final lines. After the interval, Fleming reappeared to confirm that she still possesses one of the great Strauss soprano voices of any era. In the closing scene from the composer’s 1937 one-act “bucolic tragedy” Daphne, the soprano bids farewell to the world by becoming a laurel tree, singing wordlessly in the work’s final pages, an effect achieved by Fleming going off stage to sing... But after each of the advertised pieces there was also an appropriate encore: Barber’s Sure on This Shining Night, also an Agee setting and perfect for where Fleming’s voice now lies, and Strauss’s Morgen, exquisite calling card of so many great... Yet this was an evening for a fully rounded concert as well as a night for diva worshippers. Nielsen’s Symphony No 2 is something of an Oramo speciality. He conducted a storming performance of this so-called “Four Temperaments” symphony with the BBC Symphony Orchestra in the Barbican Hall three years ago. This rendering, with his Swedish orchestra, was less elemental than that one, especially in the choleric first movement. But the stoic melancholy of the show movement and the abrupt vigour of the finale were played to perfection. An hour and a bit later, a very different orchestra and a very different audience assembled for arguably one of the most important concerts that the Proms have ever hosted. Founded by the double-bass player Chi-Chi Nwanoku , Chineke. is an orchestra that aims to create opportunities for mainly black and minority ethnic professional musicians. There was a palpable sense of occasion as well as excitement. Given the late-night billing and an audience needing to get late buses and tubes home, Chineke. The most important of these was Hannah Kendall’s BBC-commissioned world premiere The Spark Catchers, rhythmically incisive, the score dancing above a solemn chorale played by the horns. Cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason , winner of the 2016 BBC Young Musician prize, was supple and fluent on his lovely Amati instrument in Dvorak’s G minor Rondo and David Popper’s Lisztian pastiche Hungarian Rhapsody. Jeanine de Bique threw off two Handel arias and one by the Chevalier de Saint-Georges with winning panache. Debuting less than two years ago, Chineke. now plays in many countries, but this was the orchestra’s first Prom, with all the exposure that entails. It was disappointing that such an important event for classical music in the UK was relegated to a late-night slot. In future years, they should surely get a mainstream date and the chance to play an extended programme. But at least this concert will be televised on BBC Four on 8 September.


  1. A stellar performance by Renée Fleming and the first appearance by the BAME Chineke! Orchestra made Proms 61 and 62 a privilege to attend.
  2. AS leader of the pack of Renee Fleming fanatics, I can happily claim her singing at Prom 61 last week was the highlight of this year's Proms.
  3. MARTINSVILLE – Prior to the end of August, students at Albert Harris Elementary School had never heard of Mitchell Elementary School in Houston, Texas.
  1. RT @raoul_pablo: "Yes, and when when the love of life disappears, no meaning can console us." (Albert Camus)
  2. RT @famousquotenet: The hardest thing in the world to understand is the income tax. - Albert Einstein
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My Neighbor Renee's Perfect Chili! (cayenne, chili powder, red pepper flakes, olive oil, garlic, green pepper, ground beef, orange bell pepper, chili pepper, chipotle peppers, red wine, salt, green chilies, yellow bell pepper, yellow onions)

Uncle Albert's Barbecue Sauce Recipe (vegetable oil, vinegar, salt, poultry seasoning, black pepper, eggs, beer)

Bacon Cheddar Quiche (bacon, cayenne, cheddar cheese, eggs)

Turkey Macaroni Bake (cheddar cheese, turkey, elbow macaroni, milk, black pepper)


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ALEJANDRO Viernes: Nolan Chance- I'll never forget you (Thomas 45) Ollie Nightingale- I don't know why I love you (Memphis 45) John Gary Williams- Thewhole darn world is going crazy (Stax LP) Bobby Patterson- I get my groove from you (Paula LP) James Conwell- Another sundown in Watts (Guiness LP) Larry Saunders- Fly away love bird (Soul International LP) Jo Armstead- There's not too many more (Giant 45) Sonny Til-Tears and misery (RCA 45) Bobby Taylor- It was a good time (Sunflower 45) Rhetta Hughes- Cry myself to sleep (Tetragrammaton LP) The Lost Generation- Your mission (Innovation II 45) The Ovations feat. Louis Williams- Till I found some way (XL 45) The Four Flights- All I want is you (Almeria 45) Oscar Perry- He sent me you (Mercury 45) Chuck Ray- Reconsider (Gemigo 45) The Lovelites- Love so strong (Lovelite 45) Margie Joseph- Come on back to me lover (Atlantic LP) Bobby McClure- Love trap (Hi 45) Garland Green- System (Ocean Front LP) Johnny Sayles- My love ain't no love...
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what the tree knew (for tall pea) paper collage renée alberts 2011
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Dar Luz (Lightgiver) for Dina paper and crystal collage on mirror renée alberts 2011

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