The angels on the Ghent Altarpiece (Van Eyck) are singing plainchant and/or polyphony. If it is plainchant, they could be responses from the period after Easter. These responses make explicit references to the book of Revelations - which makes sense because the Ghent Alterpiece is full of references to the Apocalypse. The combination of these chants with two-voices Agnus-Dei fragments from masses by Dufay, Ockeghem, Desprez and others, make for a series of small and beautiful vignettes. Triptychs.
Have you ever seen any beguines? We haven’t either. Those devout laywomen of centuries past are no more. But would you like to hear them sing? That is possible. The Beghinae of Psallentes sing works from manuscripts found in the beguinages of Bruges, Antwerp and Amsterdam, among others. Beguines? They appear before your very eyes.
It sounds jazzy, lazy, cool and looks extremely good. The CD "jazz lounge" is unique cool jazzy lounge sound fine with: Jazz Brushes, plucked bass, the typical jazz guitar riffs and cool saxophones. 25 tone beads provide over 2 hours jazzy sound food for your CD or MP3 player. Whether on sunset lounge terrace, stylish bar, or fire, so it sounds rrreally smooth. In addition, a non-stop mix by DJ Maretimo. Relax extremely cool… enjoy the finest lounge music in jazz style. Jazz lounge Vol.5, a smooth & jazzy lounge trip. Presented by Jazzy James Jr.
A massive collection with faszinating mystic sounds from Africa, Asia and Orient. "Buddha Deluxe Lounge" with his 50 trax slides you in a faszinating mystic mood. Exotic instruments, mystic vocals phrases, a mystical journey into another world. Enjoy "Buddha Deluxe Lounge Vol.12" …50 mystic bar sounds!
Includes continuous mix by DJ Maretimo.
2011 three CD set, the sixth volume in the So80s series. The finest collection of original classic 12" club & extended mixes.
Blank & Jones hit double figures with their long running SoEighties series, with the announcement of so80s 10, another three-disc compilation of extended versions of from the best decade in pop, the 1980s. The tenth edition in this series contains over 30 remixes including the near 12-minute long version of the Sisters Of Mercy This Corrosion, Pat Benatar’s Love Is A Battlefield, and Laura Branigan’s Self Control. Sade make a rare outing on a remix compilation with the extended version of Sweetest Taboo, and the Pet Shop Boys‘ Love Comes Quickly, which somehow peaked at a lowly number 19 in the UK back in the day, is included in full-length Shep Pettibone Mastermix guise.