Biisit numeroina

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Image"Vain kaksi asiaa ovat äärettömiä - universumi ja ihmisten typeryys, enkä ole ensimmäisestäkään aivan varma." -- Albert Einstein

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Re: Biisit numeroina

Post by Eks-EkstroVertti » Sat Mar 17, 2018 12:59 pm

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NyvfJQuRocg

"In these days, dark and lawless days,
shines a light we can see.

Like the dawn of another day
that will soon come to be."
Avon repus approt, noki peltoon. Oot Lepikon Torppa, supernova.

Et ympärillesi nää
Kuinka korkeat mäellä nousee puut
Ja kaikki valoa hengittää

Isit tärisi. Parittelu ruletti. Rapisi. Rättisi
isi äkkää: Rääkkäisi.
Piri, Sion. No. Isi, R.I.P.

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Re: Biisit numeroina

Post by Eks-EkstroVertti » Sat Mar 17, 2018 11:22 pm

Tusina tusinoita = Krossi eli 144

Sen kunniaksi, kurtut soimaan.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fOLy257DSx4
Avon repus approt, noki peltoon. Oot Lepikon Torppa, supernova.

Et ympärillesi nää
Kuinka korkeat mäellä nousee puut
Ja kaikki valoa hengittää

Isit tärisi. Parittelu ruletti. Rapisi. Rättisi
isi äkkää: Rääkkäisi.
Piri, Sion. No. Isi, R.I.P.

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Re: Biisit numeroina

Post by Vulvados » Sun Jul 22, 2018 8:22 am

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Max Reger's collection Orgelstücke Op. 145 is probably the most complex response to the First World War in the field of organ music. While three out of the seven pieces are explicitly linked to the war, the collection as a whole offers a commentary on it, reading the German war experience through the lens of Christ’s suffering and resurrection.

The first three pieces in the collection -- Trauerode, Dankpsalm and Weihnachten -- were first published in October 1915, and form a closely interrelated set. The Dankpsalm, dedicated 'to the German army' ('Dem deutschen Heere'), is one of Reger's best-known organ pieces, a familiarity which can numb us to the sheer strangeness of the piece; for a psalm of thanksgiving on Germany's victory, it is oddly unsettled and unsettling in mood, referring back to material from the Trauerode at the head of the Op. 145 collection. While the Trauerode emphasizes the necessity of Germany's sacrifices to God's plan, the Dankpsalm offers a more positive slant on the same message, attributing the nation's wartime successes up to 1915 to divine aid (the second half of the piece concludes with the chorale 'Lobe den Herren', whose second verse includes the lines 'Praise the Lord who directs everything so gloriously, / Who leads you surely on eagle's wings').

- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-gdftMhjZ68
Image"Vain kaksi asiaa ovat äärettömiä - universumi ja ihmisten typeryys, enkä ole ensimmäisestäkään aivan varma." -- Albert Einstein

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