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  • Top 10 Classical Music Composers

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  • Strauss II - Greatest Waltzes Collection

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    STRAUSS II
    Greatest Waltzes Collection

    01 Schatz-Walzer (Treasure Waltz) Op. 418 00:00
    02 Rosen aus dem Süden (Roses from the South) Op. 388 08:25
    03 Frühlingsstimmen (Voices of Spring), Op. 410 18:07
    04 Wein, Weib und Gesang (Wine, Women and Song) Op. 333 25:40
    05 An der Schonen Blauen Donau (On the Beautiful Blue Danube) Op. 314 31:18
    06 Kaiser Walzer (Emperor Waltz), Op. 437 42:42
    07 Wiener Bonbons (Vienna Sweets) Waltz Op. 307 54:36
    08 Wo die Citronen Blüh'n! (Where the Lemon Trees Bloom), Op. 364 1:04:02
    09 Seid umschlungen, Millionen! (Be Embraced, You Millions!) Waltz Op. 443 1:13:48
    10 Accellerationen (Accelerations) Waltz, Op. 234 1:23:49
    11 Künstlerleben (Artist’s Life) Op. 316 1:32:44
    12 Morgenblätter (Morning Journals), Op. 279 1:43:10
    13 Wiener Blut (Viennese Blood) Op. 354 1:54:20
    14 Geschichten aus dem Wienerwald (Tales from the Vienna Woods) Op. 325 2:03:36
    15 Liebeslieder (Love Songs) Op. 114 2:16:24

    1, 4, 8-13: performed by Stettino Philharmonic Orchestra, Stefan Marzcik
    2, 3, 6 & 14: performed by Vilnius Orchestra cond. by Silvano Frontalini
    5 performed by Donetsk Philharmonic Orchestra cond. by Silvano Frontalini
    15 performed by Donetsk Philharmonic Orchestra cond. by Silvano Frontalini

    Johann Strauss II (October 25, 1825 – June 3, 1899), was an Austrian composer of light music, particularly dance music and operettas. He composed over 500 waltzes, polkas, quadrilles, and other types of dance music, as well as several operettas and a ballet. In his lifetime, he was known as The Waltz King, and was largely then responsible for the popularity of the waltz in Vienna during the 19th century. Strauss was admired by other prominent composers: Richard Wagner once admitted that he liked the waltz Wein, Weib und Gesang Op. 333. Johannes Brahms was a personal friend of Strauss; the latter dedicated his waltz Be Embraced, You Millions!, Op. 443, to him.

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  • Franz Joseph Haydn, Andantino, Selección de Clásicos N°21

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    René Sanhueza Gaete, Piano
    + Haydn, Franz Joseph (1732 -- 1809):


    + Selección de Clásicos:


    Selección de Clásicos, Editada y digitada por Elena Waiss


    Franz Joseph Haydn (31 March[1] 1732 -- 31 May 1809), known as Joseph Haydn (German pronunciation: [ˈjoːzɛf ˈhaɪdən]; English: /ˈdʒoʊzəf ˈhaɪdən/), was an Austrian[2] composer, one of the most prolific and prominent composers of the Classical period. He is often called the Father of the Symphony and Father of the String Quartet because of his important contributions to these forms. He was also instrumental in the development of the piano trio and in the evolution of sonata form.


    Franz Joseph Haydn (pronunciado [ˈjoːzɛf ˈhaɪdn̩])1 (Rohrau, cerca de Viena, Austria, 31 de marzo de 1732 -- Viena, 31 de mayo de 1809) fue un compositor austriaco. Es uno de los máximos representantes del periodo clasicista, además de ser conocido como el «Padre de la sinfonía» y el «Padre del cuarteto de cuerda» gracias a sus importantes contribuciones a ambos géneros. También contribuyó en el desarrollo instrumental del trío para piano y en la evolución de la forma sonata.


    (10/09/2011)

  • Strauss II - Waltzes, Polkas & Operettas | Classical Music Collection

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    STRAUSS II
    WALTZES, POLKAS & OPERETTAS

    01. Voices of Spring (Frühlingsstimmen), Waltz Op. 410 00:00
    02. Roses from the South (Rosen aus dem Süden), Waltz Op. 388 07:31
    03. On the Beautiful Blue Danube (An der schönen blauen Donau), Waltz Op. 314 17:11
    04. Acceleration (Accelerationen) Waltz Op. 234 28:35
    05. Treasure Waltz (Schatz-Walzer), Op. 418 37:29
    06. Where the Lemon Trees Bloom (Wo die Citronen blüh'n), Waltz Op. 346 45:53
    07. Be Embraced, You Millions! (Seid umschlungen, Millionen!) Waltz Op. 443 55:36
    08. Viennese Sweets (Wiener Bonbons), Waltz Op. 307 01:05:32
    09. Artist's Life (Künstlerleben) Waltz Op. 316 01:14:56
    10. Tales from the Vienna Woods (G'schichten aus dem Wienerwald) Waltz Op. 325 01:25:18
    11. Wine, Women and Song (Wein, Weib und Gesang) Waltz Op. 333 01:38:04
    12. Morning Journals (Morgenblätter), Op. 279 01:43:40
    13. Love Songs (Liebeslieder), Waltz Op. 114 01:54:48
    14. Viennese Blood (Wiener Blut) Waltz Op. 354 02:04:20
    15. Annen-Polka Op. 117 02:13.33
    16. Light Blood (Leichtes Blut) Polka Op. 319 02:16:36
    17. Tritsch-Tratsch Polka Op. 214 02:19:17
    18. Thunder & Lightning (Unter Donner und Blitz) Polka Op. 324 02:21:50
    19. Long live the Magyar (Éljen a Magyar! ), Polka Op. 332 02:24:53
    20. The Gypsy Baron: Ouverture 02:27:38
    21. The Gypsy Baron, Act III: March. Hurrah, die Schlacht 02:29:55
    22. The Gypsy Baron, Act III: Finale. Reich' ihm die Hand 02:32:44
    23. Persian March, Op. 289 02:33:47
    24. Perpetuum Mobile, Op. 257 02:36:04
    25. The Bat (Die Fledermaus): Ouverture 02:38:58

    Tracks 1-2, 10 & 25 performed by Vilnius Orchestra, Silvano Frontalini
    Tracks 3, 20 & 22 performed by Donetsk Orchestra, Silvano Frontalini
    Tracks 4-9, 11-19 & 23-24 performed by Stettino Philharmonic Orchestra, Stefan Marzcik
    Track 21 performed by Stettino Philharmonic Orchestra, Donetsk Chorus, Stefan Marzcik

    Johann Strauss II (October 25, 1825 – June 3, 1899), was an Austrian composer of light music, particularly dance music and operettas. He composed over 500 waltzes, polkas, quadrilles, and other types of dance music, as well as several operettas and a ballet. In his lifetime, he was known as The Waltz King, and was largely then responsible for the popularity of the waltz in Vienna during the 19th century. Strauss was admired by other prominent composers: Richard Wagner once admitted that he liked the waltz Wein, Weib und Gesang Op. 333. Johannes Brahms was a personal friend of Strauss; the latter dedicated his waltz Be Embraced, You Millions!, Op. 443, to him.

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  • Great Composers Part 2 - The Germans, Austrians, Swiss, etc..

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    I'm sorry for the spelling mistakes..

    I know some poeple might complain that I haven't included Handel or Richard Strauss or Johann Strauss and others. I will include the in Part 2 of the the Germans Swiss, Austrians etc.. video.
    I will also do the same with the Russians, and possibly with other videos of the series.

    You might have noticed That I have only put 1 Wagner Piece and 1 Bruckner piece. I only put 1 because of the duration of the pieces, not because its the only best music they have.

    There is much more to explore about these composers. All of them are great, and all of them have masterpieces. I invite you to look through Youtube and search accounts that have an abundance of Classical music videos. In my Channel you will find a list of such channels.

    Other complaints might be because of the Mahler pieces. I have to apologize, but I have only listened to a bit of Mahlers music, so I have only put the bits that I know, but he still has other treasures out there!!

    I hope you enjoy this video as much as I do!

    My next part of the series is:

    Great Composers: The Scandinavians

    I will include composers such as Grieg, Nielsen, Sibelius, Yngve Skold, Hugo Alfen etc..

    After that I will upload Great Composers: The French.

    After that, I will upoad Great Composers: The Spanish. In this part of the series, I will include something really spetial in the video. Im not going to reveal anything, because its a secret!

    I hope you enjoy it!

  • The Best of Strauss

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    THE BEST OF STRAUSS II

    01. Emperor Waltz (Kaiser-Walzer) Op. 437 00:00
    02. Strauss I - Radetzky March Op. 228 11:57
    03. Voices of Spring (Frühlingsstimmen) Waltz, Op. 410 14:54
    04. On the Beautiful Blue Danube (An der Schönen Blauen Donau) Waltz, Op. 314 21:49
    05. Chit-Chat (Tritsch-Tratsch) Polka, Op. 214 32:42
    06. Viennese Blood (Wiener Blut) Waltz, Op. 354 35:21
    07. Viennese Sweets (Wiener Bonbons) Waltz, Op. 307 44:10
    08. Tales from the Vienna Woods (G'schichten aus dem Wienerwald) Waltz, Op. 325 53:46
    09. Love Songs (Liebeslieder) Waltz, Op. 114 1:06:20
    10. Roses from the South (Rosen aus dem Süden) Waltz, Op. 388 1:15:10
    11. Be Embraced, You Millions! (Seid umschlungen, Millionen!) Waltz, Op. 443 1:24:26
    12. Acceleration (Accelerationen) Waltz, Op. 234 1:33:56
    13. Viennese Blood (Wiener Blut) Waltz, Op. 354 1:42:55
    14. Light Blood (Leichtes Blut) Polka, Op. 139 1:52:21
    15. Pizzicato Polka, Op. 234 1:55:06
    16. Polka Schnell, Op. 281 1:57:49

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    The very best of Mozart, Beethoven, Bach, Chopin, Tchaikovsky, Vivaldi, Schubert, Handel, Liszt, Haydn, Strauss, Verdi, Brahms, Wagner, Mahler, Rossini, Ravel, Grieg, Ravel, Dvorák…

    #classicalmusic #classical #waltz #strauss

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  • AVATAR SUITE LIVE IN CONCERT - ORIGINAL VERSION HD !!! Hollywood in Vienna 2013

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    Fantastic performance of AVATAR SUITE at »Hollywood in Vienna 2013« with composer James Horner present! ORF Radio Symphony Orchestra Vienna, conducted by David Newman. Enjoy!

  • Eugene List plays Domenico Puccini Piano Concerto in B-flat major

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    Eugene List, piano
    Austrian Tonkünstler Orchestra / Zlatko Topolski
    LP, Musical Heritage Society, MHS 709

    00:00 1. Allegretto
    08:40 2. Adagio
    14:22 3. Allegretto non presto (Cadenza by Heinz Karl Gruber)

    From the review by Florian Grassmayr:

    Domenico Puccini (1771-1815), the grandfather of the composer of La Boheme, was the third of five generations of distinguished composers in the Puccini family, descending in unbroken line from the first Giacomo, maestro di cappella, born in 1712, to the popular opera composer, another Giacomo, who died in 1924. They lived in Lucca for the most part, and through the centuries composed mainly sacred music and operas for its churches and opera house. Domenico Puccini, like the others, composed masses, motets, psalms and hymns, and also numerous operas.
    The manuscript of the piano concerto, upon which this performance is based, is preserved in the Liceo Musicale in Lucca. The work is the standard piano concerto form with three movements following each other without pause. The orchestra is for two oboes, two horns, and the customary strings. The cadenza was written especially for Eugene List by the Austrian composer, Heinz Karl Gruber.

  • Classical Music: The Classical Period

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    CLASSICAL MUSIC: THE CLASSICAL PERIOD

    The dates of the Classical period in Western music are generally accepted as being between about the year 1730 and the year 1820. The best-known composers from this period are Joseph Haydn, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Ludwig van Beethoven, and Franz Schubert; other notable names include Luigi Boccherini, Muzio Clementi, and Christoph Willibald Gluck. Ludwig van Beethoven is regarded either as a Romantic composer or a Classical period composer who was part of the transition to the Romantic era. Franz Schubert is also a transitional figure, as was and Carl Maria von Weber. The period is sometimes referred to as the era of Viennese Classic or Classicism, since Gluck, Mozart, Haydn and Beethoven all worked in Vienna and Schubert was born there.

    HAYDN - Cello Concerto No. 1 in C Major, Hob. VIIb:1: I. Moderato 00:00
    HAYDN - Cello Concerto No. 1 in C Major, Hob. VIIb:1: II. Adagio 08:43
    HAYDN - Cello Concerto No. 1 in C Major, Hob. VIIb:1: III. Allegro molto 16:14
    BOCCHERINI - Quintetto d'archi in E Major, Op. 11 No. 5, G. 275: III. Minuetto 22:26
    MOZART - Symphony No. 36 in C Major, K. 425 Linz: IV. Presto 25:52
    MOZART - Symphony No. 38 in D Major, K. 504 Prague: III. Presto 33:19
    MOZART - Symphony No. 41 in C Major, K. 551 Jupiter: IV. Molto Allegro 39:19
    MOZART - Symphony No. 40 in G Minor, K. 550: I. Molto allegro 48:13
    SCHUBERT - Symphony No. 8 in B Minor, D. 759 Unfinished: I. Allegro moderato 56:27
    BEETHOVEN - Symphony No. 7 in A Major, Op. 92: II. Allegretto 1:07:25
    MOZART - Die Zauberflöte, K. 620: Ouverture 1:16:25
    MOZART - Eine Kleine Nachtmusik in G Major, K. 525: I. Allegro 1:23:38
    BEETHOVEN - Symphony No. 6 in F Major, Op. 68 Pastoral: I. Allegro ma non troppo 1:29:38
    WEBER - Piano Concerto No. 2 in E-Flat Major, Op. 32, J. 155: II. Adagio 1:40:31
    BEETHOVEN - Piano Sonata No. 14 in C-Sharp Minor Moonlight Sonata: I. Adagio sostenuto 1:45:55
    BEETHOVEN - Bagatelle No. 25 in A Minor, WoO 59 Für Elise 1:52:35
    HAYDN - Divertimento in A-Flat Major, Hob. XVI:46: II. Adagio 1:56:22
    CLEMENTI - Piano Sonata in E-Flat Major, Op. 20: II. Larghetto con espressione 2:01:41
    MOZART - Piano Sonata No. 11 in A Major, K 331 Alla Turca: III. Alla Turca 2:06:36
    SCHUBERT - Piano Sonata No. 13 in A Major, Op. 120, D. 664: III. Allegro 2:10:15

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  • 5 Secret Facts About... Franz Schubert

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    PRESTISSIMO, the channel for classical musicians, starts off with a new series about your favourite composers named 5 Secret Facts About.... In today's installment, we're having a look at Austrian composer Franz Schubert (1797-1828).
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    Music: Franz Schubert, Impromptu in B Flat Major, D935
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  • Great Composers - Gustav Mahler

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    My personal homage for the 100th anniversary of Mahler's death.

    Gustav Mahler (7 July 1860 -- 18 May 1911) was a late-Romantic Austrian composer and one of the leading conductors of his generation. He was born in the village of Kalischt, Bohemia, in what was then Austria-Hungary; as a composer, he acted as a bridge between the 19th century Austro-German tradition and the modernism of the early 20th century.
    Mahler's list of compositions is relatively small—for much of his life composing was a part-time activity, secondary to conducting—and is confined to the genres of symphony and song, except for one early piano quartet. Most of his ten symphonies are very large-scale works, several of which employ soloists and choirs in addition to augmented orchestral forces. These works were often controversial when first performed, and were slow to receive critical and popular approval; an exception was the triumphant premiere of his Eighth Symphony in 1910. Mahler's immediate musical successors were the composers of the Second Viennese School, notably Arnold Schoenberg, Alban Berg and Anton Webern. Shostakovich and Benjamin Britten are among later 20th-century composers who admired and were influenced by Mahler.
    The union of song and symphonic form in Mahler's music is, in Cooke's view, organic; his songs flower naturally into symphonic movements, being already symphonic in cast. To Sibelius, Mahler expressed the belief that The symphony must be like the world. It must embrace everything. True to this belief, Mahler drew material from many sources into his songs and symphonic works: bird calls and cow-bells to evoke nature and the countryside, bugle fanfares, street melodies and country dances to summon the lost world of his childhood. Life's struggles are represented in contrasting moods: the yearning for fulfilment by soaring melodies and chromatic harmony, suffering and despair by discord, distortion and grotesquerie. Amid all this is Mahler's particular hallmark—the constant intrusion of banality and absurdity into moments of deep seriousness, typified in the second movement of the Fifth Symphony when a trivial popular tune suddenly cuts into a solemn funeral march. The trite melody soon changes its character, and in due course re-emerges as one of the majestic Brucknerian chorales which Mahler uses to signify hope and the resolution of conflict. Mahler himself recognised the idiosyncrasies in his work, calling the Scherzo in the Third Symphony the most farcical and at the same time the most tragic piece that ever existed ... It is as though all nature is making faces and sticking out its tongue.

  • 10 Favorite Baroque Composers

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    A video containing music from my 10 favorite 'classical' composers. The list is only loosely in order from favorite to most favorite. Naturally, I have many many other favorite composers but when I thought off the top of my head which 10 composers I like most these 10 immediately popped in. As for who the greatest composer in our history is, I struggle with this, could it be Händel or Bach, but two can't be it, which one?

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    Richard Jones - First Set In D Minor - Toccatta - Mitzi Meyerson

    Carlos de Seixas - Seixas: Organ Sonata #76 In A Minor, Seixas: Organ Sonata #22 In A Minor - Ketil Haugsand

    Antonio Soler - Sonata 56, 69 - Scott Ross

    Jacques Du Phly - Médée, Vivement et fort, 3e Livre, La De Belombre, Vivement, 3e Livre - Elisabeth Joyé

    Antonio Vivaldi - Vivaldi: Arsilda, Regina Di Ponto - Act 1: Overture - Claudio Scimone: I Solisti Veneti

    Johann Adolf Hasse - Arien und Szenen aus der oper Il Riggiero (1771 ) - Arie für Tenor, Di pieta, d'aita indegno, Arie für Sopran Si:Correr voglio anch'io, Schlußchor Portator di lieti eventi - Live-aufnahmen aus der Hasse-Aula Bergedorf - Heike Hallaschka, Sopran und Dantes Diwiak, Tenor

    Alessandro Scarlatti - Scarlatti (A): Filli Che Esprime La Sua Fede A Fileno - 5. Che Ti Sembra, Son Fedele, Gérard Lesne: Il Seminario Musicale - Scarlatti (A): Concerto Grosso #3 In F - 1. Allegro, Fabio Biondi: Europa Galante - Adagio Cantabile appoggiato, Presto, Fuga, Die Freitagsakademie & Susanne Rydén

    Johann Sebastian Bach - BWV 914 Toccata e-moll, Frédérick Haas

    Domenico Scarlatti - K. 492, Sophie Yates - O qual meco, o Nice - Cantata I - Allegrissimo, from the album cantate da camera

    Georg Friedrich Händel - Handel: Amadigi Di Gaula, HWV 11 - Non Sa Temere Questo Mio Petto, Nathalie Stutzmann; Marc Minkowski: Les Musiciens Du Louvre - Handel: Concerto Grosso #10 In D Minor, Op. 6/10, HWV 328, Trevor Pinnock: The English Concert

  • How to pronounce the names of famous composers

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    It can sometimes be difficult to pronounce the names of famous composers. Here's an instructional video so you can get it right and seem smart!

    note: Ludvig should be spelled Ludwig.

  • The Best German Classical | Famous Classical Music from Beethoven, Bach, Brahms and more

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    Collins Classics is pleased to present an hour and a half of the best German Classical music. Listen to a continuous selection of famous Classical works by Beethoven, Bach, Brahms and many more.

    1. Academic Festival Overture, Op.80 - Johannes Brahms - London Symphony Orchestra: 00:00
    2. Der Ring Des Nibelungen: Ride Of The Valkyries - Richard Wagner - Philharmonia Orchestra: 10:36
    3. Symphony No.5, C minor, Op.67: I. Allegro con brio - Ludwig van Beethoven - London Symphony Orchestra: 15:21
    4. Orpheus and Eurydice: II. Dance Of The Blessed Spirits - Christoph Willibald Gluck - Consort Of London: 22:59
    5. Brandenburg Concerto No.3 in G Major, BMV 1048: I. Allegro - Johann Sebastian Bach - Consort Of London: 29:49
    6. Water Suite No.3 in G Major, HMV 350: II. Alla hornpipe - George Frideric Handel - Consort Of London: 35:15
    7. Fantasy, Op.73 - Robert Schumann - Igor Oistrakh and Natalia Zertslova: 39:35
    8. The Flying Dutchman: Overture - Richard Wagner - Philharmonia Orchestra: 56:07
    9. Moonlight Sonata, quasi una fantasia Piano Sonata No. 14 in C Minor, Op.27 No.2: III. Presto - Ludwig van Beethoven - Tamás Vásáry: 1:06:42
    10. Oberon: Overture - Carl Maria Friedrich Ernst von Weber - London Philharmonic Orchestra: 1:13:54
    11. Canon in D Major - Johann Pachelbel - Consort Of London: 1:23:18
    12. Incidental Music to A Midsummer Night's Dream, Op.61: VII. VI. Wedding March after Act 4 - Felix Mendelssohn - Royal Scottish Orchestra: 1:27:59

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  • Schubert, 12 Graz Waltzes, D.924, Op.91, No.1

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    Franz Schubert, 12 Graz Waltzes, D.924, Op.91, No.1, 12 Grazer Waltzer
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    Born in 1828, Franz Schubert was an Austrian composer of the Romantic era. Although he lived for 31 years, he wrote some 600 lieder and nine symphonies, making him one of the most prolific composers of his lifetime.

    Here is the first waltze from 12 Grazer Waltzer, D.924, a relatively fast piece in E Major by Schubert.

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  • Baroque Music - Classical Music from the Baroque Period

    2:33:55

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    BAROQUE MUSIC

    BACH - BRANDENBURG CONCERTO NO. 3 IN G MAJOR, BWV 1048
    I. — 00:00
    II. Adagio 05:55
    III. Allegro 06:21
    Orchestra da Camera Fiorentina conducted by Giuseppe Lanzetta

    VIVALDI - SINFONIA IN C MAJOR, RV 112
    I. Allegro 11:06
    II. Andante 13:04
    III. Presto 14:56
    Kaunas Chamber Orchestra conducted by Silvano Frontalini

    TELEMANN - VIOLA CONCERTO IN G MAJOR, TWV 51:G9
    I. Largo 15:39
    II. Allegro 19:12
    III. Andante 22:20
    IV. Presto 27:02
    Giovanni Antonioni, Warmia Symphonic Orchestra conducted by Silvano Frontalini

    CORELLI - CONCERTO GROSSO NO. 9 IN F MAJOR, OP. 6
    Preludio. Largo 30:07
    II. Corrente. Vivace 32:13
    III. Gavotta. Allegro 34:05
    IV. Minuetto. Vivace 35:10
    Kiev Camera Orchestra conducted by Liviu Buiuc

    VIVALDI - THE FOUR SEASONS, CONCERTO NO. 1 IN E MAJOR, RV 269 SPRING
    I. Allegro 38:25
    II. Largo 41:42
    III. Allegro pastorale 44:50
    Christiane Edinger, Orchestra da Camera Fiorentina conducted by Giuseppe Lanzetta

    BACH - BRANDENBURG CONCERTO NO. 5 IN D MAJOR, BWV 1050
    I. Allegro 49:07
    II. Affettuoso 59:48
    III. Allegro 1:05:26
    Orchestra da Camera Fiorentina conducted by Giuseppe Lanzetta

    VIVALDI - STRINGS CONCERTO IN B-FLAT MINOR, RV 164
    I. Allegro 1:10:55
    II. Adagio 1:12:55
    III. Allegro 1:13:53
    Kaunas Chamber Orchestra conducted by Marek Tracz

    CORELLI - CONCERTO GROSSO NO. 10 IN C MAJOR, OP. 6
    Preludio. Largo 1:15:14
    II. Adagio 1:17:54
    III. Allegro 1:21:44
    IV. Minuetto. Vivace 1:24:42
    Kiev Camera Orchestra conducted by Liviu Buiuc

    VIVALDI - THE FOUR SEASONS, CONCERTO NO. 4 IN F MINOR, RV 297 WINTER
    I. Allegro non molto 1:26:28
    II. Largo 1:29:56
    III. Allegro, Lento 1:32:08
    Christiane Edinger, Orchestra da Camera Fiorentina conducted by Giuseppe Lanzetta

    BACH - SUITE NO. 2 IN B MINOR, BWV 1067
    I. Ouverture. Lentamente 1:35:46
    II. Rondeau 1:43:30
    III. Sarabande 1:45:01
    IV. Bourrée 1:48:00
    V. Double 1:50:01
    VI. Minuetto 1:53:29
    VII. Badinerie 1:54:44
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    BACH - HARPSICHORD CONCERTO NO. 1 IN D MINOR, BWV 1052
    I. Allegro 1:56:05
    II. Adagio 2:03:52
    III. Allegro 2:09:53
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    BACH - DAS WOHLTEMPERIERTE KLAVIER I: PRÉLUDE & FUGUE NO. 22, BWV 867 2:17:44
    Saulis Dirvanauskas (piano solo)

    BACH - ORCHESTRAL SUITE NO. 3 IN D MAJOR, BWV 1068: II. ARIA 2:20:31
    Giovanni Umberto Battel (piano solo)

    BACH - DAS WOHLTEMPERIERTE KLAVIER I: PRÉLUDE & FUGUE NO. 21, BWV 866 2:26:52
    Saulis Dirvanauskas (piano solo)

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  • The Beautiful Blue Danube - André Rieu

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    André Rieu & his Johann Strauss Orchestra playing The Beautiful Blue Danube (An der schönen blauen Donau) by composer Johann Strauss II. Recorded live at Empress Sisi's castle; Schönbrunn Palace Vienna, Austria with dancers from the famous Austrian Elmayer Dancing School.

    Clip from the DVD André Rieu At Schönbrunn, Vienna.
    One of André's biggest and most beautiful special ever.

    Tracklist:
    01. Einzugsmarsch
    02. Trumpet Voluntary
    03. Auf der Jagd
    04. Fächerpolonaise
    05. Rosen aus dem Süden
    06. Heia in den Bergen
    07. G'schichten aus dem Wienerwald
    08. Der dritte Mann
    09. Freunde, das Leben ist lebenswert
    10. Die Mädis vom Chantant
    11. Die Czárdásfürstin Potpourri
    12. Ohne Sorgen
    13. Feuerfest
    14. My Heart Will Go On
    15. Wenn ich mit meinem Dackel
    16. Heut' kommen d'Engerln auf Urlaub nach Wien
    17. Spiel mir das Lied von Glück und Treu
    18. Kaiserwalzer
    19. Ich gehör nur mir
    20. An der schönen blauen Donau
    21. Radetzky Marsch
    22. Als flotter Geist
    23. Wien du Stadt meiner Träume
    24. Musik, Musik!
    25. Anton aus Tirol
    26. Donauwalzer
    27. Strauss Party
    28. Adieu, mein kleiner Gardeoffizier

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  • Top 6 European Classical Music

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    Picture: The abduction of Europe by Rambrandt.

    My top six Classical Music list :

    1_ Tomaso Albinioni - Adagio
    2_ Johann Sebastian Bach - Matthaus Passion
    3_ Piotr Ilich Tchaikovsky - 1812 Overture
    4_ Handel - Dixit Dominus
    5_ Antonio Vivaldi - Summer
    6_ Handel - Virgam virtutis tuae

  • Romances For Piano - Cavatina By Joachim Raff / Ernst Pauer

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    Joseph Joachim Raff (May 27, 1822 -- June 24 or June 25, 1882) was a German-Swiss composer, teacher and pianist. He was largely self taught and later became assistant to Franz Liszt. He was also credited with starting a class specifically for female composers in Frankfurt. He was a prolific composer, but today his works are largely forgotten, with the exception of the cavatina.

    Ernst Pauer (21 December 1826 -- 5 May 1905) was an Austrian pianist, composer and educator. He was a contemporary of Joachim Raff.

    A Cavatina is a simple melodious song. This Cavatina forms part of the 6 pieces Op.85 written for the Violin and Piano. This is a transcription of the Cavatina for solo piano by Ernst Pauer.

  • Schubert, 12 Graz Waltzes, D.924, Op.91, No.5

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    Franz Schubert, 12 Graz Waltzes, D 924, Op 91, No 5, 12 Grazer Waltzer
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    Born in 1828, Franz Schubert was an Austrian composer of the Romantic era. Although he lived for 31 years, he wrote some 600 lieder and nine symphonies, making him one of the most prolific composers of his lifetime.

    Here is the first waltze from 12 Grazer Waltzer, D.924, a relatively fast piece in E Major by Schubert.

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  • 🎼 Haydn String Quartet The Lark - Classical Music for Relaxation - Haydn Best Classical Music

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    Haydn String Quartet The Lark - Relaxing Classical Music for studying and concentration.
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    Franz Joseph Haydn String Quartet 'The Lark', Hob. III:63

    1. Lark - I. Allegro Moderato 00:00
    2. Lark - II. Adagio, Cantabile 6:11
    3. Lark - III. Menuetto Allegretto 11:02
    4. Lark - IV. Finale Vivace 14:48

    Joseph Haydn's string quartets, sometimes catalogued as Op. 64 are a set of six string quartets composed in 1790. Along with six earlier quartets published under the opus numbers 54 and 55, they are known as the Tost quartets, after the Hungarian violinist and later merchant Johann Tost who helped Haydn find a publisher for the works. Unlike the earlier quartets, Haydn actually dedicated the Op. 64 set to Tost in gratitude for his efforts.

    Franz Joseph Haydn (1732 - 1809), known as Joseph Haydn, was an Austrian composer, one of the most prolific and prominent composers of the Classical period. He is often called the Father of the Symphony and Father of the String Quartet because of his important contributions to these forms. He was also instrumental in the development of the piano trio and in the evolution of sonata form. A lifelong resident of Austria, Haydn spent much of his career as a court musician for the wealthy Esterházy family on their remote estate. Isolated from other composers and trends in music until the later part of his long life, he was, as he put it, forced to become original. At the time of his death, he was one of the most celebrated composers in Europe

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  • The Best of Waltz Music: Strauss and Tchaikovsky

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    THE BEST OF WALTZ
    Strauss - Künstlerleben op. 316 (00:00)
    Strauss - Rosen aus dem Süden op. 388 (10:06)
    Tchaikovsky - Valzer dei fiori (19:36)
    Strauss - Frühlingsstimmen op. 410 (26:18)
    Strauss - Geschichten aus dem Wienerwald op. 325 (33:36)
    Strauss - Schatz-Walzer op. 418 (46:18)
    Strauss - Kaiser-Walzer op. 437 (54:24)
    Strauss - Wiener Bonbons op. 307 (01:05:54)
    Strauss - Seid umschlungen Millionen op. 443 (01:15:06)
    Strauss - Wiener Blut op. 354 (01:24:42)
    Strauss - An der schönen blauen Donau op. 314 (01:33:30)
    Strauss - Liebeslieder op. 114 (01:44:42)
    Strauss - Wein, Weib und Gesang op. 333 (01:53:48)
    Strauss - Wo die Zitronen blühen op. 364 (01:59:18)
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  • Vienna Blood Waltz! Strangely Beautiful 4K Classical Music Video! H.D.

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    ALBUM SONGS LIST: Vienna Blood Waltz, The Blue Danube Waltz, Tales From Vienna Woods Waltz & Pizzicato Polka!

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    Johann Strauss II (1825 – 1899), also known as Johann Strauss Jr., the Younger, the Son (German: Sohn), Johann Baptist Strauss, son of Johann Strauss I, was an Austrian composer of light music, particularly dance music and operettas. He composed over 500 waltzes, polkas, quadrilles, and other types of dance music, as well as several operettas and a ballet. In his lifetime, he was known as The Waltz King, and was largely then responsible for the popularity of the waltz in Vienna during the 19th century.

    Strauss had two younger brothers, Josef and Eduard Strauss, who became composers of light music as well, although they were never as well known as their elder brother. Some of Johann Strauss's most famous works include The Blue Danube, Kaiser-Walzer (Emperor Waltz), Tales from the Vienna Woods, and the Tritsch-Tratsch-Polka. Among his operettas, Die Fledermaus and Der Zigeunerbaron are the best known. - Wikipedia

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    Wiener Blut ('Viennese Blood' or 'Viennese Spirit') Op. 354 is a waltz by Johann Strauss II first performed by the composer on 22 April 1873. The new dedication waltz was to celebrate the wedding of the Emperor Franz Josef's daughter Archduchess Gisela Louise Maria and Prince Leopold of Bavaria. However, the waltz was also chiefly noted by Strauss' biographers as the début of Strauss with the world-renowned Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra where for many years, the Philharmonic had dismissed any association with the 'Waltz King' as it had not wished to be associated with mere 'light' or 'pops' music. The festival ball celebrating the event was held at the famed Musikverein Hall which is the venue for the famous present day Neujahrskonzert.

    'Wiener Blut' is one of a handful of late works by Strauss that were not composed for the stage; at this point in his career he was concentrating on writing for the performing stage, and not for the ballroom, and had written at least 2 operettas before penning this waltz, with the famous Die Fledermaus still to come. - Wikipedia

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  • Johann Strauss - Vienna Waltz

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    One wonderful waltz of Johann Strauss
    Johann Strauss II (October 25, 1825 -- June 3, 1899; also known as fully Johann Baptist Strauss, and Johann Strauss, Jr. was an Austrian composer of light music, particularly dance music and operettas. He composed over 500 waltzes, polkas, quadrilles, and other types of dance music, as well as several operettas and a ballet. In his lifetime, he was known as The Waltz King, and was largely responsible for the popularity of the waltz in Vienna during the 19th century.
    Strauss was born in St. Ulrich (now a part of Neubau), the son of Johann Strauss I, another composer of dance music. His father did not wish him to become a composer, but rather a banker; however, the son defied his father's wishes, and went on to study music with the composer Joseph Drechsler and the violin with Anton Kollmann, the ballet répétiteur of the Vienna Court Opera. Strauss had two younger brothers, Josef and Eduard Strauss, who became composers of light music as well, although they were never as well-known as their elder brother.
    Some of Johann Strauss's most famous works include The Blue Danube, Vienna Waltz, Kaiser-Walzer, Tales from the Vienna Woods, the Tritsch-Tratsch-Polka, and the Pizzicato Polka. Among his operettas, Die Fledermaus and Der Zigeunerbaron are the most well-known.

  • Haydn: His Best Works

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    A video to celebrate the fantastic work of the Austrian composer, Franz Josef Haydn. This video has been uploaded 200 years exactly after when Haydn died on the 31st May 1809.
    The video contains excerpts from some of his most famous pieces. Sadly, I can't fit in all of my favourite Haydn pieces in one video, as youtube only allows a video to be at maximum, 10 minutes and 59 seconds long. Please rate and comment! Enjoy!

  • 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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  • The Greatest American Marches

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    The Greatest American Marches

    American Military Marches

    Some of the best American marches, from the 18th-century onward, with suitable illustration.

    March List:

    1. When Johnny Comes Marching Home (0:07)
    2. Bravura (2:21)
    3. National Emblem (5:22)
    4. The Stars and Stripes Forever (8:29)
    5. Anchors Aweigh (12:09)
    6. The Battle Hymn of the Republic (14:58)
    7. Hail, Columbia (16:03)
    8. Washington Greys (17:36)
    9. Marching Through Georgia (21:32)
    10. Joyce's 71st N.Y. Regiment March (23:01)
    11. On the Square (25:10)
    12. The Army Goes Rolling Along (28:09)
    13. The U.S. Air Force (29:57)
    14. American Patrol (31:45)
    15. The Battle Cry of Freedom (36:18)
    16. The Marines' Hymn (38:39)
    17. The Washington Post (40:23)
    18. Semper Fidelis (43:01)
    19. American Legion (45:54)
    20. Blaze-Away (48:24)
    21. U.S. Field Artillery March (51:46)
    22. The Liberty Bell (54:37)
    23. Kingdom Coming (58:10)
    24. The Boys of the Old Brigade (59:26)
    25. Semper Paratus (1:02:01)
    26. The Chimes of Liberty (1:03:53)
    27. Front Section March (1:07:29)
    28. The Fairest of the Fair (1:09:29)
    29. Hands Across the Sea (1:13:07)
    30. Repasz Band March (1:15:58)
    31. The NC-4 (1:19:04)
    32. Tenth Regiment March: Death or Glory (1:21:39)
    33. March Grandioso (1:24:40)
    34. Second Regiment Connecticut National Guard March (1:27:25)
    35. Manhattan Beach (1:30:19)
    36. King Cotton (1:32:37)
    37. Dixie (1:35:24)
    38. The Bonnie Blue Flag (1:37:45)
    39. The Yellow Rose of Texas (1:38:22)
    40. The Southerner (1:39:48)
    41. The Battle of Shiloh (1:42:27)
    42. Famous 22nd Regiment March (1:45:13)
    43. The New Colonial March (1:48:25)
    44. President Garfield's Inauguration March (1:52:07)
    45. The Thunderer (1:58:30)
    46. Sound Off (2:00:58)
    47. On Jersey Shore (2:03:53)
    48. Colossus of Columbia (2:06:20)
    49. Washington's March (2:08:56)
    50. Yankee Doodle (2:10:19)
    51. The Gallant Seventh (2:11:28)
    52. The Beau Ideal (2:14:40)
    53. Solid Men to the Front (2:18:07)
    54. The Glory of the Yankee Navy (2:22:17)
    55. Commando March (2:25:55)
    56. Shield of Liberty (2:29:19)
    57. Brooke's Chicago Marine Band (2:31:48)
    58. Our Director (2:34:53)
    59. The Purple Carnival (2:37:12)
    60. The High School Cadets (2:40:47)
    61. Riders for the Flag (2:43:24)
    62. El Capitan (2:45:52)
    63. Barnum and Bailey's Favorite (2:48:17)
    64. Knights of the Road (2:50:45)
    65. The Melody Shop (2:53:36)
    66. On the Mall (2:55:47)
    67. Emblem of Unity (2:59:13)
    68. The Trombone King (3:02:53)
    69. You're a Grand Old Flag (3:05:16)
    70. Rolling Thunder (3:06:36)
    71. The Circus Bee (3:08:46)
    72. The Billboard (3:11:09)
    73. University of Pennsylvania Band March (3:13:30)
    74. The Invincible Eagle (3:16:59)
    75. The Gladiator (3:20:31)
    76. The Loyal Legion March (3:23:13)
    77. National Spirit March (3:25:46)
    78. Guadalcanal March (3:28:55)
    79. Americans We (3:31:41)
    80. Hail to the Chief (3:35:02)
    81. The Official West Point March (3:36:37)
    82. The Crusader (3:40:27)
    83. The Black Horse Troop (3:44:09)
    84. The Rifle Regiment (3:47:39)
    85. Chicago Tribune March (3:50:49)
    86. Norwich Cadets March (3:54:36)
    87. Columbia, the Gem of the Ocean (3:58:54)

  • Luciano Pavarotti sings Nessun dorma from Turandot

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    Renowned Italian tenor Pavarotti (1935–2007) sings the aria from the final act of Puccini's opera Turandot, live in concert with The Three Tenors in Los Angeles in 1994. Watch the full performance, newly available in digital video:

    The Three Tenors (José Carreras, Plácido Domingo, and Luciano Pavarotti) are joined by conductor Zubin Mehta, the L.A. Philharmonic, and the L.A. Music Center Opera Chorus.

    A Tibor Rudas production.

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  • Valentina Lisitsa plays Liszts Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2

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    Johann Strauss II (October 25, 1825 – June 3, 1899), also known as Johann Baptist Strauss or Johann Strauss, Jr., the Younger, or the Son (German: Sohn), was an Austrian composer of light music, particularly dance music and operettas. He composed over 400 waltzes, polkas, quadrilles, and other types of dance music, as well as several operettas and a ballet. In his lifetime, he was known as The Waltz King, and was largely then responsible for the popularity of the waltz in Vienna during the 19th century.

    Strauss had two younger brothers, Josef and Eduard Strauss, who became composers of light music as well, although they were never as well known as their elder brother.

    Some of Johann Strauss's most famous works include The Blue Danube, Kaiser-Walzer, Tales from the Vienna Woods, and the Tritsch-Tratsch-Polka. Among his operettas, Die Fledermaus and Der Zigeunerbaron are the best known.

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    Franz Schubert, 12 Graz Waltzes, D.924, Op.91, No 3, 12 Grazer Waltzer
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    Born in 1828, Franz Schubert was an Austrian composer of the Romantic era. Although he lived for 31 years, he wrote some 600 lieder and nine symphonies, making him one of the most prolific composers of his lifetime.

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  • Haydn - The String Quartets Kaiser + Presentation

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    When in 1932 Walter Legge founded the Haydn String Quartet Society for His Master’s Voice, he chose Cecil Gray to write the programme notes. In the booklet to the first release (April 1932), Gray drew attention to the fact, whereas the orchestra has changed enormously since Haydn’s time, rendering his symphonies somewhat antiquated in sound, the string quartet was precisly the same vehicle for modern composers as it was when Haydn started to write for the medium. Nowadays Haydn symphonies are no longer considered to be antiquated, but it is probably true that the quintessence of Haydn may be found in the more intimate realm of chamber music, and especially the string quartet, which occupied him for about forty-six years : his first works in the form are now thought to have been composed about 1757, and his last, the unfinished Opus 103, from 1803.

    Haydn is said to have invented the quartet. Nowadays we know that there existed various forms of music before Haydn for two violins, viola and double bass or violoncello; but whether any of these pre-Haydn forms can be regarded legitimately as precursors of the quartet as we know it is still a matter of discussion among scholars. Haydn himself related how, about 1757, he came across the form accidentally. He had been writing string trios (two violins and violoncello), and his friend and patron, Carl Joseph, Edler von Fürnberg, who had invited Haydn to the Fürnberg Castle at Weinzierl in Lower Austria, suggested to the young composer to add a viola to the group. Haydn agreed, and the result was ten quartets (known later as Opera 1 and 2) in the then current divertimento form of five movements (Allegro - Menuet/Trio - Slow movement - Minuet/Trio - Presto).

    Haydn’s first quartets were an enormous success. Their gay, light-hearted charm won hearts everywhere. The Germans thought them frivolous but they could hardly stem the tide of Haydn’s growing popularity, even in Germany. Meanwhile Luigi Boccherini had arrived in Vienna with his father to play i the opera orchestra of the Kärntnerthortheater, and in 1761 Luigi began to write quartets in a quite different and more sophisticated manner, with three rather than five movements. Haydn must have pondered deeply the problem of quartet writing, for he wrote none for over ten years, recommencing about 1768-9 with the so-called Opus 9. There then followed Opus 17 (1771) and the epochal Opus 20 (1772) in which Haydn re-introduced large-scale fugues to the form, markedly deepened its content, enriched its texture, and posed an altogether new and startling intellectual challenge. Then we have another silence, almost ten years, until 1781, when the witty, sophisticated Opus 33 appeared, creating a new manner of quartet writing which combined the popular style with great sophistication of technique. From then until 1803, Haydn composed quartets in sets every few years, creating a standard of beauty, formal perfection and originality which inspired generations of composers, including Mozart and Beethoven.

    The very last work Haydn began as an old man was a string quartet (Opus 103, 1803). He could not finish it and sent it out to the world with a quotation from his own visiting card, ‘His ist alle mine Kraft, Alt und schwach bin ich. Fled is all my strength, Old and weak am I.’ which the admiring musical world regarded sorrowfully as their civilisation burst asunder in the Napoleonic wars.

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  • Schubert, 12 Graz Waltzes, D.924, Op.91, No.2

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    Franz Schubert, 12 Graz Waltzes, D.924, Op.91, No.2, 12 Grazer Waltzer
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    Born in 1828, Franz Schubert was an Austrian composer of the Romantic era. Although he lived for 31 years, he wrote some 600 lieder and nine symphonies, making him one of the most prolific composers of his lifetime.

    Here is the first waltze from 12 Grazer Waltzer, D.924, a relatively fast piece in E Major by Schubert.

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  • You Raise me Up - André Rieu

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  • Wine, Women & Song! Beautiful Classical Music Video Album! H.D.

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    Johann Strauss II (1825 – 1899), also known as Johann Strauss Jr., the Younger, the Son (German: Sohn), Johann Baptist Strauss, son of Johann Strauss I, was an Austrian composer of light music, particularly dance music and operettas. He composed over 500 waltzes, polkas, quadrilles, and other types of dance music, as well as several operettas and a ballet. In his lifetime, he was known as The Waltz King, and was largely then responsible for the popularity of the waltz in Vienna during the 19th century.

    Strauss had two younger brothers, Josef and Eduard Strauss, who became composers of light music as well, although they were never as well known as their elder brother. Some of Johann Strauss's most famous works include The Blue Danube, Kaiser-Walzer (Emperor Waltz), Tales from the Vienna Woods, and the Tritsch-Tratsch-Polka. Among his operettas, Die Fledermaus and Der Zigeunerbaron are the best known. - Wikipedia

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    Wein, Weib und Gesang (Wine, Woman, and Song), Op. 333, is a Viennese Waltz by Johann Strauss II. It is a choral waltz in its original form, although it is seldom heard in this version today. It was commissioned for the Vienna Men's Choral Association's so-called Fools' Evening on 2 February 1869 with a dedication to the Association's honorary chorus-master Johann Herbeck. Its fanciful title was drawn from an old adage: Who loves not wine, women and song remains a fool his whole life long.

    Strauss' works at this age displays the Waltz King at the height of his creative powers, and it was no less evident in this waltz with its 137-bar introduction, combining tranquil melodies with superb orchestration. Its admirers include the famous opera composer Richard Wagner and Strauss' good friend Johannes Brahms. - Wikipedia

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  • Schubert, 12 Graz Waltzes, D.924, Op.91, No.6

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    Franz Schubert, 12 Graz Waltzes, D 924, Op 91, No 6, 12 Grazer Waltzer
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  • Keyboard Concerto in D | Franz Joseph Haydn | June 12 2017

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  • Johann Heinrich Schmelzer: Sonata Quarta; Elizabeth Blumenstock, baroque violin; Voices of Music

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    Johann Schmelzer's Sonata Quarta in D Major from Sonatae Unarum Fidium (1664). Live video from the Voices of Music Great Artists Series in San Francisco. Featuring Elizabeth Blumenstock, baroque violin; William Skeen, viola da gamba; Hanneke van Proosdij, baroque organ, and David Tayler, theorbo.
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    One of the finest examples of the early baroque German sonatas for violin and continuo, the Sonata Quarta of Johann Schmelzer combines florid passagework with harmonic and contrapuntal ingenuity. A ground bass connects each of the varied movements, and the work concludes with a virtuosic cadenza over a pedal point. Considered one of the finest violinists in world in 1660, Schmelzer published a collection of his solo sonatas of 1664; these are some of the most important works for the violin in the 17th century. The sonatas are Italianate in style, and set the stage for subsequent works of Biber and Bach.
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  • Hans Zimmer - Lost but Won Live, Hollywood in Vienna 2018

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    Live in Vienna 2018
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    Ausschnitt von der Aufführung Hollywood in Vienna 2018
    im Wiener Konzerthaus.

    Die diesjährige Aufführung Festival der Filmmusik Hollywood in Vienna 2018 fand am 18.11.2018 im Wiener Konzerthaus in Wien, Österreich statt. Geehrt mit dem Max Steiner Film Music Achievement Award wurde der deutsche Filmmusik Komponist und Musikproduzent Hans Zimmer. Der Oscar-, Golden Globe- und Grammy-Gewinner Hans Zimmer zählt zu den bedeutendsten Filmmusik Komponisten unserer Zeit. Für die einen gilt er als „Rockstar der Filmmusik“, für die anderen als einer der innovativsten Symphoniker der Traumfabrik. Aus Anlass der Preisverleihung sind seine orchestralen Filmkompositionen – teilweise eigens von ihm neu arrangiert – erstmals in einem klassischen Konzertsaal zu hören. Von vielen Weggefährten und Musikerkollegen, dem ORF Radio-Symphonieorchester Wien und dem Chor Neue Wiener Stimmen, unter der musikalischen Leitung von Martin Gellner, wurden die fantastischen Kunstwerke von Hans Zimmer musikalisch zum Leben erweckt.
    In diesem Konzert wurden Highlights präsentiert aus der Produktion The World of Hans Zimmer - A Symphonic Celebration
    Produzenten: Semmel Concerts, RCI Global und Tomek Productions.
    Das Konzertereignis Hollywood in Vienna 2018 wurde im TV von ORF 3 übertragen.
    Eine Veranstaltung von Tomek Productions und Echo Medienhaus.
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  • Chamber Symphony, Op 110a - Concertino Accordion Band

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  • Joseph Marx, Lieder und Gesänge, Version for Voice & Orchestra

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    Joseph Marx, Lieder und Gesänge (Version for Voice & Orchestra)

    1. Waldseligkeit
    2. Und gestern hat er mir Rosen gebracht
    3. Marienlied
    4. Der bescheidene Schäfer
    5. Selige Nacht
    6. Sommerlied

    Juliane Banse, soprano
    Münchner Rundfunkorchester
    Sebatian Weigle, conductor

    Joseph Rupert Rudolf Marx (May 11, 1882 - September 3, 1964) was an Austrian composer, teacher and critic.
    Marx was born in Graz and pursued studies in philosophy, art history, German studies, and music at Graz University, earning several degrees including a doctorate in 1909. His thesis was an expansion of a 1907 scholarly study of tonality, in which he coined the term atonality. He began composing seriously in 1908 and over the next four years he produced around 120 songs. In 1914 he joined the faculty of the Vienna Music Academy, later becoming the institution's director in 1922. When the school was reorganized as the Hochschule für Musik in 1924 he was appointed to the position of rector, holding that post for three years. Some of his notable students include Johann Nepomuk David, Paul Ulanowsky, Ivana Lang, Alois Melichar and Hisatada Otaka. From 1931 to 1938 he was music critic for the Neues Wiener Journal and following World War II he was critic for the Wiener Zeitung.

    A collection of Marx's criticisms and essays, Betrachtungen eines romantischen Realisten was published in Vienna in 1947. Just before he died he published a book on acoustics, tonality, aesthetics and musical philosophy entitled Weltsprache Musik (Vienna, 1964).

    As a composer Marx is chiefly remembered for his vocal music, particularly his more than 150 lieder. Although most of his songs used piano accompaniment, about two dozen of them used symphonic accompaniment. His style is characterized by Slavonic and Italian elements, often with an impressionistic kind of lyricism. His output in the 1920s and early 1930s was focused on orchestral works, followed by a period devoted primarily to chamber music for the remainder of his career. In an interview given to Elyse Mach (Great Contemporary Pianists Speak for Themselves; Dover Books on Music), Jorge Bolet said that the Romantic Piano Concerto by Joseph Marx was his favorite among the great virtuoso concertos because of the enormous show of strength required from the soloist.

    Marx died in his home city of Graz, aged 82.

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  • Franz Clement: Violin Concerto in D major, Rachel Barton Pine

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    Franz Clement - Violin Concerto in D major Rachel Barton Pine – violin, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Jose Serebrier – conductor (Cedille Records, 2008)
    Cadenza by Rachel Barton Pine (there are no surviving cadenza)
    I. Allegro maestoso – 00:00
    II. Adagio – 16:08
    III. Rondo: Allegro – 28:54

    Franz Joseph Clement (November 17 or 18, 1780 – November 3, 1842), was an Austrian violinist, pianist, composer, conductor of ‚Theater an der Wien’, and a friend of Ludwig van Beethoven.
    „Born in Vienna, Clement displayed his remarkable musical gifts at a very early age. He gave his first public concert when he was seven years old, and the following year performed at the court theatre and the Mehlgrube am Neuen Markt, playing several of his own compositions, including an early violin concerto. At that time he was taught by his father and by a Viennese violinist named Kurzweil. In 1790 Clement and his father undertook a concert tour through Germany and Belgium to England, where they stayed for two years, appearing at court and playing in concerts with Haydn, Salomon, and Bridgetower (for whom Beethoven later wrote the Kreutzer Sonata).
    For more than a decade after Clement's return to Vienna, he was not only an extraordinary violinist, but also a fine pianist. His musical memory was phenomenal: after playing violin in Haydn's Creation several times, for instance, he was able, with the aid only of a libretto, to make a complete piano arrangement.
    During the early part of his career Clement wrote a considerable amount of music. A list of his known compositions includes twenty-five concertinos and six concertos for violin, a piano concerto, and an opera, as well as orchestral and chamber music. Many of his compositions remained in manuscript and have disappeared without trace. Surviving copies of his published works are few and widely scattered, yet these show him to have been an exceptionally gifted composer, capable of handling the musical style of his day with confidence and imagination. By the second decade of the century, however, it became increasingly apparent that he was incapable of coping with the normal business of life. He fell into debt, no longer composed much, and even his career as a violinist faltered. In his later years he was often seen wandering the streets of Vienna like a vagrant.
    Clement clearly recognised Beethoven's genius and was a notable champion of his music with the various professional and amateur ensembles of which he was leader (concertmaster). Clement also showed his appreciation in his compositions: his D major Violin Concerto owes much to the example of Beethoven's piano concertos in its musical language and structure. Clement's concerto may be seen, therefore, as a testimony to his admiration for Beethoven, and Beethoven's Violin Concerto, written just over a year later, as an affectionate and respectful acknowledgement of Clement's skills both as executant and composer. (Recently uncovered evidence suggests Clement's role in crafting the final version of Beethoven's violin concerto, published circa 1880, may have been greater than supposed. It seems altogether possible that the final published version resulted from their continuing collaboration).
    This concerto, published in the second half of 1806 or early months of 1807, was premiered at Clement's benefit concert in the Theatre and der Wien on April 7, 1805. The concerto which has only just emerged today from two centuries of obscurity, now compels with renewed admiration. It shows a degree of imagination, seriousness of purpose, and flair that is worthy of many a better known composer; it teems with felicitous ideas that sustain the listener's interest; the orchestration is exceptionally sensitive and colourful; and the assured handling of form and the subtle and varied harmonic style, rather more chro-matic than Beethoven's, reveal an individual and sensitive appreciation of the Classical style. It is the work of a musician whose extraordinary potential was never fulfilled. but it is not unworthy to stand beside the masterpiece (Beethoven’s Violin Concerto) he helped to inspire. (excerpts from the Album review by Clive Brown, Professor of Applied Musicology at the University of Leeds, UK)

  • C.P.E. Bach: Cello Concerto in A Minor Wq. 170; William Skeen, Voices of Music, First Mvt. 4K UHD

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    The opening Allegro Assai from Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach's Concerto in A minor, Wq.170, presented in celebration of his 300th anniversary. Performed on original instruments by the Early Music ensemble Voices of Music, William Skeen, soloist; 4K UHD video from our Virtuoso Concertos concert, November, 2014.
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    C.P.E. Bach transformed the musical language at the end of the Baroque, and as part of this process he also elevated the role of the cello, so that as a solo instrument it became the equal of the keyboard, violin and flute. This new balance is represented by the presentation of Bach’s concertos in multiple forms: the solo parts for the cello concertos were also arranged for harpsichord and flute. Although it is tempting to speculate that the cello versions were composed first, or specifically with the cello in mind, it is also quite possible that Carl Philipp could, first of all, handle the composition of three versions simultaneously, and, second, that he, like his father, was accomplished on a variety of instruments but was primarily a keyboard player. Nonetheless, the rich textures and compelling virtuosity of the concertos for cello make a persuasive case that the Carl Philipp--who occasionally cut a few compositional corners for lesser commissions--invested his best efforts in these concertos, which show a composer willing and able to emerge from the shadow of his extraordinary father, J.S. Bach.
    Performing parts based on the critical edition Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach: The Complete Works ( were graciously made available by the publisher,
    the Packard Humanities Institute of Los Altos, California.
    The Musicians and their Instruments
    Voices of Music performs on original instruments: hear the music played on instruments from the time of the composer.
    Lisa Grodin, baroque viola by Mathias Eberl, Salzburg, Austria, 1680
    Kati Kyme, baroque violin by Johann Gottlob Pfretzschner,
    Mittenwald, Germany, 1791
    Carla Moore, baroque violin by Johann Georg Thir, Vienna, Austria, 1754
    Maxine Nemerovski, baroque violin by Timothy Johnson,
    Bloomington, Indiana, 1999 (after Antonio Stradivari, Cremona, Italy, 17th century)
    Farley Pearce, violone by George Stoppani, Manchester, 1985, after Amati, 1560
    Hanneke van Proosdij, Italian single manual harpsichord by Johannes Klinkhamer, Amsterdam, 2000, after Cristofori, Florence, c1725
    William Skeen, baroque cello by Gianbattista Grancino, Milan, 1725
    David Tayler, archlute by Andreas von Holst, Munich, 2012,
    after Magno Tieffenbrucker, Venice, c1610
    Tanya Tomkins, baroque cello, Lockey Hill, London, 1798
    Gabrielle Wunsch, baroque violin by Lorenzo Carcassi, 1764.
    #Bach #CelloConcerto

  • Falco - Rock Me Amadeus -

    3:24

    Rock Me Amadeus is the 1985 song by Austrian musician Falco from his album Falco 3. It topped the singles charts on both sides of the Atlantic. It was Falco's only number one hit in both the United States and the United Kingdom, despite the artist's popularity in Germany, his native Austria, and much of Europe. The song was written by Falco and Dutch music producers Bolland & Bolland.
    Johann (Hans) Hölzel (German: [ˈjoːhan (hans) ˈhœlt͡sl̩]) (19 February 1957 – 6 February 1998), better known by his stage name Falco, was an Austrian singer, songwriter and rapper.
    Falco had several international hits, Rock Me Amadeus, Der Kommissar, Vienna Calling, Jeanny, The Sound of Musik, Coming Home (Jeanny Part II, One Year Later) and posthumously, Out of the Dark. Rock Me Amadeus reached No. 1 on the Billboard charts in 1986, making him the only artist whose principal language was German to score a vocal number-one hit in the United States (Bert Kaempfert reached No. 1 in January 1961 with the instrumental Wonderland by Night). According to his estate, he has sold 20 million albums and 40 million singles, which makes him the best-selling Austrian singer of all-time.
    Footage is from Amadeus the 1984 American period drama film directed by Miloš Forman, adapted by Peter Shaffer from his stage play of the same name. The story, set in Vienna, Austria, during the latter half of the 18th century, is a fictionalized biography of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Mozart's music is heard extensively in the soundtrack of the movie. Its central thesis is that Antonio Salieri, an Italian contemporary of Mozart is so driven by jealousy of the latter and his success as a composer that he plans to kill him and to pass off a Requiem, which he secretly commissioned from Mozart as his own, to be premiered at Mozart's funeral. Historically, the Requiem, which was never finished, was commissioned by Count von Walsegg, and Salieri, far from being jealous of Mozart, was on good terms with him and even tutored his son after Mozart's death.
    The film was nominated for 53 awards and received 40, which included eight Academy Awards (including Best Picture), four BAFTA Awards, four Golden Globes, and a Directors Guild of America (DGA) award. As of 2016, it is the most recent film to have more than one nomination in the Academy Award for Best Actor category. In 1998, the American Film Institute ranked Amadeus 53rd on its 100 Years... 100 Movies list.
    (source Wikipedia)

  • Anton Bruckner - Symphony No.6 in A minor

    18:30

    Anton Bruckner - Symphony No.6 in A minor (Wab 106) Adagio - Anton Bruckner (German: [ˈantɔn ˈbʀʊknɐ] ( listen); 4 September 1824 -- 11 October 1896) was an Austrian composer known for his symphonies, masses, and motets. The first are considered emblematic of the final stage of Austro-German Romanticism because of their rich harmonic language, strongly polyphonic character, and considerable length. Bruckner's compositions helped to define contemporary musical radicalism, owing to their dissonances, unprepared modulations, and roving harmonies.
    Unlike other musical radicals, such as Richard Wagner or Hugo Wolf who fit the enfant terrible mould, Bruckner showed extreme humility before other musicians, Wagner in particular. This apparent dichotomy between Bruckner the man and Bruckner the composer hampers efforts to describe his life in a way that gives a straightforward context for his music.
    His works, the symphonies in particular, had detractors, most notably the influential Austrian critic Eduard Hanslick, and other supporters of Johannes Brahms (and detractors of Wagner), who pointed to their large size, use of repetition, and Bruckner's propensity to revise many of his works, often with the assistance of colleagues, and his apparent indecision about which versions he preferred. On the other hand, Bruckner was greatly admired by subsequent composers, including his friend Gustav Mahler, who described him as half simpleton, half God

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    Školský koncert ZUŠ Jána Albrechta, 28.10. 2015
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    Johann Nepomuk Hummel (14 November 1778 – 17 October 1837) was an Austrian composer and virtuoso pianist. His music reflects the transition from the Classical to the Romantic musical era.
    Hummel was born in Pressburg, Kingdom of Hungary, then a part of the Austrian Habsburg Monarchy (now Bratislava in Slovakia). He was named after St John of Nepomuk, and – unusually for that period – an only child. [...]
    Like Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Hummel was a child prodigy. At the age of eight, he was offered music lessons by Mozart, who was impressed with his ability. Hummel was taught and housed by Mozart for two years free of charge and made his first concert appearance at the age of nine at one of Mozart's concerts. [...]
    In 1804, Hummel became Konzertmeister to Prince Esterházy's establishment at Eisenstadt. Although he had taken over many of the duties of Kapellmeister because Haydn's health did not permit him to perform them himself, he continued to be known simply as the Concertmeister out of respect to Haydn, receiving the title of Kapellmeister, or music director, to the Eisenstadt court only after the older composer died in May 1809. He remained in the service of Prince Esterházy for seven years altogether before being dismissed in May 1811 for neglecting his duties.[3] He then returned to Vienna where, after spending two years composing, he married the opera singer Elisabeth Röckel in 1813. The following year, at her request, was spent touring Russia and the rest of Europe. The couple had two sons.[4] One of them, Carl (1821–1907), became a well-known landscape painter. [...]
    At the end of his life, Hummel saw the rise of a new school of young composers and virtuosi, and found his own music slowly going out of fashion. His disciplined and clean Clementi-style technique, and his balanced classicism, opposed him to the rising school of tempestuous bravura displayed by the likes of Liszt. Composing less and less, but still highly respected and admired, Hummel died peacefully in Weimar in 1837. A freemason (like Mozart), Hummel bequeathed a considerable portion of his famous garden behind his Weimar residence to his masonic lodge. His grave is in the Historical Cemetery, Weimar.
    Although Hummel died famous, with a lasting posthumous reputation apparently secure, he and his music were quickly forgotten at the onrush of the Romantic period, perhaps because his classical ideas were seen as old-fashioned. Later, during the classical revival of the early 20th century, Hummel was passed over. Like Haydn (for whom a revival had to wait until the second half of the 20th century), Hummel was overshadowed by Mozart. Due to a rising number of available recordings and an increasing number of live concerts across the world, his music is now becoming reestablished in the classical repertoire.

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  • My Choice 331 - Strauss/Tchaikowsky: Beautiful Waltzes

    6:06

    We are featuring highlights from ten beautiful waltzes by Johann Strauss II and Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikowsky, two of the greatest composers we have ever seen.

    List of Waltzes included:

    Johann Strauss II:

    1) On the Beautiful Blue Danube.
    2) Tales from the Vienna Woods.
    3) Roses from the South.
    4) Emperor Waltz.
    5) Wiener Blut.
    6) Voices of Spring.
    7) Treasure Waltz.

    P.I. Tchaikowsky:

    8) Sleeping Beauty Waltz.
    9) Swan Lake Waltz.
    10) Waltz of the Flowers.

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  • Haydn, F.J.: Andante mit Variationen in f minor, Hob. XVII:6

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    Franz Joseph Haydn (/ˈdʒoʊzəf ˈhaɪdən/; German: [ˈjoːzɛf ˈhaɪdən] ( listen); 31 March 1732 -- 31 May 1809), known as Joseph Haydn, was an Austrian composer, one of the most prolific and prominent of the Classical period. He is often called the Father of the Symphony and Father of the String Quartet because of his important contributions to these forms. He was also instrumental in the development of the piano trio and in the evolution of sonata form.
    A lifelong resident of Austria, Haydn spent much of his career as a court musician for the wealthy Esterházy family on their remote estate. Isolated from other composers and trends in music until the later part of his long life, he was, as he put it, forced to become original. At the time of his death, he was one of the most celebrated composers in Europe.Joseph Haydn was the brother of Michael Haydn, himself a highly regarded composer, and Johann Evangelist Haydn, a tenor. He was also a close friend of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and a teacher of Ludwig van Beethoven.

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  • Handel: Sento Brillar ; Christopher Lowrey, countertenor, Voices of Music 4K

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    The scintillating aria Sento Brillar, from Handel's Il Pastor Fido, Christopher Lowrey, countertenor. Live, 4K ultra HD video from the Voices of Music Art of the Countertenor concert, March, 2016.
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    A virtuoso opera singer in the time of Handel would have exploited the form of the Da Capo aria to the fullest extent possible by adding brilliant and original ornaments to the repeat of the first A section. When paired with the imagination of the best singers in Europe, the Da Capo aria proved to be one of the most popular and enduring forms of the baroque. This important composition of Handel is now available for the first time in 4K, ultra-high definition video.

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    Sento brillar nel sen
    Sento brillar nel sen
    un novo lieto ardor,
    che mi consola.
    Ah! che la sola speme
    del caro amato bene
    al duol m’invola
    —Giacomo Rossi, based on Giovanni Guarini

    I feel a glimmer in my breast
    A new happy burning
    That consoles me
    Ah! May the hope alone, merely the hope,
    of my dear well-beloved
    take me away from grief.
    —Translation by Cynthia Craig Simon

    The Musicians and their Instruments
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    Lisa Grodin, baroque viola by Mathias Eberl, Salzburg, Austria, 1680
    Kati Kyme, baroque violin by Johann Gottlob Pfretzschner, Mittenwald, 1791
    Carla Moore, baroque violin by Johann Georg Thir, Vienna, Austria, 1754
    Maxine Nemerovski, baroque violin by Joseph Gaffino, Paris, 1769
    Elisabeth Reed, baroque cello, anonymous, 1673
    Farley Pearce, violone by George Stoppani, Manchester, 1985, after Amati, 1560
    David Tayler, archlute by Andreas von Holst, Munich, 2012, after Tieffenbrucker, c1610
    Hanneke van Proosdij, Italian single manual harpsichord by Johannes Klinkhamer, Amsterdam, 2000, after Cristofori, Florence, c1725
    Gabrielle Wunsch, baroque violin by Lorenzo Carcassi, Florence, Italy, 1765

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