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Ventania - Bad Haggis - Wine Dark Sea (CD, Album)

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  1. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Discipline. - Captives Of The Wine Dark Sea at Discogs. Complete your Discipline. collection/5(15).
  2. MP3 Bad Haggis - Wine Dark Sea Celtic World Fusion at its finest -- traditional Celtic instruments with Latin, jazz, rock, alternative, African and groove influences -- come together in a delectible sonic stew played by world-class and world-famous mezishakarhuginisdaikasa.xyzinfo: $
  3. Directed by Ben Lister. With Clare Hopes, Chris New. Cured of colour blindness, Alex must convince a criminal psychiatrist that he is seeing more than intended. Has the next stage of human evolution been stumbled across or is Alex just buckling under the mental strain of seeing the world anew?
  4. WINE DARK SEA with its 11 songs joins Bad Haggis’ previously released ARK and Trip albums and SURROUND MUSIC AWARDS-nominated DVD SPAN. The disc includes “Cinderella Man,” original end credits music Eric wrote and performed for the film of the same name starring Russell Crowe/5(5).
  5. Info for Wine Dark Sea. Four outstanding wind band composers are represented on this album from The University of Texas Wind Ensemble conducted by Jerry Junkin. The title piece by JOHN MACKEY, Wine Dark Sea, is the world premiere recording of this important new work.
  6. Wine-Dark Sea is dedicated to Jerry Junkin, without whom the piece would not exist. The second movement, Immortal thread, so weak, telling of Kalypso's broken heart, is dedicated to Abby, without whom none of my music over the past ten years would exist. - Program Note by composer.
  7. "What is really great about Bad Haggis is the variety of the music mix you will hear -- from the upbeat and Latinish Beijo (love those drums) to the tradition-flavored and familiar Rocky Road to Dublin. We recommend a buy for this CD [Wine Dark Sea] -- a solid four stars! Highlander Radio.
  8. Wine-dark sea is a traditional English translation of oînops póntos (οἶνοψ πόντος, IPA: /ôi̯.nops pómezishakarhuginisdaikasa.xyzinfo), from oînos (οἶνος, "wine") + óps (ὄψ, "eye; face").It is an epithet in Homer of uncertain meaning: a literal translation is "wine-face sea" (wine-faced, wine-eyed). It is attested five times in the Iliad and twelve times in the Odyssey, often to describe.
  9. This wine-dark sea has haunted many imaginations. Nineteenth-century British prime minister William Gladstone posited in Studies on Homer and the Homeric Age that the Greeks had a form of color-blindness, their optical palette limited to black and white, and possibly red. Another theory was that a type of algal bloom, red tide, made the Homeric-era Aegean wine-red.

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