Ophelia - April Storm album download
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- Manufactured By – Ohklectic Records
- Distributed By – Ohklectic Records
- Composed By, Producer – Ophelia
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 611052027121
Hurricane Ophelia (known as Storm Ophelia in Ireland and the United Kingdom while extratropical) was regarded as the worst storm to affect Ireland in 50 years, and was also the easternmost Atlantic major hurricane on record. The tenth and final consecutive hurricane and the sixth major hurricane of the very active 2017 Atlantic hurricane season, Ophelia had non-tropical origins from a decaying cold front on 6 October
April Storm is the debut CD by pianist Ophelia, and a wonderful beginning it is! Passionate, with inspiration coming from a wide variety of sources, the music ranges from gentle melodies to big sweeping scores. With very impressive piano chops to bring her music to life, there are no holds barred in Ophelia’s playing. Perhaps this is unrealistic, but it bears checking out. End of tirade! Ophelia very skillfully blurs the lines between jazz, pop, and classical styles, creating a musical vision that is uniquely her own. Using percussion as well as synth strings, she incorporates various ethnic rhythms - eclectic, indeed! From the delicate Rose Petal to the almost militaristic Sunflowers, this lady can do it all - and well! There are no weak tracks on this CD, but a few stand-outs are April Storm, Of Heart, Ice Rain, and Ocean
Cleopatra is the second studio album by American indie folk band The Lumineers. The album was released in the United States on April 8, 2016, and contains the singles "Ophelia", "Cleopatra", "Angela" and "Sleep on the Floor".
The Coming Storm is the fifth studio album by British electronic group Freestylers. The album was released on 10 June 2013, almost seven years after their last. It is their first full-length release through the Black Hole Recordings subsidiary Rub-A-Duck. It is also one of their first projects with Chris Bishop from Stereo:Type, the new addition to their production team.
Tropical Storm Ophelia. 2011 Atlantic hurricane season. Tropical Storm Alpha (disambiguation). Tropical Storm (album). Ophelia (The Band song). Tropical Storm Ophelia. Tropical Storm Ophelia may refer to: In the Atlantic Ocean: Hurricane Ophelia (2005), a slow-moving hurricane that battered the coast of North Carolina. Hurricane Ophelia (2011), a powerful Category 4 hurricane that affected Bermuda (as a powerful hurricane) and Newfoundland (as a post-tropical storm). In the Western Pacific Ocean: Tropical Storm Ophelia (1948) (T4805).
Where is Ophelia headed? Find the Post-Tropical Cyclone Ophelia path here. above image is an example of the Western North Atlantic page - see Atlantic future radar page for a full set of images). If a tropical storm or hurricane is threatening land, you can check my future radar for an idea of what radar might look like as the storm approaches. Ophelia Land Hazards. NWS Local Hurricane Statements.
Image caption Damage caused by Storm Ophelia in Cork. Cumbria Police said it was dealing with "numerous incidents" related to the high winds, which reached up to 70mph in the area. The force had received reports of roofs and debris on the roads and overhead cables which had come down and it was urging people to only make essential travel. All road users were urged to stay indoors and not travel unless their journey was absolutely necessary. Great Storm of 1987: The day 18 people were killed. Red sun phenomenon 'caused by Hurricane Ophelia'. Smoke smell' forces flights to land. Media playback is unsupported on your device.
Hurricane Ophelia, October 2017. Ophelia m Ophelia 16 Oct 2017.