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  • 50 Most Famous Pieces of Classical Music

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    50 MOST FAMOUS PIECES OF CLASSICAL MUSIC

    01 Strauss II – Voices of Spring 00:00
    02 Bizet – Carmen: Les Toreadors 07:33
    03 Tchaikovsky – Lo Schiaccianoci: Danza Russa 09:38
    04 Mendelssohn – A Midsummer Night’s Dream: Wedding March 10:51
    05 Mozart – Symphony No. 40: I. Molto allegro 15:18
    06 Vivaldi – The Four Seasons. “Summer”: III. Presto 23:29
    07 Mozart – Requiem: Dies Irae 26:07
    08 Rossini – The Barber of Seville: Overture 27:48
    09 Strauss I – Radetzky March 34:43
    10 Tchaikovsky – Lo Schiaccianoci - Valzer dei fiori 37:08
    11 Strauss II – On the Beautiful Blue Danube 44:12
    12 Mozart – Le Nozze di Figaro: Non Più Andrai Farfallone Amoroso 55:36
    13 Grieg – Holberg Suite: I. Praeludium 58:53
    14 Bach – Brandenburg Concerto No. 3: III. Allegro 1:01:38
    15 Beethoven – Symphony No. 6 “Pastoral”: I. Allegro ma non troppo 1:06:22
    16 Vivaldi – The Four Seasons. “Spring”: I. Allegro 1:17:14
    17 Mozart – Eine Kleine Nachtmusik: I. Allegro 1:20:30
    18 Haydn – Cello Concerto No. 1: I. Moderato 1:26:29
    19 Boccherini – String Quintet Op. 11 No. 5: Minuetto 1:35:13
    20 Tchaikovsky – Serenade for Strings Op. 48: II. Valse 1:38:38
    21 Dvorak – Serenade for Strings Op. 22: II. Minuet 1:42:34
    22 Tchaikovsky – Symphony No. 6 “Pathetique”: II. Allegro con grazia 1:49:14
    23 Sibelius – Andante Festivo 1:57:10
    24 Bach – Orchestral Suite No. 2: III. Sarabande 2:01:16
    25 Puccini – Vissi d’Arte (instrumental) 2:04:15
    26 Saint-Saens – The Carnival of the Animals: The Swan 2:06:53
    27 Satie – Trois Gymnopedies: No. 1, Lent et douloureux 2:09:32
    28 Chopin – Nocturnes, Op. 9: No. 2 2:12:19
    29 Bach – Orchestral Suite No. 3: II. Air 2:17:50
    30 Beethoven – Piano Sonata No. 14 “Moonlight Sonata”: I. Adagio sostenuto 2:24:12
    31 Debussy – Suite Bergamasque: No. 3, Clair de Lune 2:30:52
    32 Ravel – Pavane pour une Infante Defunte 2:36:43
    33 Grieg – Lyric Pieces, Op. 54: No. 4, Nocturne 2:43:43
    34 Beethoven – Fur Elise 2:47:14
    35 Debussy – The Girl with the Flaxen Hair 2:51:03
    36 Mendelssohn – Lieder ohne Worte Op. 19b: No. 1 2:54:02
    37 Bach-Gounoud – Ave Maria 2:56:47
    38 Beethoven – Piano Sonata Op. 8 No. 13 “Pathetique”: III. Rondò 2:58:31
    39 Chopin – Fantaisie Impromptu 3:02:38
    40 Mozart – Piano Sonata No. 11: III. Turkish March 3:06:46
    41 Ravel – Bolero 3:10:25
    42 Tchaikovsky – Lo Schiaccianoci: Danza della Fata Confetto 3:24:07
    43 Brahms – Symphony No. 1: II. Andante sostenuto 3:26:16
    44 Barber – Adagio for strings 3:34:40
    45 Mozart – The Magic Flute: Overture 3:41:44
    46 Beethoven – Symphony No. 7: II. Allegretto 3:48:57
    47 Schubert – Symphony No. 8 “Unfinished Symphony”: I. Allegro moderato 3:57:55
    48 Brahms – Tragic Overture 4:08:52
    49 Dvorak – Symphony No. 9 “From the New World”: IV. Allegro con fuoco 4:22:56
    50 Verdi – La Traviata: Addio del passato 4:34:05

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  • Roumen Boyadjieff jr, Symphonic Poem Bulgaria, in memory of the Bulgarian composer Pancho Vladigerov

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    Roumen Boyadjieff jr, Symphonic Poem Bulgaria, in memory of the Bulgarian composer Pancho Vladigerov

    Bulgarian National Radio Symphony Orchestra
    Grigor Palikarov, conductor

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  • Beatitudes

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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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  • Composer Kings

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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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  • Franz Liszt - 5 Piano Pieces S. 192

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    Between 1865 and 1879 Liszt wrote Fünf kleine Klavierstücke (S 192) for Baroness Meyendorff, although Leslie Howard indicated there is no evidence they were meant as a cycle. The first four pieces were published in 1928 and the last only in the 1960s.

    In 1865 Liszt based the first of these five short piano pieces on an earlier song, Gestorben war ich, set to the text of Ludwig Uhland. Liszt had also arranged the song for piano and published as his first Liebestraum. In Klavierstück No. 1, Liszt adds a new introduction and a contrasting addition to the B section, but much of the melodic material remains the same and in the same key. The introduction is a series of broken diminished chords each followed by a fermata. The piece has a simple, song-like melody restated in octaves. The B section moves the melodic line to the bass, providing a crescendo to the climactic five-note descending phrase that Liszt repeats three more times. The opening theme returns to round out the charming piece in a clear ABA form.

    The second piece in A-flat major (1865) has a song-like melody accompanied by syncopated chords. As in the preceding piece, Liszt restates the melodic line in octaves and intensifies the accompaniment. The contrasting section un poco animato with the melodic pattern alternating in the bass and treble is a thematic transformation of the opening ideas. The music builds to a surprising fff climax for such a short piece and ends with another variation of the first theme.

    The third and fourth piano pieces are only twenty-five and twenty-one measures respectively and both in F-sharp major. They are so short that they seem to be fragments rather than worked-out compositions. The third Sehr langsam (1873) repeats a four-measure descending phase six times in various guises, all pianissimo and dolcissimo. The fourth Andantino (1876) is another gentle and quiet song based upon a brief two-measure theme. Although it has more contrast beginning in m. 8 with a faster and louder section, it quickly returns to a simple re-harmonization of the opening theme to close on an F-sharp major arpeggiated chord.

    Dating from 1879 Sospiri! (Sighs), the last piece of the cycle, is monothematic in its approach. The introduction forecasts the main melody presented at m. 11 dolce amoroso, and Liszt subtlety and imaginatively transforms the temperate theme until the surprising arrival of the sf half-diminished chord in m. 80. The piece ends jarringly with this half-diminished-seventh chord moving directly in pianissimo fully diminished-seventh chord. Sospiri is the highlight of the set.

    (The Liszt Companion)

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  • Top Ten Piano Composers

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    Ya, so this is a list of my top ten piano composers.

    Ya, I know it's really long

    Ya, I know it says subtitle text here under all the names, that wont happen next time.

    Ya....Enjoy! :D

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  • Beethoven: Symphony No. 1 in C Major II. Andante cantabile NotePerformer 3 + Score

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    Here’s the second video of my long-term Beethoven cycle to mark his 250th birthday in 2020 (December). This one’s the second movement to Beethoven’s 1st symphony. Hope you enjoy.

    Piece: Symphony No. 1 in C Major, Op. 21 II. Andante cantabile
    Composer: Ludwig van Beethoven, Austria
    Score Publisher: Breitkopf und Hartel
    MIDI file (with score notes and basic dynamics) via Classical Archives Additional dynamics, phrasings, tempo, flexibility/emphases, interpretation, and effects by: Wayne Yang, USA
    Plug-ins: NotePerformer 3 © Wallander Instruments AB
    Programs used: Sibelius and Logic

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    There are metronome markings on the score but they have been subject to intense debate. For me, I tend to follow metronome markings more closely when it's a work starting in the late 1800s, 20th century. Our musical impressions and thoughts are always changing and there was a huge aesthetics shift during the 1800s that may (almost certainly) had affected the music-revolutionary Beethoven if he were alive then, and still influences film composers of today (most notably John Williams). Because this symphony was completed before the shift, this unfortunately leaves us only in speculation. I use the metronome markings as a way of understanding how Beethoven may have written the piece in the context of his time, but I also believe that it is the tempo markings that holds much more weight in communicating directly and personally with us as musicians and musicians of the future with our constantly evolving aesthetics.

    If you wish to hear something more scholarly accurate, my go-to conductors in this case would be George Szell, Felix Weingartner, Arturo Toscanini, and John Eliot Gardiner.

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    jpn: ベートーベン
    kor: 베토벤
    hebrew: בטהובן
    arabic: بيتهوفن

  • Svetoslav Obretenov - Prespivalkap Lullaby

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    Album: Bulgarian Sketches
    Works for Cello and Piano by Bulgarian Composers

    Performers:
    Marta Simidtchieva, violoncello
    Kris Pineda, piano

    Works for cello by Bulgarian composers – the pieces in this compact disc were compiled by the cello player Marta Simidtchieva, who has recorded short original and transcribed pieces for the instrument “whose voice comes closest to that of the human being”, as we are often told. A part of the Bulgarian solo instrumental music of the 20th century has been presented through the instrumental miniature and the voice of the cello.

    The programme of this CD begins with a piece by the most famous Bulgarian composer Pancho Vladigerov, Krassimir Kyurkchiiski, Svetoslav Obretenov, Lyubomir Pipkov, Iliya Draganov, Marin Goleminov and Peter Hristoskov.

  • Franz Liszt - Valse-Impromptu S. 213

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    A wonderful, elegant waltz in A-flat major, Valse impromptu begins Vivace scherzando with a thirteen-measure introduction and leggierissimo treble cadenza. The main theme contains a lively triplet figure on the downbeat of each measure whereas the contrasting and statelier second theme consists of slower note values. Each section repeats, creating a tight ABAB form with coda, which alternates both themes in a clever and enticing way. Though not particularly virtuosic, the Valse contains some challenging right-hand leaps and rapid cadenza-like passages. Liszt performed this waltz in his concerts in St. Petersburg in 1842.

    (The Liszt Companion)

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  • Gounod-Liszt - Valse de Faust Cziffra

    10:45

    György Cziffra, piano

  • Chamber Symphony, Op 110a - Concertino Accordion Band

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    Chamber Symphony Op. 110a
    Arr. by Roudolf Barchaï after Shostakovich’s String Quartet No. 8, Op. 110
    Arr. for accordions by Concertino Accordion Band

    ABOUT THE ALBUM

    No century has seen more innovation in musical forms and styles than the XX century. Never before in the history of music had composers and performers defied so many of the previously accepted rules, bringing about radical changes to the definition of music itself.

    This is a concept accordion ensemble Concertino can relate to; for the last 15 years, they have been rewriting rules, breathing new life in both classical and modern compositions and simultaneously elevating the accordion to new heights. “Shostakovich, Rota, Bartók: Our Way” marks the beginning of a new journey for the Moldavian ensemble - one of self-discovery and improvement, learning and exploration, which will take them the roots of modern music. A first immersion in what was perhaps the most prolific century of music history, the albums pays tribute to three pillars of the 1900s, injecting its own heart and artistic quality into each one of them. The instruments paint a soundscape that is equal parts familiar and foreign, known and unknown and, in doing so, perfectly capture the spirit of an age of contrasts, evolution and new horizons.

    ABOUT CONCERTINO

    Concertino is a multi-awarded ensemble whose main goal has been, from the very beginning, the promotion of the accordion in all its forms and versatility. They held their first rehearsal in 2003, and since then they have been relentlessly working together, always pushing their instruments’ limits along with their own. The hallmark of Concertino is the centrality of the accordion, which becomes the main voice of the ensemble, supported by a selection of other instruments that change upon need.

    Their first award came in 2006 at the International Accordion Festival of Castelfidardo, Italy, fueling their passion and hunger for further self-development. With 19 Grand Prix and First Prizes under their belt, Concertino have performed at the world’s most renowned competitions and festivals, mesmerizing audiences from Canada, North Korea, Germany, Russia, Austria and Czech Republic – and the list goes on.

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  • 10 Most Beautiful Classical Cello Pieces

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    Can't get enough of sonorous, eloquent, lustrous, poignant, and sensuous sound of cello!
    I wanted to use a few of Yo-Yo Ma's performance but couldn't, since his videos were copyrighted. I also wanted to use a few of Jacqueline du Pré's performance but didn't find a good quality video. But I am happy with the ones I used.
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    **This video is purely for entertainment**

  • Valentina Lisitsa plays Liszts Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2

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    Valentina Lisitsa plays Liszt's Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2.

    Recorded live on May 22th, 2010 in Leiden, Holland
    by von Aichberger & Roenneke GmbH
    Michael von Aichberger
    Dominik Roenneke
    Florian Breuer
    Michael Hohnstock
    Thanks to Alexei Kuznetsoff
    and
    Cum Laude Concerten, Leiden
    Michiel van Westering

  • Classical Music for Relaxation: Chopin, Beethoven, Liszt...

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    CLASSICAL MUSIC FOR RELAXATION

    1 Litvinovsky - Le Grand Cahier: I. La Foret et la Riviere 00:00
    2 Litvinovsky - Le Grand Cahier: V. La Servante et la l'Ordonnance 02:46
    3 Einaudi - Nuvole Bianche (Arr. For two cellos) 05:11
    4 Barriere - 6 Cello Sonatas: No. 4 in G Major: I. Andante 11:39
    5 Saint Seans - The Carnival of the Animals: XIII, The Swan 16:24
    6 Faulkner - New Beginning 19:03
    7 Telemann - Viola Concerto in G Major: III. Andante 23:09
    8 Corelli - Concerto Grosso Op. 6 No. 1: I. Largo 27:53
    9 Beethoven - Piano Sonata No. 14, Moonlight Sonata: I. Adagio sostenuto 30:50
    10 Schumann - Kinderszenen, Op. 15: No. 7, Träumerei (Live Recording) 35:43
    11 Chopin - Nocturnes, Op. 9: No. 2 in E-flat major 38:39
    12 Liszt - Liebesträume, S. 541: No. 3 in A-Flat Major 42:59
    13 Debussy - Suite Bergamasque, L. 75: III. Clair de Lune 48:41
    14 Satie - Trois Gymnopédies: No. 1, Lent et doloreux 53:25
    15 Chopin - Nocturne in C sharp minor, Op. Posth. 56:15
    16 Faulkner - Ballade 01:00:04
    17 Einaudi - Le Onde 01:02:59
    18 Yiruma - River Flows in you 01:06:07
    19 Chopin - Preludes, Op. 28: No. 15 Raindrop 01:09:09
    20 Einaudi - Nefeli 01:14:29
    21 Liszt/Schubert - Ständchen (Serenade), S. 560, No. 7 01:18:14
    22 Bach/Gounod - Ave Maria 01:23:55
    23 Mozart/Liszt - Ave verum corpus, S. 44 01:25:40
    24 Grieg - Lyric Pieces, Op. 12: No. 1, Arietta 01:28:00
    25 Bach - Orchestral Suite No. 3 in D Major, BWV 1068: II. Air on the G string 01:29:12
    26 Galuppi - Piano Sonata No. 5 in C Major: I. Andante (Live Recording) 01:35:27
    27 Beethoven - Bagatelle No. 25 in A Minor, WoO 59 Für Elise 01:40:40
    28 Beethoven - Piano Concerto No. 1 in C Major, Op. 15: II. Largo 01:44:28
    29 Mendelssohn - Songs Without Words, Book 1, Op. 19b: No. 1, Andante con moto 01:54:01
    30 Bach - 6 Cello Suites, No. 1 in G Major, BWV 1007: IV. Sarabande 01:57:50
    31 Tchaikovsky - Symphony No. 6 in B Minor, Op. 74: II. Allegro con grazia 02:00:32
    32 Grieg - Holberg Suite, Op. 40: II. Sarabande 02:08:29
    33 Tchaikovsky - Serenade for Strings in C Major, Op.48: I. Allegro 02:12:29

    1, 2: Metamorphose String Orchestra, Pavel Lyubomudrov
    3, 4: Mr & Mrs Cello
    5, 30: Sarah Joy (piano on The Swan: Kathy Hohstadt)
    6, 9, 11, 13, 15, 16, 18, 19: Luke Faulkner
    7: Warmia Symphony Orchestra, Giovanni Antonioni (viola), Silvano Frontalini
    8: Kiev Chamber Orchestra, Liviu Buiuc
    10, 21, 26, 29: Vadim Chaimovich
    12, 25, 27: Giovanni Umberto Battel
    14, 17, 20, 22-24: Carlo Balzaretti
    28, 32, 33: Orchestra da Camera Fiorentina, Giuseppe Lanzetta
    31: Wroclaw Symphony Orchestra, Natalia Ponomarchuk

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  • André Rieu - Highland Cathedral

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    André Rieu & His Johann Strauss Orchestra performing Highland Cathedral live in Maastricht. Taken from the DVD 'The Magic Of Maastricht'- 30 Years Johann Strauss Orchestra.

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  • OFFICIAL Bucharest Symphony Orchestra - First Tour in Asia - China 2015

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    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.
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    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.

  • Alexander Borodine : Symphonie n°2 « Épique » 2/3 - Homage to great Youtubers : 581983141

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    Homage to great Youtubers : 581983141
    Alexander Borodine (1833-1887) (Russie)
    Symphonie n°2 « Épique » (1876) 2/3
    Dir : Evgueni Svetlanov

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    3- Andante (10.36)
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    PART III :

    With more than 3500 videos, 581983141's channel, created on 2007, August the 24th, presents an impressive choice of musical works where all kinds are representated. Works are presented in their entirety. His young host (who is Netherlander) has chosen a portrait of Franz Schubert as background, and defines himself as : « A person whose purpose in life is others. What is mine is yours. Except my wife ». A major advantage of his channel is having established a list of all the composers presentated. In this very large catalog, we especially recommend you : Max Bruch's « Violin Concerto No. 1 » (1868) ; Ferdé Grofé's « Grand Canyon Suite » (1931) and « Mississipi Suite » (1926) ; Georges Gershwin's « An Americain in Paris » (1928) ; William Walton's « Symphony No. 1 » (1935) ; Samuel Barber's « Adagio for strings » (1938) ; Richard Addinsell's « Warsaw Concerto » (1941) ; Francis Poulenc's « Stabat Mater » (1950) and « Gloria » (1959).
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    Partagé entre ses trois passions -- la musique, la chimie et la médecine -- Alexandre Borodine passa sa vie à les concilier et à lutter contre le temps. Fils d'un prince géorgien, il fut toujours à l'abri du besoin, reçut une solide éducation et fit des études brillantes. Autodidacte, il apprit le piano, la flûte et le violoncelle, composa à treize ans un « Concerto pour flûte et piano » et un « Trio pour deux violons et violoncelle ». Une fois devenu médecin, il continue à pratiquer ses deux autres passions : la chimie et la composition. Ami de Moussorgsky, qu'il a soigné dans un hôpital militaire, et épris d'une pianiste virtuose qui deviendra sa femme, il découvre les romantiques allemands, notamment Schumann, Liszt et Wagner. Pour lutter contre l'académisme musical de la Russie tsariste, il fonde, sous la tutelle de Balakirev et Rimsky-Korsakov, le « Groupe des Cinq », qui compte aussi Moussorgsky et Cui, et bientôt le très jeune Alexander Glazounov (élève de Rimsky-Korsakov). Bien qu'il n'ait jamais été un compositeur professionnel, Borodine laisse une œuvre de très haute valeur : trois symphonies (1867, 1876, 1887) dont la dernière, inachevée, sera orchestrée par Glazounov ; le célébrissime poème symphonique « Dans les Steppes de l'Asie centrale » (1880) ; la « Petite Suite » (1885) ; les « Danses Polovtsiennes » de l'Opéra « Le Prince Igor » (1887) ; deux trios à cordes (1856, 1860), deux quatuors à cordes (1879, 1881) et diverses autres œuvres de musique de chambre. Alexandre Borodine qui se définissait comme un « compositeur du dimanche » car son emploi du temps ne lui permettait de composer que durant la période hivernale, mit sept années pour parachever sa « Symphonie n°2 » intitulée « Épique » (1869-76). C'est sans doute la plus parfaite des symphonies russes romantiques jamais écrites, puisqu'il est d'ordinaire admis que « Shéhérazade » (1888) de Rimsky-Korsakov n'est pas une symphonie.

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    01 PUCCINI - Tosca: Vissi d’Arte (instrumental) 00:00
    02 LISZT – Liebesträume: No. 3 02:37
    03 PIAZZOLLA – Oblivion 08:23
    04 BEETHOVEN – Piano Concerto No. 3 Op. 37: II. Largo 11:59
    05 SCHUMANN – Kinderszenen, Op. 15: No. 7, Traumerei 21:51
    06 CHOPIN – Etude Op. 25 No. 1 “Aeolian Harp” 25:09
    07 PROKOFIEV – Romeo and Juliet: Pater Lorenzo 27:37
    08 MOZART – Flute and Harp Concerto K. 299: II. Andantino 29:47
    09 TCHAIKOVSKY – The Nutcracker: Valzer dei Fiori 37:56
    10 STRAUSS II – An der Schonen Blauen Donau (On the Beautiful Blue Danube) 45:00
    11 STRAUSS II – Rosen aus dem Süden (Roses from the South) 56:25
    12 STRAUSS II – Liebeslieder (Love Songs) 1:06:08
    13 TCHAIKOVSKY – Serenade for Strings Op. 48: II. Valse 1:15:42
    14 ROTA – Il Gattopardo: Valzer del Commiato 1:19:37
    15 SIBELIUS – Andante Festivo 1:22:47
    16 EINAUDI – Le Onde 1:26:55
    17 BEETHOVEN – Bagatelle No. 25 “Fur Elise” 1:30:03
    18 DEBUSSY – Arabesque No. 1 1:33:53
    19 DEBUSSY – La Fille aux Cheveux de Lin (The Girl with Flaxen Hair) 1:38:45
    20 CHOPIN – Nocturne Op. 9 No. 2 1:41:44
    21 DEBUSSY – Suite Bergamasque: III. Clair de Lune 1:47:15
    22 BEETHOVEN – Moonlight Sonata: I. Adagio sostenuto 1:53:06
    23 PIAZZOLLA – Libertango (live recording) 1:59:46
    24 MORRICONE – The Legend of 1900: Playing Love 2:02:39
    25 DVORAK – Serenade for Strings Op. 22: I. Moderato 2:06:12
    26 VERDI – Il Trovatore: Tacea la Notte Placida 2:10:31
    27 GOUNOD – Romeo et Juliette: Je Veux Vivre (instrumental) 2:15:43
    28 VERDI – Rigoletto: Caro Nome (instrumental) 2:19:17
    29 MOZART – Le Nozze di Figaro: Voi che Sapete (instrumental) 2:25:54
    30 VERDI – Il Trovatore: Il Balen del Suo Sorriso (instrumental) 2:28:09

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  • Otto Nicolai, Symphony No 2 in D major

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    Otto Nicolai, Symphony No. 2 in D-major (1835)

    1. Andante - Allegro
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    Carl Otto Ehrenfried Nicolai (9 June 1810 – 11 May 1849) was a German composer, conductor, and one of the founders of the Vienna Philharmonic. Nicolai is best known for his operatic version of Shakespeare's comedy The Merry Wives of Windsor as Die lustigen Weiber von Windsor. In addition to five operas, Nicolai composed lieder, works for orchestra, chorus, ensemble, and solo instruments.

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    Vol. 2
    0:00 Alice in Blue No. 2 - 69291
    3:38 All alone - 205421
    7:44 An old sweetheart of mine - 90053
    12:28 Annie Laurie - 241
    15:02 April in Paris - 2971
    19:22 Arabesque - 51004
    25:34 Ballet of the flowers - 64883
    31:11 Berger: Amoreuse - Andrei Kmita piano - 55205
    36:39 Berlin: Blue skies - Frank Black piano - 208453
    40:57 Fairchild: Because - 391
    43:17 Kreisler: Alt wiener tanzweisen - 50584
    46:55 Leslie Loth plays his Papillons No 2: arabesque and intermezzo - 68991
    50:07 Liliuokalani: Aloha oe - Andrei Kmita piano - 57052
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    Selection of the best preserved and restored old Ampico piano rolls, recorded from the late 1800's and early 1900's (many of these were unpublished). I can also upload some of the pieces in a single video, just ask!

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    When i discovered that old piano rolls could be easily scanned with modern hardwares and then converted into an exact MIDI copy of the roll, i was pretty surprised that nobody has really taken the duty to upload, on a stable and frequented site like Youtube, all the material available on the internet. So today im planning to upload all the 1k files i have my hands on, trying to always respect the copyrights and trying when possible to search and synchronize the music sheets with the audio which is sampled from MIDI using some free software around online! What I've unexpectedly found is an almost infinite list of GREAT pieces, totally and inexplicably forgotten! Some of the pieces are completely never uploaded on any source on the net and some others are very rare to find; togheter whit these rare pearls we have also a lot of fantastic and very interesting performances of great and better known classical pieces recorded more or less one hundred years ago, where I've found that interpreting a piece was significantly different, hear to believe! This entire project is of course taking a lot of my free time (time to select, to fix with midi editor, to find the best sound with samplers and options, to look up the sheets and syncro etc) but that's still a thing I really wanna do, for pleasure, curiosity ,culture and for the others! So if you wanna help a little i may only ask to like, share and subscribe:) nothing more! Thanks if you read up here and have a good time! Bruno

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  • Dohnanyi - music for violin and piano

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    Of all modern composers my favorites include Reger, Hindemith, Walton, Busoni, Godowsky, Prokofiev, Bartok, Szymanowski, Balakirev, and Dohnanyi, most deserve more attention and should be heard more frequently at recitals and concerts. His music for piano is some of the most underrated I have ever heard.

    Although Dohnanyi was Hungarian, Tasmin Little has become something of a specialist of modern Brittish composers, if you follow her discography you will find there is much to discover and all well worth exploring. My personal favorite is her recording of the Walton Violin Sonata. Her violin is a 1757 Guadagnini.

    1-3 Violin Sonata op21 (1912)
    4-6 Ruralia Hungarica op32c (1914)
    7-11 Serenade for String Trio op10 (1902)
    12 Variations and Fugue on a Theme by E.G. op4 (1897)
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    To gain a better understanding of the chronology violinist composers and soloists that came after Mozart, I have made a list including the year each was born:

    Corelli 1653
    Vivaldi 1678
    Bach 1685
    Tartini 1692
    Locatelli 1695
    Leopold Mozart 1719
    Hellendaal 1721
    Nardini 1722
    Gavinies 1728
    Haydn 1732
    Boccherini 1743
    Cambini 1746
    Clementi 1752
    Viotti 1755
    Fiorillo 1755
    Shaw 1755
    Wolfgang Mozart 1756
    Lindley 1756
    Pleyel 1757
    Dussek 1760
    Brooks 1760
    Kerutzer 1766
    Wesley 1766
    Beethoven 1770
    Balliot 1771
    Paer 1771
    Rode 1774
    Hummel 1778
    La Font 1781
    Paganini 1782
    Spohr 1784
    Ries 1784
    Weber 1786
    Lipinski 1790
    Czerny 1791
    Rossini 1792
    Schubert 1797
    Rolla 1798
    Beroit 1802
    Berlioz 1803
    Saint-Lubin 1805
    Ole Bull 1810
    Mendelssohn 1809
    Ferdinand David 1810
    Chopin 1810
    Robert Schumann 1810
    Liszt 1811
    Massart 1811
    Ernst 1812
    Thalberg 1812
    Alkan 1813
    Wagner 1813
    Sivori 1815
    Alard 1815
    Dancla 1817
    Bazzini 1818
    Clara Schumann 1819
    Vieuxtemps 1820
    Franck 1822
    Raff 1822
    Lalo 1823
    Smetana 1824
    Bruckner 1824
    Rubinstein 1829
    Goldmark 1830
    Joachim 1831
    Brahms 1833
    Accolay 1833
    Borodin 1833
    Zarzycki 1834
    Wieniawksi 1835
    Saint Saens 1835
    Cui 1835
    Balakirev 1837
    Bruch 1838
    Tchaikovsky 1840
    Rieding 1840
    Svendsen 1840
    Dvorak 1841
    Massenet 1842
    Grieg 1843
    Sarasate 1844
    Rimsky-Korsakov 1844
    Wilhelmj 1845
    Auer 1845
    Faure 1845
    Marsick 1847
    Seitz 1848
    Godard 1849
    D'Indy 1851
    Sauret 1852
    Sevcik 1852
    Foote 1853
    Janacek 1854
    Moszkowski 1854
    Chausson 1855
    Sinding 1856
    Taneyev 1856
    Elgar 1857
    Hubay 1858
    Ysaye 1858
    Paderewski 1860
    Mahler 1860
    Arensky 1861
    Catoire 1861
    Debussy 1862
    Delius 1862
    Strauss 1864
    Ropartz 1864
    Sibelius 1865
    Glazunov 1865
    Nielsen 1865
    Busoni 1866
    Novacek 1866
    Satie 1866
    Maud Powell 1867
    Drdla 1868
    Conus 1869
    Pfitzner 1869
    Lekeu 1870
    Vierne 1870
    Godowsky 1870
    Scriabin 1872
    Vaughan Williams 1872
    Rachmaninoff 1873
    Reger 1873
    Flesch 1873
    Suk 1874
    Ives 1874
    Holst 1874
    Schoenberg 1874
    Ravel 1875
    Kreisler 1875
    Gliere 1875
    Coleridge-Taylor 1875
    Karlowicz 1876
    Falla 1876
    Dohnanyi 1877
    Medtner 1880
    Bloch 1880
    Kubelik 1880
    Thibaud 1880
    Enescu 1881
    Bartok 1881
    Stravinsky 1882
    Szymanowski 1882
    Kodaly 1882
    Huberman 1882
    Ponce 1882
    Grainger 1882
    Kocian 1883
    Webern 1883
    Bax 1883
    Gruenberg 1884
    Suk 1885
    Berg 1885
    Achron 1886
    Kochanski 1887
    Villa-Lobos 1887
    Persinger 1887
    Spalding 1888
    Dinicu 1889
    Zimbalist 1889
    Martinu 1890
    Respighi 1891
    Prokofiev 1891
    Elman 1891
    Dushkin 1891
    Adolf Busch 1891
    Szigeti 1892
    Myaskovsky 1893
    Von Vecsey 1893
    Piston 1894
    Hindemith 1895
    Tedesco 1895
    Korngold 1897
    Ben-Haim 1897
    Gershwin 1898
    Poulenc 1899
    Seidel 1899
    Copland 1900
    Prihoda 1900
    Krenek 1900
    Heifetz 1901
    Walton 1902
    Francescatti 1902
    Khachaturian 1903
    Galamian 1903
    Kabalevsky 1904
    Milstein 1904
    Morini 1904
    Campoli 1906
    Spivakovsky 1906
    Shostakovich 1906
    Oistrakh 1908
    Elliott Carter 1908
    Goldberg 1909
    Gingold 1909
    Bacewicz 1909
    Barber 1910
    Barsukov 1912
    Cage 1912
    Britten 1913
    Khrennikov 1913
    Lutosławski 1913
    Menuhin 1916
    Dutilleux 1916
    Shumsky 1917
    Szeryng 1918
    Ricci 1918
    Rochberg 1918
    Bernstein 1918
    Neveu 1919
    Vainberg 1919
    Stern 1920
    Grumiaux 1921
    Gitlis 1922
    Hassid 1923
    Kogan 1924
    Martzy 1924
    Bunin 1924
    Stikovetsky 1925

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  • Classical Music Mix Best Classical Pieces Part I

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    Compositions name list:

    00:01 - Albinoni - Adagio in g minor
    10:44 - Pachelbel - Canon in D major
    16:55 - Beethoven - Moonlight Sonata
    22:59 - Carlos Gardel - Por una cabeza
    30:03 - Dmitri Shostakovich - Waltz no 2
    33:52 - Eugen Doga - Grammofon
    36:20 - Gheorghe Zamfir - The Lonely Shepherd
    40:40 - Johann Strauss II - Vienna Blood Waltz
    47:46 - Johann Strauss II - Voices of Spring Waltz
    53:31 - Juventino Rosas - Over the Waves Waltz
    59:20 - Mozart - Rondo Alla Turca
    1:02:57 - Mozart - Symphony 40 No 1
    1:09:16 - Mozart - Lacrimosa
    1:12:36 - Nino Rota - Vito's Waltz
    1:15:28 - Nobuo Uematsu - Dance With the Balamb-Fish
    1:19:08 - Tchaikovsky - Sleeping Beauty Waltz
    1:23:47 - Tchaikovsky - Swan Lake Waltz
    1:30:41 - Tchaikovsky - Waltz of the Flowers
    1:37:05 - Mozart - Serenade No 13

  • Pancho Vladigerov - Arioso op. 57

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    A beautiful piece from one of the greatest Bulgarian composers - Pancho Vladigerov.

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  • FIMUCITÉ 4 - Oceans - Bruno Coulais

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    OCEANS

    Composer: Bruno Coulais.

    Composer and festival director Diego Navarro conducted the world premiere in concert of OCEANS, composed by Bruno Coulais, performed by the Orquesta Sinfónica de Tenerife (OST), during the 4th edition of the Tenerife International Film Music Festival (FIMUCITÉ), celebrated in 2010.

    Selected pieces from Oceans soundtrack:

    - La Raie
    - Les Massacres
    - Un nouvel ocean
    - Le temps des découvertes

    Concertmaster: Fernando Rodríguez Fragoso.
    Tenerife Film Choir
    Choir master: Cristina Farrais.

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  • Russian Folk Music & Slavic Music

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    Russian folk music and Slavic music about Russian and Slavic landscapes, villages, and mythical tales.


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    0:00 – Russian Winter
    3:09 – Night in Russia
    6:01 – The Bogatyr
    9:39 – Tale of the Firebird
    12:42 – Gray River Fort
    15:56 – Market of the Northlands
    19:11 – Old Stone Ruins

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    22:21 – Slavic Lands
    25:48 – Growling Bear Tavern
    28:50 – Slavic Warriors
    31:59 – Woodland Leshy
    35:06 – Forest Vila
    38:31 – Alkonost
    41:45 – Devana
    44:52 – Belobog
    48:05 – Czech Castle
    51:16 – Kingdom of Serbia
    54:32 – Polish Town
    57:32 – Poland
    1:00:40 – Ukrainian Village


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  • Top 50 Best Classical Violin Music

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

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  • The Godfather – Orchestral Suite // The Danish National Symphony Orchestra

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    The Godfather – Orchestral Suite
    Composed by Nino Rota
    Melodica: Jakob Weber
    Mandolin: Mads Kjølby
    Solo violin: Christina Åstrand

    In January 2018, The Danish Broadcast Corporation (DR) aired a concert called “The Morricone Duel” performed by The Danish National Symphony Orchestra /DR SymfoniOrkestret, The Danish National Concert Choir with various soloists conducted by Sarah Hicks.
    The score is available on all regular Streaming-Platforms.

    The music performed was titles from a wide range of western movies and mafia movies reflecting different perspectives on an Italian-American movie and film music style.

    Featured composers were Ennio Morricone, Bernard Herrmann, Nino Rota and Sonny Bono with music from films by Sergio Leone, Quentin Tarantino, Brian DePalma and Francis Ford Coppola.

    Set design design: Nikolaj Trap
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  • 14 Beautiful Female Classical Pianists

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  • Tkmuleba Shota Rustavelze

    3:54

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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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  • The Music of Vladimir Cosma

    1:2:54

    One of France and Europe's most distinguished film composers, Vladimir Cosma scored more than 150 films and TV productions. Although he enjoyed almost immediate success in comedies, he continued to experiment with different styles and genres, and this versatility brought him wide international acclaim.

    Born on April 13, 1940, in Bucharest, Romania, to the family of a renowned conductor and concert pianist, Cosma studied music from his early years onward, eventually attending the National Conservatory in Bucharest (from which he graduated with two first prizes, for violin and composition). In 1963, he went to Paris to advance his studies at the French Conservatory, where, in addition to his classical background, he developed an interest in jazz, folk music, and film music.

    Between 1964 and 1967, he toured the world as a concert violinist, visiting the U.S., Latin America, and Southeast Asia. A meeting with popular film composer Michel Legrand became the first step toward his future career. Cosma always credits Legrand's importance, though he also admits the influence of such composers as Burt Bacharach and Henry Mancini.

    In 1967, he began his long-running partnership with film director Yves Robert, for whom he scored the international hits Alexandre (1967), The Tall Blond With One Black Shoe (1972), and The Return of the Tall Blond (1974), as well as the critically acclaimed dramas My Father's Glory and My Mother's Castle (both in 1990). He also wrote the music for several comedies directed by Francis Veber and Gerard Oury, starring such hit French comedians as Pierre Richard and Louis de Funes.

    One of his biggest international hits was the Erik Satie-inspired soundtrack for Diva (1981), for which he was awarded his first Cesar (the French equivalent of the Oscar). He received another Cesar for Le Bal (1983), and the main instrumental theme from it became a substantial hit worldwide. Among the other awards given to Vladimir Cosma are the Sept d'Or, the French TV award for L'été '36 (1986), and a Cannes Film Festival award for the entire body of his work.

    Track List:

    1. La Gloire de mon père (0:00)
    2. Alexandre le bienheureux (3:16)
    3. Promenade sentimentale (6:06)
    4. Yves et Danielle (9:40)
    5. Le Château de ma mère (12:43)
    6. Pierre et Marie Curie (15:35)
    7. Le bal (18:38)
    8. Le dîner de cons (21:45)
    9. Hello Marylin (24:31)
    10. La cabra (28:15)
    11. Sirba (31:59)
    12. Le placard (34:04)
    13. L’as des as (37:19)
    14. Les compères (40:41)
    15. Cuisine et dependances (44:17)
    16. Le grand rabbi (48:59)
    17. Pieure pas la bouche pleine (51:39)
    18. Le distrait (54:29)
    19. Le jouet (57:42)
    20. Concerto gastronomique (59:49)

  • KATICA ILLÉNYI - Autumn leaves

    6:01

    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
    Recorded at the Congress Centre Budapest, January 14th 2017
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  • 2CELLOS - Game of Thrones Live at Sydney Opera House

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  • Stemke - Emergent

    6:28

    Emergent (2015) by Ash Stemke (b. 1991)
    Performed on Sept. 28, 2016 in Dohnányi Recital Hall

    Josefina Guzman & Rebecca Tozzie, violins
    Raiden Thaler, viola
    Katie Capp, 'cello

  • Pancho Vladigerov - Song

    3:16

    Album: Bulgarian Sketches
    Works for Cello and Piano by Bulgarian Composers

    Performers:
    Marta Simidtchieva, violoncello
    Kris Pineda, piano

    Works for cello by Bulgarian composers – the pieces in this compact disc were compiled by the cello player Marta Simidtchieva, who has recorded short original and transcribed pieces for the instrument “whose voice comes closest to that of the human being”, as we are often told. A part of the Bulgarian solo instrumental music of the 20th century has been presented through the instrumental miniature and the voice of the cello.

    The programme of this CD begins with a piece by the most famous Bulgarian composer Pancho Vladigerov, Krassimir Kyurkchiiski, Svetoslav Obretenov, Lyubomir Pipkov, Iliya Draganov, Marin Goleminov and Peter Hristoskov

  • Best Classical Violin Music: Vivaldi, Corelli, Mozart, Tchaikovsky, Stamitz, Szymanowski ...

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    Szymanowski - Violin Concerto No. 2 in D Minor, Op. 61: II. Andantino sostenuto 37:17
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    Corelli - Concerto Grosso No. 9 in F Major, Op. 6: II. Corrente. Vivace 45:12
    Vivaldi - Strings Concerto in B-Flat Minor, RV 164: I. Allegro 47:06
    Corelli - Concerto Grosso No. 10 in C Major, Op. 6: I. Allemanda. Allegro 49:06
    Vivaldi - Sinfonia in G Major, RV 149: I. Allegro molto 52:16
    Vivaldi - Sinfonia in G Major, RV 149: II. Andante 54: 08
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    Strauss II - Frühlingsstimmen, Op. 410 58:43
    Vivaldi - Concerto for Strings in E Minor, RV 133: I. Allegro 01:06:21
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    Vivaldi - Sinfonia in B Minor, RV 169 Al Santo Sepolcro: II. Allegro non molto 01:11:21

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  • Moscow Nights & Black Orpheus - Geza Hosszu Legocky & The 5 DeViLs - Live from Bologna 2009

    5:41

    Recorded live from the Teatro Manzoni
    Bologna Italy February 2009

    Geza Hosszu Legocky - Violinist & Leader of the Band
    Laly Sarkozy (Sarközi Lajos Jr.) - 2nd Violin & Guitarre
    Csaba Lukacs - Clarinet
    Istvan Bango - Cimbalom
    Gyorgy Szucs - Bass
    Zoly Varady (Váradi Zoltán) - Viola

    Biography

    Geza was engaged in a closing concert of the second edition of the Martha Argerich Project, presenting himself for the first time as a leader and a founder of the ensemble 5 DeVils. As a result of an instantaneous success, their performance was released by the EMI Classics. Since then, 5 DeVils were broadcasted all over the world by the Radio 3, BBC etc. In 2005 The DeViLs was invited to participate in two concerts in the celebrated Teatro Colon in Buenos Aires and was honored with starguest as pianistes Martha Argerich and Gabriela Montero. Shortly after the success in Teatro Colon, the National Argentinian Television invited the 5 DeViLs to perform in a Broadcast Show for one and half million TV watchers. Some of the following engagements included concerts in Brussels (Belgium) at the Four Season Music Festival, at the Aegina international Music Festival in Greece, and in Livorno, Teatro Mori (Italy), Grado, Palazzo ala Congressi (Italy), and the last performance at the Teatro Manzoni in Bologna (Italy).
    The DeVils symbolize an astonishing virtuosity, spontaneity, and an extraordinary ability to transmit the music to the heart of the listeners, playing the repertoire from miniatures of Paganini, or Boulanger, to dazzling Hungarian, Romanian or Balkan traditional folk tunes, to the attractive Django's swing.


    First Song:

    Moscow Nights or Midnight in Moscow is one of the most famous Russian songs outside Russia.
    The song was originally written as Leningradskie Vechera (Leningrad Nights in English) by two well-established authors, composer Vasily Solovyov-Sedoy and poet Mikhail Matusovsky in 1955, but upon the request from the Soviet Ministry of Culture, the song title was changed to Podmoskovnye Vechera (Moscow Nights in English) and the original lines of the song were also changed.
    Under this new title, Podmoskovnye Vechera (Moscow Nights or, more correctly, Evenings at Moscow Riverside), the song was recorded by Vladimir Troshin, a young actor of the Moscow Art Theatre, for a sports documentary about the Spartakiad of the Peoples of the RSFSR, for a scene where the sportsmen rest in Moscow suburbs (Podmoskovye). It went unnoticed there, but gained a significant popularity after radio broadcasts.
    In 1957, the song won the first prize and the international song contest during the World Festival of Youth and Students held in Moscow that year, quite unexpectedly for the authors. After that the song spread around the world, gaining particular popularity in China. In 1958 the song was noticed by Van Cliburn, whose performance significantly contributed to the popularity of the song abroad.
    In the Soviet Union, the tune was the time call sounded every 30 minutes at the Mayak music and news radio station since 1964. The shortwave radio station Radio Moscow's English-language service played an instrumental version of Moscow Nights before every hour's newscast after informing listeners of frequency changes.
    The British jazz group, Kenny Ball and his Jazzmen, had a hit with the song in 1961 under the title Midnight in Moscow [1], and film exists which shows them playing it at a concert in Moscow. This version of the song peaked at #2 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart in early 1962; it also spent three weeks at #1 on the American Easy Listening chart, which would later become known as the Adult Contemporary chart.

    Second Song:

    Black Orpheus Manhã de Carnaval (trad. En: Morning of Carnival), is the title to the most popular song by Brazilian composers, Luiz Bonfá and Antonio Maria. The song appeared in the 1959 Portuguese-language film Orfeu Negro (English titled: Black Orpheus), by French director Marcel Camus based on a play by Vinícius de Moraes. Specially in the USA, the song is considered to be one of the most important Brazilian Jazz/Bossa songs that helped establish the Bossa Nova movement in the late 1950s. Manhã de Carnaval has become a jazz standard in the USA, while it is still performed regularly by a wide variety of musicians around the world in its vocalized version or just as an instrumental one.
    The song is also known in the USA by the English text version titled: A Day in the Life of a Fool, or simply as Carnival and in Spanish text by the name of Manãna de Carnaval. All versions of foreign texts were written by different people using Bonfá's original music. In France the song is also known as La Chanson D'Orphée (Orpheus' song).

  • Johannes Brahms - Hungarian Dance No. 5

    3:22

    Johannes Brahms
    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.

  • Irish Composers Night - Happenin by Helena Byrne

    2:32

    Irish Composers Night : New Creations
    The Break-Away Readings Act Five

    Music/Lyrics: Helena Byrne

    Violin: Niamh Varian-Barry
    Piano: Josh Johnston

    Video: John Fahy

    The Break-Away Readings Act Five took place in the Stags Head, Dublin on June 26th 2012. It featured new original compositions from several of Ireland's most talented composers and songwriters.

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  • Lara St. John: NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert

    16:06

    May 9, 2016 by TOM HUIZENGA • Violinist Lara St. John has attitude in spades. It's in the sound of her playing and in the arc of her career.

    Her first album cover sparked controversy, prompting many classical-music observers to wonder about her motivations until they heard the passionate Bach performances that accompanied it. Willing to take risks, St. John was among the first to start her own record label in the 1990s. It's allowed her to call the shots on her recorded repertoire, which has been satisfyingly broad, from Piazzolla to polkas to Mozart.

    St. John's recent album Shiksa — recorded with pianist Matt Herskowitz, who joins her for this Tiny Desk concert — collects new arrangements of old tunes from Armenia, Romania and the Jewish diaspora.

    The two know how to start off a show. The incendiary Czardashian Rhapsody mashes up two Hungarian tunes with some extra hot sauce. St. John's fiddle is at turns coy and cocky, racy, raw and just plain outrageous. Herskowitz dispatches his considerably hefty role with equal abandon. Her hair flying as if she were a glam-rock guitarist, St. John nails the big rock 'n' roll ending.

    The two slow it all down for Sari Siroun Yar, a bittersweet Armenian troubadour song that opens with pearly, Asian-colored trills from Herskowitz and some sleight-of-hand magic from St. John. Bowing across the fingerboard, she captures the muted, breathy sound of the duduk, Armenia's ancient double-reed instrument.

    The barnstorming grit is back for a final round of pyrotechnics in the Oltenian Hora. The piece plays off a catalog of violin tricks, St. John explains, practiced by traditional Romanian gypsy fiddlers. After rapid-fire whistles, bird calls and slithery harmonics, all in a variety of off-kilter rhythms, St. John ratchets up the intensity. Practically brawling with her instrument, she saws away faster and faster, leaving her, and many of us in the room, breathless.

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    Czardashian Rhapsody (arr. Martin Kennedy)
    Sari Siroun Yar (arr. Serouj Kradjian)
    Oltenian Hora (arr. Lara St. John)

    Credits:
    Producers: Tom Huizenga, Niki Walker; Audio Engineer: Josh Rogosin; Videographers: Niki Walker, Kara Frame, Brandon Chew; Production Assistant: Jackson Sinnenberg; Photo: Kara Frame/NPR.

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  • Summer Mix 2019 | Best Of Deep House & Club Music | Warm Up Guest Mix Kiss FM

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  • KATICA ILLÉNYI theremin: Ja vstretil vas

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    Katica Illényi - theremin
    Budapest Strings
    Title: Ja vstretil vas / When I met you
    Trad. Russian Romance
    Recorded on 2016 January 1st
    New Year Concert / Concierto de Año Nuevo, Grand Ballroom, Budapest

  • Franz Liszt - Hungarian Rhapsodies 1-10 Roberto Szidon

    1:17:40

    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.

  • 1 Hour of Dark Vampiric Music Dark, Seductive, Emotional, Gothic

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    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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  • 01 alex copyrights

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    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

  • Panfili&Friends - Wemakeit crowdfunding campaign

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    Support our upcoming album on :

    Our first album «Primul», a new and refreshing combination between classical and folklore music, is about to be released! We need your help to transform our 3 years journey into reality!
    Please check out our crowdfunding in the link bellow to help us achieve our goal!

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    Panfili&Friends - Music made with love and passion

    We started playing together 4 years ago, and just after a few concerts we knew there was something unique about our personalities combined. Our heritage and our musical backgrounds, along with our love for classical and folk music allowed us to create a powerful connection with our audiences.

    “Primul”, meaning “The First” in Rusanda's mother tongue Romanian, is our debut album, the outcome of 3 years of planning, rehearsing, composing, adapting and recording. The result is an album of 13 innovative, crossovers between classical and international folklore.

    Each track was crafted with passion and care, by bringing into the light traditional rhythms that inspired each member of Panfili&Friends. This is how the lively Venezuelan Pajarillo, the heartbreaking Moldovan songs of sorrow, or the elegant modern Tangos emerged on this versatile album.

    Faith brought us together, devotion for music united us

    Faith brought us together, in the mesmerising city of Vienna, and our devotion and love for music united us towards a common purpose.

    Rusanda Panfili was born in Moldova, and is the founder of Panfili&Friends. At 12, she moved to Vienna to pursue a career as a violin soloist.

    Rusanda and Teodora Miteva, acclaimed chamber musician from Bulgaria, met during their early studies at the University of Music.

    Sasa Nikolic, from Croatia, is the core member of many folk ensembles in Austria and met Rusanda during their membership at the Yehudi Menuhin Live Music Now Foundation.

    Christian Bakanic, from Austria, is one of the most acclaimed Jazz and Tango accordionists and composers in Austria, and met Rusanda while performing together with the world music group, Scurdia.

    Alfredo Ovalles, is a concert pianist from Venezuela who has been part of numerous projects from Classical and Pop to Metal and Contemporary music. They met through their chamber music class at the University of Music.

    Rusanda met Jonas Skielboe, from Denmark, a multi guitarist having specialised in Flamenco, classical, jazz and e-guitar, when both performed at a music festival in Greece.

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  • London Schubert Players. Mendelssohn CD - Concerto for Piano, Violin and Strings

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    Invitation to Composers - a project supported by the European Commission.

    'A European Odyssey' CD Volume 2.
    Composition model: Mendelssohn.
    Recorded in the Romanian National Radio, Bucharest.
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    Performers:
    Anda Anastasescu - Piano
    Ken Aiso - Solo Violin
    Yuri Zhislin - First Violin
    Dominika Rosiek - Second Violin
    Mariya Sotirova - Viola
    Matthew Huber - Cello
    Michael Cretu - Double Bass

  • Szymanowski Myths for Violin and Piano

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    Jonathan Morton - Violin
    Carole Presland - Piano

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    To gain a better understanding of the chronology violinist composers and soloists that came after Mozart, I have made a list including the year each was born:

    Corelli 1653
    Vivaldi 1678
    Bach 1685
    Tartini 1692
    Locatelli 1695
    Leopold Mozart 1719
    Hellendaal 1721
    Nardini 1722
    Gavinies 1728
    Haydn 1732
    Boccherini 1743
    Cambini 1746
    Clementi 1752
    Viotti 1755
    Fiorillo 1755
    Shaw 1755
    Wolfgang Mozart 1756
    Lindley 1756
    Pleyel 1757
    Dussek 1760
    Brooks 1760
    Kerutzer 1766
    Wesley 1766
    Beethoven 1770
    Balliot 1771
    Paer 1771
    Rode 1774
    Hummel 1778
    La Font 1781
    Paganini 1782
    Spohr 1784
    Ries 1784
    Weber 1786
    Lipinski 1790
    Czerny 1791
    Rossini 1792
    Schubert 1797
    Rolla 1798
    Beroit 1802
    Berlioz 1803
    Saint-Lubin 1805
    Ole Bull 1810
    Mendelssohn 1809
    Ferdinand David 1810
    Chopin 1810
    Robert Schumann 1810
    Liszt 1811
    Massart 1811
    Ernst 1812
    Thalberg 1812
    Alkan 1813
    Wagner 1813
    Sivori 1815
    Alard 1815
    Dancla 1817
    Bazzini 1818
    Clara Schumann 1819
    Vieuxtemps 1820
    Franck 1822
    Raff 1822
    Lalo 1823
    Smetana 1824
    Bruckner 1824
    Rubinstein 1829
    Goldmark 1830
    Joachim 1831
    Brahms 1833
    Accolay 1833
    Borodin 1833
    Zarzycki 1834
    Wieniawksi 1835
    Saint Saens 1835
    Cui 1835
    Balakirev 1837
    Bruch 1838
    Tchaikovsky 1840
    Rieding 1840
    Svendsen 1840
    Dvorak 1841
    Massenet 1842
    Grieg 1843
    Sarasate 1844
    Rimsky-Korsakov 1844
    Wilhelmj 1845
    Auer 1845
    Faure 1845
    Marsick 1847
    Seitz 1848
    Godard 1849
    D'Indy 1851
    Sauret 1852
    Sevcik 1852
    Foote 1853
    Janacek 1854
    Moszkowski 1854
    Chausson 1855
    Sinding 1856
    Taneyev 1856
    Elgar 1857
    Hubay 1858
    Ysaye 1858
    Paderewski 1860
    Mahler 1860
    Arensky 1861
    Catoire 1861
    Debussy 1862
    Delius 1862
    Strauss 1864
    Ropartz 1864
    Sibelius 1865
    Glazunov 1865
    Nielsen 1865
    Busoni 1866
    Novacek 1866
    Satie 1866
    Maud Powell 1867
    Drdla 1868
    Conus 1869
    Pfitzner 1869
    Lekeu 1870
    Vierne 1870
    Godowsky 1870
    Scriabin 1872
    Vaughan Williams 1872
    Rachmaninoff 1873
    Reger 1873
    Flesch 1873
    Suk 1874
    Ives 1874
    Holst 1874
    Schoenberg 1874
    Ravel 1875
    Kreisler 1875
    Gliere 1875
    Coleridge-Taylor 1875
    Karlowicz 1876
    Falla 1876
    Dohnanyi 1877
    Medtner 1880
    Bloch 1880
    Kubelik 1880
    Thibaud 1880
    Enescu 1881
    Bartok 1881
    Stravinsky 1882
    Szymanowski 1882
    Kodaly 1882
    Huberman 1882
    Ponce 1882
    Grainger 1882
    Kocian 1883
    Webern 1883
    Bax 1883
    Gruenberg 1884
    Suk 1885
    Berg 1885
    Achron 1886
    Kochanski 1887
    Villa-Lobos 1887
    Persinger 1887
    Spalding 1888
    Dinicu 1889
    Zimbalist 1889
    Martinu 1890
    Respighi 1891
    Prokofiev 1891
    Elman 1891
    Dushkin 1891
    Adolf Busch 1891
    Szigeti 1892
    Myaskovsky 1893
    Von Vecsey 1893
    Piston 1894
    Hindemith 1895
    Tedesco 1895
    Korngold 1897
    Ben-Haim 1897
    Gershwin 1898
    Poulenc 1899
    Seidel 1899
    Copland 1900
    Prihoda 1900
    Krenek 1900
    Heifetz 1901
    Walton 1902
    Francescatti 1902
    Khachaturian 1903
    Galamian 1903
    Kabalevsky 1904
    Milstein 1904
    Morini 1904
    Campoli 1906
    Spivakovsky 1906
    Shostakovich 1906
    Oistrakh 1908
    Elliott Carter 1908
    Goldberg 1909
    Gingold 1909
    Bacewicz 1909
    Barber 1910
    Barsukov 1912
    Cage 1912
    Britten 1913
    Khrennikov 1913
    Lutosławski 1913
    Menuhin 1916
    Dutilleux 1916
    Shumsky 1917
    Szeryng 1918
    Ricci 1918
    Rochberg 1918
    Bernstein 1918
    Neveu 1919
    Vainberg 1919
    Stern 1920
    Grumiaux 1921
    Gitlis 1922
    Hassid 1923
    Kogan 1924
    Martzy 1924
    Bunin 1924
    Stikovetsky 1925

    For a list of violin composers before Mozart, check out my upload of early violin concertos



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  • Maria Radutu plays Mikael Karlsson - Finale from ballet Blanc by Daniel Proietto

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    The piano solo finale of Daniel Proietto’s ballet “Blanc” was written in a romantic style. The score was commissioned by the Vienna State Opera and was performed by its orchestra with Maria Radutu as solo pianist and Fayçal Karoui conducting.
    After a large, sweeping section with the full orchestra and all of the dancers on stage, the finale comes in the form of a piano solo, performed by Maria. This is that solo, recorded in the Great Organ Hall at the Vienna State Opera the weekend before the world premiere on Nov 1, 2016.

    Mikael Karlsson - Composer, Maria Radutu - Piano
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    Organ Hall of the Vienna State Opera


    Mikael Karlsson was included 2007 in Out Magazine’s Out 100 list of influential people (other people that year were Annie Lennox, Marc Jacobs, Antony Hegarty and Beth Ditto). The score to his piece Nasty Fucker was published in Butt Magazine. In 2012, NYC Public Radio’s listeners voted him as one of their 100 favourite classical composers under 40. In May 2014 he received the Wladimir and Rhoda Lakond award “for an exceptional mid-career composer” from the American Academy of Arts and Letters. Mr. Karlsson has released over a dozen albums with chamber works and soundtracks ranging from pop and film music to sound collages, dance scores and avant-garde concert music.


    Signed with Universal since 2016 for concept albums, Maria Radutu released Insomnia at the famous Progy&Bess Club in Vienna.
    With remarkable CD concepts, classical in solo concerts, groovy with the New Piano Trio, the Austrian – Romanian pianist Maria Radutu pursues the goal of creating moments that change the listener's pulse.
    Her solo career has included concerts with orchestra in the Golden Hall of the Vienna Musikverein, the Great Hall of the Vienna Konzerthaus, the Salle Gaveau in Paris, the Auditorio National in Madrid as well as an Asia tour with the Viennese Radio Symphony Orchestra.
    Recitals and chamber music concerts have taken her from Carnegie Hall in New York to the Festspielhaus in Baden-Baden to Beijing.
    Together with Florian Willeitner and Ivan Turkalj, she forms the New Piano Trio whose first album, NP3, was published in 2016. Her debut soloalbum Joujoux was released 2013.

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