This is my sons first movie made using Windows Media Player. Conell is only 6 years old and had Autism. He loves making movies and documentaries, so please leave him good comments and rate his first ever movie!!
The Connells' hit '74-'75 from the album Ring.
link to download: http://www.mediafire.com/?4myjomnnnyg
Track 11 of the album "Memories (Of Our Heroes)" Published in March 2017 by MIBASOUND Records This album was created in dedication to all our heroes Second Version is member of GEMA More information: www.secondversion.de
Download this song: http://laurenoconnell.bandcamp.com/track/out-of-focus-demo My Patreon page: http://www.patreon.com/laurenoconnell This is a new song of mine, and this recording is the first in an acoustic demo series I'll be doing while I work on my next studio release. Not all of the demos will be made into videos, so if you want to stay up to date on them, you can become a patron on Patreon, follow me on Bandcamp or Soundcloud, or subscribe to my email list via my website (http://laurenoconnell.com). Thanks! -------- Written/performed/produced by Lauren O'Connell I thought it might help if I could try limiting All of my thoughts to meaningless little things If I got hung up on some letter you wrote me go Outside imagine the weather in Tokyo But I'd get dragged down by the slightest connection Just fly off the tracks to some recollection Of a casual mention of a trip round the planet A phone call that I didn't get when you landed And how I still waited for you When you told me not to Still remember the things that you chose to leave out of focus Admire, compose, and pretend not to notice And in all of your messages, the intimate care that you Took to show you didn't wish I was there with you And of course I know what kind of beer we were drinking last Christmas When I asked you those things that were none of my business I think called you a liar but actually I was just mad that you wouldn't yell back at me And I never thanked you for that So thanks That's all you're gonna get It's been a long time, it's almost even easy I get days, even weeks where you vanish completely I know I'm free now of hating or wanting you I just hate that I still understand what I saw in you I just hate that I still understand what I saw in you
The Connells - Gladiator Heart Album - Old-School Dropouts Non-profit making promotion video All credits go to The Connells No copyright infringement intended
Naomi O'Connell and Brent Funderburk (piano) perform Rossini's song cycle "La Regata Veneziana" at the Steans Musical Institute at Ravinia: Anzoleta avanti la regata Anzoleta co passa la regatta (03:36) Anzoleta dopo la regata (06:05) Song translations: http://www.recmusic.org/lieder/assemble_texts.html?SongCycleId=966 Hailed by the New York Times as "a radiant mezzo-soprano," Naomi O'Connell is the First Prize Winner of the 2011 Concert Artists Guild Victor Elmaleh Competition, and she also garnered First Prize at the Altamura/Caruso International Voice Competition, which took place just two weeks after CAG's 60th Annual International competition in October. In the past year, Ms. O'Connell performed with the New York Festival of Song in their 'Roadtrip' concert at Alice Tully Hall, where critics hailed her performance as "evocative, appealing and expressive". In January, she performed for the Juilliard FOCUS! Festival, which was be podcast worldwide by WQXR's Q2 channel. Ms. O'Connell made her Lincoln Center debut last March in the Juilliard Honors Recital at Alice Tully Hall with pianist Brent Funderburk. She spent the summer 2011 at the Marlboro Music Festival in Vermont and the Steans Musical Institute at Ravinia where performed chamber music including Ravel's Chansons Madécasses, Strauss' Op. 27 songs, Rossini's La Regata Veneziana and Bernstein's Arias and Barcarolles. Upcoming engagements include the role of Zerlina in the Juilliard Opera production of Don Giovanni in April 2012, and her professional operatic debut in the UK next June, singing the title role in La Périchole with Garsington Opera. Brought up in County Clare, Ireland, Ms. O'Connell holds a Masters in Music Degree from The Juilliard School and is currently pursuing the Artist Diploma in Opera Studies program with voice teacher Dr. Robert White. The Irish Arts Council generously supports her studies and she has been awarded the Maurice R. Boyd Scholarship for Vocal Studies and the Makiko Narumi Prize for outstanding mezzo-soprano by The Juilliard School. She has performed in venues throughout Ireland and Europe including the European Parliament (Strasbourg), St. Giles Cathedral (Edinburgh), First Presbyterian Church (Belfast), University Concert Hall (Limerick), St. Patrick's Cathedral (Dublin), Áras an Uachtaráin and the National Concert Hall. Her recordings have been broadcasted on RTE television, RTE Radio One, Clare FM and Lyric FM. Following her acceptance to The Juilliard School in April 2008, Ms. O'Connell performed on The Late Late Show, RTE Television, singing Macushla, a song made famous by Irish tenor John McCormack. Concert repertoire performed includes Bernstein's Arias and Barcarolles, Mahler's Rückert Lieder, Mozart's Requiem & Mass in C Minor, Brahms' Viola Songs Op.91, Bach's Weihnachtsoratorium and Elgar's The Music Makers. Ms. O'Connell has performed in master classes with artists such as Dame Gwyneth Jones, Joyce DiDonato, Sir Thomas Allen, Malcolm Martineau, Roger Vignoles and Ann Murray.
Download my EP here -- http://rizzacabrera.com/ This is just a draft recording, hopefully it'll be in my next EP/album/whatever Lyrics: I am me You are you He is she Oh, what do do? When you learn that we're all too alike Out of spite, we take off into the night Search for the clues It's a tiring truth When you learn we're all bruised Do you bruise just as I do? Marking trails Claiming finds What is theirs now once was mine Not a thought lives in one mind alone Cold as stone, we deny we share our own Wicked ruse It's a tiring truth When you learn we're all bruised Do you bruise just as I do? Do you choose just as I choose? Is there still more to lose When we learn we're all... Bruised as hell I can tell You were once in my old shell Yet a mirror of everything new Ringing true, it's a shame we're all attuned To pose enthused It's a tiring truth When you learn we're all bruised But I suppose it's nothing unordinary Not too contemporary Truth is it comes and goes just as it pleases It's a tiring truth When you learn we're all bruised Should you bruise just as I do? Should you choose just as I choose? Is there still more to lose When we learn we're all bruised Blogs! http://rizzacabrera.blogspot.com/ http://rizzacabrera.tumblr.com/ Music-y stuff! http://soundcloud.com/rizzacabrera http://rizzacabrera.bandcamp.com/ Other stuff! http://youtube.com/2071208 - I post on this alternate channel sometimes http://twitter.com/cabreezzah http:// formspring.me/rizzacabrera - ask me stuff! Follow my other bands: "House of Hamsters" http://www.facebook.com/HouseofHamsters Tweet us! - http://twitter.com/HouseOfHamsters There will be songs here soon - http://soundcloud.com/HouseOfHamsters We'll be posting videos soon - http://youtube.com/HouseOfHamsters "Walkie Talkies" http://www.facebook.com/WalkieTalkies http://www.twitter.com/WalkieTalkiesPH THE SOUND CIRCLE: http://youtube.com/thesoundcircle http://twitter.com/thesoundcircle