Hauser: Deborah’s Theme (Morricone)

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Edgar Degas: Dancers (1896)

“Degas depicted the ballet in more than 1,000 paintings, prints, pastels, and sculptures. He preferred private, offstage moments to glamorous curtain calls or artfully constructed compositions. Here, three dancers stretch together in the wings, unaware of the viewer’s presence. Powdery layers of yellow, orange, and pink pastel create a rough surface characteristic of Degas’s late…

Claude Monet: The Road in front of Saint-Simeon Farm in Winter (1867)

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Edgar Degas: Scène de ballet (1885)

“In the monotypes, the narrative sequence and the individual personalities are conveyed through the figures’ bodies, their physiques and poses. The legibility of these scenes confirms Degas’ careful observation and intimate knowledge of this world. As J.K. Huysmans, one of Degas’ champions, exclaimed about one of his dance pictures, ‘What life! What life! How all…

William Adolphe Bouguereau, Song of the Angels (1881)

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Henri Lebasque: Madame Lebasque et sa fille Marthe (1898-99)

Madame Lebasque et sa fille Marthe depicts the artist’s wife and daughter while showcasing his interest in portraying his loved ones in their day-to-day routines. The work demonstrates all of Lebasque’s best qualities including his masterful treatment of light, use of a limited yet vibrant color palette and a composition that directs the viewer’s gaze…

Monet’s Grainstacks II

“Monet’s paintings from this series bear the French title Meules, a word that can be translated as “stacks.” For a long time the title was misinterpreted as Haystacks; however, the objects in Monet’s paintings are actually sheaves of grain. In the agriculture of nineteenth-century Normandy, conical stacks of unthreshed grain were covered with straw or…

Debussy’s Clair de Lune III

Well-versed in Rodenbach’s Symbolist ideas, Lévy-Dhurmer has similarly captured the mood of a late evening in Venice in the present work, contrasting a symphony of the blue and silver tones of moonlight playing across the water and the gondolas with the dazzling, brilliant yellow and orange tones of glowing orbs of man-made light. In some…

Pierre Bonnard: Deux corbeilles de fruits (1935)

“Bonnard’s vividly-colored and masterfully-composed domestic scenes and still lifes, like Deux corbeilles de fruits, circa 1935, would become hallmarks of the artist’s later oeuvre. The present work reveals Bonnard’s ability to synthesize an array of artistic influences, both contemporary and historic. Here, Bonnard appropriates the dynamic diagonal compositional order, tilting perspective, and imaginative use of…

Gustave Loiseau: La cathédrale de Rouen (1927)

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Dietrich Buxtehude: The Newborn Child

TRANSLATION (by Jason F. Ortmann): The newly born and tiny child, The darling infant Jesus, Doth once again the year renew For this the chosen Christian flock. The angels who gladly surround us And accompany us rejoice, Singing freely on high, Proclaiming that God is reconciled with us. If God is reconciled and is our…

Odilon Redon: La Voile grise (1900-05)

“When, in 1893, Redon began to use colour, the nightmarish and macabre visions that had previously predominated in the drawings he called his Noirs gave way to a brighter vision of the world.La Voile grise is thus emblematic of Redon’s lyrical seascapes in which he depicted small stranded boats, a theme he would later return…

The Nutcracker: Dance of the Mirlitons

“Peter Wright’s interpretation of The Nutcracker has been enchanting children and adults alike since its first performance by The Royal Ballet in 1984. Lev Ivanov’s 1892 ballet combined with Tchaikovsky’s sumptuous, iconic score are presented in a festive period setting with vivid designs to make this a charming and magical production. Loosely based on the…

Claude Monet: Poires et raisin (1880)

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Hauser: Casta Diva

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Louis Valtat: Le vase de fleurs

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Johann Sebastian Bach: Christmas Cantata BWV 62

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Camille Pissarro: Harvest at Éragny (1901)

“In 1884 Pissarro and his family moved from Pontoise to Éragny on the River Epte. This would be his principal place of residence until his death in 1903 and an ideal setting for his paintings of rural labour and the harvest. His careful arrangement of figures into repeated poses creates a balanced rhythm of line…

Satsang: I Am

I Am by Satsang Well, I no longer fear the unknown ‘Cause I know what I am here for I keep on troddin’ on my own path Keep on learnin’ from my present and past, yeah Well, I no longer need validation ‘Cause my story is long and I’m patient I know that I have…

Claude Monet: The Path Through the Irises (1914-17)

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Beisembayev, Liszt, and Le Sidaner

Dear One, Although you are missed today and every day, you will always be part of every beautiful memory. ❤️ Thanks for Visiting ~Sunnyside

Hauser: Meditation from Thais (Massenet)

“Méditation” is a symphonic intermezzo from the opera Thaïs by French composer Jules Massenet. The piece is written for solo violin and orchestra. The opera premiered at the Opéra Garnier in Paris on March 16, 1894. The Méditation is an instrumental entr’acte performed between the scenes of Act II in the opera Thaïs. In the…

Monet’s Grainstacks I

“In Monet’s increasingly urbanized world, such stacks had become postcard symbols of agricultural bounty as a blessing. Determined with his grainstack paintings to go beyond the brilliantly exacting transcription of visual sensations at the heart of Impressionist landscape painting, Monet explained the challenge to his art critic friend, Gustave Geffroy in October 1890: “… the…