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Elvis Presley
Elvis Presley
Photogramma celebritatis pro pellicula Jailhouse Rock (1957)
Natus 8 Ianuarii 1935
Tupelo Mississippiae
Obiit 16 Augusti 1977
Memphis Tennesiae

Elvis Aaron Presley (Latine sit Elvis Aron Presley, 1935 - 1977) fuit illustrissimus cantor et histrio Civitatum Foedertarum saeculi vigesimi.

Vita[recensere | fontem recensere]

Locus natalis Elvis Presley. Tupelo Mississippiae.
Sepulcrum Elvis Presley in Terra Gratiae.

Die octavo Ianuarii 1935 in urbe Tupelo Mississippiae natus est. Gemello suo mortuo nato, Elvis solus filius Gladys et Vernon Presley fuit. Elvis primum musicam in ecclesiae audivit. Duobus annis aetate ad ecclesiae frontem cucurrit quia cum choro canere voluit. Auditae sunt quoque musica et rusticana et dolorium. hae genera musicae confluxerunt in animum iuvenis. A pueritate musica ei maxime refert. Mense Octobri 1945 in certamine musicali Elvis carmen 'Senex Shep' cantavit qui tam parvus erat ut in sella stare necesse esset. Proximo anno, mater Gladys emit citharam hispanicam quocum ille in aeternum agnosceretur, quamquam Elvis voluerat birotam.

1948–1953[recensere | fontem recensere]

Familia Presley Memphem ivit. Illic in insula publica hababant Adulescens Elvis notus erat cantandi et citharam hispanicam psallendi. In ludo Elvis iterum in certamine cecinit , accipiens plus plausus quam alii ita modo vicit.

Demisso e ludo 'Humes High' probato, uno die Elvis ivit ad 'Solem', tabularium musicae cudendae (Anglice Sun aut Memphis Recording Service ut tunc erat). Ibi Marion Keisker iuvenem approbavit et Sam Phillips de illo certiorem fecit. Mense Iulio Elvis rediit ad Solem et cum Scotty Moore et Bill Black cuderunt 'Ita Bene, Mater' [anglice That's All right, Mama]. Cum Dewey Phillips carmen in radiophonica statione sonavit quod statim amatum est et multi identidem rogitabant id iterum sonare. Illa nocte carmen quattuordeciens auditum est. cursus mirus deductus est.

1951-1960[recensere | fontem recensere]

In Ludoviciana personans, Elvis occurrit Col Tom Parker. Mox Parker fuit patronus eius. Initio bonum erat sed in ultimis annis visum est ut Parker pecuniae avidus non satis operam daret pro arte clientis. Parker patrone, Elvis iit Nasburgum ad RCA Victorem. Sonavit 'Caupona Luctus' (Anglice Heartbreak Hotel). In multis televisionis spectaculis videbatur. Ubicumque puellae furentes clamabant lacrimabantque.

Anno 1956, in Aurifoleto cursum pellicularum cinematographicarum coepit, agens partem in cinematographeo 'tenere me ama' (Anglice: Love Me Tender). Nunc acroama per mundum notissimus Elvis emit domum Gratiae Terram ut ibi cum parentibus et avia habitaret. Eo tempore quoque in Canada tres symphonias dedit. Numquam postea extra Civitates Foederatas personabat.

Anni 1956 ad 1858 viderunt musicam quae apud originalissimam et flammentem operum Elvis erat, sed in anno 1958 omnia mutantur. Elvis in exercitum inductus est et mater eius Gladys mortua est. Ad Germaniam missus, Priscillae Ann Wagner uxori futurae occurrit.

1961-1970[recensere | fontem recensere]

Elvis ad Aurifoletum rediit ut 'Militis Dolor ' (Anglice GI Blues] imprimeret. In toto triginta tres pelliculas cinematographicas fecit quae erant non omnis bonae sed omnis lucrosae. Elvis pelliculis incrementum deiectus factus est. 1967 Elvis Priscillam in matrimonium duxit et filia eorum Lisa Marie Presley nata est Kal. Maii. Tempus felicitatis maximae erat. Deinde, spectaculum Reditus (Anglice '68 Comeback Special) rettulit Elvim ad scaenam post decem paene annorum absentiam.

1971-1977[recensere | fontem recensere]

Rex personabat iterum trans terram fautoribus gaudentibus. Sed, quod continuo aberat, coniungium dilabatur et 1972 Priscilla Elvim reliquit. Linda Thompson feliciter vitam Elvis intravit. Elvis fecit televisionis historiam cum spectaculo 'Aloha ex Havaiis' per satellitem artificiosum a milliens milliens milliens milia hominibus visum est. sed non diutius laetus videbatur Elvis. valetudo eius paulatim diminuere coepit ob quam magis et magis medicamentis fretus est. Carmina eius saepe dicunt de amore amisso, divortione et maestitia. Quamvis saepe tam aeger erat ut personaret, continuo etiamnum symphonias dabat. Linda eum attamen amans quoque reliquit. nonnulla e ultimis spectaculis a CBS 1977 impressa sunt pro televisione. larum erat Elvis in gravi difficultate erat etiamsi vox valet. Res peiores factae sunt cum custos amicusque 'Ruber' West foras daret librum 'Elvis, Quid Accidit?' dolens, Elvis vexavit quid a fautoribus suis et filia putandum sit. Die sedecimo mensis Augusti Elvis apud se in Gratiae Terra mortuus est. Solus quadraginta duo annos natus et per totum mundum amatus.

Vide etiam[recensere | fontem recensere]

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

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  • Baden, Michael M.; Hennessee, Judith Adler (1990). Unnatural Death: Confessions of a Medical Examiner. Ballantine. ISBN 0804105995
       
       
  • Bertrand, Michael T. (2000). Race, Rock, and Elvis. University of Illinois Press. ISBN 0252025865
       
       
  • Burke, Ken; Griffin, Dan (2006). The Blue Moon Boys: The Story of Elvis Presley's Band. Chicago Review Press. ISBN 1556526148
       
  • Caine, Andrew (2005). Interpreting Rock Movies: The Pop Film and Its Critics in Britain. Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 0719065380
       
  • Caulfield, Keith (September 18, 2004). ""The King of Crossover's No. 1 Hits"". Billboard 
  • Charlton, Katherine (2006). Rock Music Styles: A History (5th ed.). McGraw-Hill. ISBN 0073121622
       
  • Clayton, Dick; Heard, James (2003). Elvis: By Those Who Knew Him Best. Virgin Publishing. ISBN 0753508354
       
       
       
       
       
  • Dyer, Peter John (Winter 1959–60). ""The Teenage Rave"". Sight and Sound 
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  • Elster, Charles Harrington (2006). The Big Book of Beastly Mispronunciations. Houghton Mifflin. ISBN 978-0618423156
       
  • Escott, Colin (1998). ""Elvis Presley"". In Kingsbury, Paul, editor. The Encyclopedia of Country Music. Oxford University Press. ISBN 0195176081
       
       
       
       
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  • Guralnick, Peter (1999). Careless Love: The Unmaking of Elvis Presley. Back Bay Books. ISBN 0316332976
       
  • Guralnick, Ernst; Jorgensen (1999). Elvis Day by Day: The Definitive Record of His Life and Music. Ballantine. ISBN 0345420896
       
       
  • Hopkins, Jerry (2002). Elvis in Hawaii. Bess Press. ISBN 1573061425
       
  • Hopkins, Jerry (2007). Elvis—The Biography. Plexus. ISBN 0859653919
       
       
  • Jezer, Marty (1982). The Dark Ages: Life in the United States 1945–1960. South End Press. ISBN 978-0896081277
       
  • Jorgensen, Ernst (1998). Elvis Presley—A Life in Music: The Complete Recording Sessions. St Martin's Press. ISBN 0312185723
       
  • Kamphoefner, Walter D (2010). ""Elvis and Other Germans: Some Reflections and Modest Proposals on the Study of German-American Ethnicity" (2009)". In Kluge, Cora Lee, editor. Paths Crossing: Essays in German-American Studies. Peter Lang. ISBN 9783034302210
       
  • Keogh, Pamela Clarke (2004). Elvis Presley: The Man, The Life, The Legend. Simon & Schuster. ISBN 0743456033
       
  • Kirchberg, Connie; Hendrickx, Marc (1999). Elvis Presley, Richard Nixon, and the American Dream. McFarland. ISBN 0786407166
       
       
  • Lott, Eric (1997). ""All the King's Men: Elvis Impersonators and White Working-Class Masculinity"". In Stecopoulos, Harry; Uebel, Michael, editors. Race and the Subject of Masculinities. Duke University Press. ISBN 0822319667
       
       
  • Marcus, Greil (2006). Elvis Presley: The Ed Sullivan Shows. DVD Booklet Image Entertainment. UPC 01438137302 
  • Marsh, Dave (1980). ""Elvis Presley"". In Marsh, Dave; Swenson, John, editors. The Rolling Stone Record Guide (2nd ed.). Virgin. ISBN 0907080006
       
       
  • Marsh, Dave (1999). The Heart of Rock & Soul: The 1001 Greatest Singles Ever Made. Da Capo. ISBN 0-306-80901-X
       
  • Marsh, Dave (2004). ""Elvis Presley"". In Brackett, Nathan; Hoard, Christian, editors. The New Rolling Stone Album Guide (4th ed.). Simon & Schuster. ISBN 0-7432-0169-8
       
       
  • Matthew-Walker, Robert (1979). Elvis Presley. A Study in Music. Midas Books. ISBN 0859361624
       
       
  • Miller, James (2000). Flowers in the Dustbin: The Rise of Rock and Roll, 1947–1977. Fireside. ISBN 0684865602
       
       
  • Morrison, Craig (1996). Go Cat Go!: Rockabilly Music and Its Makers. University of Illinois Press. ISBN 0252022076
       
  • Moscheo, Joe (2007). The Gospel Side of Elvis. Center Street. ISBN 1599957299
       
  • Moyer, Susan M. (2002). Elvis: The King Remembered. Sports Publishing LLC. ISBN 1582615586
       
  • Myrie, Russell (2009). Don't Rhyme for the Sake of Riddlin': The Authorized Story of Public Enemy. Cannongate. ISBN 1847671829
       
  • Nash, Alanna (2003). The Colonel: The Extraordinary Story of Colonel Tom Parker and Elvis Presley. Simon & Schuster. ISBN 0743213017
       
  • Nash, Alanna, et al. (2005). Elvis and the Memphis Mafia. Aurum. ISBN 1845131282
       
       
  • Pendergast, Sara; Pendergast, Tom (2000). St. James Encyclopedia of Popular Culture (4th ed.). St. James Press. ISBN 155862404X
       
  • Pilgrim, David (March 2006). "Question of the Month: Elvis Presley and Racism". Jim Crow Museum at Feris State University 
  • Pleasants, Henry (2004). "Elvis Presley". In Frith, Simon, editor. Popular Music: Critical Concepts in Media and Cultural Studies, Volume 3: Popular Music Analysis. Routledge. ISBN 0415332699
       
       
  • Presley, Priscilla (1985). Elvis and Me. G.P. Putnam's Sons. ISBN 0399129847
       
       
  • Rock and Roll Hall of Fame (2010). "Elvis Presley". Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 
  • Rodman, Gilbert B. (1996). Elvis After Elvis, The Posthumous Career of a Living Legend. Routledge. ISBN 0415110025
       
  • Rogers, Dave (1982). Rock 'n' Roll. Routledge & Kegan Paul. ISBN 0710009380
       
       
  • Sadie, Stanley, editor, ed. (1994). The Norton/Grove Concise Encyclopedia of Music (Revised ed.). W. W. Norton. ISBN 0393037533
       
       
  • Stanley, David; Coffey, Frank (1998). The Elvis Encyclopedia. Virgin Books. ISBN 0753502933
       
       
  • Tasker, Yvonne (2007). ""Cowgirl Tales"". In Codell, Julie F., editor. Genre, Gender, Race, and World Cinema: An Anthology. Blackwell. ISBN 1405132329
       
  • Trust, Gary (June 2, 2010). ""Chart Beat"". Billboard 
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  • Wadey, Paul (January 8, 2004). ""Jake Hess"". The Independent 
  • Warwick, Neil; Kutner, Jon; Brown, Tony (2004). The Complete Book of the British Charts: Singles & Albums (3rd ed.). Omnibus Press. ISBN 1844490580
       
  • Waters, Lindsay (Spring 2003). ""Come Softly, Darling, Hear What I Say: Listening in a State of Distraction—A Tribute to the Work of Walter Benjamin, Elvis Presley, and Robert Christgau"". Boundary 2 
  • Whitburn, Joel (1993). Billboard Top 1000 Singles 1955–1992. Billboard Books. ISBN 079352072X
       
  • Whitburn, Joel (2004). The Billboard Book of Top 40 Hits (8th ed.). Billboard Books. ISBN 0823074994
       
  • Whitburn, Joel (2006). The Billboard Book of Top 40 Country Hits (2nd ed.). Billboard Books. ISBN 0823082911
       
  • Whitburn, Joel (2007). Joel Whitburn Presents the Billboard Albums (6th ed.). Record Research. ISBN 0898201667
       
  • Whitburn, Joel (2008). Joel Whitburn Presents Hot Country Albums: Billboard 1964 to 2007. Record Research. ISBN 089820173X
       

Bibliographia addita[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Allen, Lew. 2007. Elvis and the Birth of Rock. Genesis. ISBN 1905662009.
  • Ann-Margret et Todd Gold. 1994. Ann-Margret: My Story. G.P. Putnam's Sons. ISBN 0399138919.
  • Cantor, Louis. 2005. Dewey and Elvis: The Life and Times of a Rock 'n' Roll Deejay. University of Illinois Press. ISBN 025202981X.
  • Dickerson, James L. 2001. Colonel Tom Parker: The Curious Life of Elvis Presley's Eccentric Manager. Cooper Square Press. ISBN 0815412673.
  • Finstad, Suzanne. 1997. Child Bride: The Untold Story of Priscilla Beaulieu Presley. Harmony Books. ISBN 0517705850.
  • Goldman, Albert. 1981. Elvis. McGraw-Hill. ISBN 0070236577.
  • Goldman, Albert. 1990. Elvis: The Last 24 Hours. St. Martin's. ISBN 0312925417.
  • Klein, George. 2010. Elvis: My Best Man: Radio Days, Rock 'n' Roll Nights, and My Lifelong Friendship with Elvis Presley. Virgin Books. ISBN 9780307452740
  • Marcus, Greil. 1999. Dead Elvis: A Chronicle of a Cultural Obsession. Harvard University Press. ISBN 0674194225.
  • Marcus, Greil. 2000. Double Trouble: Bill Clinton and Elvis Presley in a Land of No Alternative. Picador. ISBN 057120676X.
  • Nash, Alanna. 2010. Baby, Let's Play House: Elvis Presley and the Women Who Loved Him. It Books. ISBN 0061699845.
  • West, Red, Sonny West, et Dave Hebler (ad Steve Dunleavy dicti) 1977. Elvis: What Happened? Bantam Books. ISBN 0345272153.

Nexus externi[recensere | fontem recensere]

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