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  • The Moldau

    13:24

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    The Moldau · Bedrich Smetana

    A Calendar Of Classics - A 12 CD Set Of Romantic Classics For Every Month Of The Year

    Released on: 2007-10-01

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

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    #TheMorriconeDuel #FilmMusicLive #DNSO
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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
    Light design: Mikael Sylvest
    Arranged and orchestrated by Martin Nygaard & Nicolai Abrahamsen
    Director of photography: Karsten Andersen
    Executive Producer, idea and concept: Nicolai Abrahamsen

    Performed and recorded in DR Koncerthuset 2018

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  • Great Composers: Gustav Mahler

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    A look at the last (Austro-Germanic) symphonist.

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  • GLADIATOR - Now We Are Free - H. Zimmer - Orkester Mandolina Ljubljana cond. Andrej Zupan

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    Hans Zimmer
    GLADIATOR - Now We Are Free
    solo: Jasna Zitnik

    arr. Snelle Fjöll

    Original Epic Movie Soundtrack Concert
    Orkester Mandolina Ljubljana
    Conductor: Andrej Zupan

    Vecer epske filmske glasbe
    Orkester Mandolina Ljubljana
    dirigent Andrej Zupan

    The Mandolina Ljubljana Orchestra is the only ensemble in Slovenia, whose members have chosen the mandolin as their companion on their musical journey. In Slovenia, the mandolin has only recently been given a more significant role in various musical styles, from classical to pop. We, the members of the orchestra feel honoured and obligated to make the audience more familiar with this mellifluous plucked string instrument and to bring to their ears genuine mandolin music. In our repertoire there are also compositions written by classical composers, arrangements of folk tunes, film music and evergreens. We have had numerous successful appearances at home and abroad in more than thirty years of our performing. This, good critics and more and more satisfied audiences, assure us that we are on the right path.

    1. mandoline: Tanja Pirc, Matej Kragelj, Anže Kokot, Tilen Kuštrin, Nika Oman Kadunc
    2. mandoline: Dejan Podgorelec, Dominika Mencin, Urban Logar, Dino Džopa, Urška
    Perhavec, Urška Jeraj, Gregor Battelino Prelog, Marija Škerjanc
    mandole: Nina Škrjanc, Aleš Eržen, Dušan Malis, Andrijana Marc, Milan Kontarček
    mandolončelo: Jernej Demšar
    kitare: Valna Ožbolt, Martina Jerinič, Sara Zajc , Andrej Petek, Drejc Dolinar, Brane Orlič, Darko Lešnjek, Pavla Lušin, Barbara Žvar Baškovič
    kontrabas: Valentin Slaček
    bobni in timpani: Miha Friedrich, Vito Opeka
    ZBOR
    sopran: Petra Frece, Maša Simčič, Jasna Žitnik
    alt: Nataša Kocjančič, Sara Lakota, Alma Kajdiž
    tenor: Matej Velikonja, Jon Leskovec, Miha Kovačec, Anže Erjavec
    bas: Mitja Fortič, Klemen Dovjak, Simon Prašnikar



    Sound: Marko Turel (Prophonda), Simon Debelec (Zvokovna slika)
    Camera: Simon Malovrh
    OML 2013 koncert Zvokovna slika

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  • BTS Black Swan Art Film performed by MN Dance Company

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    BTS (방탄소년단) 'Black Swan' Art Film performed by MN Dance Company



    Credits:
    Director: YongSeok Choi (Lumpens)
    Assistant Director: Jihye Yoon, Guzza (Lumpens)
    Director of Photography: Hyunwoo Nam (GDW)
    Focus Puller: Sangwoo Yun
    2nd AC: Eunki Kim

    Gaffer: Kyle Bryson
    Key Grip: Wadsworth Peters
    Lasers: Concept Pixels

    Co-Production Company: Freenjoy
    Executive Producer: Nathan Scherrer
    Executive Producer / Producer: Tiffany Suh
    Production Manager: Sina Pars
    Production Coordinator: Linda Nhem
    1st AD: Chad Nicholson
    Camera PA: Robin Kim

    Choreography: MN Dance Company

    Visual Creative: Nu Kim, Sabinne Cheon, Lee Sun Kyoung, Kim Ga Eun

    Produced by Pdogg
    (Pdogg, RM, August Rigo, Vince Nantes, Clyde Kelly)

    Re-arrangement: Myungsoo Shin
    Recording & Sound Design: KRAFT MUSIC



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  • John Williams Schindlers List Anne Akiko Meyers; Marta Aznavoorian

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    Anne Akiko Meyers and Marta Aznavoorian perform John Williams' Schindler's List live at the WFMT studios for an Impromptu concert. Ahead of Anne's performance of the Barber Violin Concerto with James Gaffigan and the Lucerne Symphony Orchestra at the Ravinia Festival. August, 2019. John Williams recently selected Anne to perform this work when he was honored for his lifetime achievements by the Grammy Foundation.

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  • The Beautiful Blue Danube - André Rieu

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

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

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

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  • Tropical Jam by Michel Camilo with Exceptional Musicians

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    Jazz from Gallus Hall series. Michel Camilo music with interesting arrangements, made by Jaka Pucihar, Academy of Music Ljubljana profesor (jazz department).

    I (producer and director Primož Zevnik) recorded this session during regular classical program. I invited this year best slovenian jazz musicians.

    Vid Ušeničnik is an exceptional young percussion player. He won several musical awards in Europe. I invited him with other musicans, to perform this amazing jazz music. Here is his short biography:

    While studying at Music Academie in Ljubljana Vid was invited to play with numerous slovenian orchestras such as Symphonic orchestra, Slovenian Radiotelevision Orchestra, Gimnazija Kranj Symphony Orchestra, Carnium and he was chosen to play as a first timpanist in European youth orchestra (EUphonia). As additional award to the first prize at the state competition last year he got the opportunity to perform the 2. concert for solo marimba by Ney Rosauro with the Slovenian armed forces orchestra. After this performance the RTV Slovenia chose him as one of the two who will represent Slovenia at competition. Just recently he won the international competition in Treviso (Italy), where I got absolute number of points, and recorded a CD with composer Milko Lazar.
    Beside his classical career he also takes jazz lessons in high school of music and attend different jazz sessions round Slovenia.

    Jaka Pucihar is on piano:

    From 1999 on he works as associate professor at the Music Academy in Ljubljana (Jazz harmony, Arranging, Improvisation). In March 2002 he finished Master's Degree at the same institution. He is also a member of the Society of Slovenian composers. As a pianist (jazz) and as composer/arranger he co-operates with some
    outstanding artists and with the Slovenian Radio Symphony Orchestra, the Wind Orchestra of Slovenian Army and the Slovenian Radio Big Band, Gimnazija Kranj Symphony Orchestra. His compositions have been performed throughout Slovenia, Austria, Italy, Germany, France, Israel, Norway, USA and Japan.

    Recording assitant: Andrej Kos
    Floral: Tina Karba in Marko Trilar (Yasmin)
    Recording supervision and sound design: Matjaž Culiberg
    Light: Janez Kocjan and Cankarjev dom
    Mastering: Iztok Zupan and KLOPOTEC production

    Producer and director: Primož Zevnik (primoz.zevnik@gmail.com)

    Productions:
    Cankarjev dom
    PPZ
    VPK
    KLOPOTEC
    MOPS

    special thanks: NIKON Slovenia

    general production sponsor: Hranilnica LON bank

  • Daily Lesson #43 BLUES BASICS | Tom Strahle | Pro Guitar Secrets

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  • The Three Tenors in Concert 1994: Brindisi from La Traviata

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    The Three Tenors sing the famous brindisi from Verdi's La Traviata live in concert before the 1994 World Cup in Los Angeles. Celebrate the 25th anniversary of this glorious occasion with the full performance, now digitally available for the first time:

    For this legendary concert, José Carreras, Plácido Domingo, and Luciano Pavarotti were joined by conductor Zubin Mehta, the L.A. Philharmonic, and the L.A. Music Center Opera Chorus at Dodger Stadium, where they enchanted with a selection of operatic arias and international favorites, specially orchestrated by composer/arranger Lalo Schifrin.

    A Tibor Rudas production.

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  • Latino Suite: II. Tango – Milonga

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    Latino Suite: II. Tango – Milonga · Izidor Erazem Grafenauer · Mario Kurtjak · Simon Krajncan · Aljosa Vrscaj

    Works of Slovenian Composers

    ℗ 2019 Baros Records

    Released on: 2019-12-20

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  • Trio for accordion, violin & clarinet Tales from the Dinarides - Airat Ichmouratov

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    Trio for accordion, violin & clarinet Tales from the Dinarides by Airat Ichmouratov.
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    (Modern Classical Music 2020)
    Michael Bridge accordion
    Guillaume Tardif violin
    Kornel Wolak clarinet

    with support of University of Alberta’s Wirth Institute for Austrian and Central European Studies.

    The inspiration in this composition comes from the folk traditions of Central Europe, in this case, the traditional singing and dancing styles of the Dinaric Alps region (Dinarides). Using a water whistle, the composer first introduces a bird in a call-and-answer episode with stunning Ganga singing from Croatia. The bird then flies over mountains and valleys, observing neighboring communities, field songs and village dances from Bosnia, Slovenia, Serbia, and Albania, until the athletic klezmer style animates everyone in a fast dance punctuated with a cheering ‘Hey!’”

    The Ganga is a type of rural singing of Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina. Its characterized by a unique singer accompanied by a chorus in what can be described as a lament. ... The Ganga is traditionally sung by shepherds between valleys as a means of long-distance communication.

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  • O Magnum Mysterium Anne Akiko Meyers & Akira Eguchi at the Phillips Collection

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    Morten Lauridsen's O Magnum Mysterium' arranged for Anne Akiko Meyers. She performs it at the Phillips Collection in Washington D.C. with pianist, Akira Eguchi.

    Anne Akiko Meyers is one of the most in demand violinists in the world. Regularly performing as guest soloist with the world’s top orchestras, she presents ground-breaking recitals and a best-selling recording artist with 34 albums. Named Billboard’s top-selling traditional classical instrumental soloist, her albums debuted at #1 on Billboard classical charts. Meyers is known for her passionate performances, purity of sound, deeply poetic interpretations, innovative programming and commitment to commissioning new important works from composers

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  • Fred Hersch Trio - Floating

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    Fred Hersch Trio - Floating - 2014

    Piano - Fred Hersch
    Bass - John Hébert
    Drums, Percussion - Eric McPherson

    Track list [All composed by Fred Hersch unless stated otherwise]
    00:00 You & The Night & The Music [composed by Howard Dietz]
    05:41 Floating
    11:30 West Virginia Rose (For Florette & Roslyn)
    13:32 Home Fries (For John Hébert)
    19:24 Far Away (For Shimrit)
    25:59 Arcata (For Esperanza)
    32:26 A Speech To The Sea (For Maaria)
    39:30 Autumn Haze (For Kevin Hays)
    45:35 If Ever I Would Leave You [Al Lerner]
    51:47 Let's Cool One [Thelonious Monk]

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  • Beethoven Sonata No.1 in DM; Anne Akiko Meyers & Akira Eguchi

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    Anne Akiko Meyers and Akira Eguchi open their recital at the Phillips Collection with the Beethoven Sonata No.1 in D Major, Op.12.

    Violin superstar, Anne Akiko Meyers, is one of the most in demand violinists in the world. Regularly performing as guest soloist with the world’s top orchestras, she presents ground-breaking recitals and a best-selling recording artist with 35 albums. Named Billboard’s top-selling traditional classical instrumental soloist, her albums debuted at #1 on Billboard classical charts. Meyers is known for her passionate performances, purity of sound, deeply poetic interpretations, innovative programming and commitment to commissioning new important works from composers.

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  • LA VITA È BELLA - LIFE IS BEAUTIFUL - Nicola Piovani - Orkester Mandolina Lj - Maestro Andrej Zupan

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    LA VITA È BELLA - LIFE IS BEAUTIFUL
    Nicola Piovani
    arr. F. Merlante, S. Zigiotti

    MUSICA ITALIANA
    Orkester Mandolina Ljubljana
    Maestro Andrej Zupan
    Tanja Pirc - primo mandolino solista

    ŽIVLJENJE JE LEPO
    Orkester Mandolina Ljubljana
    dirigent Andrej Zupan

    The Mandolina Ljubljana Orchestra is the only ensemble in Slovenia, whose members have chosen the mandolin as their companion on their musical journey. In Slovenia, the mandolin has only recently been given a more significant role in various musical styles, from classical to pop. We, the members of the orchestra feel honoured and obligated to make the audience more familiar with this mellifluous plucked string instrument and to bring to their ears genuine mandolin music. In our repertoire there are also compositions written by classical composers, arrangements of folk tunes, film music and evergreens. We have had numerous successful appearances at home and abroad in more than thirty years of our performing. This, good critics and more and more satisfied audiences, assure us that we are on the right path.



    Sound, video: Simon Debelec
    Zvokovna slika

  • Petar Bergamo - Quartetto darchi

    24:39

    Izvođači / Performed by:
    Gudački kvartet Klima / Klima String Quartet

    Petar Bergamo: Quartetto d'archi

    I Grave. Allegro con rigore
    II Adagio (Arco per archi) 07:03
    III Tempo d'un minuetto 15:32
    IV Rondo (Allegro giocoso) 19:21

    Snimka je dostupna na autorskom CD-u s djelima Petra Bergama iz serije Hrvatski suvremeni skladatelji, izdanje Cantusa iz 2010. / This track is available on CD with music by Petar Bergamo released by Cantus in 2010, Croatian Contemporary Composers series

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  • Balkan Gypsy Music

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    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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  • ISM Webinar: An introduction to PPL

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    Have you ever performed on recorded music of any genre that has been broadcast or played in public? If so, you could be missing out on royalty payments from PPL.

    In this webinar, Ben Hogwood will give an introduction to PPL and guide you through how to join, and how to make sure you receive the payments you are entitled to.
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  • Ask a Maestro: Why are so many composers Austrian?

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  • Irena - Mojmir Sepe by Lucky & the Pipes orchestra Celje, Slovenia

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    Lucky & The Pipes Orchestra:
    Flavta 2: Neža Đorđič
    Klarinet B1: Špela Šrgan
    Klarinet B2: Dejan Krajnc
    Violina1: Urban Jerman
    Violina2: Lucija Bogataj
    Viola: Katja Aškerc
    Čelo: Domen Hrastnik
    Kitara: Lidija Aškerc
    Bas kitara: Nik Lovše
    Tolkala: Blaž Senica
    Perccussion: Marko Muškatevc

  • Interview with video game music composer Tom Salta

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    December is off to a great start with a brand spankin' new interview with composer Tom Salta (aka Atlas Plug). Tom is a versatile and prolific composer, producer, and artist who has worked on a long list of games, trailers, and TV/film projects in addition to several record credits including records for Cher, Whitney Houston, and several others.

    He's also incredibly gracious with his time and speaks during our interview about how he has really embraced his role as a game audio elder, to give back and help teach the next wave of aspiring video game music producers and composers.

    As far as games grow, here are just a few of the installments he has scored:

    * Wolfenstein: Youngblood & Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot
    * PLAYERUNKNOWN'S BATTLEGROUND (PUBG)
    * Just Dance 2017 & 2018
    * Halo series (multiple entries)
    * Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands

    ...and many more. You can see his full list of credits on his website, because I haven't even scratched the surface.

    You can watch the video or listen to the audio below. Links to content mentioned during this interview are located below as well!

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  • Pablo & Ludmila - Cuarteto Rotterdam - El Puntazo - Babylon Berlin 2019

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    Pablo and Ludmila are both professional musicians and tango dancers. They studied music at the University of Music and Perfoming Arts (MDW) in Vienna, Austria and improved as tango dancers in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

    It is important to emphasize that Pablo & Ludmila are the first and only couple in the entire world that dances tango and also plays music as a Tangoduo (Piano & C-violin).

    In October 2013, Pablo & Ludmila won the 1st prize and the Viewers´ Choice award at the International Open Tango Salon Championship in Budapest, Hungary.

    In July 2019 they participated in the European Tango Contest in Münster, Germany and they won:

    2nd prize Category MILONGA
    3rd prize Category TANGOVALS
    3rd prize Category TANGO ESCENARIO

    They have also performed and taught tango in Chile, Argentina, Canada, USA, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Slovenia, France, Spain, Montenegro, Moldova, Poland, Greece, Czech Rep. and Hungary.

    CUARTETO ROTTERDAM
    “Cuarteto Rotterdam can with good reason be regarded as one of the best European tango ensembles”, “excellent interaction”, “a great moment of tango”, “the best and most interesting tango music that I have heard in a long time”, “this tango quartet of European top class enthralls” – these are just some of the effusive press reactions over the last years.

    Today, concert halls and international tango festivals like in Paris, Istanbul, Zurich, Amsterdam and even Buenos Aires can no longer be imagined without these four musicians who have always been able to inspire both concert-goers and tango dancers. In 2011 the quartet even won the 48th Klingenthal International Accordion Competition in the category of instrumental groups with bandoneón.

    Brought into being in 2004, the ensemble was named after its birthplace in the Netherlands, where, at that time, the three founding members, Michael Dolak, Susanne Cordula Welsch and Judy Ruks, were studying tango at the Rotterdam Academy for World Music. Since 2007 they have been living and working in Berlin and Stuttgart.

    Cuarteto Rotterdam is tango – full of passion, virtuosity and power – taking into account of more than 100 years of tango history. Being conscious of this tradition, they perform the early and more cheerful kind of tango music from the Guardia Vieja era with such ease that it makes everyone want to dance. In a compact quartet style, they present the Golden Age of tango from the 1940’s with the highlights of the grand orchestras a la Di Sarli, Troilo, D’Arienzo, Pugliese or Salgán. They feel so close to the challenging Tango Nuevo of Astor Piazzolla that the heartfelt melancholy and complexity of this music is noticeable all the time. And they are curious – curious about the new aspects of tango. In searching for the tango of the 21st century, they have included contemporary Argentine and European tango pieces in their concert and dance programme.

    The quartet’s classic structure, consisting of bandoneón, violin, piano and double bass, provides a sound experience ranging between tradition and modernity. With their creativity, imagination and experience this small orchestra conjures up a world of tango for all kinds of emotions.

    Michael Dolak (Germany) – bandoneón
    Susanne Cordula Welsch (Germany) – violin
    Judy Ruks (Netherlands) – piano
    Anna-Maria Huhn (Germany) – double bass

    Tango
    Argentina and Uruguay
    Inscribed in 2009 on the Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity

    The Argentinian and Uruguayan tradition of the Tango, now familiar around the world, was developed by the urban lower classes in Buenos Aires and Montevideo in the Rio de la Plata basin. Among this mix of European immigrants to the region, descendents of African slaves and the natives of the region known as criollos, a wide range of customs, beliefs and rituals were merged and transformed into a distinctive cultural identity. As one of the most recognizable embodiments of that identity, the music, dance and poetry of tango both embodies and encourages diversity and cultural dialogue. It is practised in the traditional dance halls of Buenos Aires and Montevideo, spreading the spirit of its community across the globe even as it adapts to new environments and changing times. That community today includes musicians, professional and amateur dancers, choreographers, composers, songwriters, teachers of the art and the national living treasures who embody the culture of tango. Tango is also incorporated into celebrations of national heritage in Argentina and Uruguay, reflecting the widespread embrace of this popular urban music.

  • Dušan Radić - Vučja so

    52:17

    Composer: Dušan Radić (1929-2010)
    Vučja so, liturgijska drama / Wolf's Salt, liturgical drama
    Lyrics: Vasko Popa (1921-1991)

    Performed by:
    Aleksandra Ivanovic - alto
    Slobodan Stanković - baritone
    Vukašin Savić - bass
    Radio Television Belgrade Symphony Choir and Orchestra
    Conductor: Stanko Šepić

    Poklonjenje hromome vuku / Bow to the Limping Wolf - 00:00
    Ognjena vučica / Fire She-wolf - 08:00
    Molitva vučjem pastiru / Prayer to the Wolfs' Shepard 14:08
    Vučja zemlja / Wolfs' Land - 24:36
    Pohvala vučjem pastiru / Praise to the Wolfs' Shepard - 31:13
    Tragovi hromog vuka / Traces of the Limping Wolf - 38:13
    Vučje kopile / Wolf's Bastard - 44:32

  • Maja Filipic, Stories from Emona V - piano relax

    5:29

    Recordered at 1. May 2014
    Maja Filipic,born in Ljubljana, Slovenia, Maya grew up alongside a piano.


    Album Between two worlds: As suggested by the title, this album is divided in two parts.

    The Stories from Emona are my most recent compositions and therefore a part of my new perception of life, after leaving my studies. Emona is an antique name for Ljubljana, where I got inspired and wrote these songs.

    The rest of the compositions are some of my older works, Fantasía being the oldest of them. It was composed during my high school period, while the last prelude (E flat major) was composed in my 1st year at university. I see these works as a kind of homage to my favourite and ever-inspiring composers Chopin, Rachmaninov and Skrjabin.

    All of the tracks were inspired by emotional events which changed something in my life for the better, bringing me to a catharsis effect in the end.

    No infringement intended .
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  • Zachary Brandon plays Barcarole-joie de vivre by Misook Kim

    3:43

    Zachary Brandon, violin (The 13th Sejong Music Competition Winner)
    Milana Pavchinskaya, piano

    Barcarole-joie de vivre by Misook Kim

    About the composer:
    Misook Kim, received her B.M. with the honor of Cum Laude from Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea. After finishing her “New Star Concert” sponsored by the Cho-Sun Newspaper, she entered the graduate school at the University of Texas at Austin where she completed her M.M. and D.M.A. degrees in composition and the certificate of piano performance. Reviewer Mike Greenberg, writing in the San Antonio Express-News, called the composer ‘a bold and unrepentant modernist.’ He also has mentioned in San Antonio Current, ‘her music was fearlessly Modern – spiky, protean, often highly compressed, proudly declining to participate in the fashion for “accessibility” – but she was so surefooted in her instincts and her craft that she earned her listeners’ trust to lead them safely and enjoyably through the strange realms she conjured.’ Kim has performed as a composer as well as a pianist in various concerts of her own works and other composers’ from solo to larger ensemble compositions throughout the States and Korea. Including commissions for the MUSICOPIA, Hudson Duo, Olmos Ensemble, she has won International Alliance for Women in Music (IAWM) Judith Zaimont Award and the Long Island Arts Council International Composition Competition in 2007. She has also won 2008 International Sejong Music Composition Competition. Her music
    was broadcasted on Classical Spotlight of KPAC (Texas Public Radio) and WFMT (Chicago’s Classical Radio). Founding member of the Chicago New Arts Trio and CASA (Composers Alliance of San Antonio), Kim has served as a board member of SAIPC (San Antonio International Piano Competition). In the fall of 2006, Kim joined the faculty at the Conservatory of Music at Wheaton College, IL.

    About the piece:
    Barcarole-joie de vivre for violin and piano: Barcarole-joie de vivre for violin and piano (2015) is based on the Korean folk tune, Boat Song of Kyung-gi Province. After a brisk introduction, the piece starts with a slow rhythm, a loosely interpreted melody, varied and derived from Jajinmori Jangdan. This pensive and prolonged part expresses a fisherman’s tiring, daily life. The main theme by the violin is extremely limited yet illustrates the necessary contrapuntal texture with the piano. To expedite the fisherman’s travel in the second half of the piece, sailors would paddle together in faster rhythm creating an
    energetic groove in which their song would sing as a call and response. The extremely raspy voice of Korean Pansori and of
    other folk songs is well-known in Korean music. The repetitive triple stops of sharply detached chords are an extra degree of volume and accent, used to obtain the preferred musical timbre in this exciting section.

    Live recording from
    the 13th Sejong Music Competition Winners Concert
    January 29, 2017 Claudia Cassidy Theater, Chicago Cultural Center
    (

    Video recording by Sejong Cultural Society
    Audio recording by Gene Nemirovsky, sound engineer, Terra Sounds
    video ©2017 Sejong Cultural Society

    제13회 세종음악경연대회 수상자 연주회 (시카고)에서 녹화
    2017년 1월 29일, 시카고

    13th Sejong Music Competition
    Winners' List:


    Competition Judges:


    Winners Concert Program Book:

  • Maurice Ravel: Piano Concerto in G major, II. Adagio assai

    10:22

    Gimnazija Kranj Great Christmas Concert 2014: Night in Paris. In a sold-out Gallus Hall (Cankarjev dom, Slovenia) Gimnazija Kranj Symphony Orchestra performed Ravel's masterpiece: Piano Concerto in G major. During the recording of this essential classical piece, I had technical difficulties, so I was able to capture only the second movement of this amazing performance.
    This is the first time published footage of this amazing performance.

    Conductor: Nejc Bečan; Concert master: Nejc Avbelj; light design: Janez Kocjan; sound design: Matjaž Culiberg; masterig: Iztok Zupan; director: Primož Zevnik

    Maurice Ravel's Piano Concerto in G major was composed between 1929 and 1931. The concerto is in three movements and is heavily influenced by jazz, which Ravel had encountered on a concert tour of the United States in 1928.

    The concerto was deeply infused with jazz idioms and harmonies, which, at the time, were highly popular in Paris as well as the United States, where Ravel was traveling on a piano tour. Ravel remarked that The most captivating part of jazz is its rich and diverting rhythm. ... Jazz is a very rich and vital source of inspiration for modern composers and I am astonished that so few Americans are influenced by it. After his well-received tour, Ravel wanted to give the first public performance of this new work himself. However, health issues precluded this possibility, with his preparatory practice of Liszt's and Chopin's études leading to fatigue. He then planned a premiere for March 9, 1931, in Amsterdam, but these plans were also canceled due to his work on the Concerto for the Left Hand, his many public appearances, and his performances of his other works.

    Eventually, Ravel offered the premiere and dedicated the concerto to Marguerite Long, who was known for her performances of the works of Fauré and Debussy and had earlier asked Ravel for new work. She received the score on November 11, 1931, and played the concerto on January 14, 1932, with Ravel conducting the Orchestre Lamoureux. A few days after this highly successful premiere, Ravel and Long started a tour of twenty cities in Europe, where the work was received with consistent enthusiasm.

    The first North American performances were given simultaneously on April 22, 1932, by both the Boston Symphony Orchestra and the Philadelphia Orchestra at their home concert halls.

    Piano solo: Petar Milić

    According to experts Petar Milić is considered one of the best Slovenian pianists on an international scale. Born in Kranj, he began with piano lessons at the age of seven. After primary school, he educated himself simultaneously at Gimnazija Kranj and Music and ballet High school in Ljubljana in the class of prof. Janez Lovše. He continued his studies at the Academy of Music in Ljubljana also with prof. Janez Lovše as his mentor. During his student years, he performed all over Slovenia and furthered his education with renowned international masters such as Arbo Valdma, Igor Lazko, Daniele Alberto, Pascal Devoyon and Elena Lapitskaja. In 1996 he received a student Prešeren award of the Academy of Music for his rendition of the 4th piano concerto by Ludwig van Beethoven conducted by Anton Nanut. In 1997 he won the 1st prize at Nikolai Rubinstein International Piano Competition in Paris. In the same year, he was invited to Rencontres musicales festival in Geneve, Switzerland. Striving to perfect his knowledge, Milić went to Hochschule der Künste in Berlin (Germany) for his postgraduate studies, where he was mentored by the famous Klaus Hellwig. During his studies, he performed in Berlin and Hannover on numerous occasions and also recorded material for RTV Slovenija, the national broadcaster. The recording of his recital was selected by a jury of European radio broadcasters to be a part of the 2001 musical festival in Bratislava, an event initiated by Yehudi Menuhin to promote young musicians.
    His solo performance was heard by millions of listeners throughout Europe.



    PPZ production: Primož Zevnik
    primoz.zevnik@gmail.com

  • Uros Krek: Sonatina za godala / Sonatina for strings

    16:23

    Eden najlepših biserov sodobne slovenske glasbene literature za godala. Enakovredno se lahko kosa z vsakim sorodnim delom iz svetovne glasbene zakladnice!
    One of the finest jewels in Slovene contemporary music repertoire for string ensembles. It is surely a world-worthy music to be recognized!
    Skladbe slovenskih skladateljev objavljam v izobrazevalne namene.
    I upload music created by Slovene composers for educational matter.

  • Pablo & Ludmila - Cuarteto Rotterdam - De Floreo - Babylon Berlin 2019

    3:13

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    De floreo
    Tango
    Música: Julio Carrasco

    Pablo and Ludmila are both professional musicians and tango dancers. They studied music at the University of Music and Perfoming Arts (MDW) in Vienna, Austria and improved as tango dancers in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

    It is important to emphasize that Pablo & Ludmila are the first and only couple in the entire world that dances tango and also plays music as a Tangoduo (Piano & C-violin).

    In October 2013, Pablo & Ludmila won the 1st prize and the Viewers´ Choice award at the International Open Tango Salon Championship in Budapest, Hungary.

    In July 2019 they participated in the European Tango Contest in Münster, Germany and they won:

    2nd prize Category MILONGA
    3rd prize Category TANGOVALS
    3rd prize Category TANGO ESCENARIO

    They have also performed and taught tango in Chile, Argentina, Canada, USA, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Slovenia, France, Spain, Montenegro, Moldova, Poland, Greece, Czech Rep. and Hungary.

    CUARTETO ROTTERDAM
    “Cuarteto Rotterdam can with good reason be regarded as one of the best European tango ensembles”, “excellent interaction”, “a great moment of tango”, “the best and most interesting tango music that I have heard in a long time”, “this tango quartet of European top class enthralls” – these are just some of the effusive press reactions over the last years.

    Today, concert halls and international tango festivals like in Paris, Istanbul, Zurich, Amsterdam and even Buenos Aires can no longer be imagined without these four musicians who have always been able to inspire both concert-goers and tango dancers. In 2011 the quartet even won the 48th Klingenthal International Accordion Competition in the category of instrumental groups with bandoneón.

    Brought into being in 2004, the ensemble was named after its birthplace in the Netherlands, where, at that time, the three founding members, Michael Dolak, Susanne Cordula Welsch and Judy Ruks, were studying tango at the Rotterdam Academy for World Music. Since 2007 they have been living and working in Berlin and Stuttgart.

    Cuarteto Rotterdam is tango – full of passion, virtuosity and power – taking into account of more than 100 years of tango history. Being conscious of this tradition, they perform the early and more cheerful kind of tango music from the Guardia Vieja era with such ease that it makes everyone want to dance. In a compact quartet style, they present the Golden Age of tango from the 1940’s with the highlights of the grand orchestras a la Di Sarli, Troilo, D’Arienzo, Pugliese or Salgán. They feel so close to the challenging Tango Nuevo of Astor Piazzolla that the heartfelt melancholy and complexity of this music is noticeable all the time. And they are curious – curious about the new aspects of tango. In searching for the tango of the 21st century, they have included contemporary Argentine and European tango pieces in their concert and dance programme.

    The quartet’s classic structure, consisting of bandoneón, violin, piano and double bass, provides a sound experience ranging between tradition and modernity. With their creativity, imagination and experience this small orchestra conjures up a world of tango for all kinds of emotions.

    Michael Dolak (Germany) – bandoneón
    Susanne Cordula Welsch (Germany) – violin
    Judy Ruks (Netherlands) – piano
    Anna-Maria Huhn (Germany) – double bass

    Tango
    Argentina and Uruguay
    Inscribed in 2009 on the Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity

    The Argentinian and Uruguayan tradition of the Tango, now familiar around the world, was developed by the urban lower classes in Buenos Aires and Montevideo in the Rio de la Plata basin. Among this mix of European immigrants to the region, descendents of African slaves and the natives of the region known as criollos, a wide range of customs, beliefs and rituals were merged and transformed into a distinctive cultural identity. As one of the most recognizable embodiments of that identity, the music, dance and poetry of tango both embodies and encourages diversity and cultural dialogue. It is practised in the traditional dance halls of Buenos Aires and Montevideo, spreading the spirit of its community across the globe even as it adapts to new environments and changing times. That community today includes musicians, professional and amateur dancers, choreographers, composers, songwriters, teachers of the art and the national living treasures who embody the culture of tango. Tango is also incorporated into celebrations of national heritage in Argentina and Uruguay, reflecting the widespread embrace of this popular urban music.

  • Over the Rainbow Japan Tour 2012 Anne Akiko Meyers and Yosuke Yamashita

    4:29

    Over 8 months pregnant, Meyers toured Japan in 2012 to help raise awareness after the Great East Japan Earthquake that hit in 2011. 'Over the Rainbow' was a special encore presentation from Opera City Hall in Tokyo, Japan with jazz pianist, Yosuke Yamashita.

    Violin superstar, Anne Akiko Meyers, is one of the most in demand violinists in the world. Regularly performing as guest soloist with the world’s top orchestras, she presents ground-breaking recitals and a best-selling recording artist with 35 albums. Named Billboard’s top-selling traditional classical instrumental soloist, her albums debuted at #1 on Billboard classical charts. Meyers is known for her passionate performances, purity of sound, deeply poetic interpretations, innovative programming and commitment to commissioning new important works from composers.

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  • Črt Sojar Voglar

    14:13

    Črt Sojar Voglar (b. 1976) (Slovénie)
    Double concerto for flute, harp and orchestra (2000)
    Flûtiste : Eva Slana
    Harpiste : Urska Kriznik Zupan
    Slovenian Radio Orchestra
    Dir : Bernhard Steiner

    With the authorization of the composer Črt Sojar Voglar.

    On collectionCB2 we can also listen to Črt Sojar Voglar's « Symphony No. 1 » (2006).

    Črt Sojar Voglar is born in 1976, in Ljubljana (Slovenia). He started his music activity at the age of two by becoming the (youngest) member of the Children's Choir of the Slovene Radio and Television. After passing the basic music school his musical path then led him to enrol at the Intermediate Music and Ballet school in Ljubljana where he took his diploma in music theory in 1996. At the Academy of Music he frequented the composition class of professor Marko Mihevc and graduated in 2000 ; both in composition and in music theory. In 2001 he became assistant for music theory at the Academy of Music in Ljubljana and in 2002 the Secretary General of the Society of Slovene Composers. In 2004 he has completed his master degree with the thesis Stylistic transformations within the orchestral works of dr. Danilo Svara. In addition, he prepared the book The Composers' Traces since 2003 (2003, Society of Slovenian Composers).
    He taught solfège at the Academy of Music in Ljubljana from 2001--04, music theory at the Franc Sturm School of Music in Ljubljana in 2006--07 and music theory at the Organ Music School in Novo Mesto from 2006--08. He has taught music theory and solfège at the Intermediate Music and Ballet School in Ljubljana since 2007.
    The compositions of Črt Sojar Voglar currently consists of approximately 150 opus for orchestra, chamber ensembles, solo instruments and vocal. He also composes scene, film and ballroom dance music. Many Slovene and foreign musicians have performed his compositions in Slovenia and abroad (in Croatia, Vojvodina, Macedonia, Bulgaria, Austria, Italy, Sweden, Brasil, South Korea, Czech Republic, Germany, Romania, Slovenia, Spain and USA). He has claimed several prizes and recognitions for his works. Though his artistic language expanded from tonality to modality, atonality, aleatorics and clusters he remains separated from the Avantgarde composers. For Sojar Voglar : « There is no Avantgarde today. The present supporter of Avantgarde is as conservative as these which are declared conservative by the critics and musicologists. There are no rules for Avantgarde. The Music can really be only good or bad ». Črt Sojar Voglar does not write very long compositions. He believes the listener wants short but intensive content. The finest works to be considered in his opus are concertos for different instruments with orchestra and music for winds in chamber opus.
    We can cite, among more of 150 opus :

    ORCHESTRAL MUSIC :
    « Sinfonia in A major In stile classico », for String orchestra (1997) ;
    « Sinfonietta for String orchestra » (1999) ;
    « Concertos No. 1 » and « No. 2 » for piano and String orchestra (2000 and 2004) ;
    « Double Concerto for flute, harp and small orchestra » (2000) ;
    « Portrait for violin and orchestra » (2001) ;
    « Cello Concerto » (2002) ;
    « Impressions of Life », for String orchestra (2002) ;
    « Contrasts in Colour », for large orchestra (2003) ;
    « Symphonies No. 1 » and « No. 2 », for large orchestra (2006 and 2008) ;
    « Flute Concerto » (2008) ;
    CHAMBER MUSIC :
    « String Trio » (1997) ;
    « Divertimento grazioso », for violin, cello and piano (1998)
    « Quintets No. 1 » and « No. 2 » (1998 and 2005) ;
    « Dance Suite », for flute, violin, viola and piano (1999) ;
    « Sonatina for violin and piano » (2000) ;
    « String Quartets No. 1 » and « No. 2 » (2002 and 2006) ;
    « Secret Sounds of Magic », for flute, oboe, clarinet, trumpet, trombone, violin, double bass, accordion (2006) ;
    « The New Time », for clarinet, violin, cello, piano (2007) ;
    « Sun Cells », for flute, clarinet and harp (2008) ;
    « Musica Ricercata », for clarinet and string quartet (2008) ;
    CHORAL MUSIC
    « Ave Maria », for mixed chorus (1997) ;
    « Sanctus », for mixed chorus and ensemble (2005) ;
    « Mass », for mixed chorus (2006) ;
    PIANO MUSIC
    « Piano Sonatina in C » (1990) ;
    « Three Preludes » for piano (1996)
    ORGAN MUSIC :
    « Gloria », for organ (2000) ;
    « Six Little Inventions », for organ (2003) ;

    He has also composed dance and film music.

    For discovering better the Slovenian composer Črt Sojar Voglar :



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  • Dušan Radić - Balada o mesecu lutalici

    54:39

    Composer: Dušan Radić (1929-2010)
    Balada o mesecu lutalici, burleskna ljubavna igra u tri slike op. 5 / The Ballad of the Vagabond Moon, burlesque love game in three pictures Op. 5
    Libretto by Bora Ćosić (1932)
    Composed in 1957.

    Performed by:
    Petar Kralj, narrator
    Aleksandra Ivanović, mezzo-soprano
    Radio Television Belgrade Choir and Symphony Orchestra
    Conductor: Vančo Čardavski
    Performed in 1984.

    1. Zemlja / Earth - 00:00
    2. Nebo / Heaven - 17:13
    3. Zemlja / Earth - 36:09

  • Samuel Wesley for Organ

    5:44

    Organ of Velesovo Priory Church (Slovenia) | As noted in the video there are two manuscripts of this piece: one is an autograph of the composer dated 16 February 1800, and the other is a copy made by Wesley's friend Benjamin Jacob (1778-1829). From 1794 onward Jacob was organist of Surrey Chapel, so called not because it was small but because it did not belong to the Church of England: meeting places of the so-called Dissenters or Nonconformists (i.e. Protestants not members of the Established Church) were never called churches. This particular chapel was a large octagonal building in Blackfriars Road -- then known as Great Surrey Street -- in Southwark (South London) erected in 1783 to serve a Methodist group, but it was also often used for concerts attracting large audiences. Some concerts held here and elsewhere featured Wesley and Jacob playing the large organ works of J.S. Bach in Wesley's arrangements for four hands -- necessary because English instruments of the period did not have the pedal divisions that this music requires (but did have manual compasses going down to GG). The friendship between the two men seems to have begun in the summer of 1808, as suggested by the earliest surviving letter from Wesley to Jacob of 13 August of that year (unfortunately only letters by Wesley to Jacob survive, none by Jacob to Wesley). (For further details see the biography by Philip Olleson: Samuel Wesley. The Man And His Music, Boydell Press 2003.)

    We may assume that the fugue recorded here was heard at Surrey Chapel, whether played by Wesley or Jacob. It was first printed by another friend of Wesley's, Vincent Novello, who included it in a collection of works by various composers called Select Organ Pieces that he published in about 1830. It can now be found in volume 8 of the fagus-music.com edition of Wesley's organ works, edited by Geoffrey Atkinson. The final seven bars of the score consist only of a progression of chords (including the pedal notes, which are original). Atkinson thinks that the player was expected to add a cadenza of his own based on those chords, which I have done. 18th-century English organs almost never had pedals, which only started, slowly, to become more common in the 1790s. Written in 1800, this fugue is noteworthy for having some notes assigned to the pedals towards the end. But this is clearly still an experimental feature and it would be possible simply to omit these bass notes, since Wesley could not be sure that instruments on which the piece might be played would actually have pedals.

    KO 603 refers to the catalogue of Wesley's compositions compiled by Michael Kassler and Philip Olleson (Samuel Wesley. A Source Book, Ashgate 2001).

    The organ in Surrey Chapel was apparently built by George Elliot at an unknown date around 1800. The stoplist was as follows:

    Great: Open Diapason (1) [Large] 8', Open Diapason (2) [Small] 8', Stopped Diapason 8', Principal 4', Flute 4', Twelfth 2 2/3', Fifteenth 2', Sesquialtera II (Bass), Cornet III (Treble), Mixture II, Trumpet (1) 8', Trumpet (2) 8' [from Swell]

    Swell: Open Diapason 8', Stopped Diapason 8', Principal 4', Cornet IV, Trumpet 8'

    Pedals: Pull-downs, 1 1/2 octaves

    The blower was operated by a wheel. There were two shifting movements (no doubt working on the Great), one leaving on 5 stops, the other the three diapasons.

    Surrey Chapel closed in 1881 after the congregation moved to a new site, then saw a variety of commercial uses and in 1910 reopened as a boxing ring. Following bomb damage in October 1940 (and possibly again at a later date) it was demolished in 1942.

    Here is a complete list of works by the Wesley brothers (Samuel and Charles jr.) on my channel:

    The (unfinished) portrait of Samuel Wesley used in the video was painted by John Jackson probably around 1815 or a little later. It is in the National Portrait Gallery in London.

    a_osiander(at)gmx.net . .

  • Anne Akiko Meyers O Magnum Mysterium Morten Lauridsen

    6:45

    From Anne's 37th album, Mirror in Mirror. A special production of Morten Lauridsen's O Magnum Mysterium, exclusively arranged by the composer for Anne, featuring the Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Kristjan Järvi. Mirror in Mirror will be released this September 7, 2018 on Avie and the video was produced by Bowstrings Studio.

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  • ZGUBU ZGUBU - Adi Smolar & Orkester Mandolina Ljubljana - dir. Andrej Zupan

    3:43

    ADI SMOLAR - Zgubu zgubu

    Orkester Mandolina Ljubljana
    dirigent Andrej Zupan

    Sem izgubil že denarnico, izgubil sem dekle
    Izgubil sem prijatelje in frnikule
    Izgubil sem prtljago ... rezervacijo
    Sem izgubil vozni red in ... orientacijo

    Ko sem izgubil psa, v časopis sem dal oglas
    A čez nekej dni, sem izgubil se še jaz
    Pa sem izgubil živce, a se ne jezim
    Ker sem se že navadil, da vedno kej zgubim

    Izgubil izgubil
    Izgubil izgubil

    Sem izgubil že očala, izgubil sem kolo
    Izgubil sem dežnikov sigurno več kot sto
    Sem izgubil dokumente, osebno, potni list,
    Sem izgubil tudi priložnost, da bil bi komunist

    Ko me ženska je prevarala izgubil sem razum
    A ko tipa sem zagledal sem izgubil še pogum
    Pa sem si drugo najdel, ko sem bil nalit
    Ko videl sem jo trezen sem pa izgubil apetit

    Izgubil izgubil izgubil izgubil - izgubil sem že čisto vse
    Izgubil izgubil izgubil izgubil - a volje do življenja ne
    Izgubil izgubil izgubil izgubil izgubil sem že čisto vse
    Izgubil izgubil izgubil izgubil - a veselja do življenja ne

    Izgubil izgubil
    Izgubil izgubil
    Izgubil izgubil
    Izgubil izgubil

    Nimam pojma kaj sem izgubil
    Sem s privatizacijo
    Izgubil sem nadzor nad situacijo
    Izgubil sem že službo, izgubil položaj

    Zaupanje v oblast naj mi vrne kdo nazaj
    Izgubil sem naslove, ključe in copate
    Pa fotografije, srajce in kravate
    Izgubil sem že pisma, revije, kupe knjig
    Pa pravico, da v bifeju si prižgem en čik

    Dajte mi karkoli
    Vse bom izgubil vam povem
    Za to dejavnost sem naravnost fenomen
    Izgubljam že lase, svežino in zobe
    Tudi nekaj kil bi zgubu, če imel jih bi od kje

    Se misli mi izgubljajo
    In če sem odkrit
    Zdi se mi, da zdaj izgubil sem rdečo nit
    Karkoli že izgubim
    Me to več ne potre
    Saj tako ali tako sem človek, ki izgubil je že vse

    Izgubil izgubil izgubil izgubil sem že čisto vse
    Izgubil izgubil izgubil izgubil - a volje do življenja ne
    Izgubil izgubil izgubil izgubil sem že čisto vse
    Izgubil izgubil izgubil izgubil - a veselja do življenja, veselja do življenja,
    Veselja do življenja ne

    Pa še kaj bom izgubil
    Seveda to se ve
    Vendar ko ni več navezanosti
    Neha se gorje.

    The Mandolina Ljubljana Orchestra is the only ensemble in Slovenia, whose members have chosen the mandolin as their companion on their musical journey. In Slovenia, the mandolin has only recently been given a more significant role in various musical styles, from classical to pop. We, the members of the orchestra feel honoured and obligated to make the audience more familiar with this mellifluous plucked string instrument and to bring to their ears genuine mandolin music. In our repertoire there are also compositions written by classical composers, arrangements of folk tunes, film music and evergreens. We have had numerous successful appearances at home and abroad in more than thirty years of our performing. This, good critics and more and more satisfied audiences, assure us that we are on the right path.



    Camera: Simon Malovrh
    Zvokovna slika
    Simon Debelec

  • Glissando

    9:42




    Svečana prireditev akademije društva pedagogov dr. Anton Trstenjak

    GLISSANDO
    04.10.2013
    Slovenia

    Ana Vurcer (violin)
    Vanja Fekonja (piano)
    Denis Čuček (guitar)



    info@glissando.si

    1. Ne čakaj pomladi (Slovenian movie song)
    2. Libar (Gibonni)
    3. My way (Frank Sinatra)
    4. S kitaro po stari Ljubljani (Čuki, Slovenian song)
    5. La Passion (Gigi D'Agostino)
    6. Champs Elysées (Joe Dassin)

  • COLDPLAY - A SKY FULL OF STARS - Martin, Berryman - Orkester Mandolina Ljubljana - dir. Andrej Zupan

    5:01

    A SKY FULL OF STARS - Chris Martin, Guy Berryman, Jonny, Buckland, Will Champion, prir. Alauda

    SPACE - VESOLJE
    Orkester Mandolina Ljubljana
    Maestro Andrej Zupan

    Orkester Mandolina Ljubljana
    dirigent Andrej Zupan

    The Mandolina Ljubljana Orchestra is the only ensemble in Slovenia, whose members have chosen the mandolin as their companion on their musical journey. In Slovenia, the mandolin has only recently been given a more significant role in various musical styles, from classical to pop. We, the members of the orchestra feel honoured and obligated to make the audience more familiar with this mellifluous plucked string instrument and to bring to their ears genuine mandolin music. In our repertoire there are also compositions written by classical composers, arrangements of folk tunes, film music and evergreens. We have had numerous successful appearances at home and abroad in more than thirty years of our performing. This, good critics and more and more satisfied audiences, assure us that we are on the right path.



    Sound: Simon Debelec - Zvokovna slika
    Camera: Simon Malovrh
    OML 2016 koncert Vesolje
    Zvokovna slika

  • Emina Sevdalinka performed by Alen Garagic

    3:49

    Emina traditional Bosnian song.


    Defined by critics as ...a sublime artist and an excellent performer, who does with the guitar what a pianist does with the piano, expressing rhythmical, dynamic, harmonic and tone contrasts, as well as the different chiaroscuros that composers have captured in their scores.The evenings works were offered with admirable musicalrichness... (JoséLuísLópez,DiarioABC).

    He was born on November 30, 1978 in Tuzla (Bosnia and Herzegovina) and started playing guitar at the age of 13 at the Secondary School of Music in Tuzla. He continued his musical education at the Royal Conser vator y in The Hague (Holland) where he studied under Professor Zoran Dukic. Afterwards he continued his studies under Professor Alex Garrobé at the Escuela Superior de Musica de Catalunya in Barcelona (Spain). He also studied under Professor Franz Halasz at the Hochshule für Music Leopold Mozart in Augsburg, (Germany).

    He has been giving concerts in many European and American countries and has been invited to festivals such as the José Tomas in Alicante (Spain), the Antonio Lauro in Ankara (Turkey), the Fabricio Caroso in Latina (Italy), the Andrés Segovia in Linares (Spain), the Guitars of the World in Buenos Aires (Argentina), the International guitar festival in Amsterdam (Holland), the Masters in Seville (Spain), the International music festival in Toledo (Spain), the International guitar festival in Madrid (Spain), the International music festival in Lisbon (Portugal) etc.
    He has performed at important venues, such as the National Auditorium in Madrid (Spain), L'Auditori and the Palau de la Música Catalana in Barcelona (Spain), Sejong Center for the Performing Arts in Seoul (Korea),Theatre Monumental with the Spanish Radio and Television orchestra in Madrid (Spain), Gasteig Kulturzentrum Munchen (Germany), Slovene Philharmonic etc.

    Since 2007 he is artistic director of ARTPEGI Productions based in Barcelona (Spain).

    He has won more than fifteen prizes in international competitions, among them the first prize in the JoséTomás International guitar competition in Alicante, first prize in the Andrés Segovia International guitar competition in Linares, first prize in the Velez-Málaga International guitar competition and the first prize at the most important Spanish competition, patronized by the Royal Family, the Princess Cristina International guitar competition, Guerrero Foundation in Madrid.

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  • 35 Returning the Slipper Fairy Tales

    1:25

    (support the original composers and receive a downloadable version of this soundtrack as a possible donation gift)
    35 - Returning the Slipper (Symphony No. 6 'Pathetique', 4th Movement (part 2)) (real MT-32 version)
    From the full and complete soundtrack OST to Sierra's Mixed-Up Fairy Tales

    GAME FILE: tch7
    Arranged by unknown (copyright 1991)

    Original Composition: Symphony No. 6 'Pathetique', 4th Movement (part 2)
    Original Composer: Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky

    Music Usage: Returning the slipper to the prince at the castle.

    * * * * *

    This soundtrack has been made in full conjunction with Mark Seibert & Chris Braymen. The music, having originally been composed using the Roland MT-32, has been recorded directly from an authentic MT-32 from the original unaltered MIDI files. Due to the hardware limitations of the MT-32 causing polysynth problems, most channels have been recorded independently and then merged into a single track. Therefore, no notation data is lost through polysynth limitations and the tracks may be heard at their fullest.

    ALL VERSIONS:
    *MT-32:


    *****

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    Other Sierra Soundtrack Playlists (may be pending):
    *KQ1 (MT32)
    *KQ4 (MT32)
    *KQ5 (MT32)
    *KQ5 (SC55)
    *KQ6 (SC55)
    *KQ7 (SC55)
    *SQ6 (SC55)
    *Mixed-Up Fairy Tales (MT32)
    *Pepper's Adventures in Time (SC55)
    *Slater & Charlie Go Camping (SC55)
    *Trophy Bass 1 (SC55)


    SEE THE REST OF MY PLAYLISTS FOR OTHER FULL COMPLETE OSTS, INCLUDING MUSIC FROM:
    Might and Magic I~V, Planet's Edge, King's Bounty, King's Quest, Space Quest, Ambush at Sorinor, etc.

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  • 33 Bookend Steals the Slipper FairyTales

    1:43

    (support the original composers and receive a downloadable version of this soundtrack as a possible donation gift)
    33 - Bookend Steals the Slipper (Symphony No. 6 'Pathetique', 4th Movement (part 1)) (real MT-32 version)
    From the full and complete soundtrack OST to Sierra's Mixed-Up Fairy Tales

    GAME FILE: tch9
    Arranged by unknown (copyright 1991)

    Original Composition: Symphony No. 6 'Pathetique', 4th Movement (part 1)
    Original Composer: Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky

    Music Usage: Bookend steals Cinderella's lost slipper.

    * * * * *

    This soundtrack has been made in full conjunction with Mark Seibert & Chris Braymen. The music, having originally been composed using the Roland MT-32, has been recorded directly from an authentic MT-32 from the original unaltered MIDI files. Due to the hardware limitations of the MT-32 causing polysynth problems, most channels have been recorded independently and then merged into a single track. Therefore, no notation data is lost through polysynth limitations and the tracks may be heard at their fullest.

    ALL VERSIONS:
    *MT-32:


    *****

    Please consider visiting the new Xeen Music Patreon page, which supports both this channel as well as the original composers, and including opportunities for the entire soundtracks to be downloaded:


    Other Sierra Soundtrack Playlists (may be pending):
    *KQ1 (MT32)
    *KQ4 (MT32)
    *KQ5 (MT32)
    *KQ5 (SC55)
    *KQ6 (SC55)
    *KQ7 (SC55)
    *SQ6 (SC55)
    *Mixed-Up Fairy Tales (MT32)
    *Pepper's Adventures in Time (SC55)
    *Slater & Charlie Go Camping (SC55)
    *Trophy Bass 1 (SC55)


    SEE THE REST OF MY PLAYLISTS FOR OTHER FULL COMPLETE OSTS, INCLUDING MUSIC FROM:
    Might and Magic I~V, Planet's Edge, King's Bounty, King's Quest, Space Quest, Ambush at Sorinor, etc.

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  • Gibraltar International Song Festival 2015, BJÖRN AGAIN – THE WORLD’S NO 1 ABBA SHOW

    40

    RECORD NUMBER OF ENTRIES AND COUNTRIES FOR THE GIBRALTAR INTERNATIONAL SONG FESTIVAL 2015

    Although every edition of the Gibraltar International Song Festival (GISF) has witnessed an increase in the number of songs received, the coming edition – due to be held at the Tercentenary Sports Hall on Saturday 9 May, 2015 – has broken all records. Close to 700 songs have been received, some from surprising countries of origin, such as the United Arab Emirates, India, Indonesia, Malawi and Vietnam.

    The full list of the 28 countries from which entries have been received is as follows (in alphabetical order): Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Cuba, France, Georgia, Germany, Gibraltar, Greece, India, Indonesia, Israel, Italy, Malawi, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru, Poland, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Arab Emirates, UK, Venezuela and Vietnam.

    The undeniable fact is that, year by year, the GISF is reaching an ever-wider international audience, resulting in the receipt of songs of great quality, diversity and cultural/ethnic influences. Each edition also acts as an important shop window for the authors and composers whose songs are sung live on the night, as well as for the singers who perform them. The whole show is live streamed via partners in Latin America, Europe, Russia and surrounding regions, as well as the GISF website itself, to a potential worldwide audience of over 100 million.

    GISF is also living proof of one of music’s central premises: that music knows no frontiers. In this, it receives valuable support from the UK’s PRS for Music (the UK’s Performing Right Society) and Spain’s Sociedad General de Autores, y Editores. Both organisations publicise the festival via their internal and website communications with their members, thus reaching both their national and international memberships, providing them with a direct link to the GISF’s own website.

    Further, GISF is projecting Gibraltar’s image and reputation worldwide, ably assisted in this venture through a direct link to the Gibraltar government website that appears on every page of the GISF’s own site, supported by valuable backing from the Ministry of Culture.

    ¡GRACIAS, AUTORES Y COMPOSITORES!

    Gracias a los cientos de autores y compositores que nos han enviado un récord número de canciones…de más países que nunca…para el GISF 2015.
    Países de los cuales hemos recibido canciones (en orden alfabético): Alemania, Argentina, Brasil, Chile, Colombia, Cuba, Eslovenia, España, Francia, Georgia, Gibraltar, Grecia, India, Indonesia, Israel, Italia, Malawi, México, Nicaragua, Panamá, Perú, Polonia, Reino Unido, Suecia, Suiza, Unión de Emiratos Árabes, Venezuela y Vietnam.

    BJÖRN AGAIN – THE WORLD’S NO 1 ABBA SHOW
    Bjorn Again is the World’s Number One ABBA show, having now performed over 6000 concerts in over 100 countries worldwide.
    Currently in its 26th year, Bjorn Again has sold out concerts in India, China, South America, Australia, New Zealand, Scandinavia, and all over Europe, Asia, USA and Canada.
    Bjorn Again is regarded as the most successful tribute band of all time and is the only ABBA show kindly praised by Benny and Bjorn of ABBA.
    Bjorn Again have played at all the major concert venues in the world including The Sydney Opera House, The Royal Albert Hall and Wembley Stadium; at all the major rock festivals such as Reading, T in the Park and Glastonbury; and performed private shows for Bill Gates, Rowan Atkinson and Russell Crowe. The band’s fans include Dave Grohl, Tom Jones, U2, Metallica and Robert Plant/Led Zeppelin. The band also played an integral part in launching the film ‘Muriel’s Wedding’ at its World Premiere at The Cannes Film Festival in 1994.

  • ↳Electro-Industrial 1000 Dead Men Dying These Young Anarchists

    3:38

    Industrial track from the 2012 album We Are the Dead, by These Young Anarchists.



    Industrial music drew from a broad range of predecessors. Alexei Monroe argues that Kraftwerk were particularly significant in the development of industrial music, as the first successful artists to incorporate representations of industrial sounds into nonacademic electronic music. Industrial music was created originally by using mechanical and electric machinery, and later advanced synthesizers, samplers and electronic percussion as the technology developed. Monroe also argues for Suicide as an influential contemporary of the industrial musicians. Groups cited as inspirational by the founders of industrial music include The Velvet Underground, Joy Division, and Martin Denny. Genesis P-Orridge of Throbbing Gristle had a cassette library including recordings by the Master Musicians of Jajouka, Kraftwerk, Charles Manson, and William S. Burroughs. P-Orridge also credited 1960s rock such as The Doors, Pearls Before Swine, The Fugs, Captain Beefheart, and Frank Zappa in a 1979 interview.

    Chris Carter also enjoyed and found inspiration in Pink Floyd and Tangerine Dream. Boyd Rice was influenced by the music of Lesley Gore and ABBA. Z'EV cited Christopher Tree (Spontaneous Sound), John Coltrane, Miles Davis, Tim Buckley, Jimi Hendrix, and Captain Beefheart, among others together with Tibetan, Balinese, Javanese, Indian, and African music as influential in his artistic life. Cabaret Voltaire cited Roxy Music as their initial forerunners, as well as Kraftwerk's Trans-Europe Express. Cabaret Voltaire also recorded pieces reminiscent of musique concrète and composers such as Morton Subotnick. Nurse with Wound cited a long list of obscure free improvisation and Krautrock as recommended listening. 23 Skidoo borrowed from Fela Kuti and Miles Davis's On the Corner. Many industrial groups, including Einstürzende Neubauten, took inspiration from world music.

    Many of the initial industrial musicians preferred to cite artists or thinkers, rather than musicians, as their inspiration. Simon Reynolds declares that Being a Throbbing Gristle fan was like enrolling in a university course of cultural extremism. John Cage was an initial inspiration for Throbbing Gristle. SPK appreciated Jean Dubuffet, Marcel Duchamp, Jean Baudrillard, Michel Foucault, Walter Benjamin, Marshall McLuhan, Friedrich Nietzsche, and Gilles Deleuze. Cabaret Voltaire took conceptual cues from Burroughs, J. G. Ballard, and Tristan Tzara. Whitehouse and Nurse with Wound dedicated some of their work to the Marquis de Sade; the latter also took impetus from the Comte de Lautréamont.

    Another influence on the industrial aesthetic was Lou Reed's Metal Machine Music. Pitchfork Music cites this album as inspiring, in part, much of the contemporary avant-garde music scene—noise, in particular. The album consists entirely of guitar feedback, anticipating industrial's use of non-musical sounds.

  • Schumann, Mendelssohn, Grøndahl,

    1:15:01

    Silvio Sirsen in a rare performance of three great composers, undervalued too often. Clara Wieck Schumann, Fanny Mendelssohn Hensel and Agathe Backer Grøndahl. 34 beatuful pearls hard to find!!


    FANNY MELDESSOHN HENSEL (1805-1847)
    -Preludio in La min
    - MELODIA in do diesis minore OP.4 N.2
    - MELODIA in Si Maggiore OP.5 N.4
    - ANDANTE in Si minore
    -O sogno di gioventu', o stella dorata in Fa magg.
    -Mese di Maggio in La magg.
    Mese di Novembre in Fa min.

    CLARA WIEVK SCHUMANN (1819-1896)
    - PRELUDIO e Fuga in Si bemole Maggiore
    Romanza in Mi b min. op 11 n 1
    Romanza in Si Maggiore Op 5 n°3
    Larghetto in Fa magg.
    Un poco agitato in La minore
    Andante espressivo in Re Maggiore op 15 n 3
    Scherzo in Sol maggiore

    GATHE BACKER GRODAHL (1847-1907)
    - SERENATA in Fa maggiore OP.15 N.1
    - SCHIZZO in Do Maggiore OP.19 N.1
    - STUDIO in La bemolle Maggiore OP.22 N.1
    - LAMENTO in Mi minore OP.36 N.1
    - Romanza in Sol Maggiore OP.55 N.9
    -Pezzo alla spagnola in Mi min Op 55 N5
    Ninna Nanna in Sol magg.op 36 N 4
    - PICCOLO WALZER in Re Maggiore OP.55 N.3
    - IDDILIO in La Maggiore OP.24 N.4
    - PEZZO ALL’UNGHERESE in Re minore OP.55 N.2
    - FOGLIO D’ALBUM in Si bemolle Maggiore OP.35 N.2
    - IDDILIO in Sol minore OP.24 N.5
    - IL CANTO DEL FANCIULLO in Re Maggiore OP.65 N.3
    - CANTO DELL’ARCOLAIO in La minore OP.36 N.10
    - SOUVENIR in Re minore OP.39 N.1
    - L’UCCELLO SELVATICO in Fa minore OP.65 N.1
    - STUDIO DA CONCERTO in si bemolle minore OP.11 N.1
    Mandolinata in Re b Magg. op 59 N 3
    Volo di rondini in La magg. Op 39 N 3
    Foglio d'album in Mi magg. op 53 N 2

    SILVIO SIRSEN
    Pianista
    Nato a Trieste, ha studiato pianoforte con i maestri A.
    Costantinides e L. Baldini; si è diplomato a pieni voti al
    Conservatorio “G. Tartini” di Trieste, dove ha pure seguito per
    diversi anni corsi di composizione.
    Ha frequentato vari corsi di perfezionamento in Italia e in Austria
    per il pianoforte con H. Costa, M. Horszowski, B. Mezzena, per la
    Musica da Camera con Dario De Rosa e Renato Zanettovich, per
    la liederistica con Guido Salvetti ed Erik Werba.
    Oltre ad essere stato premiato in diversi concorsi nazionali, ha
    iniziato nel 1980 un’intensa attività concertistica sia come solista
    sia in formazione di Duo (violino/pianoforte- canto/pianoforte).
    Ha eettuato concerti in Italia (Milano, Torino, Bologna, Firenze,
    Roma) ed all’estero (Austria, Svizzera, Ungheria, Germania,
    Francia, Slovenia e Croazia).
    Ha registrato per la RAI, la Radio Svizzera Italiana, Radio
    Capodistria ed ha inciso per la EMI le sonate per Violino e
    pianoforte di E. Greig.
    Attualmente è docente presso il Conservatorio “G. Tartini” come
    Collaboratore al Pianoforte.
    Ha collaborato inoltre con cantanti lirici di chiara fama quali: I.
    Meneghelli, M. Sokolinska, M. Pecile, G. Botta e G. Scalchi.
    Attualmente lavora con il mezzo soprano triestino Rita Susovsky,

  • Ghostlife - American Classical Music 2017 Album

    10:00

    Music speaks louder than words.


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  • SCORPIONS-Still Loving You-Make It Real HQ Sound, HD, Lyrics

    10:11

    Scorpions are a German rock band formed in 1965 in Hanover by Rudolf Schenker. Since the band's inception, its musical style has ranged from hard rock to heavy metal. The lineup from 1978–1992 was the most successful incarnation of the group, and included Klaus Meine (vocals), Rudolf Schenker (rhythm guitar), Matthias Jabs (lead guitar), Francis Buchholz (bass guitar), and Herman Rarebell (drums). The band's only constant member has been Schenker, although Meine has been the lead singer for all of Scorpions' studio albums, while Jabs has been a consistent member since 1979, and bassist Paweł Mąciwoda and drummer Mikkey Dee have been in the band since 2003 and 2016 respectively.

    Rolling Stone described the Scorpions as the heroes of heavy metal, and MTV called them Ambassadors of Rock. The band was ranked number 46 on VH1's Greatest Artists of Hard Rock programme, with Rock You Like a Hurricane at number 18 on VH1's list of the 100 Greatest Hard Rock Songs. Still Loving You ranked 22nd place among the greatest ballads. The Scorpions have received prestigious awards such as three World Music Awards, a star on the Hollywood Rock wall, and a presence in the permanent exhibition of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. In 2015 the group celebrated its 50th anniversary.

    Lyrics:
    STILL LOVING YOU
    Time, it needs time
    To win back your love again
    I will be there, I will be there
    Love, only love
    Can bring back your love someday
    I will be there, I will be there
    Fight, babe, I'll fight
    To win back your love again
    I will be there, I will be there
    Love, only love
    Can break down the walls someday
    I will be there, I will be there
    If we'd go again
    All the way from the start,
    I would try to change
    The things that killed our love
    Your pride has build a wall, so strong
    That I can't get through
    Is there really no chance
    To start once again?
    I'm loving you
    Try, baby try
    To trust in my love again
    I will be there, I will be there
    Love, our love
    Just shouldn't be thrown away
    I will be there, I will be there
    If we'd go again
    All the way from the start,
    I would try to change
    The things that killed our love
    Your pride has build a wall, so strong
    That I can't get through
    Is there really no chance
    To start once again?
    If we'd go again
    All the way from the start,
    I would try to change
    The things that killed our love
    Yes I've hurt your pride, and I know
    What you've been through
    You should give me a chance
    This can't be the end
    I'm still loving you
    I'm still loving you,
    I need your love
    I'm still loving you
    Still loving you, baby...

    MAKE IT REAL
    You can always trust your inner feelings
    'cause they always tell the truth
    Where did it get you, then your analyzing
    Just do what feels right for you
    If you take life as a crazy gamble
    Throw your dice take your chance
    You will see it from the different angle
    And you too can join the dance
    Make it real not fantasy
    Fantasy
    Make it real not fantasy
    Fantasy oooh yeah
    Did you ever have a secret yearning
    Don't you know it could come true
    Now's the time to set wheels turning
    To open up your life for you
    As you know there's always good and evil
    Make your choice don't be blind
    Open up your mind and don't be trivial
    There's a whole new world to find
    Make it real not fantasy
    Fantasy
    Make it real not fantasy
    Fantasy oooh yeah
    Did you ever have a secret yearning
    Don't you know it could come true
    Now's the time to set wheels turning
    To open up your life for you
    As you know there's always good and evil
    Make your choice don't be blind
    Open up your mind and don't be trivial
    There's a whole new world to find
    Make it real not fantasy
    Fantasy
    Make it real not fantasy
    Fantasy
    Make it real not fantasy
    Fantasy
    Make it real not fantasy
    Fantasy oooh yeah

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  • Črt Sojar Voglar

    21:07

    Črt Sojar Voglar (b. 1976) (Slovénie)
    Symphony No. 1 (2006)
    Dir : George Pehlivanian

    1- Misterioso -- lo stesso tempo, animato -- Allegro (5.57)
    2- Intermezzo : contemplativo (5.28)
    3- Giocoso (9.41)

    With the authorization of the composer Črt Sojar Voglar.

    On collectionCB2 we can also listen to Sojar Voglar's Double concerto for flute, harp and orchestra (2000).

    Črt Sojar Voglar is born in 1976, in Ljubljana (Slovenia). He started his music activity at the age of two by becoming the (youngest) member of the Children's Choir of the Slovene Radio and Television. After passing the basic music school his musical path then led him to enrol at the Intermediate Music and Ballet school in Ljubljana where he took his diploma in music theory in 1996. At the Academy of Music he frequented the composition class of professor Marko Mihevc and graduated in 2000 ; both in composition and in music theory. In 2001 he became assistant for music theory at the Academy of Music in Ljubljana and in 2002 the Secretary General of the Society of Slovene Composers. In 2004 he has completed his master degree with the thesis Stylistic transformations within the orchestral works of dr. Danilo Svara. In addition, he prepared the book The Composers' Traces since 2003 (2003, Society of Slovenian Composers).
    He taught solfège at the Academy of Music in Ljubljana from 2001--04, music theory at the Franc Sturm School of Music in Ljubljana in 2006--07 and music theory at the Organ Music School in Novo Mesto from 2006--08. He has taught music theory and solfège at the Intermediate Music and Ballet School in Ljubljana since 2007.
    The compositions of Črt Sojar Voglar currently consists of approximately 150 opus for orchestra, chamber ensembles, solo instruments and vocal. He also composes scene, film and ballroom dance music. Many Slovene and foreign musicians have performed his compositions in Slovenia and abroad (in Croatia, Vojvodina, Macedonia, Bulgaria, Austria, Italy, Sweden, Brasil, South Korea, Czech Republic, Germany, Romania, Slovenia, Spain and USA). He has claimed several prizes and recognitions for his works. Though his artistic language expanded from tonality to modality, atonality, aleatorics and clusters he remains separated from the Avantgarde composers. For Sojar Voglar : « There is no Avantgarde today. The present supporter of Avantgarde is as conservative as these which are declared conservative by the critics and musicologists. There are no rules for Avantgarde. The Music can really be only good or bad ». Črt Sojar Voglar does not write very long compositions. He believes the listener wants short but intensive content. The finest works to be considered in his opus are concertos for different instruments with orchestra and music for winds in chamber opus.
    We can cite, among more of 150 opus :
    ORCHESTRAL MUSIC :
    « Sinfonia in A major In stile classico », for String orchestra (1997) ;
    « Sinfonietta for String orchestra » (1999) ;
    « Concertos No. 1 » and « No. 2 » for piano and String orchestra (2000 and 2004) ;
    « Double Concerto for flute, harp and small orchestra » (2000) ;
    « Portrait for violin and orchestra » (2001) ;
    « Cello Concerto » (2002) ;
    « Impressions of Life », for String orchestra (2002) ;
    « Contrasts in Colour », for large orchestra (2003) ;
    « Symphonies No. 1 » and « No. 2 », for large orchestra (2006 and 2008) ;
    « Flute Concerto » (2008) ;
    CHAMBER MUSIC :
    « String Trio » (1997) ;
    « Divertimento grazioso », for violin, cello and piano (1998)
    « Quintets No. 1 » and « No. 2 » (1998 and 2005) ;
    « Dance Suite », for flute, violin, viola and piano (1999) ;
    « Sonatina for violin and piano » (2000) ;
    « String Quartets No. 1 » and « No. 2 » (2002 and 2006) ;
    « Secret Sounds of Magic », for flute, oboe, clarinet, trumpet, trombone, violin, double bass, accordion (2006) ;
    « The New Time », for clarinet, violin, cello, piano (2007) ;
    « Sun Cells », for flute, clarinet and harp (2008) ;
    « Musica Ricercata », for clarinet and string quartet (2008) ;
    CHORAL MUSIC
    « Ave Maria », for mixed chorus (1997) ;
    « Sanctus », for mixed chorus and ensemble (2005) ;
    « Mass », for mixed chorus (2006) ;
    PIANO MUSIC
    « Piano Sonatina in C » (1990) ;
    « Three Preludes » for piano (1996)
    ORGAN MUSIC :
    « Gloria », for organ (2000) ;
    « Six Little Inventions », for organ (2003) ;

    He has also composed dance and film music.

    For discovering better the Slovenian composer Črt Sojar Voglar :



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