In a new film from an award-winning trilogy director and received critical acclaim in Search of Mozart, In Search of Beethoven & In Search of Haydn, Phil Grabsky brought us music and life stories from one of the world’s favorite composers, Fryderyk Chopin. In an effort to discover new insights about Chopin, his husband and his musical genius, Grabsky traveled the world for four years to record performances by world-class musicians and interview famous historians and music experts. With Daniel Barenboim; Ronald Brautigam ;; Jeremy Siepmann, Nelson Goerner; Kevin Kenner; Janusz Olejniczak; The XVIII Century Orchestra was organized by Frans Brggen; Leif Ove Andsnes; Lars Vogt. Juliet Stevenson tells and RSC actor David Dawson expressed Chopin’s letter.
In this long-awaited documentary, Phil Grabsky’s biography of Haydn’s life is a visual and aural extravaganza, including a dazzling performance by some of the most famous musicians in the world.
Joseph Haydn (1732-1809) was one of the greatest music innovators. Mozart and Beethoven regarded him strongly as an inspiration, but today in the concert hall he may be overshadowed to support his contemporaries.
As Andre’s Schiff points out:
The world must appreciate it more: he is still underestimated by all the great composers.
By talking to some of Haydn’s most lively musical exponents, the film improves balance and explains the master and his work. Phil Grabsky hopes that Haydn will reach a wider audience who will be amazed, entertained and fascinated by Haydn’s intelligence, humanity and creativity that are never satisfied.
Haydn’s life stretched from the end of the Baroque period to Napoleon’s invasion of Vienna, beyond his young friend, Mozart. He is one of the most prolific composers and produces more than 100 symphonies, 64 quartets, 16 operas that still exist, 51 piano sonatas and oratorio of creation and seasons.
His temper that seemed easy and calm embraced life’s difficulties and misery with humor and relaxed irony. Although blessed by an uplifting patron and managing his own orchestra and opera for about 30 years at the Esterhazy Estate, he was exposed to the usual antiques of aristocratic households and the folly of the artistic world. These years have proven to be very productive, inspiring Haydn to write many works to please his patrons and distinguished guests with humorous theater nights, jokes and occasional jokes.
Phil Grabsky follows the same format by presenting biographies and composers’ music chronologically. Through intimate and revealing interviews with experts and detailed extracts from Haydn’s personal memories, the audience gained extraordinary insights, not only in Haydn’s music but also awards from the artist himself. The main focus of this film, like previous films, lies on the performance and interpretation of Haydn’s music, with performances from the world’s greatest musicians and orchestras.
Following the snail of Harry Gobb’s favorite house, Gary and Patrick set out on an epic adventure to the Lost City of Atlantic City to take Gary.
Tim Hill Writers:
Tim Hill (screenplay), Tim Hill (story about) | In preparation for the television series events, SpongeBob is traveling to Camp Coral and making new friends. But when snail Gary is abducted by Poseidon and transported to the Lost City of Atlantic City, he and his new best friend Patrick have to go on a rescue mission to save him from a screaming plan. of Poseidon until it’s too late. The film will also reveal the first time our favorite characters (as children) get together in a magical moment that gives true friendship meaning.
After Harry Gobb’s favorite snail, Harry, collapses, he and Patrick embark on an epic adventure to the Lost City of Atlantic City to take in Harry.
Artemis Fowl is a 12-year-old genius and is the successor of longtime leading criminal prosecutors. He soon found himself in an epic battle against a powerful underground wool race that may have been behind his father’s loss.
Another young Crimean director in Ireland, Artemis Fowl, is kidnapping Holly Short, the venerable LEPrecon fairy, to buy ransom to fund her father. Once the deal is complete, they go hunting for the evil opal Koboi pixie and rescue the older Arctic bird Artemis.
Ireland-based young crime chief Artemis Fowl II (Ferdia Shaw) kidnaps LEPrecon’s fairy tale officer Captain Holly Short (Lara McDonnell) for ransom to fund missing father’s search for family assets.
Kenneth Branagh Credits:
Eoin Colfer (based on author novel), Michael Goldenberg (screenshot) | Ireland-based young crime chief Artemis Fowl II (Ferdia Shaw) kidnaps LEPrecon’s fairy tale officer Captain Holly Short (Lara McDonnell) for ransom to fund missing father’s search for family assets.