Soprano Saori Nakazawa, accompanied by Diana Wright on piano, perform Vedrai Carino from Mozart’s Don Giovanni opera, in their Songs for Japan 2 concert in St George’s Church, Bloomsbury, London on 11 November 2012. The charity concert was to raise funds for sustainable recovery projects in areas of Japan affected by the 2011 great East Japan earthquake and tsunami.+ More details
Roy Bailey sings Utah Phillips song "I Remember Loving You" with an audience in fine voice at the Cellar Upstairs Folk Club in the Exmouth Arms pub, London.+ More details
For 55 years, Roy Bailey has been one of the UK Folk & Acoustic scene’s most loved and admired performers. From his early days performing skiffle in student union bars, to his love of traditional songs and the stories they tell, onto developing a unique repertoire of songs of dissent and hope, he has performed on stages, TV and radio all over the world. In 2000 he was awarded an MBE for Services to Folk Music – an Award he later returned in protest at the Government’s Foreign Policy. In the 1970’s Roy joined forces with Tony Benn to present their show 'The Writing on the Wall' for which the duo won Best Live Act at BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards in 2003. Now after 55 years as a performer, Roy is as compelling, entertaining, thought provoking and moving as ever before. Still performing and touring in his 77th year, here is part of Roy’s set at the Cellar Upstairs Folk Club in the Exmouth Arms, London on 12 May 2012. It was a magical evening with enthusiastic audience participation. Four songs in order: Go To Work On Monday; Song For David; Sit Down; I Remember Loving You. More about Roy Bailey at: http://roybailey.net/+ More details
Saori Nakazawa's concert to raise funds to sustain recovery projects in areas of Japan affected by the 2011 earthquake one year after the great East Japan earthquake. The concert was held in St George's Church, Bloomsbury, London. In this clip, Saori Nakazawa sings Mein Herr Marquis from Die Fledermaus by Johann Strauss. All donations from the concert go to Project Next in Iwate prefecture, Japan. More information at: project-next.com/projectNext/English.html+ More details
Saori Nakazawa's concert to raise funds to sustain recovery projects in areas of Japan affected by the 2011 earthquake one year after the great East Japan earthquake. The concert was held in St George's Church, Bloomsbury, London. In this clip, Saori Nakazawa sings Hatsukoi (First Love) accompanied by Max Pappenheim on piano. The song is about pain and nostalgic memories of first love. It's from a poem by Takuboku Ishikawa, who was the most noted poet from Iwate prefecture, set to music by Tatsunosuke Koshitani. All donations from the concert go to Project Next in Iwate prefecture, Japan. More information at: http://www.project-next.com/projectNext/English.html+ More details
Made this short from a bunch of footage I shot with the GH2 and a Canon FD 200 F4 last week. (a few shots with the Canon FD 20/2.8) What a lovely lens for 'wildlife videography': no one notices you filming them! Very smooth focus ring so very little jitters when adjusting focus while shooting. Aperture ring -on the other hand- is a real pain. See if I can do something about that. Another great plus is that this lens is very light and it feels completely at home mounted on the small GH2 body. At 45,- this lens is an absolute bargain and a lot of fun. Music: Chopin Waltz No.7 in C sharp minor Op.64 No.2 www.imaginevideo.nl www.filmersblog.com+ More details
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