Alexander Nevsky (1938)

Sergei Prokofiev - Alexander Nevsky (2004) {Hybrid-SACD // EAC Rip}

Sergei Prokofiev - Alexander Nevsky
Marina Domaschenko / Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin / Frank Strobel
EAC+LOG+CUE | FLAC: 257 MB | Full Artwork | 5% Recovery Info
Label/Cat#: Capriccio # 71 014 | Country/Year: Europe 2004
Genre: Classical, Stage & Screen | Style: Soundtrack, Contemporary Classical

…Overall, I find this a must-have and a stunning interpretation regardless of whether it's an SACD or not. Lovers of this piece should not hesitate to get this. The SACD has 27 tracks and is about 55 min long. The interpretation is exciting, flexible, and lithe, and that's all anyone could ask for in a Prokofiev piece as great as this. That I'm inspired to watch the movie again is a testament to the performance and the movie because, to me, it's so hard to separate the two.
Sergei Prokofiev - Alexander Nevsky (2004) {Hybrid-SACD // ISO & HiRes FLAC}

Sergei Prokofiev - Alexander Nevsky
Marina Domaschenko / Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin / Frank Strobel
SACD ISO: 3,15 GB (Stereo + MCH DSD) | FLAC @ 24bit/88.2kHz: 944 MB | Full Artwork | 5% Rec. Info
Label/Cat#: Capriccio # 71 014 | Country/Year: Europe 2004
Genre: Classical, Stage & Screen | Style: Soundtrack, Contemporary Classical

…Overall, I find this a must-have and a stunning interpretation regardless of whether it's an SACD or not. Lovers of this piece should not hesitate to get this. The SACD has 27 tracks and is about 55 min long. The interpretation is exciting, flexible, and lithe, and that's all anyone could ask for in a Prokofiev piece as great as this. That I'm inspired to watch the movie again is a testament to the performance and the movie because, to me, it's so hard to separate the two.
London SO & Chorus; Mstislav Rostropovich, Soloists - Sergey Prokofiev: Ivan the Terrible; Alexander Nevsky (1992) 2CDs

Sergey Prokofiev - Ivan the Terrible; Alexander Nevsky (1992) 2CDs
Christopher Plummer (narrator), Tamara Sinyavskaya, Sergei Leiferkus, Dolora Zajick
New London Children’s Choir, London Symphony Orchestra & Chorus; Mstislav Rostropovich

EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 552 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 325 Mb | Scans included
Classical, Oratorio | Label: Sony Classical | # S2K 48387 | Time: 02:14:45

The famous Russian director Sergei Eisenstein held Prokofiev the film composer in the highest regard, and to couple their two celebrated collaborations, Ivan the Terrible and Alexander Nevsky, in a two-disc set is therefore entirely appropriate. Ivan the Terrible, however, is a problematic score. Assembled by Abram Stassevich after the composer’s death, the oratorio lacks the large-scale balances and tensions of Prokofiev’s own Nevsky cantata, relying on narration to hold the structure together. This substantial English version by Michael Lankester, intended to ‘compensate for the lack of visual image’, is well projected by Christopher Plummer. Rostropovich directs a vivid performance of Alexander Nevsky, and only the rich tone of Russian voices is lacking. The LSO plays brilliantly, while the recording does full justice to one of Prokofiev’s finest scores.
Prokofiev · Alexander Nevsky · Lieutenant Kijé · LSO · Claudio Abbado

Prokofiev · Alexander Nevsky · Lieutenant Kijé · LSO · Claudio Abbado
APE+CUE 240 MB | Booklet | Easy CD-DA Extractor 12 | No LOG| MP3 HQ 104 MB | 1986

Nevsky GN (2012)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at Sept. 8, 2012
Nevsky GN (2012)

Nevsky GN (2012)
English | CBR | 127 pages | 104.32 MB

A true legendary Russian hero, a groundbreaking Russian filmmaker! Alexander Nevsky is a central figure in Russian history, having lived during one of Russia''s darkest periods - the invasion of the Teutonic Knights. Alexander Nevsky helped establish the Russian nation by defeating the Teutonic Knights, invaders from the last vestiges of the Holy Roman Empire, with an army comprised of ordinary citizens who were poorly-equipped soldiers, but fought for their freedom. This ragtag band, against overwhelming odds, defeated the invaders in an epic battle on the frozen lake Peipus - a spectacular achievement that is still celebrated in Russia to this day. In 1938, the great Russian filmmaker Sergei Eisenstein, much acclaimed for his masterful historical interpretations, as seen in "Battleship Potemkin" (1925) and "Ivan the Terrible" (1944), brought the story of Alexander Nevsky to life on the silver screen in an innovative and brilliant way, by developing new film techniques that remain in use almost 100 years later by some of the greatest directors of our time. Now, following in the steps of Eisenstein, IDW is proud to present one of the most compelling historical graphic novels ever produced - one that is as relevant today as it was at any time in history!
Aleksandr Nevskiy (Александр Невский) - Sergei M. Eisenstein (1938)

Aleksandr Nevskiy (Александр Невский) - Sergei M. Eisenstein (1938)
aka: "Alexander Nevsky" - "Alexandre Nevsky"
DVDRIP | 104 min | MKV-x264 720x544 | 25 fps | Ogg Vorbis 192 kb/s | 1,26 GB
Language: Russian | Subtitles: English - French - Spanish - Portuguese optional srt files | Genre: Action - Drama - History - War - Propaganda

MUSICAL SCORE BY SERGEI PROKOFIEV
Eisenstein: The Sound Years (The Criterion Collection) [3 DVD9s]

Eisenstein: The Sound Years (The Criterion Collection) [3 DVD9s]
Art-House | 1.33:1 | Black & White | Russian Dolby Digital | English Subtitles
3 Full Original DVD Images (.ISO) + 400dpi Scans = 20.9GBs | 400MB RARs | NL/FSo/Multi
Igor Stravinsky: The Rite of Spring / Alexander Scriabin: The Poem of Ecstasy - Valery Gergiev, Kirov Orchestra (2001)

Igor Stravinsky: The Rite of Spring / Alexander Scriabin: The Poem of Ecstasy - Valery Gergiev, Kirov Orchestra (2001)
EAC rip | FLAC (image), log, cue, no scans | RAR Rec. 3% | 273 MB | hotfile, filesonic
Classical | Label: Philips | Time: 55:20

Gergiev's is a Rite of Spring with a difference. He stresses the primitive barbarism of Stravinsky's groundbreaking score–the strange wheezings of the winds, the wild yawps of the tubas, and the deep rumblings of the bass drum. It's a Rite that stands out at a time when so many internationalized western orchestras give the piece an overlay of sophisticated polish that can rob it of the shock factor that drove the audience at the Paris premiere to riot. There are also numerous personal touches that can be controversial, such as the pause before the final chord, which may bother some but which work in the context of the interpretation. Gergiev's Rite faces strong competition from recorded versions by Markevitch, Dorati, Monteux, and Stravinsky himself, but it's definitely among the top choices. The Scriabin's less compelling, though still fascinating. Gergiev's approach tends to sound sectional, as the overall line is subordinated to momentary thrills. –Dan Davis

Bringing Up Baby (1938)  Video

Posted by TinyBear at March 5, 2013
Bringing Up Baby (1938)

Bringing Up Baby (1938)
WEBRip 480p - TinyBearDs | MKV | 654 x 480 | x264 600kbps 23.976fps | HE-AACv2 64kbps 2CH
Language: English | Subtitle: English Included | 1h 42mn | 485.94MB | 3% Recovery
Genre: Comedy | Romance | Top 250 #250 | 1 win.
IMDb Rating: 8.0/10 (32,222 users)

Mild mannered zoology professor Dr. David Huxley is excited by the news that an intercostal clavicle bone has been found to complete his brontosaurus skeleton, a project four years in the construction. He is equally excited about his imminent marriage to his assistant, the officious Alice Swallow, who is interested in him more for his work than for him as a person. David needs the $1 million endowment of wealthy dowager Mrs. Carleton Random to complete the project. Her lawyer, Alexander Peabody, will make the decision on her behalf, so David needs to get in his favor. However, whenever David tries to make a good impression on Peabody, the same young woman always seems to do something to make him look bad. She is the flighty heiress Susan Vance. The more David wants Susan to go away, the more Susan seems not to want or be able to. But David eventually learns that Alexander Peabody is her good friend, who she calls Boopy, and Susan's Aunt Elizabeth, with whom David has also made a bad …
Александр Нестеренко. Александр Невский. Кто победил в Ледовом побоище

Александр Нестеренко. Александр Невский. Кто победил в Ледовом побоище
Alexander Nesterenko. Alexander Nevsky. Who has won Ice slaughter
Олма-Пресс | 2006 | 5224054826 | 188 pages | PDF | 3 Mb

Кто такой Александр Невский и Невский ли он? Что такое «крестовые походы» и предпринимались ли они на Русь? Зачем шведам понадобилась река Нева, и происходило ли Ледовое побоище? В книге, основанной на исследовании российских и зарубежных исторических документов, разоблачаются мифы, созданные вокруг знаменательного события в истории Руси, вошедшего в отечественные учебники. А также приводятся малоизвестные факты российской и мировой истории, в том числе о возникновении и деятельности Ордена Меченосцев, Тевтонского Ордена, о взаимоотношениях русичей и прибалтийских народов. Whether who such Alexander Nevsky and Nevsky he was? What is "crusades" and whether they were undertaken to Russia? What for the river Neva was necessary for Swedes, and whether there was an Ice slaughter? In the book based on research of the Russian and foreign historical documents, the myths created round significant event in the history of Russia, entered into domestic textbooks are exposed. And also the little-known facts of the Russian and world history, including about occurrence and Ordena Mechenostsev activity, the Teutonic Award, about mutual relations rusichi and the Baltic people are mentioned.