Kokuhaku Jikkou Iinkai Fantasia: LOVE&KISS is the sixteenth light novel in the overall Kokuhaku Yokou Renshuu novel series franchise, and the first with the Fantasia subtitle. The novel recounts the in-universe story of the music video for LIPLIP's \"LOVE&KISS\".
Musician's or Publisher's Notes Sonata No. 13 Op. 27, No. 1 in E-flat Major \"Quasi una Fantasia\" Ludwig van Beethoven ThePiano Sonata No. 13, published as the first sonata under opus 27, is the oftenoverlooked sibling of the more popular Moonlightsonata. Completed in the same year as the Moonlight, both sonatas share the same subtitle \"Quasi unafantasia,\" meaning \"like a fantasy.\" The phrase is an indicator of the obviousdepartures that both pieces make from the typical pattern of a Classicalsonata. Indeed, these two sonatas adhere less to the formal expectancies of thesonata pattern than the late piano sonatas.
Throughouthis life, Beethoven continued to make contributions to the genre of the pianosonata. He never stopped developing itsform, seeking new levels of expression and scope. The title of the sonata Op. 27 No. 1 \"Sonata quasi unafantasia\" already suggests an unusual form and intensity of expression. Beethoven abandons the expected sonatascheme by opening with a slow movement, by returning to themes at surprisingtimes, and by blurring divisions between movements. The sonata ends with a boisterous Allegro that combines featuresof sonata and rondo form.
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The Symphonic Fantasia Han-Kook oui Ja-Yeon (Nature in Korea ) is a single-movement orchestral piece, which is divided into 5 characteristic sections - each section has programmatic subtitles (Rocks, River, Sea, Wind, and Mountain) and its own idée fixe motive. The degree of texture (homophonic/polyphonic), dynamics (strong/weak), density (thick/thin), velocity (fast/slow), and orchestration (emphasizing various sections of the orchestra) is determined by depiction of the subtitles. The critical commentary of the Symphonic Fantasia Han-Kook oui Ja-Yeon (Nature in Korea ) includes a discussion of form, pitch content (melodic and harmonic), and texture of the piece. The commentary also includes a discussion of the use of programmatic subtitles (Rocks, River, Sea, Wind, and Mountain) and depiction of these concepts in the orchestration of the work. A comparison with other orchestral works is added for explanation and support of the composer's concept. Some of the other composers who are discussed in this paper include Richard Strauss (Alpine Symphony), Gustav Holst (The Planets), Frank Bridge (The Sea), Aaron Copland (Billy the Kid), and Joseph Klein (Pathways: Interior Shadows).
Written by Tony Kushner, it's set in the 80s at the height of the AIDS epidemic in New York. Ronald Reagan is in the White House and Republicans believe things are on the up; everyone else fears the apocalypse is nigh (the subtitle of the play is: A Gay Fantasia on National Themes). Although it's 24 years since Angels made its London debut, it still feels very timely in the age of Trump.
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AliceKeshet Center for the ArtsReview by Stephanie HainsfurtherAlso see Rob's reviews of Ay, Compadre! and Fulfillment CenterThe CastPhoto by AJ HedrichIts subtitle is \"an adventure of wonder and wondering,\" but we know right away that Alice is not the classic story by Lewis Carroll. Nor is it a newer version of Nutcracker on the Rocks, Keshet's 20-year holiday dance show that deviated from its own classic roots while remaining firmly fixed in the traditional story at beginning and end. This Alice, like The Nutcracker, is a fantasia of a young girl's movement toward womanhood. Quite unlike Tchaikovsky's ballet, however, that transition has nothing to do with romance and everything to do with facing her fears—alone, and in a dark wood.
BESIEGED (R) Director: Bernardo Bertolucci. With David Thewlis, Thandie Newton. (92 min.) +++ After fleeing her violence-torn homeland, an African woman goes to work for an eccentric English composer in Rome, developing a complex and increasingly affectionate relationship with him. Inventive acting and imaginative filmmaking transform what might have been a minor variation on Bertoluccis notorious Last Tango in Paris into an offbeat fantasia thats romantic, whimsical, and unsettling by turns.
THE SARAGOSSA MANUSCRIPT (NOT RATED) Director: Wojciech Has. With Zbigniew Cybulski, Iga Cembrzynska, Joanna Jedryka, Aleksandr Fogiel, Barbara Kraftowna. (180 min.) +++ Reissue of a minor classic of Polish cinema from 1965, restored to its full length. Stories grow out of other stories, rather like bamboo shoots, during the frequently dreamlike experiences of an 18th-century military officer who enters a series of fantastic adventures after finding a mysterious old book. In Polish with subtitles.
CURRENTLY IN RELEASE AFTER LIFE (NOT RATED) Director: Hirokazu Kore-Eda. With Oda Erika, Arata, Naito Taketoshi, Tani Kei, Naito Takashi. (118 min.) +++ The setting of this gentle Japanese allegory is a homely old building where newly deceased people are asked to choose their most valued memory, which is then preserved by being filmed on a movie set. The premise seems strained at first, but the fantasy builds delicate emotional power as it explores the lives and wishes of its ghostly movie producers as well as the people theyre trying to serve. In Japanese with subtitles.
THE KING OF MASKS (NOT RATED) Director: Wu Tianming. With Zhu Xu, Zhou Ren-Ying, Zhang Riuyang, Zhao Zhigang. (101 min.) +++ Dwelling in a rigidly traditional society that values youth over age and males over females, an old Chinese entertainer and a homeless little girl become unlikely partners in the quest for a reasonably contented life. The story becomes slow and repetitive during its long middle section, but the acting is expressive, and some of the cinematography is dazzling. In Mandarin, with subtitles.
PUSHER (NOT RATED) Director: Nicolas Winding Refn. With Kim Bodnia, Laura Drasbaek, Zlatko Buric, Slavko Labovic. (105 min.) +++ The life and times of a Danish drug dealer in trouble with dangerous colleagues. The action is horrific at times, but it adds up to a vigorous message about the hazards of a criminal life. In Danish, with subtitles.
XIU XIU: THE SENT-DOWN GIRL (R) Director: Joan Chen. With Lu Lu, Lopsang, Gao Jie, Li Qianqian. (99 min.) +++ During the Cultural Revolution about three decades ago, a Chinese teenager leaves home for an educational experience in the countryside, where she is brutally exploited by men holding power in the region. Chinese authorities have censored this movie, apparently upset at its negative treatment of a disturbing subject, but audiences are likely to find its candor as honest as it is unsettling. In Mandarin, with subtitles.
The wacky-yet-heartfelt comedy just about works; the gibberish dialogue, not so much. But this could be the makings of a crowdsourced cult fave, if playful viewers end up creating their own subtitles.
An electrifying philosophical fantasia that imagines four towering figures of 1960s America arguing over how to navigate racism as Black men. Enraging, but also thrilling, bursting with cinematic joy.
JAMES FISHER'S MOST RECENT contribution to the scholarship of the theater is an up-to-date, comprehensive study of Tony Kushner's plays, a valuable book for anyone interested in American drama. Through seven chapters, Fisher explores the more than thirty plays, operas, and adaptations that the forty-five-year-old Kushner has produced. Perhaps Kushner's most famous work is the pair of plays Angels in America: A Gay Fantasia on National Themes (Millennium Approaches and Perestroika), for which he won the Pulitzer Prize in 1992. Fisher provides a vade mecum for anyone interested in Kushner or the American theater in the turbulent 1990s and early new century. Kushner is responsible for providing a national forum, as Fisher's subtitle indicates, \"Living Past Hope.\" His early plays, such as A Bright Room Called Day, focus on the events of the 1980s juxtaposed... 781b155fdc