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Published on April 16, 2008

Author: Viviana

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Slide3:  A-ha is a band from Norway. The members of the group are Morten Harket (vocals) Magne Furuholmen (keyboards) and Paul Waaktaar (guitar). There biggest hit is "Take on me". They have been on a "World tour". They made a song for a James Bond movie, and the song is called "Hunting high and low". The band are not together anymore. The first really existing band was named "Bridges" by Magne and Paul. They finished the band in 1982. After the both eager musicians tried to get success in London. But the first try wasn’t successful. They got to know Morten Harket at a concert with an old band named „Soldier Blue". Under the condition they had enough demonstration matrial, not only two or three songs. The three went to the basement of Paul's home.But they didn't have a name yet. Morten looked at Paul’s notebook and found a song called A-ha inside. Simple and international!! In this basement they also created the first world-hit "Take on me". It was named "Lesson One" before. With a few demonstration meterial in the luggage, Morten, Magne and Paul went to London. They lived under bad conditions until they met Terry Slater, their manager. In 1984 they published the first single "Take on me" in first Version, but they sold only 300. In April 1985 the song have been published again; with no success Through the original comic-video the title got the Nr. 1 on 9th, Octo- ber in 1985 in the American Billboard-Charts and also in other eleven countries they became Nr. 1!!! "The sun always shines on tv" was a big hit in the UK. Slide5:  A-HA returned in 2000 to the great surprise of the public. They published a new record called ”Lifeline”. This record kept the earlier ”80s” sound in the songs but this time modern, fresh tone can also be found in their tracks. Slide7:  Turbonegro were formed in late 1988 by Rune, Pål and Tom. They made their first concert in Copenhagen April 1989, made their first 7" the same year (produced by Chris Calmeye, who also produced "Ass cobra" and "Never is forever"). They toured the US in 1990 with Pål Erik Carlin on vocals, and released some further singles on Sympathy For The Record Industry, and an album on local label Big Ball Records. Some of the tracks are already in the 'deathpunk' vein, but a bit poor in production. It really started in 1995 when they passed over a tape to Anthony X Martin from Amrep Distro in Hamburg. He decided to release it and therefore founded Boomba Records. During the 1998 Europe tour, the vocalist Hans Erik Dyvik Husby had a break down in Spain due to heavy use of herion, and had stay at a mental hospital there. After this, they decided to break up, and did a last gig at Mars in Oslo, before Hans Erik went to stay with his grandparents in Lofoten, Norway. Slide8:  · Hans Erik Dyvik Husby (hank von helvete) vocals · Knut Schreiner (euroboy) guitar · Thomas Seltzerr (happy tom) bass guitar · Pĺl Břttger Kjćrnes (pĺl pot pamparius) keyboard, rythm · Christer Engen (Chris summers) drums · Rune Grřnn (rune rebellion) rythmguitar Slide10:  In this peaceful spot located at the coast in the north of Norway, he slowly recovered from being a total wreck to. He worked at a museum and at the local radio station, and slowly came back to life. After four years in "exile", he finally re-discovered his call in life. He was Hank von Helvete, and he was sent to earth to spread Darkness to the people. The band got back together in 2002, which resulted in a comeback concert at the Quart Festival in Kristiansand, Norway. Turbojugends from all over the world showed up at this concert, especially from the US and Germany. The sale of sailorhats and t-shirts reached NOK 400.000,- ($60.000,-), which is exceptionally good in Norway. The comeback was followed by a large US tour, called "The Res-Erection Tour", together with Queens of the Stone Age, a continuing tour in Europe, ending up with hall-conserts in Norway, and the release of the album "Scandinavian leather" 28th of April 2003. In Norway they really hit the charts during spring 2003 with both the single "Fuck the world" (5th place), the album "Scandinavian leather" (1st). Also the old album "Apocalypse dudes" climbed the top charts, and the old video "Turbonegro - The movie" (15th) on the DVD-list. Slide11:  Gimmick Their first gimmick under the name Turboneger, was just to put on sun-glasses, afro wigs and "large lips", but they didn't use this for long. They soon changed their gimmick to contain elements of denim and homosexuality, with more feminin make-up, sailorhats, wigs and so on. The gimmick has become extremely popular, and on every concert turbojugends turns up in similar dressing. Turbonegro has made it accepted for boys to dress up, and be a little gay once in a while, just for fun. The denim element also led to a sponsor contract with Levi's. The Flag of the Olympic Games :  The Flag of the Olympic Games The flag of the Olympic Games has five interlocking rings (blue, yellow, black, green, and red) on a white ground. The rings represent the five parts of the world that were joined together in the Olympic movement: Africa, the Americans, Asia, Australia and Europe. Slide16:  Delegation Italian Running bare-footed, Abebe Bikila (ETH-athletics) did not go unnoticed when he entered the marathon. He refused to be daunted by the condescending remarks. He left all his opponents behind and crossed the finishing line victorious, near Constantine's triumphal arch. Slide17:  One of the most interesting participants in Roman Olympic Games is the Ethiopian Abebe Bikila who gained the golden medal in Marathon running. The competitor was running the 42 km-long distance barefoot and won the race. Years later he repeated his act but this time he was wearing shoes. Abebe Bikila (1932-1973) Slide18:  The youngest winner was Cassius Clay or Muhammad Ali as he was called by many,who became champion in light-heavyweight boxing. He was only 18 years old. Slide23:  Seven men from Altötting were shot to death by SS-men because they supposedly planned a conspiracy against Adolf Hitler. Slide24:  A NSDAP-man wanted to kill these people because the seven men wanted to stop the politics of the NSDAP. They wanted peace with the US-Army. SS-men shot the seven men down near "Gnadenkapelle" in Altötting. The SS-men wanted to warn the other people not to fight against the NSDAP. They died in Altötting at the end of the war.They died, because their names were on a List. The nazis wrote a list.   The people of Altötting were scared. They didn't want to get involved in the conspiracy. They didn't want to know anything about it. These seven men didn't want to follow Hitler anymore and they wanted peace with the Americans. :  These seven men didn't want to follow Hitler anymore and they wanted peace with the Americans. Hans Riehl Martin Seidel Josef Bruckmayer Adam Wehnert Josef Kehrer Adalbert Vogl Max Storflinger Never more! Slide28:  Towards the end of the First World War the idea of establishing a festival in Salzburg arose. The princely Baroque town was far from the everyday bustle of the big cities. Director Max Reinhardt, who had begun his career as an actor in Salzburg, Stadttheater, submitted a memorandum to this effect in Vienna in 1917. In turn, the poet and dramatist Hugo von Hofmannsthal published an outline of the festival’s philosophy in 1919. These two artists were then joined by composer Richard Strauss, scenic designer Alfred Roller, and Franz Schalk, conductor and director of Vienna Hofoper. Working in concert against all oppositions, these five men founded the Salzburg Festival even before there were any prospects of obtaining funds for a festival theatre. Slide29:  The Festival was born on 22 August 1920 when Hofmannsthal’s morality play Jedermann ("Everyman"), in Reinhardt’s production, was performed on the steps of Cathedral Square. When the production was revived the following year, a series of concerts was added, and the first opera was heard in 1922. The theatre was built in 1925-7 to provide The Felsenreitschule (Summer Riding School) was made available as a venue in 1926, and a festival professional working conditions and permit an expansion of the repertoire. Salzburg soon became a meeting place for the best directors, conductors, actors and singers of that age. Bruno Walter, Arturo Toscanini, Clemens Krauss and Fritz Busch; Lothar Wallerstein, Clemens Holzmeister and Rudolf Hartmann; Alexander Moissi, Werner Krauss and Helene Thimig; Lotte Lehmann, Richard Mayr, Viorica Ursuleac, Helge Rosvaenge and Richard Tauber: all these names are inseparably linked with the Festival’s early years. Slide30:  The view of the city from above Slide31:  Cathedral Slide33:  (1756-1791) he was born in Salzburg Slide35:  One of the most important composers of the 19th and 20th centuries. Strauss was undoubtedly a great force in the musical modern as well as a glorious summation of late-romanticism. These include the symphonic poems Tod und Verklärung, Till Eulenspiegel and Also sprach Zarathustra, which brought him lasting fame before the turn of the century. From the first childlike attempts (Weihnachtslied, 1870) into old age (Four Last Songs, 1948), Strauss devoted himself to song composition. He was to become the unsurpassed master of the genre. Slide36:  Max Reinhardt arrived at a time when the modern theatre was booming with new ideas and ready to try new styles. Theories of Zola, Wagner, Strinberg, and Appia grabbed the eyes of artists. Reinhardt used the writings of composer Richard Wagner as a source of aesthetic theory as well as his ideas of the music drama. They shared the belief that it was the responsibility of the modern stage to recreate a perfect mixture of music, poetry, dance, and song, which they believed to be instinctive to man. They sought to appeal to the senses and the feelings, and the bringing together of all these arts on one stage was Wagner's theory of the "total art work." Reinhardt rejected the realistic stage and searched new, expressive, and emphatic ways of visual, scenic, and musical representation, which led him directly to experimentations with ways of mixing arts. Slide37:  The Austrian poet, dramatist, and essayist Hugo von Hofmannsthal (1874-1929) is best known for his opera librettos. He is also considered to be a master of German lyric poetry. Hugo von Hofmannsthal was born in Vienna and spent most of his life there. He charmed the literary world at the age of 17. Hofmannsthal belonged to the circle of Jung-Wien poets, who were little affected by the naturalistic tendencies of their time. He was strongly influenced by the neoromantic movement and European symbolism. Hofmannsthal's first period (1890-1899) began when the sensitive youth mingled with artists and men of letters in Vienna's famous Café Griensteidl. His first poems, critical essays, and lyrical playlets (two of which were professionally performed on the Berlin stage) appeared under the pseudonym Loris Melikow. Slide39:  Gustav Klimt first made himself known by the decorations (with his brother and their art school companion F. Matsch), for numerous theatres and above all for the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna, where he completed the work begun by Makart in a coolly photographic style. At the age of thirty he moved to his own studio and turned to easel painting. At thirty-five he was one of the founders of the Vienna Secession; he withdrew eight years later, dismayed by the increasingly strong trend towards naturalism. Slide41:  G. Klimt was one of the best known Austrian painters of the Viennese Secession, a new style of art. Among many changes in architecture, crafts and painting there was also a change in fashion. Ladies used to wear very tight corsets, however, doctors really warned them to do so. As one of his many girlfriends was a fashion designer, the two of them created wide dresses hanging loose, but with lots of patterns like in his paintings. Klimt himself loved those gowns so much, he even wore them himself. He thought they were much more comfortable than trousers. Slide42:  The End…

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