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Сообщение автор T.V. в Чт Янв 08, 2009 1:03 am

наткнулась в завалах файлов в таких же завалах своих дисков
кто автор - к сожалению в свое время не сохранилаSad

I had a pen and a piece of paper with
me, so that I could write down in the dark all the songs Bruno sang. I did
really well with this until sometime in the second half, after a song that was
so beautiful it made me cry. I clapped so hard after that, that I dropped my
pen! Oh, I tried to see during the next few songs if I could remember them all,
but it just wasn't going to happen...coincidentally, Dayna tried to write all
the songs down for a friend of hers in Japan, and although we both missed some
individually, together we were able to piece it together!

So, here goes:


FIRST HALF


1. Brief musical introduction by
orchestra

2. Bruno comes on stage in a light gray
suit jacket, gray sweater, black pants, and sings "Les Vieux Amants".
This is a song I have heard Jacques Brel sing on an album I got in college, and
it's one of my favorites. Very sweet and rich-sounding love song. An unexpected
pleasure for me.

3. "S'en Aller" with Kim
Richardson. Their voices blend together so smoothly, it is amazing. Sometimes
it sounds like one person singing, not two.

4. At this point, Bruno says he wore the jacket to look nice with the prestigious
orchestra, but he must take it off to feel more at ease. The audience screams
as he pretends to start a strip-tease, twirls the jacket over his head
like he's going to throw it into the audience. Then at the last minute
he shakes his head, smiling, and tosses it onto the grand piano instead!
Bruno convinces the orchestra director, Simon LeClerc, to do the same with
his own jacket. The audience really is laughing hard when all the guys
in the orchestra stand up on stage and remove their jackets. Bruno says
he is going to rename them "The Sexiest Orchestra in Montreal"!!!

5. "J'oublie Ma Folie" with Kim Richardson. I think this is the
number that gets so jazzy, that by the end the entire middle section of the
orchestra is standing and dancing in place! Really fun!

6. "Le Plus Beau Concerto" A
new song from Bruno's upcoming album. Pretty.



7. "La Manic" The audience sings this with Bruno. No surprise that
it's lovely!
8. Bruno tells the
audience that he has severa fantasies that he wants to fulfill tonight. The
first is that he has always wanted to conduct a symphony orchestra, and that,
while it took some convincing, Simon LeClerc has agreed to let him. He changes
places with Simon up on the podium, and they confer as though Simon is giving
Bruno last-minute conducting lessons. Bruno begins leading the orchestra in
"Beethoven's Fifth", waving his arms, with a big grin on his face.
(Oh, my gosh, I don't think I said yet
that I think Bruno looks like he's about 10 years old now, with this new short
haircut? He is the most adorable thing you've ever seen. I'm sending you the
picture from the magazine "7 Jours", in case you haven't seen
it yet. I was a bit nervous about his new look, but he looks so great, very
fit, and rested and happy, too.) Simon stands behind Bruno and really conducts
as the audience laughs in delight at their clowning. Bruno turns his head
quickly to catch Simon, but Simon has already put his hands behind his back and
looks innocent. Luc wrote on the guestbook that this reminded him of a Bugs
Bunny cartoon, and that all Bruno was lacking was bunny ears!

9. After the conducting is over, Bruno confides another fantasy to us. He wants
to sit in the audience like anybody else, and hear the orchestra play a piece
of music that always brings a lump to his throat, it is so moving: Samuel Barber's
"Adagio for Strings". He proudly shows off his ticket, and then comes
off the front of the stage and makes his way to his seat. I can't see him now,
but I can hear him making comments as he walks through the audience there, and
they are laughing. The piece of music is hauntingly beautiful, and it's so nice
to know that Bruno is able to sit in peace and enjoy it.

10. "Moon Over Madness", a
song written by one of Bruno's favorite musicians, Gino Vannelli, for the
movie, "Dracula". English lyrics, which are both romantic and scary.
Very powerful music, to match Bruno's voice.

11. "Let It Be" by the Beatles, accompanied by a chorus which Bruno
introduces, called "Zarzuella", with 4 women and 4 men. Their voices
add another dimension to the music.

INTERMISSION

12. "Le Bon Gars et le Salaud"
Bruno moves all over the stage with this energizing number. A good choice for
after the break, to get us all going again! I think he wrote the words to this
song.

13. "Aime" A more orchestral treatment of the song than on
"SurScene", with less percussion. Softer, very nice.

14. "Bohemian Rhapsody" The song by Queen with Zazuella as backup.
Wow, was this amazing! This was Bruno's last fantasy of the evening, to sing
this song with a full orchestra and chorus.

15. "Depuis Que T'es Parti"
2nd song from new album. I just broke down helplessly in tears. Oops, there
goes my pen! What a caressing and tender voice after the power of the last
number. I am looking forward so much to this next album. It's going to be full
of surprises, and worth the wait, I know.

16. "Se Rever" Bruno crosses to stage left (I can still see him, but
just barely...) to sit on the edge of the piano bench, facing the audience. His
attitude is still, thoughtful. It's very effective.

17. "Not Unusual To Be Loved By You" Tribute (also kind of a parody)
to Tom Jones. The Crooner character that Bruno does so well. What a treat!
Someone brings out his sparkling, sequined jacket and then the
"go-go" girls come out dancing. The audience loves it all!

18. "Les Temp des Cathedrales" Bruno says it would be impossible for
him to leave the stage without singing this song. The audience agrees
completely. First standing ovation.

19. "Miserere" - Encore #1 Not a weak or false note in this
demanding piece. No other voice could be this pure of tone. He takes my breath
away. Standing ovation.

20. "Let It Be" with Zarzeulla - Encore #2 Standing ovation.

21. "Bohemian Rhapsody" with Zarzuella - Encore#3 Standing ovation.

I wait until about 25 minutes after the concert, but it doesn't seem like Bruno
will be signing autographs tonight. I understand now that after an hour or so,
Bruno did come out to shake hands and say hello. No autographs, but I could
have met him! Well, what can you do, right? Next time...and there will be a
next time.



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Re: OSM 2002

Сообщение автор Maisy в Чт Янв 08, 2009 1:45 am

10. "Moon Over Madness", a
song written by one of Bruno's favorite musicians, Gino Vannelli, for the
movie, "Dracula". English lyrics, which are both romantic and scary.
Very powerful music, to match Bruno's voice
.

А я чего-то не помню такой. Есть ли где аудио (не надеясь на бОльшее) :http://www.kol

Merci, Тань.

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Re: OSM 2002

Сообщение автор Анюта в Чт Янв 08, 2009 1:54 am

Мне кажется, я выкладывала аудио Moon over Madness в исполнении Ваннелли... Сейчас поищу, а лучше по-новой залью)

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Сообщение автор T.V. в Чт Янв 08, 2009 1:56 am

"Let It Be" by the Beatles, accompanied by a chorus which Bruno
introduces, called "Zarzuella", with 4 women and 4 men.
а я б вот это послушала Smile)))

ну а та, пока навскидку приползло только это: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PPcN7OwGAAQ не Брюн, канеш Smile

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Re: OSM 2002

Сообщение автор Maisy в Чт Янв 08, 2009 2:00 am

Не, меня интересует Брюнское. :http://www.kol

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Re: OSM 2002

Сообщение автор Анюта в Чт Янв 08, 2009 2:02 am

Всех интересует!
очень уж для брюнского дракульского антуража подходящая)

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Сообщение автор Peace в Чт Янв 08, 2009 2:04 am

Спасибо, Тань! Переслушала Bohemian Rhapsody и в очередной раз посетовала на то, что у нас нет этого видео Sad Там такой драйв в конце песни идет! swoon1

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Сообщение автор Fleur_de_lys2525 в Чт Янв 08, 2009 2:26 am

Ah yes ... I remember that concert well. Sigh ... when Bruno came out to sit in the audience during the "Adagio for Strings", he sat in the row behind me and a little to the right. He was very close to a friend of mine and it was her first Bruno concert. Unfortunately, only a couple of audio clips of this concert exist that I've been able to find (Bohemian Rhapsody & It's Not Unusual). If anyone else has them, I'd love to hear it.

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Re: OSM 2002

Сообщение автор Спонсируемый контент Сегодня в 1:22 am


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