Trovati 12 documenti.
Trovati 12 documenti.
New York : Orange Mountain Music, 
Abstract: "Orion composed by Philip Glass in collaboration with Eleftheria Arvanitaki, Mark Atkins, Ashley MacIsaac, Wu Man, Ravi Shankar, Foday Musa Suso, UAKTI." Program notes by Philip Glass, biographical notes on the performers, and English translation of Greek lyrics (CD 2, track 4) ( p. : ports.) inserted in container.
[S.l.] : Luaka Bop, 2005
Abstract: Peruvian singer Susana Baca is joined by Brazilian legend Gilberto Gil on this exquisitely performed collection of folk-based material. An agreeable antidote to the typical pipe-based perceptions of Peruvian music, this guitar-centric collection features muted percussion, string arrangements, and contributions from such luminaries as New York musicians Marc Ribot and Kevin Breit, as well as Baca's signature strong-yet-sensitive vocals. Rhythmically compelling and subtly arranged, TRAVESIAS cements Baca's position as one of her country's most pre-eminent female vocalists.
[S.l.] : George V, 2005
Abstract: This, the first Buddha-Bar CD/DVD, follows the seventh successful Buddha-Bar CD (released in February 2005). The nature theme is one of the major concerns of the 21st century, and it corresponds to the Buddha-Bar spirit. Allain Bougrain Dubourg, known for his TV documentaries about nature across the world, and Arno Elias, whose talent as a composer is also widely recognized, produced twelve pieces of music that lead us on a visual journey through the wild world of nature. A marvelous spectacle of animal and plant life, from dolphins dancing in the waves to tropical forests, to a leopard attack, the DVD is bursting with emotion. The Buddha-Bar team hopes that the beauty of the wildlife depicted will remind us also of its fragility, and therefore, the respect we owe it.
[S.l.] . Universal, 2005
Abstract: The Sharon Shannon Collection 1990 - 2005’ is a double album featuring the highlights of Sharon Shannon’s career spanning over a decade. The tracks featured on this album are selected from her catalogue and brilliantly encapsulate the scope of Sharon’s musical influences. These range from traditional Irish to dance, reggae, Cajun, classical and French-Canadian. These influences are reflected in the eclectic mix of musicians that Sharon has collaborated with over the past 15 years and include the likes of Donal Lunny, Cape Breton fiddler Natalie MacMaster, Sinead O’Connor, dub master Denis Bovell, Carlos Nunez and violin virtuoso Nigel Kennedy to name but a few. While vocalists are mainly featured on disc 2, disc 1 is devoted to instrumentals and compositions that best echo Sharon’s unique accordion playing including classics such as Blackbird and Cavan Pothole