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Itzhak Perlman: Popular Jewish Melodies, A Yiddishe Mame, מנגינות יהודיות
Itzhak Perlman: Popular Jewish Melodies.
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I.THE JEWISH MOTHER - A Yiddishe Mamme - Traditional (00:00)
This song, whose authors are unknown, originated on the stage of the Yiddish theatre at the time of mass emigration of Jews to the USA in search of a better life. It is a song of yearning for the warm and loving touch that only a mother, particularly a Jewish mother, can provide.
A Jewish mother — she is dearer than money.''
A Jewish mother — how sad when she's so far away..''
II.WHEN THE REBBE ELIMELECH BECOMES SO VERY MERRY (06:49)
As der Rebbe Elimelech is gevoyrn asoi freylach
Moshe (Moishe) Nadir was one of the great Jewish humorists and satirists. Here, with all due respect to the great Rabbi Elimelech, he portrays him as a happy human being, not above the foibles of frolicking with abandon at times of joy.
Music: Mordechai Gebirtig
A victim of the Holocaust, Mordechai (Mordkhe) Gebirtig created many songs that became very popular throughout the lands of Jewish dispersion. Here a young maiden, wishing to preserve her traditional purity, implores her secret lover not to whistle when he comes courting.
IV.AT THE FIREPLACE - Oif'n Pripetchik brennt a feier'l (16:57)
Music: Mark Warshavsky
This song, by a protege of Sholem Aleichem, has become the essence of the Yiddish folksong, and a classic of the genre. It is a perfect paean to the very soul of Jewishness (at least in the East-European tradition), expressing the suffering, the tears, the heroism and the tribulations of endless wandering in the exile, the Diaspora. This is portrayed through a touching picture of children crowded around their Rebbe in a heated room, learning the wonders of the alphabet.
Music: Romanian Anonymous
This tune originated in Romanian folk song and was adopted by the Jewish Klezmers who traveled around playing at weddings and other festivities. (Similarly, many Jewish melodies found their way to the folksongs of other peoples.) The Doyna has thus become one of the most popular Klezmer melodies.
VI.RAISINS AND ALMONDS - Rozhinkes mit Mandelen (24:50)
Music: Abraham Goldfaden
Originally an aria from Goldfaden's operetta Shulamit, this rapidly became such a hit that it quickly turned into a popular folksong. It is a statement of innocent optimism and faith in the Jewish fate and future.
VII.BY THE WAYSIDE STANDS A TREE - Oif'n Weyg steyt a Boim (30:31)
Itzik Manger was a true folk-poet whose works have rightly become classics of Jewish literature. In the present example a young Jewish lad dreams of turning into a bird, so that he might experience true freedom in all its glory, to nest among the bare branches of a wayside tree, deserted in the wintry storm by all the birds.
VIII.A SONG - A Dudele (36:00)
Music: Reb Levi Yitzhak of Berditchev
Many of Rabbi Yitzhak's songs have become true folksongs. They are all, like the present one, simple and straightforward expressions of the faith in God the Almighty, and of the great inner joy that may be derived from this faith.
« Oh, mighty God! O mighty God!
I shall sing you a song:
You are in the North, and You are in the South.
You are in the East, and You are in the West! You, You, You, You.. »
IX.WHERE SHALL I GO ? - Vi ahin soil ich Geyn ? (40:55)
Music: Oscar Stock
Though written by two men of the theatre before the Holocaust, this song became very popular during World War Il in the ghettoes and concentration camps. It depicts the profound dilemma of the desperate Jewish People, persecuted everywhere and at a loss as to ’’where one can go’’..
Violin: Itzhak Perlman
Clarinet Solo: Israel Zohar
The Israel Philharmonic Orchestra
Conductor and Arranger : Dov Seltzer
Recorded in 1986-87
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Ciprian Porumbescu - Ballad for Violin and Piano
Ciprian Porumbescu (born Ciprian Gołęmbiowski on October 14, 1853 – June 6, 1883) was a Romanian composer born in Șipotele Sucevei in Bukovina (now Shepit, Putyla Raion, Ukraine). He was among the most celebrated Romanian composers of his time; his popular works include Crai nou, Trei culori, Song for the 1st of May, Ballad for violin and piano, and Serenada. In addition, he composed the music for the Romanian patriotic song Pe-al nostru steag e scris Unire (Unity is Written on our Flag), which was used for Albania's national anthem, Himni i Flamurit. His work spreads over various forms and musical genres, but the majority of his work is choral and operetta.
Ballad for Violin and Piano (1880)
Alexandru Tomescu, violin and Horia Mihail, piano.
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Finished on October 21, 1880, the Ballad for Violin and Orchestra (or Violin and Piano) soon became the best known work by Ciprian Porumbescu, and a reference work in Romanian classical music of the 19th century. In seclusion at Stupca, the composer meditated, drafted and then finished the piece, full of poetry and bitter nostalgia, with light and shade, a mixture of Doina, old dance and song, everything in the environment of serene melancholy.
The Best of Tango
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23:53- Francisco Canaro Y Su Orquesta Tipica - La Puñalada
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37:58-Jose Basso - El Firulete
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A. R. Rahman Meets Berklee - Epic Medley
Grammy and Academy award winning composer, A. R. Rahman performed with, and was paid tribute to, by Berklee College of Music at Symphony Hall, Boston, on October 24, 2014. The repertoire for the concert spanned Mr. Rahman's illustrious discography of over 25 years. We are delighted to release all 16 pieces presented at the concert featuring 109 performers from 32 countries representing The Berklee Indian Ensemble, The Berklee World String Ensemble, and Boston University's Indian dance troupe, BU Bhangra.
This concert was produced by Annette Philip, Artistic Director of Berklee India Exchange.
A. R. Rahman
string arr. Eva Gertz
Soloists: Yazhi Guo, Sanchitha Wickremesooriya, Dhruv Goel, Harshitha Krishnan, Purvaa Sampath, Armeen Musa, Christopher Kazarian, Annette Philip
Berklee Indian Ensemble
Annette Philip: director
Shilpa Ananth: vocals
Sanjeeta Bhattacharya: vocals
Dhruv Goel: vocals
Vasundhara Gupta: vocals
Rohith Jayaraman: vocals
Harshitha Krishnan: vocals
Nalini Krishnan: vocals
Joakim Molander: vocals
Armeen Musa: vocals
Kanika Patawari: vocals
Purvaa Sampath: vocals
Ishita Sinha: vocals
Harini Srinivasa Raghavan: vocals
Aseem Suri: vocals
Adriel Tjokrosaputro: vocals
Sanchitha Wickremesooriya: vocals
Trinayan Baruah: vocals
Salil Bhayani: vocals
Malavika Das: vocals
Ava Dudani: vocals
Nicolas Emden: vocals
Christopher Kazarian: vocals
Annalisa Lombardo: vocals
Malwina Masternak: vocals
Wambura Mitaru: vocals
Zoya Mohan: vocals
Paola Munda: vocals
Lydia Renold: vocals
Gretchen Schadebrodt: vocals
Ashwin Shenoy: vocals
Sahana Simha: vocals
Pankhuri Singhal: vocals
Chantal Tribble: vocals
McKain Webb-Lakey: vocals
Yazhi Guo: flute, suona, dizi
Layth Al Rubaye: violin
Harini Srinivasa Raghavan: violin
Sashank Navaladi: sarod
Fares Btoush: oud
Jacy Anderson: guitar
Aleif Hamdan: guitar
Shubh Saran: guitar
David Milazzo: alto saxophone
Edmar Colon: tenor saxophone
Samuel Morrison: baritone saxophone
Josh Shpak: trumpet
Michael Wang: trombone
Annette Philip: piano
Cheng Lu: keyboard
Achal Murthy: bass
Daniel Gonzalez: electronic drum sound
Kaushlesh Purohit: tabla, percussion
Ranajoy Das: drums
Joe Galeota Jr.: percussion
Patrick Simard: drums, percussion
M.T. Aditya Srinivasan: tabla, kanjira
Vignesh Venkataraman: mridangam
Berklee World Strings Ensemble
Eugene Friesen: conductor
Na Young Baik: first violin
Sarah Hubbard: first violin
Sumaia Martins: first violin
Stefano Melillo Melendez: first violin
Kathleen Parks: first violin
Tim Reynolds: first violin
Carlos Silva: first violin
Yeji Yoon: first violin
Ludovica Burtone: second violin
Elise Boeur: second violin
Adrianna Ciccone: second violin
Sadie E. Currey: second violin
Carolyn Kendrick: second violin
Rosy Timms: second violin
Tsung-Yuan Lee: second violin
Choeun Kim: viola
Brendan Klippel: viola
Gerson Eguiguren Martinez: viola
Dan Lay: viola
John Smith: viola
Max Wolpert: viola
Steph Dye: cello
Marta Roma: cello
Keizo Yoshioka: cello
Adrian Zemor: cello
Nathaniel Sabat: bass
Matthew Witler: mandolin
Mairi Chaimbeul: harp
Allegra Cramer: harp
Ganavya Doraiswamy: dancer
Special appearance by Boston University student dancers of BU Bhangra
Matthew Nicholl, string arrangements, and orchestral parts preparation
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The Best of Bartók
The Best of Béla Viktor János Bartók (March 25, 1881 – September 26, 1945)
Bartók is considered one of the most important composers of the 20th century; he and Liszt are often regarded as Hungary's greatest composers. Through his collection and analytical study of folk music, he was one of the founders of comparative musicology, which later became ethnomusicology.
Life and Music:
* Béla Bartók was an infant prodigy.
* He was performing on the piano in public by the age of 11 and by the time he had graduated from the Budapest Royal Academy in 1903 he was confidently composing in the Liszt-Richard Strauss mould.
* Bartok formed a partnership with the composer Zoltan Kodaly and together they set about collecting Hungarian and Transylvanian folk songs. This formed the bedrock of Bartok's fast developing musical style.
* During the decade between the late 1920s and 1930s the seemingly conflicting musical elements were fused, resulting in a stream of masterpieces, from the breathtaking rhythmic propulsion and ear-tweaking sonorities of the Sonata for Two Pianos and Percussion (1937) to the post-Romantic luxuriance of the Second Violin Concerto (1937).
* Bartok escaped the horrors of war for New York, which brought with it a change of style.
* He composed little for two years until a commission from the conductor Serge Koussevitzky opened the floodgates once more. This released works such as the Concerto for Orchestra, the Third Piano Concerto and the sadly incomplete Viola Concerto.
* Bartok had one last surprise up his sleeve, however, with the uncompromising and enigmatic Sonata for Solo Violin (1944), written for Yehudi Menuhin.
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Music for Strings, Percussion and Celesta:
0:00 I. Andante tranquillo
15:09 III. Adagio
22:20 IV. Allegro molto
30:02 The Wooden Prince Suite, Op. 13, Sz. 60
42:43 Divertimento for Strings, II. Molto adagio [Sz 113]
52:03 Dance Suite - Finale
56:12 Bluebeard's Castle, Megérkeztünk - Íme Lássad [BB 62]
Concerto for Orchestra:
1:05:10 I. Introduzione [BB 123]
1:14:50 II. Gioco delle coppie [BB 123]
1:21:26 III. Elegia [BB 123]
1:28:10 IV. Intermezzo interrotto [BB 123]
1:32:42 V. Finale [BB 123]
Violin Concerto No. 2:
1:42:16 I. Allegro non troppo [BB 117]
1:57:30 II Andante tranquillo [BB 117]
2:06:28 III. Allegro molto [BB 117]
Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No. 2:
2:18:02 I. Allegro [BB 101]
2:27:47 II. Adagio - Presto - Adagio [BB 101]
2:40:38 III. Allegro molto [BB 101]
Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No. 3:
2:47:03 I. Allegretto [BB 127]
2:54:17 II. Adagio religioso [BB 127]
3:03:54 III. Allegro vivace [BB 127]
3:10:18 Piano Sonata: III. Allegro molto [BB 88]
3:13:59 String Quartet No. 2, I. Moderato [BB 75]
3:24:02 String Quartet No. 6, IV. Mesto [BB 119]
Music for Strings, Percussion and Celesta- Budapest Symphony Orchestra/György Lehel
The Wooden Prince - Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra/András Kórodi
Divertimento Sz. 113, BB 118 - Hungarian State Orchestra/Antal Doráti
Dance Suite - Finale - Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra/János Sándor
Bluebeard's Castle - Katalin Kasza (soprano), György Melis (baritone), Hungarian Radio & Television Chorus, Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra/János Ferencsik
Concerto for Orchestra Sz. 116, BB 123 - Hungarian State Orchestra/Antal Doráti
Violin Concerto No. 2 Sz. 112, BB 117 - Dénes Kovács (violin), Budapest Symphony Orchestra/Ervin Lukács
Piano Concerto No. 2 - Zoltán Kocsis (piano), Budapest Symphony Orchestra/György Lehel
Piano Concerto No. 3 - Dezsõ Ránki (piano), Hungarian State Orchestra/János Ferencsik
Piano Sonata - Erzsébet Tusa
String Quartet No. 2 and No. 6 -Tátrai Quartet
Johannes Brahms - Hungarian Dance No. 5
Hungarian Dance No. 5 in G minor
The German composer, pianist, and conductor Johannes Brahms (1833-1897) was one of the most significant composers of the 19th century. His works greatly enriched the romantic repertory.
Erik Satie: Gymnopédies & Gnossiennes
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Composer: Erik Satie
Artists: Håkon Austbö (piano)
The unconventional French composer Erik Satie almost wrote anti-music. In slow motion (and without bars) his well-known Gymnopédies glide past. In other pieces one can hear more than faint echoes form the vaudeville theatre. Played by Håkon Austbø.
00:00:00 3 Sarabandes (1887): No. 1
00:05:33 3 Sarabandes (1887): No. 2
00:10:33 3 Sarabandes (1887): No. 3
00:14:47 3 Gymnopédies (1889): No. 1: Lent et douloureux
00:18:27 3 Gymnopédies (1889): No. 2: Lent et triste
00:21:45 3 Gymnopédies (1889): No. 3: Lent et grave
00:24:38 Gnossiennes 1-3 (1890): No. 1
00:28:45 Gnossiennes 1-3 (1890): No. 2
00:30:45 Gnossiennes 1-3 (1890): No. 3
00:34:11 Gnossiennes 4-6 (1889-1897): No. 4
00:37:02 Gnossiennes 4-6 (1889-1897): No. 5
00:39:53 Gnossiennes 4-6 (1889-1897): No. 6
00:41:27 2 Préludes du nazaréen (1892): No. 1, assez lent
00:46:09 2 Préludes du nazaréen (1892): No. 2, assez lent
00:49:15 2 Prélude de la porte Héroique du ciel (1894)
00:53:00 2 Pièces froides (1897), No. 1: Airs a faire fuir: D’une manière très particulaire
00:55:59 2 Pièces froides (1897), No. 1: Airs a faire fuir: Modestemente
00:57:42 2 Pièces froides (1897), No. 1: Airs a faire fuir: S’inviter
01:00:45 No 2: Danses de travers: En y regardent à deux fois
01:01:39 No 2: Danses de travers: Passer
01:02:25 No 2: Danses de travers: Encore
01:03:47 Petite ouverture à danser (1900)
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Romantic Classical Music - 30 Sweetest Classical Pieces
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1 Morricone - The Falls 00:00
2 Morricone - Gabriel's Oboe 03:22
3 Saint-Saëns - The Carnival of the Animals: XIII, The Swan 05:51
4 Schumann - 5 Pieces in Folk Style, Op. 102: No. 2, Langsam 09:14
5 Piazzolla - Oblivion 13:45
6 Rachmaninoff - 14 Romances, Op. 34: No. 14, Vocalise 17:07
7 Puccini - Tosca: Vissi d'arte 22:10
8 Prokofiev - 6 Pieces from Cinderella, Op. 102: No. 6, Amoroso 24:48
9 Rachmaninoff - Symphony No. 2 in E Minor, Op. 27: III. Adagio 27:42
10 Tchaikovsky - Swan Lake, Op. 20: Scene by a Lake 41:55
11 Tchaikovsky - Romeo & Juliet: Fantasy Overture 44:28
12 Einaudi - Nuvole Bianche 1:04:25
13 Einaudi - Passaggio 1:11:03
14 Einaudi - Tu Sei 1:15:30
15 Bach - Cello Suite No. 1 in G Major, BWV 1007: I. Prélude 1:21:43
16 Bach - Orchestral Suite No. 3 in D Major, BWV 1068: II. Air on the G String 1:24:42
17 Grieg - Holberg Suite, Op. 40: II. Sarabande 1:30:17
18 Tchaikovsky - Serenade for Strings, Op. 48: II. Valse 1:33:59
19 Tchaikovsky - Symphony No. 6 in B Minor, Op. 74 Pathetique: II. Allegro con grazia 1:37:45
20 Tchaikovsky - String Quartet No. 1, Op. 11: II. Andante Cantabile 1:45:44
21 Arvo Pärt - Spiegel im Spiegel 1:52:19
22 Debussy - Suite bergamasque, L. 75: No. 3, Clair de lune 2:00:49
23 Schumann - Kinderszenen, Op. 15: No. 7, Träumerei 2:05:33
24 Debussy - Rêverie, L. 68 2:07:54
25 Liszt - Consolations, S. 172: No. 3, Lento placid 2:12:07
26 Liszt - Liebesträume, S. 541: No. 3 in A-Flat Major 2:16:07
27 Debussy - Deux arabesques, L. 66: No. 1 in E Major, Andantino con moto 2:21:54
28 Chopin - Douze études, Op. 25: No. 1 in A-Flat Major Aeolian Harp 2:26:47
29 Chopin - Nocturnes, Op. 9: No. 2 in E-Flat Major, Andante 2:29:14
30 Debussy - Préludes, Premier livre, L. 117: No. 8, La fille aux cheveux de lin 2:34:45
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5, 6: Metamorphose String Orchestra, Nike Hutchisson, Pavel Lyubomudrov
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KATICA ILLÉNYI - Autumn leaves
Katica Illényi - violin
Title: Autumn leaves
Composers: J. Kosma
Arranged by Péter Sárik
Péter Sárik- piano
Tibor Pintér - guitar
Tibor Foray - double bass
Attila Gálfi - drums
Katica Illényi & Friends New Year Concert 2017
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Gems of the renaissance music
Ronde Wo Bistu 0:54
Innsbruck Ich Muß Dich Lassen 2:27
Canzona La Maggia 3:40
Je Prens En Gre La Dure Mort 2:26
Susanne Un Jour
Cantus Firmus 1:22
Chanson À 5 2:25
M. Buctons Galiard 1:52
Canzon Sopra Susanna 2:58
Ach Gott Wem Soll Ich's Klagen 2:00
Susanne Un Jour 2:35
Almande Et D'ou Venez Vous Madame Lucette 1:12
Almande (Lorayne) 2:00
So Trinken Wir Alle 1:30
In Te Domine Speravi 4:06
Ce Qui M'est Deu Et Ordonné
Chanson À 4 0:55
A Pavan 3:18
Tresves Damours 1:08
Basse Dance Mon Desir 1:26
La Pastorella Si Leva 1:52
Ricercar Del Primo Tuono Alla Quarta Alta 4:41
Almande Fortune Hélas Pourquoy 1:06
Intrada Hassleri 1:57
Un Cavalier Di Spagna 1:23
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4. a) Steve Reich: Different Trains
London Contemporary Orchestra
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5. Stravinsky Les Noces
The Buchmann-Mehta School Swiss Friends Chamber Choir
6. Messiaen: Turangalila Symphony
National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain
7.Thomas Ades: Asyla
8. Kevin Volans: White Man Sleeps
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Katalin Károlyi and Amadinda Percussion Group
OFFICIAL Bucharest Symphony Orchestra - First Tour in Asia - China 2015
Bucharest Symphony Orchestra: 20 concerts, 7 cities and the first tour in China
The Bucharest Symphony Orchestra will perform for the first time in Asia. A truly extraordinary project, the tour represents the collaboration of a Romanian first class orchestra and Romanian National Opera Ballet, Cluj-Napoca for 20 concerts and representations. This cultural event will take place between September 17 – October 23, 2015 and will be hosted by Shanghai Le Yi Culture Exchange Co. Ltd. with the support of Leo Cultural Exchange Co. Ltd., FlySky.ro Tour Operator and the National University of Music.
The Romanian musicians have the occasion to perform in seven of the most famous and renowned cultural and art edifices in China, under the baton of the renowned and appreciated Chinese born conductor, Jin Wang. The tour will bring together with Bucharest Symphony Orchestra Romanian outstanding artists, such as: violinist Simina Croitoru, soprano Tina Munteanu, tenor Cristian Mogoșan and bariton Florin Estefan.
Monday, September 20, 2015, the concert series debuts in Shanghai. The Bucharest Symphony Orchestra and the Romanian National Opera Ballet, Cluj-Napoca will perform at the Baoli Theater the premiere “Swan Lake” Ballet by Tchaykowsky. 12 upcoming performances of the “Swan Lake” will be presented in: Ningbo – Ningbo Grand Theater, Hangzhou – Hangzhou Grand Theater, Suzhou – Suzhou Culture and Arts Centre, Wuxi – Wuxi Grand Theater, Changzhou – Changzhou Grand Theater and Nanjing – Nanjing Baoli Theater.
The Bucharest Symphony Orchestr and Jin Wang will perform seven symphony gala concerts presenting traditional Chinese music and world renowned works as composed by famous composers, such as: George Enescu, Ciprian Porumbescu, Dmitri Shostakovich, W. A. Mozart, Pablo de Sarasate, Giacomo Puccini, Bela Bartok, Giuseppe Verdi, Franz Lehar, Kalman, Leoncavallo, Bedrich Smetana and Johann Strauss I /II.
Nanjing is the terminus station of the concert tour. Nanjing Baoli Theater will host on October 21, 2015 the 13rd and final representation of the “Swan Lake” ballet.
Romania as a country name, will be known and well received in this new world by the fact that music, culture and art together, along with the performance of our athletes, represent one excellent ambassador around the globe, with great reputation and trust benefits of image results obtained in a relatively very short time.
Orchestra Simfonică București: 20 de concerte, 7 orașe și un turneu extraordinar in China
Orchestra Simfonică București va concerta în premieră în Asia. Un proiect extraordinar, turneul de concerte reprezintă participarea unei orchestre românești de prim rang alături de Baletul Operei Naționale Române din Cluj Napoca, pentru un tur de 20 de concerte în China. Acțiunea culturală se va desfășura în perioada 17 septembrie – 23 octombrie 2015 și va fi găzduită de Shanghai Le Yi Culture Exchange Co. Ltd., cu sprijinul companiei Leo Cultural Exchange Co. Ltd., al Agenției de Turism FlySky.ro și al Universității Naționale de Muzică.
Artiștii români au ocazia să concerteze în șapte din cele mai cunoscute și renumite edificii de artă și cultură din China, sub bagheta cunoscutului dirijor de origine chineză, Jin Wang. Alături de Orchestra Simfonică București, vor urca pe scenă soliști renumiți precum: violonista Simina Croitoru, soprana Tina Munteanu, tenorul Cristian Mogoșan și baritonul Florin Estefan.
HAUSER - Song from a Secret Garden
Hauser performing Song from a Secret Garden by Secret Garden with the Zagreb Philharmonic Orchestra at his classical solo concert at the Lisinski Concert Hall in Zagreb, October 2017.
Elisabeth Fuchs, conductor
Filip Sljivac, piano
Filmed and edited by MedVid production
Sound and mixing by Morris Studio
Balkan Gypsy Music
Romani music or Gipsy music is the music of the Romani people, who have their origins in northern India, but today live mostly in Europe. Historically nomadic, though now largely settled, the Romani people have long acted as entertainers and tradesmen. In many of the places Romanies live they have become known as musicians. The wide distances travelled have introduced a multitude of influences of Byzantine, Greek, Arabic, Indian, Persian, Turkish, Slavic, Romanian, German, Dutch, French, Spanish and even Jewish musical forms. It is difficult to define the parameters of a unified Romani musical style, as there are many differences in melodic, harmonic, rhythmic and formal structures from region to region. Lyrics to Romani songs are often sung in one or more dialects of the Romani language, and dance frequently accompanies Romani music performance.
The quintessentially Spanish flamenco is to a very large extent the music (and dance, or indeed the culture) of the Romani people of Andalusia. Apart from Romani music for local use, in Eastern Europe a separate Romani music originated for entertainment at parties and celebrations. This music drew its themes from Hungarian, Romanian, Russian and other sources. Later on it gained popularity in Western Europe, where many Romani orchestras were active, playing sophisticated melodies of East European origin. Most Romani music is based on the folk music of the countries where the Romani went through or settled. Local music is adopted and performed – usually instrumental – and, slowly, it is transformed into Romani styles, which are usually more complex than the original styles. In its turn, Romani music has greatly influenced the local music.
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Itzhak Perlman plays Klezmer
The maestro joins four klezmer groups: Brave New World, The Klezmatics, Andy Statman and the Klezmer Conservatory Band for a joyous get-together with unforgettable Klezmer melodies. As he says of the experience, I caught the bug! Want to see it all? Available from Angel Records, on CD and now DVD.
1 Hour of Dark Vampiric Music Dark, Seductive, Emotional, Gothic
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1. Forever You Said 0:00 - 4:22
2. The Vampire Masquerade 4:23 - 7:31
3. When Darkness Shines Brightest 7:32 - 12:43
4. The Coven 12:44 - 17:02
5. The Awakening 17:03 - 21:33
6. Forever and Never 21:34 - 25:37
7. Life's Divide 25:38 - 29:34
8. The Daughter of Darkness 29:35 - 33:57
9. Forever She Waits 33:58 - 37:07
10. Night of the Damned 37:08 - 41:21
11. The Fire Dancer ( Dark Waltz ) 41:22 - 43:43
12. The Last Vampire 43:44 - 46:37
13. A Vampires Heart 46:38 - 49:20
14. Till Death Do Us Part 49:21 - 52:07
15. The Price of Existence 52:08 - 57:05
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The Four Seasons, Winter, 1st mvt, A.Vivaldi
We launched this ambitious project (the entire Four Seasons arranged for solo guitar) with the release of this video, the first movement of Winter, Concerto No. 4 in F minor, Op. 8, RV 297, L'inverno by Antonio Vivaldi. The project was completed in 2016 with the release of the last movement of Autumn.
Arranged and performed by Emre Sabuncuoglu. Copyright © 2014 Los Angeles Guitar Academy Publishing. All rights reserved.
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Do not miss the second and the third movements of the Four Seasons, Winter, also known as Concerto No. 4 in F minor, Op. 8, RV 297, L'inverno by Antonio Vivaldi, arranged for classical guitar and performed by Dr. Emre Sabuncuoglu:
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Take Note - A Conversation between Müzewest Concerts and The Piano Files with Mark Ainley
Take Note - A Conversation between Müzewest Concerts and The Piano Files with Mark Ainley.
Join us for a lively discussion about historical piano recordings.
Host - Jennifer West
Guest - Mark Ainley
1 Hour of Witchcraft Music | Dark & Light
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Hey everyone, here is the Tracklist and Timestamp for the music. I am the original composer and copyright owner of all the music (All Rights Reserved) Enjoy!!
1. The Shadows Hymn 00:00 - 1:44
2. The Hooded Man 1:45 - 5:10
3. Silva Maleficas 5:11 - 8:43
4. He Who Desires - 8:44 - 12:34
5. Invocation 12:35 - 16:42
6. The White Witch 16:43 - 20:00
7. Nature's Altar 20:01 - 24:01
8. The Hand That Feeds You 24:02 - 27:31
9. Salem's Secret 27:32 - 31:34
10. The Witch's Curse 31:35 - 33:47
11. The Craft 33:48 - 37:42
12. A Witch's Tale 37:43 - 41:43
13. The Witch Trials 41:44 - 45:15
14. Adfectus Superi 45:16 - 49:37
15. Tales Of The Night 49:38 - 52:43
16. The Mystic 52:44 - 57:44
17. I Invoke Cursed Winds 57:45 - 1:01:29
Ep 19: How to make your studio COVID safe & engaging students in lessons Q+A
Are you really engaging your students. Josie Thomas has an amazing studio that anyone would love to learn in. Get some great ideas for your studio and really engage your students. What happens when we go back to face to face lessons when COVID-19 is still an issue. See Peter Simpson from Forte School of Music in Kent UK's COVIDsafe strategy and compliance with UK safety regulations.
00:00 Welcome to our guests
01:48 Josie shares her studio and speaks about her puppets.
04:43 Peter takes you on a tour of his studio so that you can see his COVIDsafe strategies that meet government regulations.
11:09 Josie shares what she does with her students when most of them are not working towards an exam.
13:48 Planet, Dragon & Pirate charts and speaks about creating an enriched learning environment
19:00 Christmas is right around the corner and Blackrock Music has a great Christmas Pack just for piano teachers which includes: 16 Studio Licensed Christmas Carols, Printable: Songsheets, Invitations, Certificates, Program and even recipes.
24:50 When looking at our greatest challenges in teaching piano many teachers say “teaching creativity” and the stuff we weren’t taught. For many of us, creativity and composing are a bit of a mystery. Peter speaks about his music school.
31:20 Josie shares how she teaches creativity.
33:28 Starting off with creativity, how to teach chords.
36:30 Josie shares her book Sounds Magic and including her reading a couple of pages of prose with the beautiful artwork. Josie is offering a 50% discount to Q+A Viewers when you purchase from her website. She will send it anywhere in the world. Alternatively, her book can be found on Amazon, Booktopia, or Book Depository.
44:00 Keeping with the theme of Creativity, Paul is going to share some creative teaching strategies for what could otherwise be a bit of a boring piece, called The Echo by Thomas Oesten, an ABRSM Grade 1 piece. Paul shares the Whole Body Learning techniques that are both fun and pedagogically sound as well as considered to be the most brain-developing way to teach due to the multi-modal learning opportunities. These are the learning opportunities that are open to teachers in the soon to be released as part of The Studio by Piano Teaching Success.
47:15 Members of the Piano Teaching Success Facebook Group were invited to share their thoughts on what advice you would give a beginning teacher. Josie shares her suggestions.
51:00 EPTA - The European Piano Teachers' Association magazine and an interview with the chairman, Dr Murrary McLachlan about the benefits of membership.
60:10 Next show in 2 weeks, with inspirational panelists: Dorla Aparicio from the USA and Katie Poli from Australia.
Czech Composers Pt.12
After almost a month, part 12 of the Czech Composers series is here!
I've paid a small tribute to Miloslav Kabelác here, an underrated but very interesting modern Czech composer.
I had some very busy weeks (school-related things, mostly long, big and intense tasks) and a recent 4-day trip to the UK, so that's why I uploaded this video late.
Mozart Trio KV 498 Kegelstatt, Maxim Rysanov, Martin Fröst and Roland Pöntinen
III. Rondeaux: Allegretto
International Chamber Music Festival Utrecht 2011
Ukrainian-British violist and conductor Maxim Rysanov has established himself as one of the worlds most vibrant and charismatic musicians. He is principally known for his performances as a violist, guest of the crème of international music scene such as BBC Last Night of the Proms, Verbier, Great Mountain, Tran Siberian and Edinburgh Festival, Salzburg Festival among others. After having completed a conducting fellowship at The GSMD he started to combine his viola performance with a career as a conductor.
Conducting engagements include the Spanish Radio Orchestra, Basel Symphony Orchestra, Lithuanian Chamber Orchestra, Riga Sinfonietta, London Mozart Players, Baltic Neopolis, Scottish Ensemble, Russian National Orchestra, and Moscow Musica Viva, Kiev Soloists, Orquesta Sinfónica de Castilla y León, Georgian National Symphony Orchestra, Częstochowa Philharmonic Orchestra, Chamber Orchestra Chaarts, Detmold Chamber Orchestra, Dala Sinfonietta, Southbank Sinfonia, Voronezh Youth Orchestra, Danubia Symphony as well as conducting at festivals in Dubrovnik (with Roger Moore as narrator), Utrecht (with Janine Jansen), Boswil (with Vilde Frang), Surrey Hills (with Nicola BenedettI), Budapest Festival Orchestra (Kelemen Quartet), and the finale of the Beijing Viola Festival, Plovdiv Philharmonic (Kristina Blaumane), Sofia Opera Orchestra and Chorus (Bulgarian premier of Cantata by Dobrinka Tabakova), Sofia Philharmonic, Royal College of Music String Orchestra, Lviv Philharmonic, Detmold Chamber Orchestra, Lepaje Symphony Orchestra (soloist David Geringas) and the Pforzheim Stadtsorchester.
As a conductor Maxim worked with such soloists as Mischa Maisky, Nicola Benedetti, Vilde Frang, Janine Jansen, Boris Brovtsyn, Alexander Sitkovetsky, Sergei Krylov, Susanna Yoko Henkel, Sergei Suvorov, Kristina Blaumane, Ashley Wass, Benjamin Yusupov, Leonard Elschenbroich, Dora Kokas and Kelemen Quartet among others. Among his concerto highlights are Mariinsky Orchestra (Valery Gergiev), Russian National Orchestra (MikhailPletnev), BBC Symphony Orchestra (Jiří Bělohlávek), Seattle Symphony (Andrey Boreyko), Orquesta de Castilla y Leon (Vasily Petrenko), DSO Berlin (Tugan Sokhiev), Moscow Philharmonic (Yuri Simonov), BSO (Vladimir Fedoseev), Gurzenich Orchestra (Sir Mark Elder), Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra (Philippe Herreweghe), NDR Philharmonic Orchestra (Eivind Gullberg Jensen), Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (Juraj Valcuha), RTE Symphony Orchestra (Olari Elts), the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra (Arvo Volmer), the West Australian Symphony Orchestra (Vladimir Verbitsky), Auckland Symphony Orchestra (Eckehard Stier), Danish National Symphony Orchestra (Michael Schoenwandt), Malaysian Philharmonic (Yan Pascal Tortelier), Shanghai Symphony (Long Yu), Orquesta Sinfonica de Euskadi (Diego Matheuz), Ulster Orchestra (Paul Watkins), European Union Youth Orchestra (Matthias Bamert), Orchestre Philharmonique de Strasbourg (Michal Dworzynski), Kazan Symphony (Alexander Sladkovsky) and Strasburg (Vasily Sinaisky).
Maxim has long been recognised by the international music scene and his list of prizes affirm that status. These include the Classic FM Gramophone Young Artist of the Year Award and the BBC Radio 3 New Generation Award, as well as the Geneva, Lionel Tertis and Valentino Bucchi competitions.
Maxim is a keen promoter of new music. Recently he conducted the Russian premier of the Piano Concerto by Benjamin Yusupov. His enthusiasm for new music has generated collaborations, which have extended the viola repertoire. This includes world premieres by Dobrinka Tabakova, Richard Dubugnon and Sergei Akhunov. Other composers with whom Maxim has developed a close working relationship include Benjamin Yusupov, Leonid Desyatnikov, Giya Kancheli, Artyom Vassiliev and Elena Langer. In 2014 Maxim presented the Penderecki's double concerto in a Russian premiere. In 2016 he premieres a new viola concerto by Peteris Vasks that was co-commissioned by the BBC National Orchestra of Wales, the Vale of Glamorgan Festival and the Orchestre Philharmonique de Strasbourg. Further performances include Turku Philharmonic, Riga Sinfonietta, Hong Kong Sinfonietta, Scottish Chamber Orchestra, Wurttemburgisches Kammerorchester Heilbron and the Lithuanian Chamber Orchestra.
Maxim's commercial CD have continually gained awards including Gramophone Editor's Choice and ECHO, ICMA, Gramophone and Grammy nominations as well as reaching the top of the iTunes charts in the USA. His recent recording of the Martinu Rhapsody – Concerto was shortlisted for the Gramophone Award.
He is delighted to have a Giuseppe Guadagnini viola (1780) on extended loan from the Elise Mathilde Foundation.
Top 10 Most Difficult Piano Pieces
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Top Ten Piano Composers
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From Europe with Love: Romania
Galway Music Residency’s From Europe with Love is back with its final instalment of 2020! This special edition of the series sees ConTempo Quartet celebrate their native Romania on Great Union Day. This national holiday in Romania marks the unification of Transylvania, Bessarabia and Bukovina with the Romanian Kingdom in 1918.
Watch ConTempo Quartet perform a varied programme, showcasing the very best of Romanian music from works by celebrated composers George Enescu and Theodor Grigoriu, to lesser known musical gems. With a strong traditional folk theme throughout, the concert is a toe-tapping treat!
Galway Music Residency is honoured that this event is introduced by Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Romania to Ireland, Mrs. Manuela Breazu.
This lunchtime concert will be broadcast from the beautiful Oughterard Courthouse.
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This video looks into the hidden compositorial talents of some of history's most famous leaders. I am sure you are aware of the many political figures who also happened to be good musicians, but were you aware that Ivan the terrible, Henry VIII and Frederick the Great were also talented composers?
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Drops of Jupiter
Drops of Jupiter (Tell Me) · Train
Drops Of Jupiter
℗ 2001 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment
Released on: 2001-03-27
Composer, Lyricist: Pat Monahan
Composer, Lyricist: James Stafford
Percussion, Saxophone, Trumpet, Vocal: Pat Monanhan
Background Vocal, Bass, Guitar, Composer, Lyricist: Charlie Colin
Drums, Keyboards, Percussion, Composer, Lyricist, Programmer: Scott Underwood
Background Vocal, Bass, Guitar, Harmonica: Rob Hotchkiss
Background Vocal, Guitar, Mandolin: Jimmy Stafford
Composer, Lyricist: Robert Hotchkiss
Conductor, Arranger: Paul Buckmaster
Keyboards, Mixing Engineer, Producer: Brendan O'Brien
Piano: Chuck Leavell
Violin: Mike Markman
Cello, Contractor: Suzie Katayama
Viola: Evan Wilson
Cello: Dan Smith
Engineer: Ryan Williams
Engineer: Steve Churchyard
Assistant Engineer: Karl Egsieker
Assistant Engineer: Steve Genewick
Mastering Engineer: Bob Ludwig
Recording Engineer: Nick DiDia
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Romance A.Alyabev Nightingale - paraphrase
Paraphrase - on the theme of romance A.Alyabev Nightingale.
Violin - Ionel Manchu.
2008, ATENEUL ROMÂN, Bucharest.
Romanian Philharmonic Orchestra named after George Enescu.
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Capriccio, Op. 18
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Female Composers: Pieces for Violin & Piano
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Duets from Songs - Les Chemins de LAmour
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Francis Jean Marcel Poulenc (7 January 1899 – 30 January 1963) was a French composer and pianist. He was largely self taught, but became an accomplished pianist and composer. He was one of the French 'Les Six' composers. Although he wrote some serious works, many of his compositions are light-weight and humorous.
Les Chemins de L'Amour is a Valse Song written as incidental music to a play, Leocardia (1940) by Jean Anouilh. It is a lilting waltz, reminiscent of cabaret music. This is probably Poulenc's most popular song heard today. Here it is played by the Violin accompanied by the piano.
Franz Liszt - Hungarian Rhapsodies 1-10 Roberto Szidon
Franz Liszt (Hungarian: Liszt Ferencz, in modern usage Liszt Ferenc 22 October 1811 – 31 July 1886) was a prolific 19th-century Hungarian composer, virtuoso pianist, conductor, music teacher, arranger, organist, philanthropist, author, nationalist and a Franciscan tertiary during the Romantic era.
Hungarian Rhapsodies Nos. 1-10 S. 244
#1. Dedicated to Ede Szerdahelyi based on 3 different tunes by Ferenc Erkel
#2. (14:08) Dedicated to Comte László Teleki. Themes by Liszt and Heinrich Ehrlich. Beginning is of Romanian origins.
#3. (23:57) Dedicated to Comte Leó Festetics. First section is a Hungarian Verbunkos, second section is of Romanian origin.
#4. (27:56) Dedicated to Comte Casimir Esterházy. The first part is a Verbunkos of unknown origins but the other parts are likely based on works by Antal Csermák.
#5. (32:40) Dedicated to Comtesse Sidonie Reviczky, Subtitled Héroïde-élégiaque. The tunes in this rhapsody originate from a Hungarian dance by József Kossovits, entitled Hősi elégia.
#6. (42:58) Dedicated to Comte Antoine d'Appony. The first of the themes is a song Chlopitzky nóta, a tune Cserebogár, sárga cserebogár and a fast Verbunkos.
#7. (49:39) Dedicated to Baron Fery Orczy. Based on two original Hungarian folk songs, entitled Nincsen nékem kedvesebb vendégem and Nem láttam én télen fecskét.
#8. (55:04) Dedicated to Baron Anton Augusz. The first part of this rhapsody is based on a Gypsy song heard by Liszt in the autumn of 1846, Káka tövén költ a ruca. The second part is based on the middle section of Mark Rózsavölgyi's Víg szeszély csárdás.
#9. (1:01:18) Dedicated to Heinrich Wilhelm Ernst. Subtitled Pesther Carneval. Liszt used five themes in this rhapsody. The first of these, possibly Italian in origin, can be found in one Liszt's manuscript notebooks. The second theme is a csárdás by an unknown composer. After the third theme, which is an unidentified folk tune, Liszt quotes an authentic Hungarian folk song, A kertmegi káposzta. The final theme quoted is a third folk tune, Mikor én még legény voltam.
#10. (1:12:08) Dedicated to Béni Egressy. Subtitled Preludio
The entire rhapsody is based on Béni Egressy's Fogadj Isten, which was published in May 1846 in honor of Liszt.
Roberto Szidon, piano
DGG recording 1972
The Hungarian Rhapsodies, S.244, R.106 (French: Rhapsodies hongroises, German: Ungarische Rhapsodien, Hungarian: Magyar rapszódiák), is a set of 19 piano pieces based on Hungarian folk themes, composed by Franz Liszt during 1846–1853, and later in 1882 and 1885. Liszt also arranged versions for orchestra, piano duet and piano trio.
Some are better known than others, with Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 being particularly famous and No. 6, No. 10, No. 12 and No. 14 (especially as arranged for piano and orchestra as the Hungarian Fantasy) also being well known.
In their original piano form, the Hungarian Rhapsodies are noted for their difficulty.
Liszt incorporated many themes he had heard in his native western Hungary and which he believed to be folk music, though many were in fact tunes written by members of the Hungarian upper middle class, or by composers such as József Kossovits, often played by Roma (Gypsy) bands. The large scale structure of each was influenced by the verbunkos, a Hungarian dance in several parts, each with a different tempo. Within this structure, Liszt preserved the two main structural elements of typical Gypsy improvisation—the lassan (slow) and the friska (fast). At the same time, Liszt incorporated a number of effects unique to the sound of Gypsy bands, especially the pianistic equivalent of the cimbalom. He also makes much use of the Hungarian gypsy scale.
01 alex copyrights
the upload presents the copyrights (UCR = Romanian Union of Composers - 2003)
and the list of musical pieces included in the first 3 presented disks:
- folk music
- another kind of Phileas Fogg (un altfel de Phileas Fogg)
- Rock & Blues
Sandro Acinapura & Gabriele Marangoni: giosues fridays
Considered one of the most important composers of the 20th century, Bartók Béla is also known as one of the first ethnomusicologist and for his pioneering filed recordings of Hungarian, Slovak, Romanian, Bulgarian, Moldavian and Wallachian folk music, an experience that deeply influenced his compositions. On March 31, 2017, violinist Sandro Acinapura and violist-violinist Gabriele Marangoni introduced us to Bartók 's music, playing for us ten out of his celebrated 44 Duos for Two Violins, Sz. 98, BB 104. A concert-lecture with the explanation and execution of all forty-four duos was scheduled immediately after for a selected audience (
Köszönöm szépen Sandro and Gabriele! You made us discover a new world!
Set list: 44 Duos for two violins (B. Bartók)
1. 0:00 Book I, III, Menuetto
2. 0:29 Book I, IV, Szentivánéji – Midsummer Night Song
3. 1:01 Book I, XIV, Párnás Tánc – Pillow dance
4. 1:37 Book II, XVI, Burleszk – Burlesque
5. 2:36 Book III, XXVI, Ugyan Édes Komámasszony … – Teasing Song
6. 3:03 Book III, XXXII, Máramarosi Tánc – Dance from Mármaros
7. 3:44 Book IV, XXXVII, Preludium és Kánon – Prelude and Canon
8. 4:31 Book IV, XLII, Arab Dal – Arabian Dance
9. 5:58 Book IV, XLIII, Pizzicato
10. 6:54 Book IV, XLIV, Erdélyi Tánc – Transylvanian Dance
Artwork: Chiara Calò
Audio-Video recording: Elena Acinapura, Luca De Cinti, Matteo Rossi Reich
Special thanks to: Cristina Tomei
Producer and Editor: Paolo Maraner
La belle excentrique - Flexible Woodwind Sextet/Septet/Octet by Erik Satie
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La belle excentrique
Flexible Woodwind Sextet/Septet/Octet
Erik Satie (arr. Keiichi Kurokawa)
I. Grande ritournelle 0:00
II. Marche franco-lunaire 1:46
III. Valse Du Mysterieux Baiser Dans L'Oeil 3:18
IV. Cancan ‘Grand-mondain’ 5:30
[Part 1 (optional)] Piccolo (doubling Flute)
[Part 2] Flute, Eb Clarinet
[Part 3] Oboe, Bb Clarinet
[Part 4] Bb Clarinet, Eb Alto Saxophone
[Part 5] Bb Clarinet, Bb Tenor Saxophone, Eb Alto Saxophone
[Part 6] Bb Clarinet, Bb Tenor Saxophone, Eb Alto Clarinet
[Part 7] Bassoon, Bb Bass Clarinet, Eb Baritone Saxophone
[Part 8 (optional)] Bassoon, Bb Bass Clarinet, Eb Baritone Saxophone
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French composer Erik Satie (1866-1925) is famous for his piano compositions such as “Gymnopédies” and “Gnossiennes”. Perhaps his most enduring work is “Je te veux” and similar music composed for café concert. Satie was a respected figure in the early 20th-century Parisian avant-garde. His work was a precursor to subsequent musical advances in minimalism, surrealism, repetitive music, and the Theatre of the Absurd. He was highly respected by many major composers, including Ravel and Debussy.
“La belle excentrique” was written as a dance suite for small orchestra. It was conceived as a choreographic stage work and by modern standards can be considered a ballet. It premiered in June 1920 and the main dancer was called “La belle excentrique” even after the event was over. Satie later adapted it to four hand piano duet.
Satie gave it the whimsical subtitle fantaisie sérieuse (A Serious Fantasy) and it consists of four movements:
1. Grande ritournelle (Grand Ritornello) and three dances
2. Marche franco-lunaire (Franco-Lunar March)
3. Valse du mysterieux baiser dans l'œil (Waltz of the Mysterious Kiss in the Eye)
4. Cancan Grand-Mondain (High-Society Cancan)
Ritornello is a recurring passage in Baroque music. Satie evidently intended it as a recurring interlude between dances to allow for costume change. But it also makes an effective introduction and is commonly performed as such, especially in recordings.
Satie relies on his unique harmony and chord progressions. It might be a little difficult to blend, balance, and match but still be confident in sound production and enjoy the eccentric colors. Close attention should be paid to not let accompaniment parts overpower melodies.
Since Parts 1 and 8 can be omitted, from sextet to octet is possible. If performed as a mixed woodwind ensemble, alto sax is recommended for Part 4’s balance and timbre.
The recommended instrumentation is Picc. (doub. Fl.) / Fl. / Cl. / A. Sax / Cl. / T. Sax. / B. Sax. / B. Cl (Parts 7 and 8 can switch between movements). Or, minus Part 1, clarinet sextet or septet [E♭Cl. / Cl. / Cl. / Cl. / Cl. or A. Cl. / B. Cl. / B. Cl.(Opt.)]. Whatever the instrumentation, attention to balance is a priority.
The original transcription was commissioned by Izumi Junior High School Band, Ome, Tokyo in 2009. It was then rearranged to Woodwind Flexible Ensemble in 2014, commissioned by Brain Music (Bravo Music, USA).
Multimusic Canada: No. 2. Indigenos
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Multimusic Canada: No. 2. Indigenos · Moldova Tele-Radio National Symphony Orchestra
Wilderness and Stillness
℗ 2012 Centrediscs
Released on: 2012-10-02
Conductor: Gheorghe Mustea
Orchestra: Moldova Tele-Radio National Symphony Orchestra
Composer: Maya Badian
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Tkmuleba Shota Rustavelze
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Tkmuleba Shota Rustavelze (The Legend of Shota Rustaveli) : Madloba Gmerts (Thanks be to God) · Lado Ataneli
Ataneli, Lado: Baritone Arias
℗ 2009 Naxos
Released on: 2009-12-15
Artist: Lado Ataneli
Conductor: Lodovico Zocche
Orchestra: Wurttemberg Philharmonic Orchestra
Composer: Dimitri Arakishvili
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71: Marco Pollaci
Songbird Music Academy:
I’m so pleased today to talk to my guest today, Music theorist, historian, pianist and singer, Dr. Marco Pollaci!
Following his studies as a pianist and singer, he graduated in a Liberal arts - Music and Performing Arts degree - from the University of Tor Vergata in Rome with Dr. Giorgio Sanguinetti and went on to receive his PhD in Music from the University of Nottingham in 2018.
Dr. Pollaci's research focuses on eighteenth and nineteenth-century opera and music history. He is interested in sketch studies, music theory and music analysis. Further research interests include Partimento Studies and Italian compositional practice in eighteenth and nineteenth century music.
He is currently working as an assistant researcher for a Partimento project for the Department of Musicology of Pavia.
IMRO | RTÉ CO Scoring For Film Programme
About The Programme
The IMRO | RTÉ CO Scoring For Film Programme was established in 2001 in partnership with Filmbase, Screen Training Ireland and The Contemporary Music Centre. The underlying ethos behind this programme is to encourage emerging Irish film producers and directors to commission composers to write and produce original scores when they are creating their film and TV projects.
The programme sees IMRO | RTÉ pairing 4 composers and 4 filmmakers together to have the scores for their short films recorded by the RTÉ Concert Orchestra. Each year that IMRO | RTÉ have run the programme films have gone on to win awards at various national and international film festivals. Previous composers who have participated in the programme include: IFTA Award winning composer Greg Magee, David Downes (Celtic Woman), Liam Bates, Louise Heaney.
The recording session will be engineered, produced and mixed by Brian Masterson. Brian is one of the pioneering recording professionals in Ireland. He was one of the founders of Windmill Lane Recording Studios and oversaw the re-invention of the studio when it moved to Ringsend Road. During his time with Windmill, he worked with a Who's Who of Irish and international music, including Planxty, Clannad, The Chieftains, Shaun Davey, Altan, Van Morrison, Christy Moore, The Red Hot Chili Peppers, Shania Twain, Norah Jones and Katie Melua -- among literally hundreds of others. He has also worked on dozens of movies, including Agnes Brown, The General, The Grifters, My Left Foot and The Field.
The recording session for the 2013/2014 programme took place on 16th April 2014 in Studio 1, RTÉ Radio Centre.
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Beatitudes · Akafist Male Chamber Choir
Famous Russian Choral Works
℗ 2007 haenssler CLASSIC
Released on: 2007-01-01
Choir: Akafist Male Chamber Choir
Conductor: Andrei Vasilyevich Malutin
Composer: Dobri Khristov
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Händel, Georg Friedrich, Allegro, Duett für Flöte, Blockflöte, Duet for flute, recorder
The Club Of Classical Composers presents:
• Hören und Genießen
• Georg Friedrich Händel (1685 – 1759)
• Duett für Flöte/Blockflöte
• Musik des Barocks
• Georg Friedrich Händel gilt als einer der bedeutendsten Komponisten der Musikgeschichte
• Duet for flute / recorder
• Baroque music
• Georg Friedrich Handel is considered one of the most important composers in music history
• Enthält Orchester-Samples der Vienna Symphonic Library & Garritan Library
• Orchestral samples included in this recording from the Vienna Symphonic Library & Garritan Library
„The Club of Classical Composers“ ist ein Musik – Kanal für Musiker und alle Freunde der Musik.
Wir laden zu einem Streifzug durch die Musikepochen der vergangenen Jahrhunderte ein.
Dabei präsentieren wir Musik aus der Renaissance, des Barocks, der Wiener Klassik, der Romantik und der Neuzeit, einfach nur zum Hören und Genießen oder mit einer Dirigenten - Notenblattausgabe, um die Musik und deren Noten verfolgen zu können.
Für Musiker, die ihr instrumentales Können vertiefen und ausbauen möchten, sind entsprechende Backing – Tracks verschiedenster Komponisten hinterlegt.
Dabei reicht das Angebot von einzelnen Begleitinstrumenten, über Streich- und Bläserensembles bis hin zu einem großen Symphonieorchester.
Zum Einzustudieren der Solostimme sind in den Playlists meist bis zu fünf frei wählbare Videos mit Metronom - Angaben hinterlegt.
Wir wünschen nun viel Erfolg und Freunde beim Hören, Üben und Musizieren mit einzelnen Instrumenten zur Begleitung oder mit einem Orchester!
Kemal - Manos Hadjidakis - Mandolin solo
Kemal by Manos Hadjidakis is one of my favorite Greek songs.
I have found it on the album Reflections by The New York Rock & Roll Ensemble and have listened to this song on and on for a long time.
This song fits very well for mandolin and guitar. Manos Hadjidakis is one of the most important Greek composers, known for his soundtrack for the movie Never on Sunday. He has also used the mandolin and other plucked instruments in his compositions.
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The guitar part was prerecorded with my loop station.
Mandolin: Suzuki (Japan)
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Music and the Muse
Origins of the muse, the Nine Muses of mythology, and women in Greek music.
Music Creation And Marketing Marketing Week 07
in this seventh session of an eight week series on how to Create and Market Music Gary Edwards goes tips on how to market your original music through networking and other marketing techniques.
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Franz Liszt, T.O.S.F. (German: [fʁant͡s lɪst]; Hungarian: Liszt Ferencz; October 22, 1811 – July 31, 1886), in modern use Liszt Ferenc[n 1] (Hungarian pronunciation: [list ˈfɛrɛnt͡s]); from 1859 to 1867 officially Franz Ritter von Liszt,[n 2] was a 19th-century Hungarian composer, virtuoso pianist, conductor, teacher and Franciscan tertiary.
Liszt gained renown in Europe during the early nineteenth century for his virtuosic skill as a pianist. He was said by his contemporaries to have been the most technically advanced pianist of his age, and in the 1840s he was considered to be the greatest pianist of all time. Liszt was also a well-known and influential composer, piano teacher and conductor. He was a benefactor to other composers, including Richard Wagner, Hector Berlioz, Camille Saint-Saëns, Edvard Grieg and Alexander Borodin.
As a composer, Liszt was one of the most prominent representatives of the Neudeutsche Schule (New German School). He left behind an extensive and diverse body of work in which he influenced his forward-looking contemporaries and anticipated some 20th-century ideas and trends. Some of his most notable contributions were the invention of the symphonic poem, developing the concept of thematic transformation as part of his experiments in musical form and making radical departures in harmony. He also played an important role in popularizing a wide array of music by transcribing it for piano. (Wikipedia)
Corfu arranging lecture Pt. 1. by Bill Warfield m4v
Part 1 of a twenty minute lecture on jazz arranging that I delivered at the IASJ conference on the island of Corfu, October 24th, 2010. The focus is the balance of improvisation and composition in jazz arranging. The examples are from a jazz piano concerto I composed, Cowboy Jazz featuring Eugene Albulescu on piano and Creataloop, a piece from the tone poem, Le Jazz Hot featuring Dave Ballou on trumpet.
Stranger Bowings: A Guide to Unusual and Rarely Used Bowing Practices
Today's episode is a mini-documentary and how to guide about a few little known and rarely used violin bowing techniques. During the video, I will explain the techniques (as I understand them to be) and demonstrate them in brief clips. Some of the techniques are potential damage hazards, so if you choose to try them for yourself, it is at your own risk.
Bowing Technique Reference Links:
Béla Bartók - Part 3
Mid-80s biography of the great Hungarian composer. I DO NOT OWN THE COPYRIGHT TO THIS--Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for fair use for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.
Milhaud Violin Concert No 2, Violin Sonata No 2; Enescu Violin Sonata No 3
Andre Gertler performs Milhaud Violin Concert No 2, Violin Sonata No 2; Enescu Violin Sonata No 3
To gain a better understanding of the chronology violinist composers and soloists, I have made a list including the year each was born:
Leopold Mozart 1719
Wolfgang Mozart 1756
La Font 1781
Ole Bull 1810
Ferdinand David 1810
Robert Schumann 1810
Clara Schumann 1819
Saint Saens 1835
Maud Powell 1867
Vaughan Williams 1872
Adolf Busch 1891
Von Vecsey 1893
Elliott Carter 1908
For a list of violin composers before Mozart, check out my upload of early violin concertos