Copacabana - Helena Vondráčková Karaoke tip

Copacabana - Helena Vondráčková Karaoke tip

Helena Vondráčková - Copacabana - karaoke tip pro vlastní karaoke DVD, mrkni sem: www.karaoke-zabava.cz. Celé video je též na www.musicer.net, tady z důvodu ochrany autorských práv jsou jen kousky.

Helena Vondráčková - Copacabana - oficiální videoklip

Helena Vondráčková - Copacabana - oficiální videoklip

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Adele - Someone Like You Karaoke

Adele - Someone Like You Karaoke

Karaoké instrumental de Someone Like You.

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01-Teď královnou jsem já-Monika Absolonová

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Helena Vondráčková - To tehdy padal déšť (live 2002)

Helena Vondráčková - To tehdy padal déšť (live 2002)

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This is BRAZIL - Copacabana - RIO DE JANEIRO.avi

This is BRAZIL - Copacabana - RIO DE JANEIRO.avi

Copacabana ist einer der bekanntesten Stadtteile Rio de Janeiros, der direkt zwischen dem Atlantik und den mit Favelas bevölkerten Granitfelsen liegt und über einen vier Kilometer langen Sandstrand verfügt. Laut Berichten erhielt der Stadtteil seinen Namen durch Marienkunstwerke, die aus dem gleichnamigen, als Wallfahrtsort weit bekannten Copacabana am Titicacasee in Bolivien eingeführt wurden. Dessen Name wird einerseits aus der Indiosprache kommend mit "Sicht auf den See" erklärt, könnte sich aber auch vom Namen einer frühzeitlichen Wassergottheit, die ähnlich einer Aphrodite oder Venus war, herleiten. Der halbmondförmige Strand mit der Promenade wird auch „Princesinha do Mar (Kleine Meerprinzessin) genannt und sah in den 1930er, 1940er und 1950er Jahren sein goldenes Zeitalter. Als Stadtteil der Bohème, des Reichtums und des Glanzes ist Copacabana zum Thema vieler Musikstücke, Bücher und Bilder geworden. Das Viertel verfügt über viele gute Restaurants, Kinos und Theater. Durch die sukzessive Ersetzung der Villen durch zehn- bis zwölfstöckige Wohnblocks hat die Bevölkerungsdichte seit den 1970er Jahren stark zugenommen. Daher ist Copacabana heute sehr überfüllt, trotzdem ist es eines der attraktivsten Viertel mit seinen mehr als 70 Hotels, die viele Touristen anziehen. Copacabana ist 5,08 km² groß und weist momentan mit 34.000 Bewohnern pro km² die höchste Bevölkerungsdichte Rios auf. Die Copacabana ist zugleich ein bekanntes Vergnügungsviertel. Besonders nach Einbruch der Dunkelheit ist Vorsicht geboten. Wer sein Barvermögen offen zeigt, geht ein Risiko ein. Auch sollte man nachts wenig belebte Seitenstraßen meiden, ebenfalls einen Spaziergang direkt am Wasser. In den letzten Jahren kam es vermehrt zur Bildung von Jugendbanden, die gezielt Touristen ausrauben. Diese Banden werden von den Einheimischen „Utes genannt. Am Strand von Copacabana traten am 18.Februar 2006 die Rolling Stones vor über einer halben Million Zuhörer auf, wobei kein Eintrittspreis erhoben wurde. Ebenfalls kostenlos war am 7. Juli 2007 ein Konzert im Rahmen des Live Earth-Festivals. Mit Hilfe von roten Luftballons wurde im Juni 2008 in einer aufsehenerregenden Aktion auf dem Strandareal signalisiert, dass bis dahin im Jahr 2008 bereits 4.000Einwohner Rio de Janeiros durch Schusswaffen starben. Quelle: www.wikipedia.org

Když muž se ženou snídá - Karel Gott Karaoke tip

Když muž se ženou snídá - Karel Gott Karaoke tip

Karel Gott - Když muž se ženou snídá - karaoke tip pro vlastní karaoke DVD, mrkni sem: www.karaoke-zabava.cz. Celé video je též na www.musicer.net, tady z důvodu ochrany autorských práv jsou jen kousky.

Barry Manilow - Copacabana (At The Copa) Arista Records 1978

Barry Manilow - Copacabana (At The Copa) Arista Records 1978

"Copacabana" also known as "Copacabana (At the Copa)", is a 1978 song which was sung by Barry Manilow and written by Manilow, Jack Feldman, Bruce Sussman and backing vocalist Ginger Blake, Laura Creamer and Linda Dillard. The song was inspired by a conversation between Manilow and Sussman at the Copacabana Hotel in Rio de Janeiro, when they discussed whether there had ever been a song called "Copacabana". After returning to the US, Manilow — who, in the 1960s, had been a regular visitor to the Copacabana nightclub in New York City — suggested that Sussman and Feldman write the lyrics to a story song for him. They did so, and Manilow supplied the music. The song's lyrics refer to a famous night club, the Copacabana: "at the Copa, Copacabana, the hottest spot north of Havana". The beginning is set in the late 1940s and tells the story of Lola, a showgirl, and her lover Tony, a bartender at the club who she loses in a fight with Rico, a Mafia boss who takes an interest in Lola, calls her over to his table (most likely to try to seduce her); in response, Tony tries to protect Lola from Rico, and in the ensuing fight one of the men shoots the other. The ending is set thirty years later in the 1970s, where the club has been transformed into a disco. Lola has grown old and is alone and insane, pining for her lost love Tony. The recording was used as incidental music in the 1978 movie Foul Play, which starred Chevy Chase and Goldie Hawn, and has been featured in over a dozen other films since. The single version clocks in at 4:08, the Extended Disco version is titled "Copacabana (At The Copa) (Disco)" and is 5:46. As opposed to a commercial 12" single, the extended version was on the flip side of the 45 and can also be found on Manilow's first Greatest Hits double album. It debuted on Billboard magazine's Top 40 chart on July 7, 1978, and peaked at #8. It peaked at #42 in the United Kingdom the same year. The track was Manilow's first gold single for a song he recorded and released. Additionally, the lyrics to "Copacabana" earned Manilow his first and only Grammy Award for Pop Male Vocalist in February 1979. Manilow released a Spanish version titled "Copacabana (En El Copa)" shortly after the English version was released. Though popular in dance clubs catering to Latin audiences, the Spanish version failed to chart on Billboard's Hot 100 chart. In 1985, Manilow and his collaborators Bruce Sussman and Jack Feldman expanded the song into a full length, made-for-television musical, also called Copacabana, writing many additional songs and expanding the plot suggested by the song. This film version was then further expanded by Manilow, Feldman, and Sussman into a full-length, two-act stage musical that ran at the Prince of Wales Theatre on London's West End for two years prior to a lengthy tour of the UK. An American production was later mounted that toured the US for over a year. Over 200 productions of the show have since been mounted worldwide. Barry Manilow is an American singer-songwriter, arranger, musician, and producer with a career that has spanned over 50 years. He is best known for a long string of hit recordings such as "Mandy", "Can't Smile Without You", and "Copacabana (At the Copa)". Her name was Lola, she was a showgirl With yellow feathers in her hair and a dress cut down to there She would merengue and do the cha-cha And while she tried to be a star Tony always tended bar Across the crowded floor, they worked from 8 til 4 They were young and they had each other Who could ask for more? [Chorus] At the copa (CO!) Copacabana (Copacabana) The hottest spot north of Havana (here) At the copa (CO!) Copacabana Music and passion were always the fashion At the copa.... they fell in love His name was Rico He wore a diamond He was escorted to his chair, he saw Lola dancing there And when she finished,he called her over But Rico went a bit to far Tony sailed across the bar And then the punches flew and chairs were smashed in two There was blood and a single gun shot But just who shot who? [Chorus] At the copa (CO!) Copacabana (Copacabana) The hottest spot north of Havana (here) At the copa (CO!) Copacabana Music and passion were always the fashion At the copa... she lost her love Copa, Copacabana, Copacabana ahh Copa, Copacabana, like in Havana, Copacabana Music and passion always in fashion Her name is Lola, she was a showgirl, But that was 30 years ago, when they used to have a show Now it's a disco, but not for Lola, Still in dress she used to wear, Faded feathers in her hair She sits there so refined, and drinks herself half-blind She lost her youth and she lost her Tony Now she's lost her mind [Chorus] At the copa (CO!) Copacabana (Copacabana) The hottest spot north of Havana (here) At the copa (CO!) Copacabana Music and passion were always the fashion At the copa... don't fall in love Don't fall in love Copa Copacabana (repeat)

Helena Vondráčková - Malovaný džbánku - z recitálu maďarské televize (1975) - 2. část

Helena Vondráčková - Malovaný džbánku - z recitálu maďarské televize (1975) - 2. část

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