Searching or search may refer to:
Search is a rock band formed in Johor Bahru, Malaysia. It was founded in 1981 by Yazit (drums), Hillary Ang (guitar), Nasir (bass guitar), Zainal (guitar) and Amy (vocals). The group went through many line-up changes in its career, but the songs and music remained strong and unique among Malaysian and Singaporean fans. To date, they have released eleven studio albums, a number of live, compilation and joint (with Wings) albums. They have been regarded by Malaysian rock fans as the greatest rock band in Malaysia with their numerous hits along with rock anthems.
The Search is a 1948 Swiss-American film directed by Fred Zinnemann which tells the story of a young Auschwitz survivor and his mother who search for each other across post-World War II Europe. It stars Montgomery Clift, Ivan Jandl, Jarmila Novotná and Aline MacMahon.
One oft-cited feature of this film is that many of the scenes were shot amidst the actual ruins of post-war German cities, namely Ingolstadt, Nuremberg, and Würzburg.
Trains bring homeless children (Displaced Persons or DPs), who are taken by Mrs. Murray (Aline MacMahon) and other United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA) workers to a nearby transit camp, where they are fed and cared for. The next morning, the children are interviewed by UNRRA officials to try to identify them and reunite them if possible with their families.
A young boy named Karel (Ivan Jandl) responds "Ich weiß nicht" ("I don't know") to all questions. He grew up in a well-to-do Czech family. The Nazis had deported his sister and doctor father, while the boy and mother were sent to a concentration camp. They eventually became separated. After the war, Karel survived by scavenging for food with other homeless children.
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"Musik" (English translation: "Music") was the Austrian entry at the Eurovision Song Contest 1971, performed in Viennese (a dialect of German spoken in Vienna) by Marianne Mendt.
The song was performed first on the night (followed by Malta's Joe Grech with "Marija l-Maltija"). At the close of voting, it had received 66 points, placing it 16th in a field of 18.
The song is about the ubiquity of music, although as Mendt sings, "it is often sold as something else".Orchestration-wise, the lyrics "feel the beat" referred to the birds flying over the lake and "feel the drum" referred to the plane flying overhead.
The song was succeeded as Austrian representative in the 1972 Contest by Milestones performing "Falter im Wind".
Musik is the second studio album by the Canadian electronic music artist Richie Hawtin as Plastikman. It was released on November 8th, 1994 through Plus 8 records and Novamute records. Musik was released to wide critical acclaim and is considered by many to be Richie Hawtin's best album as Plastikman. It presents both his bass driven ambiance and his stripped down beat experiments.