Anna Von Hausswolff

Anna von Hausswolff - Ceremony (2013)  

Posted by Designol at Dec. 15, 2015
Anna von Hausswolff - Ceremony (2013)

Anna von Hausswolff - Ceremony (2013)
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Genre: Indie Rock, Post-Rock, Space Music, Neo-Classical, Organ | Label: City Slang | # Slang50053 | Time: 01:01:05

Swedish singer, songwriter, and keyboardist Anna von Hausswolff issued her debut full-length Singing from the Grave in 2012. Despite its sobering title, the album was full of melodic, fragile, Gothic ballads. On Ceremony, the term "Gothic" applies even more here than on its predecessor, yet the music has progressed almost immeasurably. Von Hausswolff employed an Annedal church organ as her primary instrument on this date (it's on nine of the 13 songs), though she also plays piano and synth. Its amazing array of tones, sounds, and timbres color the proceedings with an array of possibilities most pop recordings never imagine, let alone use. Further, Von Hausswolff's approach here has been influenced directly – and admittedly – by the post-metal sonics of Earth and the groundbreaking vocal innovations of Diamanda Galas.

Anna von Hausswolff - The Miraculous (2015)  

Posted by Designol at Dec. 13, 2015
Anna von Hausswolff - The Miraculous (2015)

Anna von Hausswolff - The Miraculous (2015)
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Genre: Indie Rock, Post-Rock, Space Music, Neo-Classical, Organ | Label: City Slang, Pomperipossa | # Slang50087, PRCD001

With The Miraculous, Swedish singer, songwriter, and keyboardist Anna von Hausswolff has delivered an album as different from 2013's celebrated Ceremony as that was from 2010's Singing From The Grave. On Ceremony, Hausswolff discovered the sonic possibilities of the cathedral organ. Her four-octave vocal range rose above compositions that wove classically tinged Gothic art pop and skeletal post-rock that touched on Sweden's gloomy operatic and folk traditions. Sometimes gentle and dreamy, and just as often moody and droning (sometimes inside the same tune), she has created an iconoclastic brand of indie music. On The Miraculous, Hausswolff doubles down on the organ. The instrument she's using here is an enormous 9,000-pipe Acusticum Organ designed by Gerard Woehl. Its vast tonal and instrumental possibilities include sounds for glockenspiel, vibraphone, celeste, percussion, and indefinable high-pitched shrieking sounds that extend the upper reaches of the Western harmonic system (these pipes are partially submerged in water).

Anna von Hausswolff - The Miraculous (2015)  

Posted by SERTiL at Nov. 15, 2015
Anna von Hausswolff - The Miraculous (2015)

Anna von Hausswolff - The Miraculous
Gothic Rock | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 49:26 min | 122 MB + 5% Recovery
Label: Other Music Recording Co. | Tracks: 09 | Rls.date: 2015

With The Miraculous, Swedish singer, songwriter, and keyboardist Anna von Hausswolff has delivered an album as different from 2013's celebrated Ceremony as that was from 2010's Singing from the Grave. On Ceremony, Hausswolff discovered the sonic possibilities of the cathedral organ. Her four-octave vocal range rose above compositions that wove classically tinged Gothic art pop and skeletal post-rock that touched on Sweden's gloomy operatic and folk traditions.

Anna von Bayern - Wolfgang Bosbach: Jetzt erst recht!: Die Biografie  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Underaglassmoon at April 24, 2014
Anna von Bayern - Wolfgang Bosbach: Jetzt erst recht!: Die Biografie

Anna von Bayern - Wolfgang Bosbach: Jetzt erst recht!: Die Biografie
Deutsch | Politik & Geschichte, Biografien, CDU & CSU | 3. März 2014 | ISBN-10: 3453200551 | 224 Seiten | epub, mobi | 22.3 Mb

Die Biografie des Frühjahrs
Er ist Politiker mit Leib und Seele, manchmal auch Querdenker und Rebell: Wolfgang Bosbach, einer der bekanntesten und anerkanntesten Unions- Politiker Deutschlands. Der 61-Jährige ist Vorsitzender des Innenausschusses im Bundestag, Kritiker der Euro-Rettungsschirme, dreifacher Familienvater – und unheilbar an Prostatakrebs erkrankt. Bestsellerautorin Anna von Bayern erzählt in enger Zusammenarbeit mit Wolfgang Bosbach seine Lebensgeschichte und zeigt einen Politiker, der fest entschlossen ist, mit Leidenschaft gegen den Krebs und weiter für seine Werte und Ziele zu kämpfen.
Strauss R. - Der Rosenkavalier (Herbert von Karajan, Anna Tomowa-Sintow, Agnes Baltsa) (2015/1984)

Strauss R. - Der Rosenkavalier (Herbert von Karajan, Anna Tomowa-Sintow, Agnes Baltsa) (2015/1984)
NTSC 4:3 (720x480) VBR | Deutsch (LinearPCM, 2 ch) | (Dolby AC3, 4 ch) | 7.89 Gb (DVD9) | 209 min
Classical | Sony | Sub.: English, Deutsch, Francais

Acclaimed Berlin Philharmonic conductor Herbert von Karajan leads a stellar cast – including mezzo-soprano Agnes Baltsa and sopranos Anna Tomowa-Sintow and Janet Perry – in this memorable 1984 production of "Der Rosenkavalier." Recorded at Austria's Salzburger Festpiele, composer Richard Strauss' comic opera tells a tale about love between an aging noblewoman, her handsome lover, a bumbling baron and a wealthy merchant's beautiful daughter.
Anna Grostina and Vittoria Ceretti by Ellen von Unwerth for Vogue Japan September 2015

Anna & Vittoria - Ellen von Unwerth Photoshoot 2015
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Anna Premoli - Un imprevisto chiamato amore  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Karabas91 at April 27, 2017
Anna Premoli - Un imprevisto chiamato amore

Anna Premoli - Un imprevisto chiamato amore
Italian | 2017 | 233 pages | ASIN: B06XKXWQYR | EPUB | 0,4 MB
Lapland CO, John Storgards, Jenny Carlstedt - Alexander von Zemlinsky: Seven Songs; Chamber Symphony (2016)

Alexander von Zemlinsky: Seven Songs of Night and Dream; Chamber Symphony (2016)
Lapland Chamber Orchestra; John Storgårds, conductor; Jenny Carlstedt, mezzo-soprano

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Genre: Classical | Label: Ondine | # ODE 1272-2 | Time: 01:01:22

Ondine is proud to release these world premiere recordings of two new Zemlinsky arrangements by Richard Dünser (b. 1959) with Lapland Chamber Orchestra conducted by John Storgårds. The works of Austrian composer Alexander Zemlinsky (1871-1942) - much admired by composers such as Mahler, Schoenberg and Berg - have gained more attention during the last decades. He wrote only 27 works with an opus number, but several of them can be considered among 20th century masterpieces. In 2013 composer Richard Dünser (b. 1959), pupil of Francis Burt and Hans Werner Henze, made two new rich arrangements of works by Zemlinsky. Seven Songs of Night and Dream (Sieben Lieder von Nacht und Traum) is an orchestration of songs from opp. 2, 5, 6, 8 and 10 based on the themes of night and dream. In this recording the songs are sung by mezzo-soprano Jenny Carlstedt. Chamber Symphony is a 40-minute orchestration of Zemlinsky's String Quartet No. 2. In this orchestration the limitations of a string quartet is set free by using a larger ensemble. Zemlinsky's String Quartet contains references to the works of his most famous pupil, Arnold Schoenberg.

Anna Ewers - Venetia Scott Photoshoot 2017  Girls

Posted by nrg at April 25, 2017
Anna Ewers - Venetia Scott Photoshoot 2017

Anna Ewers - Venetia Scott Photoshoot 2017
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Tamara-Anna Cislowska - Kats-Chernin: Unsent Love Letters, Meditations On Erik Satie (2017)

Tamara-Anna Cislowska - Kats-Chernin: Unsent Love Letters, Meditations On Erik Satie (2017)
Classical | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | Digital Booklet | 01:15:51 | 177 MB
Label: Deutsche Grammophon | Release Year: 2017

After the death of Erik Satie, dozens of unsent love letters were found in his Paris apartment. Now composer Elena Kats-Chernin and pianist Tamara-Anna Cislowska send those letters off, in 26 meditative and passionate piano miniatures inspired by Satie’s extraordinary life and music. The album is a musical memoir from one composer to another, from the Uzbekistan-born Australian to the French composer whose eccentricities are legendary and music timeless. “Satie’s life was a fascinating, fervoursome affair,” says pianist Tamara-Anna Cislowska, “from the first strike of love and then lifelong estrangement with artist and muse Suzanne Valadon, to the unexpected celebrity and conflict of his last ten years. After he died, friends gaining access to his apartment, for the first time in almost three decades, found conditions both perplexing and romantically fastidious in their own way: two grand pianos one atop the other, one chair, one table, seven velvet suits and the love letters – many, many unsent love letters.”