Ivan Oscarsson & Consortes - Ivan The Terrible mp3 album
|Performer:||Ivan Oscarsson & Consortes|
|Title:||Ivan The Terrible|
|Style:||Free Jazz, Bossa Nova|
|Date of release:||1976|
|MP3 album size:||1707 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1958 mb|
|Digital formats:||AA MP4 MP1 MMF AUD ASF XM|
Ivan the Terrible is a two-part historical epic film about Ivan IV of Russia commissioned by Soviet Premier Joseph Stalin . Ivan immediately proclaims that his kingdom is at war with Kazan.
Ivan Oscarsson & Consortes has been played on NTS shows including Jazzman, with Locomotions first played on 1 August 2017. Ivan Oscarsson & Consortes has been played on NTS shows including Jazzman, with Locomotions first played on 1 August 2017. Original source Last.
Ivan the Terrible (Russian: Иван Грозный), Op. 116, is the score composed by Sergei Prokofiev in 1942–45 for Sergei Eisenstein's film Ivan the Terrible and its sequel (1946), the first two parts of an incomplete trilogy. The project was Prokofiev's second collaboration with Eisenstein, the first being the popular Aleksandr Nevskiy (1938). The majority of the non-liturgical song texts were written by Vladimir Lugovskoy, who collaborated with Prokofiev on the texts for Aleksandr Nevskiy.
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Ivan the Terrible was the first Tsar of Russia who killed his own son and had several of his wives murdered. Find out more about Russia's Ivan the Terrible, or Ivan IV, including his journey from prince to tsar, at Biography.
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Ivan the Terrible was recognized emperor by Queen Elizabeth I, Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian II from the House of Habsburg and others. Ivan carried on a long correspondence with Elizabeth and according to legend, even asked for her hand. She declined the proposal but it was precisely at that time that Russia and England first began trading with each other. In his youth Ivan IV tried to govern in a progressive manner: In 1549-1560 he administered the country together with an informal government called the Elected Rada (a circle of confidants, young representatives of the aristocracy and the clergy). The Rada implemented a series of important reforms, concentrated power in the hands of the tsar and limited the boyars' authority. Ivan later dissolved the assembly and began governing alone. 3. He carried out the first mass repressions in Russia.
|A1||Knut Bossa Nova||10:30|
|A3||Modes In Contrast||11:12|
- Alto Saxophone – Christer Boustedt (tracks: A1)
- Bass – Göran Pettersson* (tracks: A1), Gösta Wälivaara
- Congas – Rupert Clemendore (tracks: B), Sabu Martinez (tracks: A1)
- Drums – Ivve Oscarsson*
- Liner Notes – Lars Westin
- Piano – Jan Wallgren
- Producer – Jan Wallgren, Lars Westin
- Tenor Saxophone – Bernt Rosengren (tracks: B)
- Trumpet – Bengt Ernryd
NotesRecorded in Stockholm:
April, 1966 - track B1
May, 1966 - track A2,A3
March, 1968 - track A1
Also released as part of Ernryd* - Wallgren*, Bengt Ernryd & Jan Wallgren* - Music - Early Recordings 1964-1968