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Opis - Pierwsze na świecie świadectwo ofiary zbrodni honorowej. Miała siedemnaście lat i zakochała się: zhańbiła rodzinę. Więc rodzina wydała na nią wyrok śmierci... Pokochała go pierwszą miłością. Myślała, że się z nią ożeni. Ale ukochany zniknął, a ona odkryła, że jest w ciąży. A w jej świecie to najcięższa zbrodnia... W zapomnianej przez Boga wiosce w Cisjordanii kobiety są warte mniej niż zwierzęta domowe. Tu mężczyzna jest panem życia i śmierci żony, córki, siostry. Brat może bezkarnie zabić siostrę, matka - córkę, kolejną bezużyteczną dziewczynkę, jaka się urodzi. Tu kobiecie odbiera się godność, a nawet życie zgodnie z odwiecznym obyczajem i uświęconą tradycją. A śmierć jest karą dla dziewczyny, która zhańbi rodzinę. Tak jak Souad. Wyrok wydaje jej ojciec. Szwagier dokonuje egzekucji. Oblewa Souad benzyną i podpala... SOUAD przeżyła - cudem, ale rodzina usiłowała zabić ją nawet w szpitalu. Na zawsze jednak pozostanie straszliwie okaleczona - na ciele i duszy. I wciąż musi się ukrywać; dopóki żyje, jej rodzinę okrywa hańba. Spalona żywcem, opublikowana pod pseudonimem szokująca opowieść o piekle, jakim było jej dzieciństwo i młodość, stała się międzynarodowym bestsellerem. Wydana w 37 w krajach książka przerywa tabu milczenia wobec istniejącej nadal w krajach muzułmańskich barbarzyńskiej tradycji. Nieludzkiego obyczaju, prawa mężczyzn, na mocy którego co najmniej pięć tysięcy kobiet pada co roku ofiarą zbrodni honorowej. Nazwa - Spalona Żywcem Wyd. Kieszonkowe Autor - Souad Oprawa - Miękka Wydawca - Amber Kod ISBN - 9788324159406 Kod EAN - 9788324159406 Wydanie - 1 Rok wydania - 2016 Tłumacz - 31182,maria rostworowska; Format - 110 x 175 x 14 Ilość stron - 224 Podatek VAT - 5% Premiera - 2016-06-23
Woman of Two Worlds Maryland Historical Society
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Alexandra Deutsch literally "unpacksż Elizabeth Patterson Bonaparte's personal belongings in this intuitively sophisticated material culture biography of the woman whose seductive beauty and tragic marriage repeatedly pulls us back for another look and, ideally, a deeper understanding of the person behind the celebrity. In addition to letters and portraits, Deutsch found bits of the story in previously overlooked objects in the vast Bonaparte family collections. Long overlooked textile scraps, for example, tell rich stories of forgiveness gifts from Jerome to Elizabeth. A lone red account book contains a record of her finances, yet turned 180 degrees reads like a journal, providing "some of the most powerful evidence of Elizabeth's internal strugglesż during the French trial over her son's legitimacy. The volume is likely one of the five in which she recorded a "skeletonż of a memoir. Deutsch pays equal attention to the lives of Elizabeth's son Jerome Napoleon Bonaparte, "Bo,ż and grandsons Jerome Jr. and Charles, deftly exploring how the members of these next generations defined and perpetuated their royal heritage through material possessions. This work truly expands Elizabeth Patterson Bonaparte's story beyond the "mésallianceż with Napoleon's younger brother and reveals the complex life of a romantic and rebellious young woman whose deep hurt drove her to the courts of Europe and who ultimately found comfort and satisfaction in her hard-won financial independence. In this well-balanced and exceptionally sensitive work, Elizabeth Patterson Bonaparte finally breathes.
One Million Lovely Letters Hodder & Stoughton
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In the summer of 2011, aged only 22, Jodi Ann Bickley contracted a serious brain infection that would change her life forever. Jodi had been performing at Camp Bestival on the Isle of Wight. Returning with pockets full of glitter, and her favourite bands' songs still playing in her head, She thought the happy memories would last forever. A week later, writhing in pain on the doctor's surgery floor and unable to put the pain she was suffering into words, Jodi found out that she had been bitten by a tick and contracted a serious brain infection. Learning to write and walk again was just the start of the battle. In the months that followed Jodi struggled with the ups and downs of her health and the impact it had on her loved ones. Some days the illness was too much for Jodi to bear and she found herself wondering whether she could go on. She had two choices: either to give up now or to do something meaningful with the time she had been given. Jodi chose the latter. This is the story how she turned her life around, and in doing so, touched the lives of millions. ONE MILLION LOVELY LETTERS is one woman's inspirational journey to recovery, and is a witty and uplifting testament to the power of words to heal heart and mind. www.onemillionlovelyletters.com http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QXxglvEMUQc
Consolations of Philosophy Penguin
Alain de Botton, best-selling author of How Proust can Change Your Life, has set six of the finest minds in the history of philosophy to work on the problems of everyday life. Here then are Socrates, Epicurus, Seneca, Montaigne, Schopenhauer and Nietzsche on some of the things that bother us all; lack of money, the pain of love, inadequacy, anxiety, the fear of failure and the pressure to conform.
Pacific War films (Film Guide) Books LLC, Reference Series
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Source: Wikipedia. Commentary (films not included). Pages: 78. Chapters: The Bridge on the River Kwai, The Thin Red Line, Empire of the Sun, Australia, The Pacific, Letters from Iwo Jima, Fires on the Plain, 1941, The Gallant Hours, Grave of the Fireflies, Merrill's Marauders, Merry Christmas, Mr. Lawrence, Never So Few, Too Late the Hero, South Pacific, Kokoda, Between Heaven and Hell, The Burmese Harp, Flying Tigers, Windtalkers, PT 109, Flying Leathernecks, The Proud and Profane, Heaven Knows, Mr. Allison, Objective, Burma!, Halls of Montezuma, The Great Raid, Ambush Bay, The Long and the Short and the Tall, Attack Force Z, American Guerrilla in the Philippines, Pride of the Marines, None But the Brave, Cry 'Havoc', Father Goose, Home of the Brave, King Rat, The Hill, Away All Boats, So Proudly We Hail!, South Sea Woman, The Girls of Pleasure Island, The Purple Heart, The Naked and the Dead, Sunset at Chaophraya, Leftenan Adnan, Beachhead, The Camp on Blood Island, To End All Wars, Three Came Home, Operation Bikini, Hell in the Pacific, Paradise Road, Junior G-Men of the Air, Beach Red, Battle Cry, Blood Oath, Shima, MacArthur, Paloh, Francis, Seven Women from Hell, Once Before I Die, When Taekwondo Strikes, Guadalcanal Diary, Hell to Eternity, China Girl, Women of Valor, Malaya, Back Door to Hell, Corregidor, Salute to the Marines, Thai Thief, No Man Is an Island, The Mountain Road, The Horizontal Lieutenant, Hong Kong 1941, Monkey on My Back, The Steel Claw, Saturday Island, First to Fight, Cry of Battle, The Extraordinary Seaman, The Deep Six. Excerpt: The Thin Red Line is a 1998 American war film which tells a fictional story of United States forces during the Battle of Guadalcanal in World War II. It portrays men in C Company, and in particular, those soldiers played by Jim Caviezel, Nick Nolte, and Ben Chaplin. The film marked director Terrence Malick's return to filmmaking after a 20-year absence. He wrote the screenplay based on the novel by James Jones. It features a large ensemble cast, including performances and cameos by notable actors, including Sean Penn, Adrien Brody, George Clooney, John Cusack, Jared Leto, and John Travolta. Reportedly, the first assembled cut took seven months to edit and ran five hours. By the final cut, all footage of the performances by Billy Bob Thornton, Martin Sheen, Gary Oldman, Bill Pullman, Lukas Haas, Jason Patric, Viggo Mortensen and Mickey Rourke had been removed. The film was scored by Hans Zimmer, with additional music from John Powell and shot by John Toll. While not successful at the North American box office, the film was popular elsewhere, grossing $98 million against its $52 million budget. Critical response was generally strong and the film was nominated for seven Academy Awards: Best Picture, Best Director, Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Cinematography, Best Film Editing, Best Original Score and Best in Sound Mixing. It won the top prize Golden Bear at the 1999 Berlin International Film Festival. Martin Scorsese ranked it as his second favorite film of the 1990s on At the Movies. Gene Siskel called it "the greatest contemporary war film I've seen." When the film opens, U.S. Army Private Witt (Jim Caviezel), is AWOL from his unit and living with Melanesian natives in the South Pacific. He is found and imprisoned on a troop carrier by his company First Sergeant, Welsh (Sean Penn). In Welsh's conversation with Witt, it is clear that the private is unenthusiastic abo...
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From Nazi Test Pilot to Hitler's Bunker Greenwood Press
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This is the amazing story of Hanna Reitsch, one of the most celebrated women of the Third Reich. As a decorated test pilot for the Luftwaffe and a protege of Hitler, Reitsch was one of a handful of women who achieved personal success by breaking from the traditionally defined role of wife and mother in Nazi Germany. Reitsch's skills and accomplishments ultimately earned her an Iron Cross and celebrity status. A witness to the last days of the Third Reich, Reitsch visited Hitler's Berlin bunker where she received orders to deliver letters designed to rally the Luftwaffe. She left on this futile mission only minutes before Hitler's marriage to Eva Braun. This is the amazing story of Hanna Reitsch, a woman who excelled in an environment that for most was extremely repressive-Germany before and during World War II. She achieved personal success when she escaped the culturally defined role of wife and mother in Nazi Germany to live her passion for flying. Reitsch began her career flying gliders, setting both distance and endurance records in the 1930s. As the war approached she became a test pilot for new and dangerous aircraft for the Luftwaffe. The aircraft she flew included a large number of gliders and military aircraft, including Focke-Achgelis FW 61 Hubschrauber (the first practical helicopter), the jet-powered piloted version of the V-1 buzz bomb, and the rocket-powered Messerschmitt 163. Her achievements as a test pilot made her a celebrity in Nazi Germany and earned her an Iron Cross and the friendship of Hitler. As a friend of the Fuehrer, she became an eyewitness to the fall of the Third Reich. In the final days of World War II, she flew with her friend and lover, Luftwaffe General Robert Ritter von Greim-to join Hitler in his bunker. Minutes before Hitler was to marry Eva Braun, Reitsch and von Greim-on Hitler's orders-flew from Berlin to Rechlin in a desperate attempt to rally the Luftwaffe and save the Reich. After the war, Reitsch was interviewed as a potential witness for the Nuremberg War Crimes Trials. Her interviewer stated that [Hanna's] account of the flight into Berlin to report to Hitler and of her stay in the Fuehrer's bunker is probably as accurate a one as will be obtained of those last days. It has remained so for half a century. This book also recounts a vivid and remarkable encounter in a cemetery in Kitzbuehel, Austria, in June of 1945, between Leni Riefenstahl, the filmmaker, perhaps the only other woman to be so successful in the Third Reich, and Hanna Reitsch. During this chance encounter, Hanna shows the letters of Josef and Magda Goebbels to Riefenstahl and the reader shares their shocking contents. Hanna Reitsch found in the Nazi establishment opportunities and rewards for her achievements. Consorting with the devil paid well; yet, in the end, she was called on to pay back more than she had received. Her story shows how hard it is for a woman to excel in a repressive society, and how that success can lead to defeat and misery.
Nazis and Nudists Lightning Source UK Ltd
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Like many baby boomers, David Haldane got swept into the turbulence of the late 1960s and early '70s, first as a radical activist and then a writer for an underground newspaper. Eventually, after self-imposed exiles in Europe and Mexico, he married, started a family and graduated to a significant position in mainstream journalism from which he chronicled many of the events that shaped an era. But Haldane always longed for something more, a "green leafy space" in which he could feel at peace. Finally, after a painful divorce, he found it in an unconventional way; with a dark-haired woman met on the Internet and wooed on the exotic islands of the Philippines. Nazis and Nudists is a series of poignant - and sometimes humorous - essays recounting that long journey. It is a story of love lost and love found. More importantly, it is about the lifelong spiritual quest for a place to call home.
Songs from films (Film Guide) Books LLC, Reference Series
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Source: Wikipedia. Commentary (films not included). Pages: 191. Chapters: Crazy in Love, The Climb, I Will Always Love You, Work It Out, Check on It, This Is It, These Boots Are Made for Walkin', Milkshake, Lady Marmalade, Alice, Ghostbusters, I Love Rock 'n' Roll, Gangsta's Paradise, New Divide, 1 Thing, Boys, You Can't Win, Eye of the Tiger, Kissing You, We Dance On, Word Up!, The Shoop Shoop Song, New in Town, What I've Done, Low, I'm Not a Girl, Not Yet a Woman, All Is Love, Wicked Game, Summertime, Independent Women, Get Up, L'Histoire d'une fée, c'est..., Ballad of Easy Rider, Fighting Temptation, The Best Things in Life Are Free, I'm Coming Out, Aaromale, Doesn't Really Matter, I Turn to You, Beautiful Stranger, Possibility, When the Rain Begins to Fall, Keep Holding On, Gake no Ue no Ponyo, Car Wash, Again, Kiss with a Fist, Stop!, Evan Di Unna Pethan, Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now, Here Comes the Hotstepper, Loverboy, I See You, You Could Be Mine, If I Rise, I Am Not My Hair, How Can You Mend a Broken Heart, Are You That Somebody?, Shy Guy, Baila morena, Gonna Fly Now, Would?, What You Know, People Are Strange, Man of the Hour, Hosanna, Conquest of Paradise, A Heart Is a House for Love, The Power of Love, A Dream Is a Wish Your Heart Makes, Just a Gigolo, Burning Heart, State of Love and Trust, Pure Shores, Goodbye Horses, I Will Not Bow, Boogie 2nite, Twenty Flight Rock, How Come U Don't Call Me Anymore?, Theme from Mahogany, Why, I'm Good, I'm Gone, Isle of Innisfree, A Walking Song, Rainbow Connection, When You Wish upon a Star, We Don't Need Another Hero, Super Duper Love, If I Never Knew You, Virtual Diva, T'en va pas, End Credits, No Ordinary Love, As Time Goes By, Le Casse de Brice, Tambourine, That Thing You Do, Swallowtail Butterfly, Last Night a D.J. Saved My Life, Deep Cover, Willow's Song, Seasons of Love, The Heart of the Matter, Hé, biloute ! Monte l'son ! Hein !, Piya Tu Ab To Aaja, Someone's Watching Over Me, Guaranteed, Le Frunkp, Don't Stop, Signs, Flash, Ease on Down the Road, The Party's Just Begun, It's So Hard to Say Goodbye to Yesterday, I Love You, China, Glory of Love, Masakali, Living Doll, Kilimanjaro, Girl, You'll Be a Woman Soon, Breath, Reflection, Never Too Far, Get on the Bus, Irresistible, What the Hell Have I, Ching-a-Ling, The Crying Game, Let It Flow, Alive, Sleeping Awake, Love Shoulda Brought You Home, Shape of Things to Come, Es Tut Wieder Weh, The Third Man Theme, Your Lucky Day in Hell, Take the Lead, Theme to St. Trinian's, (Where Do I Begin?) Love Story, Springtime for Hitler, Gondola no Uta, Not Gon' Cry, Baby I Love U!, The 3:10 to Yuma, Save Me, Believe, Fallen, Love Will Turn You Around, Ave Satani, If You Want to Sing Out, Sing Out, Tom, Dick or Harry, Come What May, I Don't Wanna Fight, If You Leave, From Zero to Hero, Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo, Catch Me, Strut, Dueling Banjos, Arima Arima, Kadhal Anukkal, A Brand New Day, Amado Mio, Your Love Is King, You Belong to Me, In Heaven, Poovukkul, Real Cool World, Give U My Heart, Faith of the Heart, Bounce with Me, I Finally Found Someone, While Your Lips Are Still Red, Tere Bina, My Foolish Heart, Conteo, Irumbile Oru Irudhaiyam, Heavy in Your Arms, Yeah Ya Know, Only the Young, Najane Kyun, Shake Your Pom Pom, You're Sixteen, Cry Little Sister, Prisoners of Love, Love Letters, Separate Lives, Thuli Thuli, Could I Have This Dance, Let's Do It Again, Ma Nouvelle-France, Georgy Girl, Stutter, Pillow Talk, Eight Arms to Hold You, Step Up, Vindi...
Unknown Night Grove Press / Atlantic Monthly Press
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On February 22, 1916, Ralph Albert Blakelock's haunting landscape, Brook by Moonlight, was sold at auction for $20,000, a record price for a painting by a living American artist. The sale made him famous, newspapers called him America's greatest artist, and thousands flocked to exhibits of his work. Yet at the time of his triumph Blakelock had spent 15 years confined in a psychiatric hospital in upstate New York and his wife and children were living in poverty. Released from the asylum by a young philanthropist, Blakelock was about to become the victim of one of the most heartless con games of the century. This remarkable biography chronicles the life, times and madness of one of America's most celebrated and exploited painters whose brooding, hallucinogenic landscapes anticipated Abstract Expressionism by more than half a century. Like the best biographies, The Unknown Night brings to life a vanished world, as well. In this case, it's late 19th and early 20th century New York--a city of artists' studios and spiritualists' salons, shantytowns and millionaires' mansions. Blakelock was a mystic who as a young man wandered among the Indians out West, and on his return frequented the spiritualist circles in New York City. Though he was regarded as a loner, he worked among the great painters of his time, artists like William Merritt Chase and George Inness. Blakelock initially painted in the Romantic style of the Hudson River School, but by the 1880s, his brooding, hallucinogenic landscapes were considered among the most controversial, radical paintings of the era. In the 1890s he fell on hard times and sometimes played the piano on the vaudeville circuit to earn extra cash. He suffered his first mental break down in 1891. After a period of remission he became violent and was institutionalized in 1899 just as his reputation was beginning to soar. Interest in his work peaked in 1916 when a wave of Blakelock hysteria swept America. Crowds lined up to see Blakelock exhibitions in New York, Chicago and San Francisco. Wealthy collectors bid record prices for his haunting paintings. Blakelock was released from the asylum and seemed destined for a glorious and comfortable end. Instead, fed upon by opportunistic dealers and forgers, Blakelock became entangled in a web of deceit spun by the very woman who was supposed to be his savior. Vincent begins his story in the spring of 1916 when Blakelock's canvas, The Brook by Moonlight, was auctioned at the Plaza Hotel in New York for $20,000 - a record price at that time for the work of a living American painter. It was Blakelock's second record in three years. Newspaper reporters converged on the painter and art pundits tripped over each other in doling out praise for his mysterious nocturnal landscapes. "Few American artists deserve a higher niche in the Temple of Fame," drooled the pioneering art dealer, William Macbeth. Some were calling Blakelock the greatest American landscape painter ever. At the time, Blakelock was penniless, a resident of an asylum in Middletown, New York. His wife, Cora Bailey Blakelock was living in poverty with their youngest children in a small house in the Catskills. Blakelock may well have remained locked away if it had not been for the efforts of Mrs. Van Rensselaer Adams, a 32-year-old vamp with a shady past. Adams passed herself off as a philanthropist, "rescued" Blakelock from the asylum, and brought him to New York City to generate public sympathy for the artist and his family. She had arranged a large show of his paintings at the Reinhardt Gallery on Fifth Avenue. It was a huge success attracting all the major critics and large crowds throughout its run over seven months. A committee of venerable art personages was formed to collect the proceeds from Blakelock's work to be passed on to his wife and children. Blakelock, all dressed up for the Gallery opening, cut a dashing figure. His wife, though, was nowhere to be seen. Adams had, as she would do again at crucial junctures, cut her out. The resulting newspaper feeding frenzy - an early instance of celebrity journalism and scandal mongering -- climaxed several months later with banner headlines about a hazy plot to assassinate the painter. In order to better accommodate Romantic accounts, Blakelock's early career has long been misconstrued as a fruitless endeavor. His experimental work, many claimed, met only with scorn, derision and neglect. How Blakelock came to be considered one of the top three painters in the country by 1900 was never explained. In fact, the author discovered that Blakelock had attracted favorable attention in the press as early as 1879. While it was true that Blakelock and Albert Pinkham Ryder, with whom he was constantly associated, were subjected to ridicule by some critics, the controversy that surrounded them, also enshrined them. Many progressive critics championed Blakelock and Ryder's expressive, quasi-abstract landscapes, which were redefininnnnnng the boundaries of American art. By 1886, Blakelock's moonlight paintings were attracting rave reviews. Blakelock was an eccentric, often subject to violent mood swings and later extended bouts of paranoia. He was eventually diagnosed with dementia praecox - now called schizophrenia. The line between manic depression, bipolar disorders and various subtypes of schizophrenia, however, is blurry and lately has become the subject of debate. Most likely, Blakelock was suffering from what is called late-onset schizophrenia. He was 43 when he had his first psychotic episode, slashing his paintings, burning large amounts of money and threatening his family. He soon recovered and went back to his studio painting many of his most significant and mysterious paintings. Recently found letters indicate that he was lucid until the death of his father in 1897. Thereafter, his mental state disintegrated. The family was desperately poor. Blakelock, his long hair beaded like an Indian, a dagger in his waistband, took to the streets to sell his paintings. He became increasingly deluded, believing his paintings were worth millions and that he was related to royalty. It was two years later that Blakelock was once again sent away, this time remaining in an asylum until 1916. Blakelock has been described as a Romantic, a visionary, an outsider and an eccentric Hudson River School artist. His work, which contains both classic and modern elements, defies definition. Yet he is universally acknowledged to be one of the most original, innovative American artists of the nineteenth century - way ahead of his time. Reviewing a Blakelock exhibition in 1942, the influential critic Edward Alden Jewell called Blakelock "one of the greatest artists America has produced." Five years later, on the occasion of Blakelock's retrospective at the Whitney Museum of American Art, Robert Coates, critic for the New Yorker, described Blakelock as one of the "strongest individualists" in American art putting him on a level with Homer, Eakins and Ryder. This was at a time when Abstract Expressionists like Jackson Pollock and Franz Kline were looking to Blakelock and Ryder for inspiration. Today Blakelock's paintings continue to hang in virtually every major American museum. In May of 2000, Blakelock's early masterpiece, Indian Encampment on The Snake River eclipsed every other American painter in a Sotheby's auction, fetching $3.5 million. Blakelock, it appears, refuses to be forgotten.
Now You See Me Grand Central Publishing
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On April 19, 1995, Kathy Sanders' life was changed forever when a bomb exploded and destroyed the Alfred P. Murrah building in Oklahoma City, killing her two grandsons Chase and Colton. For months, Kathy struggled with coping and wondered if the God she'd worshipped all her life even existed. After battling bitterness and contemplating suicide, she turned to the Lord and asked what He'd have her do. The answer was clear: Forgive your enemies. Thus Kathy forged a friendship with Terry Nichols, one of the men convicted in the bombing, via phone conversations, letters, and even face-to-face meetings. She also began searching for answers about what happened that fateful day in April and found opportunities to cultivate relationships with Nichols' children, mother, sister, wife, and ex-wife in separate turns. She demonstrated the same type of warmth to family members of Timothy McVeigh, the second man convicted of orchestrating the bombing. Her courageous efforts of extending compassion and grace gave her peace and removed the bitterness from her life. With photos, interviews, and actual letters exchanged between Kathy and Terry Nichols, NOW YOU SEE ME tells the story of one woman who walked the road less traveled and forgave the unforgivable
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1. Save My Soul 2. With Your Love 3. Leroy 4. No One Will Ever Know 5. Geraldine 6. I Can't Help It 7. Indiana Waltz 8. Midgie 9. My True Love 10. The Way I Walk 11. I'm Dreaming Of You 12. Goodbye Baby 13. My Heart Would Know 14. Your Cheatin' Heart 15. I Could Never Be Ashamed Of You 16. Cold, Cold Heart 17. You Win Again 18. Half As Much 101. They'll Never Take Her Love From Me 102. Crazy Heart 103. I'm Sorry For You My Friend 104. Take These Chains From My Heart 105. I Can't Escape From You 106. May You Never Be Alone 107. What In The World's Come Over You 108. Oh, Little One 109. Am I The One 110. I'm Satisfied With You 111. My King 112. It's My Way Of Loving You 113. Burning Bridges 114. Baby, Baby 115. So Used To Loving You 116. Cruel World 117. Good Deal Lucille 118. Window Shopping 201. When The Saints Go Marching In 202. Swing Low, Sweet Chariot 203. Ezekiel Saw The Wheel 204. Joshua Fit The Battle Of Jericho 205. Little David Play On Your Harp 206. Roll Jordan Roll 207. Down By The Riverside 208. Old Time Religion 209. The Gospel Train 210. I Wanna Be Ready 211. Just A Closer Walk With Thee 212. He'll Understand And Say Well Done 213. Cool Water 214. It Only Happened Yesterday 215. Patsy 216. Found A Woman 217. Is There Something On Your Mind 218. Now That I 219. A Little Feeling (Called Love) 220. Strange Desire 221. My Dream Come True 301. What Am I Living For 302. Go Wild Little Sadie 303. Baby Marie 304. Bella 305. I Never Felt Like This 306. There Comes A Time 307. Baby She's Gone 308. You Can Bet Your Bottom Dollar 309. I Need Your Love 310. Tow Timin' Woman 311. One Of These Days 312. Steps One And Two 313. Grizzly Bear 314. Cry Cry Cry 315. You Only See What You Wanna See 316. The Part Where I Cried 317. Sad Story 318. I Can't Hold Your Letters (In My Arms) 319. If Only 320. Green Green Valley
M. Szymanowska - Ballades & Romances Acte Prealable
Utwory: 1. Romance De La Reine Hortense 2. Le Depart 3. Complainte D'un Aveugle Qui Demandait L'aumone Au Jardin Du Roi A Paris 4. Romance A Josephine 5. Peine Et Plaisir 6. Romance Du Saule 7. Ballade 8. Romance A La Nuit 9. Le Connais-tu 10. Se Spiegar Potessi 11. Romance Du Prince Galitzine 12. Casimir Le Grand 13. Hedwige, Reine Polonaise (1374-1399) 14. Jean Albert, Roi De Pologne (1459-1565) 15. Histoire Du Prince Michael Gliński (1470-1534) 16. Stefan Czarniecki (1599-1665) 17. Chant De La Vilia 18. Chant De La Tour 19. Alpuhara, Ballade 20. Ondine De Świteź 21. Cantilene A Deux Voix When Choosing Which Of Maria Szymanowska's Songs To Include On This Disc, The Guiding Light Was The Wish To Show Their Diversity. While Remaining Attached To Some Singing Practices Of The Period, The Composer And Woman Of Letters Started To Seek A New Musical Language, Linked More To Text Content And The Style Of Expression Used: Lyrical, Oratory, Ironic, Libertine And So Forth. Some Of Them Were Composed After Receiving A Commission, Notably The Five Historical Polish Songs By Niemcewicz, Three Of Which Found Their Way Into The Famous Collection Published For The First Time In 1816. Others Were Born In The Fever Of Improvisations, Which The Writers And Performers Of The Period Liked To Indulge In At Artistic Salons. The Ballads In Polish Contain A Large Number Of Verses. They Are Abridged On This Disc In Order Not To Tire The Modern Listener, While Conserving The Essence Of The Story Being Told. The Evident Understanding Between Szymanowska And Mickiewicz, A Close Friend, And Future Husband Of Her Daughter Celina, Gave Polish Culture A Few Rare Jewels. Szymanowska's Repertoire For Voice And Piano Possesses The Same Qualities As That For Piano Solo: Its Richness And Modernity Is Only Revealed Through The Creativity Of The Performer.
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