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Ryuichi Sakamoto: Playing the Piano for the Isolated
with Special Guest - Hidejiro Honjoh
2020.04.02 // Tokyo

If you're after "Merry Christmas, Mr. Lawrence", jump straight to 1:27:42

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Ryuichi Sakamoto: Playing the Piano for the Isolated
with Special Guest - Hidejiro Honjoh
2020.04.02 // Tokyo

If you're after "Merry Christmas, Mr. Lawrence", jump straight to 1:27:42

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Piano shop owner Mark Goodwin may have just made the most heart-warming Christmas advert of 2019… on a budget of £10.

With the help of his two children – Sally, 8, and Louis, 5 – and his father, the team spent two cold nights in Oldham filming the perfect Christmas advert.

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"Shchedryk" (from Ukrainian: Щедрий вечiр, "Bountiful Evening") is a Ukrainian shchedrivka, or New Year's carol, known in English as "The Little Swallow".

It was arranged by composer and teacher Mykola Leontovych in 1916, and tells a story of a swallow flying into a household to sing of wealth that will come with the following spring.

"Shchedryk" was originally sung on the night of January 13, New Year's Eve in the Julian Calendar (December 31 Old Style), which is Shchedry... See More

"Shchedryk" (from Ukrainian: Щедрий вечiр, "Bountiful Evening") is a Ukrainian shchedrivka, or New Year's carol, known in English as "The Little Swallow".

It was arranged by composer and teacher Mykola Leontovych in 1916, and tells a story of a swallow flying into a household to sing of wealth that will come with the following spring.

"Shchedryk" was originally sung on the night of January 13, New Year's Eve in the Julian Calendar (December 31 Old Style), which is Shchedry Vechir. Early performances of the piece were made by students at Kyiv University.

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A piano, a cello, and 739,539 Christmas lights. Perhaps a perfect setting for a mashup of two of the most well known and beloved Christmas carols, “Let it Snow” and “Winter Wonderland.”

For this tune we triple-channeled the stylistic vibe of legends Michael Bublé, Sara Bareilles, and the Doobie Brothers! We stitched them together so tightly that we hope it feels like being wrapped in a patchwork blanket of both carols, these artists, and The Piano Guys throughout every second of the... See More

A piano, a cello, and 739,539 Christmas lights. Perhaps a perfect setting for a mashup of two of the most well known and beloved Christmas carols, “Let it Snow” and “Winter Wonderland.”

For this tune we triple-channeled the stylistic vibe of legends Michael Bublé, Sara Bareilles, and the Doobie Brothers! We stitched them together so tightly that we hope it feels like being wrapped in a patchwork blanket of both carols, these artists, and The Piano Guys throughout every second of the song.

Add the visual splendor of an inordinate amount of synchronized lights filmed in below-freezing temperatures and it’s instant Christmas spirit!

Our kids tell us this music video is lit. Um...ya. We suppose it is.

Merry Christmas!

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This was really filmed in the middle of the night, as you may have guessed. 500,000 Christmas lights “starred” in this display (that’s a half-million, people!!) 4,900 digital channels were utilized to...

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Trinity Chimes performed by Erika

[Event]
Pianovers Meetup #63
17 Dec 2017
ThePiano.SG

[Trinity Chimes]
By Walter Decker

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Trinity Chimes performed by Erika

[Event]
Pianovers Meetup #63
17 Dec 2017
ThePiano.SG

[Trinity Chimes]
By Walter Decker

#pianovers #PianoversMeetup #PianoversMeetup63 #christmas

MERRY CHRISTMAS Everyone! Here's our version of "Angels We Have Heard on High," with a few other Christmas favorites mixed in. Can you name them all?

We wrote and performed this in the same style of our music video "What Makes You Beautiful". ALL the sounds you hear were created by different parts of the piano (except the vocals of course).

We wanted this to be a fun music video full of "Christmas Spirit." While the video primarily presents the "fun" side of Christmas (complete... See More

MERRY CHRISTMAS Everyone! Here's our version of "Angels We Have Heard on High," with a few other Christmas favorites mixed in. Can you name them all?

We wrote and performed this in the same style of our music video "What Makes You Beautiful". ALL the sounds you hear were created by different parts of the piano (except the vocals of course).

We wanted this to be a fun music video full of "Christmas Spirit." While the video primarily presents the "fun" side of Christmas (complete with cameo appearances by Christmas icons which "helped" us film), we wanted the music to portray what, to us, is the true meaning of the Holiday season. As we wrote it we imagined the "shepherds abiding in the field, keeping watch over their flock by night." And how the Angel appeared to them, announcing the humble birth of the Savior of the World. How incredible it would have been when, "suddenly there was with the angel a multitude of the heavenly host praising God, and saying, Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace, good will toward men!" (Holy Bible, Luke Chapter 2)

We wish you a Merry Christmas and a happy New Year. We love you!

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EMI Music snatched away the rights to songwriter Haven Gillespie’s entire catalogue, including “Santa Claus is Comin’ to Town” and “Breezin’ Along with the Breeze,” one year before he died, “mentally impaired” from lifelong alcoholism, his daughter-in-law claims in Manhattan Federal Court.

Gillespie and his collaborator, J. Fred Coots, dreamed up the Santa Claus song while riding a New York subway in the 1930s.

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EMI Music snatched away the rights to songwriter Haven Gillespie’s entire catalogue, including “Santa Claus is Comin’ to Town” and “Breezin’ Along with the Breeze,” one year before he died, “mentally impaired” from lifelong alcoholism, his daughter-in-law claims in Manhattan Federal Court.

Gillespie and his collaborator, J. Fred Coots, dreamed up the Santa Claus song while riding a New York subway in the 1930s.

#christmas #lawsuit #SantaClaus #copyright #royalties

The rights to the popular Christmas song “Santa Claus is Coming to Town” should revert back to the heirs of the songwriter next year, the Second Circuit ruled on Thursday.

Writing for the three-judge panel, U.S. Circuit Judge Debra Ann Livingston said the rights to the popular Christmas song should revert to the heirs of John Frederick Coots, one of its writers, instead of being held by music publishing company EMI Feist Catalog.

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The rights to the popular Christmas song “Santa Claus is Coming to Town” should revert back to the heirs of the songwriter next year, the Second Circuit ruled on Thursday.

Writing for the three-judge panel, U.S. Circuit Judge Debra Ann Livingston said the rights to the popular Christmas song should revert to the heirs of John Frederick Coots, one of its writers, instead of being held by music publishing company EMI Feist Catalog.

#christmas #lawsuit #SantaClaus #copyright #royalties

The music companies that control the rights to “Santa Claus Is Coming to Town” belong on the naughty list this Christmas, according to a lawsuit seeking royalties for the family of the lyricist.

Audrey R. Gillespie claims Mark Spier, president of Memory Lane Music Group, defrauded her of at least $700,000 in royalties due from her late father-in-law’s holiday song and other compositions in just the past two years.

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The music companies that control the rights to “Santa Claus Is Coming to Town” belong on the naughty list this Christmas, according to a lawsuit seeking royalties for the family of the lyricist.

Audrey R. Gillespie claims Mark Spier, president of Memory Lane Music Group, defrauded her of at least $700,000 in royalties due from her late father-in-law’s holiday song and other compositions in just the past two years.

#christmas #lawsuit #SantaClaus #copyright #royalties