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    Thanks Arrow...beautiful thread. You are a true gentleman, a rarity in this time and age. Signed

    YOUR NUMBER ONE FAN.........LT

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    TO DIE FOR

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    Thanks !

    Thank you, all, for your kind remarks about the MUSICAL CORNER here!

    BRAVO to YOU ALL !


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    "SEND in the CLOWNS" by Steven Sondheim..sung by Judy Collins


    "SEND in the CLOWNS"
    by Steven Sondheim as sung by the haunting, mournful voice of the stunning
    Judy Collins.

    "....where ARE the clowns, there OUGHT to be clowns,
    well, maybe next year
    "


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5os4N...eature=related
    (the artist performing this work)

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rA6YX...eature=related
    (the artist singing with the moving verses shown with scenery during the musical interlude....
    this version will just blow you away ! )

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    "I'll Be Seeing YOU" sung by Rosemary Clooney

    "I'LL BE SEEING YOU"
    sung best by the unforgettable Rosemary Clooney.
    It was written during World War Two, for the many whose lovers went off to the war, many never to return again.

    We need to be mindful of this side of war as well, which has no glory in it,
    but only tragedy and loss. :sm (41): :sm (41):

    I am including several versions, the first sung by Rosemary Clooney with the romantic yet sad verses showing .. then the next sung by the artist herself during a filmed live performance.

    Nearly every vocal artist of high standing has performed this work, and it is taught to nearly every professional vocal student, though few can perform it as movingly as Rosemary Clooney does here.



    "
    I'll be seeing you in every lovely summer's day
    in everything that's light and gay, I'll ALWAYS think of you that way
    I'll find you in the morning sun
    And when the night is new
    I'll be looking at the moon
    But I'll be seeing you."


    http://solosong.net/seeingyou/seeingyou.html

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZIGO6mQnLjQ

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    A "Brokeback Mountain"...."I'll Be Seeing You"

    Another "I'll Be Seeing You" ....from the movie "Brokeback Mountain"...
    in memory of Keith Ledger, who left us all way, way too early.

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g8Xsj...eature=related
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    "The ROSE" by Amanda McBroom as sung by Bette Middler


    "THE ROSE"

    by Amanda McBroom as sung by the zesty Bette Midler.

    The first link below is to a glorious natural scenic with the exceptional verses...
    second is of the artist, Bette Midler, singing this powerful and heart-rendering work herself.


    "....I say love it is a flower
    and you its only seed..."


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f2TfO...eature=related

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oR6ok...om=PL&index=19

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    I really enjoyed your selections. If anybody needs a good cry, here's another Brokeback Mountain video with Emmylou Harris singing A Love That Will Never Grow Old

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    Beethoven: The Tempest Sonata, Allegretto

    Storms enter all of our lives, turbulent times, times of tempest. Look at Ludwig van Beethoven, a MAESTRO composer and pianist.

    THEN, then....the PERFECT STORM, he went deaf !

    Yet he perservered and brought order to this utter disaster....composing this virile work,
    The Tempest Sonata, in 1801 shortly after he had become entirely deaf.

    Amazing...I often listen to it when I am troubled and despairing, knowing that hurt and pain comes to all of us, even the greatest. And yet, despite it all, we must never give up, ever !


    I now present the majestically powerful, hauntingly moving:

    Tempest Sonata No. 17, Opus 31 No. 2 in D minor, Mvt. III..Allegretto
    by Ludwig van Beethoven as performed by the one and only Wilhelm Kempff:


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IlkMGJhUVCY

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LfjD-...eature=related
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    Quote Originally Posted by ArrowMan View Post

    "THE ROSE"

    by Amanda McBroom as sung by the zesty Bette Midler.

    The first link below is to a glorious natural scenic with the exceptional verses...
    second is of the artist, Bette Midler, singing this powerful and heart-rendering work herself.


    "....I say love it is a flower
    and you its only seed..."


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f2TfO...eature=related

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oR6ok...om=PL&index=19

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    Oh wow! I used to love this song! I haven't heard it for so long. I've always loved the line "The soul afraid of dying that never learns to live". Now I know the rest! Thanks Arrow but it breaks my heart to hear it and I got all watery eyed too!

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    I love your musical corner Arrow. This reminds me of a song I discovered while searching for possible videos of that hunk from JAG that died so young Trevor Godard. I came across this moving tribute to his memory. It so totally broke my freaking heart that I fell in love with the sad song they use in it. I love when the rest of the cast sings it to him at the end. "Waltzing Matilda"
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vLNHi27ec58

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    As always, a very good song to listen and relax too from all that what works us down and out!!

    Thank you very much my love!!
    "Being blamed for stuff seems to haunt me here..."

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    Thanks for this inspiring thread, Arrow.
    Some of the most uplifting and inspiring music I know is by Libby Roderick - especially the anthem 'How could anyone', written (I've heard, specially for gay men).
    HOW COULD ANYONE EVER TELL YOU
    YOU WERE ANYTHING LESS THAN BEAUTIFUL?
    HOW COULD ANYONE EVER TELL YOU
    YOU WERE LESS THAN WHOLE?
    HOW COULD ANYONE FAIL TO NOTICE
    THAT YOUR LOVING IS A MIRACLE?
    HOW DEEPLY YOU’RE CONNECTED TO MY SOUL.

    I've got the CDs, haven't got any download links, but her website is http://www.libbyroderick.com/
    'Cradle of Dawn' is also one of my favourite songs - absolutely beautiful music and lyrics
    If you're kissing Death make sure you've got a blue protruding tongue.

    "John Stuart Mill, of his own free will,
    On half a pint of shandy got particularly ill."

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    "Overture to Tannhauser" by Richard Wagner

    My friends,

    Yes, again I wish to share with you the most beautiful classical themes that will stir your inner-being to the very CORE.

    Last Sunday on November 8, 2009, I shared with you Beethoven's masterwork aka the "Tempest Piano Sonata" and his soaring"Impassionata Piano Sonata."

    Today, I share with you a masterwork that lifts me UP and UP HIGHER still...into the snow-capped mountains, beyond that, up into the clouds, then clear blue sky beyond and ultimately the very UNIVERSE itself in all of its mystery and GLORY.

    I now present to you.....Richard Wagner's stellar
    "Overture to Tannhauser"
    .. performed by Maestro Herbert von Karajan conducting the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra.


    Following this, I present The Mormon Tabernacle Choir singing this same masterwork, when sung called "The Pilgrim's Chorus."

    Finally, this masterwork sung with towering scenes from our Earth and the Skies Above !


    I could listen to this grand, inspiring masterwork DAY and NIGHT, NIGHT and DAY ! The POWER, the MAJESTY, the BEAUTY, the GALLANTRY and BOLDNESS it heralds forth is both fervently and heroically OVERWHELMING !


    "Overture to Tannhauser" .. Part 1:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IDwiYOCnuao

    "Overture to Tannhasuer" .. Part 2:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NVnZZ...eature=related

    "The Pilgrim's Chorus" sung by the Mormon Tabernacle Choir:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fgFLm...eature=related

    Towering scenes of our Earth and the Skies Above with this
    gallant, bold "Overture to Tannhauser":

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7MMytsTslNQ&feature=related[/url]
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    Very beautiful!!

    Very Moving!!

    Perfect!!
    "Being blamed for stuff seems to haunt me here..."

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    Listen to Tannhauser above

    Listen to the "Overture to Tannhauser" above....and listen to the music of REAL MEN, of all that is HEROIC, NOBLE, BRAVE and TRUE.
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