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THE FLYING DUTCHMAN by Richard Wagner (Audio + Full Score)
 
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pf: Joseph Keilberth cond/ Bayreuth Festival Orchestra & Chorus (1955) Year/Date of Composition: 1839-41 Senta: Astrid Varnay The Dutchman: Hermann Uhde Erik: Rudolf Lustig Daland: Ludwig Weber Mary: Elisabeth Schärtel The Steersman: Josef Traxel SYNOPSIS: http://www.wagneroperas.com/indexflying.html LIBRETTO: http://www.murashev.com/opera/Der_fliegende_Holl%C3%A4nder_libretto_English_German ACT ONE, OVERTURE - 0:00 10:55 No.1: Introduction (Norway. Daland's ship casts anchor off a steep rocky shore. Daland was trying to reach his house and see his daughter Senta, before a storm blew his ship off course.) 15:36 - (Daland enters his deck) 19:46 - (The Flying Dutchman arrives and casts anchor on the opposite shore.) 21:23 - No.2: Dutchman's Aria (He laments his curse and wishes for salvation/self-annihiliation, i.e. the Day of Judgement) 32:23 - No.3: Scene, Duet and Choir (Daland meets the Dutchman, who offers him treasure in exchange for shelter for the night. When Daland mentions his daughter, the Dutchman offers to marry her in the hope of redemption. Daland relishes the prospect of fortune (41:11) and accepts (45:08). After the winds change direction (48:22), Daland sets sail for his home (50:12), whilst the Dutchman and his ship stay behind.) 52:50 - ACT TWO, No.4A: The Spinning Chorus (Daland's house. Senta sits in her chair, brooding on an image of the Dutchman hanging on the wall, whilst maidens sitting at their spinning wheels sing a song about their lovers returning one day from sea.) 1:02:00 - No.4B: Ballade (Senta sings of the tale of the Flying Dutchman) 1:10:30 -(Erik, a huntsman, enters. Daland's ship has been spotted.) 1:12:38 - No.5: Duet (As the maidens leave, Erik stops Senta; he wishes to be her husband. But Senta is instead hopelessly fixated on the Dutchman, out of pity for his curse. (1:19:35)) 1:21:38 - (Erik tells Senta his dream: A ship comes to shore, followed by Daland and the Dutchman walking up the shore. Senta runs to greet Daland, but spots the Dutchman. They kiss, then sail off together. Senta believes the dream will come true. Erik runs away in despair.) 1:26:12 - No.6: Finale; Aria, Duet and Trio (Daland enters with the Dutchman. He asks Senta to marry the Dutchman (Aria: 1:27:58). She accepts...but is behaving strangely, and Daland decides to leaves them alone.) 1:33:55 - (Duet: Senta pledges to bring salvation to the Dutchman in the form of love, "true to death.") 1:49:10 - (Trio: Daland drops in to see how the pair is getting on. He invites them to join the homecoming celebrations outside...) 1:52:18 - ACT THREE, No.7: Chorus of the Norwegian Maidens and Ensemble (Outside. Two ships, Galand's ship and the Flying Dutchman, sit at the bank. Galand's crew feast on food and drink, but despite hailing the crew, the Dutch ship remains silent. The crowd begins to realize that it is the notorious Flying Dutchman with the undead crew...) 2:02:28 - A storm; the Flying Dutchman begins to rock as the crew start to sing. The Norwegian seamen, horrified by this scene, end up going below deck. 2:05:51 - Finale; No.8A (Duet) - Erik is horrified by Senta's abandonment of him in favour of the Dutchman. (2:08:16 - No.8B (Cavatine)) 2:11:24 - No.8C (Finale) - The Dutchman expresses his woe as he realises that Senta may not redeem him after all. He gets ready to set sail, but Senta stops him, telling him that she holds true to her vow. Erik gets nervous...and calls for help (2:15:55). The Dutchman departs in his ship (2:17:21), after which Senta throws herself off a cliff into the sea ("Praise thou thine Angel with thy last breath! Here stand I, faithful unto death!"). The ship sinks, and we see the glorified forms of the Dutchman and Senta rise above the wreck, soaring upwards.
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Elgar Sea Pictures no. 1 Sea Slumber-song score
 
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Maureen Forrester, contralto; McGill Symphony Orchestra, Richard Hoenich, conductor Here is a link to a catalogue of all my videos, according to genre: https://drive.google.com/open?id=19n6jHMYCgoB70lIrrw7sLgw5KWPa7z2Y Here is the same catalogue, sorted alphabetically by composer https://drive.google.com/open?id=1ipmWwlolFvZwKXPG4SderYNQgtXrT1V4 updated November 26 2018
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Kill Big Shark - Deep Blue Sea (Complete Score) (NO SFX) Trevor Rabin
 
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The ending. Complete score to Deep Blue Sea (1999) composed by Trevor Rabin. Thanks to "umbria" from FFShrine for the cover.
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A Flock Of Seagulls - I Ran (Video)
 
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A Flock Of Seagulls official music video for 'I Ran'. Click to listen to A Flock Of Seagulls on Spotify: http://smarturl.it/FlockSpotify?IQid=iran.d As featured on the album A Flock Of Seagulls, download at iTunes: http://smarturl.it/FlockIran?IQid=iran.d Google Play: http://smarturl.it/FlockGP?IQid=iran.d Amazon: http://smarturl.it/FlockA?IQid=iran.d Stream more music from A Flock of Seagulls here: http://smarturl.it/Flockmultistream?IQid=Iran.d More from A Flock Of Seagulls Who's That Girl: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NqlEt-gd8uA Nightmares: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L1N0iOP8J7Q Transfer Affection: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uc_bw9Qq53o More great 80s videos here http://smarturl.it/80sForever?IQid=iran.d Subscribe to A Flock Of Seagulls on YouTube: http://smarturl.it/Flocksubscribe?IQid=iran.d --------- Lyrics A cloud appears above your head A beam of light comes shining down on you, Shining down on you. The cloud is moving nearer still. Aurora borealis comes in view Aurora comes in view. And I ran, I ran so far away. I just ran, I ran all night and day. I couldn't get away. Music video by A Flock Of Seagulls performing I Ran. (c) 1982 Zomba Productions Limited
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Violin Sonata No  1 - Delius (Menuhin/Fenby) with score
 
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Yehudi Menuhin, violin Eric Fenby, piano What a gorgeous sonata! I have recently discovered Frederick Delius, through "Sea Drift", and what a wonderful composer he is! His music, along with Wagner's and Howells, really influence the Romantic aspect of my music. I would upload Sea Drift but that would take a considerable amount of time to compile with the score, and a long time to upload here! Perhaps over the summer, when I have a bit more free-time, I will do that. For now, enjoy this masterful performance by whom many consider to be one of the greatest violinists of the 20th Century, accompanied by a contemporary and amanuensis of Delius himself. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frederick_Delius https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yehudi_Menuhin https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eric_Fenby Score source: http://imslp.org/wiki/Violin_Sonata_No.1_(Delius,_Frederick)
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Seattle Seahawks Madden 18 Franchise SCORE TO WIN! NO@SEA S1DIV
 
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Heroes from the Sea - Demo with Score
 
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Scrolling score with demo recording of "Heroes from the Sea" by Onsby C. Rose. To order your copy visit www.onsbyrose.com or email [email protected]
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Rimsky-Korsakov - Scheherazade, Op. 35 [Audio + Score]
 
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Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov [1844 - 1908] - Scheharazade, Op. 35 [1888] I. The Sea and Sinbad's Ship [0:00] II. The Legend of the Kalendar Prince [10:45] III. The Young Prince and The Young Princess [22:53] IV. Festival at Baghdad. The Sea. Ship Breaks upon a Cliff Surmounted by a Bronze Horseman [33:52] "During the winter of 1887, as he worked to complete Alexander Borodin's unfinished opera Prince Igor, Rimsky-Korsakov decided to compose an orchestral piece based on pictures from One Thousand and One Nights as well as separate and unconnected episodes. After formulating musical sketches of his proposed work, he moved with his family to the Glinki-Mavriny dacha, in Nyezhgovitsy along the Cheryemenyetskoye Lake (near present-day Luga, in Leningrad Oblast. Though the dacha where he stayed was destroyed by the Germans during World War II). During the summer there he finished Scheherazade and the Russian Easter Festival Overture. Notes in his autograph orchestral score show that the former was completed between June 4 and August 7, 1888. Scheherazade consisted of a symphonic suite of four related movements that form a unified theme. It was written to produce a sensation of fantasy narratives from the Orient. Initially, Rimsky-Korsakov intended to name the respective movements in Scheherazade "Prelude, Ballade, Adagio and Finale". However, after weighing the opinions of Anatoly Lyadov and others, as well as his own aversion to a too-definitive program, he settled upon thematic headings, based upon the tales from The Arabian Nights. Rimsky wrote a brief introduction that he intended for use with the score, as well as the program for the premiere: 'The Sultan Schariar, convinced that all women are false and faithless, vowed to put to death each of his wives after the first nuptial night. But the Sultana Scheherazade saved her life by entertaining her lord with fascinating tales, told seriatim, for a thousand and one nights. The Sultan, consumed with curiosity, postponed from day to day the execution of his wife, and finally repudiated his bloody vow entirely.' The grim bass motif that opens the first movement represents the domineering Sultan. This theme emphasizes four notes of a descending whole tone scale: E-D-C-B♭ (each note is a down beat, i.e. first note in each measure, with A♯ for B♭). Soon after a few chords in the woodwinds, reminiscent of the opening of Mendelssohn's Midsummer Night's Dream overture, the audience hears the leitmotif that represents the character of the storyteller herself, Scheherazade. This theme, is a tender, sensuous winding melody for violin solo, accompanied by harp. Rimsky-Korsakov stated 'The unison phrase, as though depicting Scheherazade’s stern spouse, at the beginning of the suite appears as a datum, in the Kalendar’s Narrative, where there cannot, however, be any mention of Sultan Shakhriar. In this manner, developing quite freely the musical data taken as a basis of composition, I had to view the creation of an orchestral suite in four movements, closely knit by the community of its themes and motives, yet presenting, as it were, a kaleidoscope of fairy-tale images and designs of Oriental character.' Rimsky-Korsakov had a tendency to juxtapose keys a major third apart, which can be seen in the strong relationship between E and C major in the first movement. This, along with his distinctive orchestration of melodies which are easily comprehensible, assembled rhythms, and talent for soloistic writing allowed for such a piece as Scheherazade to be written. The movements are unified by the short introductions in the first, second and fourth movements, and an intermezzo in movement three. The last is a violin solo representing Scheherazade, and a similar artistic theme is represented in the conclusion of the fourth movements. Writers have suggested that Rimsky-Korsakov's earlier career as a naval officer may have been responsible for beginning and ending the suite with themes of the sea. The peaceful coda at the end of the final movement is representative of Scheherazade finally winning over the heart of the Sultan, allowing her to at last gain a peaceful night's sleep." (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scheherazade_(Rimsky-Korsakov) Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra André Previn, Conductor Project Files: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0BzkmiqBQCE8WQnpnOHVTdW5BbzA Video Request Form: https://goo.gl/forms/E75YIWG9j2tiUYxj1
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Elgar Sea Pictures no. 2 In Haven score
 
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Maureen Forrester, contralto; McGill Symphony Orchestra, Richard Hoenich, conductor Here is a link to a catalogue of all my videos, according to genre: https://drive.google.com/open?id=19n6jHMYCgoB70lIrrw7sLgw5KWPa7z2Y Here is the same catalogue, sorted alphabetically by composer https://drive.google.com/open?id=1ipmWwlolFvZwKXPG4SderYNQgtXrT1V4 updated November 26 2018
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Sully with Interstellar docking scene score (No Time For Caution) HQ Edit
 
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What if Sully meets Hans Zimmer? Little Edit. Have Fun X
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Elgar Sea Pictures no. 3 Sabbath Morning at Sea score
 
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Maureen Forrester, contralto; McGill Symphony Orchestra, Richard Hoenich, conductor Here is a link to a catalogue of all my videos, according to genre: https://drive.google.com/open?id=19n6jHMYCgoB70lIrrw7sLgw5KWPa7z2Y Here is the same catalogue, sorted alphabetically by composer https://drive.google.com/open?id=1ipmWwlolFvZwKXPG4SderYNQgtXrT1V4 updated November 26 2018
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12 Trio Sonatas / Sonate da Chiesa, Op. 3 Part 1 - Corelli (Score)
 
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Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/classicalmusicanalysis Website: http://www.classicalmusicanalysis.com Score of the first four of Arcangelo Corelli's 12 trio sonatas, Opus 3, a set of sonate da chiesa ("church sonatas", in contrast to the more suite-esque "chamber sonatas") written for two violins and basso continuo. Corelli was one of the first to make the distinction between the two types of sonata and was one of the most important composers to further develop them, which later influenced and evolved into the classical sonata. Corellian church sonatas differ from chamber sonatas not because of the building's name where the music was performed (because they both weren't played only in churches or chambers) but because they use counterpoint and fugato texture. The main characteristic of Corelli's standardization of his church sonatas is that they all have four movements that almost always follow a Slow-Fast-Slow-Fast (SFSF) pattern: - First movement: in almost all of Corelli's church sonatas the first movement is a slow introduction (SI) in binary form, duple (or, less commonly, triple) meter, and with chains of syncopated dissonances known as "durezze e ligature" (durations and ties/syncopations). - Second movement: a fast fugue (Fu) in duple (or, less commonly, triple) meter and with imitative polyphony and dialogue. - Third movement: a triple meter movement (Tr) generally slow and of imitative or homophonic texture. It can also sometimes be a fugue. - Fourth movement: in can be a dance fugato (DF) generally in triple meter, the most common one; or proper dances (D) with the requisite regular phrasing and bipartite structure; or, less commonly, proper fugues. All three options are in fast tempo. No. 1 in F major: 0:17 (SFFF / SI-Fu-D-DF) No. 2 in D major: 6:54 (SFSF / SI-Fu-Tr-D) No. 3 in B flat major: 14:24 (SFSF / SI-Fu-Fu-Fu) No. 4 in B minor: 21:28 (SFSF / SI-Fu-Tr-Fu with fantasia)
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10 Trivia questions - Absolutely no one can score a 10
 
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Question 1: On which Donovan song does Paul McCartney whisper in the background? Answer a: Mean Green Answer b: Mellow Yellow Answer c: Head Red Answer d: True Blue Question 2: Who was the sole beneficiary of Dr. Henry Jekyll's will in "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde"? Answer a: Edward Hyde Answer b: Alan Grant Answer c: Jay Gatsby Answer d: Luke Skywalker Question 3: Dusseldorf is a city In what European country? Answer a: Romania Answer b: Hungary Answer c: Poland Answer d: Germany Question 4: If you are in Silicon Valley you are in which state? Answer a: Mexico Answer b: California Answer c: Vermont Answer d: Delaware Question 5: The city of Sao Paulo is located in which continent? Answer a: Australasia Answer b: Asia Answer c: Africa Answer d: South America Question 6: The earth is composed of three main parts: the core, the mantle and ...? Answer a: The crust Answer b: The magma Answer c: The soil Answer d: The sea Question 7: What is the place where projectors are used to show the night sky? Answer a: Planetarium Answer b: Arboretum Answer c: Studio Answer d: Universe Question 8: What is the general term for a substance out of which something is or can be made? Answer a: Cloth Answer b: Canvas Answer c: Tool Answer d: Material Question 9: What sort of medium works best to permanently decorate a shirt? Answer a: Pastel Crayons Answer b: Fabric Paint Answer c: Powdered Tempura Paint Answer d: Washable Markers Question 10: Which famous scientist was born in Germany in 1879, became a Swiss citizen in 1901 and later became a US citizen in 1940? Answer a: Rudolf Diesel Answer b: Alfred Wegener Answer c: Michael Olesen Answer d: Albert Einstein If you like this quiz please give us a thumbs up and we will make sure to keep them coming. If you like to play the interactive quiz go to: https://weqyoua.com/quizzes/15117-10_Trivia_questions
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Elgar Sea Pictures no. 5 The Swimmer score
 
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Maureen Forrester, contralto; McGill Symphony Orchestra, Richard Hoenich, conductor Here is a link to a catalogue of all my videos, according to genre: https://drive.google.com/open?id=19n6jHMYCgoB70lIrrw7sLgw5KWPa7z2Y Here is the same catalogue, sorted alphabetically by composer https://drive.google.com/open?id=1ipmWwlolFvZwKXPG4SderYNQgtXrT1V4 updated November 26 2018
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Battleship - Battle On Land And Sea (The Score - Soundtrack)
 
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The "Battleship" soundtrack album features the original scores composed by Steve Jablonsky (Transformers) and also a song written and performed by Rage Against the Machine guitarist Tom Morello. The album is set for release on May 8th, 2012. If you like it then this album is available to buy on itunes, amazon etc... Battleship (Soundtrack) Battleship OUT NOW !! Plz comment and subscribe music used in this video belongs to its composer - Steve Jablonsky. I do not own anything in the video, no copyright infringement intended, all music and images belongs to its owners/creators. enjoy :D
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how to play piano : My Bonnie lies over the ocean no score
 
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how to play piano : My Bonnie lies over the ocean Piano for beginners - 2 hands arrangment My Bonnie lies over the ocean, my Bonnie lies over the sea, My Bonnie lies over the ocean, O bring back my Bonnie to me. Chorus: Bring back, bring back, O bring back my Bonnie to me, to me: Bring back, bring back, O bring back my Bonnie to me. O blow ye winds over the ocean, O blow ye winds over the sea. O blow ye winds over the ocean, And bring back my Bonnie to me. Repeat chorus Last night as I lay on my pillow, Last night as I lay on my bed, Last night as I lay on my pillow, I dreamed that my Bonnie was dead. Repeat chorus The winds have blown over the ocean, The winds have blown over the sea, The winds have blown over the ocean, And brought back my Bonnie to me. Repeat chorus My Bonnie leaned over the gas tank, The height of its contents to see, I lit a small match to assist her, O Bring back my Bonnie to me. Repeat chorus Last night as I lay on my pillow, Last night as I lay on my bed, I stuck my feet out of the window, In the morning the neighbors were dead. Repeat chorus My mother makes beer in the bathtub, My father makes synthetic gin, My sister makes fudge for a quarter, Wouldja believe how the money rolls in? Repeat chorus My mother, she drowned in the bathtub, My father, he died from his gin, My sister choked on her chocolate, My stars, what a fix I am in. Repeat chorus I tried making beer in the bathtub, I tried making synthetic gin, I tried making fudge for a living, Now look at the shape that I'm in
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Elgar Sea Pictures no. 4 Where Corals Lie score
 
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Maureen Forrester, contralto; McGill Symphony Orchestra, Richard Hoenich, conductor Here is a link to a catalogue of all my videos, according to genre: https://drive.google.com/open?id=19n6jHMYCgoB70lIrrw7sLgw5KWPa7z2Y Here is the same catalogue, sorted alphabetically by composer https://drive.google.com/open?id=1ipmWwlolFvZwKXPG4SderYNQgtXrT1V4 updated November 26 2018
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How To Get 27219 Score EM STORM Honkai Impact 3 SEA (崩坏3rd)
 
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How To Get 27219 Score EM STORM Rank 1% #Tips&Trick ED for song https://youtu.be/xLNVg64mQTw ===================================================================== ★ IF YOU WANT TO INTERACT WITH ME ★ ► My Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/whize.rezhaenk.5 ► My Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/rezhaenk/ ► My Twitter : https://twitter.com/rezhaenk ========================================================== ► Group Honkai Impact Indonesia : https://www.facebook.com/groups/hi3id/ ► FP Review Anime/Game : https://www.facebook.com/AnimeGameAsia/
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I Hear You Knocking - Deep Blue Sea (Complete Score) (NO SFX) Trevor Rabin
 
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The elevator shaft sequence. Complete score to Deep Blue Sea (1999) composed by Trevor Rabin. Thanks to "umbria" from FFShrine for the cover.
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Siegfried with score by The Calm Blue Sea - PART 1 - "The Sword"
 
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Siegfried with score by The Calm Blue Sea Part 1 of 17: "The Sword"
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Titanic- Hymn to the sea
 
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Here is the whole song. Hope you like. I have not composed it myself. The sharing is for entertainment only.
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Next Gear Planning Renown Score/Gear Score  480 - Black Desert Online SEA
 
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next 480 rs/gs black desert online sea
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¡SCORE PERFECTO CON GRAVES! - NO PUEDO CREER QUE SEA MI PRIMER PARTIDA CON EL
 
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Benjamin Britten - Suite No. 1 for 'Cello, Op. 72 (1964) [Score-Video]
 
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Benjamin Britten - Suite No. 1 for 'Cello, Op. 72 (1964) ----------------------------------------------------- Support this YouTube Channel: https://www.patreon.com/georgengianopoulos
Views: 4599 George N. Gianopoulos
Deeeep.io - The Sunfish - Best Fish In The Sea - 1.5 million Score - Deeeep.io Gameplay Highlights
 
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Welcome back to another episode of Deeeep.io! In today's video of Deeeep.io we're checking out one of the newest and in my opinion best fish in the sea of Deeeep.io, the Sunfish. The Sunfish is an end-tier fish that you can obtain after the dolphin. The Sunfish has the benefit of being able to heal really fast on the surface of the ocean and it has recoil-less attacks meaning there is no bounce-back when you hit anything so you can hug your prey. This combination of self-healing and sub-par damage output makes this one of the best solo-play fish in Deeeep.io with it's only downside being a somewhat slow damage output. In this episode we check out the Sunfish and have one of my best games yet. I hope you enjoyed this episode of Deeeep.io, thanks for watching and liking. More Deeeep.io Gameplay: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OGC3xZwiK4g&list=PLEngsjAeWQXgVcRtjGY7fxev05yXe4R0F ☆Discord Community: https://discordapp.com/invite/draegast ☆2nd Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCj8su0fXs_NCkUsn7Xm9N2Q ☆Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DraegastYoutube ☆Twitch: http://www.twitch.tv/draegastyt ☆Twitter: https://twitter.com/Draegast Intro: Title: Richard Caddock, WRLD, Nitro Fun, Slips & Slurs & Subtact - Break The Silence Listen on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/5l33DXPACHY0SY8Eolk1wI Video Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aUGA-RJoqNA Outro: JAWN - Duck of Doom https://soundcloud.com/jawnmusic/duck-of-doom
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"Poems of the Sea" by Ernest Bloch - Audio + Full Score
 
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pf: Vladimir Jurowski cond/ Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin 0:00 - Waves 4:00 - Chanty 7:45 - At Sea During the summer of 1921, before moving from New York to Cleveland where he had become the director of the Cleveland Institute of Music, Bloch took his family for a vacation to the little village of Percé, in Canada, at the edge of the Gaspé Peninsula. In those days all was still isolated. There were no automobile roads. One came by a slow rural train that at times stopped to shoo off a cow that blocked the tracks. There was only one hotel at Percé and the summer visitors were mainly people from Montreal and Quebec. This was ideal for the Blochs who hated resorts and crowds. The magnificent beaches were never crowded. The little fishing village was picturesque with the sort of natives that delighted Bloch, who always liked the simple people close to the soil. Old seamen who spoke in a hard to understand French full of 16th Century expressions liked to talk to this strange sympathetic man who seemed to be so interested in their lives. Bloch was indignant at the way these fishermen were exploited. He met some remarkable people among the visitors, one being Monseigneur Gaultier, Archbishop of Montreal, with whom he paced the beach singing together in full voice Gregorian Chant. Another person he admired was a woman of over 55 years of age who cut trails all over the wilderness and had discovered a large crevasse in the hills, which became known as “La Craque à Mme. Chauvin.” His admiration for her trailmaking had such impact that we Bloch children, as often as we could, tried to cut trails in whatever wilderness we encountered in our young years. During his solitary walks on the Percé beaches, Bloch began to think of music, which he jotted down in a little book. The following year in Cleveland, he composed these three pieces which he generally called The Sea Pieces: Waves, Chanty, At Sea. He was able to give a special tang in them, of these colder northern seas, for the music surely doesn’t bring to mind a type of tropical ocean. It is the sea of a Brittany, an Ireland, of the old-time sailors who settled the American Eastern Coast. The music is tonal and straight-forward. Bloch had no intention of producing world-shaking new music. What he wrote fitted his purpose. Bloch prefaced these pieces with a poem quotation from Walt Whitman, the American poet he admired: “In cabin’d ships at sea, The boundless blue on every side expanding, With whistling winds and music of the waves, the large imperious waves, Or some lone bark buoy’d on the dense marine. Where joyous, full of faith, spreading white sails, She cleaves the ether ‘mid the sparkle and the foam of day, or under many a star at night, By sailors young and old haply will I, a reminiscence of the land, be read, In full rapport at last.” SOURCE: http://www.ernestbloch.org/home.cfm?dir_cat=80571
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16 - Where Dreams Have No End (THE PARENT TRAP SCORE)
 
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Composed by Alan Silvestri
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Carmel By The Sea Gets A 93% Walkability Score
 
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DeLuca Real Estate SEARCH FOR HOMES: http://bit.ly/2j15ivT A journey through Carmel By The Sea By Leslie DeLuca, Broker/Owner (831) 214-1934 No One Knows Local Like DeLuca!
Views: 33850 DeLuca Real Estate
Flappy Bird - High Score 999! impossible!
 
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Piano Tiles (Don't Tap The White Tile) - High Score 10.025! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xQIRo8ou908 Flappy Bird - High Score 999! Click Here for more videos: http://www.youtube.com/user/pipocavfx?sub_confirmation=1
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Honkai Impact 3 SEA Trapped Beast Extreme Stage 955 score
 
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Credit to : Player : IAM (no, not me, but his player nick is "IAM")
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Final Score: Sea Hawks 27 - Pie Rats 3
 
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& No Booms. ;)
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Siegfried with score by The Calm Blue Sea - PART 7 - "The Meeting"
 
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Siegfried with score by The Calm Blue Sea Part 7 of 17: "The Meeting"
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Fantasia on British Sea Songs, arr. Douglas E. Wagner – Score & Sound
 
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For more information, or to purchase, go to https://goo.gl/6GnCXN. Fantasia on British Sea Songs By Henry J. Wood / arr. Douglas E. Wagner Item: 00-29628 Series: Belwin Symphonic Band Format: Conductor Score & Parts Level: 4 Sir Henry J. Wood (1869–1944) wrote his Fantasia on British Sea Songs in 1905 to commemorate the 100th year anniversary of Admiral Lord Nelson’s defeat of the French and Spanish fleets at the Battle of Trafalgar. This wonderful concert band arrangement incorporates five of Wood’s selected themes: "The Saucy Arethusa," "Tom Bowling," "Jack’s the Lad," "Farewell and Adieu," and "See, the Conquering Hero Comes." You’ll recognize the themes, if not the original names. A cherished addition to the repertoire certain not to be missed! Subscribe to Alfred Music's Concert Band Channel: https://youtube.com/alfredmusicconcertband Since 1922, Alfred Music has been dedicated to helping people learn, teach, and play music. Alfred Music currently has over 150,000 active titles, representing a wide range of well-known publications—from methods like Accent on Achievement, Sound Innovations, Suzuki, and more. Learn more at www.alfred.com.
General Trivia - Absolutely no one will score a perfect 10
 
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Question 1: General Tso's chicken is a food item of what type of cuisine? Answer a: Asian Answer b: Italian Answer c: Mexican Answer d: American Question 2: What great leader, who resented Persian rule, easily conquered Egypt in 332 BC? Answer a: Memnon Answer b: Antipater Answer c: Philip II of Macedon Answer d: Alexander the Great Question 3: What covers 85 percent of Algeria? Answer a: Cities Answer b: The Dead Sea Answer c: The Sahara Desert Answer d: Rainforest Question 4: What 1969 New York music festival featured The Who, Jimi Hendrix and Janis Joplin? Answer a: Monterey Pop Answer b: Woodstock Answer c: Concert In Central Park Answer d: Altamont Question 5: Which of these European countries had a female leader first? Answer a: France Answer b: Albania Answer c: England Answer d: Germany Question 6: What type of tissue does the adenovirus affect? Answer a: Denning Tissue Answer b: Adenoids Tissue Answer c: Adding Ability Tissue Answer d: Adena Mounds Tissue Question 7: What are proteins that help speed up chemical reactions called? Answer a: Enzymes Answer b: End Times Answer c: Glucose Answer d: Entimes Question 8: What is the part of a plant from which another plant can grow? Answer a: Seed Answer b: Lux Answer c: Cataract Answer d: Oil Shale Question 9: What are the Benelux countries? Answer a: Belgium, Luxembourg, Netherlands Answer b: Bulgaria, Namibia, Luxembourg Answer c: Luxembourg, Nevada, Belgium Answer d: Belgium, Naples, Laos Question 10: What refers to wireless network components? Answer a: Hi-Fi Answer b: Networking Answer c: DSL Answer d: Wi-Fi If you like this quiz please give us a thumbs up and we will make sure to keep them coming. For interactive quiz: https://weqyoua.com/quizzes/14844-Absolutely_no_one_will_score_a_perfect_10
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Ives - 114 Songs № 4, At Sea [Audio + Score]
 
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Charles Ives [1874 - 1954] - 114 Songs [1888 - 1921] "Charles Ives privately funded the printing of his 114 Songs in 1921. The oldest song included, "Slow March," is dated 1888; the rest date from virtually every year up to the time of publication. Some of the songs were newly arranged for voice & piano, or condensed from other sources explicitly for inclusion in the volume during 1920-1921. Ives' initial motivation was solely to be able to hold a book of his own songs in his hands, but in the "Preface" to the 114 Songs, Ives refers to other motivations that had occurred to him in the interim: "(It) was undertaken primarily in order to have a few clear copies that could be sent to friends who have been interested enough to ask for copies of some of the songs. It contains plenty of songs which have not been and will not be asked for." A bit more than half of Ives' known output of 200 songs are represented in this collection. Among the best known items included are "Evening," "Charlie Rutlage," "Ann Street," "Serenity," "The Cage," "The Children's Hour," and "Memories." A few songs are sub-grouped into sets that are related thematically; for example "Old Home Day," "In the Alley," "A Son of a Gambolier," "Down East," and "The Circus Band" are grouped together as "5 Street Songs and Pieces." Stylistically the 114 Songs cover the breadth of Ives' musical terrain, from the endearingly simple to the mind-bogglingly complex; songs such as "The Collection," are straightforward enough to be appropriate for church use, while other pieces, like "from 'Paracelsus'," contain piano parts absolutely blackened with notes and voice parts full of ungainly intervals, sometimes as wide as a minor tenth. The extremes of both consonance and dissonance, stillness and cacophony are all present, and each bears Ives' unmistakable stamp of personality. Interwoven with this musical diversity is an equally characteristic variety of expressive purpose. Ives' good-natured wit, irreverent humor, genuine sentimentality, and political and philosophical leanings are all well represented in his choices of texts, and each is wedded to music of surprising flexibility. One need only examine the smile-inducingly brief "1, 2, 3" -- which manages to make pithy patriotic commentary out of a mere sentence of text -- and the sprawling "Housatonic at Stockbridge" -- the lyrical expansiveness of which puts Ives on par with the any song composer in history -- to see how open-minded and individual Ives was in his approach to text setting. Many writers have stated that the 114 Songs are the most important group of art songs ever written by an American composer. In an age where Tin Pan Alley material is often elevated to the level of art song in recitals and recordings, this has become more difficult to defend. However, there is no another collection of songs quite like the 114 of Ives. Ives wrote, "this package of paper, uncollectible notes, marks of respect and expression, is now thrown, so to speak, at the music fraternity, who will for this reason feel free to do dodge it on its way -- perhaps to the waste basket." Indeed, that's exactly where many copies of the rare first edition of this work ended up. However, the reputation of Ives' 114 Songs has improved considerably since then, and in 2001 MUSA announced the publication of 129 Songs, which is the first critical edition of 114 Songs, plus 15 others, edited by H. Wiley Hitchcock." (https://www.allmusic.com/composition/114-songs-song-collection-for-voice-piano-s-appendix-3-ba-k-6aa-mc0002511436) Dora Ohrenstein, soprano Philliip Bush, piano Mary Ann Hart, mezzo soprano Dennis Helmrich, piano Paul Sperry, tenor Irma Vallecillo, piano William Sharp, baritone Steven Blier, piano ►Video Request Form: https://goo.gl/forms/E75YIWG9j2tiUYxj1 ►Upload Schedule: https://sites.google.com/view/schnittke/schedule
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Siegfried with score by The Calm Blue Sea - PART 11 - "The Struggle"
 
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Siegfried with score by The Calm Blue Sea Part 11 of 17: "The Struggle"
Views: 935 adamberry80
Benjamin Britten - Cello Suite No. 2, Op. 80 (1967) [Score-Video]
 
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Benjamin Britten - Cello Suite No. 2, Op. 80 (1967) Jamie Walton, cello ----------------------------------------------------- Support this YouTube Channel: https://www.patreon.com/georgengianopoulos
Views: 1144 George N. Gianopoulos
Star Trek with Interstellar Docking Scene Score (No Time For Caution) HQ Edit
 
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This is an EDIT of Star Trek and Interstellar's "No Time For Caution." My name is Christian, and well I'm dreaming my idea to a reality. EDITS will consist of my editing skills and the power of films and orchestrated scores by the professional artists. - Footage: Star Trek Into Darkness Music originally composed by Hans Zimmer - Interstellar. Music remixed by Yourfavoratemusic. - Special thanks to Yourfavoratemusic where I got the remix work on Interstellar's "No Time For Caution." Check out their epic and fantastic content: https://www.youtube.com/user/Yourfavoratemusic ALL RIGHTS ARE RESERVED TO THEIR PERSPECTIVE OWNERS.
Views: 17810 Fly Cinema
Vox Balaenae - George Crumb (Score)
 
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Score of George Crumb's Vox Balaenae for three masked players composed in circa 1971. Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/classicalmusicanalysis Website: http://www.classicalmusicanalysis.com 1- Vocalise (...for the beginning of time) [2:48] 2- Variations on Sea-Time [7:02] - Sea Theme [7:02] - Variation 1 - Archeozoic [8:39] - Variation 2 - Proterozoic [10:20] - Variation 3 - Paleozoic [13:19] - Variation 4 - Mesozoic [14:37] - Variation 5 - Cenozoic [15:57] 3- Sea-Nocturne (...for the end of time) [18:26] Performers: Atlanta Chamber Players (http://www.atlantachamberplayers.com)
Views: 33837 Roc Vela
"LOST AT SEA" - DARIO PINELLI - FILM SCORE: SOUNDTRACK MUSIC
 
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"LOST AT SEA" COMPOSED AND ARRANGED FOR ORCHESTRA BY DARIO PINELLI
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The Bottom of the Sea | Gwyneth Walker | scrolling score
 
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2009/08/04 Umpires rule no Rays runs score
 
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[email protected]: Bard's error on Aybar's bunt does no damage
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BAL@SEA: Gutierrez doubles to the gap to score Marte
 
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8/12/15: Franklin Gutierrez drills a double into the left-center gap, scoring Ketel Marte from second to give the Mariners a one-run lead Check out http://m.mlb.com/video for our full archive of videos, and subscribe on YouTube for the best, exclusive MLB content: http://youtube.com/MLB About MLB.com: Commissioner Allan H. (Bud) Selig announced on January 19, 2000, that the 30 Major League club owners voted unanimously to centralize all of Baseball's internet operations into an independent technology company. Major League Baseball Advanced Media (MLBAM) was formed and charged with developing, building and managing the most comprehensive baseball experience available on the internet. In August 2002, MLB.com streamed the first-ever live, full length MLB game when the Texas Rangers and New York Yankees faced off at Yankee Stadium. Since that time, millions of baseball fans around the world have subscribed to MLB.TV, the live video streaming product that airs every game in HD to nearly 400 different devices. MLB.com also provides an array of mobile apps for fans to choose from, including At Bat, the highest-grossing iOS sports app of all-time. MLB.com features a stable of club beat reporters and award-winning national columnists, the largest contingent of baseball reporters under one roof, who deliver over 100 original articles every day. MLB.com also offers extensive historical information and footage, online ticket sales, official baseball merchandise, authenticated memorabilia and collectibles and fantasy games. Major League Baseball consists of 30 teams split between the American and National Leagues. The American League, originally founded in 1901, consists of the following teams: Baltimore Orioles; Boston Red Sox; Chicago White Sox; Cleveland Indians; Detroit Tigers; Houston Astros; Kansas City Royals; Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim; Minnesota Twins; New York Yankees; Oakland Athletics; Seattle Mariners; Tampa Bay Rays; Texas Rangers; and Toronto Blue Jays. The National League, originally founded in 1876, consists of the following teams: Arizona Diamondbacks; Atlanta Braves; Chicago Cubs; Cincinnati Reds; Colorado Rockies; Los Angeles Dodgers; Miami Marlins; Milwaukee Brewers; New York Mets; Philadelphia Phillies; Pittsburgh Pirates; San Diego Padres; San Francisco Giants; St. Louis Cardinals; and Washington Nationals. Visit MLB.com: http://mlb.mlb.com Subscribe to MLB.TV: mlb.tv Download MLB.com At Bat: http://mlb.mlb.com/mobile/atbat Get tickets: http://mlb.mlb.com/tickets Official MLB Merchandise: http://mlb.mlb.com/shop Join the conversation! Twitter: http://twitter.com/mlb Facebook: http://facebook.com/mlb Instagram: http://instagram.com/mlb Google+: https://plus.google.com/+MLB Tumblr: http://drawntomlb.com/ Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/MLBAM
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Audition Sea db4 score 2 million 1 2 fiesta
 
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Player: 21 m sg Song: Freecard by Dark Tranquillity Score: 2 million Max chain: x12 Perfects: 43 Email: [email protected]
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Siegfried with score by The Calm Blue Sea - PART 8 - "The Fire"
 
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Siegfried with score by The Calm Blue Sea Part 8 of 17: "The Fire"
Views: 1196 adamberry80
Nightwish - Ghost Love Score (HQ + Lyrics)
 
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Nightwish performing "Ghost Love Score". Lyrics: We used to swim the same moonlight waters Oceans away from the wakeful day My fall will be for you My fall will be for you My love will be in you If you be the one to cut me I'll bleed forever Scent of the sea before waking afterwards Brings me to thee Into the blue memory My fall will be for you Into the blue memory A siren from the deep came to me Sang my name my longing Still I write my songs about that dream of mine Worth everything I may ever be The Child will be born again That siren carried him to me First of them true lovers Singing on the shoulders of an angel Without care for love n' loss Bring me home or leave me be My love in the dark heart of the night I have lost the path before me the one behind will lead me Take me Cure me Kill me Bring me home Every way Every day Just another loop in the hangman's noose Take me, cure me, kill me, bring me home Every way, every day I keep on watching us sleep Relive the old sin of Adam and Eve Of you and me Forgive the adoring beast Redeem me into childhood Show me myself without the shell Like the advent of May I'll be there when you say Time to never hold our love My fall will be for you
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Guia para score match(no oficial).....
 
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El link estará disponible cuando el video llege a 3 likes.Estoy poniendo mucho esfuerzo en esto así que espero que sea valorado saludos todos.
Views: 415 SiDroid

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