A Tribute to the Disney Renaissance Please read the description. THIS VIDEO IS PURELY FAN-MADE AND IS NOT ASSOCIATED WITH THE MUSICAL ARTIST OR THE WALT DISNEY COMPANY IN ANY WAY. A compilation of scenes from the greatest Disney movies of our generation, set to the song "It's All Coming Back to Me Now." I deliberately took some liberties with this in terms of what constitutes the Disney Renaissance era (generally considered to be from 1989 to 1999). There were moments in later movies (particularly in The Little Matchgirl) that I felt invoked the same magic, poignancy, and beauty as in the Renaissance Era films, which is why I decided to include those as well. As with the Renaissance period of human history, the period doesn't so much end on a single date as it gradually trails off. At least, that's my take on it. CAUTION: Contains spoiler from The Little Matchgirl. "It's All Coming Back to Me Now," performed by Celine Dion, belongs to Columbia and Epic Records. All clips featured in this AMV belong to the Walt Disney Company. Full-Length Features: The Little Mermaid (1989) The Rescuers Down Under (1990) Beauty and the Beast (1991) Aladdin (1992) The Lion King (1994) Pocahontas (1995) The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1996) Hercules (1997) Mulan (1998) Tarzan (1999) Fantasia 2000 (2000) Atlantis: The Lost Empire (2001) Shorts: One by One (2004) The Little Matchgirl (2006)
AMV Atmospheric anime intro mixture: street poignancy Footage mashup for a presentation in a high school about the joy of reading comics from the world over - the intimate feeling of reading isn't easy to express on a projector screen in a hall full of people, so I edited this together as an atmospheric metaphor. There are manga versions of all show involved, so it works. Tune: second ending theme from Heat Guy J; "Hikari" - by Saeko Chiba Footage from: Heat Guy J, Nana, Paradise Kiss, Princess Tutu, Captain Harlock, Bleach
Beatles: The Long and Winding Road poignant harmonies freddykaren's webcam video October 02, 2010, 05:40 PM Frederic Kahler in a Mickey Mouse T-shirt Beatles: The Long and Winding Road poignant harmonies
The "Where Are You?" Archetype An individual is an angel, part of there higher self collective resonance, separated and thrust into the front lines of Creation. The angel enters a polarity matrix and takes upon the veil of forgetfulness so that the angel's choices to intimately align with the resonances of their inner song, their inner truth, are meaningful, powerful and poignant. To actualize co-creating actively, in Freedom through the cadences of the higher love. When the angel chooses to remember from "within" and bypasses learning from "without" it is very profound because the angel had abundant freedom and chooses in intimacy to resonate with highest resonances of love of All That Is. But the polarities can become confounding and send one into vertigo, and banish the angel from their inner song and thus fall from their majestic grace. Understanding that to fall from grace is only to deliver greater poignancy in the love and passion in the reunion. The angel must remember that when they are in vertigo "I love you" sounds like " woe, where are you"... but realize and remember that oneness calls out "I love you!"... Remember this; so that you may never succumb to "shame" or "judgements" --- instead the angel shall realign with their inner cadencse of All That Is with abundance and bliss to Active Co-Create along the material teir.
Spring Awakening - The Guilty Ones Music Video The official Guilty Ones Music Video from the Broadway production of Spring Awakening. WINNER 8 TONY AWARDS INCLUDING BEST MUSICAL! Broadway's most talked about new musical is now the biggest Tony Award Winner in years. SPRING AWAKENING is the groundbreaking fusion of morality, ***uality and rock & roll that has awakened Broadway like no other musical in years. Winner of 8 Tony Awards, including BEST MUSICAL, SPRING AWAKENING celebrates the unforgettable journey from youth to adulthood with a power,a poignancy and a passion you will never forget. We agree with the NY Times "Broadway may never be the same again!" "HAUNTING AND ELECTRIFYING! This brave new musical has a shivery sensual allure unmatched by anything in the theatre right now." --Charles Isherwood, The New York Times Footage from the original Broadway cast. Now on tour and on Broadway. For more information, visit
"LASSIE"/"JEFF'S COLLIE": "FRIENDSHIP", 9/16/56 - 2/3 "Lassie"/"Jeff's Collie": "Friendship", 9/16/56 - Pt. 2 of 3 - Jeff is angry, and not a little jealous, when he finds Lassie has been "sneaking" off to visit Mr. Mueller, the "enemy". However, she visits him again, only to find him gravely ill with pnemonia. When she tries to get help, Jeff, being unaware of the situation, is at first reluctant, but finally follows Lassie and checks on Mr. Mueller. Tommy Rettig, Jan Clayton, George Cleveland and Otto Waldis.
Poignancy (poetry) April, 24th 2008 'Poignancy' The journey in silence and solitude Came to fetch you unexpectedly All those past days I have ventured And now your appearance I think about Sweetly, lovingly and tenderly I knew No other being like your way of being It was our Diana who found me In unknown street of my adventures This mountain I am climbing Is yet to reach its narrow peak This valley I am walking through Full of never-ending unpredictable thorns I so far have along with me Two master pieces of artworks I am truly sorry my dearest You will never see my works I crowned one treasure Alexandra The precious other is Christopher At present I am left in such loneliness Feeling shattered without your existence And those master pieces you left behind Are much fragile and yet to bloom They think you are only sleeping They think you are on a long rest They are in tears for others are so You left them here well and healthy Seven wondrous beauties from your love From today the seven days in a week Yourself, we will very much long for You, the gone rainbow we will cry for A cousin, brother, son, uncle, nephew A husband, a lover, a father, a gentleman My dearest, I painfully weep tears of agony I cross cold icy river of torturous emotions Tonight I feel a little strong to write you This untouchable undefined poignancy The note which you will never read My words that I will never send you The letter about my love and pain for you Saul my beloved cousin, Saul my friend You took your departure ...
Poignancy of the poppy appeal Why the small red flowers are as relevant as ever
The Great British Underground Art Film Part 7 OK, the sound has pretty much gone on this section of the tape, which is a shame because I recall much jokes and joking from this section of the evening, and I think it was all ska on the Jubilee juke. So there's a kind of poignancy arising from poignancy lost, for me anyway.
Paul Newman Plastic Jesus "Cool Hand Luke" lyrics cover A lovely simple old song given great poignancy by Paul Newman's powerful performance...and.. my bike is just there for me to look at.
Dying, To Be Reborn ---All things come to an end. This moment, this breath, this life. This sentence. An experience in Thailand, staying at the Hintok River Camp. Four days of Heaven. A tropical rain falling. The morning I leave, reflecting on my time there. On my time here. On the tender sweet poignancy of our tenuous existence.
An Immaculate Love Story If we learn the nature of our true essence and then Re-Unite, then our LOVE would be rendered far more profound because it is then actualized love, while in our angelic state behind the veil we had love, but it was not the higher Love, unconditional Love, true Love, because behind the veil it is so obvious that Love is All That It. So the angel enters in to the fractured matrix called earth consciousness to discover the passion and truth of their Love from the perspective of actualization. And this is a beautiful drama, a beautiful LOVE STORY, in that by understanding from the perspective of "without" we uncover the poignancy of the higher love "within". In this fashion our choices are sacred, our choices are poignant, our choices are intimate expressions of All That Is in its highest cadence.
Live Premiere- "Synthphonic Poignancy" From the Atlanta Composers Group "Unseen Forces" concert on January 28, 2008, watch my introduction to this 1999 composition before its' first live performance.
Theatre Shkidy, St-Petersburg, Russia The Lyrical and kind underlying theme is clearly felt in every scene of the play. Theatre Shkidy, an award-winning visual and physical theatre company, in their show, combines poetic poignancy, visual beauty, and philosophical art, resulting in a lyrical, beautifully crafted, and stunning performance.
Elysium - Poignancy A song from my old band Elysium
SCTV, 1/17/84 - "STARS IN ONE" (BROCK LINAHAN & SR. WENCES' HAND-PUPPET) SCTV, 1/17/84 - "Stars in One" - Brock Linahan conducts an in-depth - and poignant - interview with Sr. Wences' hand-puppet. Brock wants a little kiss, but is rejected. Martin Short.
"Unseen Forces": Skutle - "Synthphonic Poignancy" Filmed on January 28, 2008 at the "Unseen Forces: Electronic Music by Atlanta Composers" concert put on by Atlanta Composers Group. About Brian Skutle: Brian Skutle's passion is for storytelling, be it through music, film, or creative writing, with the story dictating the medium that best brings it to life. In his music though, it may not be a specific story that inspires him but a feeling. A sense of longing. Of mystery. Of tension. Of serenity. Of sensuality. Of something beyond the humdrum normalcy of life, though sometimes his goal is to just compose for the fun of creating. Inspired by storytellers of all forms, select examples of Brian's personal expressions, and several of his film reviews and commentaries, are found at www.sonic-. About the Piece: Composed in 1999, "Synthphonic Poignancy" is a canon built around a theme derived from a small, four-note motif heard in an episode of "Buffy the Vampire Slayer." Written by long-time series composer Christophe Beck, the motif is little more than a minor piece of underscore, but it resonated with me and inspired the following composition, which I look at as a work more interested in texture and mood than musical technique, a trait it shares with many pieces of mine. Available on the CD "Creative Beginnings."
"Synthphonic Poignancy" Video Featuring photos taken by Julie Drake and Jennifer Myers, my 1999 composition "Synthphonic Poignancy" takes on new emotional depths through the visuals that accompany the piece. Part of the video presentation of the Atlanta Composers' Group "Unseen Forces" concert.
Poignancy - The Revolutionary Commandos of the Third Secret of Fatima Poignancy by the Revolutionary Commandos of the Third Secret of Fatima, a gothic dark-wave electro two piece group based in Monaghan, Ireland.
2009 THE ENDING OF ALL CYCLES You have no doubt heard the poignant statement, We are human beings having a spiritual experience and we are spiritual beings having a human experience. Have you pondered the poignancy of that statement? Children know this, but as we gather indoctrinations and adaptations, we forget who we truly are. As a result of the societal indoctrinations and adaptations, our spiritual experiences are clouded over. Those invisible playmates we once delighted in interacting with were shoved aside because we were told they do not really exist, that we are limited beings with only one earthly life to live. There is enormous pressure to conform to religious beliefs and our spiritual self is soon lost within the religious edicts, rituals and dogma. Thus, we lose touch with our full potential, forgetting that we are spiritual beings having a human experience. Fortunately, many people are reawakening to the truth of who they truly are. Emissaries of Light, such as: Wayne Dyer, Deepak Chopra, Neale Donald Walsch, Caroline Myss, Marianne Williamson, Louise Hay, James Redfield, Don Miguel, Don Jose Luis Ruiz, Eckhart Tolle, James Twyman, et al are creating large-scale changes in the world. You need to access the light of who you truly are in order to not only survive but thrive as the masses shift into a new order of consciousness. As the changes around you continue in rapid progression, you will want to be able to trust your own ability to sense what is taking place and how you can best ...
Nodar Kumaritashvili Memorial - Fearless Hero This song and dedication to Nodar Kumaritashvili is by Melissa Mulder-Albertson, the Placard Bearer for Team Georgia at the 2010 Opening Ceremonies in Vancouver. She was so moved by the tragedy, and the grief of the athletes, she felt compelled to do something in his memory and to honour not only Nodar, but his team mates and family. Melissa Mulder-Albertson is a singer-songwriter from Vancouver, whose new album is in the final stages of mixing and mastering. She chose this song because of the incredible poignancy of the words. May this tribute to Nodar be a blessing to his grieving family, friends and country. This song is now available for download at CD Baby, with net proceeds going to a memorial fund in Nodar's name. as well as iTunes!
Poignancy! A poignant day
Yao Chen: String Quartet --Afterglow 姚晨弦乐四重奏：余烬 String Quartet (2005 ) Afterglow Silence Ricochet, ricochet and ricochet climbs Melting and saturating. Afterglow sees her shadows among noises. Where silence is flowing through We hear silence. Shadows Me with my shadows, Shadows with their shadows. Tomorrows fading away, Bygones soaking Into evanescent triads, I shimmer in shadows Poignancy A deepened night, Shadows vibrating Silence lingering Kindled poignancy ... Shadows have been taken away by wind, Silence has lost his voice among noises, We pine for the twilight glow of the sky, We yearn for the fugitive triads, We are in afterglow. more information at
Brahms - Symphony No.3 - Poco Allegretto The third movement of the Symphony No.3 by Brahms, in a recording by the Berlin Philharmonic under the legendary conductor Wilhelm Furtwangler. This movement contains one of Brahms's most delectable melodies, tender, wistful, rich in poignancy. I have tried to select photos that will fit well with the overall mood of the piece. I hope you enjoy it. The recording is a live one, so there is some (very minor) audience noise. It's hardly distracting. If you have any comments or suggestions please contact me...
Dead Like Me- Explaining Death A clip from "Dead Like Me" where George and company try to explain to a mentally ill woman that she has died and needs to move on.
The Road Life - Trailer A boy and a young woman take a ride together to reach a destination.In the process they experience something called life. The film explores life in a metaphysical form of human relationship with all its humour, poignancy, happiness, regret, longing and everything else. Film Length: 16m:32sec
How To Live Forever (Trailer) In HOW TO LIVE FOREVER, Director Mark Wexler embarks on a worldwide trek to investigate just what it means to grow old and what it could mean to really live forever. But whose advice should he take? Does 94-year-old exercise guru Jack LaLanne have all the answers, or does Buster, a 101-year-old chain-smoking, beer-drinking marathoner? What about futurist Ray Kurzweil, a laughter yoga expert, or an elder *** star? Wexler explores the viewpoints of delightfully unusual characters alongside those of health, fitness and life-extension experts in this engaging new documentary, which challenges our notions of youth and aging with comic poignancy. Begun as a study in life-extension, How To Live Forever evolves into a thought-provoking examination of what truly gives life meaning.
Bell's End - Episode Fringe 2.22 Willian Bell sacrifice's himself to help the team get back scene from Over There Part Two. Fringe belongs to Warner Bros. Entertainment NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT intended.
Poignant Faye Dunaway Scene in The First Deadly Sin To layer this particular scene with poignancy, Faye Dunaway added personal lines to the original script.
Bigron & Clyde Built (feat Amy Maltman- ballet improvisation) "A Soldier's Farewell" An original song by Ronnie Collins performed by Clyde Built at Bonhill Church's 20th anniversary concert. A beautiful poignant song inspired by a letter written to Ronnie's mother by his father. A lovely ballet improvisation by Amy Maltman adds to the poignancy of this song
Music of Poignancy & Passion A look back at the third concert set of the 2010- 2011 season of the Marin Symphony. Dates Sunday, January 30, 2011 at 7:30pm Tuesday, February 1, 2011 at 7:30pm Performers Alasdair Neale, conductor Robin Sutherland, piano Program HAYDN Symphony No. 49, "La Passione" MOZART Piano Concerto in C Major, K. 503 MOZART Symphony No. 41, "Jupiter"
The Selected Works of TS Spivet by Reif Larsen - relea... Visit the official site at . A captivating, loveable novel of stunning originality and poignancy about a 12-year-old genius mapmaker: set to be an international bestseller. Sold at auction in 18 countries and counting, THE SELECTED WORKS OF TS SPIVET is a novel like no other. Harvill Secker fought off bids from eight other UK publishers to acquire UK & Commonwealth rights to Reif Larsens hugely original debut. Stuart Williams, Senior Editor at Harvill Secker said, It is a perfect gem of a novel, a true one-off that defies comparisons which will delight a huge range of readers. TS Spivet is a 12-year-old genius mapmaker who lives on a ranch in Montana. His father is a silent cowboy and his mother is a scientist who for the last twenty years has been looking for a mythical species of beetle. His brother has gone, his sister seems normal but might not be, and his dog Verywell is going mad. Its odd, but then families are. TS makes sense of it all by drawing beautiful, meticulous maps kept in innumerable colour-coded notebooks: maps of the countryside, maps of his familys behaviour, maps of animal and plant life. He is brilliant, and the Smithsonian Institution agrees, though when they telephone with news that he has won a major scientific prize they dont suspect for a minute that he is twelve years old. So begins TSs life-changing adventure, fleeing in the dead of night, riding freight trains two thousand miles across America how else do 12-year-olds get to ...
RAW FOOTAGE: Poignancy as Democrats open convention Michelle Obama paid tribute to her husband on Monday, as the historic Democratic convention opened in Denver. Cancer-stricken liberal icon Edward Kennedy used the occasion to pass his dynasty's torch of idealism to Barack Obama.
Johnny Mathis : "Yellow Roses On Her Gown" and in conversation. Song at 3:15 ( The Mathis Magic ) The Mathis Magic was a short series Johnny recorded for the BBC and consisted of concert performances from his autumn 1981 British tour, studio performances and conversation pieces with Noel Edmonds and was televised in April 1982. Johnny talks about the woman who mentored him in his early years. "Yellow Roses On Her Gown" is a beautiful and poignant song written by Michael Moore and knowing something of his own story adds greater depth and poignancy to the song. His Father was a defence lawyer who defended those victimised by the Mc Carthy witch hunt. Consequently his Father was himself persecuted and was forced to uproot his family and move away. I would also recommend checking out "lenoremewton" channel for another stunning performance of this song Johnny made in the late 70s.
PUNCH ME IN THE STOMACH, starring Deb Filler, highlites from one woman show, theatre & film Highlights from the humorously told, poignant story of one survivor of Auschwitz who made his home after the war in New Zealand. Accompanied on a whirlwind tour of Eastern European death camps, (not your normal family vacation) by his comedienne daughter, Deb, this powerful solo theatre piece which alternates between howlingly funny and disarmingly poignant, recreates the diverse eclectic experiences of Filler's far-flung family. She magically transforms herself into character after character. "New Zealand, land of no blintzes" is where she grew up in Antipodean safety. This is the story of a Holocaust survivor with a difference. Holocaust and Humor? Yes, these stories mould themselves into a comic repertoire which is daring and delicate. Black humor at its absolute best. "Filler is a complete chameleon, transforming herself instantly into dozens of relatives and accents...exhilarating and liberating." - The Independent, London "Ms Filler has turned to theatre, to writing, to art, in an effort to sort through the experience of growing up in a family with memories too terrible to speak of " - New York Times "Extraordinary work, an extraordinary story-teller...we laugh, we weep." - Village Voice "Magnificent.....extraordinary...dazzling...stunning". The press note says she does '35 plus characters'. But I was laughing, crying, thinking and feeling too hard to count." - The Boston Globe "Consistently clever...extraordinary...tour de force." - Philadelphia Inquirer "It is the ...
Tiverton Parade & Wreath Laying on Remembrance Sunday 2009 TIVERTONIANS gathered in their hundreds to remember those who make the ultimate sacrifice for their country. Girl Guides to ex-servicemen joined the parade lead by the Tiverton Town Band who made their way from the Town Hall to St Peters Church for the remembrance service. The church was full of people, and town clerks handed out over 700 hymn sheets. Rev Rover Gordon who led the service said: St Peters was full of young and old this morning as we gathered to remember the fallen of the two world wars, and all the conflicts since. There was a special poignancy today, because of the deaths this week in Afghanistan, and its a very difficult time for very many people, and we must remember those of the past, and those of today, and do our best to build a better future for all people. The day has been made more significant by the recent losses of British servicemen fighting in Afghanistan. The latest deaths bring the number of UK service personnel killed in Afghanistan since 2001 to 232. Outside the Memorial Hall, 31 wreaths were laid, and a two minutes silence was held. His worship, the Mayor of Tiverton, Cllr Paul Graham, spoke to the congregation in church, and laid the first wreath, he said: It was a very poignant day, and very moving as it always is, but with so many different anniversaries being commemorated this year, it makes that service a little bit more significant. I was very proud to lay the wreath on behalf of the town, and it was something I was looking forward ...
Snowman Video Edit This is an edited version of "Snowman" as performed by a group of dorm room guys from the University of Scranton. This song is a poignant exploraiton of the mind of a Snowman and the true alienation one must feel when facing real people. "You don't even know man..." Original version:
Jeffery Salter - Photographer Photographer Jeffery Salter captures poignancy in the familiar and commonness in the extraordinary. From housewives in Uganda, to world-renown celebrities, he has dedicated his life to telling untold stories. Moving between silver-base media to digital media, Salter has never lost sight of the importance of tending to his images. This passion both in front and behind the lens has not gone unnoticed. His work has appeared in many editorial magazines like Vibe, Essence, People, Rolling Stone and Forbes. He has been a staff photographer for Sports Illustrated Magazine and The New York Times. His work has appeared in nine photography books and five Day in the Life books. His fine art photography has been exhibited at the Brooklyn Museum of Art, The Smithsonian and the Corcoran Gallery of Art. A World Press award winner, he has also received honors from, Pictures of the Year and the Communication Arts annual. A blend of passion, talent, and success, Jeffery Salter remains a humble artist: "Not every photograph is going to change the world, but the most significant are those that show how we all are connected." In front of his lens, carpenters become kings and emperors become commoners, striking a resonating chord of humanity with each shot. For more information about him, and his work visit:
Singer-songwriter Kelly Joe Phelps weaves a plaintive ... With roots in folk and country-blues, Kelly Joe Phelps serves up music the Washington Post says is brimming with "poignancy, passion and spirituality." Live on the Pop!Tech stage, the distinctive singer-songwriter coaxes satin-smooth melodies fom his guitar, while his raw, honest voice delivers heartfelt lyrics.
Third Night Afterglow's second film. Bask in the poignancy.
What do kids wish for? What Do Kids Wish For reveals the magic and poignancy of childhood wishes. Pony Pal author, Jeanne Betancourt, invites 3rd graders to make a wish. Inspired by her children's novel, Ava Tree and the Wishes Three, which they had recently read. The novel, wonderfully illustrated by Angela Dominguez, is a warm and wise tale of a girl, her pet rabbit, and the power of wishes. Ava Tree learns that there are limits to even the strongest magic. In this bittersweet story Betancourt addresses complicated issues with great insight and humor, and in a straightforward, sympathetic manner. It is a timeless tale that is full of magic in the telling. In the video, the kids' wishes are comical, poignant, and revealing. What do you wish for? Jeanne Betancourt is the author of many award-winning books for children and young adults, including Pony Pals, a chapter book series that has sold more than ten million worldwide. Angela Dominguez is an illustrator, author, and educator. Video Director, camera, editor Nicole Betancourt. Sound design Bray Poor. Twiiter AuthorJeanne