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Somethings Got A Hold Of My Heart

Yeah I gotta tell you now
Something`s gotten hold of my heart…
Dragging my soul to a beautiful land
Yeah something has invaded my nights
Painting my sleep with a colour so bright
Changing the grey, changing the blue
Scarlet for me and scarlet for you

…..

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Something’s Gotten Hold Of My Heart – “Gene Pitney” –
Year Song Released 1967

Something`s gotten hold of my heart
Keeping my soul and my senses apart
Something`s gotten into my life
Cutting its way through my dreams like a knife
Turning me up, turning me down
Making me smile and making me frown

In a world that was war
I once lived in a time that was peace
With no trouble at all
But then you came my way
And a feeling unknown shook my heart
Made me want you to stay
All of my nights and all of my days

Yeah I gotta tell you now
Something`s gotten hold of my hand
Dragging my soul to a beautiful land
Yeah something has invaded my nights
Painting my sleep with a colour so bright
Changing the grey, changing the blue
Scarlet for me and scarlet for you

I`ve got to know if this is the real thing
I`ve got to know what`s making my heart sing, woah yeah

You smile and Iam lost for a lifetime
Each minute spent with you is the right time
Every hour, yeah, every day, yeah

You touch me and my mind goes astray
And baby yeah…
And baby yeah…

Something`s gotten hold of my hand
Dragging my soul to a beautiful land
Yeah something has invaded my nights

(fading Out)
Painting my sleep with a colour so bright
Changing the grey, changing the blue

Song of birds

I’m looking for a sign
To show me how
To cross the distance
And leave this all behind
I want to run
But there’s no motion here
Just lifeless moments
Locked outside
And all that’s left are tears
To cool the sun
I want to fly far away from here

Far away, far away
Far away from here…….

  • El cant dels ocells, or Song of birds is from the CD “The Ultimate Most Relaxing New Age Music In the Universe.”….

Dear visitors, it is of the utmost importance to attach youre headphone to youre laptop or computer and to fully clear youre mind to become one with this music….

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Mari Fujiwra

Mari Fujiwra

B

orn in Osaka, Mari Fujiwra received her first violoncello lessons at age of seven and from 1959 studied with Hideo Saito. In 1971 Fujiwara was the First Prize winner at 40th National Competition. Graduated from Toho Academy of Music in 1972, she begin to activity give concerts in chamber music. In 1974 the quartet of which she was a member was awarded the Second Prize/special prize at National Competition of Chember Music. In 1975 Fujiwara gave her debut as a soliist in Tokyo and, in the same year, was awarded a Prize for New Talent from the Minister of Education. The lessons that she got from the greatest cellists Frurnier and Rostoropovich greatly helped the completion of her music. In 1978 Mari Fujiwara won The Second Prize at the Tchaikovsky International Competition in Moscow. During her Soviet Union tour in 1979, Fujiwara gave a successful concert with the Leningrad State Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra. She is busily engaged not only in recitals and orchestra concerts but also in TV and radio appearance and recording.

Ever since her sensational reception of the second prize at the Tchaikovsky Competition in 1978, Mari Fujiwara has been the musical icon of her generation and has influenced numerous musicians to follow. A protégé of many legends including Hideo Saito of the Toho School of Music in Tokyo, Pierre Fournier and Mstislav Rostropovich, her cello has brought her around the globe, performing a concerto with Leningrad Philharmonic Orchestra, Staatsoper Dresden Orchestra, Netherlands Chamber Orchestra, Slovak Philharmonic, Helsinki Orchestra, and every major orchestra in Japan. After her acclaimed debut recital in Tokyo in 1975, she was awarded the Prize for the New Talent from the Minister of Education in Japan. Since then, Ms Fujiwara has been making a name for herself as a top Japanese cellist.

Her wide chamber music repertoire ranges from the performances with Jean Jacques Kantorow (violin), Vladimir Mendelssohn (viola) as Mozart Trio, with the pianist Jacque Rouvier, with an accordionist Janne Rattya, a flutist Aurele Nicolet, an Academy-winning composer Ryuichi Sakamoto, to name a few. Ms. Fujiwara has released over 35 CDs from DENON including all Bach Unaccompanied Cello Suites and all Mozart Flute Quartet, various sonatas and concertos, and the master composer of Japanese animation, Jo Hisaishi’s “Wind” trilogy series. Most recently she has released a CD of works of Beethoven, Liszt, and Schumann with a clarinetist Fumie Endo and a pianist Teru Kurato in 2008. In the fall of 2007, Ms. Fujiwara gave a Japan tour of 11 recitals in 10 halls, named “Around the World with the classics”, which received high acclaims.

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