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    Default ruperts shows the new Bach

    the pop selection is almost finished thay will be posted on http://www.stanwaxlaser.co.uk/ for download in the next 2 weeks

    the next cd will be a clasical selection

    startin with
    William Orbit Adagio For Strings
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    A Night On Bare Mountain/Mussorgsky/Leibowitz
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    swan lake Tchaikovsky Act II: By a Lake: Dance of the swans: and maybe a mix
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    RIMSKY-KORSAKOV, N.: Scheherazade sinbad's ship
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    if anyone has some ideas of good clasical music let me know

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    Hi Rupert

    Sounds good, I like classical stuff

    How about Carmina Burana, "Fortuna Imperatrix Mundi" more commonly known as O' Fortuna, by Carl Orff. It's around two and a half minutes long. You may not recognise the title, but you'll sure recognise the music, it's been used in more films than I care to remember, mainly horror .

    I've just found the english translation of the Poem that was written in the thirteenth century that the music by Carl Orff represents, it is of course called O' Fortuna'. It may help to provide some inspiration for the interpretation into a laser show

    O Fortune,
    like the moon
    The state of which changes,
    always growing
    or decreasing;
    Detestable life
    now difficult
    and then easy
    Deceptive sharp mind;
    poverty
    power
    it melts them like ice.

    Fate—monstrous
    and empty,
    you whirling wheel,
    stand malevolent,
    well-being is vain
    and always fades to nothing,
    shadowed
    and veiled
    you plague me too;
    now through the game,
    my bare back
    I bring to your villainy.

    Fate, in health
    and in virtue,
    is now against me,
    driven on
    and weighted down,
    always enslaved.
    So at this hour
    without delay
    pluck the vibrating string;
    since through Fate
    strikes down the strong,
    everyone weep with me!

    Oh, and here's the latin version for good measure

    O Fortuna
    velut luna
    statu variabilis,
    semper crescis
    aut decrescis;
    vita detestabilis
    nunc obdurat
    et tunc curat
    ludo mentis aciem,
    egestatem,
    potestatem
    dissolvit ut glaciem.

    Sors immanis
    et inanis,
    rota tu volubilis,
    status malus,
    vana salus
    semper dissolubilis,
    obumbrata
    et velata
    michi quoque niteris;
    nunc per ludum
    dorsum nudum
    fero tui sceleris.

    Sors salutis
    et virtutis
    michi nunc contraria,
    est affectus
    et defectus
    semper in angaria.
    Hac in hora
    sine mora
    corde pulsum tangite;
    quod per sortem
    sternit fortem,
    mecum omnes plangite!




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    hi rupert
    what sort of prices are we looking at for these shows ?
    and what format will they in ? pangolin, ild, ect.
    if in .ild, i am up for a few depending on price
    thanks
    chris
    Quote Originally Posted by rupert morse View Post
    the pop selection is almost finished thay will be posted on http://www.stanwaxlaser.co.uk/ for download in the next 2 weeks

    the next cd will be a clasical selection

    startin with
    William Orbit Adagio For Strings
    --------------------
    A Night On Bare Mountain/Mussorgsky/Leibowitz
    -------------------------
    swan lake Tchaikovsky Act II: By a Lake: Dance of the swans: and maybe a mix
    -------------------------

    RIMSKY-KORSAKOV, N.: Scheherazade sinbad's ship
    ----------------------


    if anyone has some ideas of good clasical music let me know

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    Chris
    The price hasnt been set at this moment though w ehave discussed it - but will reflect the creation time, qulaity and artistic input from Rupert. They are all created in LD2OOO so will be default in that format but will also be available in 25fps ilda. I have already tested one show in QS and mamba and the frame stream works just sweet - and the content is fabulous!!! He isnt a lasershow leg end for nothing.
    We will share all the details when we have worked it all out between us.
    And just to be clear this will all be Ruperts content that he will be selling through my webby - Im just providing a shelf to put the goods on
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    @ Jem

    Ehm.... Just for record.... I made "O FOrtuna" lasershow (for n2/3 RGB projectors - master and satellites) more than one year ago. Show runs by "Showeditor2010" or "He-Laserscan" software.
    Showeditor allows me to export the show as *.ilda file

    All the best
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    Quote Originally Posted by rupert morse View Post
    the pop selection is almost finished thay will be posted on http://www.stanwaxlaser.co.uk/ for download in the next 2 weeks

    the next cd will be a clasical selection

    startin with
    William Orbit Adagio For Strings
    --------------------
    A Night On Bare Mountain/Mussorgsky/Leibowitz
    -------------------------
    swan lake Tchaikovsky Act II: By a Lake: Dance of the swans: and maybe a mix
    -------------------------

    RIMSKY-KORSAKOV, N.: Scheherazade sinbad's ship
    ----------------------


    if anyone has some ideas of good clasical music let me know

    Nice! your ability to swing the beams is just amazing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rupert morse View Post
    the pop selection is almost finished thay will be posted on http://www.stanwaxlaser.co.uk/ for download in the next 2 weeks

    the next cd will be a clasical selection

    startin with
    William Orbit Adagio For Strings
    --------------------
    A Night On Bare Mountain/Mussorgsky/Leibowitz
    -------------------------
    swan lake Tchaikovsky Act II: By a Lake: Dance of the swans: and maybe a mix
    -------------------------

    RIMSKY-KORSAKOV, N.: Scheherazade sinbad's ship
    ----------------------


    if anyone has some ideas of good clasical music let me know
    Good to see you're working out a distribution arrangement with Rob!
    Looking forward to your future show releases!!
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    Some good ear-candy that would love some corresponding eye-candy
    Anything from Gustav Holst The Planets


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    i love Gustav Holst The Planets i have programmed it so many times on different controllers i will do a mix of Mars and Jupiter
    thanks i will send you a sample when i do it
    im programming vangals Alexandria ost at present

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    Quote Originally Posted by rupert morse View Post
    ......im programming vangals Alexandria ost at present
    You're gonna have to go some to beat the Aquacity display to that Soundtrack.


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