Description: Marozsán Erika (hungarian actress) the lady who sings and Stefano Dionisi (italian) the man who plays the piano.From the movie "Szomorú Vasárnap".Lyrics: László JávorMusic: Rezső Seress
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Photos by David Kertesz Music: Rezső Seress Gloomy Sunday Lyrics: László Jávor Billie Holiday version of Gloomy Sunday. Marozsán Erika (hungarian actress) the lady who sings and Stefano Dionisi (italian) the man who plays the piano.From the movie "Szomorú Vasárnap".
This video helps to understand that it is necessary to defend ourselves against the strong sentimental influences that get to subconscious level. THE BEST OF COMMENTS: "This doesn't make me want to kill myself, it's a fucking beautiful song, makes me glad that I'm alive to listen to it..." (65hilary48) "This is so fucking beautiful... it makes me think about life, about death, about everything... but this makes me want to live." (mollehhhx)
I dont claim to own this song. This is just for fun. Constructive critics are welcome. my other karaokes : www.youtube.com
Famous song by László Jávor & Rezső Seress. Many people committed suicide because of this sad tune. Originally just a song, often performed in gypsy mood but many jazz greats had it on their repertoire, too. We do a smooth real Hungarian version of it and then include a final chorus as Artie Shaw played it with his big band.Recorded at the 25th anniversary gala of the Bohém Ragtime Jazz Band (Kecskemét, Hungary). The event featured many swing, charleston and tap dancers and Steven Mitchell swing dancer and singer from the USA. The concert took place in Budapest, Béla Bartók National Concert Hall, Palace of Arts on Oct 24, 2010. The hall was full, thus 1300 people in the audience. The whole concert is available on DVD (almost 2 hours, 28 tunes) from firstname.lastname@example.org Also, check us out at www.bohemragtime.com and our newest project at www.OhYeahDay.com
This promotion trailer features extracts of Anna Aliena's two adaptions of the Hungarian tune "Gloomy Sunday" which was originally composed by Rezsö Seress in 1933. She uses the famous theme and interweaves it with two completely different versions: The first one is called "Suicide Drive", the second "Lovers in War". Both versions make a whole which was released as a single (Go!Diva Records) on Novemver 30th, 2012. By the way, in the 1930s "Gloomy Sunday" triggered mass suicide ... Music by Anna Aliena & Reszö Seress, lyrics by Anna Aliena. itunes.apple.com
This is a cover of a piece of music by Reszo Seress that supposedly caused the listener to commit suicide, hence "Suicide Song" Billie Holiday does the best version in my humble opinion. Sorry for the awful acoustics and I need better live recording equipment!
video i made a while back of this great song and photos i took from around northern california, including half moon bay, yosemite, morro bay, and one special tree.
the most creepy song ever. sorry about the video but i was bored and it was a gloomy sunday ....
This is a sequence I filmed for a camera assignment at university, it was all filmed on the 10th and 11th of January 2011. As it was an overcast day and pretty glum I thought the images would work well with the Kronos Quartet Version of Gloomy Sunday, which i the title of my piece. Gloomy Sunday is the world famous Hungarian suicide song originally composed by Hungarian composer and pianist Rezső Seress in 1933. This was filmed on a Panasonic HPX500 in Heysham, The ruins on top of the cliff are that of St Patrick's Chapel and rock cut coffins that are from the 13th century. It is located in Heysham, England. The site is called Heysham Barrows. Let me know what you guys think of the shots and where I could improve, feedback is helpful for me :)
One of the most atmospheric tunes you'll ever hear (once famously banned by the BBC) given suitably moody treatment here by Georges Kaplan Presents... Rezső Seress' bleak Gloomy Sunday, frequently referred to as The Hungarian Suicide Song. Performed live as part of Chaos Theory's Jazz Market night at Bar Undersolo in Camden.
The world known Gloomy Sunday in english by the hungarian singer Krámli Kinga. Accompanist: Garaguly István WWW.MYSPACE.COM/KRAMLIKINGA
Me playing "Gloomy Sunday" on the piano. This piece is also known as "The Hungarian Suicide Song." **Please visit: www.albertaprigliano.net. CD's/downloads available!! ** Sorry, sheet music not available as all arrangements are my own. My style comes from a Juilliard education & 40 years of professional playing.
(Lyrics in description) An EA images video, Gloomy Sunday (Deluxe Edition) Originally by pianist & composer Rezso Seress in 1933 to a Hungarian poem by László Jávor. - Had fun making it on halloween and have finally got round to posting it ^_^ So Enjoy x Lyrics: Sunday is gloomy, my hours are slumberless Dearest the shadows I live with are numberless Little white flowers will never awaken you Not where the black coach of sorrow has taken you Angels have no thought of ever returning you Would they be angry if I thought of joining you? Gloomy Sunday Gloomy Sunday, with shadows I spend it all My heart and I have decided to end it all Soon there'll be candles and prayers that are sad I know Let them not weep, let them know that I'm glad to go Death is no dream for in death I'm caressing you With the last breath of my soul I'll be blessing you Gloomy Sunday - All images from Google images, facebook and music 'Gloomy Sunday (Deluxe edition)' by the extremely talented Emilie Autumn.
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