Belle collection les genies du Classique. Editions ATLAS et Guilde Internationale du Disque. Tous les chefs-d'oeuvre de la musique classique.
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Omnivore's 2013 double-disc set Buck Em! The Music of Buck Owens (1955-1967) provides an interesting spin on Buck Owens: through a collection of mono singles, live tracks, alternate takes, early 45s, and other rarities, it tells an alternate history of Buck's prime years. If there's a hit on this 50-track collection, it's almost always in a version that's slightly different than what usually shows up on a standard greatest-hits. "Second Fiddle," "Love's Gonna Live Here," "I Don't Care (Just as Long as You Love Me)," "I've Got a Tiger by the Tail," and "Before You Go" are all in mono, there's an early version of "Ain't It Amazing Gracie," and "Act Naturally" is live, so they're familiar enough to not feel jarring and they do provide the core of a collection that winds up wandering into some pretty interesting territory.
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The Medieval Ensemble of London was active in the late 1970s and early 80s and directed by Peter & Timothy Davies. They were a clear successor to David Munrow in this area, and most of the performers involved on their albums continue to be major parts of the EM mainstream. Albums such as the complete Dufay & Ockeghem songs were landmarks in their day. Twenty-five years after it was first released, this magnificent recording of 15th-century secular music has finally become available once again. Listening to it today, one wonders why Decca took so long to reissue it.
Perhaps the most famous song on this album is "Cálice," the classic protest song written by Chico Buarque and Gilberto Gil, on which Buarque is accompanied by Milton Nascimento on vocals. Although very beautiful, "Cálice," with its mildly rock-oriented sound, isn't really representative for the rest of the album, whose sound is more traditional.
Explora el cuerpo humano por dentro y por fuera. El simpático esqueleto Skelly te enseñará el funcionamiento del cuerpo humano y sus diferentes sistemas mediante una gran variedad de entretenidos juegos y actividades estimulantes. …