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Playlist of List of Portuguese composers

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  • Luís de Freitas Branco, Alentejo Suite no 1

    25:13

    Luís de Freitas Branco, Alentejo Suite no. 1 (1919)

    1. Preludio
    2. Intermezzo
    3. Finale

    Orquestra Philarmónica de Lisboa
    Miguel Madaleno, conductor

    Luís Maria da Costa de Freitas Branco (Lisbon, 12 October 1890 – Lisbon, 27 November 1955) was a Portuguese composer, musicologist, and professor of music who played a pre-eminent part in the development of Portuguese music in the first half of the 20th century.
    Luis de Freitas Branco was born into an aristocratic family who for centuries had had close ties to the royal family in Portugal He had a cosmopolitan education, studied piano and violin beginning in childhood and began composing at a precocious age. He studied music in Berlin and Paris, where he worked with Engelbert Humperdinck and other composers. He returned to Portugal and became professor of composition starting in 1916 at the Lisbon Conservatory of Music, where he became a leading force in restructuring musical education. There he taught, among many others, Joly Braga Santos.

    During the 1930s he increasingly encountered political difficulties with the authorities and was finally forced into retirement from his official duties in 1939. He continued to compose, however, and to pursue his research into Portuguese early music, publishing several books and numerous articles. His book about the musical works of King John IV of Portugal (1603–1656), an accomplished composer who introduced new music to Portugal, was published only in the year after Branco's death (Latino 2001).

    He was the brother of the Portuguese conductor Pedro de Freitas Branco.
    He married Estela Diniz de Ávila e Sousa, born on 18 August 1892, daughter of João Deodato de Ávila e Sousa (b. São Jorge Island, Velas, 10 November 1861) and wife Margarida Diniz, without issue.

    The music on my channel is meant to introduce a large audience to music by unknown classical composers and unknown classical music by famous composers in the music period of about 1870 till about 1970.
    The program presents works by relatively unknown composers and unknown music by well-known composers and has no commercial purposes.
    Tens of thousands of people around the world learn about unknown music through our channel (educational task) and unite the people from the many countries who give their comments and reactions. If someone, for any reason, would deem that a video appearing in this channel violates the copyright, please inform us immediately before you submit a claim to YouTube, and it will be our care to remove immediately the video accordingly.

  • Modern Composers: Contemporary Classical Music by Patricio da Silva

    5:25

    Modern Composers: Contemporary Classical Music by Portuguese American Composer Patricio da Silva, Violin and Harp Music.

    Patricio da Silva, a famous award-winner Portuguese American composer recognized by the critics and audiences alike as one of the best modern composers of contemporary classical music of his era. Recent highlights include:

    In 2017, “Schlinkepuetz - eine Monsteroper”, a theater production for children with music by Patricio at the Stadttheater in Fürth, Germany, “met the laughing-nerve of the audience with pinpoint precision. Great opera, of course“, said the German critic, Matthias Boll, Nürnberger Nachrichten.

    In 2016, Patricio da Silva’s “Music for Violin and Harp” was selected to represent the American Harp Society with the Crimson Duo at the International Harp Conference in Hong Kong.

    Since 2011, Patricio da Silva’s Classical Guitar Concerto has been featured numerous times on the syndicated radio show Classical Guitar Alive, each time broadcast on over 250 classical music stations around the world.

    In 2009, Patricio da Silva was honored to have his work “Three Pieces for Solo Piano” performed by Tzimon Barto during the Schleswig Holstein Music Festival, in a benefit concert with Maestro Christoph Eschenbach for the acquisition of the manuscript of Beethoven’s Diabelli Variations by the Beethoven-Haus in Bonn, Germany.

    Music festivals, concerts, and halls where Patricio da Silva’s classical music compositions have been performed include, among others, Tanglewood Music Festival, Ravinia Music Festival, The Ojai Music Festival, and Aspen Music Festival in the USA, Schleswig-Holstein Musik Festival, Bayerischen Theatertage, Stadttheater Fürth, Ruhr Festival, Historische Stadthalle Wuppertal, Stadttheater Wels, Fruchthalle in Kaiserlauten (Germany), London Festival of American Music (UK), LACMA (Los Angeles), Auditorio de Galicia (Spain), Cistermúsica, Antena 2 and Antena 2 online, Centro Cultural de Belem CCB, Lisbon Music Festival at Culturgest - Fundação Caixa Geral de Depósitos,

    Music composition awards include the Second Biennial International Barto Prize for best contemporary classical piano music Three Movements for Solo Piano, Gould Family Foundation Composers Award and Ojai Festival Music for Tomorrow for the best contemporary classical music composer among California Universities, Foundation of Science and Technology for algorithmic composition, American Music Center, American Composers Forum, Meet the Composer for contemporary orchestral and chamber music. Notable additional support includes the Fundação Luso-Americana, Betty Freeman Foundation, Merril Lynch.

    Stadttheater Fürth, Ojai Music Festival, American Harp Society, Piano Spheres, Cistermusica Festival, David Gutkin, Joao Camilo dos Santos, Berkeley Symphony, Macdowell Colony, Center for Portuguese Studies UC Santa Barbara, Atlantic Center for the Arts, Otto Eckstein Foundation, Norton Stevens Foundation, Ford Schumann Foundation.

    Performers of Patricio da Silva’s works include The Berkeley Symphony Orchestra (Composer in Residence 2008-10), California Ear-Unit, Crimson Duo, Lontano, Lyris Quartet, The Memphis Symphony Orchestra, The Moscow Piano Quartet, New Fromm Players, Orchestra Utopica, Orquestra do Algarve, Shakespeare & Co., Stadttheater Fürth, What’s Next? Ensemble, Stefan Asbury, Jens Barnieck, Tzimon Barto, Ryu Cipris, Gloria Cheng, Joana Carneiro, Cesário Costa, William Eddins, Lorenz Gamma, David Gutkin, Paul Haas, Vimbayi Kaziboni, Michael Kudirka, David Loebel, Julia Oesch, Yevgeniy Milyavskiy, Brian Pezzone, José Rodilla, Mark Robson, Tara Schwab, Ming Tsu, and Laurent Wagner.

    Patrício da Silva received formal musical training at the Escola Superior de Música de Lisboa where he studied piano and composition (B.M. in piano), followed by composition studies in the USA at CalArts (MFA), and the University of California (Ph.D). His composition teachers include António Pinho Vargas, Mel Powel, Stephen L. Mosko, Morton Subotnick, William Kraft, David Cope, Curtis Roads, Michael Gandolfi, John Harbison and Sydney Hodkinson. Seminars with Helmuth Lachenmann, Karlheinz Stockhausen, and Milton Babbitt. Doctoral research at UC Santa Cruz with David Cope and post-doctoral work in Algorithmic Composition, and Music with Artificial Intelligence at Ircam in Paris.

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  • Portuguese Composers Patricio da Silva Piano Quartet

    8:39

    Portuguese Composers: Patricio da Silva Piano Quartet. Contemporary Composers, Portuguese Composers, Modern Composers, Modern Classical Music, Contemporary Classical Music, Modern Classical Composers, Contemporary Music Composers, Modern Music Composers, Contemporary Classical Composers

  • Brazilian pianist, Eliane Rodrigues, LITERALLY taking the performance below the stage!

    8:47

    That time when you have to play a recital at De Doelen in Rotterdam and something is not right with the piano. Who says classical musicians don't have a sense of humor :-) A fantastic way of coping with something that can happen (but mostly doesn't) during a live performance!

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  • Luís de Freitas Branco, Symphonic Poem, SOLEMNIA VERBA 1951

    15:20

    Luís de Freitas Branco, Symphonic Poem, SOLEMNIA VERBA ( 1951)

    Budapest Philarmonic Orchestra
    Gyula Németh, conductor

    Luís Maria da Costa de Freitas Branco (Lisbon, 12 October 1890 – Lisbon, 27 November 1955) was a Portuguese composer, musicologist, and professor of music who played a pre-eminent part in the development of Portuguese music in the first half of the 20th century.
    Luis de Freitas Branco was born into an aristocratic family who for centuries had had close ties to the royal family in Portugal He had a cosmopolitan education, studied piano and violin beginning in childhood and began composing at a precocious age. He studied music in Berlin and Paris, where he worked with Engelbert Humperdinck and other composers. He returned to Portugal and became professor of composition starting in 1916 at the Lisbon Conservatory of Music, where he became a leading force in restructuring musical education. There he taught, among many others, Joly Braga Santos.

    During the 1930s he increasingly encountered political difficulties with the authorities and was finally forced into retirement from his official duties in 1939. He continued to compose, however, and to pursue his research into Portuguese early music, publishing several books and numerous articles. His book about the musical works of King John IV of Portugal (1603–1656), an accomplished composer who introduced new music to Portugal, was published only in the year after Branco's death (Latino 2001).

    He was the brother of the Portuguese conductor Pedro de Freitas Branco.
    He married Estela Diniz de Ávila e Sousa, born on 18 August 1892, daughter of João Deodato de Ávila e Sousa (b. São Jorge Island, Velas, 10 November 1861) and wife Margarida Diniz, without issue.

    The music on my channel is meant to introduce a large audience to music by unknown classical composers and unknown classical music by famous composers in the music period of about 1870 till about 1970.
    The program presents works by relatively unknown composers and unknown music by well-known composers and has no commercial purposes.
    Tens of thousands of people around the world learn about unknown music through our channel (educational task) and unite the people from the many countries who give their comments and reactions. If someone, for any reason, would deem that a video appearing in this channel violates the copyright, please inform us immediately before you submit a claim to YouTube, and it will be our care to remove immediately the video accordingly.

  • Duarte Lobo: Audivi Vocem De Caelo

    3:25

    Duarte Lobo (c. 1565 24 September 1646; Latinized as Eduardus Lupus) was a Portuguese composer of the late Renaissance and early Baroque. He was the most famous Portuguese composer of the time. Along with Filipe de Magalhães, Manuel Cardoso, and John IV, King of Portugal, he is considered to represent the golden age of Portuguese polyphony.
    Details of his life are sparse. He was born in Alcáçovas, and is known to have studied with Manuel Mendes at Évora. His first position was as mestre de capela of the cathedral of Évora; by 1594 he was mestre de capela at the cathedral in Lisbon for forty years. He was also a professor of music at the Colégio do Claustro da Sé in Lisbon, where he taught Manuel Machado, and late in life he was director of a seminary in the same city.
    While chronologically his life overlapped with the beginning of the Baroque music era, he was a composer who used the techniques of Renaissance, Palestrinian polyphony throughout his life, as could be expected in a musically conservative area isolated from the progressive musical trends of Italy and Germany. Published by Plantin in Antwerp, he produced six books of sacred music, including masses, responsories, antiphons, Magnificats, and motets.

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  • Fábio Zanon & Manuel Barrueco talk about Villa Lobos’ Guitar Concerto

    8:24

    The concertos and chamber works on this album show Villa-Lobos’s unceasing enthusiasm for new colours and sonorities in his music. The Concerto for Guitar and Small Orchestra was his last work for the instrument and written for Segovia. A cornerstone of the repertoire, it contains soaring melodies and rhythmic vitality couched in virtuosic writing. Exploring the instrument’s full harmonic and chromatic possibilities, the Concerto for Harmonica is also deftly orchestrated. New and daring sonic combinations are to be heard in the two chamber works demonstrating the composer’s extraordinary gift for seductive lyricism.

    Manuel Barrueco, guitar
    OSESP Ensemble
    São Paulo Symphony Orchestra
    Giancarlo Guerrero, conductor

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    About This Series

    The series The Music of Brazil is part of the project ‘Brasil em Concerto’, developed by the Brazilian Ministry of Foreign Affairs in order to promote music by Brazilian composers dating back to the 18th century. Around 100 orchestral works from the 19th and 20th centuries will be recorded by the Minas Gerais Philharmonic Orchestra, the Goiás Philharmonic Orchestra and the São Paulo Symphony Orchestra. Further recordings of chamber and vocal music will gradually be added to this collection.

    The works were selected according to their historical importance for Brazilian music and the existence of recordings. Most of the works recorded for the series have never had recordings available outside Brazil; many others will have their world premiere recordings. An important part of the project is the preparation of new or even first editions of the works to be recorded, many of which, despite their relevance, have only been available in the composer’s manuscript. This work will be carried out by the Brazilian Academy of Music and by musicologists working together with the orchestras.

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  • Duarte Lobo: Pater Peccavi

    3:25

    Duarte Lobo (c. 1565 24 September 1646; Latinized as Eduardus Lupus) was a Portuguese composer of the late Renaissance and early Baroque. He was the most famous Portuguese composer of the time. Along with Filipe de Magalhães, Manuel Cardoso, and John IV, King of Portugal, he is considered to represent the golden age of Portuguese polyphony.
    Details of his life are sparse. He was born in Alcáçovas, and is known to have studied with Manuel Mendes at Évora. His first position was as mestre de capela of the cathedral of Évora; by 1594 he was mestre de capela at the cathedral in Lisbon for forty years. He was also a professor of music at the Colégio do Claustro da Sé in Lisbon, where he taught Manuel Machado, and late in life he was director of a seminary in the same city.
    While chronologically his life overlapped with the beginning of the Baroque music era, he was a composer who used the techniques of Renaissance, Palestrinian polyphony throughout his life, as could be expected in a musically conservative area isolated from the progressive musical trends of Italy and Germany. Published by Plantin in Antwerp, he produced six books of sacred music, including masses, responsories, antiphons, Magnificats, and motets.

  • Portuguese Party

    3:04

    Provided to YouTube by Warner Classics

    Portuguese Party · Pro Arte Orchestra · George Weldon

    British Composers: Best of British

    ℗ 1963 Warner Classics, Warner Music UK Ltd Digital remastering (p) 1997 Warner Classics, Warner Music UK Ltd

    Conductor: George Weldon
    Orchestra: Pro Arte Orchestra
    Composer: Gilbert Vinter

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  • Marcos Portugal - Il Duca di Foix - Ouverture

    4:45

    Marcos Portugal (March 24, 1762 -- February 17, 1830) was a Portuguese classical composer, who achieved great international fame for his operas in Italian.

    Work: Il Duca di Foix, dramma per musica in two acts, first performance winter 1805, Lisbon.

    Libretto: Giuseppe Caravita

    Ouverture

    Orchestra: Algarve Orchestra

    Conductor: Álvaro Cassuto

  • Fado-The Soul of Portugal

    7:13

    This video details, briefly, the history behind Portugal's most famous music, Fado. This music defines the Portuguese, their culture, and their very existence.
    First song: Barco Negro-Amália Rodrigues. Second song: Uma Casa Portuguesa-Amália Rodrigues

  • Fernando Lopes Graça, Suite Rústica No 1

    14:44

    Fernando Lopes-Graça, Suite Rústica No. 1 (1950)

    1. Andante Con Moto, Ma Semplice
    2. Non Troppo Vivo
    3. Andante
    4. Un Poco Vivo, Grazioso
    5. Lento, Non Troppo
    6. Allegro Moderato

    Royal Scottish National Orchestra
    Álvaro Cassuto, conductor

    Fernando Lopes-Graça, GOSE, GCIH (Tomar, 17 December 1906 – Parede, near Cascais, November 27, 1994) was a Portuguese composer, conductor and musicologist. Lopes-Graça was influenced by Portuguese popular music, which he also studied, continuing the work of the composer and musicologist Francisco de Lacerda. He was a member of the Portuguese Communist Party and strenuously opposed the Estado Novo and its leader António de Oliveira Salazar. He completed the Dicionário de Música (Dictionary of Music), started by his teacher, Tomás Borba, himself a composer.

    The music on my channel is meant to introduce a large audience to music by unknown classical composers and unknown classical music by famous composers in the music period of about 1870 till about 1970.
    The program presents works by relatively unknown composers and unknown music by well-known composers and has no commercial purposes.
    Tens of thousands of people around the world learn about unknown music through our channel (educational task) and unite the people from the many countries who give their comments and reactions. If someone, for any reason, would deem that a video appearing in this channel violates the copyright, please inform us immediately before you submit a claim to YouTube, and it will be our care to remove immediately the video accordingly.

  • Luis Cipriano, Sinfonie No 1, Belmonte

    46:10

    Luis Cipriano, Sinfonie No. 1, Belmonte

    1. Andante - Allegro - Andante
    2. Allegro - Largo - Allegro - Largo - Allegro
    3. Andante - Largo - Andante
    4. Allegro
    5. Andante - Allegro - Andante - Allegro

    Coro Misto da Covilhã
    Orquestra Sinfónica da E.P.A.B.I.
    Luis Cipriano, conductor

    Luis Cipriano (25/09/1964), is a Portuguese composer and conductor. He began his studies musical, by the hand of Professor Carlos Gama. Completed the course of composition, with the teacher Cristopher Bochman in 1988, and held internship teaching in School Eugenio de Castro in Coimbra in the years 1985 e1986. While in the city of C. Branco, directed the Board of Percussion Group of the Women's Choir and Schola Cantorum Camerata of C. Branco. In the year 1998, has earned a Honorable Mention, the Competition New Values of Culture. In the same year won the 1st Prize in Music City, at 2nd Competition for Youth Musical Portuguese in 1990, the 3th prize, in that contest and within the same class. It participate as eardrum percussionist and the Orchestra of Private Schools of Music from 1988 to 1992. He received the 1st premium Composition Competition in the Historical Society of Independence from Portugal in 1991. It was percussionist, the Orchestra of the International Week of Luxembourg, in the years of 1990 and 1991. In the years from 1992 to 2002, was invited composer having led the Orchestra in the presentation of their works. He composed 12 Masses for Symphony Orchestra and Chorus, Trios, Quartetos, Sextetos and Octectos for various types of training House, two Oratória of Christmas, an Ode to Covilhã, two Sinfonias, a Requiem, as well as numerous choirs and orchestral works. He composed pieces for film and theatre. In February 1997 he was awarded the Gold Medal Special by Adolphe Union Grand-Duc of Luxembourg in recognition of their cultural merits. In April 1998 was received by His Holiness Pope John Paul II, who delivered their liturgical works. In 1999 he received the Award of Culture, the Official Gazeta of the Interior. In January 1999 was the Composer chosen by the Palestinians to compose Oratória the debut of Christmas in Bethlehem to mark 2,000 years of the birth of Christ. It Adviser of the Olympics that took place in 2004 Corals in Bremen in Germany and in 2006 in Xiamen in China, was recently invited to the same job in Graz in Austria in 2008.

    The music on my channel is meant to introduce a large audience to music by unknown classical composers and unknown classical music by famous composers in the music period of about 1870 till about 1970.
    The program presents works by relatively unknown composers and unknown music by well-known composers and has no commercial purposes.
    Tens of thousands of people around the world learn about unknown music through our channel (educational task) and unite the people from the many countries who give their comments and reactions. If someone, for any reason, would deem that a video appearing in this channel violates the copyright, please inform us immediately before you submit a claim to YouTube, and it will be our care to remove immediately the video accordingly.

  • Contemporary Classical Music: 21st Century Composers: String Quartet Patricio da Silva

    5:43

    Contemporary Classical Music 21st Century Composers String Quartets Or contemporary classical music for string quartet by 21st century contemporary classical Portuguese American composer Patricio da Silva. The instrumentation string quartet music consists of two violins, one viola and one cello. Best string quartets in music history include a list of classical composer names as Mozart Beethoven Haydn Ravel and Debussy, to name just a few.

    Contemporary string quartet music Or performed in this classical music youtube video by members of What's Next? Ensemble: Sakura Tsai, Edgar Sandoval, violins; John Stulz viola; Stella Cho, cello.

    Download String Quartet Or and other contemporary classical music by Patricio da Silva on Itunes, Amazon, streaming on Pandora, and Spotify...

    Career Highlights

    Patricio da Silva’s Guitar Concerto has been featured on over 250 classical music stations around the world including the syndicated radio show “Classical Guitar Alive”. In 2009, Patricio da Silva was honored to have his work “Three Pieces for Solo Piano” performed by Tzimon Barto during the Schleswig Holstein Music Festival, in a benefit concert with Maestro Christoph Eschenbach for the acquisition of the manuscript of Beethoven’s Diabelli Variations by the Beethoven-Haus in Bonn, Germany. Festivals and concert halls where Patricio da Silva’s music has been performed include among others Tanglewood, Ravinia, The Ojai Music Festival, Aspen, Ruhr Festival, Historische Stadthalle Wuppertal, Stadttheater Wels, German-American Institute Saarbrücken, Long Night of Culture at the Fruchthalle in Kaiserslautern, Hindemith Institut Frankfurt, The Society for Multi-Ethnic Studies MESEA, London Festival of American Music, Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), Auditorio de Galicia, and Yamaha’s YASI in NY.

    Awards and Honors

    Awards include the Second Biennial International Barto Prize, the Gould Family Foundation Composers Award, Ojai Festival Music for Tomorrow, Foundation of Science and Technology, Fundação Luso-Americana, Betty Freeman Foundation, American Music Center, American Composers Forum, and Meet the Composer. Mr. da Silva has received the Otto Eckstein fellowship at Tanglewood, Norton Stevens fellowship at MacDowell Colony, and the Susan and Ford Schumann fellowship at Aspen Music Festival and a residency at the Atlantic Center for the Arts.

    Live Projects

    Performers of Patricio da Silva’s works include, among others, The Berkeley Symphony Orchestra (Composer in Residence 2008-10), California Ear-Unit, Lontano, Lyris Quartet, The Memphis Symphony Orchestra, The Moscow Piano Quartet, New Fromm Players, Orquestra do Algarve, OrchestrUtopica, Shakespeare & Co., What’s Next? Ensemble, Stefan Asbury, Jens Barnieck, Tzimon Barto, Ryu Cipris, Gloria Cheng, William Eddins, Lorenz Gamma, David Gutkin, Paul Haas, Vimbayi Kaziboni, Michael Kudirka, David Loebel, Julia Oesch, Yevgeniy Milavskiy, Brian Pezzone, Ming Tsu, Laurent Wagner and Ian Whitcomb.

    Education

    Patrício da Silva received formal musical training at the Escola Superior de Música de Lisboa where he studied piano and composition (B.M. in piano), followed by composition studies in the USA at CalArts (MFA), and the University of California (Ph.D). His composition teachers include António Pinho Vargas, Mel Powel, Stephen L. Mosko, Morton Subotnick, William Kraft, David Cope, Curtis Roads, Michael Gandolfi, John Harbison and Sydney Hodkinson.

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    Quartet de Cordas pelo compositor Portugues Patricio da Silva.

  • The Renaissance MH

    7:01

    In this month's Music History, Jamie examines the development of the arts during the Renaissance.

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  • Domenico Scarlatti - Sonata in G minor K476

    3:11

    Domenico Scarlatti (1685 - 1757):
    SONATA IN G MINOR (K476/L340)

    Domenico Scarlatti was an Italian composer who spent much of his life in the service of the Portuguese and Spanish royal families. His music was influential in the development of the Classical style and he was one of the few Baroque composers to transition into the classical period. Like his renowned father Alessandro Scarlatti, he composed in a variety of musical forms, although today he is known mainly for his 555 keyboard sonatas.

    Only a small fraction of Scarlatti's compositions were published during his lifetime; Scarlatti himself seems to have overseen the publication in 1738 of the most famous collection, his 30 Essercizi (Exercises). These were well received throughout Europe, and were championed by the foremost English writer on music of the eighteenth century, Charles Burney. Ralph Kirkpatrick numbered these sonatas K1 - K30.

    The many sonatas that were unpublished during Scarlatti's lifetime have appeared in print irregularly in the two and a half centuries since. Scarlatti has attracted notable admirers, including Béla Bartók, Arturo Benedetti Michelangeli, Pieter-Jan Belder, Johannes Brahms, Frédéric Chopin, Emil Gilels, Enrique Granados, Marc-André Hamelin, Vladimir Horowitz, Franz Liszt, Ivo Pogorelich, Scott Ross, Heinrich Schenker, András Schiff, and Dmitri Shostakovich.

    Claire Huangci (2015)

  • Gregorian chant - Deum verum

    8:39

    Medieval Gregorian chant.
    Title: Invitatorium: Deum Verum
    Composer: Etienne de Liege
    Service: Matins of the Feast of the Holy Trinity.
    Performers: Psallentes
    Album: De Liège: In Festo Sanctissimae Trinitatis
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  • Great Composers - Franz Schubert (part 1 at AugustusAurelianus1

    13:01

    Great Composers - Franz Schubert (additional episodes)
    This video represents the continuation of the video in my Master Channel = in other words - part 1 of 4 located at my Master Channel = AugustusAurelianus1) The additional parts are uploaded here due to the intransigence of Youtube vis-a-vis alleged copyright issues
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    Schubert was an Austrian composer whom I consider as one of the greatest composers of Western Civilization.
    Although he died at an early age, Schubert was tremendously prolific. He wrote some 600 Lieder, nine symphonies (including the famous Unfinished Symphony), liturgical music, operas, some incidental music, and a large body of chamber and solo piano music. Appreciation of his music during his lifetime was limited, but interest in Schubert's work increased dramatically in the decades following his death at the age of 31. Franz Liszt, Robert Schumann, Johannes Brahms and Felix Mendelssohn, among others, discovered and championed his works in the 19th Century. Today, Schubert is admired as one of the leading exponents of the early Romantic era in music and he remains one of the most frequently performed composers.

    PORTUGUESE
    Franz Peter Schubert foi um compositor austríaco do fim da era clássica (o qual eu considero como um dos maiores da civilizaco ocidental), com um estilo marcante, inovador e poético do romanticismo. Escreveu cerca de seiscentas canções (o Lied alemão), bem como óperas, sinfonias, incluindo (Sinfonia Incompleta) sonatas entre outros trabalhos. Não houve grande reconhecimento público da sua obra durante sua curta vida; teve sempre dificuldade em assegurar um emprego permanente, vivendo muitas vezes à custa de amigos e do trabalho que o pai lhe dava. Morreu sem quaisquer recursos financeiros com a idade de 31 anos. Hoje, o seu estilo considerado por muitos como imaginativo, lírico e melódico, fá-lo ser considerado um dos maiores compositores do século XIX, marcando a passagem do estilo clássico para o romântico. Podemos defini-lo como mais um artista incompreendido pelos seus contemporâneos.

  • Domenico Scarlatti - Sonata in A minor K61

    2:51

    Domenico Scarlatti (1685 - 1757):
    SONATA IN A MINOR (K61/L136)

    Domenico Scarlatti was an Italian composer who spent much of his life in the service of the Portuguese and Spanish royal families. His music was influential in the development of the Classical style and he was one of the few Baroque composers to transition into the classical period. Like his renowned father Alessandro Scarlatti, he composed in a variety of musical forms, although today he is known mainly for his 555 keyboard sonatas.

    Only a small fraction of Scarlatti's compositions were published during his lifetime; Scarlatti himself seems to have overseen the publication in 1738 of the most famous collection, his 30 Essercizi (Exercises). These were well received throughout Europe, and were championed by the foremost English writer on music of the eighteenth century, Charles Burney. Ralph Kirkpatrick numbered these sonatas K1 - K30.

    The many sonatas that were unpublished during Scarlatti's lifetime have appeared in print irregularly in the two and a half centuries since. Scarlatti has attracted notable admirers, including Béla Bartók, Arturo Benedetti Michelangeli, Pieter-Jan Belder, Johannes Brahms, Frédéric Chopin, Emil Gilels, Enrique Granados, Marc-André Hamelin, Vladimir Horowitz, Franz Liszt, Ivo Pogorelich, Scott Ross, Heinrich Schenker, András Schiff, and Dmitri Shostakovich.

    Claire Huangci (2015)

  • Portuguese Music - Andarilhos

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  • Fernando Lopes Graça, Cello Concerto da Camera, Op 167

    25:40

    Fernando Lopes-Graça, Cello Concerto da Camera, Op. 167

    1. Allegro moderato
    2. Andante
    3. Finale

    Bruno Borralhinho, cello
    Orquestra Gulbenkian
    Pedro Neves, conductor

    Fernando Lopes-Graça, GOSE, GCIH (Tomar, 17 December 1906 – Parede, near Cascais, November 27, 1994) was a Portuguese composer, conductor and musicologist. Lopes-Graça was influenced by Portuguese popular music, which he also studied, continuing the work of the composer and musicologist Francisco de Lacerda. He was a member of the Portuguese Communist Party and strenuously opposed the Estado Novo and its leader António de Oliveira Salazar. He completed the Dicionário de Música (Dictionary of Music), started by his teacher, Tomás Borba, himself a composer.

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  • Alma Adorada by Francisco Mignone | Amelia Farber, Soprano

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    Amelia Farber sings Alma Adorada by Brazilian composer, Francisco Mignone. Steven Lightburn on piano for Amelia's Senior Vocal Recital at Stanford University, 2015

    This piece may be new to all of you, as it was to me this past summer through the Barcelona Festival of Song, and I was lucky enough to perform it with our fantastic instructor, Lenine Santos, who hails from Brazil, in the audience. The composer, Mignone, is one in the canon of Portuguese art songs and also one of the most famous composers in Brazilian classical music, second to renowned Heitor Villa-Lobos, another prolific and spectacular creator of Portuguese art song and orchestral works. Mignone was born in 1897 in Sao Paulo, where he started his musical lessons at the Sao Paulo Conservatory. He studied internationally at the Milan Conservatory a bit later, and then returned to Brazil, where he began teaching and publishing more original compositions. He is an impressively versatile artist, and his musical works include ballets, opera, art songs, choral works, chamber music, orchestral works, and solo piano pieces. Mignone caught on to a popular Brazilian nationalist movement, with the result that many of his pieces have a nationalistic flare, using folk melodies, popular tunes, and elements of Brazilian popular culture. In addition to this rich style, he branched out into more abstract musical directions, following the course of international trends in atonal and polytonal music (two quite distinct styles). Despite his new and often off-putting musical style, Mignone was declared the Brazilian composer of the year in 1968.

    Mignone’s Alma Adorada is one of his more lyrical works for solo voice and piano. Composed in 1918, the song’s text is also by the composer. The piece reflects more Romantic and Italian influences from his study in Milan (and from his familial relations — his father was a renowned Italian flutist). Alma Adorada is one of his earlier works, composed when he was only 21, but it has a lovely, smooth vocal line and is appropriately sincere. The poem details a blissful account of being in love and feeling enveloped in peace, fears put down under a bed of flowers. The sentiment is clear with the repeated “adored soul, dear soul” of the one he loves.

  • Baroque Music - Classical Music from the Baroque Period

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    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
    Andreas Blau, Orchestra da Camera Fiorentina conducted by Giuseppe Lanzetta

    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
    Saulis Dirvanauskas, Kaunas Chamber Orchestra conducted by Silvano Frontalini

    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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  • Manuel Barrueco discusses Villa-Lobos’ Guitar Concerto

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    The concertos and chamber works on this album show Villa-Lobos’s unceasing enthusiasm for new colours and sonorities in his music. The Concerto for Guitar and Small Orchestra was his last work for the instrument and written for Segovia. A cornerstone of the repertoire, it contains soaring melodies and rhythmic vitality couched in virtuosic writing. Exploring the instrument’s full harmonic and chromatic possibilities, the Concerto for Harmonica is also deftly orchestrated. New and daring sonic combinations are to be heard in the two chamber works demonstrating the composer’s extraordinary gift for seductive lyricism.

    Manuel Barrueco, guitar
    OSESP Ensemble
    São Paulo Symphony Orchestra
    Giancarlo Guerrero, conductor

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    The works were selected according to their historical importance for Brazilian music and the existence of recordings. Most of the works recorded for the series have never had recordings available outside Brazil; many others will have their world premiere recordings. An important part of the project is the preparation of new or even first editions of the works to be recorded, many of which, despite their relevance, have only been available in the composer’s manuscript. This work will be carried out by the Brazilian Academy of Music and by musicologists working together with the orchestras.

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  • The Jewish Composers - Salamone deRossi

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    The 16th century Jewish composer Salamone de'Rossi is one of the more elusive figures in the world of Jewish liturgical music. All we know about him is the music which he left to us. In this first podcast in what I hope will be a series on the Jewish composers, my Dad and I try to find out a little more about Salamone de'Rossi the man, how his music was influenced by the world in which he lived and why we know so little about him. The podcast includes examples of de'Rossi’s work performed by the Zamir Chorale of Boston.

  • Avicii - Levels

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  • César Morais, Concerto for cello and Orchestra

    20:34

    César Morais, Concerto for cello and Orchestra

    1. Moderato / Um Pouco Menos
    2. Lento / Um Pouco Mais Vivo / Lento
    3. Allegro / Menos / Um Pouco Mais Vivo / Gracioso / Allegro / Allegretto / Allegro / Allegretto / Allegro

    Martin Ostertag, cello
    Orquestra Clássica do Porto
    Werner Stiefel, conductor

    César Augusto Ribeiro Morais was a Portuguese composer. He was born in Canelas, Vila Nova de Gaia, January 3, 1918 and he died. August 8, 1992.

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  • Top 10 New Composers of 2018 | Best Epic Music

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  • Vintage Brazil Touch - Best Of Vintage Brazilian Songs

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    Vintage Brazil Touch – Best Of Vintage Brazilian Songs

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    Tracklist :
    00:00 - Antonio Carlos Jobim - One Note Samba
    03:20 - Joao Gilberto - Corcovado
    05:14 - Herbie Man - Once I loved
    07:50 - Joao Gilberto - Doralice
    09:15 - Joao Gilberto - O Pato
    11:10 - Stan Getz - Desafinado
    17:02 - Dorival Caymmi - Eu Nao Tenho onde Morar
    19:22 - Sylvia Telles - Dindi
    21:56 - Laurindo Almeida - Tocata
    26:40 - Carlos Lyra - Maria Ninguem
    29:34 - Flavio Farria - Wave
    33:47 - Sergio Mendes - Outra Vez
    36:10 - Stan Getz - Manha de Carnaval
    41:58 - Luiz Bonfa - Samba de Orfeu
    44:02 - Stan Getz - Chega de Saudade
    48:14 - Luis Eça - Aquarela do Brazil
    50:48 - Carlos Lyra - Voce e Eu
    51:48 - Joao Gilberto - Discussao
    53:36 - Os Cariocas - Zelao
    56:26 - Carlos Lyra - Coisa Mais Linda
    57:54 - Agostinho dos Santos - A Felicidade
    01:00:35 – Maysa - Meditacao
    01:03:30 - Joao Gilberto - Meditacao
    01:05:14 - Sylvia Telles - Fotografia
    01:07:56 - Eliseth Cardoso - Outra Vez
    01:09:50 - Joao Gilberto - So Em Teus Bracos
    01:11:37 - Dorival Caymmi - Rosa Morena
    01:13:56 - Dorival Caymmi - Acontece Que Eu Sou Baiano
    01:16:13 - Luiz Bonfa - Manha de Carnaval
    01:19:15 - Luiz Bonfa - Passeio no Rio
    01:21:06 - Bud Shank & Laurindo Almeida - Nocturno
    01:24:38 - Flavio Faria - Essa Moca Ta Differente
    01:28:00 - Stan Getz - Baia
    01:34:40 - Lucio Alves - Lamento Non Morro
    01:37:14 - Carlos Lyra - Cancao do Olhar Amado
    01:39:44 - Sylvia Telles - Samba de Uma Nota So
    01:42:01 - Joao Gilberto - Trevo de Quatro Folhas
    01:43:23 - Tamba Trio - Desafinado
    01:46:06 - Baden Powell - Do Jetto Que a Gente Quer
    01:48:41 - Lucio Alves - Samba Triste
    01:51:17 - Sergio Mendes - Tristeza de Nos Dois
    01:53:29 - Sonia Delfino - O Barquinho
    01:55:40 - Sylvia Telles - Se e Tarde Me Perdoa
    01:57:22 - Joao Gilberto - Amor Certinho
    01:59:13 - Baden Powell - Improviso Em Bossa Nova
    02:01:19 - Flavio Faria - Aquarela do Brazil
    02:05:00 - Carlos Lyra - Quem Quiser Encontrar O Amor
    02:06:57 - Joao Gilberto - Um Abraco No Bonfa
    02:08:33 - Stan Getz - Balanco No Samba
    02:11:32 - Dorival Caymmi - Eu Nao Tenho Onde Morar
    02:13:52 - Eliseth Cardoso - Caminho de Pedra
    02:16:36 - Sergio Ricardo - Pernas
    02:18:34 - Agostinho dos Santos - Dindi
    02:21:11 – Maciel - O Nossor Amor
    02:23:34 - Os Cariocas - Criticando
    02:26:37 - Agostinho dos Santos - O Amor Em Paz
    02:29:26 - Joao Gilberto - Insensatez
    02:31:49 - Carlos Lyra - Nada Como Ter Amor
    02:33:34 - Tamba Trio - Nos E O Mar
    02:35:48 - Sylvia Telles - Corcovado

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  • Marcos Portugal - Crucifixus etiam pro nobis - Côro de Câmara de Lisboa

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    Marcos Portugal was the most famous Luso-Brazilian composer ever. In Europe his notoriety was mainly due to the dramatic works, and particularly due to the opere buffe. In Portugal and Brazil, however, his sacred music, of which we know more than 130 works, exerted an influence (still to ascertain in its entirety) that lasted for more than 100 years. Three of the most paradigmatic 19th century works were written by Marcos Portugal and remained in the churches repertoire until the beginning of the 20th century: the Great Mass in E b major (c.1782-90) [P 01.09],*the Te Deum in D major (1802) [P 04.08], and the Matins of Our Lady of Conception in C major (1802) [P 03.05].*
    Despite this evidence, the composers music is almost entirely unknown, a fact expressed in the lack of editions and in the rarity of recordings of integral works.

  • Luis Cipriano, Requiem

    48:27

    Luis Cipriano, Requiem

    1. Introitus
    2. Kyrie
    3. Sequentia - Dies Irae
    4. Recordare
    5. Confutatis
    6. Lacrimosa
    7. Offertorium - Domine Jesu
    8. Hostias
    9. Sanctus
    10. Benedictus
    11. Agnus Die

    Coro Misto da Covilhã
    Orquestra Sinfónica da E.P.A.B.I.
    Luis Cipriano, conductor

    Luis Cipriano (25/09/1964), is a Portuguese composer and conductor. He began his studies musical, by the hand of Professor Carlos Gama. Completed the course of composition, with the teacher Cristopher Bochman in 1988, and held internship teaching in School Eugenio de Castro in Coimbra in the years 1985 e1986. While in the city of C. Branco, directed the Board of Percussion Group of the Women's Choir and Schola Cantorum Camerata of C. Branco. In the year 1998, has earned a Honorable Mention, the Competition New Values of Culture. In the same year won the 1st Prize in Music City, at 2nd Competition for Youth Musical Portuguese in 1990, the 3th prize, in that contest and within the same class. It participate as eardrum percussionist and the Orchestra of Private Schools of Music from 1988 to 1992. He received the 1st premium Composition Competition in the Historical Society of Independence from Portugal in 1991. It was percussionist, the Orchestra of the International Week of Luxembourg, in the years of 1990 and 1991. In the years from 1992 to 2002, was invited composer having led the Orchestra in the presentation of their works. He composed 12 Masses for Symphony Orchestra and Chorus, Trios, Quartetos, Sextetos and Octectos for various types of training House, two Oratória of Christmas, an Ode to Covilhã, two Sinfonias, a Requiem, as well as numerous choirs and orchestral works. He composed pieces for film and theatre. In February 1997 he was awarded the Gold Medal Special by Adolphe Union Grand-Duc of Luxembourg in recognition of their cultural merits. In April 1998 was received by His Holiness Pope John Paul II, who delivered their liturgical works. In 1999 he received the Award of Culture, the Official Gazeta of the Interior. In January 1999 was the Composer chosen by the Palestinians to compose Oratória the debut of Christmas in Bethlehem to mark 2,000 years of the birth of Christ. It Adviser of the Olympics that took place in 2004 Corals in Bremen in Germany and in 2006 in Xiamen in China, was recently invited to the same job in Graz in Austria in 2008.

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  • Composers Interview FROM HELL update

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    A collection of some of my strangest conversations with the press, all boiled down to one interview - updated from the original xtranormal animation video with human characters. Yes, I was really asked all of these questions by various arts journalists and audience members. The names and situations have been changed to protect the innocent (me).

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  • The transformative power of classical music | Benjamin Zander

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  • Alberto Nepomuceno - Songs: Xácara and Cantilena

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    Alberto Nepomuceno (1864-1920) was born in Fortaleza (Brazil), the city where I live, and is regarded as the first composer to introduce the rhythms and melodies of Brazilian folk music in the Brazilian Classical Music. Because of his compositions with a true Brazilian flavor and the fact he composed Operas and songs mostly in Portuguese (many Brazilian composers used to compose in Italian language by then), he's often called the father of Brazilian nationalism in music.

    Here I'm going to upload seven of his most reknown songs, sung by Brazilian soprano Ruth Staerke. The audio recording will be accompanied by some beautiful pictures I selected of landscapes of my homeland, the state of Ceará in Brazil (Alberto Nepomuceno's homeland, too). I tried to gather photos that describe not only the diversified beauty of that land, but also that express, more or less, the feelings that each of Nepomuceno's songs convey. I really must suggest you the site where I got many of these wonderful pictures (there are many more great photo galleries in it):

    I hope you enjoy the combination of musical and visual pleasure.

    WARNING: Lower the volume before playing this video, because the original recording is very loud.

  • Contemporary Piano Composers Classical Music: Piano Fantasy Music

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    Contemporary Piano Music by Contemporary Classical Music Composer Patricio da Silva. Contemporary Classical Piano Piece Fantasy recorded live by Yevgeniy Milyavskiy, piano solo, commissioned by Los Angeles based Piano Spheres a concert series dedicated to contemporary music, contemporary composers and 21st century music for piano. Modern piano sheet music by contemporary Portuguese American Composer Patricio da Silva for Nocturne and Fantasy as well as other contemporary piano pieces can be best downloaded from

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    Patricio da Silva’s Guitar Concerto has been featured on over 250 classical music stations around the world including the syndicated radio show “Classical Guitar Alive”. In 2009, Patricio da Silva was honored to have his work Three Pieces for Solo Piano performed by Tzimon Barto during the Schleswig Holstein Music Festival, in a benefit concert with Maestro Christoph Eschenbach for the acquisition of the manuscript of Beethoven’s Diabelli Variations by the Beethoven-Haus in Bonn, Germany. Festivals and concert halls where Patricio da Silva’s music has been performed include among others Tanglewood Music Festival, Ravinia, The Ojai Music Festival, Aspen, Ruhr Festival, Historische Stadthalle Wuppertal, Stadttheater Wels, German-American Institute Saarbrücken, Long Night of Culture at the Fruchthalle in Kaiserslautern, Hindemith Institut Frankfurt, The Society for Multi-Ethnic Studies MESEA, London Festival of American Music, Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), Auditorio de Galicia, and Yamaha’s YASI in NY.

    Awards include the Second Biennial International Tzimon Barto Prize for best contemporary piano music, the Gould Family Foundation Composers Award and the Ojai Festival Music for Tomorrow Prize for best young composer in California, Foundation of Science and Technology for work in algorithmic music, Fundação Luso-Americana, Betty Freeman Foundation, American Music Center for orchestral music, American Composers Forum for guitar and violin music, and Meet the Composer for orchestral music. Mr. da Silva has received the Otto Eckstein fellowship at Tanglewood Music Festival, Norton Stevens fellowship at MacDowell Colony, and the Susan and Ford Schumann fellowship at Aspen Music Festival and a residency at the Atlantic Center for the Arts.

    Performers of Patricio da Silva’s works include, among others, The Berkeley Symphony Orchestra (Composer in Residence 2008-10), California Ear-Unit, Lontano, Lyris Quartet, The Memphis Symphony Orchestra, The Moscow Piano Quartet, New Fromm Players, Orquestra do Algarve, OrchestrUtopica, Shakespeare & Co., What’s Next? Ensemble, Stefan Asbury, Jens Barnieck, Tzimon Barto, Tzimon Barto piano, Ryu Cipris, Gloria Cheng, William Eddins, Lorenz Gamma, David Gutkin, Paul Haas, Vimbayi Kaziboni, Michael Kudirka, David Loebel, Julia Oesch, Yevgeniy Milyavskiy, Brian Pezzone, Ming Tsu, Laurent Wagner and Ian Whitcomb.

    Patrício da Silva received formal musical training at the Escola Superior de Música de Lisboa where he studied piano and composition (B.M. in piano), followed by composition studies in the USA at CalArts (MFA), and the University of California (Ph.D). His composition teachers include António Pinho Vargas, Mel Powel, Stephen L. Mosko, Morton Subotnick, William Kraft, David Cope, Curtis Roads, Michael Gandolfi, John Harbison and Sydney Hodkinson.

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  • Viking Wolf Music – From the North | Nordic, Slavic, Germanic

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    Traditional music for you: We are Ean Grimm, Derek Fiechter and Brandon Fiechter ... 3 composers who write instrumental music that's meant to relax and inspire you after a long and stressful day at work. Genres we produce are e.g. Celtic music, Medieval music and Nordic music. If you like to listen to traditional instruments like hurdy gurdy, harp, bagpipes and flutes you came to the right place. Viking Wolf Music – From the North | Nordic, Slavic, Germanic (1 hour)

    Music by Ean Grimm
    Image: © delDrago – stock.adobe.com

    Tracklist:
    1_Zmey by Ean Grimm
    2_Upyr by Ean Grimm
    3_Vyraj by Ean Grimm
    4_Knyaz by Ean Grimm
    5_Medvedi by Ean Grimm

    My name is Ean Grimm and I am an instrumental music composer. My main focus is fantasy music, forest music and celtic music. I design my songs to be enchanted, mystical, relaxing and magical. This music video is great as background music for reading, writing, sleeping, relaxing, studying and working.

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    celtic music, fantasy music, forest music, celtic fantasy music, celtic forest music, forest fantasy music, enchanting celtic music

    SWEDISH:
    keltisk musik, fantasiemusik, skogsmusik, keltisk fantasiemusik, keltisk skogsmusik, skogsfantasmusik, förtrollande keltisk musik

    SPANISH (Mexico, Latin America, USA, Spain):
    Música celta, música de fantasía, música de bosque, música de fantasía celta, música de bosque celta, música de fantasía de bosque, música celta encantadora

    RUSSIAN:
    кельтская музыка, фэнтезийная музыка, лесная музыка, кельтская фэнтезийная музыка, кельтская лесная музыка, лесная фэнтезийная музыка, очаровательная кельтская музыка

    PORTUGUESE (Brazil, Portugal):
    música celta, música de fantasia, música de floresta, música de fantasia celta, música de floresta celta, música de fantasia de floresta, música celta encantadora

    NORWEGIAN:
    keltisk musikk, fantasiemusik, skogsmusikk, keltisk fantasiemusikk, keltisk skogsmusikk, skogfantasi musikk, fortryllende keltisk musikk

    ITALIAN:
    musica celtica, musica fantasy, musica di foresta, musica celtica di fantasia, musica celtic forestale, musica fantasy forestale, musica celtica incantevole

    HINDI (India):
    सेल्टिक संगीत, काल्पनिक संगीत, वन संगीत, सेल्टिक कल्पना संगीत, सेल्टिक वन संगीत, वन काल्पनिक संगीत, मंत्रमुग्ध संगीत

    GERMAN (Germany, Switzerland, Austria):
    keltische Musik, Fantasy-Musik, Waldmusik, keltische Fantasy-Musik, keltische Forest-Musik, Forest-Fantasy-Musik, bezaubernde keltische Musik

    FRENCH (Canada, France, Belgium, Switzerland):
    musique celtique, musique fantastique, musique de forêt, musique fantastique celtique, musique de forêt celtique, musique fantastique de forêt

    FINNISH:
    Keltainen musiikki, fantasiamusiikki, metsämusiikki, kelttiläinen fantasiamusiikki, kelttimetsämusiikki, metsä fantasiamusiikki, lumoava kelttimusiikki

    DUTCH:
    keltische muziek, fantasiemuziek, bosmuziek, keltische fantasiemuziek, keltische bosmuziek, bosfantasmuziek, betoverende keltische muziek

    DANISH:
    keltisk musik, fantasy musik, skovmusik, keltisk fantasy musik, keltisk skov musik, skov fantasy musik, fortryllende keltisk musik


    This channel was started by composer Ean Grimm and is now operated by Ean Grimm, Derek Fiechter and Brandon Fiechter. We upload our own fantasy music. Some of the older videos also feature a few songs by our fellow composer Adrian von Ziegler but other than that, everything you'll find on this channel is written by us. You can always look up all the information concerning credits and copyright in the respective video description.

  • Quarteto de Guitarras de Lisboa - Prima Luce | Promo

    2:46

    “Prima Luce”

    Faced with the immense offer of quality material available in classical music, the Lisbon Guitar Quartet has always sought to achieve a unique and original experience when designing their program concerts, aiming to combine both quality and singularity.
    This was, again, their main aim in designing a program entirely based on Portuguese composers and written for or by this formation. Moreover, all the pieces have been composed in the XXIth century, thus giving the program a fiercely contemporary stance. This was made possible by the participation of composers that are themselves members of the Lisbon Guitar Quartet (André Santos and José Dias) and others from the contemporary composition scene in Portugal (Carlos Marecos, Manuel Durão, Cláudio Cruz, Francisco Tavares).

    Prima Luce, by José Dias, is divided in two very different movements. The first displays images of constant echo, highlighted by how themes are passed on from each one of the guitars to the others. The second movement developing an idea evolving from an initial cluster that progressively becomes more clear, rhythmic and intense.

    André Santos has written two distinct pieces for the Quartet. In Elegia a um poeta andarilho he picks up some of the most well-known themes from José Afonso’s songs and he uses them as the basis for the whole musical work, in which a memory of the past is blended with a flirt with new soundscapes, leading the listener to feel as a traveller between songs from past and unforgettable times. Meditações sobre uma terra despida, originally written for eight guitars, portrays the feeling left by observing the current abandon of a place well past its golden era. The piece’s bipolar nature is patent in two very distinct sections: one of them, the first, marked by energy and virtuosity, and a calm and melancholic second one, which precedes a return to the initial theme.

    Manuel Durão has divided his piece (Ocorrência II) in three movements. The second one, very static and introspective, stands in clear contrast with the others, full of energy and with constant changes in soundscapes. This piece was in fact the first one that was ever written for the Quartet in 2006.

    Francisco Tavares explores reverberation of the four guitars and a sonic continuum present during most of the piece. These elements do blend with a simple and easy to memorize melody, leading the listener to feel strangely familiar with something new and original.

    The piece by Cláudio Cruz Uma carta para a quinta de São Domingos pays tribute to his grandfather and explores two distinct soundscapes. Initially, the movement comes and goes from a general pianissimo to the four guitars in rasgueado fortissimo, leading to a lively rhythm in the section that ends the piece. Towards the end, in a progressive diminuendo, the composer explores some of the timbre resources that guitar has to offer.

    Carlos Marecos’ piece is the only one featured in the album that resorts to instruments other than guitars. It was written for four guitars and marimba, having the latter been played in the album by the renowned Portuguese percussionist Pedro Carneiro. The writing of this piece was a tribute to Richard Wagner, in the bicentenary of his death.
    Música para quatro guitarras e marimba starts with a short movement using harmonics which slowly start to evolve in all guitars. In this section, the famous Tristan Chord is used. The intermediate part of the piece is a constant crescendo with all the four guitars contributing to a climax that is reached in the transition to the cadence, in which the marimba assumes the central role. This piece ends with a temporary return of the most lively section recovering the initial theme in harmonics. Finally, it is noteworthy that a version of the piece for four guitars only does exist and that it will be presented in concert whenever Pedro Carneiro is not available to perform as a guest with the quartet.

    This journey through recent worlds, all composed during the last decade, results in a special and unique concert that allows the listener to travel through several contemporary and distinctive languages brought by four guitars – a formation that only achieve notoriety during the XXth century and whose repertoire we expect to further enrich with this contribution.

  • Viking Fantasy Music – The Crow | Folk, Nordic, Germanic

    1:13:36

    Traditional music for you: We are Ean Grimm, Derek Fiechter and Brandon Fiechter ... 3 composers who write instrumental music that's meant to relax and inspire you after a long and stressful day at work. Genres we produce are e.g. Celtic music, Medieval music and Nordic music. If you like to listen to traditional instruments like hurdy gurdy, harp, bagpipes and flutes you came to the right place. Viking Fantasy Music – The Crow | Folk, Nordic, Germanic (1 hour)

    Music by Ean Grimm
    Image: © Fernando Cortés – stock.adobe.com

    Tracklist:
    1_Wodanaz
    2_Punraz
    3_Teiwaz
    4_Wulpuz
    5_Ingwaz

    My name is Ean Grimm and I am an instrumental music composer. My main focus is fantasy music, forest music and celtic music. I design my songs to be enchanted, mystical, relaxing and magical. This music video is great as background music for reading, writing, sleeping, relaxing, studying and working.

    Copyright: Please note that the music as well as the picture are protected by copyright. If you want to avoid copyright claims and/or more serious consequences, do not try to re-upload any part of this video under any circumstances.

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    Outro music: This video also includes Cliffs of Fate and Sunlight Mountain by Ean Grimm.

    Enjoy the songs,
    Ean Grimm (Composer)

    This instrumental music video is great for an international audience interested in:

    ENGLISH (USA, United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, Ireland, India):
    celtic music, fantasy music, forest music, celtic fantasy music, celtic forest music, forest fantasy music, enchanting celtic music

    SWEDISH:
    keltisk musik, fantasiemusik, skogsmusik, keltisk fantasiemusik, keltisk skogsmusik, skogsfantasmusik, förtrollande keltisk musik

    SPANISH (Mexico, Latin America, USA, Spain):
    Música celta, música de fantasía, música de bosque, música de fantasía celta, música de bosque celta, música de fantasía de bosque, música celta encantadora

    RUSSIAN:
    кельтская музыка, фэнтезийная музыка, лесная музыка, кельтская фэнтезийная музыка, кельтская лесная музыка, лесная фэнтезийная музыка, очаровательная кельтская музыка

    PORTUGUESE (Brazil, Portugal):
    música celta, música de fantasia, música de floresta, música de fantasia celta, música de floresta celta, música de fantasia de floresta, música celta encantadora

    NORWEGIAN:
    keltisk musikk, fantasiemusik, skogsmusikk, keltisk fantasiemusikk, keltisk skogsmusikk, skogfantasi musikk, fortryllende keltisk musikk

    ITALIAN:
    musica celtica, musica fantasy, musica di foresta, musica celtica di fantasia, musica celtic forestale, musica fantasy forestale, musica celtica incantevole

    HINDI (India):
    सेल्टिक संगीत, काल्पनिक संगीत, वन संगीत, सेल्टिक कल्पना संगीत, सेल्टिक वन संगीत, वन काल्पनिक संगीत, मंत्रमुग्ध संगीत

    GERMAN (Germany, Switzerland, Austria):
    keltische Musik, Fantasy-Musik, Waldmusik, keltische Fantasy-Musik, keltische Forest-Musik, Forest-Fantasy-Musik, bezaubernde keltische Musik

    FRENCH (Canada, France, Belgium, Switzerland):
    musique celtique, musique fantastique, musique de forêt, musique fantastique celtique, musique de forêt celtique, musique fantastique de forêt

    FINNISH:
    Keltainen musiikki, fantasiamusiikki, metsämusiikki, kelttiläinen fantasiamusiikki, kelttimetsämusiikki, metsä fantasiamusiikki, lumoava kelttimusiikki

    DUTCH:
    keltische muziek, fantasiemuziek, bosmuziek, keltische fantasiemuziek, keltische bosmuziek, bosfantasmuziek, betoverende keltische muziek

    DANISH:
    keltisk musik, fantasy musik, skovmusik, keltisk fantasy musik, keltisk skov musik, skov fantasy musik, fortryllende keltisk musik


    This channel was started by composer Ean Grimm and is now operated by Ean Grimm, Derek Fiechter and Brandon Fiechter. We upload our own fantasy music. Some of the older videos also feature a few songs by our fellow composer Adrian von Ziegler but other than that, everything you'll find on this channel is written by us. You can always look up all the information concerning credits and copyright in the respective video description.

  • Mozart Camargo Guarnieri, Symphony No 2, Uirapuru

    24:02

    Mozart Camargo Guarnieri, Symphony No. 2, Uirapuru (1945).

    1. Enérgico
    2. Terno
    3. Festivo

    Orquestra Sinfônica Municipal de Campinas
    Benito Juarez, conductor

    Guarnieri was born in Tietê, São Paulo, and registered at birth as Mozart Guarnieri, but when he began a musical career, he decided his first name was too pretentious and subject to puns. Thus he adopted his mother's maiden name Camargo as a middle name, and thenceforth signed himself M. Camargo Guarnieri. In 1948, he legally changed his name to Mozart Camargo Guarnieri, but continued to sign only the initial of his first name. One of his brothers was named Rossine (a Portuguese misspelling of Rossini) Guarnieri, another one Verdi Guarnieri.

    He studied piano and composition at the São Paulo Conservatório, and subsequently worked with Charles Koechlin in Paris. Some of his compositions received important prizes in the United States in the 1940s, giving Guarnieri the opportunity of conducting them in New York, Boston, Los Angeles and Chicago. A distinguished figure of the Brazilian national school, he served in several capacities; conductor of the São Paulo Orchestra, member of the Academia Brasileira de Música, and Director of the São Paulo Conservatório, where he taught composition and orchestral conducting. In 1936 he was the first conductor of the Coral Paulistano choir. His œuvre comprises symphonies, concertos, cantatas, two operas, chamber music, many piano pieces, and over fifty canções. Some consider him to be the most important Brazilian composer after Heitor Villa-Lobos. Shortly before his death in São Paulo in 1993, he was awarded the Gabriela Mistral Prize by the Organization of American States as the greatest contemporary composer of the Americas.

    The music on my channel is meant to introduce a large audience to music by unknown classical composers and unknown classical music by famous composers in the music period of about 1870 till about 1970.
    The program presents works by relatively unknown composers and unknown music by well-known composers and has no commercial purposes.
    Tens of thousands of people around the world learn about unknown music through our channel (educational task) and unite the people from the many countries who give their comments and reactions. If someone, for any reason, would deem that a video appearing in this channel violates the copyright, please inform us immediately before you submit a claim to YouTube, and it will be our care to remove immediately the video accordingly.

  • Cukunft live in Portugal

    8:12

    Cukunft live in Portugal (13mar2010)

    ARTIST: Cukunft

    COUNTRY: Poland

    GENRE: Old Klezmer wedding music. Jewish folk music. Improvised Jewish music from Eastern Europe.

    DESCRIPTION: The musicians interpret traditional pieces from the interwar and pre-war periods as well as compose new works. Their repertoire is always based on musicological and sociological studies.

    MORE ABOUT: The band Cukunft (the future in Yiddish) was established by guitarist Raphael Rogiński. The idea of the project is the continuation of the Jewish musical tradition of Eastern Europe with all its richness and in all its forms and genres. The musicians interpret pre-war pieces, and compose their own using the entire spectrum of Jewish music which, for them, remains very much alive. Cukunfts repertoire is created spontaneously, but is also backed by serious musical and sociological research. In its original line-up a few years back, Cukunft prepared and performed the pieces of Mordechaj Gebirtig (b. 1877, d. 1942), who lived and composed in Cracow during the interwar period. This material was featured on the bands EP entitled Lider fun Mordechaj Gebirtig which was released in 2004. In their subsequent line-up, which featured a bassoon and percussion, Cukunft worked with pieces by Polish composers to the words of Jewish poets (Icyk Manger, Mosche Shneur, David Beigelman and others) as well as with music composed by Raphael Rogiński. That time the band focused on the tradition of the Jewish city music. The understated, even minimalistic way of performing allows audiences to really delve into the sound of contemporary Jewish music as that contemporary character is experienced by the musicians. Currently, the band is focused almost entirely on Jewish country music from the Galicia region. Processed through Cukunfts original sound, some of the traditional dances frejlaks, turkiszer or voleks are becoming the contemporary repertoire for a modern klezmer orchestra. Currently, the bands line-up includes Raphael Rogiński on electric guitar, Paweł Szamburski on clarinet, Paweł Szpura on drums and Michał Górczyński on bass clarinet.

    FOR FURTHER INFO + BOOKINGS:
    info@redorange.org.uk

  • Allegro by Carlos de Seixas

    1:09

    Allegro
    First movement from Toccata No. 8 in F
    Carlos de Seixas

    ABRSM
    Piano Exam Pieces 2017 & 2018
    A:2

    Carlos de Seixas was a virtuoso on the organ and harpsichord, and the most prominent Portuguese keyboard composer of the early 18th century. In 1718, at the age of only 14, he succeeded his father as organist of Coimbra Cathedral. He moved to Lisbon in 1720 and became organist of the Royal Chapel, a post he held for the rest of his life. He is said to have composed 700 toccatas, but fewer than 100 survive. In style they are not dissimilar to Scarlatti's sonatas, and the two composers were well acquainted--between 1720 and 1728 they were colleagues at the Royal Chapel, Lisbon.

  • Domenico Scarlatti - Sonata in G major K431

    54

    Domenico Scarlatti (1685 - 1757):
    SONATA IN G MAJOR (K431/L83)

    Domenico Scarlatti was an Italian composer who spent much of his life in the service of the Portuguese and Spanish royal families. His music was influential in the development of the Classical style and he was one of the few Baroque composers to transition into the classical period. Like his renowned father Alessandro Scarlatti, he composed in a variety of musical forms, although today he is known mainly for his 555 keyboard sonatas.

    Only a small fraction of Scarlatti's compositions were published during his lifetime; Scarlatti himself seems to have overseen the publication in 1738 of the most famous collection, his 30 Essercizi (Exercises). These were well received throughout Europe, and were championed by the foremost English writer on music of the eighteenth century, Charles Burney. Ralph Kirkpatrick numbered these sonatas K1 - K30.

    The many sonatas that were unpublished during Scarlatti's lifetime have appeared in print irregularly in the two and a half centuries since. Scarlatti has attracted notable admirers, including Béla Bartók, Arturo Benedetti Michelangeli, Pieter-Jan Belder, Johannes Brahms, Frédéric Chopin, Emil Gilels, Enrique Granados, Marc-André Hamelin, Vladimir Horowitz, Franz Liszt, Ivo Pogorelich, Scott Ross, Heinrich Schenker, András Schiff, and Dmitri Shostakovich.

    Alexandre Tharaud (2011)

  • Domenico Scarlatti - Sonata in F minor K466

    5:55

    Domenico Scarlatti (1685 - 1757):
    SONATA IN F MINOR (K466/L118)

    Domenico Scarlatti was an Italian composer who spent much of his life in the service of the Portuguese and Spanish royal families. His music was influential in the development of the Classical style and he was one of the few Baroque composers to transition into the classical period. Like his renowned father Alessandro Scarlatti, he composed in a variety of musical forms, although today he is known mainly for his 555 keyboard sonatas.

    Only a small fraction of Scarlatti's compositions were published during his lifetime; Scarlatti himself seems to have overseen the publication in 1738 of the most famous collection, his 30 Essercizi (Exercises). These were well received throughout Europe, and were championed by the foremost English writer on music of the eighteenth century, Charles Burney. Ralph Kirkpatrick numbered these sonatas K1 - K30.

    The many sonatas that were unpublished during Scarlatti's lifetime have appeared in print irregularly in the two and a half centuries since. Scarlatti has attracted notable admirers, including Béla Bartók, Arturo Benedetti Michelangeli, Pieter-Jan Belder, Johannes Brahms, Frédéric Chopin, Emil Gilels, Enrique Granados, Marc-André Hamelin, Vladimir Horowitz, Franz Liszt, Ivo Pogorelich, Scott Ross, Heinrich Schenker, András Schiff, and Dmitri Shostakovich.

    Bohumír Stehlík (2018)

  • Alberto Nepomuceno, Sinfonia em Sol menor Symphony in G minor

    33:09

    Alberto Nepomuceno, Sinfonia em Sol menor (Symphony in G minor) (1893)

    1. Allegro com
    2. Andante quasi adagio
    3. Presto
    4. Con Fuoco

    Orquestra Sinfônica Municipal de Campinas
    Benito Juarez, conductor

    Alberto Nepomuceno (July 6, 1864 – October 16, 1920) was a Brazilian composer and conductor.
    Nepomuceno was born in the city of Fortaleza, capital of the state of Ceará in northeastern Brazil. He was the son of Vitor Augusto Nepomuceno and Maria Virginia de Oliveira Paiva. He started studying music with his father, who was a violinist, organist, teacher and chapel-master at the Cathedral of Fortaleza, Brazil. In 1872, he moved with his family to Recife (Brazil), where he started studying piano and violin. Later on, he became one of the most important defenders of the Republican and Abolitionist causes in Brazil, being very active in several campaigns over that time period, leading to the overthrow of the Monachy and creation of the First Brazilian Republic in 1889. However, he did not stop being a musician, and at the age of eighteen, he became director of the Carlos Gomes Club where all the important music concerts happened in Recife, Brazil.

    In 1885, he presented for the first time his compositions, a series of songs all in Portuguese, at the Musical National Institute. The main objective of the concert was to oppose those who thought Portuguese was inappropriate for the bel canto. He was very criticised for doing that and he started a true battle against several newspapers and music critics. His battle for the nationalisation of the classical music was extended by his work at the Popular Concert Association from 1896–1906, where he promoted the recognition of several Brazilian Composers.

    In 1888, he was able to leave for Europe to further his musical studies. In Rome he studied with Giovanni Sgambati. In 1890, he moved to Berlin where he studied composition with Heinrich von Herzogenberg and continued his piano studies with the famous teacher Teodor Leszetycki at the Stern Conservatory. In Lechetitzky's class, he met a Norwegian student whom he married in 1893. She had been a student and friend of Edvard Grieg and Nepomuceno moved to Bergen after his wedding and lived in Grieg's house. Grieg, of course, was a proponent of nationalism in composition. Nepomuceno's friendship with Grieg was instrumental in convincing him to write music which reflected Brazilian culture. Before leaving Europe he visited Paris where he met such luminaries as Camille Saint-Saëns and Vincent d'Indy.

    He subsequently returned to Brazil where he taught at the Institutio Nacional de Musica in Rio de Janeiro. Later Gustav Mahler engaged him to conduct at the Vienna Opera but illness prevented this. He eventually returned to Europe in 1910 for a series of concerts in Brussels, Geneva and Paris. During this trip he became good friends with Debussy. Back in Brazil, he fought for the use of Portuguese in opera and song and remained the leading musical personality there until his death in Rio, aged 56. Heitor Villa-Lobos was among his many students.
    Among his other works are the operas Abul (1905), Artemis (1898), Electra (1894) and the unfinished O Garatuja, the Orchestral Pieces (1888), Sinfonia in G minor (1893) and Serenata (1902).

    The music on my channel is meant to introduce a large audience to music by unknown classical composers and unknown classical music by famous composers in the music period of about 1870 till about 1970.
    The program presents works by relatively unknown composers and unknown music by well-known composers and has no commercial purposes.
    Tens of thousands of people around the world learn about unknown music through our channel (educational task) and unite the people from the many countries who give their comments and reactions. If someone, for any reason, would deem that a video appearing in this channel violates the copyright, please inform us immediately before you submit a claim to YouTube, and it will be our care to remove immediately the video accordingly.

  • Nier:Automata BGM - Forest Kingdom

    15:02

    The theme of the forest kingdom area of Nier:Automata, instrumental and vocal versions combined and extended.

    For the King!!

    Game: Nier:Automata
    Developer: Platinum Games
    Publisher: Square Enix
    Composers: Keiichi Okabe, Keigo Hoashi

    Character Art: Akihiko Yoshida
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  • Frank Sinatra - Adeste Fideles Traditional Christmas Music

    2:37

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    Frank Sinatra - Adeste Fideles (1946)

    O Come, All Ye Faithful (originally written in Latin as Adeste Fideles) is a Christmas carol which has been attributed to various authors, including John Francis Wade (1711–1786), with the earliest copies of the hymn all bearing his signature, John Reading (1645–1692) and King John IV of Portugal (1604–1656).
    The original four verses of the hymn were extended to a total of eight, and these have been translated into many languages. The English translation of O Come, All Ye Faithful by the English Catholic priest Frederick Oakeley, written in 1841, is widespread in most English speaking countries. The present harmonisation is from the English Hymnal (1906).
    An original manuscript of the oldest known version, dating from 1751, is held by Stonyhurst College in Lancashire.
    Besides John Francis Wade, the tune has been purported to be written by several musicians, from John Reading and his son to Handel and even Gluck, including the Portuguese composers Marcos Portugal or the king John IV of Portugal himself. Thomas Arne, whom Wade knew, is another possible composer. There are several similar musical themes written around that time, though it can be hard to determine whether these were written in imitation of the hymn, the hymn was based on them, or they are totally unconnected.
    Wade included it in his own publication of Cantus Diversi (1751). It was published again in the 1760 edition of Evening Offices of the Church. It also appeared in Samuel Webbe's An Essay on the Church Plain Chant (1782).
    FROM WIKIPEDIA:
    Francis Albert Frank Sinatra (December 12, 1915 – May 14, 1998) was an American singer, actor, and producer who was one of the most popular and influential musical artists of the 20th century. Sinatra's music has been considered timeless by many. He is one of the best-selling music artists of all time, having sold more than 150 million records worldwide. Born in Hoboken, New Jersey, to Italian immigrants, he began his musical career in the swing era with Harry James and Tommy Dorsey. He found success as a solo artist after being signed by Columbia Records in 1943, becoming the idol of the bobby soxers. He released his first album, The Voice of Frank Sinatra, in 1946. Sinatra's professional career had stalled by the early 1950s, and he turned to Las Vegas, where he became one of its best known performers as part of the Rat Pack. His career was reborn in 1953 with the success of From Here to Eternity and his subsequent Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor. He signed with Capitol Records and released several critically lauded albums, including In the Wee Small Hours (1955), Songs for Swingin' Lovers! (1956), Come Fly with Me (1958), Only the Lonely (1958) and Nice 'n' Easy (1960).
    Sinatra left Capitol in 1960 to start his own record label, Reprise Records, and released a string of successful albums. In 1965 he recorded the retrospective September of My Years, starred in the Emmy-winning television special Frank Sinatra: A Man and His Music, and scored hits with Strangers in the Night and My Way. After releasing Sinatra at the Sands, recorded at the Sands Hotel and Casino in Vegas with frequent collaborator Count Basie in early 1966, the following year he recorded one of his most famous collaborations with Tom Jobim, the album Francis Albert Sinatra & Antonio Carlos Jobim. It was followed by 1968's collaboration with Duke Ellington. Sinatra retired for the first time in 1971, but came out of retirement two years later and recorded several albums and resumed performing at Caesars Palace. In 1980 he scored a Top 40 hit with (Theme From) New York, New York. Using his Las Vegas shows as a home base, he toured both within the United States and internationally until a short time before his death in 1998.
    FROM WIKIPEDIA:

  • O FELIZ CULPA NUESTRA. MANUEL DE SUMAYA CORO SCHILLER

    2:32

    O FELIZ CULPA NUESTRA. MANUEL DE SUMAYA CORO SCHILLER
    solista Ivan Fahed Tostado Nuñez
    Pianista Daniel Villegas
    Concierto del Instituto Schiller en el Teatro Emiliana de Zubeldia 2003
    directora Tania Pérez Fernández


    Recitativo:
    Como aunque culpa, todos no
    tuvieron,
    en el error de Adán, los animales,
    troncos, pájaros, brutos y cristales;
    y no obstante sintieron, el horroroso
    crimen que temieron:
    Hoy, que este daño viene a repararse,
    con el hombre pretenden alegrarse.

    Aria:
    O feliz, culpa nuestra,
    que tanto redentor logra triunfante
    con tal fineza muestra,
    que le obligó a nacer,
    vivir y padecer,
    el Ser amante.



    Manuel de Sumaya o Manuel de Zumaya (Ciudad de México, 1678 — Oaxaca, 1755), fue un compositor, organista y director de coro mexicano, que suele ser considerado el representante más prolijo del barroco musical en el continente americano y posiblemente el más famoso de entre los compositores mexicanos del periodo colonial de Nueva España. Fue autor de la primera ópera mexicana, La Parténope (1711) con un libreto que luego utilizaría en 1730 Georg Friedrich Händel para una ópera del mismo nombre.
    Contenido.

    Organista, compositor y director de coro, fue maestro de capilla de la Catedral de México desde 1715, en sustitución de Antonio de Salazar,siendo uno de los primeros criollos en ocupar este puesto. En 1738 pasó a ocupar el magisterio de la capilla musical de la Catedral de Oaxaca, siguiendo al Obispo Tomás Montaño, con el que había desarrollado gran amistad y contra las enérgicas y continuadas protestas del Cabildo de la Catedral de México, que pedía que se quedase. Allí residirá hasta su fallecimiento el 21 de Diciembre de 1755.

    Sus obras denotan multiplicidad de estilo.Se le considera maestro tanto del antiguo estilo renacentista como del Barroco.
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    Manuel de Zumaya or Manuel de Sumaya (c. 1678 & ndash; 1755) was perhaps the most famous Mexico|Mexican composer of the colonial period of New Spain . His music was the culmination of the Baroque music|Baroque style in the New World ; of Spanish, French, Dutch, British, and Portuguese colonial composers, none stand out as much as Zumaya did. He was the first person in the western hemisphere to compose an Italian-texted opera , entitled Partenope (Zumaya)|Partenope (now lost).
    Life
    Manuel de Zumaya was born in Mexico
    In 1715, he was appointed chapelmaster of Mexico City 's cathedral , and was one of the first Americans to become one. He served there until 1738 when he moved to Oaxaca , where he followed his close friend Bishop Tomas Montaño against the vigorous and continuous protests of the Mexico City Cathedral Chapel Council for him to stay.
    Manuel de Zumaya died on December 21, 1755, in Oaxaca, where he had resided since 1738.
    Style
    His works are a multiplicity of his talents and styles. He was a master of the older Renaissance style and of the newer Baroque style.
    In 1711, the new Viceroy, Don Fernando de Alencastre Noroña y Silva. Duke of Linares, an devotee of Italian opera, commissioned Zumaya to translate Italian libretti and write new music for them. The libretto of the first, La Parténope survives in the National Library of Mexico | Biblioteca Nacional de Mexico in Mexico City , though the music has been lost.

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    Only a small fraction of Scarlatti's compositions were published during his lifetime; Scarlatti himself seems to have overseen the publication in 1738 of the most famous collection, his 30 Essercizi (Exercises). These were well received throughout Europe, and were championed by the foremost English writer on music of the eighteenth century, Charles Burney. Ralph Kirkpatrick numbered these sonatas K1 - K30.

    The many sonatas that were unpublished during Scarlatti's lifetime have appeared in print irregularly in the two and a half centuries since. Scarlatti has attracted notable admirers, including Béla Bartók, Arturo Benedetti Michelangeli, Pieter-Jan Belder, Johannes Brahms, Frédéric Chopin, Emil Gilels, Enrique Granados, Marc-André Hamelin, Vladimir Horowitz, Franz Liszt, Ivo Pogorelich, Scott Ross, Heinrich Schenker, András Schiff, and Dmitri Shostakovich.

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    Domenico Scarlatti (1685 - 1757):
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    Domenico Scarlatti was an Italian composer who spent much of his life in the service of the Portuguese and Spanish royal families. His music was influential in the development of the Classical style and he was one of the few Baroque composers to transition into the classical period. Like his renowned father Alessandro Scarlatti, he composed in a variety of musical forms, although today he is known mainly for his 555 keyboard sonatas.

    Only a small fraction of Scarlatti's compositions were published during his lifetime; Scarlatti himself seems to have overseen the publication in 1738 of the most famous collection, his 30 Essercizi (Exercises). These were well received throughout Europe, and were championed by the foremost English writer on music of the eighteenth century, Charles Burney. Ralph Kirkpatrick numbered these sonatas K1 - K30.

    The many sonatas that were unpublished during Scarlatti's lifetime have appeared in print irregularly in the two and a half centuries since. Scarlatti has attracted notable admirers, including Béla Bartók, Arturo Benedetti Michelangeli, Pieter-Jan Belder, Johannes Brahms, Frédéric Chopin, Emil Gilels, Enrique Granados, Marc-André Hamelin, Vladimir Horowitz, Franz Liszt, Ivo Pogorelich, Scott Ross, Heinrich Schenker, András Schiff, and Dmitri Shostakovich.

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