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Sabaton -World War Live - Battle Of The Baltic Sea | DVD | (22/08/2011)
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After taking the entire world by storm with their latest record Coat Of Arms and the following World War tour that led the Swedes through sold out venues all around the globe, it now is the time to release a proper live document of the amazing power the sextett unleashes live on stage every night.
The Road To OR-Shalem | DVD | (24/10/2011)
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Halo DiesBirth of the ThreeOlat Ha'tamidThe Kiss of BabylonA Never Ending WayDisciples of the Sacred Oath PT. 2Bereft in the AbyssThe Storm Still Rages InsideSapariFrom Broken VesselsOcean LandM I?New JerusalemVayehi orThe WarriorBarakaCodeword: UprisingEl Meod Na'alaIn Thy Never Ending WayThe Beloved's CryNorra El NorraOrnaments of Gold (Ending)Live Bonus Tracks From the Show: (38:51)Bakapaim (With Yehuda Poliker)Halom Layam <span class="scayt-misspe...
Benatzky - Im Weissen Rossl | DVD | (09/09/2013)
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Carlos Kleiber - the Legend | DVD | (29/11/2004)
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Carlos Kleiber's concert appearances were legendary for their rarity and for the sublime quality of his music-making. His death in 2004 robbed music of one of its most charismatic yet enigmatic figures. His excursions into the recording studio were frustratingly few thus it is fortunate that a handful of concerts were captured on film. This special DVD box set includes five of these occasions in which the hallmarks of Kleiber's conducting - his often minimal but always poetic ges
Petula Clark - It's a Musical World | DVD | (05/11/2012)
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Petula Clark is one of Britain's best-loved entertainers whose career has spanned an incredible eight decades. Although Petula has enjoyed an enviable acting career, it is for her singing voice that she is most admired for. Now, for the very first time ever, some of her greatest television performances from the 1970s and 1980s are made available on this DVD, including the 1970 Petula Clark Show, in which Petula duets with Peggy Lee and Dean Martin. Also includes TV interviews and comedy sketches from the 1970s and 1980s.
EN VIVO! (Steel Book Version) | DVD | (26/03/2012)
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Disc 11. Satellite 152. The Final Frontier3. El Dorado4. 2 Minutes to Midnight5. The Talisman6. Coming Home7. Dance of Death8. The Trooper9. The Wicker Man10. Blood Brothers11. When the Wild Wind Blows12. The Evil That Men Do13. Fear of the Dark14. Iron Maiden15. The Number of the Beast16. Hallowed Be Thy Name17. Running Free18. Satellite 1519. The Final Frontier20. El Dorado21. 2 Minutes to Midnight22. The Talisman23. Coming Home24. Dance of Death25. The Trooper26. The Wicker Man27. Blood Brothers28. When the Wild Wind Blows29. The Evil That Men Do30. Fear of the Dark31. Iron Maiden32. The Number of the Beast33. Hallowed Be Thy Name34. Running FreeDisc 21. Behind The Beast (Documentary - Behind The Scenes Footage From The Road)2. The Final Frontier Promo (Director's Cut)3. Making Of The Final Frontier Promo4. Satellite 15 World Tour Show Intro5. Behind The Beast (Documentary - Behind The Scenes Footage From The Road)
ELP - 40th Anniversary Reunion Concert | DVD | (26/09/2011)
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EMERSON LAKE & PALMER (ELP) reformed for the first time since 1998 to headline the HIGH VOLTAGE FESTIVAL on Sunday July 25th 2010. 2010/2011 marks the 40th anniversary of the creation of Emerson Lake and Palmer the band that was formed from King Crimson The Nice and Atomic Rooster. They became the first true prog-rock Super Group and defined an era. In four years in the early 70s they sold nearly 50 million albums and today still have a worldwide fan base which numbers in the hundreds of thousands. This is a show that brings back the same theatrics that the highly creative and unsurpassable combination of Keith Emerson's legendary keyboards Greg Lake's extraordinary voice and the dramatic drumming of Carl Palmer to their core fan base and to the new generation that hails the musical and technical virtuosity that ELP delivered at every performance and recorded in every album. Tracklist includes: Touch and Go] Farewell to Arms Lucky Man Pictures at an Exhibition Fanfare For The Common Man Many more
Wagner: Der Ring des Nibelungen -- Metropolitan/Levine | DVD | (14/10/2002)
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The James Levine cycle of Wagners Der Ring des Nibelungen is humane and emotionally powerful rather than monumental or spiritual; Levine is more interested in finding our sympathy for the characters than inspiring pity or terror. These are very traditional productions in which you see a rock where you need to see a rock, a dragon where the libretto says a dragon (the Metropolitan Opera has never been a place for experiment). What Levine and the Met can and do offer is excellent orchestral playing and some of the best singers in these roles in the world. Siegfried Jerusalem is boyish and naive and touching as Siegfried, and he is also surprisingly good as the detached mischievous Loge of Das Rheingold. James Morris is uniformly impressive as Wotan and makes the character evolve from the young ruthless god of the first opera to the tired old god of Siegfried, who seeks nothing more than his own necessary defeat and death. As Brunnhilde, Hildegard Behrens makes a convincing shift from goddess to woman, from callousness to tenderness and on to vindictiveness and self-sacrificing wisdom. Overall, this is an attractive Ring cycle, well-cast and beautifully played; others have greater strengths in some areas, but Levine is reliable across the board. On the DVD: Der Ring des Nibelungen has all four operas, which are also available individually, contained in a single box. All the DVDs come with a photo gallery of the Metropolitan Opera productions and with menus and subtitles in German, French, English, Spanish and Chinese. Its a little disappointing, though, that they are presented in American NTSC format, not European PAL, and the picture ratio is standard TV 4:3. On the plus side, they all have an excellent clear acoustic in the three audio options: PCM stereo, Dolby Digital 5.1 and DTS 5.1. --Roz Kaveney
La Scala Collection | DVD | (02/05/2006)
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Various Composers: La Scala Collection - 11 Operas
New Year's Concert 2005 | DVD | (31/01/2005)
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The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra in concert conducted by Lorin Maazel....
Bizet - Carmen (Mcvicar, Jordan, Lpo, Von Otter) | DVD | (12/02/2003)
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'Carmen' is here restored to the original Opera Comique in a production from Glyndebourne. Music is under the direction of Philippe Jordan.
Queen: Hungarian Rhapsody - Live In Budapest | Blu Ray | (13/11/2012)
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NOTICE: Polish Release, cover may contain Polish text/markings. The disk has English audio.
Eurovision Song Contest Düsseldorf 2011 | DVD | (13/06/2011)
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This release showcases coverage of the 2011 Eurovision Song Contest, held in the 2010 winner's capital city, Dusseldorf.
Jacqueline Du Pre - In Portrait | DVD | (02/08/2004)
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JACQUELINE DU PRE's extraordinary career was cut cruelly short by illness in 1973 when she was only 28 years old. When she died 14 years later she remained as vibrant a figure in the public mind as she had been at the pinnacle of her career. Award winning film-maker Christopher Nupen succeeded in capturing the spirit of one of the greatest musicians of the 20th century in his classic documentary JACQUELINE DU PRE and the Elgar Cello Concerto (here restored and digitally re-mastered). This DVD portrait also offers Nupen's film The Ghost featuring a performance of Beethoven's Piano Trio No. 5.Full Performances:Elgar: Cello Concerto in E minor Op. 85 - with Daniel Barenboim conducting the New Philharmonia Orchestra.Beethoven: Piano Trio No. 5 in D major Op. 70 No. 1 (The Ghost) - with Daniel Barenboim (piano) and Pinchas Zukerman (violin).
Live at Wembley 25th Anniversary (2DVD+2CD Deluxe Edition) | DVD | (05/09/2011)
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Disc 1: Live At Wembley Stadium Saturday 12-07-19861. One Vision2. Tie Your Mother Down3. In The Lap Of The Gods ... Revisited4. Seven Seas Of Rhye5. Tear It Up6. A Kind Of Magic7. Under Pressure8. Another One Bites The Dust9. Who Wants To Live Forever10. I Want To Break Free11. Impromptu12. Brighton Rock Solo13. Now I'm Here14. Love Of My Life15. Is This The World We Created16. (You're So Square) Baby I Don't Care17. Hello Mary Lou (Goodbye Heart)18. Tutti Frutti19. Gimme Some Lovin' *20. Bohemian Rhapsody21. Hammer To Fall22. Crazy Little Thing Called Love23. Big Spender *24. Radio Ga Ga25. We Will Rock You26. Friends Will Be Friends27. We Are The Champions28. God Save The QueenDisc 2:Live At Wembley Stadium Friday 11-07-1986
Live From Las Vegas | DVD | (10/09/2007)
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Tracklisting:01. Kama Sutra.02. Harem.03. Beautiful.04. It's A Beautiful Day.05. Dust In The Wind.06. Who Wants To Live Forever.07. Anytime, Anywhere Interlude.08. Anytime, Anywhere.09. Nella Fantasia.10. Stranger In Paradise.11. La Luna.12. Nessun Dorma.13. Non One Like You.14. Arabian Nights.15. The War Is Over.16. Free.17. What A Wonderful World.18. A Whiter Shade Of Pale.19. Phantom Of The Opera Suite.20. Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again.21. Time To Say Goodbye.22. The Journey Home. 23. A Question Of Honour.
Lehar - The Land Of Smiles | DVD | (01/01/2005)
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Lehar: Das Land Des Lachelns (Bibl Habermann)
Rameau - Platée / Marc Minkowski, Laurent Pelly, Opéra de Paris | DVD | (19/03/2004)
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Platee - Rameau
Schoenberg: Pierrot Lunaire / Schumann: Dichterliebe | DVD | (14/02/2002)
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Song cycles--anthologies that tell a story--are perfect for visual treatment, and Oliver Herrmann has chosen two that typify the expressive and the expressionist. Subtitled "A Story of Red and Blue", Dichterliebe places Schumann's songs in a nightclub setting, intercutting them with rehearsal and pre-production sequences that don't shed much light on either the settings or their interpretation. Christine Schäfer captures the lovelorn feel of this music, and Natascha Osterkorn is a sensitive accompanist, but the peer presentation style could well grate on repeated viewing. One Night. One Life, Herrmann's presentation of Schoenberg's Pierrot Lunaire, is likely to prove more durable. Schäfer walks listlessly down corridors and through rooms of Dali-esque paranoia, emerging into the cold facelessness of a modern city, before retreating behind her own persona. The performance, directed by Pierre Boulez, is unfailingly good and this ought to attract new listeners to Schoenberg's light, ironic and ever-relevant cabaret. On the DVD: Dichterliebe and Pierrot Lunaire on disc are presented in a 16:9 picture format that reproduces with needle-sharp clarity, and the PCM stereo sound has the required immediacy and finesse. There are subtitles in four European languages and detailed introductions to both works are provided in the booklet. The lengthy interview with Schäfer is insightful, if not without an element of Blind Date, Fassbinder style! --Richard Whitehouse
Offenbach: Orphee aux Enfers -- Lyon National Opera/Minkowski | DVD | (25/10/2002)
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In the role of Eurydice Natalie Dessay begins at once with a display of vocal and verbal pyrotechnics which are then taken up by Yann Beuron as Orpheus. Together they give us an ideal of the developments to follow. Dancers and singers melt into a unit. The stage setting and an unconventional choreography sparkle with inventiveness. When Pluto for example arrives on skis from the underworld onto Mt. Olympus and Offenbach quotes the famous can-can right in the middle of Pluto's aria it seems to be a parody of his own work. The production offers a wealth of material for modern interpretations and immorality. Thus we see a bored Eurydice lying on the sofa in her apartment as she zaps her way through the TV channels constantly looking for diversion showing us how timeless an opera buff can really be. Sometimes she sings upside down hopping around - a vocal masterpiece. Laurent Naouri also captivates in the role of Jupiter and costumed as a fly demonstrates his vocal and acting talent with Jacques Offenbach's Buzz aria. To sum up; the present production is a fountain-of-youth cure for Offenbach's operetta classic. A cascade of ideas and ironic allusions turns this ingenious work into a feast for eyes and ears.