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12 Concerti Grossi, Op.6, No.8 - Concerto In G Minor
  • 12 Concerti Grossi, Op.6, No.8 - Concerto In G Minor
  • Pieter-Jan Belder, Musica Amphion
  • Corelli : Complete Works
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12 Concerti Grossi, Op. 6, No. 8 : Concerto In G Minor - “Fatto Per La Notte Di Natale” ( Made For Christmas Night - The Christmas Concerto )

IV. Adagio-Allegro-Adagio

V. Vivace

By Composer Arcangelo Corelli

Performed By Conductor Pieter-Jan Belder And The Musica Amphion

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✿ ———— beauty and the beast sentence starters.

’ How can you read this? There’s no pictures! ’
’ Well, some people use their imagination… ’
’ This is the day your dreams come true. ’
’ I’m-I’m speechless. I really don’t know what to say. ’
’ Say you’ll marry me! ’
’ I just don’t deserve you! ’
’ I want to do something for him/her… but what? ’
’ No, no! It’s got to be more something more special than that! ’
’ This is yet another example of the late neoclassic Baroque period. ’
’ If I didn’t know better, I’d think you had feelings for this monster. ’
’ I thought I told you to come down to dinner! ’
’ I’m not hungry! ’
’ You’ll come out, or I’ll-I’ll-I’ll break down the door! ’
’ Will you come down to dinner? ’
’ It would give me great pleasure… ’
’ We say please. ’
’ You can’t stay in there forever! ’
’ Fine! Then go ahead and starve! ’
’ Oh dear. That didn’t go very well at all, did it? ’
’ If she/he doesn’t eat with me, then she/he doesn’t eat at all! ’
’ Who said anything about the castle being enchanted? ’
’ It was you, wasn’t it? ’
’ Oh, you look so… so… ’
’ Not quite the word I was looking for, but perhaps a - little more off the top. ’
’ Maybe some other time… ’
’ _______, you are positively primeval! ’
’ Why did you come here? ’
’ Do you realize what you could have done? ’
’ I didn’t mean any harm. ’
’ Please… stop… ’
’ Who’s there? Who are you? ’
’ I’ve come for my father. Please, let him out! Can’t you see, he’s sick? ’
’ Please, I’ll do anything! ’
’ Oh, there must be some way I can… ’
’ Then he/she shouldn’t have trespassed here! ’
’ The master of this castle… ’
’ Wait! Take me instead. ’
’ You don’t know what you’re doing! ’
’ Yes. But… you must promise to stay here forever! ’
’ Come into the light… ’
’ You have my word… ’
’ For who could ever learn to love a beast? ’
’ Do I still have to sleep in the cupboard? ’
’ That’s not a request! ’
’ I’ve been burnt by you before! ’
’ I’m afraid I’ve been thinking… ’
’ If you’d hold still, it wouldn’t hurt as much! ’
’ Well, if you hadn’t have run away, this wouldn’t have happened! ’
’ If you hadn’t frightened me, I wouldn’t have run away! ’
’ Well you shouldn’t have been in the west wing! ’
’ Well, you should learn to control your temper! ’
’ Now, hold still. This might sting a little. ’
’ By the way, thank you… for saving my life. ’
’ Couldn’t keep quiet, could we? ’
’ Just had to invite him/her to stay, didn’t we? ’
’ I was trying to be hospitable. ’
’ I want adventure in the great wide somewhere. ’
’ I want so much more than they’ve got planned… ’
’ Well, Your Highness, I must say everything is going just swimmingly. ’
’ I knew you had it in you, ha ha! ’
’ You what? How could you do that? ’
’ I use antlers in all of my decorating! ’
’ I-I-I was lost in the woods, and-and… ’
’ Please, I meant no harm. I-I just need a place to stay. ’
’ What’re you staring at? ’
’ I’ll give you a place to stay. ’
’ No, no! Please! Don’t, no! ’
’ I’d like to thank you all for coming to my wedding. ’
’ Sir, close that at once! Do you mind? ’
’ It is with deepest pride and greatest pleasure that we welcome you tonight. ’
’ Oh, must help her/him to see past all that. ’
’ Well, you can start by making yourself more presentable. ’
’ Oh, it’s no use. ’
’ I don’t know how. ’
’ Come, come, show me the smile. ’
’ There’s a stranger here! ’
’ Pardon me, Master… ’
’ Leave me in peace. ’
’ It doesn’t matter now. Just let them come. ’
’ I’ll show you to your room. ’
’ Do you wanna stay in the tower? ’
’ You must control your temper! ’
’ Of course I came back. I couldn’t let them… oh, this is all my fault! ’
’ You… you came back. ’
’ If only I had gotten here sooner. ’
’ Maybe… maybe… it’s better… it’s better this way. ’
’ Don’t talk like that! You’ll be alright. ’
’ We’re together now; everything’s going to be fine, you’ll see… ’
’ And at least… at least I got to see you… one last time. ’
’ Please. Please… Please don’t leave me. ’
’ Well, perhaps there’s something there that wasn’t there before. ’
’ There may be something there that wasn’t there before. ’
’ Shh. I’ll tell you when you’re older. ’
’ I’ll not have you making up such wild stories. ’
’ Let me go! Let me go, please! Don’t hurt me! I’ll do anything! Anything! ’
’ I’m… I’m about ready to give up on this hunk of junk. ’
’ This castle is your home now, so you can go anywhere you like, except the West Wing. ’
’ I mean it this time! I’ll never get this boneheaded contraption to work! ’
’ Well, what are we waiting for? ’
’ I’ll have this thing fixed in no time! ’
’ You really believe that? ’
’ Be our guest. ’
’ Is it dangerous? ’
’ Oh no, he’d/she’d never hurt anyone. ’
’ Hmmm. Could you read it again? ’
’ Why don’t you read it to me? ’
’ You mean, you never learned? ’
’ I learned… a little. It’s just been… so long. ’
’ Well, here, I’ll help you. ’
’ What would you say if you and I took a walk over to the tavern and took a look at my trophies? ’
Concerto No.2 "L'estate" In Sol Minore, RV 315
  • Concerto No.2 "L'estate" In Sol Minore, RV 315
  • Giuliano Carmignola : Sonatori de la Gioiosa Marca
  • Vivaldi : Le Quattro Stagioni
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Concerto No.2 “ Summer ” In G Minor, RV 315 For Violin, Strings and Continuo - (Italian) Concerto No.2 “L'estate” In Sol Minore, RV 315 Per Violino, Archi e Basso Continuo 

I. Allegro non Molto
II. Adagio
III. Presto (Tempo Impetuoso d'Estate)

By Composer Antonio Lucio Vivaldi

Performed By Giuliano Carmignola (Baroque Violin) And The Sonatori de la Gioiosa Marca

The Signs As Music Periods

BAROQUE (1600 - 1750) : Capricorn, Virgo, Scorpio

CLASSICAL (1750 - 1830) : Cancer, Taurus, Aries

ROMANTIC (1830 - 1900) : Leo, Pisces, Libra

CONTEMPORARY (1900 - Now) : Aquarius, Sagittarius, Gemini

I listened to standard popular radio — Casey Casem and American Top 40, circa 1987: Prince, Peter Cetera, Cyndi Lauper, Tiffanny. At music school, I started listening to Dvorak and Stravinksy and Shoenberg. I have more Baroque records than anything else. I have a few incredible recordings of Glen Gould, who was notorious for humming while he played. I have a delightful recording of Teleman Suites performed by the Freiburg Baroque Orchestra, in period instruments. I’ve leaned, more recently, to appear informed and cultivated: I display records by John Fahey (whom I find tedious and uninspired) and Autechre (which bores me to death). I make mix tapes of Tom Verlaine or Nels Cline to impress friends on road trips. But when I am alone in my room — with a bag of pistachios or a bottle of 7-Up — I pull off my socks and put in the old favorites: Purple Rain, Pat Benetar, anything by The Bangles. I’m sorry, but that’s what it comes down to.
—  Sufjan Stevens discussing his musical influences in a 2006 interview