[starttext]Amira Halak, junto a la orquesta Kalahary( Nqn)[endtext]
[starttext]Amira Halak, junto a la orquesta Kalahary( Nqn)[endtext]
[starttext]Grupo: KALAHARY (Devra, Fabian Gallina, Gonzalo Rodriguez)
Canción: MISIRLOU (chica egipcia)
Programa de TV: EUFONIA
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[starttext]Dinossauro en vivo en el Roxy live, abriendo su show con el clasico de Dick Dale, "misirlou"[endtext]
[starttext]Christina Bethani and Rebet Asker
5 April 2010
[starttext]Filmed at the Thames Festival in 2007. [endtext]
[starttext]All - female string quartet Violeqtra plays Misirlou..[endtext]
[starttext]January 1996 Dick Dale playing Misirlou [endtext]
[starttext]Rebel Shaman Orchestra "ProRock"
(St. Petersburg) -Miserlou
Guitar : Andrey Dyatloy
Live in Zhest club Moscow 1 May 2009
[starttext]Power Acustico ao vivo no Café Aurora (SP), dia 31/05/2008[endtext]
[starttext]Passage aux Victoires de la Musique du Quatuor Ebène dans leur propre arrangement de la bande originale du film Pulp Fiction sur France 3 en février 2007.[endtext]
[starttext]Misirlou cover by Dr JEKYL. Live at Kill Your Idols.
Bordeaux France live [endtext]
[starttext]Paul Violante on alto sax, Pat Walsh on guitar, Nick Sorenson on bass and Mathew Taylor (profesional drummer) playing misirlou at ryles jazz club on 7/26/07[endtext]
[starttext]Great Turkish singer Zeki Müren in "YARALI GÖNÜL", the turkish version of Misirlou
[starttext]Recorded at Llanidloes Green Fair, October 2007. Apologies for the quality as it was recorded on a stills camera at the back of a busy gig!![endtext]
[starttext]live @ teatro S. Luigi Gonzaga[endtext]
[starttext]December 2009, The Drexel University Mediterranean Ensemble and the University of the Arts Middle East Ensemble, Bruce Kaminsky, director. Adeeb Rafela guest artist. University of Pennsylvania Middle East Center, co-sponsor.
The director rocks!!!
[starttext]The Jewish Monkeys are a wacky Klezmer burlesque Trio. Their story begins in the 1970's, where two of them meet in the Frankfurt Synagogue boy's choir. Three decades later, joined by a third member, they become the deliciously irreverent trio they are today, dubbed The Jewish Monkeys. Armed with politically-incorrect lyrics and a Marx Brothers sense of nonsense, the Jewish Monkeys' pandemonium experience is one of a kind. Their music keeps pushing the envelope and their lyrics cover a range of topics: the mid-east conflict, the environment, over-eating, world-poverty, terrorism and child-molestation among others. All of these, they tackle with equal erratic blitheness, sparing no-one. While they all live in Israel their backgrounds are European. Gael Zaidner grew up in Belgium and both Dr. Boiko and Jossi Reich hail from an unlikely stock of German Jews (yes, they still exist, incredibly). Since their inception, they've been groomed by their musical father, musical-producer Ran Bagno, who turned their chaotic ideas into professional music productions. Among others they worked and performed together with Tel-Aviv guitar-bands Yahalomin (Diamonds) and BoomPam. Like all Jewish conspirators, the Jewish monkeys too are well educated, well connected and filthy rich. Jossi Reich, the founding monkey and financier is an entrepreneur and co-owner of the German label Essay-Recordings. The veterinarian Ronni Boiko is well-known among the well to do cats and dogs of his neighbourhood and Gael Zaidner is a shrink. Despite being the movers and shakers they are, members of The Jewish Monkeys dabbled in music before. These forays include Jossi Reich's collaboration with acclaimed German Sax player Tobias Rüger and his Jazz-Band "Die Schwindler" and the soundtrack for German TV's NDR "Die Kinder von Theresienstadt' (The children of The resienstadt) by Ronni Boiko. In the late Nineties, with careers and families under way, Jossi Reich and Ronni Boiko met Gael Zaidner and were impressed by his uncanny comical genius. His theatrical slant inspired them to create their first project: a cover version to Harry Belafontes Banana-Boat-song. Their advice to the word: Make peace in the Middle East with The Jewish Monkeys, Harry Belafonte's Banana-Boat and a bit of Hava Nagila!
Read more: http://www.myspace.com/thejewishmonkeys#ixzz0rHkj9hOz
[starttext]Monet and Ken of Harpnotic play MISERLOU on Celtic Harp and Guitar at Brewed Awakenings 2008.[endtext]
[starttext]The Detonators & Dave Wronski play Miserlou at Baja Marty's Party at Suzy's in Hermosa Beach[endtext]
[starttext]O guitarrista Rafael Giannini, da banda Os Patrões, inteerpreta MISIRLOU, a música nacional da Grécia, consagrada por Dick Dale[endtext]
[starttext]Despe & Siga - Misirlou (Official Videoclip) 1996[endtext]
[starttext]Milan - Misirlou Cover (Live at Cross Rock 11.04.2010) Baku, Cross Roads Club[endtext]
[starttext]Live at Mylos Club Thessaloniki, Oct. '09. From the concert entitled ''There where the WEST meets the EAST''. No from pulp fiction version but original...[endtext]
[starttext]Red Elvises - Surfing in Siberia
Found on the Surfing in Siberia album and the Six String Samurai Original Soundtrack.[endtext]
guitar: Ermis Michael
from the tv program "Entechnos" ,Rik2 (2010)
Vicky (Vasiliki Anastasiou) is a Greek-Cypriot singer/composer based in London.. "Amalgamation" demonstrates a luring cocktail of her Greek-Cypriot traditional musical nature with her education in classical piano, jazz and contemporary singing. Her music reflects her personal philosophy which highlights the sacred nature of music. Check her website for more information : www.vickyanastasiou.com
The term kemenche (Turkish: kemençe, Armenian: K'amântcha - Քյամանչա , Laz: Ç'ilili - ჭილილი, Azerbaijani: kamança, Persian: کمانچه, Greek: κεμεντζές, λύρα) is used to describe two types of three-stringed bowed musical instruments:
- a bottle-shaped lute, closely related to the Cappadocian Kemane, found in the Black Sea region of Asia Minor, it is also known as the "kementche of Laz" or Pontic kemenche and
- a pear-shaped bowl lyre known as Classical kemenche (Turkish: Armudî kemençe), found mainly in Istanbul and the Eastern regions of Turkey and is closely related to the Byzantine lyra (Turkish: Rum Kemençe).
Both types of kemenche are played in the downright position, either by resting it on the knee when sitting, or held in front of the player when standing. It is always played "braccio", that is, with the tuning head uppermost. The kemenche bow is called the doksar (Greek: δοξάρι), the Greek term for bow.
[starttext]Sephira is an Irish band comprising sisters Joyce and Ruth O'Leary, who both play the violin and provide vocals. They released their debut album Believe in 2006. The combination of the sisters' vocals and violins is the essence of the Sephira sound, which is largely classical/crossover with traditional Irish influences.[endtext]
[starttext]Traditionnel Yiddish band. Cristobal Corbel à la guitare, Pascale Trogoff à la clarinette et Christian Leroy au violon[endtext]
Mulo Francel - psaltery, clarinets, saxophones, mandoline;
Robert Wolf - guitar;
D.D. Lowka - bass, percussion;
Andreas Hinterseher - vibrandoneon, accordion
35o Internationale Jazzwoche 2004[endtext]
[starttext]4º Festival Mundial de Circo-Belo Horizonte - Setembro/2007 - Brasil[endtext]
[starttext]Live at Lisbon, May 19th 2007[endtext]
[starttext] Dick Dale - Surfing & Miserlou[endtext]
[starttext]Taped live at the Huntington Beach International Surfing Museum 9-21-2007. This song features Surfaris lead guitarist Ron Eglit on guitar & Steve Ashcroft who was the original drummer for Dick Dale. Ron's son Eric Eglit is on the bongos. You never know who may show up at one of these shows.[endtext]
[starttext]Performance by Kimahri, selections from her "Miserlou Mosaic" (1st version Harry Saroyan/2nd version Dick Dale). Taken at the October 2007 Samara NYC Seminar Show produced by Baladina Egyptian Dance Theater in Chicago. Visit Kimahri at www.shimmychicago.com![endtext]
[starttext]Nosotros tocando "Misirlou" en vivo en Radio Nacional Bariloche el 29-09-06.[endtext]
[starttext]A short clip on how the accordion sounds. This is a Stradavox Accordion made in the 1960's. It's for sale!!
NOTE: Not responsible for the talent of the accordion player!!
[starttext]An interpretation of what a dance might have been like in 16th/17th Century urban Istanbul in the Ottoman Empire. Based on illuminations and miniatures from the time period, the scholarly works of Metin And, and historical commentary, with influences from Turkish folkloric dances. (Kindly note: the underbust costume is not accurate to that time period, but it was worn because it was appropriate for the overall event.)
"Miserlou" played by the band WC Sadaqah which includes (from L to R): Brendan (bass, def, doumbek), Luther (guitar), Raccoon (violin), Djani (cura saz, riq, doumbek), Shareef (baglama saz, vocals, def, doumbek), Rashid (doumbek, vocals, def), Beth (kanun, vocals), Cooper (def), Groa (vocals, belltree).[endtext]
[starttext]Música de finales del siglo XIX que nos describe las bodas entre una judía sefardita, esto es mediterránea y que habla el judeo-español o ladino, con un judío centro-europeo o askenazí, que habla el yidis.[endtext]
[starttext]Maria performs at "When Fashion Meets Film" fashion & dance show at Historic Hoover Theatre in San Jose, CA. Presented by Ariel Dance Productions.
[starttext]Dick Dale and son Jimmy Dale performing Miserlou.
Venue: The Ramshead On Stage, Annapolis, Maryland Sunday August 30, 2009.[endtext]
[starttext]The BlackTails performing live at the Center for the Arts in Homer NY October 18th, 2008.
THE BLACKTAILS Best described as "Stevie Ray Vaughan Meets Santana Meets the Pulp Fiction Soundtrack" - A nasty brew by The BlackTails
With influences drawn from American Roots Music to West Coast Swing, Gypsy Jazz, Surf Rock & Blues, The BlackTails are known for red hot musicianship and unique musical arrangements. The band blends a seamless fusion of classic songs and original material, with high energy performances and dynamic improvisation.
On the heels of their debut album, "Spy Lounge", Scotch Whiskey company Dewars drew them into the spotlight by licensing the track "Off the Rack" and promoting the group as a featured band in their 2006-2007 "Dewarisms" national advertising campaign.
While the album Spy Lounge features original material, the live show blows out to include classic Film Noir / T.V music themes, like Mission Impossible, James Bond, The Pink Panther and more. In the tradition of classic groups like The Ventures, and Booker T & The M.G's, as well as, modern pioneers like Brian Setzer, Spy Lounge is a raucous cocktail of Groove, Vibe, and Fun. visit myspace.com/theblacktails for more information[endtext]
[starttext]Μισιρλού (Ρουμπάνης) τραγούδι Παναγιώτης Μανιάτης, Πλατώ Θεσσαλονίκη, 24/11/2009 κιθάρα Σοφία Νάτσιου, ακορντεόν Κ.Φωστηρόπουλος[endtext]
[starttext]2 of Jonny Flash playing Misirlou... BECAUSE he CAN!!!!
Yes that's an electric kazoo (kazooka). Yes the Marshall amp is being used for the kazoo and not the uke.[endtext]
[starttext]The Richter Uzur Duo: Brad Richter, guitar and Viktor Uzur, cello.
About the performance (liner note excerpted from their CD, String Theory):
Misirlou/Bumblebee (Mash-up I), Richter/Uzur
This was the first of what the duo now calls Mash-ups - pieces in which they take themes or large sections of rock songs and classical pieces, combine them with original music, and end up with something quite new. Here the music stays closer to its original form than in later mash-ups. Misirlou is a Greek folk song. It was first performed by the Michalis Patrino rebetiko band in Athens, Greece in 1927. As with almost all early rebetika songs (a style that originated with the Greek refugees from Turkey), the song's actual composer has never been identified. Misirlou was made more famous by Dick Dale and the Del-tones in their surferesque cover of the tune from 1962 (which subsequently appeared in Quentin Tarintinos Pulp Fiction a favorite film of the duos and one of several that inspired music for this recording). Flight of the Bumblebee is an orchestral interlude written by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov for his opera The Tale of Tsar Saltan, composed in 18991900.[endtext]
[starttext]From the TV Show "Acústico", shot in Mexico City. Hideyo Moriya, Paul Richards, Tony Levin and Pat Mastelotto.
(Misirlou starts at 7:36)[endtext]
[starttext]Mazzeltov and Rolinha Kross at the Amsterdam Concertgebouw performing Miserlou
Far away, way out de desert
Skin bronzed by the scorching sun
I onceknew a girl.
Her name was Miserlou,
Everyone there knows her well.
I shall never forget that princess[endtext]
[starttext]A music photo video, with the Paintings of Max Ernst (1891-1976) and the music of Miserlou By Ronnie Aldrich
Max Ernst was born on April 2, 1891 in Brühl, near Cologne. Ernst began studying classical philology but then became interested in art and literature through the 1912 Cologne Sonderbund Exhibit and his friendship with August Macke, whom he met in 1910-11. He became acquainted with the 'Blaue Reiter', Apollinaire, Delaunay, Georges Grosz and Wieland Herzfelde as well as Hans Arp.
He fought in World War I in France and Poland, and recovered from clinical death, an experience which was to deepen his decision to take up art. Married the art historian Luise Straus (1918) and the next year, visited Paul Klee and created his first paintings, block prints and collages, and experimented with mixed media. Along with J. T. Baargeld and Hans Arp, he founded the Cologne Dada group, and in 1921 was invited by André Breton to Paris, where he befriended Tristan Tzara and Sophie Taeuber.
Music By Ronnie Aldrich - Miserlou ,, from his Cd All Time piano hits[endtext]