Near the towns of Torquay and Jan Juc, 100 km south-west of Melbourne.
Australian - most members are from another Australian band, Waikiki.
1887; American; Realism; oil on canvas, Addison Gallery of American Art, Andover
Written first as a poem "Christmas Bells" in 1864 by Longfellow while in the midst of sadness over his son Charles Appleton Longfellow suffering wounds in battle in The American Civil War. It was set to music in the 1870s by English organist Jean Baptiste Calkin and to a composition written in 1845 by Joseph Mainzer. In the 1950s John Marks composed the melody we know today. Recorded by Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, The Carpenters, Bing Crosby, Kate Smith, Johnny Cash, Harry Belafonte and Sarah Maclan.
He wrote the lyrics in 1936 while working for The American network NBC radio. Also called the Ukranian Bell Carol. it was adapted from "Shchedryk" by Mykola Dmytrovych Leontovych first performed in 1916 by students at Kiev University. It was later performed in 1921 at Carnegie Hall in New York City.
First sung by Bob Hope to Marilyn Maxwell in the 1951 film "The Lemon Drop Kid." The bells refer to The Salvation Army bellringers on each street corner with their red kettles for Christmas cash donations. the music of the song was composed by Jay Livingston.
Director: Basil Dearden. Also starred Mervyn Johns, William Hartnell & Finlay Currie
A musical instrument consisting of a series of metal tubes of varying lengths ranging in C4 (middle C ) to F5 in tone. the tubes are struck with a plastic headed or rawhide hammer.
Tone poem for solo voices, chorus and orchestra, 1913
Composed by Antonín Dvorák
Director: James Young. Also starred Lorimer Johnston, Eddie Phillips & Lola Todd. Plot: Mathias (Barrymore), an Alsatian innkeeper, murders a rich Pole staying at his inn But Mathias' conscience will not let him rest...
"Viva La Vida" by Coldplay
Director: Terry O. Morse. Also starred Shirley O'Hara, Anthony Warde & Monte Blue
1959 for 4 weeks; 10 weeks as #1 on the C&W chart
Best Actress - Drama, 1945
"No, I never heard them at all, Till there was you." Written by Meredith Wilson - from his 1957 Broadway production The Music Man.
For speaker, strings and piano, 1942
1973; haunting solo effort from the movie "The Exorcist"; still sends shivers down one's spine!
Unless they are in Twilight of course