Ich ein Video von RRcherrypie zu meinen YouTube Favoriten hinzugefügt

RE-MENT collection #3 – Cooking from RRcherrypie:[embed_code]

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(1) Product name:
0:04 ぷちキッチン
2:13 Let’s クッキング
(It cost 263 yen per set. / This is the blind box.)
Brand: RE-MENT
(2) Those old series made in 2004-2006 were discontinued. I bought them at a local store in 2004-2006. I think you can’t find those old series, because RE-MENT sells new series constantly and stop manufacturing old series.
(3) They are not magnets.
(4) It is inedible.
(5) I made 1/12 scale kitchen myself.

Кукольная еда
مطبخ مصغر
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Ich ein Video von virtuosowannabe zu meinen YouTube Favoriten hinzugefügt

Ligeti – Atmosphères (Abbado) from virtuosowannabe:[embed_code]

Viena Philharmonic

„The piece evokes a sense of timelessness in which the listener is lost in a web of texture and tonality. Harald Kaufmann has described it as „acoustically standing still“, a stationary sound which has movement within it that is similar to breathing“

„One of the central ideas in Atmosphères, the realization of complete stasis through extensive inner motion, germinated during Ligeti’s Hungarian years. The composer later noted that he had been preceded in the writing of „static“ music by Wagner (Prelude to Das Rheingold and the Prelude to Act I of Lohengrin), Bartók (opening of The Wooden Prince), and Schoenberg („Farben,“ the third in Five Pieces for Orchestra, Op. 16). But neither Bartók nor Wagner or Schoenberg ever achieved stasis through its exact opposite, as Ligeti did in Atmosphères. Large portions of the piece consist of extremely dense counterpoint, with up to 56 voices (each string instrument has his or her own individual part to play). But the imitative entrances are so close to one another that it is impossible to perceive them separately, with apparent immobility as the result“ – Wikipedia