1899 is an eight-episode series, or rather, it is “a short journey” as described in the bio, created by Jantje Friese & Baran bo Odar for Netflix.
Short journey because, as communicated by the authors themselves, the series stops at the end of the first season, although two more were planned, as for Dark.
Dark is referred to because the authors of 1899 are: Jantje Friese & Baran bo Odar, whose profiles by the way are currently non-existent …
On my opionion this series is definitely ICONIC at first because of this book:
May your coffee kick in before reality does.
AlsoI had one of those musically satisfying moments at the end of the first episode.
A surprise that was repeated in the concept, with different expressions though for each episode.
If you have already seen the series, we can talk about it in the comments: did you recognize each time?
The theme song then is a cover in the fitting interpretation of Eliot Sumner … last name that will surely ring a bell, right?
Also ça va sans dire: again the quotes and references chase each other, so much so that I encountered one of the themes I am particularly fond of, in addition to the clues related to computer binary codes.
One of these coincides with a scene that I loved: cups raised in unison!!
Did you notice the glitch at this juncture?
So three things I am partial to, yet amazingly there is another one!
Among so many references, do you want to mention some?
There are several interpretations of You make me feel like it’s Halloween, mainly originated by the final phrase: but you are the caretaker.
In an interview Matt Bellamy jokingly stated that there were too many songs about Christmas and it was time for someone to celebrate some other holiday, like Halloween for example.
What do you think about?
Over these twenty years undoubtedly Muse with their hits accustomed us to different kind of emotions.
I have always been impressed first and foremost by the powerful charge that Matthew Bellamy & Co. manage to exude, but also by their trademark flair combined with a completely unique genre that initially made it complicated to include them into a defined musical genre.
What is your favorite among their songs?
I know, it’s not easy to choose, I can’t rank them, although I have a special connection with some in particular.
In light of this we can perhaps reconsider You make me feel like it’s Halloween more for the message than the horror quotes, would you agree?
On October 26 Muse will be at Alcatraz in Milan great way to feel in the Hallooween mood.
How about you? When do you feel like it’s Halloween?
They call themselves fourteen crazy musicians who, armed with instruments and musical mokes, shoot thoughtful lyrics to the rhythm of Symphonic Swing’n’Roll in a stage-musical game suspended between reality and imagination.
Sounds like a good saraband to me, the merriment is infectious, don’t you think?
So thinking about the musical mocha, what other object produces a sound that you particularly enjoy?
It could be the sizzle of pancakes, the “sclock” of the cap of a jam jar … here we also go on onomatopoeia and therefore I ask for help with the right words.
After all, there are not very many legendary drummers.
And don’t miss this his I need coffee … Bali coffee rocks
sugar aside, I’m happy!!!
The witches seed where could it be represented if not in nature?
Tones theater Nature is great project of Tones on the Stones, which through a path of environmental redevelopment has begun to transform the former industrial site of Cava Roncino into a permanent Theater immersed in nature.
Magical isn’t it?
Yet that’s not all: some of the songs were written by Chrissie Hynde, another name that certainly needs no introduction, yet we can call Chrissie one of us about coffee.
Indeed, in this tweet she writes: as if I realized that over the years I would become a bit of a coffee snob. Easy to do with this new coffee culture we have embraced. But when I read Patti Smith’s tribute to Sam Shepherd, I noticed that she was referring to a cup of Nescafé when Sam called in the middle of the night.It was on my mind for a few months and I realized I was going to be a coffee snob. Surely if it’s good enough for Patti Smith, it’s good enough for me. Now I make myself a cup of powdered coffee and get on with my day.
What to say?
If instant coffee is good enough for the great …
Speaking of great, the main performer of The witches seed will be Irene Grandi.
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Unheard certainly have been all women tried and convicted of witchcraft, and The witches seed is inspired by a true story based on the writing of Jonathan Moore.
So let’s recap the ingredients:
– mix of Ossola Valley and immersive set projections by Edvige Faini
– mix of real-life characters and fantasy enrichments
– mix between rock and opera by the Philharmonic Orchestra under the direction of Eimear Noone
– mix between the pop rock imprint of Irene Grandi and the caliber of two sopranos: Maddalena Calderoni and Veronica Granatiero
– mix of Manfred Schweigklofer’s direction and Nemo Academy’s digital arts
what do you say, could that be enough?
But no: there are other really special weaves, and they are the Intreccincantiere promoted by Manifattura di Domodossola in collaboration with Lineapelle to enhance Made in Italy design and creative art, which will give a totally unique touch to the costumes.