Description: Aria Figaro from opera by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart "Le nozze di Figaro" (The Marriage of Figaro)

Description: Gounod's Ave Maria, based on a work by Bach in the performance of Anna Maria Devi. Lyric Coloratura Soprano

Description: Delilah Aria (Mon coeur s'ouvre a ta voix). Popular mezzo-soprano aria from Camille Saint-Saens's opera Samson and Delilah (Softly awakes my heart, My heart opens itself to your voice). Grand opera in three acts and four scenes by Camille Saint-Saens to a French libretto by Ferdinand Lemaire.

Description: A rendition of the very popular classical piece by Rimsky Korsakov, performed on solo grand piano

Description: black opera in a next to zero mood.

Description: Gavot from Opera "Manon" by Jules Massenet for Soprano Voice.

Description: Seguidilla for Mezzo-Soprano Voice from Opera "Carmen" by Georges Bizet.

Description: Excerpt from Ponchiellis Dance of the Hours, from the opera La Gioconda. Well-known tune used in several paradies. This arrangement is a little faster for use in commercials and other productions. Bright, quirky and whimsical version featuring small string and woodwind ensemble. 60sec and 30sec versions

Description: This composition is dedication of Divine Mother of the Universe - the creative power of Absolute and the primordial Power of Eternity. This is a hymn to the Great Woman's Principle, without which neither life and nor creations are possible. The mother of all created has an innumerable number of names and all the ancient religions revere the Mother of the World in this or that aspect of female deities, honor the Goddess on a par with the Gods. For example, in ancient Egypt - it is Isis, Hindus - Kali, Gnostics - Sofia, Dukkar in Tibet, Guanyin - in China, Korea, Vietnam and Japan, Venus in Phoenicia, Bellus in Assyria, Anahita in Persia. Christians revere her in the face of Virgin Mary, the Mother of Christ. The Holy Spirit is the creative power and the Woman's Beginning, in other words - the Mother. The composition allows the manifestation of this force in each listener.

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