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    Lesson One: The Baton, Leonard Slatkins Conducting School

    5:45

    Leonard Slatkin's Conducting School 1.0 is a series of monthly videos showing music lovers conducting basics. A new lesson will be released on the 15th of every month.

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    Memorable Conducting from Great Conductors

    7:04

    Links to the videos I used:
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    Philippe Jordan:
    Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla:
    Sir Simon Rattle:
    Vladimir Jurowski:
    Leonard Bernstein:
    Valery Gergiev:

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    **I do not monetize my videos.

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    Guess What Hes Conducting 100% Classical Nerd Activated

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    Candide Overture: Leonard Bernstein conducting

    4:42

    Candide Overture, conducted by the composer himself, Leonard Bernstein. Concert performance of Candide with June Anderson, Jerry Hadley, Christa Ludwig, Nicolai Gedda - London Symphony Orchestra (London, December 13, 1989).

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    Interpretation Class: Beethoven - Symphony No. 5, Mvt. 1

    22:51

    Interpretations of Music: Lessons for Life
    with Benjamin Zander

    Series 4, Class 6
    Kens Lui, conductor

    For more classes like this one, please visit the Benjamin Zander Center -


    Dave Jamrog.Audio/Video

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    3 year old Jonathan conducting to the 4th movement of Beethovens 5th Symphony

    4:29

    This is 3 year old Jonathan conducting to the 4th movement of Beethoven's 5th Symphony.

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    Gergiev teaches conducting

    4:01

    Master-class in Rotterdam 2003
    A. Scriabin Le Poème de l'extase, op. 54

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    How to Conduct Music: Lesson #2-Conduct in 4/4, 3/4 & 2/4

    4:01

    Learn the basics of how to conduct in 4/4, 3/4, and 2/4 time signatures and practice along with the instructor.

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    Conducting Masterclass with Daniele Gatti and the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra

    2:59:38

    Live from the Concertgebouw Amsterdam the conducting masterclass with Daniele Gatti and the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra.

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    Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla on Conducting the Los Angeles Philharmonic

    2:02

    Los Angeles Philharmonic Associate Conductor Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla talks about her family history, conducting the Los Angeles Philharmonic and her upcoming concert program with Hilary Hahn in this new interview video! See Mirga conduct the LA Phil and violinist Hilary Hahn on Dec. 10-12, 2015, at Walt Disney Concert Hall, in a program featuring works by Weinberg, Vieuxtemps and Tchaikovsky. VIsit for tickets.

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    Yannick Nézet-Séguin on conducting La Mer / #BerlinPhilTour

    3:07

    More on our tourblog at
    A short trip through Europe is our first tour in 2019. We will be joined by conductor Yannick Nézet-Séguin, who has been a regular guest and good friend of the orchestra since his debut in October 2010. The tour takes us to four newly-built concert halls that have been completed within the last five years: the Elbphilharmonie Hamburg, the National Forum of Music in Wrocław, the NOSPR Concert Hall in Katowice and finally the Philharmonie in Paris. The programme includes works by Debussy and Prokofiev.

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    Daniel Barenboim on conducting

    7:39

    Daniel Barenboim discusses his move to conducting.
    Broadcast on the program This Day Tonight, ABC Television, 14 April 1969. #ClassicRecap

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    Romeo & Juliet ‘Dance of the Knights’ • Marin Alsop conducting masterclass • BPYAP • Snape Maltings

    17:38

    On the first conducting course on the Britten-Pears Young Artist Programme, Marin Alsop gives a masterclass to Karen Ní Bhroin, who conducts Act I, No.13 ‘Dance of the Knights’ from Prokofiev's Romeo and Juliet.

    Find out more about the players in the Britten-Pears Orchestra on our website:


    The Britten–Pears Young Artist Programme was founded over 40 years ago by Benjamin Britten and Peter Pears to provide high-level performance training for the world’s best emerging professional musicians.

    Residential projects and masterclasses take place throughout the year in the beautiful surroundings of the Suffolk Coast where Britten lived and worked. Participants benefit from an exceptional campus of performance spaces and studios, which has grown around the iconic Snape Maltings Concert Hall, home of the Aldeburgh Festival.

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    TEDxStLouis - David Robertson - The Art of Conducting?

    18:03

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    Richard Strauss Conducting

    2:44

    This is a clip from the 1994 documentary The Art of Conducting: Great Conductors of the Past. Richard Strauss is conducting the Vienna Philharmonic in a performance of Till Eulenspiegel. It's amusing that he could be conducting such great music while looking so extremely bored.

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    Lesson Four: What to Do with the Left Hand, Leonard Slatkins Conducting School

    5:20

    Leonard Slatkin demonstrates techniques and exercises for the conductor's left hand.

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    The Art of Conducting - Great Conductors of the Past

    1:57:01

    The Art of Conducting - Great Conductors of the Past (1994)

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    10 Conductors conducting the end of Mahler 2 simultaneously

    1:26

    But I don't know why made this. I'm just really bored i guess

    As you can see Mahler's Resurrection Symphony is the best.

    Only chose 1 audio (A Haitink 1995 recording) to play because if you play the audio of all the videos shown here, it will be the end of your ears.

    Conductors, Left to right:

    Haitink, Rattle, Vasquez, Boulez
    Abbado, Gergiev, Bernstein
    Ozawa, Jansons, Dudamel

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    Lesson Three: The Basic 2 and 3 Patterns, Leonard Slatkins Conducting School

    5:50

    Maestro Slatkin demonstrates how to conduct in 2 and 3.

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    passionate conducting, Tomomi Nishimoto

    3:09

    Brahms : Hungarian Dance No. 5
    Tomomi Nishimoto conducting
    Russian Bolshoi Symphony Orchestra

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    Lesson Two: The Basic 4 Pattern, Leonard Slatkins Conducting School

    5:58

    Maestro Slatkin explains the basic 4 pattern to aspiring conductors.

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    CONDUCTING FROM THE GRAVE - The Calming Effect

    4:49

    Lyrics:


    Clear your throat 'cause i can't understand a fucking word you say.
    You're running out of prescriptions to hide behind.
    There's only so many places to run.
    Broken mirrors are becoming more prominent in your fragmented world.
    I want to hear your last breath, as your lungs collapse.
    The death rattle brings the ravens.
    This is a battle you'll never win.
    The water only gets deeper from here, there's no sign of hope.
    Here's a consequence you'll see to the end.
    The smell of sulfur never fails to sooth the nerves.
    You're going to fill the air with ash, and feel every second of the burn.
    A cleansing takes place today.
    I never quite liked needles myself, but this should do the trick.
    Here's a little taste of hell.
    It's gong to start from the inside out, and take down every fiber of your being.
    You've become a spectacle.
    It's going to start from the inside out, and take down every fiber of your being.
    The air has begun to split with the sound of sirens.
    This is the best seat in the house.
    I'll watch you go up in smoke.
    The smoke flickers as you are cleansed from the Earth.
    And let thecalming effect to grasp the throats of all attendance.
    The water only gets deeper from here, and there's no sign of help.

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    Master Class in Conducting with David Robertson

    29:35

    LUCERNE FESTIVAL | Summer 2013

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    International Master Class for Orchestral Conducting 2009 - Konrad von Abel

    29:19

    Excerpts: Work with orchestra (stage II). Filarmonca Mihail Jora, Bacau (Romania

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    How to Conduct Music: Lesson #3-Conducting 6/8, 9/8, & 12/8 Beat Pattern

    5:31

    Learn how to conduct a choir with sheet music in 6/8, 9/8 and 12/8 time signatures.

    #HowToConduct #choir #music

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    6 Conductors conducting the end of Mahler 8 simultaneously

    1:45

    It's not as good as the Mahler 2 video :(

    I wish more live videos of this work is published so that I can compile them

    10 Conductors conducting the end of Mahler 2 simultaneously:

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    Conducting From the Grave - Into the Rabbit Hole

    4:42

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    Into the Rabbit Hole

    the bell doth toll
    the ringing stings in the vacant mind
    a feeling all to real of my impending end
    but i digress

    abhorrent one
    who are you to claim reign of me,
    to judicate my sins, to condemn my life

    but oh this chamber speaks to me
    the walls, they breathe and sing their twisted psalms
    blood hymns, consumes where darkness creeps

    in the voids will i wake, reborn, enlightened
    or was i left to remain, chained to this lifeless cage
    will i rise from the depths, prevail unbroken
    or will this abyss bring me to meet my early grave

    do i not see
    the rain turn glass
    the shards that stab
    unrelenting pain
    like winters cold
    the swarming chills
    there will be no warmth to comfort me

    but oh this chamber speaks to me
    the walls, they breathe and sing their twisted psalms
    blood hymns, consumes where darkness creeps

    in the voids will i wake, reborn, enlightened
    or was i left to remain, chained to this lifeless cage
    will i rise from the depths, prevail unbroken
    or will this abyss bring me to meet my early grave

    these stars that i see,
    the lights that now fade
    they keep calling my name
    though their voices seem
    to be the least welcoming

    the pulse is starting to slow
    the rhythm deranged
    the means to an end that i never planned on becoming

    gone
    gone

    in my tomb i will dwell, down the rabbit hole deeper still
    i am the sleeper who dreams, the lidless eye thats stirring
    an empty vessel to fill by my demons, and my haunting past
    the ignorance bread from a confused mind and the will to peer

    and i am the reason you hunt for light
    i am the reason you hide in fear when the dusk shrouds this lifeless earth

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    Webinar: Techniques for Conducting a Church Choir with Angela Westhoff-Johnson

    59:50



    OCP's webinar, Techniques for Conducting a Church Choir, explores the skills and techniques required to be a great liturgical choral conductor and music director. Drawing on years of experience as Music Director at St. Mary’s Cathedral in Portland, Ore., Angela Westhoff-Johnson provides foundational information for musicians who have recently started conducting choirs, as well as advanced tips for experienced conductors who are interested in taking their skills to the next level.

    This free 60-minute webinar covers:

    - Conducting techniques specific to different choir types
    - Proper body language and conducting gestures
    - Ways to develop vocal technique among your choir members
    - How to plan an efficient rehearsal to maximize your time

    Presented by Angela Westoff-Johnson, Managing Music Editor at OCP.

    In addition to her role as Managing Music Editor at OCP, Angela Westhoff-Johnson has been the director of music at St. Mary’s Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Portland for more than 21 years. There she conducts the cathedral choir, cathedral contemporary ensemble and the cathedral children’s choir, all of which provide music for weekly Sunday Eucharist as well as archdiocesan liturgies. She is also an active performer, conductor and workshop presenter.

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    Elements of Conducting - How To Conduct An Ensemble

    26:02

    In this episode of Everything Music I interview my good friend conductor Thomas Verrier. Tom is Senior Band Conductor and Director of Wind Ensembles and an Associate Professor of Music at Vanderbilt University’s Blair School of Music. He serves as Conductor of the Vanderbilt Wind Symphony, Artistic Director of the Vanderbilt Music Acadèmie in Aix-en-Provence, France, and Founding Director of the Conductors Lab (a joint project with musicians of the Berlin Philharmonic). We discuss the basic elements and his philosophy of conducting small and large ensembles. You can find Tom here:

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    Spotlight On Music - Choral Conducting

    57:54

    County College of Morris Department of Music, Dance & Performing Arts presents Spotlight On Music. In this instructional program, CCM alum Matt Vanzini conducts the Mt. Olive Choir and instructs CCM Music Students on conducting. Then Mr. Vanzini turns the choir over to students, who conduct the choir, many for their first experience leading a group.

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    Conducting From The Grave - The Rise

    4:49

    Official video for The Rise from the self titled 3rd full length
    album from Conducting From The Grave (2013).





    twitter: CFTGofficial

    Video directed by Michael Alvarez, Breathe easy media



    Get the self titled album on Itunes:


    First two Sumerian records released CFTG albums:
    Revenants 2011


    When Legends Become Dust 2009

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    Conducting Functions Video Ozawa Karajan

    2:42

    Analysis of conductors applying Gumm's theory of six functions of conducting
    (Music Educators Journal, December 2012)
    MUSIC RELATED
    1. Mechanical Precision Function: traditional right-hand beat/meter patterns.
    2. Expressive Function: changes of dynamics, tempo, phrasing intensity, and other expressive music content typically indicated by the left hand, also integrated into right-hand patterns, and by the emotion of the face.
    MUSICIAN RELATED
    3. Motivational Function: Signals to get, maintain, and heighten musician attention through alerting eye contact, facial expressions, body stance, and hand gestures, ahead of musical events so musicians are locked in and ready.
    4. Physical Technique Function: Gestures aimed at guiding the motion musicians put into playing instruments or singing--muscle exertion, direction, speed, and the like.
    5. Unrestrained Tone Function: Upward, circular, floating, rising, and minimized motions to release tension in tone production and leave musicians to flow and unify together on their own.
    6. Psychosocial Function: Gestures drawn from musicians' common experiences-- more mime, acting, or dancing than traditional conducting--for a more immediate connection to human expression.

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    Conducting From the Grave - Into the Rabbit Hole guitar/bass playthrough

    4:45

    This track is on our 3rd full length which will be self titled and self released in October. Playthrough directed by John Abernathy (CFTG guitars). DOWNLOAD THIS TRACK:

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    HOW TO: A Basic/starters guide to CONDUCTING

    11:30

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    CONDUCTING FROM THE GRAVE - We Who Shall Conquer

    4:23

    Lyrics:


    The endless battle wages for our minds but we will win the fight,
    for we shall not be broken.
    Every instance of struggle through time is just a test of strength to challenge our right to remain sublime,
    the will to dethrone ourselves with the failings of fathers by feeding the fathers,
    by tempting the tempest but by braving the storm and breaking the bonds of which we forged were reborn and eternal this will not be the reason we fade,
    we will not let our legacy end,
    we must rise to vanquish all that hinders us,
    and pave the way for brighter days but these monuments remain on these walls remain the stains of the blood that will not wash away,
    now we move to save this age against ourselves,
    born into struggle,
    we live to only breathe and die,
    with no one knowing our truth,
    but we can change,
    and see this world reclaimed,
    renewed.
    With our devout design through the endless storm a single light remains and we retain it,
    but will we have the hope that it will carry us through what has clouded our lost eyes in every act of trust we leave what's holding us and cast aside our fears reclaiming all that's our taking our place as legends countering the tides whose elegies will read we are the ones who have conquered fear laying waste to what has hindered us.

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    Lesson Five: Putting the Two Hands Together, Leonard Slatkins Conducting School

    6:09

    Building on previous lessons, Leonard Slatkin demonstrates how a conductor uses both hands to communicate with the orchestra.

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    Sir Adrian Boult explains his conducting technique

    4:33

    From a BBC documentary on Sir Adrian Boult (1889-1983).
    I am an ardent admirer of Boult's interpretations.
    Peter Heyworth wrote in The Observer: From Arthur Nikisch he had early acquired an immaculate stick technique and was quietly scathing about conductors who used their anatomy to indicate their artistic requirements. [...] In an occupation ridden with inflated egos and circus tricksters Boult brought a rare probity to everything he undertook.
    It is interesting that when one observes his conducting style, from the outside there is always calmness, elegance, self-control and economy of movement and gesture, but with this style he often achieved great results with the orchestra characterized by a warm, refined, living sound, full of expression and fire. Behind every work he conducted there was immense knowledge and thoroughness.
    I think these principles also hold true for many of the truly great pianists of the past.

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    Introducing the Negaunee Conducting Program, a partnership with the Colburn School

    3:42

    The Philharmonia are thrilled to announce a new partnership with Los Angeles' Colburn School to launch the new Negaunee Conducting Program led by our Principal Conductor and Artistic Advisor, Esa-Pekka Salonen. Up to three Salonen Fellows - recruited from around the world - will earn an Artist Diploma in Conducting at Colburn, developing and honing their craft under Esa-Pekka Salonen's personal mentorship. Together, the Colburn School and Philharmonia Orchestra will establish public opportunities for the Salonen Fellows to lead the world-class Philharmonia in both its residency series and designated tour dates; work with Salonen as assistant conductors on Philharmonia Orchestra projects and connect more widely to the Orchestra's Emerging Artists programme and outreach projects. The opportunity to identify and work with outstanding young conductors in this visionary global programme with the Colburn School is a wonderful manifestation of the Philharmonia's mission and vision.

    To find out more about how to apply and details of the course, please visit Deadline for applications is 1st December 2018, to commence studies in the autumn of 2019.

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    Ear Training: Conducting in 6/8 to Become Familiar with Rhythms and Time Signatures | Berklee Online

    1:43

    Download Your Free Music Theory Handbook Now:
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    In this video, Berklee Online instructor Gaye Tolan Hatfield introduces you to conducting in the 6/8 time signature. She explains that the 6/8 pattern is used for slower tempo music, where there are six eighth notes to a bar. She shows you the pattern to a metronome click, and also explains that the pattern can be used as a basis for more complex time signatures such as 7/4 or 5/8.

    About Gaye Tolan Hatfield:
    Gaye Tolan Hatfield is a professor in the of Berklee College of Music’s Ear Training department. She has also taught in the Harmony, Voice, and Ensemble departments. She co-wrote and teaches the Berklee Online courses Ear Training 2 and Music Foundations. Her work outside of the college includes writing, arranging, transcribing, and performing locally as a vocalist, pianist, and flutist. She has assisted orchestrators for the Boston Pops, and in the summer of 2013, wrote a choral arrangement that was performed at the Pops 4th of July concert.

    About Berklee Online:
    Berklee Online is the continuing education division of Berklee College of Music, delivering online access to Berklee's acclaimed curriculum from anywhere in the world, offering online courses, certificate programs, and degree programs. Contact an Academic Advisor today:
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    Conducting | Odd Time Signatures | Conducting Patterns | 6/8 | 6/4 | Metronome | Gaye Tolan Hatfield | Berklee Online | Berklee College of Music

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    Conducting From The Grave - The Rise

    4:46

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    Lesson Seventeen: Putting It All Together, Part Two; Leonard Slatkins Conducting School

    23:33

    In this month's video, Leonard Slatkin returns to the score study of Beethoven's Symphony No. 7, explaining what the conductor does when he/she studies a piece of music and how a conductor translates and interprets what is on the page.

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    CONDUCTING FROM THE GRAVE - Unholiest Of Nightmares

    4:27

    Lyrics:

    In the darkness of night
    Walls crawl with the lurid shades of the deepest pits of hell
    Devoid of time the pendulum swing arrests to an end
    Gone is the illusion of solace and sanctuary
    Replaced by abominations and visions of heinous shadows
    And nothing can stop them
    Lurking at the end where one dares enter slumber
    Caressing the silken sheets with the coldness of the dead
    Unholiest of nightmares dwell inside
    Where visits of the damned will have you begging for your life
    And there is no escaping what yearns for flesh suspended consciousness reviled
    Such bitterness at rest will have you clasping for cherished light that has been smothered
    By the hands of fiends
    Lungs collapse from the weight of being that one cannot see
    Demonic grasp bound the limbs and torso forcing down slowly crawling upon its victim laying in fear
    Pounding upon the chest with ungodly strength that shreds the very soul of a man
    Taunting are the howls that sill this foul scene
    Driving one to madness with its zeal to plague
    Unholiest of nightmares dwell inside
    Where visits of the damned will have you begging for your life
    Shadows creep into our minds
    Sustenance is our sacred essence
    Keepers of unholy sleep drown our thoughts with horrors of our hell
    With horrors of our hell
    And here I lay for eternity
    She rides upon the chests paralyzing all but eyes
    Drowns out the loudest screams, takes pleasure in silent cries
    Haunting lifeless corpses to fill her needs
    Malicious obscene monster with our dreams
    Feasting on vile essence that broods in me
    Dark demoness held captive in my sleep

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    Tokyo International Music Competition for Conducting 2015

    9:31

    Tokyo International Music Competition for Conducting 2015

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    Brian Tyler On Writing and Conducting Music

    5:19

    In this clip from - Brian Tyler is a film composer. He discusses different aspects of film composing from making effective moments in music to the amount of music that is put in a film.

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    Conducting From the Grave Eternally Gutted

    5:48

    Conducting From the Grave Trials of the Forsaken

    Very Good up and coming band!, take a good listen

    -Lyrics-

    A dark obsession with her frail form, laid upon this table.
    Eviscerated with surgical precision, lacerated far beyond infinity.
    A thousand hearts to perish, a million cities to burn experience within existence is defined with fate.
    The blade brushes the surface of her flesh, her skin crawls with apprehension.
    Realization of her imminent demise.
    Reflections of horror begin to fill her eyes.
    In this world, empires rise and fall, ages come and go.
    The only thing that's certain, everything will someday die.
    Devour this heart with memories of her.
    An eternity together that meant the world to me, when every second was consumed by her apathy.
    An obsession with the past unable to accept what is here before me.
    Indulging on her flesh.
    In this ceremony of butchery.
    Gazing upon blood stained hands.
    Insanity overcomes me.
    Cannibalistic thoughts cloud my tainted mind and I begin to feast

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    Choral conducting workshop | NYCGB

    3:18

    Watch NYCGB Deputy Artistic Director Greg Beardsell coach three members of the National Youth Training Choir as they get their chance to conduct the National Youth Chamber Choir. Recorded in 2014.

    Find out more about NYCGB's choirs and courses:



    Film by Rob Kelly

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    Louis Clark conducting The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra - Hooked on Classics pts. 1 & 2 LP 1981

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    Medley listing below. Some cornpone crud from the disco medley era. That's why I just had to pay that $1 to own it. Louis Clark conducting The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra - Hooked on Classics pts. 1 & 2 LP 1981. The single reached #2 on the U.K. Singles Chart #7 Ireland, #10 Billboard Hot 100. The album reached #4 Billboard Top 200 Albums and stayed on the chart for 68 weeks.
    01. Piano Concerto no. 1 in B flat minor Op 23 / Tchaikovsky
    02. Flight of the Bumblebee / Rimsky-Korsakov
    03. Symphony no. 40 in G minor / Mozart
    04. Rhapsody in Blue / Gershwin
    05. Karelia Suite Op 11 / Sibelius
    06. Symphony no. 5 in C minor Op 67 / Beethoven
    07. Toccata in D minor / JS Bach
    08. Serenade no. 13 in G major - 'Eine Kleine Nachtmusik' / Mozart
    09. Symphony no. 9 in D minor Op 125 / Beethoven
    10. Overture to William Tell / Rossini
    11. Le nozze di Figaro / Mozart
    12. Romeo & Juliet Fantasy Overture / Tchaikovsky
    13. Trumpet Voluntary / Clarke (the listed title is a common misconception; the correct title is Prince of Denmark's March)
    14. Hallelujah Chorus / Handel
    15. Piano Concerto in A minor Op 16 / Grieg
    16. March of the Toreadors / Bizet
    17. 1812 Overture / Tchaikovsky

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    Conducting Mahler

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    Conducting From The Grave - Dante

    4:39

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    CONDUCTING FROM THE GRAVE - And Our War Will Dawn

    4:29

    Lyrics:


    since the dawn of time
    it's been told that the path of the righteous will lead us to glory
    and through our convictions we're born anew
    with the blood of our foes stained on our hands
    the seas will flow red when the pale moon rises
    and our war will dawn, with its bloodlust quenched
    and we'll bring damnation

    forged by our darkened hearts
    they bear false witness to our righteousness in all
    the broken gods we claim,
    our destruction reigns as golden idols fall forged by our darkened hearts the broken gods we claim,
    left on the battlefield,
    cadavers lay impaled
    and in the midst of corruption the birth of gods
    shall lay waste to foundations

    and every city shall fall
    burning cities will fall to the ground and every city shall fall burning cities will fall to the ground and return to the ash that once sustained them
    the skies will send down
    acidic rains and ash storms
    and our war will end
    with no man left standing

    and our war will dawn
    with its bloodlust quenched
    and every city shall burn and fall
    destroyed to ash
    and our war will end
    with no man left standingand the just shall be smitten in genocides

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