Anastasia

Anastasia Khitruk - Khandoshkin: Virtuoso Violin Music at the Court of Catherine the Great (2006)

Anastasia Khitruk - Khandoshkin: Virtuoso Violin Music at the Court of Catherine the Great (2006)
EAC | FLAC (tracks+.cue, log) | Covers Included | 70:17 | 342 MB
Genre: Classical | Label: Naxos | Catalog: NX 0028

Most listeners will never have heard the name Ivan Khandoshkin (1747-1804), but violinist Anastasia Khitruk has admirably undertaken to bring this little-known solo-violin repertoire to wider attention. Published in the early years of the 19th century, Khandoshkin’s Op. 3 sonatas show the influences we might expect, given the composer’s exposure to a court musical environment that included musicians from Italy, Germany, and France.

Anastasia Rizikov - Piano Recital: Anastasia Rizikov (2016)  Music

Posted by SERTiL at July 1, 2017
Anastasia Rizikov - Piano Recital: Anastasia Rizikov (2016)

Anastasia Rizikov - Piano Recital: Anastasia Rizikov
Classical | WEB FLAC (tracks) & d. booklet | 62:51 min | 195 MB
Label: Naxos | Tracks: 09 | Rls.date: 2016

The 2015 Jaén International Piano Competition was won by a young Canadian pianist of Ukrainian descent, Anastasia Rizikov, who was also awarded the prizes for best performances of Spanish and Contemporary Music. This is reflected in her interpretations of Albéniz’s radiant and virtuoso Triana and the work commissioned for the 57th edition of the competition, Soñando María Magdalena, which transforms the traditional Jaén melody La carrasquilla into a tender and powerful personal journey. The programme is completed by the disquieting beauty of Beethoven’s ‘Tempest’ Sonata and the breathtaking energy of Grieg’s only work in the same genre.
Anastasia Injushina - C. P. E., J. C., J. S. Bach: Keyboard Concertos (2013)

Anastasia Injushina - C. P. E., J. C., J. S. Bach: Keyboard Concertos (2013)
EAC Rip | Flac (Image + cue + log) | 1 CD | Full Scans | 260 MB
Genre: Classical | Label: Ondine | Catalog Number: 1224

This release by Russian-Finnish pianist Anastasia Injushina and the Hamburger Camerata under Ralf Gothóni doesn't fit into any of the usual pigeonholes, and it thus has a fresh, bracing quality. Injushina plays a modern piano, but she neither gives it a consistent, harpsichord-like sound nor plays the music with the full capabilities of the modern piano in mind. Gothóni likewise his small group of Hamburgers in accompaniments that are neither Baroque nor modern. What this enables the musicians to do is depict with uncommon accuracy the musical commonalities and differences among J.S. Bach and his sons.
O.S.T - Before The Rain [Pred Dozhdot ~ Music by Anastasia] (1994)

O.S.T - Before The Rain [Pred Dozhdot ~ Music by Anastasia] (1994)
EAC RIP | APE (Image)+CUE+LOG ~ 310 MB | 11 Tracks | MP3 CBR 320 Kbps ~ 142 MB | ArtWork
Genre: Original motion picture soundtrack | Label: Polygram Records | Release date: March 14, 1994

If one record could be singled out as a watershed moment of the '90s and a defining work of contemporary Macedonian music and culture, this would be it. This record really broke new barriers and set new standards. Before The Rain was Milcho Manchevski's debut movie, which won a Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival in 1994 and was one of the front-runners for that year's Oscar for a foreign film. The movie tells the story of a burned out photographer returning from the war in Bosnia. Unfolding in three parts, Before The Rain explores the uncompromising nature of war which serves as a warning and a premonition; the director recognized the same seeds of violence in his home country, which eventually (several years later) led to the conflict that he dreaded.
 Anastasia Volochkova (Анастасия Волочкова) - Fun (Video Clip)
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Anastasia Volochkova (Анастасия Волочкова) - Fun (Video Clip)
A Dance to the Tom Petty song -Breakdown-
AVI - DIVX - 702x428 - Audio 44,100 1411kbps - 96.1 MB


 Anastasia Volochkova (Анастасия Волочкова) - Fun (Video Clip)
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Анастасия Волочкова (Anastasia Volochkova) - Adiemus (Video Clip)
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Анастасия Волочкова (Anastasia Volochkova) - Adiemus (Video Clip)
AVI | DivX5 720 x 576 | 44100 Hz, 1411 Kbps | 119 Mb
Отличная танцовщица и потрясающе красивая женщина…


Анастасия Волочкова (Anastasia Volochkova) - Adiemus (Video Clip)
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Jimmy Campbell - Albums Collection 1969-1972 (3CD) Remastered 2009

Jimmy Campbell - Albums Collection 1969-1972 (3CD) Remastered 2009
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 639 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 276 Mb | Covers included
Folk-Rock, Folk, Psychedelic | Label: Esoteric | # ECLEC 2106-2108 | 02:00:18

This obscure folk-rock artist from the late '60s left a track record of a few albums and a handful of obscure single releases, including the languid "Lyanna" and the demanding "Don't Leave Me Now." Campbell first came to prominence as a singer/songwriter on the folk club scene. He signed a contract with the interesting Fontana label, which released much cutting edge folk-rock and psychedelic music. He recorded one album and three singles for them before switching dizzily to the Vertigo label. The resulting album took a proud place in this label's catalog, right between the largely forgotten Dr. Strangely Strange and the grandly remembered Paranoid by Black Sabbath. It was definitely Campbell's most famous album, entitled Half Baked with just a note of derision. The album's title track is in turn the most well-known cut by this artist.
Marina Prudenskaya - Prokofiev: Ivan the Terrible, Op. 116 (2018)

Marina Prudenskaya - Prokofiev: Ivan the Terrible, Op. 116 (2018)
Classical, Opera, Choral | WEB FLAC (tracks) & front cover | 466 MB
Label: CapriccioNR | Tracks: 48 | Time: 116:49 min

Ivan the Terrible the second joint project of Sergei Eisenstein and Sergei Prokofiev is, much like Alexander Newski, a historical epic, portraying the rise and fall of the autocratic ruler Ivan IV in the 16th century. Sergei Prokofievs musical portrayal is unique in film history, for the score conceives both parts of the film on an epic scale. Prokofievs rich melodic invention thrives on the expressive sound palette of his native Russia, mostly as they echo the spiritual works of the Russian-orthodox liturgy.
Marina Prudenskaya - Prokofiev: Ivan the Terrible, Op. 116 (2018)

Marina Prudenskaya - Prokofiev: Ivan the Terrible, Op. 116 (2018)
MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 01:57:14 | 268 MB
Classical | Label: CapriccioNR

Ivan the Terrible - the second joint project of Sergei Eisenstein and Sergei Prokofiev - is, much like Alexander Newski, a historical epic, portraying the rise and fall of the autocratic ruler Ivan IV in the 16th century. Sergei Prokofiev's musical portrayal is unique in film history, for the score conceives both parts of the film on an epic scale. Prokofiev's rich melodic invention thrives on the expressive sound palette of his native Russia, mostly as they echo the spiritual works of the Russian-orthodox liturgy. These film scores were not published during Prokofiev's lifetime. They were arranged as an oratorio for soloists, chorus, and orchestra by Levon Atovmyan, one of Prokofiev's assistants, in 1961.

Slash - Apocalyptic Love (2012) [Re-Up]  Music

Posted by Designol at Dec. 28, 2017
Slash - Apocalyptic Love (2012) [Re-Up]

Slash - Apocalyptic Love (2012)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 429 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 171 Mb | Scans included
Hard Rock | Label: Roadrunner | # RR 7678-2 | Time: 00:54:27

If you were wondering why Slash, one of the greatest guitarists of his generation, chose to throw in his lot with Myles Kennedy, one of the greatly undistinguished hard rock vocalists of his generation, consider this: if you spent your life battling temperaments like Axl Rose and Scott Weiland, you'd choose somebody who's easy to get along with too. Touring and playing with Kennedy clearly is easier on Slash's soul, and the music on Apocalyptic Love, his second solo album and first to feature Myles on vocals throughout, reflects this ease. It may be hard and heavy but it sounds relaxed, Slash and company doing the music they do best: namely, L.A. sleaze rock basics, thickly layered with guitars. There are absolutely no surprises here – it opens with a cascade of wah-wahs and quickly settles into grinding boogie derived from Aerosmith – but unlike either Slash's Snakepit or the 2010 Slash, Apocalyptic Love never tries too hard, so it winds up satisfying on its own limited scale.