Who composed Christmas Eve Sarajevo?
Robert KinkelPaul O’NeillJon Oliva
Christmas Eve/Sarajevo 12/24/Composers
Who composed Wizards in winter?
Robert KinkelPaul O’Neill
Wizards in Winter/Composers
Who did Luciano Pavarotti sing with?
We’ve unearthed footage of legendary tenor Luciano Pavarotti singing with the Spice Girls. You’re going to want to take a look. On 9 June 1998, on a concert stage in Moderna in Italy, four became five when the iconic tenor teamed up with the just-as-iconic girl band for a special song (watch above).
What did the contestants of the Miss Sarajevo beauty pageant do during their televised show?
Inela Nogić and the other contestants held up a banner that read “Don’t let them kill us”. The pageant was documented by an amateur filmmaker, whose footage director Bill Carter then used in his documentary Miss Sarajevo.
Why is 12/24 by Savatage called Trans Siberian Orchestra?
Because the next year we sent the exact same song and put a Christmas tree on the cover and an angel and called it ‘Trans-Siberian Orchestra,’ and it was #1 on 500 radio stations.” Under the Savatage moniker, “12/24” peaked at #65 on the Billboard Hot 100.
What instruments are used in the Christmas Eve/Sarajevo 12/24?
“Christmas Eve/Sarajevo 12/24” consists of four sections, alternating between soft and loud, as well as between the two component pieces in the medley. Part one consists of “God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen” performed on a cello, accompanied only by a picked electric guitar and a flute in round.
Are the Christmas Eve/Sarajevo 12/24 songs public domain?
Both of the tunes used in “Christmas Eve/Sarajevo 12/24” were in the public domain in 1995: “Shchedryk” was released in 1918 (although the English lyrics to “Carol of the Bells,” dating to 1936, were still under copyright and were not included in the recording), while “God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen” dated back several centuries.
What is the meaning behind TSO’s Christmas in Sarajevo?
It’s featured on TSO’s debut album, Christmas Eve and Other Stories. This song tells the story of a Sarajevo-born cellist (Vedran Smailovic) who returns to his homeland to find it in ruins after the Bosnian War.