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Musicalta

Musicalta is a classical music festival and a classical music academy, founded in 1996 in Lapoutroie, Alsace by a couple of musicians. Musicalta takes place every year between July 15 and August 15, in Rouffach, Alsace, France. Musicalta also organizes concerts from Alsace, such as Maxim Vengerovs recital at the théâtre des Champs elysées in Paris, February 23, 2013, and announced the concerts on March 15, 2014 in Paris and on 16 April 2014 in Lyon.

                                               

Coro Musicanova

Musicanova was formed in 1999, as a consolidation of the activity by the San Filippo youth choir. The choir has collaborated with composers such as Ennio Morricone, Leo Brouwer and Marco Frisina, and with the Italian pop stars Andrea Bocelli and Mina. In 2017 Coro Musicanova won the Grand Prix of the 46th Florilege vocal tour, gaining access to the 2018 edition of the European Grand Prix for choral singing.

                                               

The Consort of Musicke

The Consort of Musicke is a British early music group, founded in 1969 by lutenist Anthony Rooley, the ensembles Artistic Director. Members of the group have included such well-known artists as sopranos Emma Kirkby and Evelyn Tubb, alto Mary Nichols, tenors Paul Agnew, Andrew King and Joseph Cornwell, and bass Simon Grant. Wife passed through several stages in its long life, reflecting the range of passions Anthony Rudl. The cast has also changed over the years and expanding to cover specific projects. The main singers since 2004, Evelyn Tabb soprano, Lucy Ballard Alto, tenor Andrew king, Simon Grant bass. The group has made more than 120 recordings, which reflect the exploration of music of earlier times, although many of the early recordings exist only on vinyl. Recently the couple on the CD-ROM include pre-Raphaelite madrigals of Robert Lucas Pirolla, and motets of the Dutch composer Verrijt, which received rave reviews from the Dutch critics. The current repertoire includes a theatrical programme of mad songs, learn English Bibles of the 17th century, and a programme which weaves the music of John Dowland with that of his contemporaries, reflecting the friendly music community at the time.

                                               

Ravenea musicalis

Ravenea musicalis is a species of flowering plant in the family Arecaceae. It is critically endangered and found only in Madagascar. Approximately 450 mature trees remain in the wild. It is threatened by habitat loss as it grows in shallow, slowly flowing water. Such areas are prime targets for human development and agriculture. The range in which Ravenea musicalis grows is not within a protected area. The species is endemic to one river in Annecy region of South-East Madagascar. The seedlings grow directly in slow-flowing water, having started life as submerged aquatic plants with flimsy leaves. As the stem grows, its leaves become hard and erect, as the tree grows, come to the surface.

                                               

Il Musichiere

Il Musichiere was an Italian game show based upon Name That Tune. It ran from 1957 to 1960 and ended with untimely death of its host Mario Riva. It ran for 90 episodes, airing on Saturday evenings during prime-time. It was directed by Antonello Falqui. He had one-hour format, usually with the same form that we show the name of the tone to win the money, but with a weekly guest who was obliged to sing. The orchestra was headed by Gorni Kramer, who sang tunes from "Domenica e sempre Domenica" Sunday is always Sunday. Rivas assistant on the show was with marilu Tolo, who later rose to fame in his own right. Regular singers included Nuccia bongiovanni and Johnny Dorelli. Famous guests included: Mina, Lorella De Luca, Toto, Marcello Mastroianni, Fausto Coppi, Delilah, Adriano Celentano and Gino Bartali. International guests Gary Cooper, Jayne Mansfield, Perry Como, Jacques Tati and Louis Armstrong. Spin-off magazine "Il Musichiere" by the publishing house Mondadori is derived from the program and inlduded and then-novel free Flexi-disc of music with every issue. The show also resulted in two "Il festival Del Musichiere" in 1959 and 1960, and the film based on the program "Domenica-Domenica e sempre".

                                               

Ah Via Musicom

Ah Via Musicom is the third studio album by guitarist Eric Johnson, released in 1990 through Capitol Records. The album reached No. 67 on the U.S. Billboard 200 and remained on that chart for 60 weeks. All four singles charted on Billboard s Mainstream Rock chart, with three of them being top 10 hits: "High Landrons" at No. 31, "Righteous" at No. 8, "Cliffs of Dover" at No. 5 and "Trademark" at No. 7. "Cliffs of Dover" went on to win the Award for Best Rock Instrumental Performance at the 1992 Grammys.

                                               

Brazil: Forro - Music for Maids and Taxi Drivers

Brazil: Forro - Music for Maids and Taxi Drivers is a Various Artists genre compilation album that was dedicated to Forro, a music style from Brazil. This album, which was released in 1989, was nominated for Best traditional folk album at the 33rd annual Grammy awards.

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