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Louis_Armstrong_in_Prague_via_Tres_Bohemes
When Louis Armstrong visited Prague in March of 1965, at which time he was truly an international star. While groups such as the Beatles were emerging, Armstrong still led the charts with the song, Hello Dolly. It’s still a big mystery as to how Frantisek Spurný arranged for Louis Armstrong to agree to no less than nine – yes...
Czech-Songs-Tres-Bohemes
If you go into any old Czech bar that plays Folk music you will find at least one of these songs the track-list. These are songs that my grandparents used to sing around the campfire during communism when this music wasn’t even allowed. This type of music isn’t for everyone but for my grandparents it...
In this video by Denis Rochard, a group of five talented musicians perform Dvořák’s String Quintet in G major Op.77. The musicians perform the quintet by candlelight, giving the video a warm, intimate atmosphere. The music is clear and energetic, the atmosphere is haunting, and the filming is smooth and artistic. Surrounded by candles and chandeliers, the musicians perform the song...
There are few cities in the world that have been immortalised in a music video to the extent of Prague in Never Tear Us Apart, the 1988 hit from Australian rock band INXS. Yes… We do agree that it is Prague’s Coolest Music Video. In the video, a very sexy and brooding Michael Hutchence takes a...
Jacques-Brel-Tres-Bohemes
Jacques Brel was a Belgian singer and songwriter who initially gained a following in Belgium and France for his theatrical, poetic songs, later becoming known throughout the world. Born in Brussels, he later moved to Paris in order to further his musical career. He is known for his thoughtful lyrics and passionate singing style. Many of...