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Playlist of Samuel Barber

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  • Samuel Barber - Adagio for Strings

    8:02

    Adagio for Strings by Samuel Barber.

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  • Samuel Barber - Agnus Dei HD

    8:41

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    Composer: Samuel Barber (1910-1981)
    Performed here by: The Dale Warland Singers
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    About this song:

    Samuel Barber rejected many arrangements, of Adagio for Strings, published by G. Schirmer, such as the organ arrangement by William Strickland. However he did transcribe the piece in 1967 for eight-part choir, as a setting of the Agnus Dei (Lamb of God).

    Adagio for Strings (the string version of this piece) can be heard on many film, TV, and video game soundtracks, including Oliver Stone's Oscar-winning film Platoon, David Lynch's 1980 Oscar-nominated film The Elephant Man, Michael Moore's documentary Sicko, Swimming Upstream, Lorenzo's Oil, A Very Natural Thing, Reconstruction, and Jean-Pierre Jeunet's Oscar-nominated 2001 film Amélie. It has been heard in episodes of The Simpsons, Big Brother 2010 (UK), That Mitchell and Webb Look, The Boondocks, South Park, How I Met Your Mother, Seinfeld, ER (TV series), Red Dwarf, Big Love, and Mystery Science Theater 3000. A recorded performance by the London Symphony Orchestra was, for a time, the highest selling classical piece on iTunes. This choral version, Agnus Dei, can be heard in the soundtrack to the PC video game Homeworld (released in 1999, awarded with the Game of the Year accolade from the PC Gamer magazine). The work is extremely popular in the electronic dance music genre, notably in trance. Artists who have covered it include Armin van Buuren, William Orbit, Ferry Corsten, and Tiësto. eRa included this song in their new album Classics. Adagio is the final song on the final collaborative Peter, Paul and Mary album Peter Paul and Mary, With Symphony Orchestra. Mary Travers had requested that Adagio be played at her memorial service. It was also played at the Royal Albert Concert Hall on the 15th September 2001 in memorial of the attacks on America that shook the world four days beforehand.

    About the photograph:

    Saint Paul's Cathedral, London, during the Blitz. This cathedral has survived despite being targeted during the Blitz - it was struck by bombs on 10 October 1940 and 17 April 1941. On 12 September 1940 a time-delayed bomb that had struck the cathedral was successfully defused and removed by a bomb disposal detachment of Royal Engineers under the command of Temporary Lieutenant Robert Davies. Had this bomb detonated, it would have totally destroyed the cathedral, as it left a 100-foot (30 m) crater when it was later remotely detonated in a secure location. As a result of this action, Davies was awarded the George Cross, along with Sapper George Cameron Wylie.

    On 29 December 1940, the cathedral had another close call when an incendiary bomb became lodged in the lead shell of the dome but fell outwards onto the Stone Gallery and was put out before it could ignite the dome timbers. One of the most iconic images of London during the war was a photograph of St Paul's taken the same day by photographer Herbert Mason (in this video), from the roof of the Daily Mail in Tudor Street showing the cathedral shrouded in smoke.

    Lisa Jardine of Queen Mary, University of London has written:
    Wreathed in billowing smoke, amidst the chaos and destruction of war, the pale dome stands proud and glorious - indomitable. At the height of that air-raid, Sir Winston Churchill telephoned the Guildhall to insist that all fire-fighting resources be directed at St Paul's. The cathedral must be saved, he said, damage to the fabric would sap the morale of the country.

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  • Agnus Dei - Samuel Barber LIVE

    7:37

    Vlaams Radiokoor
    Marcus Creed, conductor
    Recorded at Studio4, Flagey (Brussels) 2015

  • Samuel Barber, Prayers of Kierkegaard, op 30

    17:55

    Samuel Barber, Prayers of Kierkegaard, op. 30

    1. O Thou Who art unchangeable
    2. Lord Jesus Christ, Who suffered all life long
    3. Father in Heaven, well we know that it is Thou
    4. Father in Heaven! Hold not our sins up against us.

    Carmen Pelton, soprano
    Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and Chorus
    Robert Shaw, conductor

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  • Adagio for Strings - Samuel Barber

    9:44

    Samuel Barber's Adagio for Strings performed by the Folsom Symphony, June 2, 2012 Summer Symphony at the Movies (Theme for movie, Platoon). Maestro Neumann coaches the audience on applause and dramatic pause. Performed at Three Stages, Folsom, CA.

  • Adagio for Strings

    9:05

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    Performed by the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra
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  • Agnus Dei - Samuel Barber

    8:43

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    Agnus Dei - Samuel Barber · Dale Warland Singers

    Cathedral Classics

    ℗ 1994 American Choral Catalog, Ltd

    Released on: 1994-01-01

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  • Barber - AGNUS DEI

    8:18

    Agnus Dei (arr. Adagio for Strings)
    Samuel Barber (1910-1981)
    ROTTERDAM SYMPHONY CHORUS
    Wiecher Mandemaker - conductor

    Live performance during Bosch Requiem 2015 in Sint-Janskathedraal, 's-Hertogenbosch, The Netherlands, 6 November 2015.

    The concert was part of a tour with the BBC Symphony Orchestra.
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    Rotterdam Symphony Chorus, Laurens Collegium Rotterdam and the Laurenscantorij are part of the Laurenscantorij Foundation.

    The Rotterdam Symphony Chorus and the Laurens Collegium Rotterdam & are the Netherlands’ youngest professional choirs and are characterized by their versatile and enthusiastic high quality performances.

    The Laurenscantorij is a young, semi professional choir, chathedral choir of the Laurenskerk, Rotterdam, The Netherlands. Founded in 1966, it has established a tradition for the performance of Bach works and many other compositions from the 16th to the 21st century.

    Art director and conductor: Wiecher Mandemaker

    All choirs collaborate with leading orchestras and conductors from home and abroad.
    They did several CD, radio and television recordings.

  • Barber: Adagio for Strings, Original Version, Dover Quartet

    8:03

    The Dover Quartet plays the masterpiece by Samuel Barber in its original form, from the composer's String Quartet Op. 11. The piece is primarily known in its version for string orchestra, which is also incredibly powerful- the quartet version, however, lends a sense of intimacy and vulnerability to the work that is truly unique.

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  • Barber - Excursions, Op. 20 Audio + Score

    13:48

    Samuel Barber [1910 - 1981] - Excursions, Op. 20 [1944]

    I. Un poco allegro [0:03]
    II. In slow blues tempo [3:18]
    III. Allegretto [7:47]
    IV. Allegro molto [11:14]

    Excursions, Op. 20, is the first published solo piano piece by Samuel Barber. Barber himself explains:

    These are ‘Excursions’ in small classical forms into regional American idioms. Their rhythmic characteristics, as well as their source in folk material and their scoring, reminiscent of local instruments are easily recognized.

    This is typical of neo-Romantic composers such as Barber. As Susan Carter explains in her dissertation, The Piano Music of Samuel Barber, that 'neo-Romantic composers returned to a style characterized by broad lyricism and dramatic expression.' She also states that the traditional structures of form from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries were conserved while drawing upon a 'contemporary technical vocabulary.' From a boogie-woogie style of a five-part rondo to a theme and variations of a well known cowboy ballad, and even to a barn-yard dance with a fiddler, Barber uses each style effectively and accurately, according to the neo-Romantic ideas.

    Before composing his Piano Sonata, Samuel Barber was asked by Jeanne Behrend, a personal friend of his and an accomplished pianist, to write a longer, more involved piece for piano that “would be appropriate to perform on one of her programs of American music.”[3] Barber obliged, and in June 1942 the first movement of Excursions was completed. As it turns out, this piano solo set is the “sole experiment in a nationalistic vein” in Barber’s career of composing. Even Behrend herself claimed that these pieces were 'excursions into a style not typical of Barber'

    In July 1944, Vladimir Horowitz had been interested in performing works by an American composer. He was very impressed with Barber and his composing that he specifically requested to debut Excursions. At that point, movement III had not been written yet, it was the last to be written, and so Horowitz only received movements I, II and IV. He debuted these three pieces on January 4, 1945, at the Philadelphia Academy of Music. It was received well and in March of that year, Horowitz performed the three Excursions in New York at Carnegie Hall. In January 1946 they were performed at Carnegie Hall by Rudolf Firkusny, who also included them at his recitals in Czechoslovakia that year (including the first Prague Spring Festival 1946) and continued performing them over the following concert season. The official debut of all four movements of Excursions was left to Behrend who performed them in December 1948, four years after the completion of the set.
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    John Browning, piano

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  • Samuel Barber - Adagio for Strings

    6:25

  • Samuel Barber - Adagio for strings. The World Orchestra conducted by Josep Vicent

    10:37

    Samuel Barber - Adagio for strings. The World Orchestra conducted by Josep Vicent. Performed in the Durban City Hall South Africa.
    Music For Peace, By East West Music - this video is in live stream quality

  • Samuel Barber Piano concerto Op.38, John Browning, Complete

    25:51

    Samuel Barber Piano concerto Op.38, Complete

    1. Allegro appassionato
    2. Canzone: moderato
    3. Allegro molto

    John Browning Piano
    Cleveland Orchestra
    George Szell Conductor

  • 30min Loop of Barber - Adagio for Strings

    30:02

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  • Samuel Barber-Violin Concerto Op. 14

    22:47

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  • Gil Shaham | Barber: Violin Concerto

    23:12

    Samuel Barber - Violin Concerto, Op.14

    1. Allegro 00:00
    2. Andante 10:26
    3. Presto in moto perpetuo 19:12

    Gil Shaham, violin
    David Robertson, conductor
    BBC Symphony Orchestra

    filmed at the BBC Proms in the Royal Albert Hall in London, England.

  • Samuel Barber - Adagio for Strings Op. 11 Theme from Platoon by Oliver Stone

    9:09

    3rd Polish Nationwide Music Schools' Symphonic Orchestras Competition
    Andrzej Kucybała - conductor,
    Stanisław Moniuszko School of Music Symphony Orchestra in Bielsko Biała, Poland
    recorded at Stanisław Moniuszko School of Music Concert Hall, June 01, 2015

  • Anthony ODaly by Samuel Barber

    3:26

    Seraphic Fire performs “Anthony O’Daly” from “Reincarnations” by Samuel Barber
    Patrick Dupré Quigley, conductor

    April 20, 2016
    Trinity Wall Street, New York, NY

    Seraphic Fire's Northeast performances are generously underwritten by an Anonymous Donor; Alicia Celorio, Do Unto Others Trust, Inc.; The Clinton Family Fund, Bruce and Martha Clinton; and the Meredyth Anne Dasburg Foundation.

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  • Samuel Barber - Cello Concerto score+audio

    29:20

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    Composer: Samuel Barber (1910-1981)
    Cellist: Wendy Warner
    Orchestra: Royal Scottish National Orchestra - Marin Alsop

    00:00 I. Allegro moderato (07:52 cadenza)
    12:50 II. Andante sostenuto
    20:09 III. Molto allegro e appassionato

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    Wikipedia: Samuel Barber's Concerto for Violoncello and Orchestra in A minor,[citation needed] Op. 22, completed on 27 November 1945 (Heyman 1992, 252), was the second of his three concertos (the first being his Violin Concerto and the third his Piano Concerto). Barber was commissioned to write his cello concerto for Raya Garbousova, an expatriate Russian cellist, by Serge Koussevitzky on behalf of Garbusova and the Boston Symphony Orchestra. Funds for the commission were supplied, however, by John Nicholas Brown, an amateur cellist and a trustee of the Boston Symphony Orchestra (Heyman 1992, 248). The score is dedicated to John and Anne Brown (Barber 1952, 1). Barber was still on active duty with the U. S. Army at the time he received the commission, and before beginning work asked Garbousova to play through her repertoire for him so that he could understand her particular performing style and the resources of the instrument (Heyman 1992, 249). Garbousova premiered it with the Boston Symphony Orchestra in Symphony Hall, Boston, on 5 April 1946, followed by New York performances at the Brooklyn Academy of Music on 12 and 13 April (Heyman 1992, 252). The concerto won Barber the New York Music Critics' Circle Award in 1947 (Heyman 1992, 257).

    The work has remained obscure and performances are scarce, largely because of its extreme technical demands, but also because the heavy editing of the solo part by Garbousova hinders individual interpretation (Davies 1999, 34).

  • Samuel Barber - Piano Sonata With score

    18:54

    -Composer: Samuel Osborne Barber II (March 9, 1910 – January 23, 1981)
    -Performer: John Browning

    Sonata for piano in E-flat minor, Op. 26, written in 1949

    00:07 - I. Allegro energico
    06:56 - II. Allegro vivace e leggero
    08:56 - III. Adagio mesto
    14:21 - IV. Fuga. Allegro con spirito

    Samuel Barber's Piano Sonata (1947-1949) was hailed upon its premiere as a masterpiece of American musical literature and the newest landmark work for the piano. The instant importance of the work was highlighted by its having been first performed by the internationally known pianist Vladimir Horowitz; Barber's sonata was the first large-scale American piano work to be premiered by such a prestigious figure. Horowitz himself pronounced the sonata the first truly great native work in the form.

    The piece was commissioned in the fall of 1947 by Irving Berlin and Richard Rodgers to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the League of Composers. Barber set to work almost immediately and finished the first movement quickly, despite multiple projects that occupied his energies. Soon these other engagements drew Barber away from the sonata, and work stalled. The second movement was not completed until eight months later, with the third finished soon after. Barber originally had a three-movement sonata in mind, but Horowitz convinced him that the piece needed a very flashy last movement. This last movement caused Barber much frustration. After months with no progress, Horowitz telephoned Barber and, hoping to inspire him, called him a constipated composer. Barber became angry and wrote the entire fourth movement the next day. This was in June 1949, nearly two years after the work was commissioned.

    This piece was composed in the middle of Barber's long career, during which much of his music fused his lyrical, elongated melodic style with new compositional devices. The sonata has levels of chromaticism and dissonance not approached in earlier works. There is even some use of 12-tone techniques in the first three movements, significant because of prior criticism that Barber's music represented a throwback to the Romantic period.

    Barber chose to set all movements in conventional forms; the first is cast in sonata form. This movement is fast-moving and energetic. A noticeable aspect is the contrast heard between sections with fragmented, dotted rhythms and sections characterized by sweeping, lyrical melodies and smooth accompaniment. The second movement is a nimble and delicate scherzo, set in rondo form. The third movement, languorous and expressive, is the most demonstrative of Barber's encounter with the innovations of the early twentieth century. Chromaticism and melodies using all 12 tones are abundant. A four-voice fugue, formally similar to those of Bach (much loved by Barber) serves as the finale. Though conventional in structure, this movement also contains complicated syncopated rhythms and jazz harmonies.
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  • Samuel Barber: Symphony No. 2 Flight Symphony

    29:03

    Detroit Symphony conducted by/Sinfónica de Detrioit dirigida por Neeme Järvi.

    I. Allegro ma non troppo (0:00)
    II. Andante, un poco mosso (12:18)
    III. Presto, Senza battuto – Allegro risoluto (20:05)

    Samuel Barber wrote his Symphony No. 2 during four months across 1942 and 1943 and dedicated it to the American Air Force. However, he withdrew the score and destroyed almost all its traces during the 1960’s. Nonetheless, some of it was rescued and restored as it presently exists.

    Samuel Barber compuso su Sinfonía No. 2 durante 4 meses entre 1942 y 1943 y la dedicó a la Fuerza Aérea Estadounidense. No obstante, retiró la partitura de circulación y destruyó casi todas las copias en los años 60. Sin embargo, algunas partes fueron rescatadas y restauradas a como existe hoy.

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  • Samuel Barber - String Quartet in B minor, Op. 11 w/ score

    19:37

    performed by Quatuor Diotima -

    00:00 - I Molto allegro e appassionato
    08:33 - II Molto adagio [attacca]
    17:08 - III Molto allegro (come prima)

    The String Quartet in B minor, Op. 11 was written in 1935–36 by Samuel Barber. Barber arranged the middle movement for string orchestra as his well-known Adagio for Strings in 1936. Barber continued to revise the piece, particularly the finale, until 1943.

    Begun while living in Austria with his partner Gian Carlo Menotti after Barber's Prix de Rome, Barber intended that the quartet be premiered by the Curtis String Quartet, but did not finish the piece in time for their concert tour. On September 19, 1936, Barber wrote their cellist Orlando Cole: I have just finished the slow movement of my quartet today—it is a knockout! Now for a Finale. Having completed a finale, the string quartet was premiered in its provisional form by the Pro Arte Quartet on December 14, 1936, at the Villa Aurelia in Rome. Afterward Barber withdrew the finale so as to rewrite it, which he did by April 1937. He rewrote it again before it was published. The final form was premiered by the Budapest Quartet on May 28, 1943, at the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C.

    The opening movement is in sonata form, the second movement a famous adagio, and the final version of the finale, added to the second movement attacca, is shortened, lasting two-minutes, and revisits themes from the opening movement, thereby creating a cyclic form for the quartet. The opening movement has three theme areas, the first a dramatic motif stated in unison by all four instruments, the second slinky chorale like music, and the third a yearning lyrical melody. The quartet as a whole is in the key of B minor, however the central movement is in B♭ minor. The materials of the second movement consist of a very slow and extended melody built from stepwise intervals, slightly varied in its numerous repetitions, uncoiling over (or in the midst of) sustained chords that change with note-by-note reluctance, all of it building into a powerful climax at the high end of the instruments' range and then quickly receding to the contemplative quietude that ultimately defines this musical expanse.

    Barber accepted a commission for a second string quartet in 1947, but never got past a few pages of sketches.

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  • Horowitz plays Barber Excursions

    8:39

    Barber: Excursions Op.20 Nos.1-2-4

    Vladimir Horowitz, live at Carnegie Hall, March 28th 1945.

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  • Samuel Barber - Sure On This Shining Night arr. for Choir & Piano

    2:36

    Samuel Osborne Barber II (March 9, 1910 – January 23, 1981) was an American composer of orchestral, opera, choral, and piano music. He is one of the most celebrated composers of the 20th century: music critic Donal Henahan stated that Probably no other American composer has ever enjoyed such early, such persistent and such long-lasting acclaim.

    Sure on this Shining Night arr. for chorus
    Librettist: James Agee

    The Joyful Company of Singers conducted by Peter Broadbent
    Anthony Saunders, piano

  • Samuel Barber, arr. Mark Buller: Toccata Festiva

    15:26

    ROCO's final performance of Season 15's In Concert series on May 4, “The Wrestler,” featured GRAMMY-winning organist Paul Jacobs with the full chamber orchestra, in a new rescoring of Samuel Barber's Toccata Festiva, by Houston-based composer Mark Buller.

    Recorded live May 4, 2019 at The Church of St. John the Divine, Houston, TX.

    Video by Blueprint Film Co.

  • Barber: Agnus Dei

    7:42

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    Barber: Agnus Dei · Voces8

    Enchanted Isle

    ℗ 2019 Decca Music Group Limited

    Released on: 2019-01-18

    Associated Performer, Soprano: Andrea Halsey
    Associated Performer, Soprano: Eleonore Cockerham
    Associated Performer, Alto: Katie Jeffries-Harris
    Associated Performer, Counter- Tenor: Barnaby Smith
    Associated Performer, Tenor: Samuel Dressel
    Associated Performer, Tenor: Blake Morgan
    Associated Performer, Baritone: Christopher Moore
    Associated Performer, Bass: Jonathan Pacey
    Producer: Adrian Peacock
    Studio Personnel, Balance Engineer: David Hinitt
    Composer: Samuel Barber
    Author: Traditional

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  • Samuel Barber, Medeas Meditation and Dance of Vengeance, Op. 23a

    12:48

    Samuel Barber
    Royal Scottish National Orchestra, Marin Alsop, Alsop, Marin
    Medea's Meditation and Dance of Vengeance, Op. 23a
    Barber: Piano Concerto / Die Natali / Medea's Meditation
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  • Samuel Barber; Dover Beach for Voice & String Quartet; Samuel Barber

    7:54

    Samuel Barber--baritone
    Curtis String Quartet
    1935

  • Samuel Barber - Sonata for piano in E-flat minor, Op. 26 - Roman Martynov

    17:51

    Samuel Barber - Sonata for piano in E-flat minor, Op. 26

    1. Allegro energico 00:00
    2. Allegro vivace e leggero 07:10
    3. Adagio mesto 09:07
    4. Fuga: Allegro con spirito 13:16

    Performed by Roman Martynov

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  • Amstel Quartet - Samuel Barber/ Adagio for strings

    7:07

    Remko Jak - sopraansax, Olivier Sliepen, altsax, Bas Apswoude - tenorsax, Ties Mellema - baritonsax

    Amstel Quartet performs Adagio for strings composed by Samuel Barber and arranged by Johan van der Linden

    This video was recorded in Bimhuis Amsterdam for VPRO Vrije Geluiden

  • Barber, Samuel violinc. mvt2 Andante

    9:06

    Samuel Barber (1910-1981)
    Violinconcerto op.14
    Movement 2 : Andante

    Barber, Samuel (1910-1981) mvt1 mvt2 mvt3

  • Samuel Barber - Sure On This Shining Night

    2:14

    Samuel Barber - Sure On This Shining Night (Accompaniment) Op.13, No. 3 in E Minor

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  • Sure on this Shining Night de Samuel Barber - Ténor

    2:10

    Pièce écrite pour Sara en 1938 par Samuel Barber (1910-1981)
    Paroles de James Agee
    Op.13 n°3
    Réalisation : Willy Bracoud

    Publication à usage pédagogique - Maîtrise de Seine Maritime - Yvetot

  • Dover Beach by Samuel Barber

    8:48

    Jillian Newton, mezzo-soprano, performing Dover Beach by Samuel Barber with the Shmer Quartet out of Western Michigan University: Erin (violin I), Phil (violin II), Mark (viola), and Willis (cello). This was done at her Senior Honors Thesis Recital (a duet recital with Maggie Dewar) at Western Michigan University.

  • Cheryl Studer; Of That So Sweet Imprisonment; Samuel Barber

    2:14

    Cheryl Studer--Soprano
    John Browning--Piano
    1991/1992

  • Nocturne - Four Songs IV - Samuel Barber - Lisette Oropesa

    3:28

    Nocturne - Four Songs IV
    Samuel Barber

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    Performed by Lisette Oropesa, Soprano and Vlad Iftinca, Piano
    March 11th 2017
    Vocal Arts DC
    Theatre of the Arts at the University of DC

    Recorded by Arts Laureate
    Dress provided by Austin Scarlett


    TEXT:
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    Four Songs, Op. 13: IV. Nocturne
    Text by Frederic Prokosch


    Nocturne
    Close my darling both your eyes,
    Let your arms lie still at last.
    Calm the lake of falsehood lies
    And the wind of lust has passed,
    Waves across these hopeless sands
    Fill my heart and end my day,
    Underneath your moving hands
    All my aching flows away.

    Even the human pyramids
    Blaze with such a longing now:
    Close, my love, your trembling lids,
    Let the midnight heal your brow,
    Northward flames Orion's horn,
    Westward th' Egyptian light.
    None to watch us, none to warn
    But the blind eternal night.
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  • Sarah Hawkey sings The Crucifixion from Hermit Songs by Samuel Barber

    2:09

    Sarah Hawkey sings The Crucifixion from Hermit Songs by Samuel Barber with collaborative pianist Martin Néron.
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  • Samuel Barber. Symphony No. 1. IV. Con moto SLSO L.Slatkin

    5:04

    Forth movemet, Con moto (Passacaglia) from Symphony No. 1 by the american composer Samuel Barber (West Chester, Pa. 1910 - 1981) performed by the Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra conducted by Leonard Slatkin.

  • Return of Jesus Christ / Samuel Barber / Adagio for strings / Vocal version

    8:06

    A Visualisation of Samuel Barber´s Choral Arrangement of his Famous ADAGIO FOR STRINGS.

  • SAMUEL BARBER - ADAGIO FOR STRINGS

    8:44

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  • The Singers - Agnus Dei - Samuel Barber

    8:27

    The Singers, Matthew Culloton, conductor perform Agnus Dei by Samuel Barber. The Choral Version of his Adagio for Strings used in the soundtrack for the movie, Platoon. Recording Engineer, David Trembley, Soundmasters Productions.

  • Gen Hirano performing Samuel Barbers Adagio for Strings

    6:32

    GEN HIRANO plays SAMUEL BARBER:Adagio for Strings (Transcription for Solo Piano by GEN HIRANO).

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  • Barber: Toccata Festiva ∙ hr-Sinfonieorchester ∙ Iveta Apkalna ∙ Andrés Orozco-Estrada

    18:58

    Samuel Barber:
    Toccata Festiva op. 36 ∙

    hr-Sinfonieorchester – Frankfurt Radio Symphony ∙
    Iveta Apkalna, Orgel ∙
    Andrés Orozco-Estrada, Dirigent ∙

    hr-Sinfoniekonzert ∙
    Alte Oper Frankfurt, 13. September 2019 ∙

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  • Samuel Barber - Agnus Dei

    7:34

    Samuel Barber - Agnus Dei (Adagio for Strings).
    Magnique musique classique avec choeurs sublimes... La voix des anges! ─ Beautiful classical music with sublime vocals... The voice of angels!

    Agnus Dei, Op. 11 de Johannes Hiemetsberger & Chorus Sine Nomine

  • Pianíssimo | Adagio para Cordas - Samuel Barber | Série de Concertos Orquestra Pianíssimo

    8:45

    Série de Concertos Orquestra Pianíssimo
    Adágio para Cordas - Samuel Barber
    Maestro César Timóteo
    Fundação de Educação Artística
    Gravado ao vivo em 02/11/2013
    Vídeo: Paulo Boy (Cinecitá)

  • Samuel Barber ADAGIO for STRINGS Agnus Dei Willem van Twilllert Hinsz-organ Bolsward NL

    9:41

    Samuel Barber ADAGIO for STRINGS opus 11 [Agnus Dei] Willem van Twilllert Hinsz/Van Dam-organ Martini church Bolsward [NL]



    Video editing: René Kouwen
    Camera: Wim Stroman.
    Stop assistants: René Kouwen, Antoinette Mooij
    Production: Stichting Promotie Orgel Projekten / Foundation Organ Projects Amersfoort - Holland
    Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for fair use for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted.
    See also: www. willemvantwiller.nl
    Audio: P&B SOUNDS HARDERWIJK (NL)
    Production: Foundation Organ Projects Holland

    WILLEM VAN TWILLERT (1952) studied organ at the Sweelinck Conservatory in Amsterdam with Piet Kee as his Organ professor, with whom he also studied improvisation and composition. In 1975 he began 3 years of orchestral conducting studies with Anton Kersjes. In 1976 he obtained the diploma for Church Music and in 1978 the diploma of Performing Musician cum laude, with a teaching-endorsement for improvisation. A scholarship afforded him the opportunity to specialise in old music between 1978 and 1981, including studies with Gustav Leonhardt.
    In 1976, van Twillert was the first Dutch organist to reach the final of the Grand Prix de Chartres in France.

    As an organist he has become a well-known performing musician both at home and abroad, thanks mainly to his concerts in the Netherlands, as well as in the U.S.A., Italy (including, in 1996, a concert for the Academia di Musica Italiana per Organo in Pistoia), Germany and England. In 1991 van Twillert was invited by the American Guild of Organists to act as a jury member for the regional competition for young professional organists in Ohio, where he also gave a lecture about the history of Dutch psalm singing at the Calvin College in Sioux-center.

    WILLEM VAN TWILLERThas composed many Psalm and Chorale arrangements, the earliest of which were influenced by his studies of 18th century German organ literature. These have been printed in the Netherlands, and have also been issued on CD. Since 2006 he has also composed for orchestra, and for various ensembles including choir, while studying composition with Henk Alkema.

    As a composer he won the second prize and the audience prize at the Hinsz Composition Com-petiton 2005 at the Bovenkerk in Kampen, with his Toccata a la Chaconne for Organ. In October 2006, van Twillert performed the British premiere of the work, at the Annual Festival of New Organ Music in London. The performance is available for download at
    In january 2007 Van Twillert obtained the Prize of Honour in the Polish composer competion at Mikolów 2007 with his Sequence for Choir and Organ. See:
    In Germany his Toccata ‚Thine be the Glory in Romantic Style, is published by. Butz-music publishers. Email@butz-verlag.de
    In 2008 he received for his organ composition Par le Temps the PRIX GASTON LITAIZE during the festival du Comminges in France.

    Van Twillert is also known internationally for his recordings of little-known organ literature through his series of CDs, MUSICQ VOOR HET ORGEL. Willem van Twillert has edited music for various Dutch music publishers. For information about his latest series, LITERATA, begun in 2006, please email info@muziekhandel-boeijenga.nl As an editor, his most extensive project to date has been the series of 15 volumes entitled ORGANIST COMPOSERS of the 18th and 19th CENTURIES. For information regarding this series, please email info@emcmusic.nl . In Germany his Toccata ‚Thine be the Glory' in Romantic Style, is published by Dr. J. Butz, music publishers, Sankt Augustin. Email@butz-verlag.de

    Willem van Twillert taught organ at the municipal academy of music in Zwolle between 1980 and 1988. As a church organist he has, since his appointment following a competition in 1979, accompanied the services of three co-operating churches in Amersfoort. The organ lovers of the Netherlands also know him as one of the editors of the monthly magazine de Orgelvriend (the Organ Friend), a function he fulfilled between 1985 and 2006. From 1976 until 2003 van Twillert was the owner and director of a private music school in Bunschoten.
    Willem van Twillert's performances have been featured in several Dutch radio series.
    See for more addresses and details:

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    Samuel Barber

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    Theatre of the Arts at the University of DC

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    Four Songs, Op. 13: III. Sure on this Shining Night
    Text by James Agee


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