Handel's Coronation Anthems were written in 1727 for George II and Queen Caroline, and have been performed at every British coronation since that occasion. Zadok the Priest will be familiar from its use in the film The Madness of King George. Handel's arpeggiated suspensions in the strings build excitement from the outset, but the entrance of the choir and full orchestra is shattering beyond expectations.
Greatest Ever Rock presents some of the biggest bands and artists ever to hit the stage, from classic rock sounds through to heavy metal anthems. The hits are packed onto the 3 CDs enough to blow up your mum s stereo and wake up the neighbours for a week.
"Berlin 1927" is an ambitious project started in early 2012 by the four young Belgian musicians of Belgian post-rock band We Stood Like Kings. They were offered the opportunity to write an original soundtrack for Ruttmann’s 1927 silent movie “Berlin, die Sinfonie der Großstadt”. Their evocative music, ranging from the very soft to the very loud, suits the atmosphere of the movie particularly well. Both music and film blend into a unique experience for the audience.
We Stood Like Kings stand where instrumental rock meets classical music. Expect complex post-rock with strong progressive influences, in which several entangled melodies are combined in such a way that you will feel inclined to let it slowly ripen in your ear…