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Sarajevo

dnevne dogadjaji dog1017005-06.php The performance of "Sunday Bloody Sunday" was recorded live at the band's PopMart (PopMart Tour) show at Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina on 23 September 1997. Because Bono lost his voice early in the show, guitarist the Edge sang the song, accompanied only by his guitar. It is a quiet, pensive performance of the song, a stark contrast from the fiery original on ''War (War (U2 album))''. UNPROFOR deployment The last


Boston

the album's European release through Polaris Musique Sony. Her latest release is the "Airports EP (2008)," a collection of four orchestrated tracks intended to be a teaser for her forthcoming album. Paula is known for her melodic, emotional songs, expansive instrumental arrangements and sweet, distinctive singing voice. Early history The Handel and Haydn Society was founded as an oratorio society in Boston on April 20, 1815, by a group of Boston merchants and musicians, "to promote the love of good music and a better performance of it". The founders, Gottlieb Graupner, Thomas Smith Webb, Amasa Winchester, and Matthew S. Parker, H. Earle Johnson, "Handel and Haydn Society," in H. Wiley Hitchcock and Stanley Sadie, eds., ''The New Grove Dictionary of American Music'' (London: Macmillan Press, 1986), Vol II (ISBN 0-943818-36-2), p. 318. hoped to bring Boston audiences the best of the old (Handel (George Frideric Handel)) and new (Haydn (Joseph Haydn)) in concerts of the highest artistic quality. The Society premiered on Christmas Eve in 1815 at King's Chapel, with a chorus of 90 men and 10 women. Production Screenwriter W. D. Richter adapted a short story by Chris Radant that appeared in a Boston newspaper. commons:Boston


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