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JAMES GALWAY

 
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NAZWA
James Galway
URODZONY
Belfast, Irlandia Północna, 8 Grudnia 1939
INSTRUMENTY
Flet
GATUNEK
WYTWÓRNIE
BMG, Discom, RCA, RCA Victor, Victor Red Seal/BMG
ID WYKONAWCY
3544
DOROBEK ARTYSTYCZNY
 

SKŁADANKI

The Very Best Of - James Galway The Very Best Of 2002   CD  
Annies Song - James Galway Annies Song 1995   CD  
Greatest Hits, Vol. 2 - James Galway Greatest Hits, Vol. 2 1992   CD  
Greatest Hits - James Galway Greatest Hits 1988   CD  
Annie'S Song & Other Galway Favorites - James Galway Annie'S Song & Other Galway Favorites 1978   CD  
 

DVD&VIDEO

At The Waterfront - James Galway At The Waterfront 2005   DVD  
 

INNE

The Essential James Galway - James Galway The Essential James Galway 2006   CD  
Ich War Ein Berliner - James Galway Ich War Ein Berliner 2006   CD  
Wings Of Song - James Galway Wings Of Song 2004   CD  
Quiet On The Set - James Galway Quiet On The Set 2004   CD  
Song Of Home: An Irish American - James Galway Song Of Home: An Irish American 2003   CD  
Love Songs - James Galway Love Songs 2001   CD  
Un-Break My Heart - James Galway Un-Break My Heart 2000   CD  
Compilation - James Galway Compilation 1999   CD  
Edition Highlights - James Galway Edition Highlights 1999   CD  
Winters Crossing - James Galway Winters Crossing 1998   CD  
Franck,Prokofiev, Reinecke / Flute Sonat - James Galway Franck, Prokofiev, Reinecke / Flute Sonat 1997   CD  
Legends - James Galway Legends 1997   CD  
Flute Concerto, Concertino For Fl & Cl - James Galway Flute Concerto, Concertino For Fl & Cl 1997   CD  
James Galway Plays Nielsen - James Galway James Galway Plays Nielsen 1996   CD  
Sonatas - James Galway Sonatas 1996   CD  
The Wind Beneath My Wings - James Galway The Wind Beneath My Wings 1995   CD  
ORCHESTRAL SUITE NO. 2, CONCERTO - James Galway ORCHESTRAL SUITE NO. 2, CONCERTO 1995   CD  
The Magic Flute Of James Galway - James Galway The Magic Flute Of James Galway 1995   CD  
Concerto For Flute And Harp, Andante - James Galway Concerto For Flute And Harp, Andante 1995   CD  

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HwKJb2C8BysR [2013-10-06] Nearly all of whatever you aessrt is astonishingly appropriate and it makes me ponder why I hadn't looked at this with this light previously. Your article really did switch the light on for me personally as far as this specific subject goes. Nevertheless there is 1 point I am not necessarily too comfortable with so whilst I try to reconcile that with the core theme of the issue, allow me observe what all the rest of the readers have to point out.Nicely done.
kpb8LOVD [2013-10-05] Just to add: Kitty Holland, the journalist with the Irish Times, who broke the story (because not all the Irish Times staff are as creavn as their editor) has written in the Guardian about how she found out about the story. This extract is important, I think: The fact that Savita was not Irish has been central. If she had been Irish, I believe the international reaction would have been more muted. The domestic sense of shame would not have been so great. We Irish like to think of ourselves as an eternally welcoming people who look after our visitors and yet it seems we let her down at her most vulnerable moment, when she needed care most.If she had been Irish, perhaps the international reaction would have played out with an underpinning sense that, well, that is what Ireland does to its women. But the line from Newsweek to Channel 4 News to New Delhi TV has been: Did Irish abortion laws kill this Indian woman? Having read of what happened to Kate Fitzgerald in her poweful place of employ, and the subsequent changing of her words, and the tacit agreement on the part of all interested parties to let it drop, I would say she is absolutely spot on there.Of course the Kate Fitzgerald case is not Savita Halappavanar's only predecessor there are many other examples of cover-ups and shamings and Irish arrogance for so long They have continued Their hegemony unopposed that They feel They can afford to mock us openly now. They have become a little complacent. But early attempts from elements of Them to try and get both sides of the story and dismiss the testimony of Praveen Halappavanar as emotive have been [ciach!] down. Very very quickly. Because this time the whole world is watching, judging and finding us wanting. Hopefully this time the whole rotten dynastic cute-hoor edifice will collapse. The challenge will be finding a replacement and tackling what is rotten with in us.Well done Kitty Holland, even if I have no time for your employer.
rx4oDEdq1zs [2013-10-04] It happened again. I visit the bleoggr who commented, just to say thank you. And I stay amazed and pleased for so long. Talent and taste. And Richard Elliot. Well, my chores forgotten, I am in Mexico City today... and the music.
9FNXAFkKOJzR [2013-10-02] There is "something" magic about your black and white. I am trying to frugie it out in Photoshop but so far I have not been able to touch your magic.Your black and white looks almost like it is a photo turned into black and white plastic or steel but not soft, pliable, "love-to-touch" flesh and blood. Yet I know it is.I ordered the new Adobe Photoshop CS5 that will come out the last day of June 2010. It has some new features in it that will save me a lot of trouble. One is that if you have anything crossing the front of a picture -- telephone pole or line or a flagpole or anything -- and you wand to remove it without messing up the picture. There is this tool that leaves a green mark like a pencil or marker would. You simply paint out the thing you want to remove but you don't have to be very careful and it comes right out and leaves fine strands of hair, for example, perfectly in place and undisturbed.So an electrical power line crossing the face of a pretty guy could be taken out with this tool/cursor and it disappears like magic. Can't wait to try that on some older photos.
 
 
 
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