The film consists of six short stories created by different directors, but all the stories share one thing: a warm irony to current events.
The nine-time Juno-winning Canadian James Ehnes is centre stage in a new recording of orchestral works by Berlioz, with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra conducted by Sir Andrew Davis. This recording was made following an extraordinary concert in November 2014 with the same forces, in which James Ehnes played two instruments made by Stradivarius, respectively a viola in the solo part of Harold en Italie – ‘symphony with a principal viola part’, in Berlioz’s words – and a violin in the solo of Rêverie et Caprice, both of which works feature here.
Learn to play Paganini s Caprice #5 on electric guitar with Andy James. The 24 Caprices have often been hailed as some of the most challenging musical pieces ever written. We have taken this music and translated it to the electric guitar to provide a wealth of melody, harmony and killer guitar licks! Although not for the faint hearted, completing these pieces will not only make you a better player, but will also put you out there with some of the best technicians in the World..
Learn to play Paganini’s Caprice #16 for electric guitar with Sam Bell. The 24 Caprices have often been hailed as some of the most challenging musical pieces ever written. We have taken this music and translated it to the electric guitar to provide a wealth of melody, harmony and killer guitar licks!
There is an on-going battle of industrial espionage between rival cosmetics companies, Femina, owned by Sir Jason Fox, and May Fortune, owned by Matthew Cutter. Caught in the middle between the two are among others top industrial designer Patricia Foster, who officially is on May Fortune's payroll after being fired by Femina, and Christopher White, a suave Brit who also is officially on May Fortune's payroll as Cutter's right hand man.