Gitlis

Ivry Gitlis - The Art of Ivry Gitlis: Tchaikovsky, Bruch, Sibelius, Mendelssohn, Bartok (1992) 2CD

Ivry Gitlis - The Art of Ivry Gitlis (1992) 2CD
Tchaikovsky - Bruch - Sibelius - Mendelssohn - Bartók

EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 556 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 393 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included
Genre: Classical | Label: VoxBox | # CDX2 5505 | Time: 02:39:09

There are several reasons to own this Vox Box 2CD set. For the first, it includes five great violin concertos in some of the very best performances in their discography. For the second, Ivry Gitlis (born 1922) is a great living violinist and these recordings made in early 1950s show his art in the best way, when Ivry's violin sounded powerful and brilliant.
Ivry Gitlis plays Tchaikovsky, Brahms, Bartok, Elgar, Wieniawski, Saint-Saens, Moszkowski, Albeniz, Paganini (2007)

Ivry Gitlis plays Tchaikovsky, Brahms, Bartok, Elgar, Wieniawski, Saint-Saens, Moszkowski, Albeniz, Paganini (2007)
Classical - Violin | DVD Video | DVD-9 | Complete Scans | 75mins | 4.91 GB | FileServe + FileSonic + Hotfile
MPEG-2 Video | NTSC | 4:3 | 720x480 | 5988 kb/s | 29,97 fps | Label: EMI Classics
English | Dolby Digital | 48000 Hz | PCM, 2ch, 1536 kb/s | RAR 4% Rec

It usually takes about ten seconds to identify Ivry Gitlis' playing. No offense intended, but he is perhaps one of the most "anti-Classical" violinists, or the one whom you would least like to hear playing the Bach solo partitas. His free-wheeling approach to vibrato and intonation are not what wins praise in conservatories and awards at competitions these days. Often, it is said that Gitlis sounds like a gypsy violinist. There's nothing wrong with that, though, at least in certain repertoire. Gitlis takes us back to a time when classical music and musicianship were a little more wild and unpredictable than they are today.
Niccolo Paganini 24 Caprices for solo violin (Markov, Gitlis, Kaler)

Niccolo Paganini 24 Caprices for solo violin (Markov, Gitlis, Kaler)
Stereo | mp3 | 192Kbps-256Kbps | RAR | ~ 334 Mb
Classical / Romantic period
Enescu: Three Symphonies, Violin Sonata No 3 - Foster, Sokolov, Kosenko (2012)

Enescu: Three Symphonies, Violin Sonata No 3 - Foster, Sokolov, Kosenko (2012)
EAC Rip | Flac (Tracks + cue + log) | 2 CD | Full Scans | 749 MB
Genre: Classical | Label: Emi Classics | Catalog Number: 6783932

George Enescu (1881-1955) was known primarily as one of the great virtuoso violinists of his day, although he was also a celebrated conductor and influential teacher of his instrument – Yehudi Menuhin, Arthur Grumiaux, Ivri Gitlis, and Christian Ferras were just a few of the great violin soloists of the latter half of the 20th century who passed through his classes in Paris. Apart from the First Romanian Rhapsody, it is only recently that Enescu, the composer of a small but substantial catalogue of works, has come to the fore and this set, comprising his three completed symphonies and his best-known Violin Sonata, should further enhance his reputation.

(Drame) La Vie devant soi (Madame Rosa) (1977) VHSRip  Video

Posted by galmuchet at Feb. 26, 2009
(Drame) La Vie devant soi (Madame Rosa) (1977) VHSRip

(Drame) La Vie devant soi (Madame Rosa) (1977) VHSRip
XviD-809 | [email protected] | 640x352 | French (English subbed) | 1h45 | 691 Mb
France 02 nov 1977
Realisation Moshé MIZRAHI
Musique Philippe Sarde interprétée par Ivry Gitlis

CESAR (Best Actress) Simone Signoret 1978.
OSCAR (Best Foreign Movie) 1978


Avec/Cast Simone Signoret (Madame Rosa), Samy Ben Youb (Momo), Michal Bat-Adam (Nadine), Gabriel Jabbour (Mr. Hamil), Bernard Lajarrige (Mr. Charmette), Claude Dauphin (Docteur Katz), Mohamed Zinet (Kadir Youssef), Geneviève Fontanel (Maryse), Théo Légitimus , Nadia Samir

Dans son appartement de Belleville, Madame Rosa, ancienne prostituée, garde une ribambelle d'enfants de prostituées. L'aîné des pensionnaires, Momo, un déluré de 14 ans adore Rosa qui l'aime également. L'enfant comprend vite que cette mère adoptive va bientôt mourir, et va l'aider…

Madame Rosa, a former prostitute, lives in a top floor apartment in a mixed race district of Paris. Although her health is failing, she manages to look after the abandoned children of prostitutes, including a rebellious young Arab boy named Momo. An Auschwitz survivor, Madame Rosa imagines that the Nazis are still around and instructs Momo to protect her from them. Momo faithfully repays his guardian’s kindness by raising money to support her in her dying days, but he is curious to find out about his own origins.