1. Tooty's Wedding


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    A young couple's marriage hilariously hits the rocks during a weekend wedding in the country. WINNER: Discovery Award Best Short Film (LoCo - The London Comedy Film Festival 2013) Special Jury Mention & 2nd place Audience Choice Award (Bermuda International Film Festival 2012) Best Foreign Short & Best Director Short Film (LA Comedy Festival 2011) Grand Prize Best Comedy (Rhode Island International Film Festival 2011) Jury Prize Best Short Film (Friars Club Comedy Film Festival 2011) Best Comedy (Aesthetica Short Film Festival 2011) Award of Merit (The Accolade Competition, Autumn 2011) OFFICIAL SELECTION: Future Shorts Spring Programme 2014 British Short Film Festival, Berlin 2013 This Is England, Rouen Short Film Festival (France) 2012 Indie Memphis Film Festival 2012 Vermont International Film Festival 2012 Tacoma Film Festival (Washington) 2012 Milwaukee Film Festival 2012 Martha's Vineyard International Film Festival 2012 Corto in Bra International Short Film Festival (Italy) 2012 Hill Country Film Festival (Texas) 2012 alt.pictureshow (Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego) 2012 Sundance London Film & Music Festival (London) 2012 Nashville Film Festival 2012 Horny Goat Short Film Festival (Wisconsin) 2012 Shorts Up (Bucharest, Romania) 2012 Mind Pirates (Berlin Art Collective) 2012 Atlanta Film Festival 2012 European Independent Film Festival 2012 Fargo Film Festival 2012 Portland International Film Festival 2012 Sundance Film Festival 2012 Miami Short Film Festival 2011 LA Shorts Fest 2011 Interview with the Director at Sundance London: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VzJxEIFUGDo

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    • Apocalyptica - Path


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      http://www.apocalyptica.com/en/ Apocalyptica ----------------- Apocalyptica is a Finnish cello musical group from Helsinki, Finland, formed in 1993. The band is composed of classically trained cellists Eicca Toppinen, Paavo Lötjönen, and Perttu Kivilaakso (all three of whom are graduates of the Sibelius Academy in Helsinki) and drummer Mikko Sirén. Originally a Metallica tribute band, their music borrows elements from a wide variety of genres including classical music, neo-classical metal, speed metal, alternative metal, post-grunge, hard rock, progressive metal, thrash metal and symphonic metal. They also incorporate some influences from Middle Eastern music, world music and traditional folk melodies. They have sold over four million albums to date. Genres Cello rock/metal, symphonic metal, neo-classical metal, chamber music ... http://www.apocalyptica.com/en/band/bio/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apocalyptica

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      • Epica - "The Phantom Agony"


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        No sera Hd pero esta imagen si vale la pena ver jajaja \ *¬*./ ..... http://www.epica.nl/ Epica is a Dutch symphonic metal band founded by guitarist and vocalist Mark Jansen subsequent to his departure from After Forever Epica then assembled a choir (made up of two men and four women) and a string orchestra (three violins, two violas, two cellos and an upright bass) to play along with them. Still under the name Sahara Dust, they produced a two-song demo entitled Cry for the Moon in 2002. As a result, they were signed to Transmission Records. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Epica_%28band%29#Music_videos

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        • The Feynman What?!?


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          Attempting to put the useless knowledge to the test. Finding various levels of success. Also, why "The Price is Right?" Why not, "The Cost is Correct?" Whatever.

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          • Nightwish - Nemo ... Tarja Turunen


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            http://www.nightwish.com/en/ ... \m/ Nemo is the tenth single by Finnish symphonic metal band Nightwish, the first from the album Once. The song can be heard in the ending credits of the 2005 film, The Cave and a special version of the music video was released that contained scenes from the movie. Nemo is Latin for "nobody", and it is also the name of the mysterious captain in Jules Verne's Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea. Also, nemo corresponds to the famous answer given by the Greek hero Odysseus to the Cyclops Polyphemus. In the Odyssey, when Polyphemus asks for his name, Odysseus tells him "Ουτις" a name translated as "No-man" or "Nobody" which has been used allusively by later authors, such as Jules Verne. The line in the chorus "'Nemo' my name forever more" further suggests this meaning to be the intended one. Other thematic elements from the Odyssey appears in other Nightwish songs such as "The Siren"

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            • Julia Fischer - Edvard Grieg - Piano Concerto in A menor on 16 ....... Part - 01


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              http://www.juliafischer.com/index.php/en/ "Allegro molto moderato (A minor)" Edvard Hagerup Grieg ------------------------------- (15 June 1843 – 4 September 1907) was a Norwegian composer and pianist. He is best known for his Piano Concerto in A minor, for his incidental music to Henrik Ibsen's play Peer Gynt (which includes Morning Mood and In the Hall of the Mountain King), and for his collection of piano miniatures Lyric Pieces. Biography -------------- Edvard Hagerup Grieg was born in Bergen, Norway on 15 June 1843. His parents were Alexander Grieg (1806–1875), a merchant and vice consul in Bergen, and Gesine Judithe Hagerup (1814–1875), a music teacher and daughter of Edvard Hagerup. The family name, originally spelled Greig, has Scottish origins. After the Battle of Culloden in 1746, Grieg's great-grandfather traveled widely, settling in Norway about 1770, and establishing business interests in Bergen. Edvard Grieg was raised in a musical area. His mother was his first piano teacher and taught him to play at the age of 6. Grieg studied in several schools,including Tank's School. He often brought in samples of his music to class. In the summer of 1858, Grieg met the eminent Norwegian violinist Ole Bull, who was a family friend; Bull's brother was married to Grieg's aunt. Bull recognized the 15-year-old boy's talent and persuaded his parents to send him to the Leipzig Conservatory, then directed by Ignaz Moscheles. Grieg enrolled in the conservatory, concentrating on the piano, and enjoyed the many concerts and recitals given in Leipzig. He disliked the discipline of the conservatory course of study, but he achieved very good grades in most areas. An exception was the organ, which was mandatory for piano students. In the spring of 1860, he survived a life-threatening lung disease. The following year he made his debut as a concert pianist, in Karlshamn, Sweden. In 1862, he finished his studies in Leipzig and held his first concert in his home town, where his programme included Beethoven's Pathétique sonata. (Grieg's own recording of his Piano Sonata, made late in his life, confirms that he was an excellent pianist). In 1863, Grieg went to Copenhagen, Denmark, and stayed there for three years. He met the Danish composers J. P. E. Hartmann and Niels Gade. He also met his fellow Norwegian composer Rikard Nordraak (composer of the Norwegian national anthem), who became a good friend and source of great inspiration. Nordraak died in 1866, and Grieg composed a funeral march in his honor. On 11 June 1867, Grieg married his first cousin, Nina Hagerup. The next year, their only child, Alexandra, was born. She died in 1869 from meningitis. In the summer of 1868, Grieg wrote his Piano Concerto in A minor while on holiday in Denmark. Edmund Neupert gave the concerto its premiere performance on 3 April 1869 in the Casino Theater in Copenhagen. Grieg himself was unable to be there due to conducting commitments in Christiania (as Oslo was then named). In 1868, Franz Liszt, who had not yet met Grieg, wrote a testimonial for him to the Norwegian Ministry of Education, which led to Grieg's obtaining a travel grant. The two men met in Rome in 1870. On Grieg's first visit, they went over Grieg's Violin Sonata No. 1, which pleased Liszt greatly. On his second visit, in April, Grieg brought with him the manuscript of his Piano Concerto, which Liszt proceeded to sightread (including the orchestral arrangement). Liszt's rendition greatly impressed his audience, although Grieg gently pointed out to him that he played the first movement too quickly. Liszt also gave Grieg some advice on orchestration, (for example, to give the melody of the second theme in the first movement to a solo trumpet). In 1874–76, Grieg composed incidental music for the premiere of Henrik Ibsen's play Peer Gynt, at the request of the author. Many of the pieces from this work became very popular in the orchestral suites or piano and piano-duet arrangements. Grieg had close ties with the Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra (Harmonien), and later became Music Director of the orchestra from 1880–1882. In 1888, Grieg met Tchaikovsky in Leipzig. Grieg was struck by the sadness in Tchaikovsky. Tchaikovsky thought very highly of Grieg's music, praising its beauty, originality and warmth. Julia Fischer performs Grieg Piano Concerto with Junge Deutsche Philharmonie, Conductor: Matthias Pintscher info ... wikipedia... espero les sirva la información .... :) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Julia_Fischer ....

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              • After Forever - Discord (HQ)


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                http://floorjansen.com/ https://www.facebook.com/sandergommans http://myspace.com/afterforever/photos After Forever was originally assembled in 1995 under the name Apocalypse, playing death metal, with harsh male vocals. With the joining of vocalist Floor Jansen in 1997, their style and sound shifted towards symphonic metal, in order to give emphasis to her soprano voice, in contrast with the grunts and screams provided by Gommans and Mark Jansen. Their line-up at this point comprised Floor Jansen, Mark Jansen, Sander Gommans, Luuk van Gerven, Jack Driessen and Joep Beckers. In 1999 the band began composing their own songs and recorded two demos entitled Ephemeral and Wings Of Illusion, which drew the attention of the Dutch Transmission Records label, with whom the band signed a contract. Their debut album Prison of Desire was recorded in 2000, featuring the guest appearance of Sharon Den Adel of the Dutch band Within Temptation on the song "Beyond Me". The album obtained very good reviews in Europe. By the end of the year, drummer André Borgman and keyboardist Lando van Gils joined the band, replacing Joep Beckers and Jack Driessen. During the year 2000, Floor Jansen was invited to guest sing in Ayreon's Universal Migrator Part 1: The Dream Sequencer album. Ayreon is the most successful of the many projects by Dutch guitarist Arjen Anthony Lucassen and this album is only the first of many other collaborations with Floor Jansen. In 2001, the band released the album Decipher, that featured for the first time live classical instruments and a live choir. The complex arrangements of the new compositions pushed After Forever's music even more towards the symphonic metal genre. In 2002 Mark Jansen, one of the main composers of the band, was fired from After Forever and subsequently assembled the band Epica, where he continued to pursue the combination of symphonic metal with death metal elements, already present in the first two albums by After Forever. He was replaced by Bas Maas, who had been a roadie for the band for years. In 2003, the new line-up of After Forever released the EP and DVD Exordium. In 2004, the concept album Invisible Circles was released. The album, that deals with childhood traumas and abuse, introduced progressive metal elements to the music of After Forever and the use of a clean male voice. The album reached 24th place in the Dutch Top 100 musical chart. In the same year, Lando van Gils also left the band and was replaced by Joost van den Broek, a keyboard player that Floor Jansen had met during her tour with Star One . In early September 2005, the band released their fourth album Remagine. The album was produced using pre-recorded drum tracks by André Borgman, who had to take a long leave of absence to cure his illness. The songs of the album are simpler and more straightforward than in the previous albums, preserving anyway the usual dual voice dynamic in the sound of the band. On March 3, 2006, the band left the Transmission Records label, due to the scarce promotion, that the label was providing to their albums. Following this departure, Transmission Records released the Mea Culpa compilation, with plenty of rarities and B-sides. By October of the same year, After Forever had signed to Nuclear Blast Records. In the end of 2006 the band recorded their final and only album on the Nuclear Blast label, self-titled After Forever. It features guest appearances from Annihilator guitarist Jeff Waters and Doro Pesch. Videos of the recording sessions were available for download on the band's website. The album was released on April 23, 2007. In January 2008, After Forever announced on their website, that the band would be taking a break of at least a year, mainly to assess the health problems of vocalist and guitarist Sander Gommans, who had been absent during most of the tour supporting the album After Forever. In an interview with Ragnarök radio, Floor said the band would get together early 2009 to discuss After Forever's future. On February 5, 2009, After Forever announced, that they decided to call it quits. The long break, during 2008 and 2009, had made them realize, that they did not feel the passion towards the band any longer. After the split up of the band, Sander Gommans published in 2009 the album System Overload with his solo project HDK and continues working as a high school art teacher. Floor Jansen started a new band called ReVamp and signed in 2010 a contract with Nuclear Blast for their first eponymous album, then from late 2012 to summer 2013 toured with Nightwish and later became the permanent lead singer of the band. Joost van den Broek collaborated with both Gommans and Jansen on their new musical projects and with Stream of Passion's second album The Flame Within. Guitarist Bas Maas joined the live band supporting German hard rock singer Doro Pesch in 2008. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/After_Forever

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                • Julia Fischer (violin) & Daniel Muller-Schott (cello) play Handel-Halvorsen Passacaglia


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                  http://www.juliafischer.com/index.php/en/ http://www.daniel-mueller-schott.com/ Julia Fischer ----------------- Julia Fischer is a German classical violinist and pianist. Biography -------------- Fischer, born in Munich, Germany, is of German-Slovakian parentage. Her mother, Viera Fischer (née Krenková), came from the German minority in Slovakia and immigrated from Košice, Slovakia, to the Federal Republic of Germany in 1972. Her father, Frank-Michael Fischer, a mathematician who was born in East Germany, moved in the same year from Eastern Saxony to West Germany. info: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Julia_Fischer Daniel Müller-Schott ---------------------------- Daniel Müller-Schott (born in Munich, Germany) is a German cellist. He studied with Walter Nothas, Austrian cellist Heinrich Schiff and British cellist Steven Isserlis. Violinist Anne-Sophie Mutter personally coached him in her foundation, thanks to which he could later spend one year studying with Mstislav Rostropovich. Aged 15, he aroused enthusiasm by winning the first prize in the International Tchaikovsky Competition for young musicians in Moskow in 1992. Info: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daniel_M%C3%BCller-Schott The term passacaglia (Spanish: pasacalle; French: passacaille; Italian: passacaglia, passacaglio, passagallo, passacagli, passacaglie) derives from the Spanish pasar (to walk) and calle (street). It originated in early 17th century Spain as a Spanish: 'rasgueado' (strummed) interlude between instrumentally accompanied dances or songs. Everyone should be know this music, many people ignore the existence of this music and them don't know what they're missing :/

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                  • Elis - Der Letzte Tag - Gothic Metal


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                    Sabine Dünser ...... \m/ . Official website: http://www.elis.li/ Elis is a gothic metal band from Liechtenstein, formed by Sabine Dünser and Pete Streit in 2003 after the split of Erben der Schöpfung in 2002. Elis began their musical career under the name 'Erben der Schöpfung' in 2000. In 2001, they released their first single "Elis" as well as their debut album Twilight. The band has appeared live at the Wave Gotik Festival in Leipzig, among others, has held on to favorable positioning on the DAC-Charts, and has remained well represented in the scene's press. Germany's Orkus Magazine, for example, featured Erben der Schöpfung as their top newcomer act of the month. This choice was later more than confirmed by the publications readership, who extended the honor by choosing the band as their newcomer of 2001. Following their split with Oliver Falk, the band re-emerged in 2003 under the new alias Elis (taken from the single/song by their former band).

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                    • Guerilla Suit and Knitta Please present: #Williebomb


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                      On Feb 13th, 2011 Guerilla Suit and Knitta Please teamed up to celebrate Willie Nelson’s opening performance at the new ACL Live venue.

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