Monday, June 18, 2007

Paul Potts - seems NWN are not the only ones to notice this rising star !





A humbling, exhilarating experience that will set you free
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Dear Arnie:
Many, many thanks for sending these links.

This unassuming man from Wales took two of the most beautiful pieces of music ever penned and "knocked the ball out of the park."

If the definition of art is anything that can move you to your very soul , then this is some of the best. The world has been searching for another Luciano Pavarotti, and I think we have found him. We will be hearing a lot more from Mr. Potts. And just when I thought the cultural war was lost. Thank God for miracles.

I am going to circulate widely to friends and associates. If you are tired of all the gutter trash that is being shoved down our throats then turn on these links, give it time to load and enjoy. Be prepared to be "elevated." Tom


----- Original Message -----
From: "Arnold Leibowitz"
To:
Sent: Sunday, June 17, 2007 1:33 PM
Subject: A humbling, exhilarating experience that will set you free

> If you saw "The Shawshank Redemption" you will recall the scene when Andy > Dufresne (Tim Robbins) played The Flower Duet over the loudspeaker system at > Shawshank Prison, stupefying the entire prisoner population in glorious awe > of the spiritual truth and sense of freedom conveyed by the singers.> > Well folks, here is such a real-life emancipation, Parts 1 and 2, in which > you can also join in with these exhilarated audiences.> >


PAUL POTTS sings.......................

Part 1:> > http://video.yahoo.com/video/play?vid=646496&cache=1> >

Part 2:> > http://www.thedailyreel.com/spotlight/tv/archive/2007/06/15/paul-potts-wows-again-in-semi-finals?gnewsid=1181889729.86> >

5 comments:

dizzyfatplonka said...

He was a hidden gem, now discovered. Classical music as a whole is the one factor that unites europeans.
Something enjoyed throughout the world, yet a unique product of one continent.

Anonymous said...

Arnold Leibowitz ???

A true European name im sure!

NorthWestNationalists said...

Oi veh, already !

Pete R said...

IIRC, the music you refer to from Shawshank Redemption is actually the 'Letter Duet' from Mozart's Marriage of Figaro: which coincidentally I'm going to at Buxton next month :-)

Anonymous said...

Bravo,bravo !