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  • Albanian Piano Music

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    This album contains punchy folkloristic suites, dances and miniatures from a musically neglected corner of Europe. Presented by Piano Classics, a label of Brilliant Classics.

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    There are two generations of Albanian composers represented on this invaluable guide to the country’s piano music. Simon Gjoni, Cesk Zadeja and Tonin Harapi belong to the first generation of professional composers from Albania, all born in the 1920s, studying abroad but returning to the capital and artistic hub, Tirane, to lead cultural life while the country suffered from comparative international isolation in the 1950s and 60s. It is to this later generation that Pellumb Vorpsi, Thomas Simaki and Vasil Tole belong.

    Due to its extreme isolation the musical development in Albania kept its own pace and direction, independent of what was happening in other countries. This new recording presents a unique overview of the music by Albanian composers of the 20th century. From the 1950´s on the musical life received a new impetus in the development of musical education systems and the founding of several symphony orchestras, and composers were inspired to write in a new national style, which was rooted in the rich folk music tradition of the country.

    This album marks the debut of Marsida Koni (b.1981) on Piano Classics. An Albanian native, she grew up in her home country and made her broadcast debut at the age of just nine, and her orchestral concerto debut two years later. Having graduated from the university in Tirane, she pursued further studies in Italy, where she now makes her career. She has a recorded partnership with the clarinettist Piero Vincenti, and she is artistic director of the Lazar Berman International Piano Competition in Camerino in the Marche region of northern Italy.

    Composer: Thomas Simaku, Pëllumb Vorpsi, Kozma Lara, Feim Ibrahim, Cesk Zadeja, Simon Gjoni, Vasil Tole, Limos Dizdari, Tonin Harapi
    Artist: Marsida Koni (piano)

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    00:00:00 Thomas Simaku: Duaje emrin tend
    00:03:18 Pëllumb Vorpsi: Variacione mbi një temë popullore – Balladë

    Kozma Lara:
    00:12:39 Dhuratë për mësuesen
    00:14:03 Valle
    00:15:14 Ballada No. 4 “Pastorale”
    00:18:36 Këngë
    00:21:31 Prelude
    00:23:10 Marsh
    00:24:39 Vals

    Feim Ibrahim:
    00:26:33 Tokatë
    00:30:25 Valle
    00:32:23 Valle e vogël
    00:33:40 Nina nana

    Cesk Zadeja:
    00:35:10 Humoreska
    00:37:06 Tokata

    00:40:17 Simon Gjoni: Luleborë
    00:41:59 Vasil Tole: Rondo

    Limos Dizdari:
    00:52:15 Peisazh ne ’36
    00:55:18 Valle

    Tonin Harapi:
    00:57:53 Ja gëzimi kthen përsëri
    00:58:40 Moll’ e kuqe top sheqere
    00:59:47 Një dhembje e vogël
    01:00:51 Valle
    01:02:16 Romancë
    01:03:18 Bisedë
    01:05:16 Gjeta një bilbil
    01:06:30 Valle
    01:07:23 Këngë

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  • TOGETHER FOREVER -

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    My love, forever you will always be my only love...

    This is an original Filipino song performed by Rico J. Puno, one of the greatest Filipino artists of the Philippine Music Industry.

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  • Brahms: Symphonies Complete | Jaap van Zweden

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    Composer: Johannes Brahms
    Artists: Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra, Radio Filharmonisch Orkest, Jaap van Zweden (conductor)

    Amongst the standard performances for this repertoire, here conducted by Jaap van Zweden, the current music director of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra. Great performances by two of the best Dutch orchestras, who were under Jaap his artistic leadership for years. This mainstream repertoire for all classical music lovers should be in your library.
    A must-have for Brahms addicts.Van Zweden, with his famous string background shows his skills and brings us a very balanced performance.

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    00:00:00 Johannes Brahms: Symphony No. 1 in C Minor, Op. 68: I. Un poco sostenuto – Allegro – Meno allegro
    00:12:33 Johannes Brahms: Symphony No. 1 in C Minor, Op. 68: II. Andante sostenuto
    00:21:06 Johannes Brahms: Symphony No. 1 in C Minor, Op. 68: III. Un poco allegretto e grazioso
    00:25:53 Johannes Brahms: Symphony No. 1 in C Minor, Op. 68: IV. Adagio – Più andante – Allegro non troppo ma con brio – Più allegro
    00:43:05 Johannes Brahms: Symphony No. 2 in D, Op. 73: I. Allegro non troppo
    01:04:06 Johannes Brahms: Symphony No. 2 in D, Op. 73: II. Adagio non troppo
    01:13:58 Johannes Brahms: Symphony No. 2 in D, Op. 73: III. Allegretto grazioso
    01:19:28 Johannes Brahms: Symphony No. 2 in D, Op. 73: IV. Allegro con spirit
    01:29:02 Johannes Brahms: Symphony No. 3 in F, Op. 90: I. Allegro con brio – un poco sostenuto – Tempo I
    01:38:55 Johannes Brahms: Symphony No. 3 in F, Op. 90: II. Andante
    01:47:21 Johannes Brahms: Symphony No. 3 in F, Op. 90: III. Poco allegretto
    01:53:20 Johannes Brahms: Symphony No. 3 in F, Op. 90: IV. Allegro – un poco sostenuto
    02:02:27 Johannes Brahms: Symphony No. 4 in E-Minor, Op. 98: I. Allegro non troppo
    02:15:02 Johannes Brahms: Symphony No. 4 in E-Minor, Op. 98: II. Andante moderato
    02:25:45 Johannes Brahms: Symphony No. 4 in E-Minor, Op. 98: III. Allegro giocoso
    02:31:50 Johannes Brahms: Symphony No. 4 in E-Minor, Op. 98: IV. Allegro energico e passionato – Più allegro

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  • Hummel: Piano Concertos, Volume 1

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    Composer: Johann Nepomuk Hummel
    Artists: Alessandro Commellato (fortepianos), Solamenti Naturali, Didier Talpain (conductor)

    As the vibrant works on this new recording demonstrate, the music of Johann Nepomuk Hummel (1778–1837) deserves to be far better known today than it is. While he was one of the most famous and celebrated composers of the Classical period, his popularity declined rapidly after his death, with the onset of Romanticism, and it is only now that musicians have begun to effect a serious revival of his repertoire.

    Hummel’s parallel career as a concert pianist is evident from the sparkling virtuosity of the works heard on this disc, all for fortepiano and orchestra: they span his development from a young composer in the thrall of his mentor Mozart (heard in the charming Piano Concertino in G) to the drama and supreme virtuosity of his final period of creativity (Introduction & Rondo brillant in F minor). It is clear that Romanticism was beginning to take root during his lifetime; the Piano Concerto in A minor, for example, prefigures Chopin in its delicacy, and it is unsurprising that Hummel’s music proved an inspiration to the younger composer.


    00:00:00 Johann Nepomuk Hummel: Piano Concerto in A Minor, Op. 85: I. Allegro moderato
    00:16:12 Johann Nepomuk Hummel: Piano Concerto in A Minor, Op. 85: II. Larghetto
    00:20:39 Johann Nepomuk Hummel: Piano Concerto in A Minor, Op. 85: III. Rondo: Allegro moderato
    00:31:34 Johann Nepomuk Hummel: Piano Concertino in G, Op. 73: I. Allegro moderato
    00:39:51 Johann Nepomuk Hummel: Piano Concertino in G, Op. 73: II. Andante grazioso
    00:43:31 Johann Nepomuk Hummel: Piano Concertino in G, Op. 73: III. Rondo
    00:47:45 Johann Nepomuk Hummel: Introduction & Rondo brillant in F Minor, Op. 127 ‘Le retour de Londres’: I. Introduction (Largo)
    00:51:26 Johann Nepomuk Hummel: Introduction & Rondo brillant in F Minor, Op. 127 ‘Le retour de Londres’: II. Allegretto vivace


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  • Albeniz: Guitar Works

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    Composer: Isaac Albéniz
    Artists: Giuseppe Feola (guitar)

    Isaac Albeniz (1860-1909), along with de Falla and Granados, is considered to be not only one of Spain’s leading composers, but one of the founding fathers of modern Spanish music. He began his musical career as a virtuoso pianist, producing a concerto that shows the influence of Liszt, and many short brilliant display pieces. He studied at the Leipzig Conservatory, and looked set to become a pianist composer in the central European tradition – until he met and studied with Felipe Pedrell (1841-1922) who awakened in him an interest in traditional Spanish music. Albeniz combined his mastery of classical form gained from his studies in Germany with the colour and honest simplicity of folk music to create his unique form of what can be considered very high quality salon music for guitar.

    The two works on this CD consist in their original form of eight and five movements respectively of characteristic, picturesque miniatures of high skill and great charm. It has become the norm for guitarists to create their own ‘favourite’ selection from such suites to form their own arrangement, which is what Giuseppe Feola has done.
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    00:00:00 Isaac Albéniz: Suite Española No. 1, Op. 47: No. 6, Fantasia. Aragon
    00:05:36 Isaac Albéniz: Cantos de España Op. 232: No. 2, Oriental
    00:10:15 Isaac Albéniz: Suite Española No. 1, Op. 47: No. 3, Sevillanas. Sevilla
    00:15:08 Isaac Albéniz: Suite Española No. 1, Op. 47: No. 1, Serenata. Granada
    00:20:26 Isaac Albéniz: Suite Española No. 1, Op. 47: No. 4, Saeta. Cadiz
    00:25:08 Isaac Albéniz: Cantos de España Op. 232: No. 4, Córdoba
    00:31:40 Isaac Albéniz: Suite Española No. 1, Op. 47: No. 8, Capricho. Cuba
    00:36:51 Isaac Albéniz: Suite Española No. 1, Op. 47: No. 5, Leyenda. Asturias
    00:44:03 Isaac Albéniz: Suite Española No. 1, Op. 47: No. 7, Seguidillas. Castilla
    00:47:49 Isaac Albéniz: Suite Española No. 1, Op. 47: No. 2, Curranda. Cataluña
    00:52:02 Isaac Albéniz: Cantos de España Op. 232: No. 3, Bajo la palmera

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  • Balkan Gypsy Music

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    Romani music or Gipsy music is the music of the Romani people, who have their origins in northern India, but today live mostly in Europe. Historically nomadic, though now largely settled, the Romani people have long acted as entertainers and tradesmen. In many of the places Romanies live they have become known as musicians. The wide distances travelled have introduced a multitude of influences of Byzantine, Greek, Arabic, Indian, Persian, Turkish, Slavic, Romanian, German, Dutch, French, Spanish and even Jewish musical forms. It is difficult to define the parameters of a unified Romani musical style, as there are many differences in melodic, harmonic, rhythmic and formal structures from region to region. Lyrics to Romani songs are often sung in one or more dialects of the Romani language, and dance frequently accompanies Romani music performance.

    The quintessentially Spanish flamenco is to a very large extent the music (and dance, or indeed the culture) of the Romani people of Andalusia. Apart from Romani music for local use, in Eastern Europe a separate Romani music originated for entertainment at parties and celebrations. This music drew its themes from Hungarian, Romanian, Russian and other sources. Later on it gained popularity in Western Europe, where many Romani orchestras were active, playing sophisticated melodies of East European origin. Most Romani music is based on the folk music of the countries where the Romani went through or settled. Local music is adopted and performed – usually instrumental – and, slowly, it is transformed into Romani styles, which are usually more complex than the original styles. In its turn, Romani music has greatly influenced the local music.

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  • Tailleferre: Chamber Music and Piano Music

    2:12:26

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    Composer: Germaine Tailleferre
    Artists: Christina Ariagno (piano), Massimo Marin (violin), Manuel Zigante (cello)
    Germaine Tailleferre (1892–1983) was born near Paris, the youngest of five children. She showed a remarkable talent at an early age for improvising at the piano. Although her lower middle class parents wanted her to seek paid employment, she succeeded in her goal of studying at the Conservatoire. There she decided to devote herself to composition, and soon came to attention of Erik Satie.

    She became a member of the group of young composers called ‘Le group des Six’. Under the guidance of Satie, the young Poulenc, Milhaud, Honegger, Auric, Durey and Tailleferre gave concerts of their compositions. She went on to study with Koechlin, became a friend of Ravel, and her music was performed by artists such as Cortot, Thibaud, and Rubinstein. She moved between New York and Paris, socialising in the same circles as Chaplin and the new stars of Hollywood.

    This release covers her compositional career from the early period of 1912-20 where she shows clear influences of Faure and Debussy, through to the 1930-50 period when her mature voice as a composer was truly established. The sonatina of 1973 is a remarkably fresh work, justifying Milhaud’s comment ‘Germaine Tailleferre’s music is always twenty years old’.

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  • Russian Guitar Music of the 20th and 21st centuries

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    Artists: Cristiano Porqueddu (Guitar)

    Of all Cristiano Porqueddu’s adventurous guitar-music surveys on record for Brilliant Classics, the latest may be the most invaluable and enlightening for listeners who may never even have suspected that Russia had a rich guitar tradition of its own.

    As a detailed booklet essay complementing this new recording explains, the guitar flourished during the first half of the 19th century in Russia. Towards the turn of the 20th century, it became more of a folk instrument, a trend further exaggerated by the cultural demands of the Russian revolution which repurposed both instruments and musicians to vernacular ends for songs and marches to raise the spirits. However, a renaissance took place in classical guitar composition following the triumphant tour of Andres Segovia across Soviet Russia in 1926.

    The impact of that event may be felt not only in the work of Boris Asafiev, who saw Segovia play, but even two generations later in the Hispanic flair of Edison Denisov’s Sonata, with its edgy opening Toccata, gently swaying Berceuse and picture-postcard ‘Souvenir d’Espagne’; in itself this revives the kind of naturalistic love-affair of Russian artists with the country that had produced Glinka’s Jota aragonesa and Rimsky-Korsakov’s Capriccio Espagnol.

    But there is much more here than picture-postcard imitation and love in a cold climate. Local Georgian rhythms and traditions may be savoured in the sonata of Gherman Dzhaparidze; there are two early, vibrant miniatures of Sofia Gudaidulina; the work of more guitar-specialised composers such as Vitaly Kharisov, Valeri Kikta and Viktor Kozlov is much less well-known outside their native land.

    To all of them Cristiano Porqueddu brings the technical mastery and interpretative conviction which has distinguished his work for Brilliant Classics, in boxes such as the set of 20th-century guitar sonatas (BC9455) which includes an earlier recording of the First Sonata by Evgeny Baev.

    Although one would not automatically associate the guitar with Russia, the history of the Russian guitar goes far back, as early as 1790 the tradition starts with a 7-string instrument, continuing to flourish in the 19th century as a salon instrument, and gaining the status of a serious concert instrument in the 20th century.
    This 4CD set offers a fascinating musical journey presenting known and lesser known composers Asafiev, Baev, Dzhaparidze, Denisov, Ivanov-Kramskoi, Kharisov, Gubaidulina, Kikta, Kozlov, Poplyanova, Rudnev.
    Another innovating and stimulating issue by great Italian guitarist Cristiano Porqueddu, who already issued more than 50 CD’s with Brilliant Classics covering a vast amount of great and neglected guitar repertoire.
    The excellent and extensive liner notes are written by renowned guitarist Oleg Timofeyev.

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  • Gara Garayev - Seven Beauties Waltz

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    Gara Garayev, one the most famous Azerbaijani composers, performing Seven Beauties waltz

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  • Balakirev, Glazunov, Kosenko: Russian Piano Sonatas Vol. 1

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    This album contains Russian piano sonatas by Alexander Glazunov, Mily Balakirev and Viktor Kosenko. Presented by Piano Classics, a label of Brilliant Classics.

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    After his ‘outstanding’ (The Guardian) series of Piano Classics albums dedicated to the music of Alkan, Vincenzo Maltempo turns to repertoire that also belongs to the post-Romantic age of sweeping eloquence and high-flown fantasy, growing out of the work of Liszt and Brahms, whose concertos featured on Maltempo’s most recent Piano Classics recording (PCL10145). Here are three sonatas from the ‘Silver Age’ of Russian music from the turn of the last century, all exploiting a virtuoso technique to the full.

    This new recording presents three piano sonatas by Russian composers, Balakirev, Glazunov and Kosenko. Balakirev’s highly attractive sonata is strongly rooted in the Russian folklore, using “folk” melodies and rhythms in colorful and overtly virtuosic pianism; Glazunov’s second piano sonata, in its powerful formalism, looks back at Brahms and Schumann, while Viktor Kosenko is clearly influenced by the mysticism and ecstatic romanticism of Scriabin.
    Italian pianist Vincenzo Maltempo, one of the most interesting pianists of the young generation, is clearly at home in this repertoire.

    Composer: Alexander Glazunov, Mily Balakirev, Viktor Kosenko
    Artist: Vincenzo Maltempo (piano)

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    Mily Balakirev: Piano Sonata No. 2 in B-Flat Minor, Op. 102:
    00:00:00 I. Andantino
    00:06:47 II. Mazurka, moderato
    00:12:21 III. Intermezzo, larghetto
    00:16:21 IV. Finale, allegro non troppo, ma con fuoco

    Alexander Glazunov: Piano Sonata No. 2 in E Minor, Op. 75:
    00:24:18 I. Moderato-poco più mosso
    00:33:24 II. Scherzo, allegretto
    00:39:47 III. Finale, allegro moderato

    Viktor Kosenko: Piano Sonata No. 2 in C-Sharp Minor, Op. 14:
    00:49:40 I. Andante con moto
    00:59:18 II. Moderato assai espressivo
    01:04:22 III. Allegro vivo

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  • WHEN YOU TELL ME THAT YOU LOVE ME -

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    Every time you touch me, I become a hero...


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  • No One - Alicia Keys

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  • SURPRISING Ways to Get YOUR MUSIC in TV and Film

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  • Rachmaninoff: Vespers

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    Composer: Sergei Rachmaninoff
    Artists: National Academic Choir Ukraine Dumka,
    Yevhen Savchuk (conductor)

    Rachmaninoff was not a great churchgoer, and in fact had stopped going completely by the time he composed his Vespers, and his other great a cappella work, the Liturgy of St John Chrysostom op.31. Nevertheless, he retained a love for and interest in the ecclesiastical chant, and perhaps the most famous of these, the Dies irae, appears in his First Symphony and the late Symphonic Dances of 1940.

    Rachmaninoff, like his great predecessor Tchaikovsky, was very critical of his own music, but he considered the Vespers and his choral symphony The Bells among his favourites. The Vespers had to wait until 1965 for the first recording due to the Soviet anti-religion stance. Even then it was released for export only.

    Russian Orthodox Church music never fails to move and stir the emotions, whether one is religious or not. Rachmaninoff ’s Vespers, like many of his most popular works, does not disappoint in its emotional impact and sincerity.

    Tracklist:
    00:00:00 Vespers, Op. 37: Come, Let Us Worship
    00:01:43 Vespers, Op. 37: Bless the Lord, O my soul
    00:06:32 Vespers, Op. 37: Blessed be the man
    00:12:09 Vespers, Op. 37: O serene light
    00:15:36 Vespers, Op. 37: Now let Thy servant depart
    00:19:32 Vespers, Op. 37: Rejoice, O Virgin
    00:21:55 Vespers, Op. 37: Glory to God in the highest
    00:24:43 Vespers, Op. 37: Praise the name of the Lord
    00:27:13 Vespers, Op. 37: Blessed art Thou, O Lord
    00:33:13 Vespers, Op. 37: Having seen the Resurrection of the Lord
    00:36:27 Vespers, Op. 37: My soul magnifies the Lord
    00:46:09 Vespers, Op. 37: Glory to God in the highest
    00:53:56 Vespers, Op. 37: Troparia of the day of salvation
    00:55:54 Vespers, Op. 37: Christ is risen from the grave
    00:59:25 Vespers, Op. 37: Thanksgiving to the Mother of God


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  • Seven Beauties - Waltz | Gara Garayev

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    Gara Abulfaz oghlu Garayev (February 5, 1918, Baku -- May 13, 1982, Moscow), also spelled as Qara Qarayev or Kara [Abulfazovich] Karayev, was a prominent Azerbaijani composer of the Soviet period. Garayev wrote nearly 110 musical pieces, including ballets, operas, symphonic and chamber pieces, solos for piano, cantatas, songs and marches, and rose to prominence not only in Azerbaijan SSR but also in the rest of the Soviet Union and worldwide.

    Due to his musical talents, in 1933 Garayev was allowed to enroll simultaneously in two faculties at the Azerbaijan State Conservatoire. Among his teachers were Georgi Sharoyev, Leonid Rudolf, and the prominent Azerbaijani composer Uzeyir Hajibeyov. In 1937, Garayev joined the Union of Composers of Azerbaijan SSR.

    In 1938, at the age of twenty, Garayev composed his first musical piece, a cantata The Song of the Heart to the poem by Rasul Rza. It was performed in Moscow's Bolshoi Theater in attendance of Joseph Stalin in the same year. Garayev conducted his cantata during the Decade of Azerbaijani Art festival in the Bolshoi Theater, an event also attended by Stalin. In the same year, Garayev moved to Moscow State Conservatoire, where he became a student and a good friend of Dmitri Shostakovich.
    In 1941 Garayev returned to Baku to teach at Azerbaijan State Philharmonic Society. In 1945, Garayev and Jovdat Hajiyev wrote the Motherland (Vətən) opera, for which they were awarded a prestigious Stalin Prize. In 1948, at the age of 30, Garayev was again awarded this prize for his symphonic poem Leyli and Majnun, based on the same-titled famous work of Nizami Ganjavi. Upon the death of Uzeyir Hajibeyov in 1948, Garayev became the Chair of the Union of Composers of Azerbaijan SSR and the rector of Azerbaijan State Conservatoire. In the latter position, Garayev retained Uzeyir Hajibeyov's traditional emphasis on Azerbaijani folk music in teaching, and also promoted the contemporary genres, such as jazz, in Azerbaijani music. In 1948 Garayev also became the delegate to the First National USSR Congress of Soviet Composers. In the same year Garayev also headed the Music Department at the Azerbaijan Architecture and Art Institute.
    In 1952, under the direction of the choreograph P. A. Gusev, Garayev's Seven Beauties ballet was staged at the Azerbaijani Theater of Opera and Ballet. Based on Nizami Ganjavi's famous poem, Seven Beauties (Yeddi gözəl) became the first Azerbaijani ballet and opened a new chapter in the history of classical music of Azerbaijan. Garayev's only other ballet, Path of Thunder (İldırımlı yollarla), staged in 1958, was dedicated to racial conflicts in South Africa.[3] In the same year, Garayev also wrote the score for the documentary film A Story About the Oil Workers of the Caspian Sea, directed by Roman Karmen and set at the Oil Rocks.
    During his teaching career at the Azerbaijan State Conservatoire, Garayev tutored a number of prominent Azerbaijani musicians and composers, including Niyazi, Arif Malikov, Khayyam Mirzazade and Ismayil Hajibeyov among others. Garayev's own son, Faraj (born 1943) was also his student, who went on to compose single-act ballets such as Shadows of Qobustan (Qobustanın kölgələri) and Kaleidoscope, and later led the musical avantgarde movement in Azerbaijan.
    In June 1961, amidst the Cold War, Garayev and Tikhon Khrennikov were the only two Soviet composers who attended the first International Los Angeles Music Festival held at UCLA. Fifteen composers from seven nations presented their works, including Arnold Schoenberg and Igor Stravinsky. On June 11, Franz Waxman conducted the Festival Symphony Orchestra with a suite from Garayev's Path of Thunder.
    In 1962 Garayev became a member of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR and visited the United States, Ethiopia and Lebanon. In 1972 he visited Poland.

    Garayev suffered from heart disease, which prevented him from attending his own 60th jubilee celebration held in Baku, where he was awarded the title of the Hero of Socialist Labor.


    Major works:

    1942 - Film score for A Story About the Oil Workers of the Caspian Sea.
    1943 - Opera Motherland, with Jovdat Hajiyev, premiered in Baku in 1945.
    1947 - Symphonic poem Leyli and Majnun. Edits Muslim Magomayev's opera Shah Ismayil.
    1949 - Seven Beauties, a suite for symphonic orchestra.
    1950 - Six children's pieces for piano.
    1952 - Albanian Rhapsody, children's pieces for piano.
    1957 - Path of Thunder ballet.
    1958 - Film score for Her Great Heart, three nocturnes for jazz orchestra.
    1960 - Symphony Don Quixote.


    Honours and awards:

    Hero of Socialist Labour (1978)
    Two Orders of Lenin (1967, 1978)
    Order of the October Revolution (1971)
    Order of the Red Banner of Labour (1961)
    Stalin Prize, twice (1946, 1948)
    Lenin Prize (1967)
    Azerbaijan SSR State Prize (1965)
    Honoured Artist of the Azerbaijani SSR (1955)
    People's Artist of the Azerbaijani SSR (1958)
    People's Artist of the USSR (1959)

  • Ciprian Porombescu, Ballada for violin and orchestra

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    Ciprian Porombescu, Ballada for violin and orchestra

    Stefan Ruha, violin
    Cluj Philharmonic Orchestra
    Emil Simon, conductor

    Ciprian Porumbescu, born Ciprian Gołęmbiowski on October 14, 1853 – June 6, 1883 was a Romanian composer born in Shepit, Putyla Raion|Șipotele Sucevei in Bukovina (now Shepit, Putyla Raion, Ukraine). He was among the most celebrated Romanian composers of his time; his popular works include Crai nou, Trei culori, Song for the 1st of May, Ballad for violin and piano, and Serenada. In addition, he composed the music for the Romanian patriotic song Pe-al nostru steag e scris Unire (Unity is Written on our Flag), which was used for Albania's national anthem, Himni i Flamurit. His work spreads over various forms and musical genres, but the majority of his work is choral and operetta.

    The music on my channel is meant to introduce a large audience to music by unknown classical composers and unknown classical music by famous composers in the music period of about 1870 till about 1970.
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  • Capilla Flamenca: beauty and wisdom in Flemish polyphony

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    BEAUTY AND WISDOM IN FLEMISH POLYPHONY
    Capilla Flamenca takes early music to the souls of today's people
    Documentary by YVES GERVAIS (18'55'')

    This short documentary film presents Capilla Flamenca, ensemble for Franco-Flemish polyphonic music from 1350 until 1600, in four video clips and two television broadcast clips. Artistic director Dirk Snellings explains how Capilla Flamenca succeeds in brushing the dust off music that was composed about 500 years ago, not by popularising the compositions, but by integrating this early music in every which way in our modern society. People today are very often 'touched' by music in the same way as people were in the fifteenth century. Through crispy-fresh video clips, contemporary settings, through high quality performances and recordings Capilla Flamenca's sound finds its way to the souls of today's people. This in its turn is accomplished through careful study and a Historically Informed Practice (HIP). Franco-Flemish polyphony is part of our rich Flemish cultural heritage, to which the ensemble stays unmistakeably true.

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    You listen to music composed by world famous Franco-Flemish composers such as: Josquin Desprez, Alexander Agricola, Heinrich Isaac, Pierre de La Rue, Guillaume de Machaut, Bernard de Cluny a.o.

    The ensemble Capilla Flamenca:
    Marnix De Cat, countertenor | Tore Denys, tenor | Lieven Termont, baritone | Dirk Snellings, bass | Liam Fennelly, Thomas Baeté, Piet Stryckers, viola da gamba | Jan Van Outryve, lute | Patrick Denecker, recorders

    Film fragments:
    In myne zyn, director Tristan Bourlard (2010)
    Musical biography of Margret of Austria, production Canvas Klassiek (2011)
    Ich muss dich lassen, director Yves Gervais (2011)
    Espris d'amours, director Yves Gervais (2012)
    12x12. A musical zodiac, production Jevon Lambrechts (2008)
    Mia, by Gorki (1991)
    Rosa, director Yves Gervais (2009)

  • Most Beautiful Haunting & Powerful Female Vocal Music | Best Dramatic Evocative Vocal Music Mix

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  • Songs of Hawaii for the Ukulele

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    Though the ukulele came from Portugal, it became popular and got its name in Hawaii. In this 90-minute lesson, Fred presents the most well-known Hawaiian hapa-haoli standards, some that go back to the 1920s, others as recent as the 1960s. Mostly written by Tin Pan Alley composers who threw in a few Hawaiian words and phrases, these songs are still sung today wherever ukes are strummed.

    Fred teaches beautiful chord-melody solos to each one, and shows you how to strum a simple accompaniment. Fred makes it easy to learn, with split-screen, slowed down versions of the songs and helpful hints about the licks and picking styles. All the songs are written out in tab and music notation in the PDF file that comes with the lesson.

    Titles include: Blue Hawaii, Little Brown Gal, Ukulele Lady, On the Beach at Waikiki, Pearly Shells, Tiny Bubbles and I Wonder Where My Little Hula Girl Has Gone.

  • Bist du bei mir from the Anna Magdalena Bach Book , Voices of Music

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  • TIBETAN FLUTE MUSIC + OM CHANTING @432Hz ❯ Mantra Meditation Music

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    TIBETAN FLUTE MUSIC + OM CHANTING ❯ Mantra Meditation Music

    Hypnotic Tibetan Flute Music along with OM Mantra Chanting.

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  • Kara Karayev, Albanian Rhapsody

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    Kara Karayev, Albanian Rhapsody

    Gara Abulfaz oghlu Garayev (Kara Abulfazovich Karayev), February 5, 1918 in Baku – May 13, 1982 in Moscow), also spelled as Qara Qarayev or Kara Karayev, was a prominent Soviet Azerbaijani composer. Garayev wrote nearly 110 musical pieces, including ballets, operas, symphonic and chamber pieces, solos for piano, cantatas, songs, and marches, and rose to prominence not only in Azerbaijan SSR but also in the rest of the Soviet Union and worldwide.

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  • Çesk Zadeja - Sonatë për Violinë

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  • Lanzetti: Cello Sonatas

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    Composer: Salvatore Lanzetti
    Artists: L'Arte dell'Arco, Francesco Galligioni (cello), Roberto Loreggian (harpsichord)

    A seminal moment in the birth of the cello as a solo instrument: historically informed performances of lively and athletic Baroque trio sonatas.

    The series of Brilliant Classics recordings by L’Arte dell’Arco has garnered much admiring press over the years. Their discography has focused on the music of Vivaldi, usefully compiled last year into a 20CD set (BC95200) which was welcomed in Gramophone for ‘superb interpretations’ and the ‘scholarly rigour’ of the scholarship which underpinned the new editions used by the ensemble: ‘Guglielmo and his continuo trio play with lyrical sophistication in the Op.2 violin sonatas, and L’arte dell’Arco’s imaginatively detailed L’estro armonico has a conversational transparency, theatrical verve with rhythms and conjuring of kaleidoscopic moods that are as rewarding as any of the other best versions in the catalogue.’

    With the music of Salvatore Lanzetti, the ensemble has turned its attention to rather more out-of-the-way pleasures. This is the most complete set yet assembled of his surviving works: born in Naples in 1710 he was known as the prince of the cello of his day, a celebrated soloist once he undertook extensive northern-European tours. By the second half of the 1730s he was in Paris and then London, where he seems to have lived until at least 1754. He had great success there and, according to the writer Charles Burney, helped to establish a taste for the cello.


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  • Storms in Asia

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  • Fano: Piano Sonata in E, Quattro Fantasie

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    Composer: Guido Alberto Fano
    Artists: Pietro De Maria piano

    Born in Padua in 1875, Guido Alberto Fano is the latest addition to the list of almost-forgotten composers now revived by Brilliant Classics. His musical promise was quickly recognised, and he went to study with Giuseppe Martucci in Bologna as a teenager, before a period in Berlin, where he was taught and encouraged by no less than Ferruccio Busoni. Even if an international career did not beckon for him as it did for other pupils of Busoni such as Weill and Varese, Fano’s return to his home country saw him forge a steady career as a pianist, conductor, writer, promoter, and instructor of young musicians in many of the more rigorous conservatoires including Bologna, Naples and Milan, where he retired as professor of piano in 1947. He died in 1961, a man whom time and fashion had overtaken.

    The works on this album date from over 60 years earlier, and they overflow withintense Lisztian expression. The four fantasies of 1896 begin with a dreamy rhapsody, marked Adagio con intimo sentimento. A lovely song without words in the Mendelssohn style is followed by a richly chromatic intermezzo, well worthy of his teacher Busoni and infused with fin-de-siècle nostalgia. There is a final, impetuously driven Capriccio to conclude the set. Dating from three years later, the Sonata is more ambitious in form and harmony, containing much dense polyphony which again calls to mind Busoni’s example; so do the myriad effects of timbre and colour which are remarkably advanced for a composer still in his 20s.

    Pietro De Maria is rapidly making a name for himself in his native Italy, with a repertoire ranging from J.S. Bach to Ligeti and including the complete works of Chopin in concert. Recent recordings include not only this Brilliant Classics recording but the second book of Bach’s Well Tempered Clavier, and Beethoven’s cello sonatas with Enrico.

    Guido Alberto Fano was born in Padua in 1875. After his studies with Martucci he went to Germany and Austria to develop as a pianist and composer, and received support from Richard Strauss, who thought highly of him. During his long lifetime (he died in 1961) he held important posts at the conservatories of Naples and Milan, active as a promotor of Italian instrumental music.
    Fano’s substantial E major Piano Sonata (over 35 minutes) is written in late romantic style, rich and dense, highly polyphonic and chromatic and of the highest technical level (Busoni loved the work). It is one of the most important Italian piano sonatas, on a par with the Martucci sonata. The four Fantasies are lighter in mood, a warm Mediterranean pendant of Schumann and Brahms. Superb performance by one of Italy’s foremost pianists, Pietro de Maria, who recorded for Decca the complete piano works of Chopin.

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  • Abendmusik Cantatas for Solo Bass

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    Artists: Mauro Borgioni (baritone), Accademia Hermans, Fabio Ciofini (concertmaster)
    In the last few years there has been an increasing focus on record and in scholarship on sacred music composed for the Lutheran tradition in the generations before J.S. Bach, and this disc shows a fine variety of accomplished voices. There is Bach’s second cousin, Johann Christoph, whom JS acknowledged as ‘a profound composer’ whose Wie bist du den, O Gott is a five-movement lament of arioso writing exploring the expressive regions of guilt and grief that would later be so characteristic of the younger man’s sacred language.

    Then there are other names now reasonably well-known to us – Tunder, Bruhns and Rosenmüller principal among them – who were active in North German cities as Kapellmeisters and composers. Interspersed with them are a trio sonata by Krieger and, to momentarily lift the mood, an instrumental Paduana by the now little-known Johann Schop, The disc concludes with one of the few extant works by the Hamburg-based musician Matthias Weckmann.

    The overall mood is solemn as one might expect from the composers’ use of the bass as a voice of authority and profundity, but elevated by their mastery of expressive dissonance to paint graphic equivalents in music of the emotions implied by the anonymous sacred texts. Each piece has the merit of brevity as well as direct emotional appeal to the listener.

    These forces have previously recorded a disc of cantatas by Agostino Steffani, the composer made famous by Cecilia Bartoli’s recordings. The bass soloist Mauro Borgioni specialises in early music, having worked with luminaries of the historically-informed performance scene such as Rinaldo Alessandrini and Claudio Cavina.

    In late 17th century Germany the Abendmusik (Evening music) was a social evening gathering of citizens in the church, accompanied first by an organ recital, later developing into more substantial sacred concerts, focusing on the genre of the Cantata for solo bass and ensemble, the severe and evocative timbre of the bass being a perfect expression of Lutheran doctrine.
    This new recording features Bass cantatas by Johann Christoph Bach, Tunder, Rosenmüller, Bruhns and Weckmann, with instrumental interludes of sonatas by Krieger and Schop.
    The impressive and sonorous bass of Mauro Borgioni is accompanied by the Accademia Hermans, an Italian Early Music group, led by Fabio Ciofini, featuring violin, viola da gamba, cello, theorbo and organ.
    Excellent liner notes are included in the booklet, as well as the full specifications of the historical Hermans organ of 1678.

    Tracklist

    00:00:00 Johann Christoph Bach: Wie bist du denn, O Gott
    00:12:13 Matthias Weckmann: Kommet her zu mir alle, die er mühselig und beladen seid
    00:22:37 Johann Philipp Krieger: Trio Sonata in D minor
    00:28:55 Johann Rosenmüller: Motet “De Lamentatione”
    00:35:22 Johann Schop: Paduana a 5 in D Minor
    00:39:44 Nicolaus Bruhns: De profundis in A Minor
    00:52:42 Franz Tunder: Da mihi Domine

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  • Ustvolskaya: Complete Piano Music

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    This album contains all the Piano Sonatas and the 12 Preludes by Galina Ustvolskaya. Presented by Piano Classics, a label of Brilliant Classics.

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    Galina Ustvolskaya was Shostakovich’s favourite pupil. He even said to her: “you are a phenomenon, while I am but a talent”. Her piano works, uncompromising granite sculptures, feature sharp and extreme dynamic contrasts, cluster chords and use of the extreme registers of the keyboard, while their spiritual message is one of infinite despair and passionate protest (whether against the Soviet regime, or against human existence in general). Ivan Sokolov (b.1960), Russian pianist and composer, was one of Ustvolskaya’s favoured interpreters, and his playing bears a monumental and authorative stamp of uthenticity.

    Composer: Galina Ustvolskaya
    Artist: Ivan Sokolov (piano)

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    Piano Sonata No. 1:
    00:00:00 I. —
    00:01:15 II. —
    00:02:40 III. —
    00:05:47 IV. —

    Piano Sonata No. 2:
    00:09:23 I. —
    00:13:08 II. —

    00:18:57 Piano Sonata No. 3

    Piano Sonata No. 4:
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    00:37:54 II. —
    00:40:20 III. —
    00:41:20 IV. —

    00:45:00 Piano Sonata No. 5
    01:00:27 Piano Sonata No. 6

    12 Preludes:
    01:08:06 No. 1
    01:10:11 No. 2
    01:11:18 No. 3
    01:13:28 No. 4
    01:14:57 No. 5
    01:16:05 No. 6
    01:19:34 No. 7
    01:20:36 No. 8
    01:21:41 No. 9
    01:22:26 No. 10
    01:24:28 No. 11
    01:25:40 No. 12

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  • Schubert: String Quartets Vol 4

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    Composer: Franz Schubert
    Artists: Diogenes Quartet, Stefan Kirpal (violin), Gundula Kirpal (violin), Alba González i Becerra (viola), Stephen Ristau (cello)

    One of Schubert’s most famous string quartets today, it seems hard to believe that the Quartet in D minor D810 was never performed during the composer’s lifetime. Schubert was looking to build on the success of his ‘Rosamunde’ quartet, which had quickly found acclaim among his contemporaries. His friend Ignaz Schuppanzigh, however, dismissed his new composition out of hand. But since its rediscovery, the quartet has been performed countless times, gaining its nickname Der Tod und das Mädchen thanks to the theme that appears in the third movement from Schubert’s song of the same name (D531). Schubert symbolises the dark conversation between Death and the dying maiden with the variation form, each variation representing either the cold world of Death or the girl’s attempts to elude him. The listener is soon drawn into the girl’s futile efforts to resist her fate, as the music is whipped up into a wild tarantella only interrupted by the triumph of Death’s victory.

    In contrast to this somewhat sinister work, the other quartet on this release dates from much earlier in Schubert’s life, and is heavily influenced by Classical forms, revealing the extent of the influence of Classical composers such as Mozart on the young composer’s early compositions. The disc is rounded off with the Minuet in D D86, possibly written as a minuet movement for a quartet or as part of a planned set of dances.

    This is the fourth volume of the Diogenes Quartet’s acclaimed complete set of Schubert String Quartets. The ongoing project for Brilliant Classics has already been highly acclaimed, with Jerry Dubins of Fanfare writing of Volume 2 (BC94462): Immaculate execution is complemented by genuine emotional engagement and real feeling for Schubert’s unique modes and moods of musical expression. With two more volumes to come, this series is sure to attract Schubert aficionados and string quartet lovers alike.

    This 4th instalment of the complete String Quartets by Schubert presents one of the most famous string quartets ever written: the Quartet in D minor “Der Tod und das Mädchen” (Death and the Maiden), one of Schubert’s grimmest and most powerful works, Beethovenian in structure and scope, Schubertian in passion and poetry.
    The Schubert cycle by the German Quartet Diogenes Quartet is highly regarded, critics praise their superb unity of ensemble and style, their impeccable intonation and their fiery and passionate music making.
    As complement to the D minor Quartet we hear the youthful D major quartet D74.
    Excellent liner notes written by the producer Christian Starke.

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  • Janis Ivanovs, Symphony No 4, Atlantida

    52:06

    Janis Ivanovs, Symphony No. 4, Atlantida (1941)

    1. Ira Dei. Legenda
    2. Poseidonia
    3. Aedes Sacra
    4. Finis

    Dzintars Women’s Choir
    Latvian National Symphony Orchestra
    Vassily Sinaisky, conductor

    Jānis Ivanovs (9 October 1906 – 27 March 1983) was a Latvian and Soviet classical music composer. In 1931, he graduated from the Latvian State Conservatory in Riga. In 1944, he joined the conservatory's faculty, becoming a full professor in 1955. He is regarded as being the most distinguished Latvian symphonist. His love of melody is evident in each of his compositions, and forms the essence of his works. He often drew inspiration from the native songs of the Latgale district in eastern Latvia. His grasp of orchestral colour and musical texture were highly regarded by his colleagues.
    He is mostly remembered for his twenty-one symphonies. Nevertheless, he composed in many other fields, including five symphonic poems, concertos for piano, violin and cello, three string quartets, and numerous vocal, piano and various chamber works.

    He became the People's Artist of the USSR in 1965, was awarded the USSR State Prize in 1950 and Latvian SSR State Prize in 1959 and 1970.

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  • Lev Knipper, Symphony No 4, Poem of the Komsomol Fighter, in D Major, Op 41

    33:36

    Lev Knipper, Symphony No. 4, Poem of the Komsomol Fighter, in D Major, Op. 41

    1. Andante maestoso - Allegro
    2 Allegro
    3. Tempo di marcia funebre
    4. Andante

    Oleg Biktomirov, tenor
    Boris Shumilov, baritone.
    Russian Academic Chamber Chorus
    Moscow Symphony Orchestra
    Veronika Dudarova, conductor

    Lev Konstantinovich Knipper (Лев Константинович Книппер) (3 December [O.S. 21 November] 1898 in Tbilisi – 30 July 1974 in Moscow), was a Soviet composer of partially German descent and an active OGPU - NKVD (Soviet secret police) agent.

    During the Russian civil war he fought in the White army and left Russia with the rest of Baron Wrangel forces in 1920. Upon his return from emigration in 1922 he was recruited by OGPU foreign département. There is no evidence that he denounced any of his fellow composers or musicians during the periods of repressions.

    He studied music in Moscow with Reinhold Glière and the Gnessin Music School. In the 20s, he worked at the Moscow Art Theatre with Vladimir Nemirovich-Danchenko and Konstantin Stanislavski. Vacationed in Buryatia.

    He wrote his Fourth Symphony in 1934, which includes the famous song Polyushko Pole, with lyrics (dedicated to Kliment Voroshilov) by Victor Gusev. The music became one of the Marching songs of the Red Army Choir. Knipper did not suffer from the attacks of Andrei Zhdanov, who censored other composers.

    According to secret documents revealed in 2008, during the Second World War existed in the USSR a secret plan designed by the Kremlin in case that Moscow would fall into Nazi hands. Under the elaborate plan, ballerinas and circus acrobats were armed with grenades and pistols and ordered to assassinate German generals if they attempted to organise concerts and other celebrations upon taking the city. Lev Knipper was charged with the responsibility of killing Hitler if he got the opportunity.

    Knipper was prolific. He wrote 5 operas (including one on The Little Prince), 20 symphonies, ballets, pieces for piano and other film musics. He also studied ethnomusicology in the Central Asian Republics and researched folk music from Turkmenistan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan.

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  • Kara Karayev, In the Path of Thunder, Suite from the ballet

    38:10

    Kara Karayev, In the Path of Thunder, Suite from the ballet (1958)

    1. General Dance
    2. Dance of the Girls with Guitars
    3. Night in Stilleveld
    4. Scene and Duet
    5. Lullaby
    6. In the Path of Thunder.

    Moscow State Radio and Television Symphony Orchestra
    Rauf Abdullayev, conductor

    Gara Abulfaz oghlu Garayev (Kara Abulfazovich Karayev), February 5, 1918 in Baku – May 13, 1982 in Moscow), also spelled as Qara Qarayev or Kara Karayev, was a prominent Soviet Azerbaijani composer. Garayev wrote nearly 110 musical pieces, including ballets, operas, symphonic and chamber pieces, solos for piano, cantatas, songs, and marches, and rose to prominence not only in Azerbaijan SSR but also in the rest of the Soviet Union and worldwide.

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  • Horatio Parker, A Northern Ballad, symphonic poem for orchestra, Op 46

    13:24

    Horatio Parker, A Northern Ballad, symphonic poem for orchestra, Op 46

    Albany Symphony Orchestra
    Julius Hegyi, conductor

    Horatio William Parker (September 15, 1863 – December 18, 1919) was an American composer, organist and teacher. He was a central figure in musical life in New Haven, Connecticut in the late 19th century, and is best remembered as the undergraduate teacher of Charles Ives while the composer attended Yale University.
    He was born in Auburndale, Massachusetts. His earliest lessons were with his mother. He then studied in Boston with George Whitefield Chadwick, Stephen A. Emery and John Orth. He finished his formal education in Europe, a common destination for a young American composer in the 1880s, where he studied in Munich with Josef Rheinberger. His fellow students at the Royal Music School in Munich included Arthur Whiting and H. H. Huss. In Munich Parker composed his first significant works, including a symphony and a dramatic cantata.

    After his return to the United States in 1885, he was for two years professor of music in the Cathedral School of St. Paul in Garden City, Long Island. From 1888 to 1893, he was organist of Trinity Church, New York City, and from 1893 to 1901 organist of Trinity Church, Boston. In 1893, Parker became Battell Professor of the theory of music at Yale University. He was appointed Dean of Music at that school in 1904, a position which he held for the rest of his life. The University of Cambridge bestowed on him the honorary degree Doctor of Music (Mus.Doc.) in May 1902. On December 30, 1915, he was elected as a national honorary member of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Fraternity, the national fraternity for men in music. Parker died in Cedarhurst, New York.

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  • Kara Karayev, Symphony No 1 in B minor

    38:36

    Kara Karayev, Symphony No. 1 in B minor (1943)

    1. Molto sostenuto – Allegro
    2. Lento moderato

    Azerbaijan State Symphony Orchestra
    Rauf Abdullayev, conductor

    Gara Abulfaz oghlu Garayev (Kara Abulfazovich Karayev), February 5, 1918 in Baku – May 13, 1982 in Moscow), also spelled as Qara Qarayev or Kara Karayev, was a prominent Soviet Azerbaijani composer. Garayev wrote nearly 110 musical pieces, including ballets, operas, symphonic and chamber pieces, solos for piano, cantatas, songs, and marches, and rose to prominence not only in Azerbaijan SSR but also in the rest of the Soviet Union and worldwide.

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  • William Matthias, A Dance Overture Dawns agored Op 16

    6:19

    William Matthias, A Dance Overture (Dawns agored) Op.16

    London Symphony Orchestra
    David Atherton, conductor

    William Mathias (1 November 1934 – 29 July 1992) was a Welsh composer.
    Mathias was born in Whitland, Carmarthenshire. A child prodigy, he started playing the piano at the age of three and began composing at the age of five. At Aberystwyth University Mathias was a member of the Elizabethan Madrigal Singers and wrote 'Gloria in Excelsis Deo' for them in 1954. He studied at the Royal Academy of Music under Lennox Berkeley, where he was elected a Fellow in 1965. In 1968, he was awarded the Bax Society Prize of the Harriet Cohen International Music Award. He was professor of music and head of department in the University of Wales, Bangor, from 1970 until 1988.

    His compositions include large scale works, including an opera, The Servants (1980), three symphonies and three piano concertos. Much of his music was written for the Anglican choral tradition, most famously the anthem Let the people praise Thee, O God written for the July 1981 royal wedding of the Prince and Princess of Wales, which had a television audience of an estimated 1 billion people worldwide.

    Mathias wrote his Sinfonietta – initially called Dance Suite – for the Leicestershire Schools Symphony Orchestra (LSSO) in late 1966, and it received its first performance at Leicester De Montfort Hall during the 1967 Schools Festival. It was also included in the orchestra's tour programme for Denmark and Germany later in the year. The LSSO made the first commercial recording of Sinfonietta for the Pye Golden Guinea label in July 1967 under the direction of the composer (see external links below).

    He founded the North Wales International Music Festival in St Asaph in 1972 and directed it until his death, aged 57, in 1992.

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  • Karetnikov: Till Eulenspiegel

    2:32:03

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    Composer: Nikolai Karetnikov
    Artists: Boris Koudriavstev (Till), Ékatérina Mazo (Nele), Alexeï Martynov (Lamme), USSR Cinema Symphony Orchestra, Emin Khachaturian & Valery Polyanksy (conductors)

    “Multiform and yet organically homogeneous, modern and yet timeless, comical and yet deeply moving, Nikolai Karetnikov’s Till Eulenspiegel is certainly an opera unlike any other in contemporary music.” (André Lischke)

    Russian composer Nikolai Karetnikov was born in 1930, and was a student of the famous teacher and composer Vissarion Shebalin. He is of the same generation of “Angry Young Men (and Women..)” Denisov, Schnittke and Gubaidulina, who didn’t conform to Soviet aesthetics as laid down by Kabalevsky, but went their own ways.

    Karetnikov’s style is wildly eclectic in a highly personal way: 5 centuries of styles and genres pass by in a collage like procession, from Minnesänger songs, burlesque mass scenes, modal scales, dance rhythms to 12-tone structures. Modern but timeless, comical but deeply moving, this is an opera with a difference! In 2,5 hours there is not a single dull moment.

    Karetnikov’s Till Eulenspiegel has been described as “the finest Russian opera since Shostakovich’s Lady Macbeth” (Gramophone). The product of almost 20 years’ work, a true fusion of many types of opera, thanks to the buffa elements of Till’s trickster personality, the drama of Klaas’ death, and the opéra engagé nature that introduces the characters of Charles V, Philip II and the Count of Egmont.

    In the title role is Boris Koudriavstev, and Ékatérina Mazo plays Till’s fiancée alongside a native cast that contributes to this ‘fascinating, important and inspiring issue’ (Gramophone).

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  • Kara Karayev, Concerto for Violin and Orchestra

    18:57

    Kara Karayev, Concerto for Violin and Orchestra

    I. Allegro moderato
    2. Andante
    3. Allegro ban marcato

    Gidon Kremer, violin
    Grand Symphony Orchestra of All-Union Radio & TV
    Vladimir Kozhukar, conductor

    Gara Abulfaz oghlu Garayev (Kara Abulfazovich Karayev), February 5, 1918 in Baku – May 13, 1982 in Moscow), also spelled as Qara Qarayev or Kara Karayev, was a prominent Soviet Azerbaijani composer. Garayev wrote nearly 110 musical pieces, including ballets, operas, symphonic and chamber pieces, solos for piano, cantatas, songs, and marches, and rose to prominence not only in Azerbaijan SSR but also in the rest of the Soviet Union and worldwide.

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  • Scanderbeg Overture - Françoise Rebel & Françoise Francoeur

    5:03

    Overture from the Opera Scanderbeg, composed in 1735 by two french composers Françoise Rebel and Françoise Francoeur in honor of the Gjergj Kastrioti, known as Scanderbeg. Famous Albanian Prince and military commander who led a long rebellion against the Ottoman Empire from 1443 to 1468.

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    Ensemble Les Surprises
    Director: Louis-Noël Bestion de Camboulas
    Recorded live on 11/01/2014 by Radio France, Paris.

  • Lev Knipper, Symphony No 8

    27:26

    Lev Knipper, Symphony No. 8

    1. Andante solemnis
    2. Andante semplice
    3. Adagio – Allegro moderato

    St. Petersburg State Academic Capella Symphony Orchestra
    Alexander Titov, conductor

    Lev Konstantinovich Knipper (Лев Константинович Книппер) (3 December [O.S. 21 November] 1898 in Tbilisi – 30 July 1974 in Moscow), was a Soviet composer of partially German descent and an active OGPU - NKVD (Soviet secret police) agent.

    During the Russian civil war he fought in the White army and left Russia with the rest of Baron Wrangel forces in 1920. Upon his return from emigration in 1922 he was recruited by OGPU foreign département. There is no evidence that he denounced any of his fellow composers or musicians during the periods of repressions.

    He studied music in Moscow with Reinhold Glière and the Gnessin Music School. In the 20s, he worked at the Moscow Art Theatre with Vladimir Nemirovich-Danchenko and Konstantin Stanislavski. Vacationed in Buryatia.

    He wrote his Fourth Symphony in 1934, which includes the famous song Polyushko Pole, with lyrics (dedicated to Kliment Voroshilov) by Victor Gusev. The music became one of the Marching songs of the Red Army Choir. Knipper did not suffer from the attacks of Andrei Zhdanov, who censored other composers.

    According to secret documents revealed in 2008, during the Second World War existed in the USSR a secret plan designed by the Kremlin in case that Moscow would fall into Nazi hands. Under the elaborate plan, ballerinas and circus acrobats were armed with grenades and pistols and ordered to assassinate German generals if they attempted to organise concerts and other celebrations upon taking the city. Lev Knipper was charged with the responsibility of killing Hitler if he got the opportunity.

    Knipper was prolific. He wrote 5 operas (including one on The Little Prince), 20 symphonies, ballets, pieces for piano and other film musics. He also studied ethnomusicology in the Central Asian Republics and researched folk music from Turkmenistan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan.

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  • Jurriaan Andriessen - Portrait of Hedwig, Canon 3

    6:47

    The opening and ending in this video contains music by Luca Attanasio, Aria (album Penta). To purchase the album on iTunes:

    Composers in this playlist: Jeroen van Veen, John Adams, John Borstlap, John Cage, Philip Glass, Simeon ten Holt, Tom Johnson, Wim Mertens, Carlos Michans, Friedrich Nietzsche, Michael Nyman, Arvo Part, Terry Rilley, Eric Satie, Yann Tiersen, Jacob ter Veldhuis, Klaas de Vries.
    This unusual collection is dedicated to a very popular style: minimal music. Over the years this has evolved from austere, almost strict repetition with tiny ‘movements’ to a more varied and free approach to material and technique.
    This set includes works for piano solo by most of the famous ‘minimal’ composers. Starting with initiator, if you will, Cage, and followed by the first generation entirely devoting itself to this style: Riley and Glass (Steve Reich did not write anything for solo piano). The next generation is represented by John Adams and Michael Nyman (his music for the film The Piano).
    Dutch pianist Jeroen van Veen is fascinated by minimal music. He was one of the initiators and participants of the highly successful complete recordings on 11 CD’s of Simeon ten Holt’s, a Dutch ‘minimalist’, complete works for multiple piano’s. On this solo album van Veen demonstrates his affinity with minimalism with great flair.
    The repertoire included here also comprises compositions by Satie, Friedrich Nietzsche and Arvo Pärt. There are two CD’s with music by the pianist himself and several recordings of minimal pieces by other present-day French, Belgian and Dutch composers.
    This attractive set will appeal to a wide audience and sheds light on the present state of minimalism.

  • Alfi Kabiljo: Scissors Suite / Zagreb Philharmonic Orchestra

    14:37

    ABOUT THE SCORE: Just prior to finding fame for herself as the femme fatale of a certain Paul Verhoeven thriller, Sharon Stone stared in this bizarre, admittedly occasionally clever, 1991 psycho-thriller in the vein of Hitchcock or DePalma. The varied and highly entertaining score comes from Croatian composer Alfi Kabiljo, best known in the West for his brilliant work on underserving duds like “Sky Bandits” and “Gymkata”. His score for “Scissors”, recorded with the Zagreb Philharmonic, is as strange and disparate as the film it accompanies - featuring a rhapsodic love theme for piano and orchestra (bookkeeping this suite), dissonant avant-garde utterances of symphonic fury (4:45), 80’s synthesizer-led music box-type themes that wouldn’t sound out of place in a “Child’s Play”-style horror film (6:54), and even a loosely-disguised adaptation of Delibes’ famous “Flower Duet” from his opera “Lakme” (1:23 on piano, then 7:49 with wordless soprano voices backing strings). Kabiljo’s ‘everything and the kitchen sink’ approach to the score is varied and wild, highly entertaining and unquestionably much deserving of a wider audience.

    ABOUT THIS RECORDING: This suite is derived from the complete score originally available on the composer’s website. As the tapes appear to be a raw transfer, the sound quality is sufficient but there are occasional audio glitches that have been retained. If a proper release is to ever come about, hopefully the tapes can be cleaned up and remastered a bit.

    DISCLAIMER: I do not own the music included in my channel and make no claims as such. All videos have been uploaded for EDUCATIONAL purposes only to make the public aware of obscure and forgotten works by deserving composers who would otherwise find no online audience whatsoever. Please purchase the music on CD or via digital retailers or streamers whenever possible!

  • Vagif Mustafazade - Don Quixote Improvisation

    3:50

    Vagif Mustafazadeh (Azerbaijani: Vaqif Mustafazadə) was an Azeri jazz pianist and composer, famous for fusing jazz and traditional Azeri folk music known as mugam.


    Gara Abulfaz oghlu Garayev (Azerbaijani: Qara Əbülfəz oğlu Qarayev, February 5, 1918, Baku - May 13, 1982, Moscow), also spelled as Qara Qarayev or Kara [Abulfazovich] Karayev, was a prominent Azerbaijani composer of the Soviet period. Garayev wrote nearly 110 musical pieces,[1] including ballets, operas, symphonic and chamber pieces, solos for piano, cantatas, songs and marches, and rose to prominence not only in Azerbaijan SSR but also in the rest of the Soviet Union and worldwide

    Major works

    * 1942 - Film score for A Story About the Oil Workers of the Caspian Sea.
    * 1943 - Opera Motherland, with Jovdat Hajiyev, premiered in Baku in 1945.
    * 1947 - Symphonic poem Leyli and Majnun. Edits Muslim Magomayev's opera Shah Ismayil.
    * 1949 - Seven Beauties, a suite for symphonic orchestra.
    * 1950 - Six children's pieces for piano.
    * 1952 - Albanian Rhapsody, children's pieces for piano.
    * 1957 - Path of Thunder ballet.
    * 1958 - Film score for Her Great Heart, three nocturnes for jazz orchestra.
    * 1960 - Symphony Don Quixote.

    Don Quixote (/ˌdɒn kiːˈhoʊtiː/, Spanish: ['doŋ ki'xote] ( listen)), fully titled The Ingenious Gentleman Don Quixote of La Mancha (Spanish: El ingenioso hidalgo don Quijote de la Mancha), is a novel written by Miguel de Cervantes. Published in two volumes a decade apart (in 1605 and 1615), Don Quixote is considered the most influential work of literature from the Spanish Golden Age and the entire Spanish literary canon. As a founding work of modern Western literature, and one of the earliest canonical novels, it regularly appears high on lists of the greatest works of fiction ever published. In one such list, Don Quixote was cited as the best literary work ever written.

  • Moments with Harry Schroeter - One of the best violinists from Brasil

    4:45

    (Portugues - Ingles)

    BRILHANTE
    Talvez o maior violinista ja surgido no Brasil, Harry Schroeter Filho, que atualmente vive em Joinville, faz sua primeira apresentação na cidade, no Teatro Juarez Machado, na sexta-feira (6), às 20 horas. Harry é prof. Dr. Catedrático da Academia Internacional de Música do Rio de Janeiro, tem mais de 20 prêmios, entre eles o de melhor intérprete Villa Lobos, pela Universidade de Brasília, Prêmio da Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro e já foi solista de várias orquestras brasileiras, entre elas a Sinfônica Brasileira. Tem canções editadas no exterior, onde seu nome figura entre os maiores compositores mundiais há mais de 15 anos.


    Harry Schroeter was born in 1958, in Rio de Janeiro, son of Maria Maria Helena Didier (pianist) and Harry Schroeter (violinist)

    His aunt, Olga Maria Schroeter is a famous soprano

    His Brother, Guilherme Schroeter, famous composer and Pianist

    His life was play violin since 6 years old.

    He won a lot of competitions in Brazil (more than 20 violin competitions in diferent states of Brazil) , and also finnalist on Yehudi
    Menuhin (Pleyel Hall, Paris) and Doroty Delay competitions

    He performed with orchestra (Porto Alegre Symphonic Orchestra) at
    first time with 14 years old the famous and dificult Beethoven violin concerto .

    He learned violin with his father, Oskar Borghet and others.

    Was soloist with OSB ( Brazilian Symphonic Orchestra ), and performed for more than 20 years with his brother Guilherme Schroeter and also with Larry Fountain (great USA Pianist, teacher and Opera Couch - teacher of the award winning Pianist and composer Guilherme Schroeter) and others. He was the only Brazilin violinist participating on the World Young Orchestra on the 80's.

    His repertory included the most important Violin concertos and pieces from the composers as a follows: Tchaikovsky, Brahms, Paganini (concertos and 24 Capriches), Prokofiev, katchaturian, Bach, Mendelsohn, Max Bruch, Wieniaswky, Beethoven, Sarasate, Manuel de Falla, Mozart, Villa Lobos, and much more. He is also awarded composer

    Perhaps the greatest violinist produced in Brazil, Harry Schroeter come from a traditional family of musicians, like Guilherme Schroeter, pianist, Harry Oscar Schroeter, talented violinist and Maria Helena Schroeter, talented Piano teacher and concert Pianist and Olga Maria Schroeter is a great singer (soprano).

    In the pop music world, the Schroeter family have also two 2 great
    talents: Carlos Schroeter, flutist and teacher, and Gustavo Schroeter, drummer and drummer teacher.

    Please enjoy the photos and records that shows, resumed - the
    Schroeter family's contribuition to the Brazilian's music scenario.

  • Geigenatelier Brusch | Alte italienische Violine Spirito Sorsanaj

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    Diese Geige stammt eher nicht von der Hand des auf dem Zettel erwähnten namhaften italienischen Meisters, der u.a. während der 1730er Jahre seine Werkstatt in Turin hatte.
    Das Instrument hat jedoch ein bestechend schönes Äußeres, das Modell ist mit seinen etwas kleineren als der Norm entsprechenden Abmessungen und seiner relativ starken Rückenwölbung als ungewöhnlich zu bezeichnen, das Lackbild des Rückens darf als bestechend schön beschrieben werden.
    Der Ton, obwohl nicht groß, hat charakteristisches Charme, Feinheit und eine klangvolle Dichte.
    Diese ungewöhnlich schöne und zierliche Violine mag m. E. seine besten Dienste in den Händen einer ebenfalls zierlich gebauten Dame tun. Preis nicht hoch und auf Anfrage.

  • Paranoid performed by O-SKAR

    3:23

    A Coverversion of the famous Black Sabbath song Paranoid which I made a few years ago on a boring sunday afternoon.
    ´Have fun or hate it, I don´t care..:-)
    All rights are of course property of the original composers, I have no commercial intesnion by making this coverversion, it was just for fun.

  • Comedy - Rhapsody for Violin - Aleksander Peçi

    5:09

    Rhapsody for Violin no.2; RTSH Orchestra; Ibrahim Madhi, Violin
    © Aleksander Peçi

  • SOFT KNOCK

    4:28

    Isbin/Gauthier/Walton/Golia Quartet

  • Star Night Lullaby Music Video from Escape On Over Album

    3:35

    Star Night Lullaby Music Video from Escape On Over Album by Loren L Swearingen - music copyright 2016 - music available on iTunes, Spotify and other digital music outlets.

    A lullaby, or cradle song, is a soothing song or piece of music that is usually played for (or sung to) children. The purposes of lullabies vary. In some societies they are used to pass down cultural knowledge or tradition. In addition, lullabies are often used for the developing of communication skills, indication of emotional intent, maintenance of infants' undivided attention, modulation of infants' arousal, and regulation of behavior. Perhaps one of the most important uses of lullabies is as a sleep aid for infants. As a result, the music is often simple and repetitive. Lullabies can be found in many countries, and have existed since ancient times. Lullabies tend to share exaggerated melodic tendencies, including simple pitch contours, large pitch ranges, and generally higher pitch. These clarify and convey heightened emotions, usually of love or affection. When there is harmony, infants almost always prefer consonant intervals over dissonant intervals. Furthermore, if there is a sequence of dissonant intervals in a song, an infant will usually lose interest and it becomes very difficult to regain its attention. To reflect this, most lullabies contain primarily consonant intervals. Tonally, most lullabies are simple, often merely alternating tonic and dominant harmonies. In addition to pitch tendencies, lullabies share several structural similarities. The most frequent tendencies are intermittent repetitions and long pauses between sections. This dilutes the rate of material and appeals to infants' slower capacity for processing music. Rhythmically, there are shared patterns. Lullabies are usually in triple meter or 6/8 time, giving them a characteristic swinging or rocking motion. This mimics the movement a baby experiences in the womb as a mother moves. In addition, infants' preference for rhythm shares a strong connection with what they hear when they are bounced, and even their own body movements. The tempos of lullabies tend to be generally slow, and the utterances are short. Again, this aids in the infant's processing of the song. Lullabies written by established classical composers are often given the form-name berceuse, which is French for lullaby, or cradle song. The most famous lullaby is the one by Johannes Brahms (Wiegenlied, 1868). While there has been no confirmation, there are many strong arguments that Brahms suffered from a sleep disorder known as sleep apnea. It is speculated (based on lullabies' utility as a sleep aid) that this was part of his inspiration for composing Wiegenlied. Chopin's Berceuse is a composition for solo piano. Other famous examples of the genre include Maurice Ravel's Berceuse sur le nom de Gabriel Fauré for violin and piano; the Berceuse élégiaque by Ferruccio Busoni; the Berceuse from the opera Jocelyn by Benjamin Godard; the Berceuse by Igor Stravinsky which is featured in the Firebird ballet, and Lullaby for String Quartet by George Gershwin. The English composer Nicholas Maw's orchestral nocturne, The World in the Evening, is subtitled lullaby for large orchestra. German composer's Paul Graener last movement of his suite From The Realm of Pan is entitled Pan sings the world a lullaby. American composer's Michael Glenn Williams Berceuse for Solo Piano uses an ostinato similar to Chopin's but in a 21st-century harmonic context.[citation needed] mpanied lullabies over accompanied lullabies. Again, this appeals to infants' more limited ability to process information. Lullabies are often used for their soothing nature, even for non-infants. One study found lullabies to be the most successful type of music or sound for relieving stress and improving the overall psychological health of pregnant women. These characteristics tend to be consistent across cultures. It was found that adults of various cultural backgrounds could recognize and identify lullabies without knowing the cultural context of the song. Infants have shown a strong preferences for songs with these qualities. Lullabies are often used to pass down or strengthen the cultural roles and practices. In an observation of the setting of lullabies in Albanian culture, lullabies tended to be paired with the rocking of the child in a cradle. This is reflected in the swinging rhythmicity of the music. In addition to serving as a cultural symbol of the infant's familial status, the cradle's presence during the singing of lullabies helps the infant associate lullabies with fallinLullabies written by established classical composers are often given the form-name berceuse, which is French for lullaby, or cradle song. The most famous lullaby is the one by Johannes Brahms (Wiegenlied, 1868).

  • Forgotten

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    Hello! This is music by Ronnie Dickison. I am a Composer, Sound Designer and Voice Actor!

    This is a Sad Piano song i composed when i was younger, this song helps show my progression as a composer and how far i have come in terms of Sound Design, Mixing, mastering and overall quality.

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    I started writing music when i was 12 and its been a passion of mine ever since, I hop to one day become a Film Composer. I write all sorts of music but my main inspirations are from the Silent Hill Video games and composers Hans Zimmer, harry gregson-williams and The Chronicals of Narnia soundtrack.

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