1. Morning Mood


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    This is one of those beautiful mornings in spring. The sun is soft and perfect for our yoga practice.

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    • F. MORGENSTIMMUNG Auszug aus LEICHTER WIND IM PARADIES von Carmen-Francesca Banciu


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      This is an excerpt from LEICHTER WIND IM PARADIES/LIGHT BREEZE IN PARADISE Summer in the Mani. Author: Carmen-Francesca Banciu Reading: Carmen-Francesca Banciu

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      • BOB


        from Darshae Carly Hobey / Added

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        sounds effects provided by sound cloud.com Morning Mood by Edvard Grieg. Made by Adrain Galvan, Emmanuel Deluna-Martiuez and Darshae Carly Hobley

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        • Good Morning


          from Hans Leysieffer / Added

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          Good morning to everyone and enjoy your day... love the earth! Shot with Arri Alexa and Zeiss/Fujinon Cabrio lenses, edited in Premiere Pro CC, grading with Davinci Resolve 11. Music by Acoustic Alchemy 'The wind of change'. Thanks for watching! www.moon-mood.com

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          • Dreamfinity Studios: The Wedding Awards Dream


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            What happens when your dreams become reality and when your reality becomes a dream...? This is what happens when Award winning photography team, Dreamfinity Studios, learns about their recent Wedding Industry Award win. Most popular new wedding photographer in Vancouver, BC, Canada and WORLDWIDE! facebook.com/dreamfinitystudios instagram @dreamfinitystudios pinterest.com/dreamfinitys Dreamfinity Studios: Sergio Pawar & Melinda Subido Filmed and edited: FilmFlex Music Used Morning Mood Drake & Jay Z - Pound Cake Drake - started from the bottom Drake - Worst Behaviour Drake - Trophies

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            • Mystic Morning


              from Hans Leysieffer / Added

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              'Mystic Morning' is a collection/chapter from the 73 min movie 'Magical Moments' capturing the special lights and silent moods of the 'beautiful hour' before or at sunrise, shot in Engadin/Switzerland and Sardinia. Shot with Arri Alexa, Sony F3 and Sony PDW-700, Fujinon and Zeiss LWZ II lenses. Music by Andreas Vollenweider 'The white Winds', 'Morning Poem' and Laura Inserra 'A Tale'. Enjoy and thanks for watching! www.moon-mood.com

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              • Morning Mood - Peer Gynt Suite No.1, Op.46


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                Edvard 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. Edvard Hagerup Grieg was born in Bergen, Norway on 15 June 1843. His parents were Hiemlik Grieg (1806–1875), a merchant and the American vice consul in Bergen, and Gesine Carrie Hagerupel (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, however, Grieg's great-grandfather traveled widely, settling in Norway about 1770, and establishing business interests in Bergen. Edvard Grieg was raised in a musical home. 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. WIKIPEDIA:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edvard_Grieg

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                • Caterpillar Claymation Short (German)


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                  This is a tiny short film I made back in 2009. It was my first experiment in stopmotion animation. It is about the life of a caterpillar. I only ha one day to make this short and it wasn't very easy. I'm also not completly happy about how it turned out, but I had so much fun making it, that I decided to share with you anyway. I hope you like it. (I'm working on the subtitles, but I think you can get the plot even without them.)

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                  • Moment


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                    short stop-motion based on photomontage Made by Viktória Gáspár Music: Morning Mood from Edvard Grieg

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                    • Hans Dahl, Norwegian painter (1849-1937) ~ Edward Grieg (Peer Gynt)


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                      HANS DAHL Hans Dahl (19 February 1849, Granvin -- 27 July 1937) was a Norwegian painter. and was famous for his paintings of Norwegian fjords and surrounding landscapes. Dahl resisted the transition in art from Romanticism to Modernism. In the 1890s a new school of art arose, and artists like Dahl were not very popular in the leading circles in the capital. He was particularly criticised by the art historian Jens Thiis. He was severely criticized by fellow artists especially by Christian Krohg, who was one of the leading figures in the transition from romanticism to naturalism which characterized Norwegian art in this period. Throughout his life, he increasingly narrowed his range of topics. Dahl often described the scenery of the western part of Norway in brilliant sunshine with smiling people in national costumes. His vibrant colors and charming portrayals of young Norwegian girls in their national costume have always been very popular. More: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hans_Dahl Villa Strandheim: http://nrk.no/nyheter/distrikt/nrk_sogn_og_fjordane/fylkesleksikon/1910231.html Music: in part 1: Edward Grieg: Peer Gynt, Suite No. 2, Op. 55, Solveig's Song Orchestra: Berliner Philharmoniker Conductor: Herbert von Karajan Music part 2: Edward Grieg: Peer Gynt, Suite No. 1, Op. 46: Morgenstimmung Orchestra: Berliner Philharmoniker Conductor: Herbert von Karajan EDVARD GRIEG: Edvard 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. More: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edvard_Grieg PEER GYNT The music Edvard Grieg composed is based on a five-act play in verse by the Norwegian dramatist Henrik Ibsen, loosely based on the fairy tale Per Gynt. It is the most widely performed Norwegian play. *Solveig's song (in part 1 of this video just orchestral): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solveig%27s_Song Norwegian Text (prior to the spelling reform) Kanske vil der gå både Vinter og Vår, og næste Sommer med, og det hele År; — men engang vil du komme, det véd jeg visst; og jeg skal nok vente, for det lovte jeg sidst. Gud styrke dig, hvor du i Verden går! Gud glæde dig, hvis du for hans Fodskammel står! Her skal jeg vente til du kommer igen; og venter du histoppe, vi træffes der, min Ven! English: Perchance both winter and spring will pass, and next summer, and the entire year: — but at last you will come, that I know for sure; and I'll still be waiting, for I once promised I would. God give you strength, wherever in the world you go! God give you joy, when you stand before his judgement seat! Here I'll wait until you come again; and if you are waiting up above, there we'll meet, my love! *Morgenstimmung / Morningmood (part 2 of the video) Morning Mood is one of Grieg's best known works. The piece depicts the rising of the sun. http://imslp.org/wiki/Peer_Gynt,_Op.23_(Grieg,_Edvard) HENRIK IBSEN Henrik Ibsen (20 March 1828 -- 23 May 1906) was a major 19th-century Norwegian playwright, theatre director, and poet. ~ Background image: photo (made with my wonderful simple Canon PowerShot A460 camera): an old felled tree, August 2011, in the forest of Hovet, Norway. More photos from Norway on my flickr account: http://www.flickr.com/photos/antoinettejanssen/ ~ This video has also been published in my classical music channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/EttasFavourites

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