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Playlist of List of Argentinian classical composers

  • Itzhak Perlman Tango


    Tango de Itzhak Perlman

  • 2 hours Best of Astor Piazzolla - Argentine Tango Music Collection


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    Fuga Y Misterio
    Adiós Nonino 03:21
    Los Paraguas de Buenos Aires (feat Amelita Baltar) 11:27
    Libertango 16:25
    Tristeza de un Doble 'A' 19:13
    Violetas Populares (feat Amelita Baltar) 26:30
    Fuga 31:10
    Tangata Del alba 34:16
    Ave Maria 39:14
    L'évasion 44:56
    Onda Nueve 51:05
    Mufa 72 57:41
    Quattro Stagioni: Primavera Porteña 01:05:26
    Quattro Stagioni: Verano Porteño 01:10:43
    Quattro Stagioni: Otoño Porteño 01:20:01
    Quattro Stagioni: Invierno Porteño 01:25:14
    Concerto para Bandoneon Y Orchestra: Allegro Marcato Aconcagua (SFW Rundfunkorchester) 01:31:54
    Concerto para Bandoneon Y Orchestra: Moderato Aconcagua (SFW Rundfunkorchester) 01:39:45
    Concerto para Bandoneon Y Orchestra: Presto Aconcagua (SFW Rundfunkorchester) 01:46:59
    Balada Para Un Loco (Nuevos Aires) 01:53:48

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  • Tucututa


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    Tucututa · Victor Villadangos

    Guitar Music Of Argentina, Vol. 2

    ℗ 2006 Naxos

    Released on: 2006-03-21

    Artist: Victor Villadangos
    Composer: Victor Villadangos

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  • The Dying Poet


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    The Dying Poet (A Meditation) · Eugene List

    GOTTSCHALK: Piano Works; A Night in the Tropics; Four Hand Piano

    ℗ Musical Concepts

    Released on: 2004-08-24

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  • Eric Whitacres Virtual Choir - Lux Aurumque


    Love this? Watch Virtual Choir 2.0 with 2052 people singing Sleep -

    Eric Whitacre

    Scott Haines

    TEXT BY: Charles Anthony Silvestri

    Representing 12 Countries:
    New Zealand
    The Philippines
    United States of America

  • Argentina Folk Music


    The traditional music of Argentina includes a variety genres. Folk music (called música folklórica or folklore in Spanish) comes in many forms, developed in different parts of Argentina with different European and indigenous influences. In northern Argentina, on the borders with Bolivia and Chile, the music of the Andes reflects the spirit of the land with the sounds of local wind, percussion and string instruments. Chacarera originating in Santiago del Estero, this folk music is accompanied by Spanish guitars and bombo legüero. The name originates from the word chacra (farm), as it was usually danced in rural areas, but it slowly made its way to the cities of that area. It is one of the few Argentine dances for couples where the woman has an equal opportunity to show off. Accordion-based Chamamé arose in the northeastern region (provinces of Corrientes, Formosa & Misiones) an area with many settlers from Poland, Austria and Germany. Polkas, Mazurkas and waltzes came with these immigrants, and soon mixed with the Spanish music already present in the area. According to the Harvard Dictionary of Music, Argentina has one of the richest art music traditions and perhaps the most active contemporary musical life.

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  • Vitas_Symphony No 4_FULL NEW SONG_2018



    New Song Premiere!
    Friends, today we present to you a new song from Vitas, Symphony No.4. This is Vitas' first written work as a composer of classical music!

    VITAS as a singer and songwriter has been known on Russian stage since 2000. Today Vitas is an artist who has gained popularity outside of Russia as well. His performances took place in the most prestigious and greatest halls.

    He has filmed 7 movies and 19 music videos, released 29 CDs and presented 10 concert shows. Possessing a unique vocal range of 5 octaves, Vitas is capable to perform brilliantly vocal pieces of different music genres. The artists music videos are represented on the following page of his official website:

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    Vitas’ song “7th Element” has become a sensation in the USA. The unique number views of MV from Vitas on The Soup Facebook!

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  • Top 10 of All Times - Tango


    Tango | Official Audio Release HQ © 2015 FM Records S.A. Greece.

    1 May You Came for a While by Zoe - Zoe Tiganouria, Michalis Souyioul
    2 Tango - Klio Leonardou
    3 Piraeus Tango - Michalis Koumbios
    4 Two Red Lips (Duet Version) - Zoe Tiganouria
    5 Tango - Christos Papadopoulos
    6 Tango on the Waves - Simon Kouskounis
    7 Third Wedding by Zoe - Zoe Tiganouria, Stamatis Kraounakis
    8 Good Friday's Tango - Stefanos Andreadis
    9 Passionate Tango - Dr. Sergei Shaboutin
    10 Tango of Melancholy (Duet Version) - Zoe Tiganouria

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  • Otono Porteno


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    Otono Porteno (Autumn - The Four Seasons of Buenos Aires) · Katica Illényi

    Tango Classic

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    Released on: 2018-10-29

    Composer: Astor Piazzolla/Leonid Desyatnikov

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  • André Rieu - And The Waltz Goes On


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    Music video by André Rieu performing And The Waltz Goes On. (C) 2011 Universal Music Domestic Pop, a division of Universal Music GmbH

  • Jason Vieaux And Yolanda Kondonassis: NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert


    We rarely invite Tiny Desk alumni back to the confines of Bob Boilen's work space, but we couldn't resist this time. Harpist Yolanda Kondonassis and Grammy-winning guitarist Jason Vieaux have both given solo Tiny Desk performances. Since then they've paired up for concerts and a new album of works composed especially for their combination of instruments.

    Although the harp and guitar are both instruments you pluck and strum, they seem to come from different corners of the classical world. The guitar conjures up the legacy of zesty Spanish music while the harp must contend with the cliché of its angelic role in the orchestra. But when Kondonassis and Vieaux are together, the two instruments seem to merge into a singularly evocative voice. Kondonassis joked that they could call it a guitarp until someone quickly Googled and told us there actually is such a contraption.

    Music for harp and guitar isn't easy to come by, so Kondonassis and Vieaux have been busy commissioning works like the opening Elysian, part of a larger suite written for the duo by Gary Schocker.

    Anything that sounds even vaguely non-Western is a good fit for the duo because most cultures enjoy their own versions of the harp and guitar. Alan Hovhaness, an American composer with a global outlook, weaved Asian ideas into his Sonata for Harp and Guitar, subtitled Spirit of Trees. And the duo ends by beating out the interlocking rhythms of the African candombe, which Argentine composer Máximo Diego Pujol placed in his Suite mágica. -- TOM HUIZENGA

    Set List
    Gary Schocker: Elysian (from Hypnotized)
    Alan Hovhaness: Fuga: Allegro – Andante grazioso, Canon: Allegro (from Sonata for Harp and Guitar, Spirit of Trees)
    Máximo Diego Pujol: Vals, Candombe (from Suite mágica)

    Producers: Tom Huizenga, Maggie Starbard; Audio Engineer: Brian Jarboe; Videographers: Morgan McCloy, Maggie Starbard; Assistant Producer: Meredith Rizzo; photo by Meredith Rizzo/NPR

  • Argentinian Dinner - Tango Music, Background Music, Best Music from Argentina


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    A Media Luz - Los Gauchos Del Tango
    Canaro en Paris - Los Gauchos Del Tango
    Nostalgias - Los Gauchos Del Tango
    La Cumparsita - Los gauchos
    Adios Muchachos - Los Gauchos Del Tango
    Adios Pampa Mia - Los Gauchos Del Tango
    Ispiracion - Los Gauchos Del Tango
    Balada para un Loco (feat. Amelita Baltar)  - Astor Piazzolla
    Vamos, Nina (feat. Amelita Baltar)  - Astor Piazzolla
    Los Paraguas de Buenos Aires (feat. Amelita Baltar)  - Astor Piazzolla
    El Gordo Triste (feat. Amelita Baltar) - Astor Piazzolla
    Los Pajaros Perdidos- Astor Piazzolla, Josè Angel Trelles
    De Corte Antiguo - Jorge Arduh Orquestra
    Fantasia en Tango - Jorge Arduh Orquestra
    Dibujos - Jorge Arduh Orquestra
    El Fortin - Jorge Arduh Orquestra
    Estampa Elegante - Jorge Arduh Orquestra
    El Baquianito - Walter y su conjunto
    El Alegrito - Walter y su conjunto
    El Sombrerito - Walter y su conjunto
    Chakay Manta - Walter y su conjunto
    La Huella - Walter y su conjunto
    Fuga y Misterio - Astor Piazzolla
    Adiós Nonino - Astor Piazzolla
    El Penultimo - Astor Piazzolla
    Libertango - Astor Piazzolla
    La Cumparsita - Jorge Arduh Orquestra
    El Triunfo - Walter y su conjunto
    El Tango - Balera Band

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  • Libertango


    Astor Piazzolla (1921-1992), born in Mar del Plata, Argentina, was a tango master not of the barrooms but of the concert hall. He expanded upon one of the great popular dance traditions of the Western Hemisphere, constantly crossing and recrossing the line between popular and classical music.
    His family moved to New York's Little Italy, and his musical education was shaped by American jazz and pop. But his father gave him a bandoneón, a large Argentine concertina, to keep the family's connection to Argentine culture alive, and he also studied classical music. In 1934, he recorded with the Argentine tango pioneer Carlos Gardel, who soon would be killed in a plane crash. Returning to Argentina, he played the bandoneón in a Buenos Aires tango orchestra from 1936 to 1944, but the world of classical music had made a deep impression on him. A chance meeting with the great pianist Artur Rubinstein brought him into contact with Alberto Ginastera, Argentina's leading composer, and that led to several years of classical study. Piazzolla's Sinfonia Buenos Aires gained international acclaim but was poorly received in the composer's home country.

    In 1954, Piazzolla went to Paris for further classical studies with the most famous composition teacher of the time, Nadia Boulanger. However, the experience led him to reconnect with the tango; Boulanger, after hearing him play one of his tango pieces, told him to discard the rest of his compositions. Back in Argentina, Piazzolla created nuevo tango (new tango), which broke sharply with the genre's traditional sound, and once again antagonized tango's Argentine partisans.
    Abroad, however, Piazzolla's reputation began to spread. Often written for his Quinteto Tango Nuevo (formed in 1960), featuring violin, guitar, piano, bass, and bandoneón, Piazzolla's more than 750 tango compositions included complex harmonies drawn from the world of modern concert music. The 1968 stage work Maria de Buenos Aires, inspired by Gershwin's Porgy and Bess, finally won over tango traditionalists, and for the last two decades of his life Piazzolla was an Argentine hero. Internationally, his reputation with both popular and specialized audiences continued to grow; his compositions became part of the 1986 musical Tango Argentina and also attracted progressive musicians like the members of the Kronos Quartet, who recorded Piazzolla's Five Tango Sensations of 1989. He died in Buenos Aires on July 5, 1992.

    Piazzolla reawakened interest in the tango, and the international exposure given his works touched off a series of tango films, stage productions, and recordings. The key to Piazzolla's popularity was that no matter how much he experimented with the musical materials of the tango, he never lost touch with its sensual yet despairing emotional essence. The popularity of Piazzolla's unique blend of tango, classical music, and jazz continued to grow after his death. Jazz musicians, such as guitarists Al di Meola and Charlie Byrd and the vibraphonist Gary Burton have used Piazzolla's music as a point of departure, and classical performers as well took to his music; at the end of the 1990s, recordings by the famed Latvian violinist Gidon Kremer showed that despite its association with the bandoneón, Piazzolla's music could be transferred to other instruments. At the turn of the century, Piazzolla's boundary-crossing music was continuing to gain listeners of all kinds.


    Pressured by his European agent to write shorter, more airplay-friendly pieces, Astor Piazzolla produced Libertango in 1974. This was during the period from 1971 to 1978 when he was working with a highly electric and eclectic nonet, Conjunto 9, which gave his work a more commercial, rock - and jazz- influenced sound. But when Piazzolla re-formed his mainly acoustic quintet in 1978, Libertango was one of the pieces that easily survived the transition back to Piazzolla's earlier, grittier, more intimate sound.

    Although details varied from one performance and recording to another, Libertango, a sort of song to liberty, begins with an extremely fast, busy piano solo with bass acoustic and electric support. Piazzolla's own bandoneón soon takes center stage for the remainder of the piece, which moves forward relentlessly. After a very brief respite three-quarters of the way through, the material returns even faster and more urgently. Too frantic to be either a successful song or a practical dance (except for the most elite specialists), Libertango is one of Piazzolla's pure concert tangos: compact, dynamic, and unforgiving.

    Libertango, tango for Chamber Ensemble
    Arranged for cello, bandoneón, violin, guitar, double bass & piano
    Yo-Yo Ma, Cello

  • Llobet: Complete Guitar Music


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    Composer: Miguel Llobet
    Artist: Giulio Tampalini (guitar)

    About this Album:
    This new recording presents the complete guitar works of Llobet, who himself was a virtuoso on his instrument, as shown in the complex and innovative writing. Barcelona-born Miguel Llobet once played for the Spanish royal family in the early 20th century. Credited with beginning the notion of a touring classical guitarist, Llobet travelled throughout Europe and beyond, briefly settling in both Paris and Buenos Aires. He later returned to Barcelona, unable to distance himself from his birthplace despite the grip of the civil war in which the city found itself.

    This collection brings together Llobet’s complete works for guitar, beginning with Leonesa and his popular arrangements of 13 Catalan folk songs. These arrangements, each of a varying character, wring a different emotion from the guitar, from the sprightly L’Hereu Riera and lilting El Noi de la Mare to the flourishes of Cançó de Lladre and the mournful El Testament d’Amelia. The Variations on a Theme of Sor, based on Fernando Sor’s B minor study, contrast a haunting melody with complex articulation. Also featured on the disc are Llobet’s 5 Preludes, the Argentinian Folk Songs, Etudes, the witty and bright Scherzo-Waltz, and the composer’s debut composition Romance, among others.

    00:00:00 Leonesa
    00:01:54 Popular Catalan Songs: Cançó de Lladre
    00:09:14 Popular Catalan Songs: El Testament d’Amelia
    00:10:51 Popular Catalan Songs: Lo Fill del Rei
    00:12:04 Popular Catalan Songs: La Pastoreta
    00:18:27 Popular Catalan Songs: La Nit de Nadal
    00:36:42 Variations on a Theme of Sor: Variation IV
    00:37:19 Variations on a Theme of Sor: Variation V
    00:37:48 Variations on a Theme of Sor: Variation VI
    00:38:19 Variations on a Theme of Sor: Intermezzo
    00:39:15 Variations on a Theme of Sor: Variation VII
    00:46:31 Prelude in A
    00:48:21 Prelude in D (à Maria Luisa Anido)
    00:48:35 Original prelude
    00:55:48 Etude-Caprice
    00:57:32 Etude in E
    00:59:18 Respuesta

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  • Tárrega: Guitar Edition


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    Composer: Francisco Tárrega
    Artists: Giulio Tampalini

  • Ivan Danilov plays Schindlers List Theme on a 1993 Thomas Humphrey


    Ivan Danilov plays Schindler's List Theme on a 1993 Thomas Humphrey. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and on our website:

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  • Top 50 Best Classical Guitar Music


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    Elise Neumann
    00:00:00 País de abanico
    00:04:40 Medallon Antiguo
    00:08:07 Habanera
    00:12:04 Vals Op.8 No.4
    00:16:13 Gavota al estilo antiguo
    00:18:51 Vals Tropical
    00:21:37 El sueño de la razón produce monstruos
    00:28:01 I. La Serenor
    00:32:43 II. La Joia
    00:35:57 III. La Calma
    00:39:02 IV. La Gaubança
    00:41:19 V. La Frisança

    Giorgio Mirto
    00:44:41 El destierro del jerarca
    00:48:47 La rosa eterna
    00:51:46 Rojas rodillas muertas
    00:55:11 Una senil illusion
    00:58:24 Los sueños reales son
    01:02:56 El ultimo viaje
    01:06:50 Flor de otoño

    Frédéric Zigante
    01:10:18 I. Mazurka-chôro
    01:13:44 II. Schottisch-chôro
    01:16:59 III. Valsa-chôro
    01:22:07 IV. Gavotta-chôro
    01:27:14 V. Chôrinho
    01:31:29 Andante – Valsa brilhante
    01:35:45 Mazurka
    Giusepe Feola
    01:38:10 No. 6, Fantasia. Aragon
    01:43:47 No. 2, Oriental
    01:48:25 No. 3, Sevillanas. Sevilla
    01:53:19 No. 1, Serenata. Granada
    01:58:37 No. 4, Saeta. Cadiz
    02:03:20 No. 4, Córdoba
    02:09:53 No. 8, Capricho. Cuba
    02:15:04 No. 5, Leyenda. Asturias
    02:22:16 No. 7, Seguidillas. Castilla
    02:26:02 No. 2, Curranda. Cataluña
    02:30:16 No. 3, Bajo la palmera

    Ermanno Brignolo
    02:35:58 Cançò en el mar
    02:39:51 Catalanesca
    02:42:09 Una leyenda
    02:48:05 I. Pueblo castellano
    02:49:55 II. En Aragón
    02:51:15 III. Brujerias
    02:53:00 I. Preludio
    02:56:55 II. Coral
    03:01:14 III. Cuna
    03:06:47 IV. Recitativo
    03:11:24 V. Canción
    03:14:21 VI. Muñeira
    03:17:13 Leyenda catalana

  • Tango


    Summer Concert from the Waldbuhne

  • Top 20 Iconic Violin Pieces of All Time HQ


    The Best Violin Pieces of All Time!

    Intro piece: Brandenburg Concerto No. 3: 3rd movement - Bach

    20. Concerto grosso Op. 6, No. 8 - Corelli
    19. Adagio for Violin and Orchestra in E major - Mozart
    18. Violin Concerto in A minor (L'Estro Armonico Op. 3, No. 6) - Vivaldi
    17. Violin Sonata No. 9 in A major (Kreutzer) - Beethoven
    16. Double Violin Concerto in D minor - Bach
    15. Violin Concerto in D major - Tchaikovsky
    14. Violin Concerto No. 3 in G major - Mozart
    13. Violin Concerto in D minor - Sibelius
    12. Violin Sonata in G minor (Devil's Trill) - Tartini
    11. Meditation from Thais - Massenet
    10. Violin Concerto in D major - Brahms
    9. The Lark Ascending - Vaughan Williams
    8. Violin Concerto No. 1 in G minor - Max Bruch
    7. Zigeunerweisen (Aires Gitanos) - Sarasate
    6. Violin Concerto in E minor - Mendelssohn
    5. Chaconne from Partita for Violin No. 2 - Bach
    4. Caprice No. 24 in A minor - Paganini
    3. Violin Concerto in D major - Beethoven
    2. Canon in D Major - Pachelbel
    1. The Four Seasons - Vivaldi

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  • Francisco Tárrega - Capricho árabe


    Francisco de Asís Tárrega y Eixea (21 November 1852 - 15 December 1909) was an influential Spanish composer and guitarist of the Romantic period.

    Guitar: David Russell

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  • Best of Latin American Classics


    Composers: Alberto Evaristo Ginastera, Arturo Márquez, Aldemaro Romero, José Pablo Moncayo, Oscar Lorenzo Fernández, Silvestre Revueltas (1), Yuri Hung
    Artists: Orquestra Sinfonica di Venezuela, Theodore Kuchar (conductor)

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    Stretching from Mexico to Argentina and covering miles of lush, idyllic landscape, Latin America has long been a source of inspiration for all manner of artists. This engaging release details a wonderful collection of music by composers native to the continent, all of whom have sought to capture its identity in their work.

    Beginning with Moncayo’s famous Huapango, a vibrant showpiece written in 1941 and which incorporates three of Mexico’s popular dances, the compilation traverses an array of distinctive, regional rhythms that have been integrated into traditional and formal structures. From Hung’s Kanaima – a Venezuelan evocation of the rainforest’s majesty – to Fernández’s Afro-Brazilian dance ‘Batuque’, taken from
    his nationalistic opera Malazarte, the collection also highlights the importance of Western influence in Latin American music: not only was Romero’s Tocatta Bachiana inspired by the famous D minor Toccata and Fugue BWV565 by J.S. Bach, but Revueltas’ work demonstrates a clear affinity for the harmonic language of European modernists such as Stravinsky.

    Spanning over 50 years of composition, this release reveals Latin America’s great cultural diversity and is the perfect starting-point for anyone wishing to explore the continent’s rich artistic landscape. With the Venezuelan Symphony Orchestra delivering awe-inspiring performances under their esteemed director Theodore Kuchar, it’s a must-buy.

    00:00:00 Huapango
    00:08:11 Danzón No. 2
    00:17:37 Tocatta Bachiana y Pajarillo Aldemaroso
    00:26:58 Janitzio
    00:34:31 Four Dances from Estancia: Los trabajadores agrícolas
    00:37:29 Four Dances from Estancia: Danza del trigo
    00:40:31 Four Dances from Estancia: Los peones de hacienda
    00:42:30 Four Dances from Estancia: Danza final (malambo)
    00:46:11 Kanaima
    00:50:59 Batuque

  • Bruno Sanfilippo - DOLL · piano


    DOLL is an online piano single by Bruno Sanfilippo.
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    Cover Art: Larissa Kulik
    Analog Mastered: Ian Hawgood

    Drifting, Almost Falling Blog. wrote:
    In the last decade Modern Classical has soared in popularity for both releases and artists coming through the genre. Credit can go to the likes of Nils Frahm, Ólafur Arnalds, Max Richter, Johann Johannsson and labels like Erased Tapes and 130701 in helping popularize the music. You can add Argentinian Bruno Sanfilippo to the list. “Doll” is Sanfilippo’s first release for 2018 coming out on the first of January on all digital platforms.
    Mastered by Home Normal boss Ian Hawgood (who also mastered “Lost & Found”) the track is a meditative rolling piece that has a beautiful tone alongside its controlled playing that, while conveying an intention it is never forceful nor laid back. There is an organic feel to it with the slight sound of the parts of the piano (possibly hammers or dampers – being a non musician I can only guess). There is a certain degree of romance to the music, but also a feeling of hope. At no times is it melancholic, but just a pleasure to listen to. The feeling is of a musician in control of their art and this ease that he has comes across in the enjoyment for the listener.
    If this, Sanfilippo’s first entry into 2018 is a representation of what is to follow, then it should be a great year of music ahead of us.

    Bruno Sanfilippo is a classically trained musician and composer who has been creating music for more then 20 years. His focus alternates between the exploration of minimalist piano concepts and electro-acoustic music. He is obsessed with the search for new and unique qualities in music – the amazing, the magical and the deep. In dreams, there’s no imagined thing that’s too absurd, too strange, and Bruno Sanfilippo’s music comes from that inexhaustible and shameless source.

  • Astor Piazzolla - Oblivion


    Ástor Pantaleón Piazzolla (March 11, 1921 -- July 4, 1992) was an Argentine tango composer and bandoneón player. His oeuvre revolutionized the traditional tango into a new style termed nuevo tango, incorporating elements from jazz and classical music. A virtuoso bandoneónist, he regularly performed his own compositions with different ensembles.

    Astor Piazzolla, compositor de tango mais importante da segunda metade do século XX, estudou harmonia e música erudita com a compositora e diretora de orquestra francesa Nadia Boulanger. Em sua juventude, tocou e realizou arranjos orquestrais para o bandoneonista, compositor e diretor Aníbal Troilo.
    Quando começou a fazer inovações no tango, no ritmo, no timbre e na harmonia, foi muito criticado pelos tocadores de tango mais antigos. Ao voltar de Nova Iorque, Piazzolla já mostrava a forte influência do Jazz em sua música, estabelecendo então uma nova linguagem, seguida até hoje.
    Quando os mais ortodoxos, durante a década de 60, bradaram que a música dele não era de fato tango, Piazzolla respondia-lhes que era música contemporânea de Buenos Aires. Para seus seguidores e apreciadores, essa música certamente representava melhor a imagem da metrópole argentina.
    Piazzola deixou uma discografia invejável, tendo gravado com Gary Burton, Tom Jobim, entre outros músicos que o acompanharam, como o também notável violinista Fernando Suarez Paz.
    Entre seus mais destacados parceiros na Argentina estão a cantante Amelita Baltar e o poeta Horacio Ferrer, além do escritor Jorge Luís Borges.

  • Rossini - Barber of Seville


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    Gioachino Antonio Rossini The Barber of Seville
    Track list:
    1. The Barber of Seville - Act 1 - 1st Part 00:00
    2. The Barber of Seville - Act 1 - 2nd Part 23:18
    3. The Barber of Seville - Act 1 - 3rd Part 44:11
    4. The Barber of Seville - Act 1 - Fin 1:04:51
    5. The Barber of Seville - Act 2 - 1st Part 1:24:47
    6. The Barber of Seville - Act 2 - Fin 1:47:05
    The Barber of Seville, or The Futile Precaution (Italian: Il barbiere di Siviglia, ossia L'inutile precauzione) is an opera buffa in two acts by Gioachino Rossini with an Italian libretto by Cesare Sterbini. The libretto was based on Pierre Beaumarchais's French comedy Le Barbier de Séville (1775).
    The première of Rossini's opera (under the title Almaviva, o sia L'inutile precauzione) took place on 20 February 1816 at the Teatro Argentina, Rome.

  • Jon Bon Jovi & Pavarotti - Let it Rain


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    Pavarotti & friends 1998 in concert for Liberia

  • Can You Name the Classical Music Pieces?


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  • 50 Masterpieces of Classical Music


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    00:00 1 Chopin - Nocturnes, Op. 9: No. 2, Andante
    05:20 2 Debussy - Suite bergamasque: No. 3, Clair de lune
    10:40 3 Beethoven - Bagatelle No. 25 Für Elise
    14:26 4 Bach - Orchestral Suite No. 3: II. Aria
    20:39 5 Mendelssohn - Lieder ohne Worte, Op. 19b: No. 1 Andante con moto
    23:23 6 Grieg - Lyric Pieces, Op. 12: No. 1, Arietta
    24:31 7 Debussy - Deux arabesques: No. 1, Andantino con moto
    29:22 8 Chopin - Douze études, Op. 25: No. 1 Aeolian Harp
    31:45 9 Beethoven - Piano Sonata No. 14, Op. 27 No. 2 Moonlight Sonata
    38:16 10 Bach-Lodbell - Ave Maria
    39:58 11 Satie - Gymnopedie No. 1
    42:46 12 Schumann - Piano Sonata No. 1, Op. 11: III. Aria
    46:01 13 Schubert - Piano Sonata No. 14, Op. Posth. 143: II. Andante
    49:57 14 Ravel - Pavane pour une infante défunte
    56:03 15 Chopin - Fantaisie-impromptu, Op. 66
    1:00:09 16 Liszt - Études d'exécution transcendante: No. 5, Feux follets
    1:04:22 17 Haydn – Divertimento: III. Finale presto
    1:06:40 18 Mozart - Piano Sonata No. 16 For Beginners: I. Allegro
    1:09:40 19 Mozart - Piano Sonata No. 11: III. Alla Turca
    1:13:18 20 Bach - Notebooks for Anna Magdalena Bach: Menuet

    1:14:35 21 Bach - Brandenburg Concerto No. 3, BWV 1048: I. —
    1:20:33 22 Haydn - Cello Concerto No. 1, Hob. VIIb:1: I. Moderato
    1:29:17 23 Beethoven - Symphony No. 8, Op. 93: II. Allegretto scherzando
    1:33:17 24 Dvorak - Serenata per archi, Op. 22, B. 52: II. Menuetto. Allegro con moto
    1:39:58 25 Brahms - Symphony No. 1, Op. 68: II. Andante sostenuto
    1:48:20 26 Beethoven - Symphony No. 6, Op. 68 Pastoral: I. Allegro ma non troppo
    1:59:12 27 Corelli - Concerto Grosso No. 10, Op. 6: IV. Minuetto. Vivace
    2:00:57 28 Corelli - Concerto Grosso No. 1, Op. 6: I. Largo
    2:03:52 29 Schubert - Symphony No. 8, D. 759 Unfinished: II. Andante con moto
    2:13:32 30 Strauss II - An der schönen blauen Donau, Op. 314
    2:24:56 31 Mozart: Ein musikalischer Spass, Op. 93, K. 522: I. Allegro
    2:27:43 32 Grieg - Holberg Suite, Op. 40: I. Preludio
    2:30:29 33 Bach - Orchestral Suite No. 2, BWV 1067: VII. Badinerie
    2:31:49 34 Bach - Orchestral Suite No. 2, BWV 1067: VI. Minuetto
    2:32:59 35 Vivaldi - The Four Seasons, Concerto No. 1, RV 269 Spring: I. Allegro
    2:36:16 36 Telemann - Viola Concerto, TWV 51:G9: II. Allegro
    2:39:24 37 Vivaldi - The Four Seasons, Concerto No. 3, RV 293 “Autumn”: I. Allegro
    2:44:26 38 Strauss I – Radetzky March, Op. 228
    2:46:52 39 Mozart - Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, K. 525: I. Allegro
    2:52:51 40 Vivaldi – Concerto for Strings, RV 152: I. Allegro molto
    2:54:48 41 Mozart - Symphony No. 40, K. 550: I. Molto allegro
    3:02:58 42 Rossini - Il Barbiere di Siviglia: Ouverture
    3:09:50 43 Strauss II - Tritsch-Tratsch-Polka, Op. 214
    3:12:24 44 Strauss II - Frühlingsstimmen, Op. 410
    3:19:56 45 Tchaikovsky - Nutcracker Suite, Op. 71a: No. 2c, Russian Dance. Trépak, molto vivace
    3:21:09 46 Mozart - Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, K. 525: IV. Rondò. Allegro
    3:24:18 47 Tchaikovskji - Serenade for Strings, Op. 48: II. Valse. Moderato
    3:28:09 48 Boccherini – String Quintet, Op. 11 No. 5, G. 275: III. Minuetto
    3:31:34 49 Mozart - Requiem, K. 626: I. Introitus. Requiem aeternam
    3:36:55 50 Mozart - Requiem, K. 626: Confutatis-Lacrimosa

    1, 3, 4, 7, 8, 9, 12, 13, 16, 17, 19, 20: Giovanni Umberto Battel
    2, 5, 6, 10, 11, 14, 15, 18: Carlo Balzaretti
    21, 23, 26, 29, 32, 41, 42: Orchestra da Camera Fiorentina, Giuseseppe Lanzetta, 49, 50: Harmonia Cantata, 35, 37: Christiane Edinger
    22, 24, 31, 47, 48: I Virtuosi del Teatro alla Scala (Live Recordings)
    25: Olsztyn Orchestra, Marek Tracz
    27, 28: Kiev Camera Orchestra, Liviu Buiuc
    Donetsk Orchestra, Silvano Frontalini
    Kaunas Chamber Orchestra, Marek Tracz
    Giovanni Antonioni, Orchestra Sinfonica Warmia, Silvano Frontalini
    Opole Orchestra, Werner Stiefel
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  • HAUSER - Oblivion


    Hauser performing his arrangement of Oblivion by Astor Piazzolla with the Zagreb Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Ivo Lipanovic.

    This video appears on 2CELLOS stunning new DVD Live at Arena Zagreb - the complete exhilarating concert filmed on 12th of June, 2012

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  • Vals Argentinian - Flirteuse by Barbero Octavio


    For more waltzes from the Latin Americas, please check out this playlist:

    The Argentinian Waltz is insipired by Spanish dance such as the tango and the milonga. It is still a romantic piece, flanked by the two main waltzes and a trio. There are various variations of it, ranging from the French and American Waltzes to regional variations such as the Creole and the Bostonian. Most of them had lyrics written to them, so they have a song-like quality to them.

    Flirteuse (Flirtation) is a lively waltz with flirting going all around. Barbero, Octavio, a Bandoneonist, bandleader and composer, died in 1948.

  • Vals Argentinian - Jardin de las Rosas by Samuel Castriota


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    The Argentinian Waltz is insipired by Spanish dance such as the tango and the milonga. It is still a romantic piece, flanked by the two main waltzes and a trio. There are various variations of it, ranging from the French and American Waltzes to regional variations such as the Creole and the Bostonian. Most of them had lyrics written to them, so they have a song-like quality to them.

    Samuel Castriota, born in Buenos Aires, (2 November 1885 - 8 July 1932) was a pianist, guitarist and composer. He started his career alternating between a barber and that of a guitarist. He later switched to the piano. He played with the violinist Francisco Canaro in one of his bands. He survived on his winnings from a casino winnings than from a copyright.

  • The Russian Guitar 1800-1850


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    This comprehensive release is a celebration of the astonishing presence of the guitar in Russia at the beginning of the 19th century. Just the sheer number of composers featured on this 7CD album exemplifies how popular the instrument was. Though many of these composers have now fallen into obscurity, their works live on – discovered by renowned guitarist Oleg Timofeyev, an expert on the music of this time. Mr Timofeyev is known for reviving the seven-string Russian guitar, and it is on this instrument that he performs these works, many of which have never been recorded before.

    Artists: Oleg Timofeyev (Russian seven-string guitar), John Schneiderman (Russian seven-string guitar ), Dan Caraway (Russian seven-string guitar ), Anne Harley (soprano ), Etienne Abelin (classical violin), Kenneth Slowik (fortepiano)

    00:00:00 (Andrey Sychra) The Poor Branch
    00:05:04 (Andrey Sychra) In the Valley
    00:12:35 (Andrey Sychra) Troïka
    00:17:22 (Andrey Sychra) In the Garden
    00:21:30 (Andrey Sychra) Four Études: Étude No. 1
    00:30:10 (Andrey Sychra) Four Études: Étude No. 2
    00:35:08 (Andrey Sychra) Four Études: Étude No. 3
    00:41:10 (Andrey Sychra) Four Études: Étude No. 4
    00:48:02 (Andrey Sychra) Variations on Weber’s Last Thought
    00:56:13 (Andrey Sychra) Rondo à la Savoyard
    01:00:57 (Semion Aksionov) Kamarinskaia
    01:05:48 (Semion Aksionov) In the Valley
    01:11:06 (Semion Aksionov) Exercise in A Minor
    01:12:27 (Semion Aksionov) Feel Bad
    01:16:25 (Semion Aksionov) Pour biendans ma chaumière
    01:20:07 (Semion Aksionov) How Did I Upset You?
    01:24:16 (Semion Aksionov) Akh vy seni
    01:28:38 (Semion Aksionov) Mozart Variations
    01:33:29 (Mikhail Vysotsky) March
    01:37:45 (Mikhail Vysotsky) Stop Singing, oh Nature’s Friend
    01:41:00 (Mikhail Vysotsky) Love Pear
    01:45:39 (Alexander Vetrov) You Won’t Believe
    01:53:08 (Alexander Vetrov) Étude in D Major
    01:56:26 (Alexander Vetrov) Étude in G Major
    01:59:24 (Alexander Vetrov) Étude in A Minor
    02:02:31 (Alexander Vetrov) Rondoletto
    02:05:42 (Ignaz von Held)Rondo
    02:07:29 (Ignaz von Held)Polonaise de Mars
    02:11:48 (Joseph Kamensky) Sonata for Violin and Seven-string Guitar: I. Allegro moderato
    02:19:13 (Joseph Kamensky) Sonata for Violin and Seven-string Guitar: II. Polish Song with Variations
    02:24:51 (Ludwig Sychra) Fantasia
    02:31:03 (Vladimir Lvov) Sonata: I. Allegro moderato
    02:39:17 (Vladimir Lvov) Sonata: II. Rondo. Allegretto
    02:44:18 (Anon.) D’un mensonge
    02:45:52(Anon.) On dit que sans espérance
    02:47:37 (Anon.) À ma Clémence
    02:49:47 (Andrey Sychra) Polonaise
    02:52:15 (Ferdinando Antonolini) Perduta l’arbitra
    02:55:24 (Domenico Cimarosa) Se m’abandoni
    02:58:32 (A. Svientitsky) Variations
    03:02:47 (A. Svientitsky) Kozak – Air russe
    03:05:09 (Mikhail Vysotsky) Fantasia
    03:07:31 (Mikhail Vysotsky) Not a Peacock
    03:12:42 (Mikhail Vysotsky) Troïka
    03:16:43 (Mikhail Vysotsky) I Loved Rose
    03:20:38 (Mikhail Vysotsky) Don’t Be Surprised
    03:23:00 (Mikhail Vysotsky) Fantasia on the Themes from Cramer’s Études
    03:26:24 (Mikhail Vysotsky) Remember, My Friend
    03:31:31 (Mikhail Vysotsky) Bach’s Fugue
    03:35:36 (Mikhail Vysotsky) Cossack
    03:41:03 (Mikhail Vysotsky) Rondo
    03:44:18 (Mikhail Vysotsky) Go Home, Dear Cow
    03:51:15 (Mikhail Vysotsky) Ukrainian Song
    03:53:18 (Mikhail Vysotsky) Ogiński’s Polonaise
    03:57:31 (Mikhail Vysotsky) Ah, Mother, I Have a Headache
    04:01:53 (Mikhail Vysotsky) Vanyusha
    04:04:15 (Andrey Sychra) Polonaise
    04:12:07 (Mikhail Ivanovich Glinka) Polonaise
    04:16:11 (Mikhail Ivanovich Glinka) Kamarinskaia
    04:23:21 (Mikhail Ivanovich Glinka) Potpourri from Life for the Tsar
    04:33:50 (Michał Kleofas Ogiński) Polonaise in A Major
    04:37:09 (Michał Kleofas Ogiński) Polonaise in F Minor
    04:43:18 (Andrey Sychra) Variations on Two Songs
    04:59:15 (Pierre Rode) Polonaise
    05:05:03 (Nikolai Alexandrov) My Heart
    05:07:12 (Nikolai Alexandrov) Graziella
    05:09:32 (Nikolai Alexandrov) It is Hard for Me
    05:11:19 (Nikolai Alexandrov) Gallop
    05:14:25 (Nikolai Alexandrov) Scherzo
    05:18:40 (Nikolai Alexandrov) L’Illusion perdue
    05:20:08 (Nikolai Alexandrov) An Orphan’s Song
    05:21:33 (Nikolai Alexandrov) Ballad
    05:23:31 (Nikolai Alexandrov) Prayer
    05:26:01 (Nikolai Alexandrov) Melody
    05:27:53 (Fiodor Zimmerman) Capriccio in B Minor
    05:30:28 (Fiodor Zimmerman) Capriccio in G Major
    05:33:01 (Fiodor Zimmerman) Tyrolian Waltz
    05:34:18 (Fiodor Zimmerman) Waltz
    05:35:30 (Fiodor Zimmerman) Two Marches: No. 1
    05:37:07 (Fiodor Zimmerman) Two Marches: No. 2

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  • Libertango - Mark & Maggie OConnor


    Mark and Maggie O'Connor - from the cd Duo

    Libertango composed by Astor Piazzolla, arr. by Mark O'Connor

    Mark O'Connor - Violin
    Maggie O'Connor - Violin

    Video Directed by Forrest O'Connor
    Assisted by Jim Shirey


    The tango music genre was developed in the 1890s near the border of Argentina and Uruguay in South America. This particular tango, Libertango, was composed by the legendary American composer, bandleader, and bandoneon player Astor Piazzolla. The version arranged for two violins, draws upon traditional tango ensemble instrumentation but is quite uncharacteristic of tango violin performance. Bandoneon chords are adapted to the violin as moving double-stops, which function as counterpoint or accompaniment to the main melody. Sometimes, these double-stop chords are played by both violins an octave apart, creating a powerful wave of rhythm and harmony. At other times, the 2nd violin mimics the guitar by employing four-note strummed chords. Overall, this violin duet version of Libertango is designed to emulate the sound of Piazzolla’s Octeto. -Mark O'Connor

    Music from the cd Duo and sheet music available in - O'Connor Method Book V and Seven Violin Duos) A New American School of String Playing

    Album notes writer Professor Péter Kováts, a Bartok-Pasztory Award winner violinist from Hungary, compared Mark O’Connor’s duo compositions/arrangements to those of classical composer great Bela Bartok; “The roots of Mark O’Connor's compositions are in the traditional American fiddling styles, and I am sure his unique and excellent settings will serve the same goal that Bela Bartók’s Duos serve. Being a concert violinist and university violin pedagogue, I welcome the birth of these fantastic O’Connor Duos and wish great success for them!”

    The O'Connor Method for violin, viola, cello and orchestra. Music from United States, Mexico, Latin American and Canada. American Classical Music, Hoedowns, Blues, Spirituals, Ragtime, Jazz, Bach, Baroque, Hymns, Bluegrass, Folk Songs, Rock, Ranchero, Jigs, Choros, modern compositions and much more. Technique, Solo, Ensemble, String Orchestra, Classics, Creativity, Improvisation, Cultural Diversity, Music of different eras, Individual expression. 500 hundred years of music for the violin and strings that creates relevance to the 21st century.

    The O'Connor Method - Students of all ages, Teachers, Studios, Community Schools, Public Schools, Private Schools and Summer Camps -

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  • Vals Argentinian - El Pampero Vals by Jose De Caro


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    The Argentinian Waltz is insipired by Spanish dance such as the tango and the milonga. It is still a romantic piece, flanked by the two main waltzes and a trio. There are various variations of it, ranging from the French and American Waltzes to regional variations such as the Creole and the Bostonian. Most of them had lyrics written to them, so they have a song-like quality to them.

    Jose De Caro was an Argentine composer and violinist born 13 November 1910 - 19 November 1979. El Pampero, or You Will Return is an aviation related piece.

  • Dumka-Tchaikovsky; performance by Luis Lugo piano /Patagonia 2015


    Luis Lugo piano-Live performance from 4/5 Septiembre given in General Roca, Argentina
    Dumka, op.59, Octubre de Tchaikovsky, Sonata op. 36, Estudios op. 33/39,Concierto op.18 (Trilogia vida&Experience) Rachmaninoff, Sonata op. 10 no 3 Beethoven, Andante con var. en F moll Haydn, Polonesas 1 no 3, Nocturnos, Estudios op 10 /25 Chopin, Variaciones sobre la Malagueña y Ahí viene el chino var de Lecuona /Lugo, Alfonsina (versión Luis Lugo), Beatles -Cuba piano.
    “…Lugo has worked all his life to become Cuba's most important classical piano soloist…”
    Piano entre dos aguas- Diario La Nación (Argentina)

    .....Lugo's spectacular technique allows to achieve amazing interpretation of very difficult piano music.
    Angel Vázquez Millares Crítico, Cuba.

    ...Lugo is part of what can be called like a lineage of Cuba pianists, started in the past century by Ignacio cervantes and which --to present-- has names as important as Ernesto Lecuona, Chucho Valdés, Jorge Luis Prat, Frank Fernandez and Gonzalo Rubalcaba among others that have brought universal fame to the country
    Urbino Amalla, Dir. Programas de Radio. Instituto Cubano de Radio y Televisión.

    .....In the case of Luis Lugo, for those of us who keep memories of romantic piano players, impressionism and the best of jazz, we can find in Lugo a sensitive and intelligent use of all this legacy, set to work for an artistic goal. This achievement distinguishes him and pleases us.
    (Ojo con este hombre), César Portillo de la Luz, Autor de “Contigo en la distancia”.
    ...One of a kind musician mixing classical and popular styles
    Here at the Puerta del Bosque auditorium, picked up a concert hall breeze. Lugo showed flawless technique and a certain taste for a style that took the center off Caribbean music's rythm. A series of compositions in which he showed his mastery over such pieces that reflected the exquisite scholarship that some of Cuban music has.
    III Jazz Festival-Emphasizing style variety -Pradine -Diario la Nación

    … posee oídos de oro, alma de manantial y dedos de acero, digna de cualquier antología sobre el melodismo del romanticismo europeo... El Lágrimas negras de Miguel Matamoros que Lugo dedicó como bis en medio de una ovación en la sala del Conservatorio, quebró esta vez el protocolo y en su desenlace estimuló la participación. Artistas e invitados coincidieron al final en el calificativo de inolvidable.
    Inolvidable Prensa Latina. MOSCÚ 2009
    ….......“con un sonido muy profundo, el artista enriquece a la escuela rusa con el cálido temperamento de su tierra natal,Es el inconfundible sello de la tradición pianística cubana con el sello de la escuela rusa de piano ”
    Elena Dolenco (Doctora en ciencias mus.)Moscú 2009

    “…es un excelente músico con una fina sensibilidad y una individualidad que arrastra, su sonoridad en el piano es perfecta, capaz de realizar grandes cosas como pianista debido a su naturaleza artística interesante...”
    Jean Micoult.profesor de la Hechulle de Sarbrusken y jurado del concurso internacional de piano Vioty de Italia.

    ...With his appealing interpretative quality, he expresses temper together with an understanding of the styles of the pieces he performs”
    Mtislav Smirnov Vice-rector of the Tchaikovsky Conservatory of Moscow.

    ...Lugo was able to show his fine technique playing Liszt, ending in this way the night of excellent music..., passage of Luis Lugo and a spectacular night,
    La Opinión Newspaper of San Luis, Argentina.

    ...Lugo. His brightness and emotionality predict the virtuosity of the unrestrainable romanticism of the XIX Century.
    Leo Brouwer, composer and Director of the Phylharmonic of Cuba and Director of the Symphonic of Córdoba, Spain.

    ...He has a certain possibility to interpret concerts, due to his relevant technique and his emotive sensibility...
    Dr. Robbone, President of the International Piano Contest in Viotty –Italy.

    Having been at Mr. Lugo’s concert at the Colon Theatre in Buenos Aires, I was able to appreciate his technical possibilities and the beauty of his tone pallette, that amazingly ranges from pp to ff, and makes us consider as positive the fact that his native country has contributed to his international carreer, in order to let him develop all the potential this artist has”.
    Elsa Puppolo (Argentinian pianist)
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  • The Best of Andrés Segovia /// Guitar Masterpieces for Classical Music Lovers HQ


    Enjoy The Best of Andrés Segovia /// Guitar Masterpieces for Classical Music Lovers in High Quality Sound.
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    0:01 Castelnuovo-Tedesco Capriccio Diabolico
    9:11 Sor Minuet in C
    12:21 Sor Andantino Op241
    15:30 Sor Minuet in D
    17:34 J S Bach Prelude No 3 in C minor BWV999
    18:48 J S Bach Gavotte (from Sonata No 6 in E major for unaccompanied violin BWV 1006)
    21:41 J S Bach Chaconne (from Sonata No 4 in D minor for unaccompanied Violin BWV1004)
    35:39 J S Bach Loure (from Suite No 3 in C major for unaccompanied cello BWV 1009)
    39:18 Torroba Nocturno
    42:46 Ponce Six Preludes Op Posth
    49:50 Villa-Lobos Prelude in E minor
    54:56 Rodrigo Sarabanda lejana
    59:55 Torroba Madronos
    1:02:42 Villa-Lobos Prelude No 4 in E minor
    1:06:55 Milan Pavana
    1:08:21 Sor Minuet in D Op115

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  • Funniest Classical Orchestra Ever... - Rainer Hersch


    Rainer Hersch conducts the Philharmonia Orchestra at the Royal Festival Hall, London. CHECK out Rainer Hersch: BUY the concert DVD: BUY the solo show CD: JOIN his mailing list:
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    Introducing the comedy of Rainer Hersch! Rainer conducts the Philharmonia Orchestra at the Royal Festival Hall, London. Music includes Rossini William Tell Overture (excerpt), Leroy Anderson 'The Typewriter' (excerpt); Pizzicato Polka conducting by juggling; Symphony for Audience, British Airways commercial rewritten; Who sits where diagrams; Blue Danube (excerpt); Radetzky March (excerpt). All arrangements by Rainer Hersch.

    British stand-up comedian Rainer Hersch has performed on every comedy stage in the UK and in more than thirty countries across the world. He has appeared thirteen times at Edinburgh Festival, headlined the famous Comedy Store and presented countless shows for BBC TV and Radio. A trained pianist and conductor, he also combines his comedy with music, leading orchestras from Australia to St Petersburg - including many Pops Concert series in the US and Canada. He has collaborated with some of the great names in classical music including Alfred Brendel, Nicola Benedetti, Dame Evelyn Glennie, and Marc-André Hamelin.

    Join his fan channel to check out his other clips. Rainer is available either solo or with orchestra and for performances in English, German, Spanish and French. For all enquiries:

    Die lustigste Orchester der Welt. Die Komödie von Rainer Hersch. Rainer schreibt und performed seine eigenen Shows und dies weltweit von Kanada zur Karibik, über Australien und Süd Afrika. Sein Repertoire reicht von solo stand-up zu seiner eigenen berüchtigten 8-Mann Band oder einem voll ausgewachsenen Symphonie Orchester (das er sich zeitweise ausleiht). Er schreibt eine nicht so ernsthafte Kolumne für das BBC Music Magazin, war in zahlreichen BBC TV Serien and hat mehrere Radio Sendungen geschrieben und produziert. Weitere Information und Kontakt: und

    Le plus drôle orchestre du monde. La comédie de Rainer Hersch.
    La orquesta más gracioso del mundo. La comedia de Rainer Hersch.

  • Por una Cabeza - Carlos Gardel


    Por una cabeza, is one of the most famous
    and popular tango songs by Carlos Gardel (composer)
    and Alfredo Le Pera (lyricist), written in 1935.

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  • Gottschalk - Tremolo - List, Lewis


    Tremolo (Grand Etude de Concert) is one of Gottschalk's bravura dazzlers.
    Pianists: Eugene List and Cary Lewis.

    Pianist Eugene List (1918-1985) performed internationally during the mid-to-late 1900s. He championed the works of the American pianist and composer--New Orleans born--Louis Moreau Gottschalk (1829-1869).

  • TANGO 💃 Music Mix


    Tango Selebre Traditional Music// Songs Choice & Mix By Myself//
    Tango, a distinctive dance and the corresponding musical style of tango music, began in the working-class port neighborhoods of Buenos Aires (Argentina); and years later in Montevideo, Uruguay; the area of the Rio de la Plata. There are numbers of theories about the origin of the word tango. One of the more popular in recent years has been that it came from the Niger–Congo languages of Africa.Another theory is that the word tango, already in common use in Andalusia to describe a style of music, lent its name to a completely different style of music in Argentina and Uruguay. The story begins with the Argentinean tango Gauchos who went into full nightclubs and prayed local girls to dance. Since there is not a shower, girls are circling around them tossing her head back. As gauchos rode steadily, with knees in a bent position, the position of the legs are transferred to the dance. In the Argentine tango to show the contrast of male and female, firm-soft, rough-sentimental, but most often it is accompanied by the music of violin, guitar, double bass, piano and bandoneon. Because of its erotic karakterizma was banned for years. Tango began to conquer Europe in 1907, and the first it has taken Paris. In America, it was popularized by Rudolph Valentino. The English are 1920s of the 20th century Argentine tango into a standard dance, whose characteristics are convulsions (especially head), passionate progressive movements, sudden delays and strict separation of the figure, no lifting and lowering. European tango requires strictly matching the beat. Phrasing is very important. Performed in Two-four cycle, with an emphasis on the first and third wave.(Wikipedia)
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    4:30 - 6:23

  • Adagios: Best Relaxing Classical Music


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    In today’s hectic world, it is increasingly important to relax and take time out for yourself. This special collection of beautiful and serene adagios will help you do just that. The set features over two hours of soothing music, including many slow movements that are at the emotional core of timeless and best‐loved masterpieces.
    You’ll be captivated by the variety of wonderful and instantly recognizable melodies heard here: the wistful spiritual from Dvořák’s ‘New World’ Symphony, the exquisite interweaving lines of Bach’s ‘Air on a G String’, and some of Mozart’s most impressive showcases for how to really make an instrument sing in the Clarinet Concerto and ‘Elvira Madigan’ Piano Concerto. And evocative and atmospheric adagios – such as Grieg’s ‘Morning’ and the slow movement from Beethoven’s ‘Pastoral’ Symphony with its distinctive birdsong calls in the flute, oboe and clarinet – will transport you to another world, far away from the stresses and strains of everyday life. Other highlights include some of the most enchanting slow movements in the piano repertoire – such as the poignant Adagio cantabile from Beethoven’s ‘Pathétique’ Sonata and stunning concerto movements by Chopin, Ravel and Rachmaninoff – Fauré’s intense Élégie for cello, and Mahler’s tender and heartbreakingly romantic Adagietto. The emotional power of these adagios is brought to the fore by first‐rate orchestras such as the Staatskapelle Dresden, Philharmonia and Royal Philharmonic, under the baton of eminent conductors such as Theodore Kuchar, Herbert Blomstedt and Rudolf Barshai.
    A moment to relax, to withdraw from an increasingly hectic life, overfed with stimuli from work, society obligations and social networks: this music will calm down your jittery nerves, and will take you on slow waves of soothing melodies to a world of pure sound and tranquillity. A generous selection of the most famous slow movements: Air (Bach), Adagio (Marcello), Adagio (Rachmaninoff 2nd piano concerto), Scene at the Brook (Beethoven’s Pastorale), The Adagietto from the movie ‘Death in Venice’ (Mahler) and many more.

    Excellent performances by Staatskapelle Dresden, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Philharmonia Orchestra and soloists Klára Würtz and Misha Goldstein.

    00:00:00 J.S. Bach - Orchestral Suite No. 3 in D Major, BWV 1068: II. Air
    00:04:17 Brahms - Symphony No. 3 in F Major, Op. 90: III. Poco allegretto
    00:10:17 Beethoven - Piano Sonata No. 8 in C minor “Pathétique”: II Agagio cantabile
    00:15:04 Marcello - Oboe Concerto in D Minor: II. Adagio
    00:18:56 Ravel - Piano Concerto in G Major: II. Adagio Assai
    00:28:15 Beethoven - Symphony No. 6 in F Major, Op. 68 “Pastoral”: II Andante molto mosso (Szene am Bach)
    00:40:56 Beethoven - Piano Concerto No. 3 in C Minor, Op. 37: II. Largo
    00:53:40 Brahms - Violin Concerto in D Major, Op. 77: II. Adagio
    01:03:23 Beethoven - Piano Sonata No. 12 in C-Sharp Minor “Moonlight”: I. Adagio sostenuto
    01:09:06 Grieg - Peer Gynt Suite No. 1, Op. 46: I. Morning Mood
    01:13:18 Chopin - Piano Concerto No. 1 in E minor Op.11: II. Romance. Larghetto
    01:24:05 Fauré - Élégie, Op. 24
    01:30:34 Mahler - Symphony No. 5: IV. Adagietto. sehr langsam
    01:38:51 Mozart - Piano Concerto No. 21 in C Major, K. 467: II. Andante Elvira Madigan
    01:44:54 Rachmaninoff - Piano Concerto No. 2 in C Minor, Op. 18: II. Adagio sostenuto
    01:56:01 Mozart- Concerto for Clarinet and Orchestra in A Major, K. 622: II. Adagio
    02:03:21 Schubert - Symphony No. 5 in B-Flat Major, D. 485: II. Andante con moto
    02:14:10 Mozart - Piano Concerto No. 23 in A Major K. 488: II. Andante
    02:20:30 Tchaikovsky - Serenade for Strings, Op. 48: III. Élégie. Larghetto elegiac

  • 🎼 Rossini Barber of Seville Opera - Best opera songs of all time by Rossini


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    Gioachino Antonio Rossini The Barber of Seville

    1. The Barber of Seville - Act 1 - 1st Part 00:00
    2. The Barber of Seville - Act 1 - 2nd Part 23:18
    3. The Barber of Seville - Act 1 - 3rd Part 44:11
    4. The Barber of Seville - Act 1 - Fin 1:04:51
    5. The Barber of Seville - Act 2 - 1st Part 1:24:47
    6. The Barber of Seville - Act 2 - Fin 1:47:05

    The Barber of Seville, or The Futile Precaution (Italian: Il barbiere di Siviglia, ossia L'inutile precauzione) is an opera buffa in two acts by Gioachino Rossini with an Italian libretto by Cesare Sterbini. The libretto was based on Pierre Beaumarchais's French comedy Le Barbier de Séville (1775). The première of Rossini's opera (under the title Almaviva, o sia L'inutile precauzione) took place on 20 February 1816 at the Teatro Argentina, Rome.

    Gioacchino Rossini (1792 - 1868) was an Italian composer who wrote 39 operas as well as sacred music, chamber music, songs, and some instrumental and piano pieces. His best-known operas include the Italian comedies Il barbiere di Siviglia (The Barber of Seville) and La Cenerentola and the French-language epics Moïse et Pharaon and Guillaume Tell (William Tell). A tendency for inspired, song-like melodies is evident throughout his scores, which led to the nickname The Italian Mozart. Until his retirement in 1829, Rossini had been the most popular opera composer in history.

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  • J.S. Bach: Suites for Guitar


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    Composer: Johann Sebastian Bach
    Artist: Luigi Attademo (guitar)

    J.S. Bach composed no original works for guitar, and although several compositions for lute have been attributed to him, his interest in this expressive instrument appears to have been rather limited, possibly because his mastery and knowledge of it was less extensive than of other instruments, such as the violin and keyboard.

    However, the 20th century still witnessed an increasing interest in the possibility of performing Bach’s music on the guitar. It was in the late 1920s that Andrés Segovia recorded the Courante of the 3rd Cello Suite, and he followed this with the Chaconne from the Partita No.2 for solo violin, later recording the entire work. Julian Bream and Narciso Yepes also made recordings on the guitar of Bach’s music, but it was John Williams who eventually recorded the complete works for lute.

    These discs focus particularly on Bach’s Suites for lute – including BWV996, now attributed to his pupil J.L. Krebs. Also included is the complete Partita No.2 for solo violin.

    To ensure that questions of interpretation were considered thoroughly, these recordings were made following extensive study of 18th century performance practice, as well as secondary sources that discuss how Bach’s music was originally played.

    00:00:00 Suite, BWV 996 in E Minor: I. Preludio: Passaggio – Presto
    00:02:57 Suite, BWV 996 in E Minor: II. Allemande
    00:06:47 Suite, BWV 996 in E Minor: III. Courante
    00:09:19 Suite, BWV 996 in E Minor: IV. Sarabande
    00:13:31 Suite, BWV 996 in E Minor: V. Bourée
    00:14:42 Suite, BWV 996 in E Minor: VI. Giga
    00:17:32 Suite, BWV 1006 in E: I. Präludium
    00:21:40 Suite, BWV 1006 in E: II. Loure
    00:25:10 Suite, BWV 1006 in E: III. Gavotte en Rondeaux
    00:28:12 Suite, BWV 1006 in E: IV. Menuett I
    00:29:28 Suite, BWV 1006 in E: V. Menuett II
    00:31:38 Suite, BWV 1006 in E: VI. Bourée
    00:33:12 Suite, BWV 1006 in E: VII. Gigue
    00:35:07 Partita, BWV 1004 in D Minor: I. Allemanda
    00:42:10 Partita, BWV 1004 in D Minor: II. Corrente
    00:44:58 Partita, BWV 1004 in D Minor: III. Sarabanda
    00:49:14 Partita, BWV 1004 in D Minor: IV. Giga
    00:53:46 Partita, BWV 1004 in D Minor: V. Ciaccona
    01:08:07 Suite, BWV 995 in A Minor: I. Prelude
    01:13:26 Suite, BWV 995 in A Minor: II. Allemande
    01:20:10 Suite, BWV 995 in A Minor: III. Courante
    01:22:43 Suite, BWV 995 in A Minor: IV. Sarabande
    01:26:46 Suite, BWV 995 in A Minor: V. Gavotte I
    01:28:54 Suite, BWV 995 in A Minor: VI. Gavotte II en Rondeaux
    01:31:14 Suite, BWV 995 in A Minor: VII. Gigue
    01:33:22 Suite, BWV 997 in A Minor: I. Prelude
    01:36:46 Suite, BWV 997 in A Minor: II. Fuga
    01:44:51 Suite, BWV 997 in A Minor: III. Sarabande
    01:50:04 Suite, BWV 997 in A Minor: IV. Giga
    01:52:57 Suite, BWV 997 in A Minor: V. Double
    01:55:48 Suite, BWV 998 in D: I. Prelude
    01:58:34 Suite, BWV 998 in D: II. Fuga
    02:03:50 Suite, BWV 998 in D: III. Allegro
    02:07:23 Prelude for lute, BWV 999 in D Minor
    02:09:05 Fugue, BWV 1000 in A Minor

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  • Tango Music Lounge: Argentine Tango Music from Buenos Aires, Sexy Milonga


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    Tango Songs and Tango Chill Out Sensual Nightlife Music, Tango Jazz Music and Instrumental Accordeon Songs to Relax and Spend a Wonderful Dance Night, Classy Cocktail Music inspired by Gotan Project and Astor Piazzola

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    1: Tango in the Night (track 9 of the album),
    2: Las Cañitas (4),
    3: Tango Lounge (16),
    4: Pasión Gitana (17),
    5: Río de la Plata (19),
    6: Pasión (5),
    7: Chilled Music (6),
    8: Nightlife (8)

  • Top 50 Best Classical Cello Music


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  • Time To Say Goodbye - Katherine Jenkins


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    A collection of favourite Katherine Jenkins songs coming this autumn, coupled with a special bonus DVD

    Music video to Time To Say Goodbye by Katherine Jenkins, one of the special feautures on the bonus DVD, along with all of Katherines music videos.

  • Eugène Ketterer: L Argentine - Fantaisie-Mazurka


    Eugène Ketterer (1831-1870)

    L' Argentine (Silberfischchen or The Little Silver Fish) - Fantaisie-Mazurka, Op. 21

  • Tango Por una cabeza/Scent of a woman - Bogdan Costache Alexandru


    This is my new video of Tango Por una cabeza by Carlos Gardel, I hope you`ll enjoy it!

    On this date (11dec2015) we celebrate composer Carlos Gardel exactly 125 years since the day of his birth.
    ( Carlos Gardel - French Argentine singer, songwriter, composer and actor, and the most prominent figure in the history of tango )

    Bogdan Costache Alexandru - Violin
    Nicoleta Sasu & Matei Rada - Ballet dancers
    Ionel Sorin Parlea - Accompaniment
    Adrian Bontea - Camera & Editing

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  • The Mission / How Great Thou Art - The Piano Guys


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    We've set an ambitious goal to film in front of all Seven Wonders of the World. We started with the Great Wall of China (
    As our tour of Brazil approached we set our sights on our next Wonder: Christ the Redeemer. This incredible piece of art soars 10 stories in the air, stretches 100 feet wide and weighs 1.4 million pounds (630,000 kg). But even more impressive is that it was built in the 1920's on a peak of a sheer 2,300 ft. (700 meters) cliff overlooking Rio de Janeiro.

    Not far from this inspiring statue are the Iguazu Falls on the border of Argentina and Brazil -- a natural Wonder of the World. Made up of 275 waterfalls that stretch across 1.7 miles (2.7 km), to match the amount of water that flows down these falls you would need 2 million people to each pour a quart of water every second.

    As we //consIdered\\ what piece of music would be worthy of such incomparable locations we looked to songs that have been composed or used to praise Jesus Christ, for whom the statue was built and who billions believe created all the natural wonders of this world. We wanted to combine the melody of the heartfelt hymn of praise How Great Thou Art with one of the most beautiful melodies ever written -- the theme from the movie The Mission (Gabriel's Oboe.) The Mission is a movie that powerfully depicts the lives of men that lay down their lives for others. It was also filmed at Iguazu Falls. How Great Thou Art praises God and all that He has done for His children on this Earth. The two harmonize so beautifully with each other, both musically and thematically. As we played these pieces in front of the Christ Statue and Iguazu Falls we felt an overwhelming sense of wonder, peace, and joy.

    This music video is not meant to exclude anyone that does not believe in God. We hope that it instead promotes spiritual feelings that can be felt by all -- gratitude for a beautiful Earth, for life, and for joy.

    A wise man once said, If we thought of life as a gift, we might not demand nearly as much from it. And if we lived more graciously, giving of ourselves more freely to the well-being of others, many of our personal concerns would disappear, and life would become easier for all.

    We respect all beliefs and opinions, but we hope that in the comments everyone can set aside religious differences and instead focus on building each other up -- through gratitude, inspiration, kindness and mutual respect.

    Thank you so much for watching! We are grateful for you!

    The Mission, also known as Gabriel's Oboe, (from the soundtrack of the movie The Mission) written by Ennio Morricone
    How Great Thou Art is a Christian Hymn based on a Swedish folk song
    Arrangement produced by Jon Schmidt
    Arrangement written by Al van der Beek, Jon Schmidt & Steven Sharp Nelson
    Mixed & mastered by Al van der Beek at TPG Studios in Utah
    Performed by
    Jon Schmidt: Piano
    Steven Sharp Nelson: Cellos
    Video produced by Paul Anderson
    Video filmed and edited by Shaye Scott & Paul Anderson

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    Story of My Life (One Direction -- Piano/Cello Cover) - ThePianoGuys -
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  • Top 50 Best Classical Violin Music


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    Mela Tenenbaum (violin)
    Gil Sharon (violin)
    Matthieu Arama (violin)
    Aurélien Pontier (piano)
    Richard Kapp (piano)
    Anton Nel (piano)
    Idith Zvi (piano)

    00:00:00 Mazurka in A Minor, Op. 67 No. 4 (Chopin)
    00:03:01 Song Without Words, Op. 2 No. 3 (Tchaikovsky)
    00:06:20 Divertimento, K. 334: Menuet (Mozart)
    00:10:29 Hungarian Dance No. 6, WoO 1 (Brahms)
    00:13:42 Hungarian Dance No. 1, WoO 1 (Brahms)
    00:16:40 Romance in A Major, Op. 94 No. 2 (Schumann)
    00:22:02 Morceaux, Op. 10: No. 2, Humoresque in G Major. Menuet (Bocherini)
    00:25:34 Les millions D'Arlequin: Serenade (Drigo)
    00:30:10 Sonata in A Major (Paganini)
    00:35:04 Träumerei, Op. 21 (Drdla)
    00:37:45 Das Lied der Geige, Op. 2 (Schebek)
    00:40:56 Immer oder nimmer Walzer, Op. 156 (Waldteufel)
    00:50:22 Schön Rosmarin (Kreisler)
    00:52:10 Espana, Op. 165 No. 2: Tango (Albeniz)
    00:54:45 Russian Romance (Chernyetsky)
    00:57:36 Guitarre, Op. 45 No. 2 (Moszkowski)
    01:01:14 Menuet (Attr. Porpora) (Porpora / Kreisler)
    01:05:20 Allegretto grazioso (Porpora / Bonelli)
    01:07:25 Le triomphe de la République: Tambourin (Arr. Burmester) (Gossec (Francois))
    01:08:42 Salut d'amour, Op. 12 (Elgar)
    01:11:16 3 Pieces, Op. 11: Mazurka in F-Sharp Minor (Chopin)
    01:14:07 Poème for Violin and Piano, Op. 41 No. 4 (Arr. Weniger) (Fibich (Zdenek))
    01:16:01 5 Gedichte, WWV 91: V. Träume (Wagner)
    01:19:38 Valse scherzo (Tchaikovsky)
    01:21:30 Song Without Words, Op. 60: I. Andante espressivo “May Breezes” (Arr. Kreisler) (Mendelssohn)
    01:24:12 Myrthen, Op. 25: I. Dedication (Schumann)
    01:26:38 Romance (Rubinstein)
    01:29:18 Cantabile in D Major, Op. 17 (Paganini)
    01:32:19 Hungarian Dance No. 7 in F Major, WoO 1 (Allegretto) (Brahms)
    01:34:45 Romance, Op. 3 (Gliere)
    01:38:50 Kujawiak in A Minor (Wieniawski (Henryk))
    01:41:48 3 Old Viennese Dances: II. Liebesleid (Kreisler)
    01:44:48 Le roi s'amuse: VII. Passepied (Arr. Elman) (Delibes / Elman (Mischa))
    01:46:46 Waltz No. 1 in A Major, Op.54 (Moderato) (Dvorák)
    01:50:22 5 Spanish Dances, Op. 12: I. Allegro brioso (Moszkowski)
    01:52:01 16 Morceaux de Salon, Op. 49: VII. La Sevillana (Alard (Delphin))
    01:54:33 Bandana Sketches, Op. 12 Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen (White)
    01:57:57 Le Secret (Gautier (Jacques))
    02:00:40 14 Romances, Op. 34: No. 14, Vocalise (Rachmaninoff)
    02:06:31 Préludes, L. 117, Premier Livre: VIII. La fille aux cheveux de lin (Debussy)
    02:09:17 Orfeo ed Euridice, Wq. 30, Act 2: Melodie No. 2 (Arr. Heifetz) (Von Gluck, arr. Jascha Heifetz)
    02:12:27 2 Pieces for Cello and Orchestra, Op.20: II. Serenade Espagnole (Arr. Kreisler) (Glazunov, arr. Kreisler)
    02:15:50 3 Romantic Pieces, Op. 75: I. Allegro moderato (Dvorák)
    02:19:25 3 Romantic Pieces, Op. 75: II. Allegro maestoso (Dvorák)
    02:22:22 3 Romantic Pieces, Op. 75: III. Allegro appassionato (Dvorák)
    02:25:13 Thaïs, Act 2: Méditation (Massenet)
    02:29:49 Zigeunerweisen, Op. 20 (Sarasate (Pablo de))
    02:39:46 Romance (Wieniawski (Henryk))
    02:44:46 Hora staccato (Dinicu (Grigoras))
    02:46:10 Pacsirta (Dinicu (Grigoras))

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  • Plante - Le Mat Classical Music Video


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    Mécénat Musica 53.1 Tango Boréal - Plante: Le Mat.
    bandoneón: Denis Plante, guitare: David Jacques, contrebasse: Ian Simpson.

    Site: Quartier Petit Champlain, Québec, 9 juin 2015.
    Cinéaste/Filmmaker: Marie C. Dietlin, vidéo drone: Waël Chanab.
    Audio: ATMA Classique Album: Pampa Blues

    Denis Plante (*1962).

    Tango Boréal met en vedette trois musiciens virtuoses et passionnés de tango: l'un des plus grands artistes du bandonéon au monde et compositeur de tango nuevo Denis Plante, le raffiné guitariste David Jacques et le captivant contrebassiste Ian Simpson. Gagnant d'un Prix Opus pour le Meilleur album de musique du monde, le tango mélancolique de Tango Boréal garde bien vivant le rythme fondamental du tango!

    ~Tango Boréal features three virtuoso musicians passionate about tango: one of the world's greatest bandoneon players and tango nuevo composer, Denis Plante, exquisite guitarist David Jacques, and engaging double bassist Ian Simpson. Opus awarded for “Best World Music Album”, Tango Boréal‘s bluesy-tango keeps the essential pulse of the tango alive!



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