"The Luxury Of Empire" and "Live In Paris were filmed by Marie Xxme, while "Still Before" was filmed by Manuel Liebeskind.
Take a perfect cast, a great conductor and a groundbreaking staging in-out makes a 'Tristan' for eternity. The 1983 performance in Bayreuth was a great moment for the world of opera. The ensemble performance of René Kollo, Johanna Meier and Matti Salminen with, then as now the Wagner admirer, Daniel Barenboim conducting the Bayreuth orchestra inspired singers and instrumentalists to peak performance. Jean-Pierre Ponnelle created a dream-beautiful stage.
Devdutt Anand works in a company selling musical instruments, and is always late for work, infuriating his boss, I.S. Johar. Things change for the better when Johar finds out that Devdutt has a talent for writing poems, and he gets Devdutt to write and even gets them published for him. While traveling home by bus, he meets with Nanda, who has come to live in his neighborhood, and both are attracted to each other. One night Devdutt comes to the assistance to Bollywood movie actress Kalpana when her car breaks down, she finds out he is a poet and both are attracted to each other. Devdutt is asked to deliver a piano to the palatial house of a wealthy woman named Simi alias Radha Rani. She too is impressed by Devutt's poems and invites him over to her house for a party, and again both are attracted to each other. Knowing fully well that he cannot marry three women in his country, a tortured and uncertain Devdutt must now make up his mind as who he wants as his life-partner.
Group Galija celebrated the 35th aniversary on 22 and 23 October 2011 at the Great Hall of Sava Center.
The Ecstasy of Gold / Battery / Master of Puppets / Welcome Home (Sanitarium) / Ride the Lightning / The Unforgiven / Creeping Death / Lords of Summer / Sad but True / Fade to Black / Fuel / One / For Whom the Bell Tolls / Whiskey in the Jar / Nothing Else Matters / Enter Sandman / St. Anger / ...And Justice for All / Seek & Destroy
Shortly after WWII, the DEFA Studios produced a series of operas and operettas which belonged to the classical German musical heritage. This enchanting film, the very first opera production of DEFA, stands out because of its lavish decor and costumes, its outstanding actors and their masterful voices of that time.
Solo Trans is a concert film by Neil Young, released in 1984. It was recorded at the Hara Arena in Dayton, Ohio on September 18, 1983 during Young's Solo Trans tour. Originally released on only LaserDisc, the film has since gone out of print.
Fimucité 3 Closing Night Gala 2009 Conducted by Mark Snow and Diego Navarro Featuring the Tenerife Film Orchestra and Choir
Widely considered one of the greatest bands ever, rock legends The Who bring down the house in this 1982 concert recorded at Toronto's Maple Leaf Gardens during the group's North American tour. Former Small Faces drummer Kenny Jones and keyboardist Tim Gorman join guitar-god Pete Townshend, lead singer Roger Daltrey and bassist John Entwistle onstage. Selections include "My Generation," "Pinball Wizard," "Squeeze Box" and more.
Barbra Streisand grew up in working class Brooklyn, dreaming of escape from her tough childhood. A stellar student, she resisted the pressure to go to college as her sights were firmly set on Broadway. She was determined to become an actress and landed her first role aged 16, but it was two years later, when she started to sing, that her career took off. Subverting stereotypes and breaking glass ceilings, this programme looks at her rise to stardom and the remarkable achievements of her early career.
Recorded at the Union Chapel in London, this concert from 2000 features Marc Almond in an intimate, and unique, setting. Working his way through a variety of cover versions and original material, Amongst the covers are Lou Reed's "Caroline Says," Scott Walker's "Jacky," and Jacques Brel's "The Devil (Okay)."
No doubt about it, Magnum is a survivor. 1985 was a watershed year for the merchants of hard rock when they came through with an enduring ballad -- the title song from their album "On a Storyteller's Night." That year, Magnum performed the song during a set at London's Camden Palace Theatre before an S.R.O. crowd. "All England's Eyes," "Two Hearts," "Kingdom of Madness" and many more stalwarts were recorded live and can be seen right here.
Music & Musicals, Opera & Operetta, Classical Music - Witness the Zurich Opera's stunning production of Richard Wagner's masterpiece "Tannhauser," conducted by Franz Welser-Most and featuring Peter Sieffert (Tannhauser), Solveig Kringelborn (Elisabeth) and Thomas Hampson (von Eschenbach). Initially produced in Dresden in 1845, "Tannhauser" instilled a sense of wonder in a few of Strauss's ardent friends and admirers, among them Robert Schumann and Franz Liszt. Opera buffs will love it.
"King of the Cowboys" Roy Rogers stars with his real-life wife, Dale Evans, in this Western about a hardworking farmer who helps a struggling rancher by transporting her prize horse to Mexico. A fortuitous meeting with a fortune-teller (Charlita) -- who specializes in dire predictions -- sets the tone for their adventures. Burlesque comic Pinky Lee co-stars, playing himself.
Contemporary Christian rockers Israel and New Breed set out on the road to support their gold-selling, Grammy nominated release Live from Another Level, and the cameras are rolling to capture all of the praise and performance in this release of a concert staged in Cape Town, South Africa. Songs featured in this performance include "Alive," "Favor of the Lord," "Not Forgotten," and "Turn it Around."
Héctor "El Father" performs some of his best-loved songs for an enthusiastic audience in this 2007 concert filmed live in the José Miguel Agrelot Coliseum, Puerto Rico. A renowned reggaeton star, Héctor has also become one of the most successful producers in the Latin American music industry since rising to fame as a member of the duo Héctor y Tito. Songs include "Rumor de Guerra," "Maldades," "Noche de Travesuras," "Mayor Que Yo," "Hello Mama," "En Busca de Ti" and many more. Featurings: Wisin, Yandel, Jowell, Randy, Yomo, Polaco, among others.