“Dear fans and friends of LPs, now I beginning a series on the influential Argentine scene, in terms of rock music and its derivatives are concerned. This at the request of several followers-music lovers.
To što vidiš to i jeste (What You See is What You Get) is the ninth studio album by the Serbian rock band Električni Orgazam, released in September 2010 by the Dom omladine Beograda record label. The album is the first one since Kako bubanj kaže to feature the keyboard player and vocalist Ljubomir Đukić.The album is distributed unlike any of the previous band's releases. For the first two months it is only available as a throw-in gift with the purchase of m:ts mobile provider's pre-paid package that costs RSD200 (around €2 as of November 2010). After that, the album featuring an alternative cover sleeve as well as several additional tracks will be available through the regular label and its distribution channels.
I quatro rusteghi (The Four Curmudgeons, The Four Ruffians, in Edward J. Dent's translation School for Fathers) is a comic opera in three acts, music by Ermanno Wolf-Ferrari to a text by Luigi Sugana and Giuseppe Pizzolato based on Carlo Goldoni's 18th-century play I rusteghi. The opera is written in Venetian dialect, hence "quatro" instead of "quattro".
The plot concerns the feisty eponymous heroine Isabella. She has been sailing in the Mediterranean, accompanied by an elderly admirer Taddeo, in search of her lover Lindoro. After her ship is wrecked Mustafa, the Bey of Algiers, believes her the ideal replacement for his neglected wife who he intends to marry off to a captured slave, who happens to be Lindoro. Complicated situations ensue involving Taddeo being awarded the honour of Kaimakan and Mustafa in turn becoming a Pappataci, a spoof award invented by Isabella to keep him obeying her strict instructions. All ends well in a rousing finale with the Italians escaping from the clutches of the Bey.