Original YT playout date: 23 August 2009
“””Du holde Kunst! In wieviel grauen Stunden…”” wrote Schubert, the composer who gave his name to a popular sweet in powdered form, to his Muse known as Musik (sic). “”Thou gentle art, in how many grey hours in which the earths wild circle encompassed me, hast thou ignited warm love in my heart, and draw me into a better world…””
After this Poworocki draws himself into the world of fast food, making short work of one of Knorr’s products, reconstituted dried potato.”
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Other people featured: Lucja O Poworocki
Genre: Extraordinary Rendition
Music used: Schubert’s An die Musik
Languages used: English
Animals/plants featured: None
Original playout date: 23 March 2008
Here we start a new “Huliganov’s Experience” series, this time in Barcelona, Spain. This is just the outward travel leg, you don’t see Spain at all in this first chapter.
Continue reading “Huliganov’s Barcelona Experience #1 – Smoking is for morons”
Original playout date: 17 December 2007
Christopher and Kasia once again in the third in a trio of Baden-Wurttemberg cities.
Continue reading “Stuttgart”
Original playout date: 7 November 2007
“The first in a trio of German cities taken on a recent excursion to the Baden-Wuerttemburg part of Germany. Coming up are Tuebingen and Stuttgart.
The earlier parts of the film are night shots, but if you don’t like night footage stick to it anyway, it gets on to day footage after a few minutes.
Continue reading “Reutlingen”
Original playout date: 21 September 2007
This is a staple of classical music lovers, regurgitated here by Huliganov who gets interrupted and goes all out of character at the end of the performance. Enjoy.
Continue reading “Schubert’s Staendchen”