Hat Trick - Garden Of Joys And Sorrows FLAC album
Genre: Classical music
Title: Garden Of Joys And Sorrows
Style: Contemporary, Modern, Impressionist, Romantic
FLAC version ZIP size: 1774 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1384 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1726 mb
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Garden of Joys and Sorrows: Hat Trick Trio. Hat Trick commissioned "Submerged" from Miguel del Aguila. It begins with a lively evocation of South America before slipping into a mysterious middle section where time seems suspended (that's the submerged part). I look forward to Hat Trick's next album. One person found this helpful.
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The songs on this album tell of joy and sorrow, love and loss, heroism and tragedy. Tana is an ancient song about a shepherd whose flock is stolen by bandits that grant his wish to play his flute for the last time before they kill him. The plaintive melody conveys his terrible fate to his beloved in the valley below. A line from the beautiful Penxherenë e zotrisë sate gives the album its title; a boy yearns for the girl next door, pleading, You keep going in and out of your gate. O poor me outside! At least wave your handkerchief at me.
Hat Trick is the third studio album by the American folk rock trio America, released on Warner Bros. It was a modest hit in the US, peaking at number 28 on the Billboard album chart, although it failed to go gold, whereas the group's first two releases had platinum sales. The album produced one minor hit single, "Muskrat Love" which reached number 67 on the Billboard singles chart and number 11 on the adult contemporary chart.
It is also – intermittently – the cause of some of our deepest sorrows. It is likely that we will spend at least some of the time in despair and confusion, wondering whether it really had to be so hard. They will provoke insight, recognition and a far more forgiving, generous assessment of one’s challenges
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The not realization of the passing of the joys is said in this stanza. Here the poet says the joy does not leave a physical effect on the person and that the dream has just left a gleam across the dreamers face. This shows the second theme of the poem that joy makes a long lasting memory in ones mind when referred to the gleam on the dreamers face. This poem makes the reader realize the importance of joy before it is gone. The poem also mentally prepares the reader to the sorrows that are struck after the joyful moments are over. The rhyme scheme of the poem is a b a b. The poem? If You Should Go? is an excellently lyric ed poem about an understanding of human joys and sorrows. The positive point of view of the poet is a plus along with the good use of imagery like love and dream
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Composed By – Miguel del Aguila
|Sonata For Flute, Viola, And Harp, L. 137
Composed By – Claude Debussy
|2||I. Pastorale. Lento, Dolce Rubato||6:41|
|3||II. Interlude: Tempo Di Minuetto||5:44|
|4||III. Finale. Allegro Moderato Ma Risoluto||4:35|
|5||And Then I Knew 'Twas Wind
Composed By – Toru Takemitsu
Composed By – Théodore Dubois
|7||Garten Von Freuden Und Traurigkeiten
Composed By – Sofia Gubaidulina
|8||Garten Von Freuden Und Traurigkeiten
Read By – Aine ZimmermanText By – Francisco Tanzer
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Bridge Records, Inc.
- Copyright (c) – Bridge Records, Inc.
- Ensemble – Hat Trick
- Flute [Hat Trick] – April Clayton
- Harp [Hat Trick] – Kristi Shade
- Viola [Hat Trick] – David Wallace
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- Barcode: 0 90404 94722 3