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Playlist of List of Romanian language poets

  • MAGIC! - Rude


    “Don’t Kill the Magic”, the debut album from MAGIC!, Available Now on iTunes: Follow Magic! Website Facebook Twitter Instagram Music video by MAGIC! performing Rude. (C) 2013 Sony Music Entertainment International Limited

    #Magic #Rude #Vevo #Pop #OfficialMusicVideo

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    About Poldowski and Paul Verlaine

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  • La vita nova di Dante - Pre-concert Talk with composer Uri Rom


    This talk preceded a live performance of a production in progress based on Dante's La vita nova with music by Uri Rom in a new text version by Uri Rom and Yaron Motolla, with Soprano Sharon Rostorf creating the vocal part and Yaron Motolla in the role of Dante, on January 17, 2018, at the Buchmann-Mehta School of Music, Tel Aviv University.
    For a video of the performance, see:
    Pre-concert talk is given in English.
    Our thanks go to the BMSM for hosting and supporting the event and to the Istituto Italiano di Cultura - Tel Aviv for the cooperation.

  • 20 Popular Gujarati Lok Geeto || ગુજરાતી લોકગીતો || Traditional Folk Famous Gujarati Songs


    Studio Sangeeta Presents - 20 Popular Gujarati Lok Geeto || ગુજરાતી લોકગીતો || Traditional Folk Famous Gujarati Songs || કાઠિયાવાડી લોકગીત || ગુજરાતી સ્પેશલ ગીતો ||

    Album - Gujarati Lokgeeto
    Music Label - Studio Sangeeta

    Singers -

    Padma Shree Bhikhudan Gadhvi, Padma Shree Diwaliben Bhil,
    Suresh Rawal, Meena Patel, Damyanti Bardaayi, Saroj Vaishnav, Jayesh Barot, Rekha Rathod

    Songs List -

    01. Mehndi Te Vavi Malve Ne Rang Gayo Gujarat Re
    02. Chando Ugyo Chokma Ghayal
    03. Maragdo Maro Meli Dyone
    04. Saag Seesam No Dholiyo
    05. Ame Maiyara Re
    06. Sona Vatakdi Re Kesar
    07. Limbuda Jule Taara Baag Ma
    08. Zalavadi Dhol Taru Zanzar Waage
    09. Ramo Ramo Govaliya
    10. Hambo Hambo Vichudo
    11. Ram Lakhan Be Bandhaav
    12. Sonala Hindhori Ne Rupla
    13. Aawi Rudi Anjawaali Raat
    14. Unchi Re Chadu Ne
    15. Maadi Hu To Baar Varse
    16. Vahu Ae Vagovya Khorda
    17. Aaj Maari Mena Re Bole
    18. Rukhad Bawa
    19. Kunjal Na Maar Roya
    20. Kasumbi No Rang

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  • Black and Brown Composers in Baroque Latin America: An Introduction to the Repertoire


    Presenter: Henry Lebedinsky
    Hosted by Maria Romero

    An introduction to and survey of repertoire by composers of color and native-born South American composers from Brazil, Peru, Cuba, Mexico, Guatemala, and Bolivia from 1600 to 1800, with an emphasis on villancicos, cantatas, and other works for voices and chamber ensemble. Discussion topics include African and native influences, programming ideas, and sourcing of scores and performance materials.

    List of composers and bibliography:

    Early Music America's Resources of Diversity in Early Music Repertoire:

    Early Music America's IDEA (Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Access) Taskforce:

    Henry Lebedinsky has performed on historical keyboards with Seattle Opera, the Seattle Symphony, the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra, the Charlotte Symphony, Seraphic Fire, and the Cantata Collective, among others. With Stephen Stubbs, he is the co-Artistic Director of Seattle's Pacific MusicWorks, and the founder and director of PMW's Underground concert series, dedicated to educating and entertaining new audiences about the world of Baroque and Classical music in unconventional, fun, and boozy venues. Mr. Lebedinsky is also the co-director of the San Francisco Bay Area-based Agave Baroque, with which he has recently released two albums with countertenor Reginald L. Mobley on the VGo Recordings label. He and Mr. Mobley have spent the past decade introducing listeners near and far to music by Black composers from the past 250 years, including recent appearances at the Musée d'Orsay in Paris and Festival Printemps Musical des Alizés in Morocco.

    Maria Romero Ramos is a versatile modern and historical violinist specializing in the performance practices from the Baroque and Classical periods. She switches comfortably between different styles of bows and performs on both gut and modern strings. Romero is a candidate for the Doctor of Music degree in violin in the studio of Kevork Mardirossian at Indiana University, where she also obtained a M.M. degree. While at Indiana, she studied baroque violin with Stanley Ritchie and violin pedagogy with Mimi Zweig. Romero holds a Graduate Artist Certificate and B.M. degree from the University of North Texas under the of Julia Bushkova on the modern violín and Cynthia Roberts on the baroque violin, and the mentorship of lutenist Lyle Nordstrom. She also holds an Executive Graduate Certificate in Social Enterprise, Cultural Agency, Teaching Artistry, and Civic Leadership from the Global Leaders Program.

  • Laura Bretan Concert in February 2019 EN/RO Subtitles Lyrics


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    0:10 Laura Bretan - Pie Jesu
    4:19 Laura Bretan - The Prayer
    8:43 Laura Bretan - Apocalipsa 22 (Acolo Noapte Nu Va Fi)
    14:14 Laura Bretan - Yerushalayim Shel Zahav
    20:16 Laura Bretan - You Raise Me Up
    24:14 Laura Bretan - The Lord’s Prayer
    27:57 Laura Bretan - Via Dolorosa
    32:43 Laura Bretan - Albastre zări de cântec (Ierusalim)

    Laura Bretan performing in Lugoj, for a Christian Church („Harul”), on February 3, 2019.
    The subtitles are viewable by clicking the [CC] icon in the player. To auto-translate in other language, select Subtitles/CC, select English or Romanian, then select Auto-Translate. You’ll get a long list of languages you can translate into.

    Video source: Thank you!

    Many thanks to HarryE1969 for the English subtitles to Apocalipsa 22


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  • Poetry Readings Day 4


    Four local poets read their original poetry at The Grand Rapids Poets' Conference on April 5, 2012.

  • Surah AR RAHMAN سورة الرحمن - Recitiation Of Holy Quran - 55 Surah Of Holy Quran


    The Quran (/kɔːrˈɑːn/[n 1] kor-AHN; Arabic: القرآن‎ al-Qurʾān,[n 2] literally meaning the recitation; also romanized Qur'an or Koran) is the central religious text of Islam, which Muslims believe to be a revelation from God (Arabic: الله‎, Allah).[1] It is widely regarded as the finest piece of literature in the Arabic language.[2][3] Quranic chapters are called suras and verses, ayahs.
    Muslims believe the Quran was verbally revealed by God to Muhammad through the angel Gabriel (Jibril),[4][5] gradually over a period of approximately 23 years, beginning on 22 December 609 CE,[6] when Muhammad was 40, and concluding in 632, the year of his death.[1][7][8] Muslims regard the Quran as the most important miracle of Muhammad, a proof of his prophethood,[9] and the culmination of a series of divine messages that started with the messages revealed to Adam and ended with Muhammad. The word Quran occurs some 70 times in the text of the Quran, although different names and words are also said to be references to the Quran
    1. Al-Fatihah (the Opening)
    2. Al-Baqarah (the Cow)
    3. Aali Imran (the Family of Imran)
    4. An-Nisa’ (the Women)
    5. Al-Ma’idah (the Table)
    6. Al-An’am (the Cattle)
    7. Al-A’raf (the Heights)
    8. Al-Anfal (the Spoils of War)
    9. At-Taubah (the Repentance)
    10. Yunus (Yunus)
    11. Hud (Hud)
    12. Yusuf (Yusuf)
    13. Ar-Ra’d (the Thunder)
    14. Ibrahim (Ibrahim)
    15. Al-Hijr (the Rocky Tract)
    16. An-Nahl (the Bees)
    17. Al-Isra’ (the Night Journey)
    18. Al-Kahf (the Cave)
    19. Maryam (Maryam)
    20. Ta-Ha (Ta-Ha)
    21. Al-Anbiya’ (the Prophets)
    22. Al-Haj (the Pilgrimage)
    23. Al-Mu’minun (the Believers)
    24. An-Nur (the Light)
    25. Al-Furqan (the Criterion)
    26. Ash-Shu’ara’ (the Poets)
    27. An-Naml (the Ants)
    28. Al-Qasas (the Stories)
    29. Al-Ankabut (the Spider)
    30. Ar-Rum (the Romans)
    31. Luqman (Luqman)
    32. As-Sajdah (the Prostration)
    33. Al-Ahzab (the Combined Forces)
    34. Saba’ (the Sabeans)
    35. Al-Fatir (the Originator)
    36. Ya-Sin (Ya-Sin)
    37. As-Saffah (Those Ranges in Ranks)
    38. Sad (Sad)
    39. Az-Zumar (the Groups)
    40. Ghafar (the Forgiver)
    41. Fusilat (Distinguished)
    42. Ash-Shura (the Consultation)
    43. Az-Zukhruf (the Gold)
    44. Ad-Dukhan (the Smoke)
    45. Al-Jathiyah (the Kneeling)
    46. Al-Ahqaf (the Valley)
    47. Muhammad (Muhammad)
    48. Al-Fat’h (the Victory)
    49. Al-Hujurat (the Dwellings)
    50. Qaf (Qaf)
    51. Adz-Dzariyah (the Scatterers)
    52. At-Tur (the Mount)
    53. An-Najm (the Star)
    54. Al-Qamar (the Moon)
    55. Ar-Rahman (the Most Gracious)
    56. Al-Waqi’ah (the Event)
    57. Al-Hadid (the Iron)
    58. Al-Mujadilah (the Reasoning)
    59. Al-Hashr (the Gathering)
    60. Al-Mumtahanah (the Tested)
    61. As-Saf (the Row)
    62. Al-Jum’ah (Friday)
    63. Al-Munafiqun (the Hypocrites)
    64. At-Taghabun (the Loss & Gain)
    65. At-Talaq (the Divorce)
    66. At-Tahrim (the Prohibition)
    67. Al-Mulk – (the Kingdom)
    68. Al-Qalam (the Pen)
    69. Al-Haqqah (the Inevitable)
    70. Al-Ma’arij (the Elevated Passages)
    71. Nuh (Nuh)
    72. Al-Jinn (the Jinn)
    73. Al-Muzammil (the Wrapped)
    74. Al-Mudaththir (the Cloaked)
    75. Al-Qiyamah (the Resurrection)
    76. Al-Insan (the Human)
    77. Al-Mursalat (Those Sent Forth)
    78. An-Naba’ (the Great News)
    79. An-Nazi’at (Those Who Pull Out)
    80. ‘Abasa (He Frowned)
    81. At-Takwir (the Overthrowing)
    82. Al-Infitar (the Cleaving)
    83. Al-Mutaffifin (Those Who Deal in Fraud)
    84. Al-Inshiqaq (the Splitting Asunder)
    85. Al-Buruj (the Stars)
    86. At-Tariq (the Nightcomer)
    87. Al-A’la (the Most High)
    88. Al-Ghashiyah (the Overwhelming)
    89. Al-Fajr (the Dawn)
    90. Al-Balad (the City)
    91. Ash-Shams (the Sun)
    92. Al-Layl (the Night)
    93. Adh-Dhuha (the Forenoon)
    94. Al-Inshirah (the Opening Forth)
    95. At-Tin (the Fig)
    96. Al-‘Alaq (the Clot)
    97. Al-Qadar (the Night of Decree)
    98. Al-Bayinah (the Proof)
    99. Az-Zalzalah (the Earthquake)
    100. Al-‘Adiyah (the Runners)
    101. Al-Qari’ah (the Striking Hour)
    102. At-Takathur (the Piling Up)
    103. Al-‘Asr (the Time)
    104. Al-Humazah (the Slanderer)
    105. Al-Fil (the Elephant)
    106. Quraish (Quraish)
    107. Al-Ma’un (the Assistance)
    108. Al-Kauthar (the River of Abundance)
    109. Al-Kafirun (the Disbelievers)
    110. An-Nasr (the Help)
    111. Al-Masad (the Palm Fiber)
    112. Al-Ikhlas (the Sincerity)
    113. Al-Falaq (the Daybreak)
    114. An-Nas (Mankind)



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  • Introduction / Livius Andronicus Odyssey / Plautus / Cato the Elder / Cicero Tusculan...


    Provided to YouTube by Smithsonian Folkways Recordings

    Introduction / Livius Andronicus Odyssey / Plautus / Cato the Elder / Cicero Tusculan Disputations / Lucretius On the Nature of Things / Catullus / Virgil Eclogue IV / Horace Integer Vitae · Moses Hadas

    The Latin Language: Introduction and Reading in Latin (and English) by Professor Moses Hadas of Columbia University

    ℗ 2004 Smithsonian Folkways Recordings / 1955 Folkways Records

    Released on: 1955-01-01

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • ANAHATA – Sagan NIGHTWISH Cover + Lyrics


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    Andrea Kovács – Vocals/Backing Vocals
    Necro Mango – Arrangement



    Make me wonder, make me understand
    Spark the light of doubt and a new-born mind
    Bring the vast unthinkable down to Earth

    Always wary of a captive thought
    Beware the very first unkind word
    See who you are, where from, what of

    Entering the unknown
    Sending all the poets to the stars
    Daring to see beyond the man-made
    Woe to you who evade the horizon
    Listening to Sagan, dreaming Carl Sagan
    Unseen streams
    With understanding no poet is trapped
    Woe to all who stop at the horizon

    What kind of world would we call home, our own
    Oasis of love, humility and hope
    Eradicating all that's not for life

    What kind of aim would we call high, what kind
    Of life would bathe in the brightest white
    A limitless world will arise
    Son of man, dare to let go of the cowardice

    Entering the unknown
    Sending all the poets to the stars
    Daring to see beyond the man-made
    Woe to you who evade the horizon
    Listening to Sagan, dreaming Carl Sagan
    Unseen streams
    With understanding no poet is trapped
    Woe to all who stop at the horizon

    Entering the unknown
    Sending all the poets to the stars
    Daring to see beyond the man-made
    Woe to you who evade the horizon
    Listening to Sagan, dreaming Carl Sagan
    Unseen streams
    With understanding no poet is trapped
    Woe to all who stop at the horizon

    Entering the unknown
    Sending all the poets to the stars
    Daring to see beyond the man-made
    Woe to you who evade the horizon
    Listening to Sagan, dreaming Carl Sagan
    Unseen streams
    With understanding no poet is trapped
    Woe to all who stop at the horizon

  • Jornades ab sentits 2019 | Part 8 | ESMUC


    La segona edició de les Jornades ab sentits es va celebrar a l'Escola Superior de Música de Catalunya (ESMUC) entre els dies 21 i 23 de novembre de 2019 amb la voluntat d'obrir un espai de trobada i intercanvi al voltant del fenomen de la significació musical. Amb el lema “La significació musical, una eina per humanitzar el món”, les jornades van posa l’èmfasi en la incidència dels significats expressius sobre les decisions interpretatives.

    Professorat, alumnat, alumni i personalitats de fora l'Escola van participar de les jornades a través de concerts comentats, conferències, debats, classes públiques o assajos acadèmics. En aquesta segona edició, organitzada per Rolf Bäcker, Imma Grimalt, Joan Grimalt, Rubén López Cano i Melissa Mercadal, es va voler afavorir propostes de col·laboració paritàries i d’un ventall al més ampli possible: jazz, flamenco, cobla, música antiga, contemporània, etc.

    PART 8
    1a sessió de professors | Presenta i modera R. López Cano
    • R. Bäcker: The 'Dorian mode' in flamenco – a construction in music and discourse
    • Guaus/Pastor: Challenging the hegemony of performative time in music: Expanding the
    temporal perception of Webern’s op.27

    Segones Jornades ab sentits
    Del 21 al 23 de novembre de 2019
    ESMUC, Sala d'Orquestra

    Més informació:


    #ESMUC #JornadesAbSentits #JornadesESMUC #música #music #signigicaciómusical



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