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    Jon Bon Jovi and Jennifer Nettles:
    Who Says You Can't Go Home Again-


    Which leads me to some more great exercise music from Bon Jovi:

    It's My LIfe:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vx2u5uUu3DE

    Livin' On A Prayer:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lDK9QqIzhwk

    You Give Love A Bad Name:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KrZHPOeOxQQ


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    Kathleen Edwards singing "Six O'Clock News.

    www.youtube.com/watch?v=EVtAblO50Fc

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    Vespri Siciliani-a Verdi opera which could be subtitled, “Beware of ****ing Off Sicilians." I listened to it last night (it's available on youtube). What can I say...I love Verdi...plus, an obsession with Sicilians is an internet disease which I seem lately to have caught. I thought I was safe here, a sort of refuge zone, but apparently not. Not that I bear any animus against them, I hasten to add, rather the opposite, as I married one of their cousins (well, part cousin) from across the Strait of Messina.

    I think this opera would have been a better choice as a backdrop to The Godfather III than Cavaliere Rusticana. (I would be even more leery of antagonizing anyone in this subgroup! They have very long memories. The only people who have a bit of immunity are honest prosecutors and FBI people. After all, even they don’t have a death wish, and slaughtering “clean” law enforcement people would bring down the whirlwind.)

    The opera celebrates the revolt of the Sicilians against French rule in 1282, which began at Vespers or sunset prayer time on the night before Easter Monday. There are a number of versions of how it started but all of them involve the insolence of dastardly Frenchmen toward Sicilian women. (Messing with their women is also not a good idea, even today, and trust me on this, the Calabresi aren’t much better. )

    From Wiki:
    “the Sicilians at the church were engaged in holiday festivities and a group of French officials came by to join in and began to drink. A sergeant named Drouet dragged a young married woman from the crowd, pestering her with his advances. Her husband then attacked Drouet with a knife, killing him. When the other Frenchmen tried to avenge their comrade, the Sicilian crowd fell upon them, killing them all. At that moment all the church bells in Palermo began to ring for Vespers.”

    This is another version:
    “In the version according to Leonardo Bruni (1416), the Palermitans were holding a festival outside the city when the French came up to check for weapons, and on that pretext began to fondle the breasts of their women. This then began a riot, the French were attacked first with rocks, then weapons, killing them all. The news spread to other cities leading to revolt throughout Sicily. "By the time the furious anger at their insolence had drunk its fill of blood, the French had given up to the Sicilians not only their ill-gotten riches but their lives as well."

    I've linked to three nice pieces to hopefully whet some appetite to hear more...if not of this opera, of Verdi in general.

    Here is the overture, brilliantly conducted by Riccardo Muti. (I adore him and have done for decades. He’s a conductor of passion and style who seems to have channeled Verdi. A rock star of a conductor!)

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-1iOk-i6fGE


    “ O Patria…O Mu Palermo. “ For once, the tenor didin’t get all the glory. (Has anyone ever noticed the basses and baritones are usually better looking than the tenors? Would it have just been too much to give them good looks too? Or is it just me? Wait…there’s Placido Domingo…he was always easy on the eye, so maybe I take it back…And what about Franco Corelli? Ok just forget I said anything. ) This is my favorite version of it. The singer is Ferruccio Furlanetto.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y3TS8RglWHE

    O patria, o cara patria, alfin ti veggo!
    Oh fatherland, Oh dear fatherland, at last I see you!

    L’esule ti saluta dopo sì lunga assenza.
    The exile greets you after too long an absence.

    Il fiorente tuo suolo ripien d’amore io bacio.
    I kiss your flowering soil with kisses of love.

    Reco il mio voto a te, col braccio e il core!
    With my arms and my heart I'll keep my vow to you!

    O tu, Palermo, terra adorata,
    Oh Palermo, beloved land,

    a me sì caro riso d’amor,
    Laugh of love so dear to me,

    alza la fronte tanto oltraggiata,
    Raise youe outraged brow,

    il tuo ripiglia primier splendor!
    Reclaim your former splendor!

    Chiesi aita a straniere nazioni,
    I sought help from foreign nations,

    ramingai per castella e città.
    I wandered through castles and cities.

    Ma, insensibil al fervido sprone,
    But, insensible of my fervid urging,

    dicea ciascun:
    Every one of them said:

    Siciliani, ov’è il prisco valor?
    Sicilians, where is your former valor?

    Su, sorgete a vittoria, all’onor!
    Go on, rise up to victory, to honor!

    You get the drift I’m sure….

    This is also a nice piece: Maria Callas singing Arrigo…A parli a un core
    It means you speak to a heart already prepared to forgive you. It’s a very difficult piece to sing and she does a superlative job.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=529zk5-32qM

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    I don't listen much to music, but when I do it is usually classical. For instance:



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    Quote Originally Posted by Angela View Post
    Very beautiful indeed! and Maria Callas never fails.

    The Angevins (French) were ousted from Malta (Part of Sicily then) a few months later as a continuation of the Vespers uprising with a dramatic battle in Grand harbour.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Malta

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maciamo View Post
    I don't listen much to music, but when I do it is usually classical. For instance:



    Dramatic enough to think about Indo-European migrations.
    I find Classic music is great to relax especially after the kind of day I had today. I often have it in the car stuck in traffic. Got great variations so it can be heard through out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maciamo View Post
    I don't listen much to music, but when I do it is usually classical. For instance:



    Dramatic enough to think about Indo-European migrations.
    Very nice indeed. I like Mahler a lot, and Bernstein channels him the way Muti channels Verdi, I think.

    Oh, and I'm all for drama, as long as it's not in my personal life! In this particular case, I do think Mahler was thinking about love, however.

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    Feist singing Mushaboom.

    www.youtube.com/watch?v=cYF0qU5WSew

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    The Handsome Family....Far From Any Road.


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    Thanks, Hope. I had never heard of the Handsome Family before. Off to Youtube to explore their music further.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aberdeen View Post
    Thanks, Hope. I had never heard of the Handsome Family before. Off to Youtube to explore their music further.
    They`re new to me too Aberdeen, so I don`t know what their other stuff is like. I came across the soundtrack for the TV series True Detective [ it didn`t air here ..or if it did I missed it...] and this was one of the tracks from it I liked, along with this...

    The Hat....The Angry River.


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    Kevin Ross-This Is My Wish




    He's a credit not only to Motown but to the Berkeley School of Music, a really great school, only next to Julliard, in my opinion.

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    Neanderthal Jazz flute quartets mostly

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    This you tube compilation was playing at a party...really great if you're in the mood for holiday music.

    Crooners Sing Christmas, Bing, Frank, and Dean...Strange to think it took me so long to appreciate them...the older I get, the better they sound. The playlist and times are in the notes.


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    One of the highlights of the New York Holiday Season is the annual production of Tchaikovsky's The Nutcracker Suite as choreographed by George Balanchine. It's a more than 55 year old unbroken tradition. The gold and glitter of the theater, the sumptuous stage set and costuming, the orchestra, the wonderful dancers, and the presence of so many awestruck and excited children in the audience combine to create a really magical and unforgettable experience.

    For those who prefer just the music, this is a lovely performance by the Osaka Philharmonic:


    Youtube offers the entire, wonderful 1993 performance with Darci Kistler:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OZ5Se2ErinU

    This is a short excerpt from the Bolshoi performance of one of the favorite sections, the duel of the Rat King and the Nutcracker Prince:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GfFLjXszBiQ

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    I'm feeling morose. So I'm listening to pre-WW2 Cajun blues.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PzYKS7_mn3E

    I have a few Gaspard's in my family somewhere.

    I thought nobody would like this music; but I showed this song to several people and they were fascinated by it. It is gloomy and mysterious. Very little is known about this musician. His name was Alcide Gaspard and was blind. He died very young; about 8 years after this song was recorded.

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    This season there were twelve scheduled performances of Handel's Messiah in New York, and that's not counting the performances in the suburbs in the surrounding tri-state area. The performances of the New York Philharmonic and the Oratorio Society are probably the most highly regarded. I personally don't think it's ever been done better than when Leonard Bernstein conducted it. I've provided a link to the "Chorus" below. Quincy Jones did a "soul" arrangement which is very nice. That link is listed as well. Speaking of fun versions, there is a great one done by the Boston Gay Men's choir that uses visual aids for the lyrics, mainly, I think, so that the vocally challenged could participate. :) There are always some complaints because it does distract from the wonderful singing that is a hallmark of this group, but you have to have fun with the classics too! Anyway, another fun thing to do if you're in New York around this time of year, and you're a frustrated performer like some of us (ahem!) is to participate in one of the Messiah Sing Ins, of which there are dozens. The best, in my humble opinion, is the one put on by the National Chorale, when we are 3,000 strong.

    Leonard Bernstein conducting the Chorus:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qpTR...OK8Zi0&index=8

    The Quincy Jones "soul" version:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1V51aTh2c0Q

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    Khachaturian....Masquerade Suite.


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    That was just lovely, Hope. Lovely as music, and lovely as a dance. It's such a pity that "real" dancing has so gone out of style.

    I know that Leonard Cohen is not everybody's cup of tea, and it's certainly a totally different genre, but i was listening to him the other day, and so the following song came to mind when I listened to this waltz. This particular clip is from when he was older, and his voice had already started to go, but as with Johnny Cash, it's almost more moving to me for that very reason, and plus, I love the visuals in this particular clip.

    Leonard Cohen: Dance Me To The End of Love


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    Since red is a nice, festive Yuletide colour, I'm listening to this.

    www.youtube.com/watch?v=4gzLwX2z7ZY

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    Quote Originally Posted by hope View Post
    Khachaturian....Masquerade Suite.
    Enjoyed that very much Hope Thanks.

    Adele mood this morning

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    and my fovourite from Adele

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angela View Post
    That was just lovely, Hope. Lovely as music, and lovely as a dance. It's such a pity that "real" dancing has so gone out of style.

    I know that Leonard Cohen is not everybody's cup of tea, and it's certainly a totally different genre, but i was listening to him the other day, and so the following song came to mind when I listened to this waltz.
    Actually Angela, whilst I wouldn`t say I was a big fan of Leonard Cohen, there are in fact quite a few of his songs I do like...he uses lyrics brilliantly. The video you posted didn`t play for me in my part of the world so I went to YouTube and found it there..which turned out to be a good thing..I heard a Cohen song a short time back and never caught the title... I found it whilst looking for your video! So that worked out well..:)

    Aberdeen...of all the songs with red in the title..you had to post 99 Red Balloons..that song sticks in your head for days!..lol. I didn`t even listen to it once I saw what it was..and I`m still humming it..

    Maleth Glad you liked Masquerade Suite. I have phases where I listen to Folk music for a while, then some 80s Pop then Classical..this month it`s classical. I have been listening to Lully lately [ one of my favourites..very regal..lol.] See what you think of this
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sy-yugPw_X8


    Regards Adele and Skyfall, it and Rolling in the Deep are my two favourites from her..
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rYEDA3JcQqw

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    @Maleth,
    Any day is a day when I can listen to Adele...one of my favorites.

    @Hope,

    I'm a HUGE Leonard Cohen fan, of both his performed and unperformed poems. I could post song after song that I find profoundly moving and meaningful, but at this time of year I tend to mostly listen to either classical or "holiday" music.

    I was at a different kind of holiday celebration this week, a Hanukkah one, and it wasn't all just "Dreidle, Dreidle, Dreidle".

    Prokofiev's "Overture" On Hebrew Themes.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aBaXeAHuVTg

    Amit Peled playing Bloch's "Prayer". I really like this piece and I really like him.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rTso0wYH4f4

    I defy anyone to keep their feet still while listening to this amusing Mazurka:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZG2BHc0nU2E

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    December is also Dvorak month in New York.

    Here is the Dvorak Cello Concerto with Yo Yo Ma and the New York Philharmonic. (He is a very emotional and expressive performer, by the way...and warm and engaging in real life as well...another stereotype bites the dust!)


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