FIREWORKS DVD WITH COUNTDOWN OPTION: PURE SPECTACLE... Celebrate New Year's Eve, 4th of July and every other party with a great variety of spectacular fireworks and stunning sound options. Your guests will be amazed! This party and fireworks DVD was filmed in many different countries at acclaimed firework shows and competitions showcasing artists from around the world. FOUR SHOWS WITH FIREWORK SOUNDS... A GREAT VARIETY OF FIREWORK SHOWS WITH REAL FIREWORK SOUNDS: 1. With Or Without Countdown 2. Colour Bursts 3. Softer Sounds 4. Kids Party Bangs & Crackles THREE 4TH OF JULY FIREWORK SHOWS WITH BOMBASTIC MUSIC FROM JOHN PHILIP SOUSA... Perfect to spice up your 4th of July event: 1. Washington Post March 2. The Thunderer 3. Stars & Stripes Forever TWO SHOWS SET TO ORCHESTRAL MUSIC... A PERFECT BLEND OF STUNNING FIREWORKS AND DRAMATIC MUSIC: 1. Blue Danube By Johan Strauss 2. A Mix Of Spectacular Music Compositions. QUALITY... This spectacular fireworks DVD is filmed with the highest quality HD cameras. All films are programmed to repeat automatically for an endless firework experience.
With music or the real sounds of the fireworks.
Filmed with high definition cameras.
Tracks can be played continuously for endless firework entertainment.
12 Firework displays.
Special July 4th firework shows.
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Manufacturer: Shanchie Records
Brand: Documentary - Dokumentation
This 95 minute DVD feature film traces the evolution, from folk roots in the Kentucky hills through innovations which shaped modern forms. Over 100 songs by Bill Monroe, Stanle y Brothers, Mac Wiseman, Jimmy Martin, Flatt & Scruggs, Osb ourne Brothers, "The story of bluegrass is the story of Bill Monroe's musical legacy." So begins this superb 1991 documentary, which frames its historical survey around Monroe, the father of Kentucky bluegrass. As Monroe visits his old Kentucky home, now dilapidated and full of memories, the film traces the emergence of bluegrass from Appalachian descendants of Scotch-Irish settlers, and a variety of bluegrass greats (including narrator Mac Wiseman) offer informative anecdotes, accompanied by evocative archival footage and concert performances from the bluegrass festival circuit. Monroe's dominance is duly acknowledged, but ample time is devoted to his contemporaries and successors, including the fast-pickin' duo of Flat & Scruggs, the Osborne Brothers, Jimmy Martin, and finally Alison Krauss, who passionately defends the music's acoustic purity. The rise, fall, and consistent revival of bluegrass is thus chronicled through oral history and visual record, resulting in a priceless film that even casual fans are sure to enjoy. --Jeff Shannon
Manufacturer: Henstooth Video
Brand: Henstooth Video
An actress, her married ex-lover, her current lover's wife and other guests gather at a circa-1900 estate. There are many enjoyable elements in the 1978 film version of Stephen Sondheim's exquisite chamber musical A Little Night Music, based on Ingmar Bergman's film Smiles of a Summer Night. First, Sondheim's score (all based on meters of 3) is full of riches such as "Now/Later/Soon," "Every Day a Little Death," "It Would Have Been Wonderful," and the famous "Send in the Clowns." There's even one reworking, of "The Glamorous Life," that became something of a collector's item for fans. Second, much of the cast is good, with original Broadway lead Len Cariou reprising his role as Frederik, the lawyer torn between his young wife, Anne (Lesley Anne-Down), and his former beau Desiree (Elizabeth Taylor). Others from the original Broadway company are Laurence Guittard (as pompous soldier Carl-Magnus) and Hermione Gingold (Mme. Armfeldt), and Diana Rigg adds a wonderful spice. Unfortunately Hal Prince couldn't translate his successful stage direction to this clunky film, Taylor's marquee value couldn't help her sing her big number, "Send in the Clowns," and a number of decisions--cutting songs, moving the setting from Sweden to Austria, eliminating the Greek chorus--just didn't work. It's worth seeing for the cast and for Sondheim's music, but all in all, A Little Night Music is one of the most dismal Broadway-to-movie adaptations ever made. --David Horiuchi On the DVD The 2007...
George Gershwin - Porgy & Bess / Trevor Nunn Â· Sir Simon Rattle Â· W. White Â· C. Haymon Â· Glyndebourne Opera
Manufacturer: Warner Classics
The Gershwins' musical masterpiece Porgy and Bess is one of America's greatest works. This production was adapted for the screen by Trevor Nunn and Yves Baigneres. It was directed by Trevor Nunn and is based on the highly successful staging of the original Glyndebourne Festival Opera production in 1986-87, which was remounted at Covent Garden in the autumn of 1992 with most of the original cast. Immediately after that performance the production was moved to the giant stage at Shepperton Studios, with much expanded sets and lighting. It was then recorded using EMI's original award-winning soundtrack. First performed in 1935 and based on the play Porgy by DuBose and Dorothy K. Heyward, Porgy and Bess has achieved worldwide renown through such memorable songs as "Summertime," "It Ain't Necessarily So," "I Got Plenty o' Nuttin'," "Oh Lawd, I'm on My Way," and many more, set to Gershwin's moving symphonic score. 184 minutes. Porgy: Willard White Bess: Cynthia Haymon Crown: Gregg Baker Serena: Cynthia Clarey Maria: Mariette Simpson Sporting Life: Damon Evans Clara: Paula Ingram (sung by Harolyn Blackwell) Jake: Gordon Hawkins (sung by Bruce Hubbard) Mingo: Barrington Coleman Robbins: D. Alonzo Washington (sung by Johnny Worthy) This powerful production originated on the stage of the Glyndebourne Festival. It was restaged and filmed on location for the BBC telecast preserved in this video recording. Director Trevor Nunn takes full advantage of the realism, fluidity of movement, a...
Manufacturer: Mercury Nashville
Brand: Mercury Music
Includes the videos for What Made You Say That, Dance with the One That Brought You, You Lay a Whole Lot of Love on Me, Whose Beds Have Your Boots Been Under?, Any Man of Mine, The Woman in Me (Needs the Man in You), (If You're Not in It for Love) I'm Outta Here!, You Win My Love, No One Needs to Know, Home Ain't Where His Heart Is (Anymore), God Bless the Child, Love Gets Me Every Time, Don't Be Stupid (You Know I Love You), You're Still the One, Honey I'm Home, From This Moment On, That Don't Impress Me Much, Man! I Feel Like a Woman!, You've Got a Way, Come On Over, Rock This Country! 80 minutes. Nothing encourages one to ignore those silly contradictions in Shania Twain's music (is she country? is she pop?) like a collection of her highly playful videos. The Platinum Collection rolls right over boundaries of tradition and genre with its concentration of imaginative, often surprising visuals. "The Woman in Me," for instance, is set among Egypt's pyramids, while "Man! I Feel Like a Woman!" finds a stunning Twain fronting a band of mindless hunks in a funny reversal of Robert Palmer's "Addicted to Love" video. "You're Still the One," easily one of Twain's most affecting songs, still holds up as a softly erotic short film. Even Twain's more prosaic videos (the go-kart mania of "You Win My Love") bear repeat viewing, but it's her heck-with-it aesthetic that leads to such unexpected sights as Irish step dancing in "Don't Be Stupid (You Know I Love You)." Then, of course, there ...
This 3 hour video is a companion to the cd & cassette of the same title. Shot live in Tuscany, Italy, it will include additional songs, rehearsals and a behind-the-scenes documentary of the making of the cd.
Elton John - One Night Only: The Greatest Hits Live at Madison Square Garden
Manufacturer: Umvd Labels
Brand: UNI DIST CORP (MUSIC)
1. Funeral For A Friend (Love Lies Bleeding) 2. Candle In The Wind 3. Bennie And The Jets 4. Goodbye Yellow Brick Road (w/Billy Joel) 5. Someone Saved My Life Tonight 6. Little Jeannie 7. Philadelphia Freedom 8. Tiny Dancer 9. Can You Feel The Love Tonight? 10. Daniel 11. Rocket Man 12. Club At The End Of The Street 13. Blue Eyes 14. I Guess That's Why They Call It The bBues (w/Mary J. Blige) 15. The One 16. I Don't Wanna Go On With You Like That 17. Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word 18. Sacrifice 19. Come Together 20. Your Song (w/Ronan Keating) 21. Sad Songs (Say So Much) (w/Bryan Adams) 22. I'm Still Standing 23. Crocodile Rock 24. Saturday Night's Alright (For Fighting) (w/Anastacia) 25. The Bitch Is Back 26. Don't Let The Sun Go Down On Me 27. Don't Go Breaking My Heart (w/Kiki Dee) Aditional Bonus Music video: I Want Love
Getting Started on Drums Featuring Tommy Igoe DVD - Setting Up / Start Playing
Manufacturer: Hudson Music
Brand: Hudson Music
small_gsod.jpg small_gsod-back.jpg thumbnail_gsod.jpg thumbnail_gsod-back.jpg Tommy Igoe: Getting Started on Drums Also Available At: Item: HL320288 $19.95 Featuring world-renowned drummer, solo artist, author and educator, Tommy Igoe, Getting Started On Drums is an entertaining and educational way for beginning drummers to learn the right way to play Ã„Ã® right from the start. Covers all the concepts a new drummer needs, such as Setting Up and Unpacking your new drums, The Bass Drum, The Bass Drum Pedal, Rack Tom-Toms, Floor Tom-Toms, The Snare Drum, The Hi-Hat, The Power Square, Cymbals and Stands, The final Tune-Up, Start Playing! Also covers how to choose, hold and use your sticks, How to control your pedals, a Basic Coordination lesson, Three grooves you can play right now!, Four cool drum fills, Three playalong songs you can jam with, Tips on your next steps, and Tommy playing along to a tune.