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  • Several of the greatest collectors of Old Master paintings in turn-of-the-century America were sold fakes or wildly misattributed works by Leo Nardus. Drawing on newly discovered documents, Jonathan Lopez explains how Nardus was exposed and. — “Apollo Magazine | 'Gross False Pretences'”, apollo-
  • The contribution of misattributed photos to shoddy arguments. After my last post, I became curious about finding more photos of Seoul during the colonial period, and as a comment had directed me to a Japanese website with a great photo of Seoul,. — “Gusts Of Popular Feeling: The contribution of misattributed”,
  • ChoralNet - Resources and communications for the global choral community They'd use phrases like "long attributed to" or "long thought to be by" or "misattributed" or "spurious" or some such language. — “Misattributed works - ChoralNet”,
  • Misattributed paternity is the situation when a child's putative father is not the Misattributed paternity is not a rare phenomenon, its true incidence is not known, but. — “Misattributed paternity - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • Anti-Obama Rant Misattributed to Naval War College Professor One Response to Anti-Obama Rant Misattributed to Naval War College Professor. timnichols1956 - October 9, 2009. — “Anti-Obama Rant Misattributed to Naval War College Professor”,
  • Did Mark Twain once assert the coldest winter he'd ever spent was a summer in San Francisco? According to Ralph Keyes in Nice Guys Finish Seventh, his compendium of misattributed and false quotes, "Any orphan line with even a hint of drollness is subject to. — “: Mark Twain on Coldest Winter”,
  • A collection of quotes circulating via email, misattributed to presidential candidate John Kerry Netlore Archive: A collection of quotes circulating via email, misattributed to presidential candidate John Kerry. — “John Kerry Quotes - Netlore Archive”,
  • In a Los Angeles Times article about the origins of uranium particles found in Syria, Borzou Daragahi misidentifies a claim made in a Syrian letter as a statement made by the International Atomic Energy Agency. UPDATED: Los Angeles Times Corrects Misattributed Statement on Uranium. — “CAMERA: UPDATED: Los Angeles Times Corrects Misattributed”,
  • Ben Smith's blog on politics. Includes new political coverage of the White House and elections around the country. 'Palin' piece misattributed. The New York Post today published, and I linked, a slap at Obama's promises of bipartisanship attributed to Gov. Sarah. — “'Palin' piece misattributed - Ben Smith - ”,
  • The new beige rug, which is a part of the US President Barack Obama's office makeover, has quotations of world's famous personalities woven over it. The problem is, one of them is not of the author's, according to a report on Washington Post Oval Office rug has quote misattributed. — “Oval Office rug has quote misattributed - Hindustan Times”,
  • There is a common view that misattributed paternity is widespread in Western societies, between ten and extent of misattributed paternity is closer to one per cent, and not more than three per cent. — “RAMPANT MISATTRIBUTED PATERNITY: THE CREATION OF A URBAN MYTH”, elecpress.monash.edu.au
  • - Professional Coin Grading Service is The Premier Internet Site For Collectors of Coins. If you have a coin that you feel is overgraded, misattributed, or counterfeit, call PCGS Customer Service and they will help you fill out the proper submission forms. — “ - PCGS Guarantee of Grade and Authenticity – United”,
  • Foxconn has raised pay among workers in China by an average 30 percent, but it says that the raise has nothing to do with a string of suicides that some experts say global media have misattributed to everything from poor working conditions to. — “Foxconn Says Pay Raises in China Not About Suicides ”,
  • Famous people (especially famous men) tend to get notable sayings retrospectively misattributed to them. He makes a strong case that this is one such case. ( I always thought the lack of documentation for this story in any serious works about Sir Winston was suspicious. — “Language Log: A misattribution no longer to be put up with”, itre.cis.upenn.edu
  • 2 Misattributed. 3 External links [edit] Sourced. The problem of power is how to achieve its responsible use rather than its irresponsible and indulgent use — of how to get men of power to live for the public rather than off the public. "I Remember, I Believe", The Pursuit of Justice (1964). — “Robert F. Kennedy - Wikiquote”,
  • Definition of misattributed in the Online Dictionary. Meaning of misattributed. Pronunciation of misattributed. Translations of misattributed. misattributed synonyms, misattributed antonyms. Information about misattributed in the free online. — “misattributed - definition of misattributed by the Free”,
  • The first essay addresses the U.S. income tax deductibility of a loss resulting from the purchase of fake or misattributed art. Difficult questions of proof are inevitable in any case involving a misattributed or forged work of art, and these matters are even more challenging when dealing with. — “Spencer's Art Law Journal: Elizabeth Kessenides on "Fake”,
  • Top Five Misattributed Hemingway Quotations. The most popular feature of the Timeless Hemingway web site is the Hemingway Quote Finder. So here they are (drum roll please) — the top five misattributed Hemingway quotations. — “Top Five Misattributed Hemingway Quotations - One True Sentence”,
  • The mission of Art Discovery Institute is to identify works of art heretofore misattributed or unrecognized for their true historical, cultural, or artistic significance.Art Discovery Institute hopes to help Many museums and individual collectors have unattributed or misattributed artworks. — “ART DISCOVERY INSTITUTE - ADI HOME”,
  • [MARLOWE, Christopher (1564-1593), misattributed to]. Lusts Dominion; or, the Lascivious Queen. A Tragedie. London: Printed [by Jane Bell] for. — “[MARLOWE, Christopher (1564-1593), misattributed to]. Lusts”,
  • Free web archive of texts to over 88,000 Lieder and other classical vocal pieces in more than a hundred languages with over ten thousand translations misattributed to Benedetto Marcello (1686-1739) , "Il mio bel foco", note: there is only one setting (see above); this is a dummy entry so people. — “Il mio bel foco (Anonymous, set by F. Conti, B. Marcello”,

Videos

  • Meg Whitman Is No Einstein Meg Whitman Is No Einstein. She fails twice with one incorrect quote. Recorded from screen Fair Rights Use: sec 107 US Copyright Office - Copyright Law www.copyright.gov Meg fails! From wikipedia: The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results. * Misattributed to various people, including Albert Einstein and Mark Twain. The earliest known occurrence, and probable origin is Rita Mae Brown, Sudden Death (Bantam Books, New York, 1983), p. 68.
  • A Day Called 'X' - Part 2/3 THIS FILM IS PUBLIC DOMAIN A Day Called 'X' was a dramatized CBS documentary showing a civil defence exercise in Portland, Oregon in which the entire city is evacuated in anticipation of a nuclear air raid, after Soviet bombers had been detected by radar stations to the north. It was filmed in September 1957 and aired December 8 of that year. It was presented by Glenn Ford. Its local rebroadcast in 2004 and appearance in the on-line Prelinger Archives attracted interest among local history buffs due to its extensive outside shots of the city, and the use of non-actor participants (local officials and broadcasters). On September 27, 1955, Portland actually conducted an exercise evacuation of downtown called "Operation Greenlight," and the film is often misattributed to that year.
  • Ave Maria - Vladimir Vavilov Ave Maria, written by Vladimir Vavilov but commonly misattributed to Giulio Caccini. "Watercolors of the World" CD available at Also available on iTunes, Amazon MP3, and Rhapsody.
  • Marianne Williamson: Importance of looking at our shadow and darker side (part1/4) What a treat to interview world acclaimed Marianne Williamson today. In this part of the interview we talked about her latest best seller ( co-written with Debbie Ford and Deepak Chopra) The Shadow Effect. Marianne Williamson is an internationally acclaimed spiritual teacher and best-selling author. Her latest book, The Age of Miracles, hit #2 on the New York Times Bestseller list. Among her other nine published books, four of them, including A Return to Love, were #1 New York TimesBestsellers. A Return to Love is considered a must-read of The New Spirituality. A paragraph from that book, begins, "Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure," often misattributed to Nelson Mandela's Inaugural address, is considered an anthem for a contemporary generation of seekers. Marianne has been a popular guest on television programs such as Oprah,Larry King Live, Good Morning America and Charlie Rose. More interview on Lilou Macé webTV
  • A Day Called 'X' - Part 1/3 THIS FILM IS PUBLIC DOMAIN A Day Called 'X' was a dramatized CBS documentary showing a civil defense exercise in Portland, Oregon in which the entire city is evacuated in anticipation of a nuclear air raid, after Soviet bombers had been detected by radar stations to the north. It was filmed in September 1957 and aired December 8 of that year. It was presented by Glenn Ford. Its local rebroadcast in 2004 and appearance in the on-line Prelinger Archives attracted interest among local history buffs due to its extensive outside shots of the city, and the use of non-actor participants (local officials and broadcasters). On September 27, 1955, Portland actually conducted an exercise evacuation of downtown called "Operation Greenlight," and the film is often misattributed to that year.
  • misattributed memories Memories are fleeting and elusive. Our recollections of the past are often jumbled, distorted and skewed. Sometimes we remember things that didnt even happen. Whether its images we saw, sounds we heard, or conversations we had, often times our memory perceptions do not match the actual event. This video uses a combination of found video as well as personal home movies. The footage of my childhood gives viewers a chance to see how my head works when I attempt to remember an event—I always try to fill in the gaps. The dissonance between what I remember and what actually happened are filled with other disconnected events that I have seen and labeled as my own. Although its told through my viewpoint, everyone can understand the complicated memory retrieval process. Everyone has memory biases. And this video portrays a synthesized bias of rosy retrospection and misattribution effect. We get things mixed with other memories or things weve experienced. And then we perpetuate that skewed memory by sharing it with others. The audio files in this video were both found and created. I manipulated an instrumental track and also created one with my ukulele. With my ukulele I played music I grew up listening to. I distorted the tracks. I also mixed up the voice tracks of the clips so they didnt match the video.
  • Rage - Paint It, Black A great cover of the rolling stones song by a band that I feel just never got enough publicity or credit. I see this song often misattributed to metallica or testament so I thought I'd post up the real band and a high quality version of the song for people to here. Hope you enjoy this excellent cover.
  • Into the Night (Santanna) Sing-Along "Into the Night" is the first single from Santana's 2007 compilation album, Ultimate Santana. The track features Chad Kroeger from Nickelback, with whom he previously worked for "Why Don't You & I" from his album Shaman. It has received a considerable amount of airplay on VH1. Dania Ramirez of Heroes stars in the music video. The song has peaked at #26 in the United States of America and #4 in Australia. The song is frequently mis-attributed as a Nickelback song because of the prominent vocals by Kroeger, who wrote the song. A variety of Santana singles often feature guest vocalists. "Into The Night" was a crossover hit as it peaked at #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 in the US In Canada it was an even bigger hit, as it surged up to #2 on the Canadian Hot 100. It also reached #4 in Australia, #5 in Turkey, #5 in Italy, #5 in South Africa, and #8 in Spain.
  • Evil does not exist!? Student schooling his professor on heat, light, and evil; misattributed, in 2004, via the Internet, to Einstein, but in reality based on the aggregate writings of Rene Descartes, particularly his 1637 Discourse on Method (section What Do Heat and Light of Fire Consist In?), and his 1641 Meditations (primarily the Third), in which he argues that cold is merely the absence of heat, that darkness is the absence or recess of ethereal substance of the heat of fire (or stars), discusses good and evil, and intertwines these in with discussion on the possible existence a Diety. The following is a representative quote by Descartes: "Nor can it be said that this idea of God is perhaps materially false and so could have come from nothing, which is what I observed in the case of the ideas of heat and cold, that cold is the absence of heat, and so on."
  • Henny Youngman - Our Teacher (1943) More soundies: Henry "Henny" Youngman (originally German surname Junggman) (March 16, 1906 -- February 24, 1998) was a British-born American comedian and violinist famous for "one-liners", short, simple jokes usually delivered rapid-fire. His best known (and oft misattributed) one-liner was "Take my wife—please". In a time when many comedians told elaborate anecdotes, Youngman's comedy routine consisted of telling simple one-liner jokes, occasionally with interludes of violin playing. These gags depicted simple, cartoon-like situations, eliminating lengthy build-ups and going straight to the punch line. He was known as the King of the One Liners, a title bestowed upon him by columnist Walter Winchell. A typical stage performance by Youngman lasted only fif*** to twenty minutes, but contained dozens of jokes, delivered in rapid-fire fashion. Encouraged by his family to learn the violin, Youngman's start in show business was as an orchestra musician. He led a small jazz band called the "Swanee Syncopaters," and during the band's performances, Youngman often told jokes to the audience. One night, the regular comedian didn't show for his performance, and the club owner asked Youngman to fill in. Youngman was a success, and he began a long career of stand-up, telling one-line jokes and polishing his act to razor sharpness. His generally inoffensive, friendly style of comedy kept his audiences in stitches for decades. He started his career playing ...
  • Family - Paternity Fraud - 1/2 On the enormous prevalence of paternity fraud and society's indifference to this crime because the perpetrators are women and the principal victims are men. • Paternity fraud and family-breakdown • A man's right to know he's a father • Female promiscuity
  • Albinoni- Adagio in G Minor - Sung by Meyra.wmv From: The Adagio in G minor for violin, strings and organ continuo, is a neo-Baroque composition popularly misattributed to the 18th century Venetian master Tomaso Albinoni, but in fact composed entirely by the 20th century musicologist and Albinoni biographer Remo Giazotto. Although the composition is usually referred to as "Albinoni's Adagio," or "Adagio in G minor by Albinoni, arranged by Giazotto," the attribution is inverted. Albinoni's contribution to it rests upon Giazotto's purported discovery of a tiny m***cript fragment (consisting of a few measures of the melody line and basso continuo portion) from a slow second movement of an Albinoni trio sonata. According to Giazotto's account, he obtained the document shortly after the end of World War II from the Saxon State Library in Dresden, which − though its buildings were destroyed in the bombing raids of February and March 1945 by the British and American Air Forces − had evacuated and preserved most of its collection. Giazotto concluded the m***cript fragment was a portion of a church sonata (sonata da chiesa, one of two standard forms of the trio sonata) in G minor composed by Albinoni, possibly as part of his Op. 4 set, around 1708. Giazotto himself then constructed the balance of the complete single-movement work around the fragmentary theme he ascribed to Albinoni, copyrighted it, and published it in 1958. It has thus been established as a entirely original work by Giazotto.[1] Giazotto ...
  • A Day Called 'X' - Part 3/3 THIS FILM IS PUBLIC DOMAIN A Day Called 'X' was a dramatized CBS documentary showing a civil defence exercise in Portland, Oregon in which the entire city is evacuated in anticipation of a nuclear air raid, after Soviet bombers had been detected by radar stations to the north. It was filmed in September 1957 and aired December 8 of that year. It was presented by Glenn Ford. Its local rebroadcast in 2004 and appearance in the on-line Prelinger Archives attracted interest among local history buffs due to its extensive outside shots of the city, and the use of non-actor participants (local officials and broadcasters). On September 27, 1955, Portland actually conducted an exercise evacuation of downtown called "Operation Greenlight," and the film is often misattributed to that year.
  • Wassenaer - Concerto "Armonici" No. 4 in G Major WILHELM VAN WASSENAER (1692-1766) Concerto "armonici" No. 4 for strings and basso continuo in G major 1. Largo 2. Da capella (non presto) 3. Largo affetuoso 4. Allegro Performed by the Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra Directed by Ton Koopman *Unico Willem van Wassenaer, Count of the Empire, was a Dutch diplomat and composer. His most important surviving compositions are the Concerti Armonici, which until recently have been misattributed to the Italian composer Giovanni Battista Pergolesi (1710-1736). Unico Willem Van Wassenaer was born into a distinguished family of wealth, power and accomplishment, the house of Wassenaer. He studied law and other courses in Leiden and in 1723 married Dodonea Lucia van Goslinga (the daughter of Sicco van Goslinga), who gave him three children. Van Wassenaer occupied high diplomatic, military and commercial posts. It is known that he was respected not only as a diplomat but also as a musician. Between 1725 and 1740 he wrote the Concerti Armonici, but being a nobleman he did not want to publish them in his own name (or because he doubted his ability as a composer). The concertos were published in 1740 by the Italian violin player Carlo Ricciotti (16811756), to whom the concertos were attributed at first. Van Wassenaer has therefore been called "the mystery composer." The Polish composer Franciszek Lessel (17801838) asserted incorrectly that the concertos were written by Pergolesi. Since the style of the concertos is Italian, laid out in typical ...
  • Scarborough Fair Duet Lynn Andersen and Brandon Victor perform the duet version of Mark Andersen's arrangement of Scarborough Fair (with an appearance by Madge Luoto). Mark Andersen's arrangement makes use of the original English melody, embraced by a modal theme to enhance the mysticism of the magical mood set by this arrangement. This old English melody is often mis-attributed to Simon & Garfunkel. But in actuality, it pre-dates them several Centuries. Both the Solo and Duo arrangement of Scarborough Fair are available from International Artists.
  • Unico van Wassenaer - Concerto Grosso no. 1 (2/3) Unico Willem van Wassenaer, Count of the Empire, (2 November 1692, Delden - 9 November 1766, The Hague) was a Dutch diplomat and composer. His most important surviving compositions are the Concerti Armonici, which until recently have been misattributed to the Italian composer Giovanni Battista Pergolesi (1710-1736). Unico Willem Van Wassenaer was born into a distinguished family of wealth, power and accomplishment, the House of Wassenaer. He studied law and other courses in Leiden and in 1723 married Dodonea Lucia van Goslinga (the daughter of Sicco van Goslinga), who gave him three children. Van Wassenaer occupied high diplomatic, military and commercial posts. It is known that he was respected not only as a diplomat but also as a musician. Between 1725 and 1740 he wrote the Concerti Armonici, but being a nobleman he did not want to publish them in his own name (or because he doubted his ability as a composer). The concertos were published in 1740 by the Italian violin player Carlo Ricciotti (16811756), to whom the concertos were attributed at first. Van Wassenaer has therefore been called "the mystery composer." The Polish composer Franciszek Lessel (17801838) asserted incorrectly that the concertos were written by Pergolesi. Since the style of the concertos is Italian, laid out in typical Roman fashion with four parts for violin and consisting of four parts instead of the Venetian three, they are comparable to works by Pietro Locatelli. However, in 1979-1980 a ...
  • Wassenaer - Concerto "Armonici" No. 1 in G Major - Mov. 3&4/4 WILHELM VAN WASSENAER (1692-1766) Concerto "armonici" No. 1 for strings and basso continuo in G major 3. Un poco andante 4. Allegro Performed by the Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra Directed by Ton Koopman *Unico Willem van Wassenaer, Count of the Empire, was a Dutch diplomat and composer. His most important surviving compositions are the Concerti Armonici, which until recently have been misattributed to the Italian composer Giovanni Battista Pergolesi (1710-1736). Unico Willem Van Wassenaer was born into a distinguished family of wealth, power and accomplishment, the house of Wassenaer. He studied law and other courses in Leiden and in 1723 married Dodonea Lucia van Goslinga (the daughter of Sicco van Goslinga), who gave him three children. Van Wassenaer occupied high diplomatic, military and commercial posts. It is known that he was respected not only as a diplomat but also as a musician. Between 1725 and 1740 he wrote the Concerti Armonici, but being a nobleman he did not want to publish them in his own name (or because he doubted his ability as a composer). The concertos were published in 1740 by the Italian violin player Carlo Ricciotti (16811756), to whom the concertos were attributed at first. Van Wassenaer has therefore been called "the mystery composer." The Polish composer Franciszek Lessel (17801838) asserted incorrectly that the concertos were written by Pergolesi. Since the style of the concertos is Italian, laid out in typical Roman fashion with four parts for ...
  • Click - My tweet which was misattributed to someone else (5.2.11) Watch the video and then you can see the original tweet here: Update: 25th Feb 2011 I've just had the following message from Click: "Hi Dom! Re: a tweet you made that was attributed to another. It was & our apologies for error. The msg was retweeted which caused confusion. As both parties expressed similar points of view we don't think views were seriously misrepresented. But we'll take more care in future. Dan" Well, the tweet I was replying to was expressing the opposite view, but they've apologised and I guess I won't get any more out of it. I appreciate the overall confusion of the situation as they must get hundreds of tweets on a regular basis, and guess it's not something that'll happen again! Footage: (C) BBC 2011
  • Il mio bel foco In the opinion of some musicologists, this aria is misattributed to Benedetto Marcello (1686-1739) and was more likely composed by Francesco Bartolomeo Conti (1681-1732). The opening recitative is very likely a 19th-century forgery by the music editor and composer Carl Ludwig Albert Banck (1809-1889).
  • Firecracker - Mass Production (1979) Mass Production was an American funk/disco musical group, best known for their hit, "Firecracker", which hit number four on the R&B chart in the late summer of 1979. Based in Norfolk, Virginia, the ten-piece group had a series of minor R&B hits in the late 1970s and early 1980s. "Firecracker" is commonly misattributed to the similarly-named (and sonically/stylistically similar) band Brass Construction. The band consisted of Kevin Douglas (bass, keyboards, and vocals), James Drumgole (trumpet, flugelhorn, and vocals), Agnes 'Tiny' Kelly (lead vocals, vocoder), Larry Marshall (lead vocals, percussion), Gregory McCoy (saxophone, keyboards), Emmanuel Redding (percussion), Ricardo Williams (lead vocals, drums, percussion, keyboards), Tyrone Williams (keyboards), Rodney Phelps (lead guitar, keyboards), and LeCoy Bryant (rhythm guitar, vocals). An eleventh member, Samuel Williams, joined in the early 1980s. The group stayed together for several more years, scoring a string of small hits, before deciding to disband in 1983. "Firecracker" was sampled by 2 Live Crew in 1989 for their own hit single "Me So ***", from their album "As Nasty As They Wanna Be". Thischannel is dedicated to all the great 'old school' R&B music I grew up with, the stuff that originally made me tap my feet and want to be a DJ. Funk, soul, disco, R&B, dance, hip-hop, pop . . . 60s, 70s, 80s . . . whatever you call it, it's all 'Old School' and it's all here! See my videos featuring the Roots of Rap at: www ...
  • Family - Paternity Fraud - 2/2 On the enormous prevalence of paternity fraud and society's indifference to this crime because the perpetrators are women and the principal victims are men. • Paternity fraud and family-breakdown • A man's right to know he's a father • Female promiscuity
  • Kathrin Jenkins Vladimir Vavilov's Ave Maria Caccini From Wikipedia: see Ave Maria (disambiguation) "Ave Maria" is a popular and much recorded aria composed by Vladimir Vavilov around 1970. It is a musical hoax generally misattributed to Baroque composer Giulio Caccini. Vavilov himself published and recorded it on the Melodiya label with the ascription to "Anonymous" in 1972. It is believed that the work received its ascription to Giulio Caccini after Vavilov's death, by an organist Mark Shakhin (one of its performers on the mentioned "Melodiya" longplay), who gave the "newly discovered scores" to other musicians; then in an arrangement made by the organist Oleg Yanchenko for the recording by Irina Arkhipova in 1987; then the piece came to be famous worldwide
  • Ave Maria (3 Different Composers) Excerpts from 3 "Ave Marias,' composed by different men: 1. Vladimir Vavilov (but commonly misattributed to Giulio Caccini) 2. Johann Sebastian Bach (actually written by French Romantic composer Charles Gounod in 1859, his Ave Maria consists of a melody superimposed over the Prelude No. 1 in C major from Book I of the Well-Tempered Clavier, composed by JS Bach some 137 years earlier. (info from Wikipedia) 3. Franz Schubert I know of several other "Ave Maria"s composed by different people, including Brahms, Bruckner, Donizetti, Elgar, Liszt, and Verdi. Which Ave Maria do you like best?
  • Santana "Into The Night (feat. Chad Kroeger)" *HQ* "Into the Night" Single by Santana featuring Chad Kroeger from the album Ultimate Santana B-side "I Believe It's Time" "Curacion (Sunlight on Water)" "Victory Is Won" Released October 2, 2007 Format CD single, vinyl, digital download Recorded 2007 Genre Rock en Español Length 3:40 Label Arista Records Writer(s) Chad Kroeger Producer Carlos Santana Certification Gold[1] (RIAA) Alternate cover iTunes cover "Into the Night" is the first single from Santana's 2007 compilation album, Ultimate Santana. The track features Chad Kroeger from Nickelback, with whom he previously worked for "Why Don't You & I" from his album Shaman. It has received a considerable amount of airplay on VH1. Dania Ramirez of Heroes stars in the music video. The song has peaked at #26 in the United States of America and #4 in Australia. The song is frequently mis-attributed as a Nickelback song because of the prominent vocals by Kroeger, who wrote the song. A variety of Santana singles often feature guest vocalists.
  • Beethoven (Attrib.): Adieu to the piano, Anh. No. 15 This piece is still being distributed as a Beethoven work, and my (1930s?) Keith Prowse edition describes it as '...Beethoven's last Composition'. If so, he must have regressed in his style in his final days! It is however a very pleasant piece with quite a memorable melody, and could equally have been marketed as 'Schubert's last Composition'. --------------------------------------- Played by Phillip Sear
  • Marianne Williamson "Die for the Cause" Marianne Williamson, an internationally acclaimed spiritual teacher, has helped millions reconnect to their spirituality and find inner peace. She is author of 10 books, including the New York Times best-sellers A Return to Love, Everyday Grace, and The Age of Miracles. A Return to Love is considered a must-read of The New Spirituality. A paragraph from that book, beginning, Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure,—often misattributed to Nelson Mandelas Inaugural address—is considered an anthem for a contemporary generation of seekers. Williamsons other books include A Womans Worth, Illuminata, Healing the Soul of America, The Gift of Change, and Emma and Mommy Talk to God. Williamson hosts a daily Course in Miracles radio program on Oprah and Friends network XM Radio 156 and has been a popular guest on television programs such as the Oprah Winfrey Show, Larry King Live, Good Morning America, and Charlie Rose. In 1989, Williamson founded Project Angel Food, a meals-on-wheels program that serves homebound people with AIDS in the Los Angeles area. Today, Project Angel Food serves more than 1000 people daily. Williamson also cofounded The Peace Alliance, a grass roots campaign supporting legislation to establish a United States Department of Peace.
  • A New Ground-H.Purcell-Guitararr. This music is from a booklet "Purcell for the Guitar" by Martin Grayson, Oxford Guitar Music. Orginally written for harpischord. I found this "Ground" just now on YT nicely played on the orignial instrument. One of the comments (from inkaspin) to this version tells this music isn't by H.Purcell but by W.Croft. In my edition it is referred to the source: "An ***ytical Catalouge of Purcells music." written by Franklin B.Zimmermann. This "Ground" has the index: Z.D221 and is in c-minor. The guitar arrangement is in d-minor. Maybe someone have additional informations in this matter. Anyway the music sounds very like Purcell to me! New info from freescorepaul: "There is a Purcell work called "A New Ground", but it isn't the piece you play, which was misattributed to Purcell. It's by William Croft, from his 'Harpsichord Suite No. 3'."
  • Adagio - Albinoni (bass guitar) Join facebook fan page!: The Adagio in G minor for violin, strings and organ continuo, is a neo-Baroque composition popularly misattributed to the 18th century Venetian master Tomaso Albinoni (1671-1751), but in fact composed entirely by the 20th century musicologist and Albinoni`s biographer Remo Giazotto. I`ve heard hundreds of performances of this immortal Adagio. I was going for a long time to record it by myself: - on the one hand, because it is one of the most famous and one of my favorite classical pieces, and secondly cause no one in whole youtube didn`t play it well (or fully) on the guitar so far. The title G minor scale I transposed to E minor, because of limitations of 7-string instrument.
  • Old Age Tribute Video This a video collage of several live Nirvana performances set to the acoustic demo of 'Old Age', recorded by Kurt somewhere between 1990 and early 1991. A brilliant song, for years misattributed to Hole, and by their own admission an original Hole track. In reality it was a discarded composition Kurt handed over to Courtney, who, uh, took almost complete credit until 1998 when a tape of the studio demo surfaced.
  • River Flows in You - Yiruma - Piano played by Luke. Photos by Pianopod "River Flows in You" composed by the Korean pianist Yiruma. This is played by the Irish pianist Luke. Check out his Youtube channel - Sheet music for many of his covers may by obtained from his website The slide show is a collection of photos I took in West Cork, Ireland on a cold and wet Sunday morning. On YouTube and on various peer-to-peer networks, Yiruma's songs River Flows In You and Kiss The Rain are widely misattributed as Bella's Lullaby from the soundtrack to the 2008 film Twilight. The actual score used in the film is written by Carter Burwell (Wikipedia)
  • Now or Never ------Edit---------- Apparently the quote in the video has been misattributed to Julius Caesar. However, the sentiment is true, so I'll leave it as is for now. When I have a chance I'll edit the video itself. Sorry, rushed work is never good work. ------------------------ Ron Paul is facing an uphill battle against extreme odds and opposition whether my fellow supporters admit it or not. The efforts of a few have given Dr. Paul amazing results so far, but we are far from having this thing 'in the bag'. The unfortunate reality is that these immense efforts by the passionate few may be rendered null, because of the fact that we are only as loud as our most silent voice. So, what role will you play; passive or aggressive? Will you watch history or will you make it? The world is counting on you to do the right thing and to do so at the top of your lungs. So please, they're begging you... get the f%@k out of that chair, off the computer and reclaim what's yours. Godspeed, BoilingFrogs PS I'll admit I haven't done all that I can do myself... honestly that suggestion is one I would be wise to hear, and yet I'm still in this chair... ok I'm getting up. Viva La Revolucion! . -------------GENERAL-------------- The voting results at the end are from: Sorry about all the fast text. YouTube's 10 minute cap really puts a damper on the video making process. Their video compression and conversion didn't help that out much either. Thank God for the pause button ...
  • CARLOS SANTANA FEAT. CHAD KROEGER - INTO THE NIGHT - LIVE / HQ CARLOS SANTANA FEAT. CHAD KROEGER - INTO THE NIGHT /LIVE - REMASTERED TO HQ/16:9 - "Into the Night" is the first single from Santana's 2007 compilation album, Ultimate Santana. The track features Chad Kroeger from "Nickelback", with whom he previously worked for "Why Don't You & I" from his album Shaman. It has received a considerable amount of airplay on VH1. Dania Ramirez of Heroes stars in the music video. The song has peaked at #26 in the United States of America and #4 in Australia. The song is frequently mis-attributed as a Nickelback song because of the prominent vocals by Kroeger, who wrote the song. A variety of Santana singles often feature guest vocalists. ..................................................................... Carlos Augusto Alves Santana (* 20. Juli 1947 in Autlán de Navarro, Jalisco) Mexiko. ..................................................................... Chad Robert Turton alias Chad Kroeger, (* 15. November 1974 in Hanna, Alberta) Kanada. ..................................................................... Lyrics: Like a gift from the heavens, it was easy to tell, It was love from above, like it saved me from hell, She had fire in her soul it was easy to see, And the devil himself could be pulled out of me, There were drums in the air as she started to dance, Every soul in the room keeping time with there hands, And we sang? (Chorus) Ay oh ay oh ay oh ay, And the voices bang like the angels sing, We`re singing? Ay oh ay oh ay oh ay, And ...
  • Rumors: Etienne Joly talks about misattributed paternity How Etienne discovered a paper debunking the urban myth of high rates of paternal discrepancy, and why he evaluated it for Faculty of 1000
  • INESSA GALANTE Ave Maria Caccini / Vladimir Vavilov - Christmas time - Read Info THANKS TO INESSA GALANTE and HERMAN BRAUN FOUNDATION in Latvia for permission to use the music. ===== Attention: Ave Maria is know as composed by Caccini; it is not. Vladimir Fyodorovich Vavilov coposed this in 1972 and it is recorded for label Melodyia as "Anonymous" For Pictures Inessa Galante watch some other tributes. ===== Infomation: Everybody name Ave Maria composed by Caccini. It is not. Ave Maria is a popular and much recorded aria by Vladimir Vavilov, generally misattributed to Giulio Caccini, and composed around 1970. Vavilov himself published and recorded it on the Melodiya label with the ascription to "Anonymous" in 1972. Read: ===== The Latvian soprano, Inessa (born in Riga) Galante, entered the Music Academy of Riga in 1977. She began her singing career while still a student and her unique voice was soon heard in the Riga Opera House, and then in other Eastern countries including Russia, where she became a regular singer at the Kirov Opera in St. Petersburg. She was able to visit the West on an official visit to the USA and Canada with a Latvian ensemble and it was her performance which the critics recorded with enthusiasm. Sir Yehudi Menuhin and Zubin Mehta were among those advising her to make a career in America but "in that time" as Inessa puts it "the wall between the two worlds was too high!". Of course, that wall came down and Inessa made her debut under contract from The Mannheim Opera in Germany in 1992, as Pamina in Mozart's Magic ...
  • Marianne Williamson's Daily Practice: Course of Miracles ( part 2/4) Marianne Williamson is an internationally acclaimed spiritual teacher and best-selling author. Her latest book, The Age of Miracles, hit #2 on the New York Times Bestseller list. Among her other nine published books, four of them, including A Return to Love, were #1 New York TimesBestsellers. A Return to Love is considered a must-read of The New Spirituality. A paragraph from that book, begins, "Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure," often misattributed to Nelson Mandela's Inaugural address, is considered an anthem for a contemporary generation of seekers. Marianne has been a popular guest on television programs such as Oprah,Larry King Live, Good Morning America and Charlie Rose.
  • Reissiger: Weber's Last Waltz / Fairy Waltz Carl Gottlieb Reissiger (1798-1859) was a near-contemporary of Schubert, who, like Beethoven, studied with Salieri in Vienna. He worked for most of his life at the Dresden court, where he succeeded Weber as Kapellmeister. He is best known today for 'Weber's Last Waltz' - so-called because a m***cript was found amongst Weber's papers at his death, and misattributed to him. This piece is well known for having been mentioned as Roderick Usher's favourite piece of music in Poe's 'The Fall of the House of Usher'! The Fairy Waltz was, per my Keith Prowse edition ' written as long ago as 1822 and published in 1824 [and] has always been a great favourite'. --------------------------------------- Played by Phillip Sear
  • Scarborough Fair Solo 212 Lynn Andersen performs the solo version of Mark Andersen's arrangement of Scarborough Fair. Mark Andersen's arrangement makes use of the original English melody, embraced by a modal theme to enhance the mysticism of the magical mood set by this arrangement. This old English melody is often mis-attributed to Simon & Garfunkel. But in actuality, it pre-dates them several Centuries. Both the Solo and Duo arrangement of Scarborough Fair are available from International Artists.
  • Wassenaer - Concerto "Armonici" No. 5 in F Minor WILHELM VAN WASSENAER (1692-1766) Concerto "armonici" No. 5 for strings and basso continuo in F minor 1. Adagio - largo 2. Da capella 3. Con sordino 4. A tempo giusto Performed by the Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra Directed by Ton Koopman *Unico Willem van Wassenaer, Count of the Empire, was a Dutch diplomat and composer. His most important surviving compositions are the Concerti Armonici, which until recently have been misattributed to the Italian composer Giovanni Battista Pergolesi (1710-1736). Unico Willem Van Wassenaer was born into a distinguished family of wealth, power and accomplishment, the house of Wassenaer. He studied law and other courses in Leiden and in 1723 married Dodonea Lucia van Goslinga (the daughter of Sicco van Goslinga), who gave him three children. Van Wassenaer occupied high diplomatic, military and commercial posts. It is known that he was respected not only as a diplomat but also as a musician. Between 1725 and 1740 he wrote the Concerti Armonici, but being a nobleman he did not want to publish them in his own name (or because he doubted his ability as a composer). The concertos were published in 1740 by the Italian violin player Carlo Ricciotti (16811756), to whom the concertos were attributed at first. Van Wassenaer has therefore been called "the mystery composer." The Polish composer Franciszek Lessel (17801838) asserted incorrectly that the concertos were written by Pergolesi. Since the style of the concertos is Italian, laid out in typical ...
  • Happy Rhodes - Queen's "Lily of the Valley" & "Possessed" Happy Rhodes doing a medley of Freddie Mercury's song "Lily of the Valley" and her own "Possessed". She starts the song with the capo still on her guitar from the previous song and starts singing in an impossibly high key, an (unintentional) demonstration of her tremendous vocal range. Happy's songs are sometimes misattributed as a duet between Annie Lennox and Kate Bush. Video shot with an old Sony Hi8 camcorder, handheld. So there is a bit of shake, but not much.
  • Dr David Pitches introduces Krebs mis-attributed to Bach After a charity organ recital for Dr David Pitches introduces us to a work of Krebs mis-attributed to Bach as an aperitif before dinner. Some people don't have dinner - so please can you visit http to see if you can contribute to the work of Medair in their efforts of relief in stricken parts of the world? If you are an organist or know one who would like to come and practice the organ on the instrument at Hammerwood Park, organists are always welcome. If you are interested in recitals, is the place to look.
  • Purcell: Z 184. Close thine eyes - Dawson, Harvey (Gardiner) Playlist (Devotional Works, II): Upon a Quiet Conscience: Close thine eyes, and sleep secure, Z 184 Sacred song for soprano, bass and basso continuo Text: Francis Quarles (15921644) Music: Henry Purcell (1659-1695) Published in the first book of 'Harmonia sacra' (London: Henry Playford, 1688) ___ Lynne Dawson, soprano Peter Harvey, baritone English Baroque Soloists, conducted by John Eliot Gardiner Recorded in January 1995 Pitch: A = 415 Hz ___ The score featured in this video is from 'Harmonia sacra', where the text is misattributed to Charles I. Marc D.
  • Unico van Wassenaer - Concerto Grosso no. 2 (1/2) Unico Willem van Wassenaer, Count of the Empire, (2 November 1692, Delden - 9 November 1766, The Hague) was a Dutch diplomat and composer. His most important surviving compositions are the Concerti Armonici, which until recently have been misattributed to the Italian composer Giovanni Battista Pergolesi (1710-1736). Unico Willem Van Wassenaer was born into a distinguished family of wealth, power and accomplishment, the House of Wassenaer. He studied law and other courses in Leiden and in 1723 married Dodonea Lucia van Goslinga (the daughter of Sicco van Goslinga), who gave him three children. Van Wassenaer occupied high diplomatic, military and commercial posts. It is known that he was respected not only as a diplomat but also as a musician. Between 1725 and 1740 he wrote the Concerti Armonici, but being a nobleman he did not want to publish them in his own name (or because he doubted his ability as a composer). The concertos were published in 1740 by the Italian violin player Carlo Ricciotti (16811756), to whom the concertos were attributed at first. Van Wassenaer has therefore been called "the mystery composer." The Polish composer Franciszek Lessel (17801838) asserted incorrectly that the concertos were written by Pergolesi. Since the style of the concertos is Italian, laid out in typical Roman fashion with four parts for violin and consisting of four parts instead of the Venetian three, they are comparable to works by Pietro Locatelli. However, in 1979-1980 a ...