Andrea Colaianni racconta la sua esperienza alla unconference di social media marketing MediaCamp Roma, un evento di business networking e knowledge sharing organizzato a Roma il 3 Dicembre 2008. PiÃ¹ info sul nostro blog *******www.mediacamproma****.
Celebrity designer Andrea Schroder from Bravo's "Top Design." Plus, Chris MacKenzie, a director at the ACME Comedy Theater, and the wild and crazy ACME Players.
Andrea Binning talks about her ski career and coming back after being injured in a massive avalanche. With amazing footage from Canada and Alaska.
Heavy times in San Andreas.
Watch this Video of GTA san andreas in which the Car Crashes with High Boost Speed . .
A short video trailer from Andrea Alton's Aerial Hoop act. The heart of Aerial Tango. This is just one of a few variations of Andrea's act. For more information got to www.altonandrea****.
From Out at the Center sat down with director Casper Andreas to talk about his latest film, Between Love and Goodbye. He brought along cast members, Simon Miller and Jane Elliott, to tell us about this new gay romantic drama that is coming soon to a theater near you. For more info on showtimes go to This video excerpt is from Out at the Center, a TV show of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Community Center of New York City. To see more episodes go to gaycenter****/out. The show is made possible thanks to members of the Center and viewers like you. To find out more, join or donate go to
*******shop.happyhardcore****/View/24593/ Darren Styles feat. Andrea Britton - Show Me The Sunshine on Junkbox a HTID, Clubland, UK Hardcore, PLUR, Rave, Happy Hardcore Record run by Darren Styles. This is the A side of JUNKBOX004
Tribax: Interview mit Andreas Gephard von newthinking communications auf der Utopia Konferenz.
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An adventure short movie.
Directed by Andrea Ricca
Starring Michele Di Mauro
One Cam - One Director - One Actor - One PC - ZERO BUDGET!
Hungarian singer Andrea Gerak and Spanish composer Angel Oros (also known as Cambridge 2003) present a song originated from Oceania, the famous Rorogwela.
The melody was made well known in Sweet Lullaby, the probably most recognized song of Deep Forest, which counts as a ground breaking piece in creating the World Music genre, and is a widely adored success track, since 15 years. Their first version was followed by several remixes and Jan Garbarek also fell in love with the theme and made a jazzy saxophone piece out of it, the Pygmy Lullaby. Through the years, other musicians also arranged this song, but interestingly enough, no new vocal recordings can be found. This was the challenge for Andrea Gerak when picking up this particular song. She got the final inspiration kick from the album that came out just a few weeks ago: Deep Forest "Sweet Lullaby" Remixed by Toronto based Existence Records, which approaches the song from 16 different facets of techno, presenting new moods in each.
The question was given: can something new still be done with this theme?
First of all, as lyrics of the original Rorogwela recording were not available, Andrea listened to the authentic singing of a late Baegu woman called Afunakwa, and wrote down the text, reconstructing it syllable by syllable, which is a great contribution to preserving a treasure of world traditions.
With her enchanting singing, Andrea Gerak lived up to the challenge, as well as Cambridge 2003 who, in his New Age, sound track and electronica works is always trying to respect and convey the feeling of the subject. So did he very well in two versions of the song.
The Rorogwela Blue Beach mix is more exotic and epic, it is based on the text of the song. It has the pathos and respect towards the deceased father of the children, and another source of inspiration was Whale Rider by Lisa Gerrard. Spicing it up with a few tunes from Eastern-Europe makes it even better connected to the globe.
The Rorogwela Sunset mix is sweeter and lighter, and is more based on the delicacy of Andrea Gerak's singing. One feels the sweetness and sensuality of the islands of Oceania in a well-balanced track.
Uniting the special sensitivity of Andrea Gerak's vocals and the knowledge and creativity of Cambridge 2003, the result is a creditable tribute to a pearl from the people of Solomon Islands.
Theme: traditional Baegu song from Malaita (Solomon Islands), sung by Afunakwa, recorded by Hugo Zemp in 1968, released on the Fataleka and baegu Music of Malaita CD by UNESCO.