Various - Holland Festival 1967 FLAC album
Artist: V/A Album: Tallinn 1967 vol. 1 Label: Мелодия - Д 020843-4 Recorded at the International Jazz Festival, "Tallinn 1967", Kalevi Sport Hall, Tallinn.
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June 16, 1967 - June 18, 1967. Track Listing - Disc 1. Sample.
Holland is the 19th studio album by the American rock group the Beach Boys, released on January 8, 1973. Self-produced by the band, the album peaked at number 36 in the US and number 20 in the UK. The album is the second of two studio recordings to feature Blondie Chaplin and Ricky Fataar, who joined the band the previous year to record Carl and the Passions – "So Tough". It is also the third and final studio album created under the management of Jack Rieley.
Various - Holland Festival 1967 (2xLP). Various - Dutch Composers Of The Twentieth Century (6th Series) (7xBox, Album, Transcription + 7xLP, Comp, Transcri).
Holland Festival is the biggest international performing arts festival in the Netherlands. Theatre, dance, music, opera, film and visual arts. Every year in June in Amsterdam. RTmesarts: This year's Holland Festival has a focus on Africa, and asks: To whom do cultural traditions belong? Who is in, who is ou. 9 Jun 2019. Bryce Dessner talks about Triptych and his fascination with Robert Mapplethorpe.
Legend has it that Jimi Hendrix and The Who tossed a coin to see who would go on first for the closing evening. The album continued in the change of direction set out by its preceding 'Face to Face' with Ray Davies' uniquely British songwriting sensibility coming to the forefront. Small Faces - 'Small Faces' Confusingly released as 'Small Faces' in the UK and 'There Are But Four Small Faces' in the US, it was originally the US version of this album that included what are perhaps its best-known tracks in the form of 'Itchycoo Park' and 'Tin Soldier'
Title: Poster Holland Festival 1967. Poster Holland Festival 1980.
Monterey International Pop Festival. This concert took place June 16 - 18 1967 and launched the careers of Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin and Otis Redding. This is the accompanying album to Hendrix Live at Monterey the diversity of the festival comes out here from The Association to Hugh Masekela, The Byrds and an excerpt from Ravi Shankar's set.
V/a - monterey POP festival 1967. w. llman, . enson, . King, . ravitz, BIG TOWN PLAYBOYS, . ray, . anborn, Dr. John, JOOLS HOLLAND ORCHESTRA, . aughan, . uy, . ollins, . eck, . ydeco, . hapman, . harles, . aitt, CREAM, STAN WEBB'S CHICKEN SHACK (2005?, ?, NO CAT. № - RUSSIA) 3 CD насколько я понимаю этот сборник издавался только в России - 700 р.
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|A1||–Claudio Monteverdi||Gloria In Excelsis Deo
Conductor – Felix De NobelOrchestra – Netherlands Chamber Orchestra
|A2||–Hans Werner Henze||Cantata "Della Fiaba Estrema" (Second Part)
Choir – Netherlands Chamber Choir*Conductor – Felix De NobelOrchestra [Members] – The Hague Philharmonic Orchestra*Soprano Vocals – Ilse Hollweg
|B1||–Hans Werner Henze||Concerto For Oboe, Harp And String Orchestra (Finale)
Conductor – David ZinmanHarp – Ursula HolligerOboe – Heinz HolligerOrchestra – Netherlands Chamber Orchestra
|B2||–Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart||"Tu Virginum Corona" And "Allejulah" From The Motet Ëxsultate Jubilate"
Conductor – David ZinmanOrchestra – Netherlands Chamber OrchestraSoprano Vocals – Erna Spoorenberg
|B3||–Carel Brons||Epitaph For Chamber Orchestra
Conductor – Francis TravisOrchestra – Chamber Orchestra Of The Netherlands Radio Union*
|C1||–Josquin Des Prez*||Magnificat Quarti Toni (Second Part)
Choir – Netherlands Madrigal ChoirConductor – Bruno MadernaOrchestra – The Hague Philharmonic Orchestra*
|C2||–György Ligeti||'Dies Irae' (De Die Judicii) From The Requiem Mass
Choir – Oratorio Society Of GhentConductor – Bruno MadernaMezzo-soprano Vocals – Barbro EricsonOrchestra – The Hague Philharmonic Orchestra*Soprano Vocals – Liliana Poli
|D1||–Christiaan Ernst Graaf*||Quartet In D Minor, Opus 12, No. 3, For Flute, Violin, Viola And Cello
Cello – Victor BouguenonEnsemble – Pleyel Quartet*Flute – Jolle De WitViola – José StordiauViolin – Willem Noske
|D2||–Maurice Thiriet||"Tambourin" From Suite And Trio For Flute, Viola And Harp
Ensemble – Netherlands Harp EnsembleFlute – Pieter OdéHarp – Vera BadingsViola – Joke Vermeulen
|D3||–Robert Heppener||"Quartetto" For Alto Flute, Violin, Viola And Cello
Ensemble – Pleyel Quartet*
- Narrator – John Van Der Steen
- Producer – Guus Feist, Jos Wouters
NotesGatefold sleeve. Opening for LP's at blank inside.
Four halfhour programmes with highlights from the Holland Festival of the Arts 1967 are offered as a free service to radio stations outside the Netherlands.
The programmes have been recorded on two 12-inch long-playing discs - there is a stereophonic and a monophonic version - and are for broascasting only.