Connect With Lunar Orbit Here: https://twitter.com/LunarOrbit_ https://www.facebook.com/LunarOrbitUpload/ http://officiallunarorbit.tumblr.com/ 1. If Not Now, When? 2. Outlines 3. Bounces Nicely 4. Introduction To The Sweetness Of Things Half-Remembered 5. The Sweetness Of Things Half-Remembered 6. Clutch 7. Fade Slowly 8. I Leave This 9. Inlines 10. Daily List 11. Stark Colours 12. Bloom In The Sweetness of Things Half-Remembered, composer and saxophonist Rafael Karlen seamlessly draws together elements from jazz and Western art music through skillful composition and tasteful improvisation. The inventive and lyrical playing of pianist Steve Newcomb and saxophonist Rafael Karlen is showcased soaring over the colorful textures and beautiful musical environments of a string quartet. credits released September 1, 2014 Rafael Karlen- tenor saxophone Steve Newcomb- piano Rebecca Karlen- violin Eugenie Costello-Shaw- violin Alice Buckingham- viola Danielle Bentley- cello All compositions by Rafael Karlen Recorded January 28 and 29, 2014. Recorded and mixed by Mark Smith Mastered by Dave Gardner at Magneto Mastering Produced by Rafael Karlen Design by Sai Karlen Photography by Dave Collins Cover photographs by Rafael Karlen www.rafaelkarlen.com
In this 1988 interview, Harry Smith spoke with Miep Gies and Mary Steenburgen on the film The Attic: The Hiding of Anne Frank and Gies' time spent harboring the Jewish child in Amsterdam during the Holocaust.
For Ms.Pans 6th Period Enlgish Class
Digestive System Video Group One: Amanda Karlen, Justin Acosta, Emmanuella Dickson, Aubri Smith, and Audrey Naughton
Fight Night in Johnsburg. Jerad did great! It got scary there for a moment for his opponent , but he managed to walk out of the cage in the end!
Karlen catches up with Kirby and Jay after the RAMS victory vs Alberta. Jay talks about his touchdown and Kirby explains the story behind him place kicking for the first time ever!
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Behind the scenes of the new Berardi/Foran/Karlen album. "Hope in my pocket" is the new album from celebrated Australian musicians Sean Foran, Rafael Karlen and Kristin Berardi. Drawing on content from ANZAC letters, this suite of music explore themes of hope, fear, seperation, loss, love, and conditions of war. Sounds of jazz, folk and classical music combine in a way that is intensely intimate and moving, with Berardi's sublime vocal sounds melding with the melodic contours of the piano and saxophone in a captivating way. Kristin Berardi - voice Sean Foran - piano Rafael Karlen - saxophone "If you have not heard Kristin Berardi sing, rush to do so. She is probably the finest jazz singer Australia has produced…" SMH "The balance between composition and improvisation gives the ear a bit of structure to rely upon while keeping on its toes. Most of all, this music is about as beautiful as it gets (Rafael Karlen - Sweetness of things half-remembered)" - Wondering Sound "a gifted pianist with abundant ideas and the technique to go with them (Sean Foran)" - Irish Times. www.bfkmusic.com Album out OCT 2nd - CD/LP/Digital/Score Book This project is supported by the ANZAC Centenary arts and culture fund public grants program Videography - Michelle Secis Photography by David Collins Recorded at Queensland Multicultural Centre, 3-5th June, 2015 by Mark Smith Mixed by Mark Smith Mastered by David S Gardner Art design by Sai Karlen Special guest John Parker - percussion www.bfkmusic.com