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O Welche Lust (Oh, What Joy) – Prisoners’ Chorus in Fidelio

Classical Notes
O Welche Lust (Oh, What Joy) – Prisoners’ Chorus in Fidelio

For almost two centuries, Beethoven’s Fidelio has enjoyed a very special place in the world of opera. Its celebration of married love at its most elevated, along with the triumph of political freedom over the forces of tyranny, has ensured Fidelio a mythic status — akin to Beethoven’s own Ninth Symphony — in much of the world. It is a work of art which offers a well-nigh religious, awe-inspiring experience in...


Whiskey in the Jar

Rock Notes
Whiskey in the Jar

"Whiskey in the Jar" is probably the only Metallica song you can hear sung around campfires at living history events. The famous Irish song has an untraceable origin, that is, the primary song writer and and year of its release is unknown. Nevertheless, it has become quite popular over years due to extensive cover versions made by some reputable bands like Metallica. The version is based on the cover of Thin Lizzy.

Whiskey in The Jar

‘Whiskey in the jar’ is the...


Estate (Summer)

Jazz Notes
Estate (Summer)

The italian piano player, singer and composer Bruno Martino wrote the pop song "Estate" (Summer) with text of Bruno Brighetti in 1960. The brasilian singer Joao Gilberto, during a tournée in Italy heard it and decided to include the song in his repertoire and also recorded it in italian. From that moment the song became famous and was played and sung by many important jazz artists.

The title refers to summer, and the lyrics describe a love lost during summer and the bitter...


Cielito Lindo (Lovely Sweet One)

Latin French, Italian Notes
Cielito Lindo (Lovely Sweet One)

Chances are you've belted out your share of “Ay,ay, ay, ay” choruses in that timeless Mexican song about a lovely lady with dark eyes. Everyone knows ‘Cielito Lindo’, right – even if you've never been to Mexico. And even if you have no idea what “Sierra Morena” means in the first line. Or why the lady's eyes are called “contraband.” Besides dark, flashing eyes, the lady was said to have a lunar (a mole) near her mouth. The blemish got into...


Hard Time Killin' Floor Blues by Skip James

Blues Notes
Hard Time Killin' Floor Blues by Skip James

Robert Johnson died young and became a blues legend. Skip James lived to a ripe old age. It was a bad career move. Born June 21, 1902, in Yazoo City, Mississippi, at the "colored" hospital, Skip James was raised on the Woodbine Plantation, fifteen miles south of Yazoo City and a mile and a half from nearby Bentonia. His mother bought him his first guitar for $2.50 in 1912. Henry Stuckey, a guitarist five years older taught James the venerable...


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