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  • Black and Brown Composers in Baroque Latin America: An Introduction to the Repertoire

    1:4:53

    Presenter: Henry Lebedinsky
    Hosted by Maria Romero


    An introduction to and survey of repertoire by composers of color and native-born South American composers from Brazil, Peru, Cuba, Mexico, Guatemala, and Bolivia from 1600 to 1800, with an emphasis on villancicos, cantatas, and other works for voices and chamber ensemble. Discussion topics include African and native influences, programming ideas, and sourcing of scores and performance materials.


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    Henry Lebedinsky has performed on historical keyboards with Seattle Opera, the Seattle Symphony, the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra, the Charlotte Symphony, Seraphic Fire, and the Cantata Collective, among others. With Stephen Stubbs, he is the co-Artistic Director of Seattle's Pacific MusicWorks, and the founder and director of PMW's Underground concert series, dedicated to educating and entertaining new audiences about the world of Baroque and Classical music in unconventional, fun, and boozy venues. Mr. Lebedinsky is also the co-director of the San Francisco Bay Area-based Agave Baroque, with which he has recently released two albums with countertenor Reginald L. Mobley on the VGo Recordings label. He and Mr. Mobley have spent the past decade introducing listeners near and far to music by Black composers from the past 250 years, including recent appearances at the Musée d'Orsay in Paris and Festival Printemps Musical des Alizés in Morocco.


    Maria Romero Ramos is a versatile modern and historical violinist specializing in the performance practices from the Baroque and Classical periods. She switches comfortably between different styles of bows and performs on both gut and modern strings. Romero is a candidate for the Doctor of Music degree in violin in the studio of Kevork Mardirossian at Indiana University, where she also obtained a M.M. degree. While at Indiana, she studied baroque violin with Stanley Ritchie and violin pedagogy with Mimi Zweig. Romero holds a Graduate Artist Certificate and B.M. degree from the University of North Texas under the of Julia Bushkova on the modern violín and Cynthia Roberts on the baroque violin, and the mentorship of lutenist Lyle Nordstrom. She also holds an Executive Graduate Certificate in Social Enterprise, Cultural Agency, Teaching Artistry, and Civic Leadership from the Global Leaders Program.

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  • Domenico Scarlatti - Sonata in G minor K76

    2:14

    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)

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  • The Brazilian Guitar

    55:38

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    Artists: Flavio Apro (guitar)



    About this Album:
    On this varied and atmospheric album, accomplished guitarist Flávio Apro selects pieces from nine different composers, all representative of the evolution of classical Brazilian guitar music over the course of the late-19th and 20th centuries. What connects many of these luminaries is their ability to bring European dance forms into their musical world and then to mould them into something different by injecting elements of Brazilian musical tradition. Particularly striking examples of this are João Pernambuco, whose Sons de Carrilhões incorporates elements of European polka, yet embellished with rhythmic and harmonic repetitions that conjure up numerous surprises for the listener; and Egberto Gismonti, whose work fuses traditional Brazilian genres with elements of jazz, classical, world and contemporary music.

    Meanwhile, other composers from this collection push the envelope of guitar composition in different ways. Leo Brouwer’s challenging, four-part Sonata del Caminante travels through waves of landscape-evoking intensity, via extremes of tempo, dynamics and scope; while Rafael Altro’s Homenagem is a true test of the performer’s dexterity and skill.

    Tracklist:
    00:00:00 Sons de Carrilhões (Arr. Apro)
    00:04:02 Suite Antiga: ‘Aria’ (Arr. Apro)
    00:08:24 Odeon (Arr. Apro)
    00:11:20 Desvairada (Arr. Apro)
    00:14:47 Modinha
    00:19:03 Homenagem
    00:22:58 Sonata del Caminante Vision de la Amazônia – El Gran Sertão – Danza Festiva – Toccata Nordestina
    00:40:47 Esperança
    00:44:33 A Santa Ceia Segundo Athayde
    00:48:39 Dança das Cabeças (Arr. Apro)

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  • 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

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  • Spanish Classical Music | 17th Century Music From The Spanish Territories

    55:53

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    Composers: Antonio de Cabezón, Andrea Falconieri, Bartolomé de Selma y Salaverde, Bernardo Storace, Francesco Corbetta, Gaspar Sanz, Girolamo Montesardo, Santiago de Murcia
    Artists: Cordevento, Erik Bosgraaf (recorders), Izhar Elias (baroque guitars), Alessandro Pianu (harpsichord & organ)

    This collection draws directly from the works of Italian and Spanish guitarists Girolamo Montesardo, Carlo Calvi, Gaspar Sanz, Santiago de Murcia and Francesco Corbetta, keyboard players Antonio de Cabezón, Bernardo Storace, Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck and Pieter de Vois, and authors of solo and chamber music for a variety of other instruments, Andrea Falconieri, Bartolomé de Selma y Salaverde and Jacob van Eyck.

    Emblem and ambassador of Spanish culture, it is the guitar that threads the story together, intrinsically intertwined with the Spanish fondness for variation sets on harmonic grounds. Spain’s imperial history explains the wide geographical variety of composers, though even the Dutch Sweelinck seeks to bring local colour to his sober Low Countries aesthetic in his Pavana Hispanica. Elsewhere there are variations on the perennially popular ‘La Follia’, jolly Correntes and tarantellas, and more sinuous diferencias and intabulations of love-songs. They are all performed by a trio of young and talented musicians who bring great rhythmic vitality and a freshly imaginative approach to this inventive act of reconstruction.

    00:00:00 Corriente dicha la Cuella
    01:03:16 La Suave Melodia, y su corrente
    00:04:00 Il Rosso, brando
    00:04:50 Sinfonia a due
    00:07:24 Tarantelas
    00:10:53 Canzon terza
    00:16:22 Pavane de Spanje
    00:17:57 Pavana hispanica
    00:20:30 Corrente dicha l’Avellina
    00:21:27 Il Spiritillo, brando
    00:22:26 Alemana dicha Villega
    00:24:35 Follie in G.sol.re.ut
    00:27:26 La Monarcha
    00:31:23 Follia
    00:35:42 Corrente
    00:36:44 Repicavan
    00:38:49 Canzon seconda
    00:41:50 Diferencias sobre la pavana italiana
    00:45:06 La Esfachata de Nápoles
    00:45:53 La Cavalleria de Nápoles, con dos clarines
    00:48:38 La Benedetta
    00:50:46 La Prudenza, corrente
    00:51:58 Corriente dicha la Mota, echa para D. Pedro dela Mota
    00:53:00 Brando dicho el Melo
    00:54:18 Pavaniglia

  • Domenico Scarlatti - Sonata in D minor K32

    2:46

    Domenico Scarlatti (1685 - 1757):
    SONATA IN D MINOR (K32/L423)

    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.

    Maria Tipo (2003)

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  • Vintage Brazil Touch - Best Of Vintage Brazilian Songs

    2:38:25

    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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  • MUS 103: Pronunciation of Foreign Composers Names

    5:20

    In chronological order; recorded with the help of the Text-To-Speech feature of Google Translate.

  • Beethoven Documentary - The Genius of Beethoven 1/3 The Rebel

    58:44

    Amazing BBC documentary about the musical genius Ludwig Van Beethoven!

    A powerful, moving and accurate documentary based on the life of Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827). Paul Rhys's masterful portrayal of Beethoven is particularly noteworthy, doing well to vividly convey the isolation and despair Beethoven experienced throughout his life, while insightful narration from the popular conductor, composer and presenter Charles Hazlewood does well to add a sophisticated educational dimension to the series.

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  • João Domingos Bomtempo, Symphony No 2, in D major

    36:23

    João Domingos Bomtempo, Symphony No. 2, in D major

    1. Sostenuto - Allegro Moderato (00:00)
    2. Allegretto (12:37)
    3. Minueto - Allegro (19:07)
    4. Finale - Allegro (27:17)

    Bamberg Symphony Orchestra
    Claudio Scimone, conductor



    João Domingos Bomtempo (Portuguese pronunciation: [ʒuˈɐ̃w̃ duˈmĩɡuʃ bõˈtẽpu]; also Buontempo; Lisbon, 28 December 1775 – Lisbon, 18 August 1842) was a Portuguese classical pianist, composer and pedagogue.
    Bomtempo was the son of an Italian musician in the Portuguese court orchestra, and studied at the Music Seminary of the Patriarchal See in Lisbon. Unlike most of his contemporaries, he was not interested in opera and, in 1801, instead of going to Italy, he traveled to Paris, where he started a career as a virtuoso pianist. He moved to London in 1810 and became acquainted with liberal circles in that city.

    During 1822 he returned to Lisbon, and founded there a Philharmonic Society to promote public concerts of contemporary music. After the Portuguese civil war between liberals and absolutists had resulted in a liberal victory, Bomtempo became a music teacher to the young Queen Maria II of Portugal and first Director of the National Conservatory, created in 1835 to replace the old Patriarchal Seminary, which had been abolished by the new liberal regime.

    Bomtempo composed a vast number of concertos (many of them newly published by Soundpost.org), sonatas, variations and fantasies for the piano. His two known symphonies are the first to be produced by a Portuguese composer. But his largest work, and probably his masterpiece, is his Requiem in memory of Luís de Camões, which has been released on CD.

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    The program presents works by relatively unknown composers and unknown music by well-known composers and has no commercial purposes.
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  • Celtic Medieval Music - Medieval Town Square | Folk, Fantasy, Traditional

    2:10:27

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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. Celtic medieval music about life in a medieval town with a town square, a village market, a several inns and taverns, a cobbler's shop, and many other medieval shops and places.

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    Tracklist :

    1. Cobblestone Village
    2. Wild Boar's Inn
    3. Market Town
    4. Timber Town
    5. Medieval Market
    6. Court Minstrel
    7. Halfling Inn
    8. Medieval Festival
    9. Brown Fox Inn

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    #medieval #town #village #rpg


    ~ All music is composed by Derek and Brandon Fiechter ~


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

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    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

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    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

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    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

  • Domenico Scarlatti - Sonata in B flat major K551

    4:27

    Domenico Scarlatti (1685 - 1757):
    SONATA IN B FLAT MAJOR (K551/L396)

    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.

    Anne Queffélec (2015)

  • Baroque Music - Classical Music from the Baroque Period

    2:33:55

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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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  • Domenico Scarlatti - Sonata in F minor K481

    6:10

    Domenico Scarlatti (1685 - 1757):
    SONATA IN F MINOR (K481/L187)

    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)

  • Ernesto Halffter, Sonatina, Ballet in One Act 1928

    40:01

    Ernesto Halffter, Sonatina, Ballet in One Act (1928)

    1. Introducción
    2. La Princesa (El Dragón)
    3. Rigaudon
    4. Zarabanda
    5. Giga
    6. La Pastora (Escena y Danza)
    7. Las Doncellas (Fandango)
    8. La Gitana (Escena y Danza)
    9. El Príncipe (Aparición El Beso)
    10. Danza final.

    Orquesta Filarmonica de Gran Canaria
    Adrian Leaper, conductor

    Ernesto Halffter Escriche (16 January 1905 – 5 July 1989) was a Spanish composer and conductor.
    Halffter was born in Madrid and studied at the Colegio Alemán. He wrote his earliest composition at the age of six, and in 1922 his piano teacher Fernando Ember performed three pieces from Crepúsculos at the Ritz Hotel in Madrid. After meeting Manuel de Falla in 1923, Halffter sent Falla the score of his Homenajes trio for violin, cello and piano, which began a long relationship that included composition lessons from Falla.

    Halffter's Sinfonietta is one of his earliest and best works; it shows the influence of Domenico Scarlatti. Later, he became more nationalistic with Rapsodia portuguesa for piano and orchestra, composed in 1938, during the Spanish Civil War. He wrote music for a dozen films. Perhaps the most noteworthy is Don Quixote de la Mancha, the 1947 film version of Miguel de Cervantes's classic novel. He also adapted and conducted the music for El amor brujo (1967), based on the ballet by Falla. It was directed by Francisco Rovira Beleta, was nominated for an Oscar and features guitarist Narciso Yepes.

    In 1934 Halffter became director and conductor of the Seville Conservatory of Music but, being married to the Portuguese pianist Alice Câmara Santos, chose to live in Lisbon during this period up to 1954. His only pupil was the Finnish composer Ann-Elise Hannikainen, who also became his life companion during his later life.

    When Falla died in 1946, he left his opera Atlántida incomplete; Ernesto Halffter was asked to complete it. It premiered in 1962, but Halffter later revised it. The second version was completed in 1976.

    In 1974, the Dalí Theatre and Museum in Figueras, Spain, was opened. Halffter was a personal friend of Salvador Dalí, and was asked to write a piece of music to celebrate the event. In response he composed Homenaje a Salvador Dali.

    Halffter was awarded Spain's Premio Nacional de Música for composition in 1984. He died in Madrid.

    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.

  • Domenico Scarlatti - Sonata in G minor K43

    3:32

    Domenico Scarlatti (1685 - 1757):
    SONATA IN G MINOR (K43/L40)

    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.

    Christian Ihle Hadland (2018)

  • Guitar Concerto Patricio da Silva

    10:47

    Guitar Concerto by Patricio da Silva, Classical Guitar Contemporary Music, Classical Guitar Concerto, Concerto for Classical Guitar Portuguese American Classical Music composer Patricio da Silva Contemporary Music Composers Classic Guitar with Orchestra Youtube Classical Music Classical Music Youtube Video Guitar Keep Calm and Carry On Classical Guitar Concerto #contemporaryclassicalmusic #classicalmusic #concerto by Patricio da Silva guitar solo by Michael Kudirka and What's Next? Ensemble dir. maestro Vimbayi Kaziboni: classical music classical modern music contemporary classical contemporary classic music concierto guitarra modern guitar
    classical guitar concerto de aranjuez music contemporary guitar music 21st century classical guitar music guitar instrumental american classical guitar music.

    Featured #GuitarConcerto on syndicated radio show Classical Guitar Alive, #classicalmusic #20thcentury #classical #music Keep Calm and Carry On #Guitar #Concerto by Patricio da Silva has received over a thousand radio broadcasts #ClassicalMusic radio stations across the globe, following multiple feature appearances on the radio show presented by guitarist Tony Morris. Patricio da Silva's mix of lyrical, romantic, jazz and ethnic overtones bring echoes of spanish #guitarmusic fused with #contemporary American European #ClassicalMusic. Da Silva's contemporary Classical Guitar Concerto has been compared to Aranjuez concerto, Spanish guitar music, and of the most popular and famous guitar concertos of all times, classical music for guitar and orchestra by Rodrigo (a.k.a Concierto Aranjuez). RDP 2 National Radio called Guitar Concerto by Patricio da Silva Smooth, Refreshing & Exciting!, Great Music in Hard Times said KUSC, Classical Music Radio Los Angeles.

    Guitar Concerto by Patricio da Silva performed by Michael Kudirka, #classicalguitar solo, and the What's Next? Ensemble directed by Vimbayi Kaziboni, with Sakura Tsai, Edgar Sandoval, violin; John Stulz, viola; Stella Cho, cello; Harish Kumar, bass; Tara Schwab, flute; Carmen Izzo, clarinet; Michael Kudirka, guitar; Katherine Norring, piano; Caster Teoh, trumpet; Brian Foreman, drums/percussion.

    Portuguese / American #composer Patrício da Silva received formal musical training at the Escola Superior de Música de Lisboa (B.M. in piano) composition studies in the USA at CalArts (MFA), and the University of California (Ph.D); post-doctoral work in algorithmic composition at Ircam in Paris and U.K.

    Composition awards include the Second Biennial International Tzimon 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, 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.

    In 2009, Mr. da Silva was honored to have his work Three Pieces for Solo Piano performed by American pianist #TzimonBarto during the Schleswig Holstein Music Festival, in a special benefit concert with Maestro Christoph Eschenbach for the acquisition of the manuscript of Beethoven's Diabelli Variations by the Beethoven-Haus in Bonn, Germany. In 2011, his Guitar Concerto was featured on over 250 classical music stations around the world. Other festivals and concert halls where Mr. da Silva's instrumental music has been performed include #Tanglewood Music Festival, Ravinia Music Festival, The #OjaiMusic #musicfestival, Aspen Music Festival, Ruhr Festival, Historische Stadthalle Wuppertal, Stadttheater Wels, London Festival of American Music, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Auditorio de Galicia, Piano Spheres Los Angeles, Yamaha's YASI in New York, SCRIME in Bordeaux.

    Performers of his works include 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, Shakespeare & Co., What's Next? Ensemble, Stefan Asbury, Tzimon Barto piano, Ryu Cipris, Paul Haas, Gloria Cheng, #JoanaCarneiro, Cesário Costa, William Eddins, Lorenz Gamma, David Gutkin, Paul Haas, Vimbayi Kaziboni, Michael Kudirka, David Loebel, Brian Pezzone, José Rodilla, Mark Robson, Gloria Cheng, Joana Carneiro, Tara Schwab, Ming Tsu, Laurent Wagner and Ian Whitcomb.

    His music has been programmed in live concerts both in the USA from Los Angeles to New York, and abroad from Portugal to Spain, France, Italy, Germany, UK, Denmark and China.

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  • Lute - what is it? How is it played? With history of the lute and demonstrations

    12:19

    #whatisalute #lutehistory #lute101 #lutedemonstration
    What is a lute? If you are wondering then this video is for you! It takes you through a brief history of the lute and then explains in detail the baroque 13-course lute, mandora and 20th century lute with demonstration performances of music by Weiss, Giuliani and Carulli.

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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)

  • Domenico Scarlatti - Sonata in E minor K198

    2:58

    Domenico Scarlatti (1685 - 1757):
    SONATA IN E MINOR (K198/L22)

    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.

    Vladimir Horowitz (1964)

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  • Amália O Centenário: Maria Emília Canta Complicada Teia Em Casa de Amália Rodrigues Fado De Portugal

    4:01

    Amália O Centenário: Maria Emília Canta Complicada Teia Em Casa de Amália Rodrigues Fado De Portugal.

    Em Casa d´Amália é um programa inspirado nas célebres noites em que Amália Rodrigues recebia em sua casa, na Rua de São Bento, poetas, cantores, pintores, músicos, atores, mas acima de tudo amigos, para tertúlias infindáveis, que entravam pela noite dentro. Em Casa d´Amália, pela mão de José Gonçalez, vamos falar sobre a nossa cultura, a nossa história, a nossa realidade atual transmitida muitas vez através do Fado. Queremos também falar do passado com o conhecimento do presente, mas acima de tudo rumar ao futuro do Fado. Uma canção identitária de um Povo, convertida e elevada à condição de Património da Humanidade. Assim, nada melhor que voltar à Rua de São Bento. À casa do expoente máximo da cultura musical portuguesa, cá dentro e lá fora, à sala que foi palco de inúmeras noites memoráveis. Aqui vamos repor as tertúlias em que artistas, músicos, autores, compositores, poetas, pintores, pensadores e amigos, em conversas informais, visam constituir também um documento sobre o Fado para a posteridade, e partilhar memórias, vivências, experiências e saberes

    Amália The Centenary: Maria Emília Sings Complicated Web At Amália Rodrigues Fado's House.

    In Casa d´Amália is a program inspired by the famous nights when Amália Rodrigues received poets, singers, painters, musicians, actors at her home, on Rua de São Bento, but above all friends, for endless gatherings, which late night. In Casa d´Amália, by José Gonçalez, we are going to talk about our culture, our history, our current reality transmitted many times through Fado. We also want to talk about the past with the knowledge of the present, but above all, head towards the future of Fado. An identity song of a People, converted and elevated to the status of World Heritage. So, nothing better than returning to Rua de São Bento. To the home of the greatest exponent of Portuguese musical culture, inside and outside, to the room that was the stage for countless memorable nights. Here we will replace the gatherings in which artists, musicians, authors, composers, poets, painters, thinkers and friends, in informal conversations, aim to also constitute a document about Fado for posterity, and to share memories, experiences, experiences and knowledge.

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

    1:13:36

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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 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:

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    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.

  • 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.

  • PORTUGUESE COMPOSERS: OPERA: CLASSICAL MUSIC

    5:27

    PORTUGUESE COMPOSERS Opera CLASSICAL MUSIC Opera PORTUGUESE COMPOSERS Operetta




    OPERA CLASSICAL MUSIC PORTUGAL instrumental music modern opera contemporary opera modern composers contemporary composers contemporary classical music

  • 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.

  • Armando José Fernandes, Violin Concerto in E major

    31:24

    Armando José Fernandes, Violin Concerto in E major (1948)

    1. Allegro assai
    2. Scherzo:Allegretto
    3. Andantino sostenuto
    4. Finale:Molto vivace

    Alexandre Da Costa, violin
    Extremadura Symphony Orchestra
    Jesús Amigo, conductor

    Armando José Fernandes (Lisbon, 26 July 1906 - Lisbon, 3 May 1983) was a neoclassical Portuguese composer; with Jorge Croner de Vasconcelos, Fernando Lopes-Graça, and Pedro do Prado, one of the group of four who dominated mid-20th-century Portuguese music. After studying at the National Conservatory of Lisbon (Conservatório Nacional de Lisboa in Portuguese), he won a three-year scholarship to Paris and became a pupil of, among others, Nadia Boulanger.

    Originally trained as a concert pianist, Fernandes came to concentrate more on composition and teaching. He composed, among other works, a cello sonata, a violin concerto, and numerous piano pieces. His work, usually of an intimate character, occasionally contains virtuosic passages. It has been described as [pursuing] a more conventional neoclassical path, albeit with great finesse.
    Most of his works were written for the national broadcasting station.
    From 1940 onwards he taught at the Academia de Amadores de Música in Lisbon, and from 1953 to 1976 at the Lisbon Conservatory.
    He also produced editions of early music from Portugal.

    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.

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  • Domenico Scarlatti - Sonata in G major K547

    4:30

    Domenico Scarlatti (1685 - 1757):
    SONATA IN G MAJOR (K547/LS28)

    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.

    Maria Tipo (2003)

  • Domenico Scarlatti - Sonata in C major K159

    2:37

    Domenico Scarlatti (1685 - 1757):
    SONATA IN C MAJOR (K159/L104)

    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.

    Irena Koblar (2007).

  • Luis Maria da Costa de Freitas Branco, Symphony No 2 in B flat minor

    42:32

    Luis Maria da Costa de Freitas Branco, Symphony No. 2 in B-flat minor (1926-27)

    1. Andante-Allegro
    2. Andantino con moto
    3. Allegro vivace
    4. Adagio. Allegro

    Extremadura Symphony Orchestra
    Jesús Amigo, 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 (Harper 2013, 61). 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).

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  • José Vianna da Motta, Symphony in A major, Op 13, Á Pátria To the Homeland

    40:55

    José Vianna da Motta, Symphony in A major, Op.13, Á Pátria (To the Homeland) (1895)

    1. Allegro eroico
    2. Adagio molto
    3. Vivace
    4. Andante lugubre-Allegro agitato(Decadence-Fight-Resurgence)

    Hungarian State Orchestra
    Mátyás Antal, conductor

    José Vianna da Motta (sometimes spelt 'Viana da Mota') (22 April 1868 – 1 June 1948) was a Portuguese pianist, teacher, and composer. He was one of the last pupils of Franz Liszt.

    José Vianna da Motta was born on São Tomé Island, a Portuguese territory at the time where his father, also a great amateur musician, had opened a pharmacy. Moving with his family to Continental Portugal, he settled in Colares, near Sintra, where he soon showed his unusual skills in music, and in playing and composing works for the piano.

    In Berlin he had lessons from Xaver Scharwenka and Philipp Scharwenka before studying with Franz Liszt at Weimar in 1885 and with Hans von Bülow two years later. In the following years he undertook many concert tours all round the world. Although he was renowned for his virtuosity he was also dedicated to the music of J. S. Bach and Beethoven - playing all of the latter's 32 piano sonatas in a series of concerts in Lisbon in 1927. He also included lesser known composers in his recitals, playing, for example, works by Charles-Valentin Alkan at the Wigmore Hall in London in 1903. He also made a number of transcriptions of Alkan's pedalier pieces into two hand versions.

    Vianna da Motta was also close to his fellow virtuoso Ferruccio Busoni, and wrote the programme notes for Busoni's major series of piano concerto concerts in Berlin.

    Vianna da Motta was also a composer in his own right, including orchestral works (one of them a symphony) as well as piano pieces. On 25 October 1906, Motta recorded ten piano rolls for Welte-Mignon including three of his own compositions. He was Director of the Lisbon Conservatory from 1919 to 1938. Amongst his pupils there was the pianist Sequeira Costa.
    He died in Lisbon in 1948, aged 80.

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  • Pedini, Ugoletti: La Follia

    1:16:59

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    Composer: Carlo Pedini, Paolo Ugoletti
    Artists: KLK String Orchestra, Ferdinando Nazzaro (conductor)

    Contemporary Italian twists on a famous Baroque dance on an ancient/modern crossover album of new and world premiere recordings.

    No one knows who first used the term ‘Folia’ to describe a kind of Portuguese dance, or even when it became associated with a particular theme immortalised by Arcangelo Corelli in the last of his Op.5 violin sonatas. However, as La Folia or La Follia, the theme has been improvised on and updated ever since then, all drawing on the noble dignity of the original and its simple, affective power.

    Born in 1956, Carlo Pedini produced a half-hour set of variations on ‘La Follia’ in 2007, and scored them for string orchestra: this is the first internationally available recording, made by an ensemble drawn from the string section of the KLK Symphony Orchestra in Ukraine. They are conducted here by a contemporary and countryman of Pedini’s Ferdinando Nazzaro, who founded the new-music ensemble attached to the KLK orchestra.

    Complementing La Follia here is another neo-Baroque work of Pedini’s, a set of three substantial pieces for string orchestra with a central adagio and a finale dedicated to the art of the neoclassical painter Antonio Canova. The album concludes with a second set of ‘La Follia’ variations by Paolo Ugoletti, also born in 1956 and a fellow student of Franco Donatoni. These take the theme into the territory of pop, with variations marked ‘Boogie-Woogie’ and ‘Funky’ using innovative string techniques.

    Dedicated to the conductor of this recording, Ugoletti’s rhapsody ‘Il sentiero dei castagni’ (The Chestnut-Tree Path) completes this album which is a must-hear for fans of attractive tonal music by contemporary composers off the beaten track.

    This new recording presents symphonic works based on the famous Spanish dance La Follia, as used by Corelli, by two contemporary Italian composers: Carlo Pedini and Paolo Ugoletti.
    Carlo Pedini (born 1956) was self-taught till he took lessons from Franco Donatoni and Salvatore Sciarrino. From 1996 till 2003 he was Artistic Director of the Sagra Musicale Umbra, one of the oldest festivals in Europe. Here he presented world premieres of works by Philip Glass, Morricone and Brouwer.
    The works by Pedini and Ugoletti on the famous La Follia theme are full of contrasts: eclectic, with occasional excursions into jazz and related popular music, they present a kaleidoscope of colours, complex dance rhythms and orchestral glitter.
    Played by the KLK String Orchestra conducted by Ferdinando Nazzaro. The composers provide their own liner notes in the booklet.

    Tracklist:

    Carlo Pedini:
    00:00:00 La follia: Tema di Corelli
    00:01:24 La follia: I. Introduzione e danza
    00:05:29 La follia: II. Pizzicato scherzando
    00:08:15 La follia: III. Idea fissa
    00:09:49 La follia: IV. Adagio
    00:12:11 La follia: V. Fuga 7Carlo Pedini: VI. Anni ’80
    00:14:40 La follia: VII. Rondò impazzito

    00:20:29 Paolo Ugoletti: Il sentiero dei castagni

    Carlo Pedini:
    00:25:41 3 Pieces for String Orchestra: I. Canone di Pedini
    00:40:58 3 Pieces for String Orchestra: II. Adagio
    00:47:41 3 Pieces for String Orchestra: III. Canova 2016

    00:53:38 Paolo Ugoletti: Variazioni sul tema della follia

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  • Festival da Canção 2010 - Find Your Singer!

    10:01

    Have one or more songs to submit? We'll keep updating this list of Portuguese singers so you can search.


    This post will be entirely in english so all european composers can follow it.
    We'll keep updating this list and count on everybody's collaboration.

    If you're a Fan and have some ideas of who you would like to see in the National Final, send us your ideas, we'll list them.

    If you're a singer and are interested in participating, send us your info.

    Members of our site (PortugalnoESC), can simply leave a comment to this post, everybody else, just send us an email to fc2010singers@portugalnoesc.com

    Simply include the singer's name and url to his webpage, composer's can then search everyone's webpage and contact them through it.

    This list, in no way, represents the wishes and availability of the singers to compete. It's up to the Composers to contact them and discuss it.

    If any composer needs to contact a particular singer and can't get a contact, send us an email and we'll try to help.

    Read the Festival da Canção 2010 Participating Rules in Portuguese and in English

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  • 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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  • Ruy Coelho

    13:19

    Ruy Coelho (1889-1986) (Portugal)
    Piano Concerto No. 1 in G major (1932). The title and date on the video cover is wrong.
    Pianist : Valera Cid
    Dir : Ruy Coelho

    1- Allegro (5.31)
    2- Andante (3.17)
    3- Allegro (4.17)

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  • Manuel Barrueco discusses Villa-Lobos’ Guitar Concerto

    5:08

    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 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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  • 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.

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  • 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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  • Domenico Scarlatti - Sonata in C major K514

    3:10

    Domenico Scarlatti (1685 - 1757):
    SONATA IN C MAJOR (K514/L1)

    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.

    Christian Ihle Hadland (2018)

  • Renaissance and Baroque Music.Love History ! Beautiful Castle in France.

    23:24

    Renaissance and Baroque Music.Love History ! Beautiful Castle in France.Tours Blois were royal place for centuries with the french king and queen.
    Great musicians play in a chateau in the loire valley in France.
    End of medieval and middle ages period.Renaissance took place in italy france spain portugal
    #renaissance #baroque #music
    Renaissance composers :
    Monteverdi, John Bull, Pierre Attaingnant, Jacques Arcadelt, Eustache du Caurroy,Heinrich Finck, Claude Gervaise, Nicolas Gombert, Francisco Guerrero, Paul Hofhaimer Heinrich Isaac, Luis de Milán, Thomas Morley, Diego Ortiz, Luys de Narváez, Alonso Lobo, Claudio Merulo, Claude Le Jeune, Peter Philips.Thoinot Arbeau , William Byrd, Antonio de Cabezón, John Dowland ,Guillaume Dufay Giles Farnaby.

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  • Amália O Centenário Ana Sofia Varela canta Maldição na casa d’ Amália Rodrigues Fados de Portugal

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    Amália O Centenário Ana Sofia Varela canta Maldição na casa d’ Amália Rodrigues Fados Música de Portugal ????????.

    Em Casa d´Amália é um programa inspirado nas célebres noites em que Amália Rodrigues recebia em sua casa, na Rua de São Bento, poetas, cantores, pintores, músicos, atores, mas acima de tudo amigos, para tertúlias infindáveis, que entravam pela noite dentro. Em Casa d´Amália, pela mão de José Gonçalez, vamos falar sobre a nossa cultura, a nossa história, a nossa realidade atual transmitida muitas vez através do Fado. Queremos também falar do passado com o conhecimento do presente, mas acima de tudo rumar ao futuro do Fado. Uma canção identitária de um Povo, convertida e elevada à condição de Património da Humanidade. Assim, nada melhor que voltar à Rua de São Bento. À casa do expoente máximo da cultura musical portuguesa, cá dentro e lá fora, à sala que foi palco de inúmeras noites memoráveis. Aqui vamos repor as tertúlias em que artistas, músicos, autores, compositores, poetas, pintores, pensadores e amigos, em conversas informais, visam constituir também um documento sobre o Fado para a posteridade, e partilhar memórias, vivências, experiências e saberes.

    Amália Centenário Ana Sofia Varela sings Maldição at the house of Amália Rodrigues Fados Música de Portugal ????????.

    In Casa d´Amália is a program inspired by the famous nights when Amália Rodrigues received poets, singers, painters, musicians, actors at her home, on Rua de São Bento, but above all friends, for endless gatherings, which late night. In Casa d´Amália, by José Gonçalez, we are going to talk about our culture, our history, our current reality transmitted many times through Fado. We also want to talk about the past with the knowledge of the present, but above all, head towards the future of Fado. An identity song of a People, converted and elevated to the status of World Heritage. So, nothing better than returning to Rua de São Bento. To the home of the greatest exponent of Portuguese musical culture, inside and outside, to the room that was the stage for countless memorable nights. Here we will replace the gatherings in which artists, musicians, authors, composers, poets, painters, thinkers and friends, in informal conversations, aim to also constitute a document about Fado for posterity, and to share memories, experiences, experiences and knowledge.

  • Leo Smit - Trio for Flute, Viola and Harp

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    - Composer: Leopold {Leo} Smit (14 May 1900 -- Sobibor extermination camp, 30 April 1943)
    - Performers: Virginie Reibel-Escoffier (flute), Florent Bremond (viola), Valeria Kafelnikov (harp)
    - Year of recording: 2011

    Trio for Flute, Viola and Harp, written in 1926.

    Leo Smit was a Dutch composer of Portuguese-Jewish descent, who studied piano at the Amsterdam Conservatory, and later composition with Bernard Zweers and Sem Dresden. The Concertgebouw Orchestra performed his work Silhouetten at that time. Critics noted ‘the use of peculiar African jazz band sound combinations’. Smit moved to Paris in 1927, then the bustling musical centre of the world. Here his music was influenced by compositions from colleagues like Ravel, Debussy and Stravinsky, which can be clearly heard. He was also good friends with Ravel, Milhaud and Honegger. Halfway through the 1930s he discovered his own unique style: a harmonic mixture of lyricism, impulsiveness, spirituality and intellect. He returned to Amsterdam in 1937 and continued his work as a composer during the War. On 27 April 1943, Leo Smit was transported to Sobibor, where he was exterminated three days later.

    The Trio for flute, viola and harp was dedicated to the Dutch Jewish harpist Rosa Spier, who was his muse. During the war she was captured and her house was ravished by the Nazis. A neighbour who noticed the harp being taken away, interfered with the soldiers. He gave them money so as to keep the harp. The harp remained with him all throughout the War. Rosa Spier survived the Holocaust. When she came home, she found her harp which the neighbour had kept for her.

    Influenced by contemporary French composers such as Debussy and Roussel, this Trio (and his Quintet) are typical of Smit´s style, combining dissonant harmonies and melodies. There is a great resemblance to Debussy's Trio for Flute, Viola and Harp, which was the first trio written for this combination. This work work can be seen as a great hommage to the master. The Trio for flute, viola and harp was edited in 1928 in Paris by Editions Maurice Senart and that same year the Quintet was premiered by the famous 'Quintette Instrumentale de Paris', with flutist René le Roy and the harpist Pierre Jamet, at a concert of the Société Musicale Indépendante.

    The Trio is dedicated: à Madame Rosa Spier.

  • Scarlatti - sonata k 388

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    La musica e’ una delle vie per le quali l’anima ritorna al cielo
    Music is one of the ways for which the soul returns to heaven
    Musik ist eine der Arten, auf die die Seele in den Himmel zurückkehrt
    La musique est l'un des moyens par lesquels l'âme retourne au ciel
    La música es una de las formas en que el alma regresa al cielo
    A música é uma das formas pelas quais a alma retorna ao céu
    الموسيقى هي إحدى الطرق التي تعود بها الروح إلى السماء
    音乐是灵魂回归天堂的方式之一
    音楽は、魂が天国に帰る道の一つです
    Музыка - один из способов возвращения души к небу
    (T.Tasso)


    Giuseppe Domenico Scarlatti (Naples, 26 October 1685 – Madrid, 23 July 1757) was an Italian composer. He is classified primarily as a Baroque composer chronologically, although 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. He spent much of his life in the service of the Portuguese and Spanish royal families.
    Domenico Scarlatti was born born in 1685, the same year as Johann Sebastian Bach and George Frideric Handel. Scarlatti was the sixth of ten children of the composer and teacher Alessandro Scarlatti. His older brother Pietro Filippo was also a musician.
    Scarlatti first studied music under his father. Other composers who may have been his early teachers include Gaetano Greco, Francesco Gasparini, and Bernardo Pasquini, all of whom may have influenced his musical style. Muzio Clementi brought Scarlatti's sonatas into the classical style by editing what is known to be its first publication. He was appointed as composer and organist at the royal chapel in Naples in 1701. In 1703, he revised Carlo Francesco Pollarolo's opera Irene for performance at Naples. Soon afterwards, his father sent him to Venice. After this, nothing is known of Scarlatti's life until 1709, when he went to Rome and entered the service of the exiled Polish queen Marie Casimire. It was in Rome that he met Thomas Roseingrave. Scarlatti was already an accomplished harpsichordist: there is a story of a trial of skill with George Frideric Handel at the palace of Cardinal Ottoboni in Rome where he was judged possibly superior to Handel on the harpsichord, although inferior on the organ. Scarlatti has been heralded as the greatest Italian harpsichord composer of all time. Later in life, Scarlatti was known to cross himself in veneration when speaking of Handel's skill. While in Rome, Scarlatti composed several operas for Queen Casimire's private theatre. He was Maestro di Cappella at St. Peter's from 1715 to 1719. In 1719 he travelled to London to direct his opera Narciso at the King's Theatre.
    Detail of a painting by Gaspare Traversi, showing Scarlatti tutoring Princess Barbara of Portugal
    According to Vicente Bicchi, Papal Nuncio in Portugal at the time, Domenico Scarlatti arrived in Lisbon on 29 November 1719. There he taught music to the Portuguese princess Maria Magdalena Barbara. He left Lisbon on 28 January 1727 for Rome, where he married Maria Caterina Gentili on 6 May 1728. In 1729 he moved to Seville, staying for four years. In 1733 he went to Madrid as music master to Princess Maria Barbara, who had married into the Spanish royal house. The Princess later became Queen of Spain. Scarlatti remained in the country for the remaining twenty-five years of his life, and had five children there. After the death of his first wife in 1739, he married a Spaniard, Anastasia Maxarti Ximenes. Among his compositions during his time in Madrid were most of the 555 keyboard sonatas for which he is best known.
    Scarlatti befriended the castrato singer Farinelli, a fellow Neapolitan also enjoying royal patronage in Madrid. The musicologist and harpsichordist Ralph Kirkpatrick commented that Farinelli's correspondence provides most of the direct information about Scarlatti that has transmitted itself to our day. Domenico Scarlatti died in Madrid, at the age of 71. His residence on Calle Leganitos is designated with a historical plaque, and his descendants still live in Madrid. He was buried at a convent there, in Madrid, but his grave no longer exists.

  • SLIPKNOT - Nero Forte GUITAR COVER 4K | Jassy J

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    Slipknot - Nero Forte - Album: We Are Not Your Kind (2019) guitar cover by Jassy
    ????A new Slipknot guitar cover!!!!???? ...after half a year xD Also I revived my alter ego in this one! Hope you guys are all safe and healthy during this time!!!! I send lots of positive thoughts to all of you!!! I am preparing a special Riff list for you next week =) So what do you think of my new cover? ????✌
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  • CMSI-213 - JERRY AMALDEV: A NATIONAL TREASURE

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    Jerry Amaldev, a Consummate composer and music director, in conversation with Dr. Joseph J. Palackal, CMI
    Recorded at Soundscape Audio Factory, Simitherimook, Ernakulam, Kerala, India. 28 July 2016
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    This interview with one of the most erudite and intelligent music directors in India opens the door to the mind of a composer. The versatility of Jerry Amaldev lies in the huge number and variety of melodies that he composed for both secular songs for the movies and sacred songs for the Catholic liturgies, as well as commercial recordings of Christian devotional songs. He may be the only composer of Christin music in India who is informed by the art of the great tradition of the Gregorian chant of the Roman Catholic Church. He is also one of the very few composers who mastered the musical grammars of the Eastern (Indian) and Western art music traditions and ingeniously employ them in their melodies and orchestrations.

    Amaldev is adept at creating new flavors like a master chef by combining condiments collected from disparate locations. The best example is the composition of the Hindi version of the famous Latin chant Exsultet. Amaldev appropriated the melody of this Latin chant and brilliantly transfused its sense into the Hindi version that Fr. Mathew Mulavana, his close friend, and long-time collaborator, prepared. The result is another world classic of a melody that is thoroughly “Indian.” Here, the history of the Exsultet extends from the early fifth century Europe to modern twentieth century India. More than that, Amaldev’s Exsultet in Hindi is a masterpiece on its own merits. One might see in this melody, albeit at a microcosmic level, an example of the cross-cultural pollination that was set in motion toward the formation of what came to be known as Hindustani music. This composition alone should give Jerry Amaldev at least a footnote in the larger history of music of the world.

    Amaldev is one lucky Keralite (from the Malayalam-speaking region on the south-west coast of India), who had the opportunity to connect with such great German missionaries as Fr. George Proksch and Engelbert Zeitler, who loved and admired India and its culture deeply enough to inspire young composers, musicians and artists to interpret Christianity in Indian terms.


    Amaldev’s observations on the contributions of Catholic musicians from Goa (a Portuguese colony until 1962) to the Hindi film music industry in Mumbai come from his in-depth involvement in the industry during his years of working as music assistant to Naushad Ali (1919-2006), the legendary film music director and composer. We may not ignore the far-reaching effect of these observations in restarting an all-new conversation on the positive influence of the Portuguese missionaries to Indian film industry and to Goan culture in general. Who would have thought of such a connection?

    The music professor in Jerry Amaldev resurfaces in the segment on the use of Western harmonies in the orchestration of Indian film songs; this segment sounds like a chapter in a music composer’s manual that has yet to be written. The treasures of musical knowledge that Amaldev accumulated over the years of his unusual trajectories in life in India and the USA are bequeathed here like a blessing from a father composer to his imaginary children composers. Of particular interest is his discussion on the history of the use of piano and the Western-style orchestration of Indian film songs and, especially, his explication of the incompatibility of the piano and tamburu tunings. The conversation leads to the most lucid explanation ever on the rationale of All India Radio’s initial prohibition of the use of piano and harmonium in its recording studios.

    Jerry Amaldev, indeed, is a national treasure. Secular agencies have honored Amaldev with several awards for his contributions as a composer of film songs. Ironically, although he has composed more melodies for the Roman Catholic and Syro Malabar Catholic liturgies, neither the Catholic hierarchy in Kerala nor the Catholic Bishop’s Conference of India has acknowledged Amaldev’s contributions. The Christian Musicological Society of India is grateful to Jerry Amaldev for this substantive interview, which may serve as source material for future researchers on both sacred and secular music in India.

    Joseph J. Palackal
    17 February 2017

  • NELSON Passacaglia

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    Recording from The Bicentennial Collection, featuring historical recordings of The President's Own United States Marine Band to celebrate its 200th Anniversary.

    Ron Nelson, conductor/composer. Recorded in concert May 8, 1994,
    Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall, Baltimore, MD

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  • Domenico Scarlatti - Sonata in G minor K108

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    Domenico Scarlatti (1685 - 1757):
    SONATA IN G MINOR (K108/L249)

    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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  • Claudia Picado and Jose Duarte

    17:46

    Strings of Unity presents
    Claudia Picado, fado
    Jose Duarte, Portuguese guitarra
    (Portugal)

    Claudia is a famous Portuguese Fado singer. Fado is a melancholic song with intense emotions. Jose joins Claudia later in the program with his Portuguese guitarra, a pear-shaped, 12-string guitar. The two have participated in the 5th festival in 2018 in Silay City. In this performance, Claudia will sing in the first part, and later to be joined by Jose in the guitarra.

    Presented by the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA), Asian Composers League (ACL) Philippines, and Office of Congresswoman Loren Legarda

  • Philippe Chamouard, Poème du vent pour orchestre à corde

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    Philippe Chamouard, Poème du vent pour orchestre à corde

    Orchestre symphonique du Conservatoire de Rouen
    Claude Brendel, conductor

    Philippe Chamouard is a French composer, born in 1952.
    After studying piano with Guy Lasson and composition under Roger Boutry, Philippe Chamouard went to the University of Paris at the Sorbonne, where he obtained a doctorate for his work on the orchestration of Mahler's symphonies. Deeply interested by the Austrian composer, Philippe Chamouard dedicated his book, published in 1989, to him. An honorary member of the International Gustav Mahler Gesellschaft of Vienna and writer/ editor for Deutsche Grammophon editions, Chamouard taught musical writing at the University of Paris IV until 2004.

    In 1992, when Philippe Chamouard chose to have his works played again, they were immediately programmed in France - at concerts (the Colonne Orchestra, Sacred art festival in the city of Paris, the Paris music), as well as in festivals both within France and mainly abroad, in central Europe, Poland, Romania,Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, but also in Spain, Portugal, Salvador, Latvia, Norway, Finland, Vietnam, USA ( San Francisco, Los Angeles...)...Barbara Hendricks, Olivier Messiaen, Maurice André and Ennio Morricone have congratulated Chamouard and encouraged him to continue his search for a language common to composer, performer and audience. Refusing a purely intellectual and theoretical concept of creation, the sources of his inspiration are essentially linked to an ideology drawn from humanism and spirituality.

    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.

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