Bendazzi

Animerama: Storia del cinema d'animazione (Biblioteca)  

Posted by AlenMiler at March 25, 2015
Animerama: Storia del cinema d'animazione (Biblioteca)

Animerama: Storia del cinema d'animazione (Biblioteca) di Maria Roberta Novielli
Italiano | 9 marzo 2015 | ASIN: B00UFOARKE | 287 Pagine | AZW3/MOBI/EPUB/PDF (conv) | 6.5 MB

Come precisa nella sua introduzione Giannalberto Bendazzi - uno dei più importanti esperti e storici del cinema d’animazione mondiale -, «l’opera di Roberta Novielli è una ventata di aria fresca», poiché segna un punto di svolta nello studio e nella comprensione dei lungometraggi e, soprattutto, dei cortometraggi nipponici che da decenni popolano la nostra esistenza.

Foam Bath / Habfürdő (1980)  

Posted by MirrorsMaker at May 20, 2014
Foam Bath / Habfürdő (1980)

Foam Bath (1980)
DVDRip | AVI | 720 x 576 | XviD @ 1703 Kbps | 75 min | 1,06 Gb
Audio: Hungarian MP3 @ 192 Kbps | Subs: English (srt)
Genre: Animation, Drama

Foam Bath (Habfürdő, 1979) is a film that I’d seen only in bits and pieces so it was exciting to stumble onto the full version posted online. It’s not the best print, and it’s in Hungarian, but its uninhibited creativity shines through. According to animation historian Giannalberto Bendazzi, the 1979 musical directed by György Kovásznai depicts “a groom-to-be who would like to cancel his weding, the bride’s best friend who is falling in love with the groom, the wedding and, overall, the disillusionment of a generation.”

Giuseppe Verdi - Simon Boccanegra (1973)  Music

Posted by frangarbla at April 24, 2010
Giuseppe Verdi - Simon Boccanegra (1973)

Giuseppe Verdi - Simon Boccanegra
DbPowerAmp, FLAC (tracks + log, no cue) + MP3 (320 kbps CBR) | 624.01 Mb (FLAC) + 287.93 Mb (MP3) | 124 minutes | Covers.
classical, opera | RCA Victor Records, Recorded in 1973, published in 1994

In 1855, the Fenice Theatre of Venice asked Verdi for a new opera, but the contract was signed only a year later, when the composer had already seen the outline of a work by the playwright Antonio Garcia Gutiérrez: Simon Boccanegra. The Maestro started writing his own version while in Paris, where he got Giuseppe Montanelli to shave down and model the libretto Francesco Maria Piave had already finished, communicating to Piave his modifications by letter, fait accompli. The opera opened on March 12th, 1857, with baritone Leone Gilardoni as Simon Boccanegra, bass Giuseppe Etcheverry as Fiesco, baritone Giacomo Vercellini as Paolo, and soprano Luigia Bendazzi as Maria/Amalia....