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Playlist of Stefan Weber (musician)

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  • ADRIAN WEISS - THREE WISHES Official Playthrough Video HD

    6:58

    Instrumental melodic rock ballad playthrough by Adrian Weiss - inspired by Andy Timmons, Neal Schon, Joe Satriani and many others.
    The song features guest performances by Stefan Weber (Axxis, Rage, Rebattered) and Jimmy Pitts (Eternity´s End, Christian Münzner).

    Applied techniques include long melody lines, legato shred, tapping, long bendings, string and left hand vibrato, moderate speed alternate picking and others.

    The featured song is from Adrian Weiss´s album `Criminal Record` available through







    Song credits:
    Lars Zehner - drums
    Marcel Willnat - bass
    Adrian Weiss - guitar
    Stefan Weber - guitar solo (end section)
    Jimmy Pitts - keyboard solo

    Adrian Weiss plays TS Customs guitars and ENGL-Amps.





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  • Let it Be The Beatles - Steffan Hughes | Mared Williams

    4:01

    ???? Mared Williams and Steffan Hughes sing 'Let it Be' by Lennon-McCartney from the Beatles' concert revue LET IT BE, in aid of Black Lives Matter:



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  • Seasons of Love Rent - Welsh of the West End

    3:01

    Welsh musical theatre voices perform 'Seasons of Love' from the musical 'Rent' by Jonathan Larson.

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    With thanks to Iori Haugen and Josh Moon.

  • Sir Simon Rattle and 66 Berlin Horn Players on Sarah´s Music

    1:01

    Sir Simon Rattle conducts a Berlin Horn Flashmob organised by Sarah Willis for the Berlin Philharmonic´s Open Day. They play The Hunting Chorus from Weber´s Opera Der Ferischütz, arr. here by Joshua Davis. Watch the whole episode of Sarah´s Music featuring the Be Phil Orchestra here:

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  • Memory - Covered by Jakub Hübner

    3:59

    Well-known ballad song ''Memory'' is the theme from the Musical ''Cats''. This Cover Version is performed by Czech singer Jakub Hübner.

    Music: Andrew Lloyd Webber
    Lyrics: Trevor Nunn
    Music background: The Royal Philharmonic Pops Orchestra (Conducted by Paul Bateman) - ''The Andrew Lloyd Webber Karaoke Collection''
    Recording & mix: Jakub Hübner (JH Sound Studio - 1st May 2018)

    The ''Cats'' logo is a property of Really Useful Group.
    This recording was not recorded for commercial use. Performer does not own any rights of used music and lyrics.


    JH Sound Studio 2018

  • Live Music : Boogie Woogie : 2011 Pinetops Awards - Stefan Ulbricht and Moritz Schlömer

    3:15

    Video/Movie Clip recorded at the 2nd Pinetop German Boogie Woogie Awards Ceremony, held in the city of Bremen, Northern Germany in October 2011.

    Whilst primarily an Awards Ceremony, there is also plenty of live music to listen to. Here Stefan Ulbricht on the Piano teams up with his good friend Moritz Schlömer on the drums for some lively Boogie Woogie.

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  • Rare Footage! 14-year-old Radek Baborák plays Weber Concertino for Horn,op 45 Part 2 of 2

    8:34


    Horn Virtuoso Radek Baborák plays Carl Maria von Weber - Konzertstück (Concertino) for Horn in E minor J188 (op.45) on a Laureates Concert of the Concertino Praga competition 1990... Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra,cond. P.Vronsky.

  • Radek Baborák live on the Horn Hangouts

    43:09

    One of the greatest horn players of all time, Radek Baborák, talks to Sarah Willis live on the Horn Hangouts about the Czech horn playing tradition, his career as a horn player and conductor, raising money for Czech freelance musicians and about how it was playing in a mask. A Horn Hangout not to be missed, děkuju Radek!
    May 5th, 2020
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  • Rare Footage! 14-year-old Radek Baborák plays Weber...Concertino for Horn,op 45 Part 1 of 2

    5:59

    Horn Virtuoso Radek Baborák plays Carl Maria von Weber - Konzertstück (Concertino) for Horn in E minor J188 (op.45) on a Laureates Concert of the Concertino Praga competition 1990... Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra,cond. P.Vronsky.

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  • HAUSER - Live in Zagreb FULL Classical Concert

    1:31:25




    HAUSER performing his favorite classical music pieces with the Zagreb Philharmonic Orchestra at his classical solo concert at the Lisinski Concert Hall in Zagreb, October 2017.

    Elisabeth Fuchs, conductor

    Special guests:

    Choir Zvjezdice
    Lana Trotovsek, violin
    Petrit Çeku, guitar

    00:34 Benedictus (K. Jenkins)
    09:05 Pie Jesu (A. L. Webber) feat. Josephine Ida Zec, child soprano
    13:00 Ave Maria (F. Schubert)
    17:50 Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring (J. S. Bach)
    21:08 Prelude from Cello Suite no.1 (J. S. Bach)
    23:40 Panis Angelicus (C. Franck)
    28:08 Erbarme Dich, Mein Gott from St. Matthew Passion (J. S. Bach)
    36:20 Passacaglia (Handel - Halvorsen)
    44:37 Adagio (Albinoni)
    51:47 Salut d'Amour (E. Elgar)
    54:40 Song from a Secret Garden (Secret Garden)
    58:28 Mia & Sebastian’s Theme from La La Land (J. Hurwitz)
    1:02:47 Adagio from Concierto de Aranjuez (J. Rodrigo)
    1:09:13 Aria (Cantilena) from Bachianas Brasileiras (H.Villa - Lobos)
    1:14:56 Tango en Skai (R. Dyens)
    1:18:27 Hungarian Rhapsody op. 68 (D. Popper)
    1:27:52 The Swan (C. Saint-Saëns)

    Filmed and edited by MedVid production
    Sound and mixing by Morris Studio

    2CELLOS

  • Sufjan Stevens // Mystery of Love // 90th Academy Awards

    2:21

    Sufjan Stevens is accompanied by St. Vincent, Moses Sumney, Chris Thile, Casey Foubert, and James McAlister to perform the Oscar nominated original song Mystery of Love from the film Call Me By Your Name at the 90th annual Academy Awards. Performed live at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles, CA on 03.04.18. Introduced by Daniela Vega.

  • Stefan Jackiw, violin and Yoonah Kim, clarinet perform music by Clara and Robert Schumann

    6:08

    Stefan Jackiw, violin and Yoonah Kim, clarinet perform music by Clara and Robert Schumann at WQXR's Valentine's Day Classical Beer Jam.

    Clara Schumann Op. 22 No. 1 in D-flat Major arranged for clarinet and piano by Yoonah Kim.

    Robert Schumann Op. 85 No. 12 in D-flat Major for violin and piano

    Greg Kellor, piano

  • ASPHYX@Death the Brutal Way-Stefan Hüskens-Metalmania 2018

    4:14

    Asphyx-Live in Metalmania 2018-Poland-Katowice-Spodek 07.04.2018

    BAND: Asphyx
    DRUMMER: Stefan Hüskens
    TRACK: Death the Brutal Way

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  • Radek Baborák and Sarah Willis at the Pacific Music Festival 2019

    19:19

    Radek Baborák and Sarah Willis play the Haydn (Rosetti) concerto for two horns with the PMF Festival Orchestra at the Opening Concert of the Pacific Music Festival 2019 at the Art Park in Sapporo, Japan. Thanks to PMF for this video.
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  • Sharon Kam: Mozart - Concerto in A major for Clarinet & Orchestra K.622 | Mozart from Prague

    28:35

    From the Estates Theatre, Prague, 2006
    Gala Concert for the 250th anniversary of W.A. Mozart's birth

    Sharon Kam - clarinet
    Czech Philharmonic Orchestra
    Manfred Honeck - conductor

    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Concerto in A major for Clarinet and Orchestra K.622
    0:28 I. Allegro
    12:33 II. Adagio
    19:35 III. Rondo. Allegro

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    The highlight of the Mozart Year 2006 in Prague takes place at the Estates Theatre. The Czech Philharmonic Orchestra under the baton of Manfred Honeck performs the most famous compositions by W.A. Mozart related to Prague: Overture to “Don Giovanni”, “Prague Symphony” and the Clarinet Concerto with the excellent Sharon Kam on the clarinet.

    The Estates Theatre is one of the most beautiful historical theatres in Europe. Part of its charm, magic and value lies in its historical significance, from the musical career of Mozart to modern times. In 1787 Mozart conducted here the premiere of Don Giovanni.

  • Somi Holy Room

    7:28

    #somi #petiteafrique #holyroom
    Frankfurt Radio Big Band meeting one of the most interesting voices of the US: Somi. Like it? Then please subscribe to our channel. Thanks!

    This is one of the new mixes of the music from our concert with Somi that took place in one of the best concert halls around: the Alte Oper Frankfurt. We are happy to present it and to tell you that it's part of the new album from Somi: Holy Room that will be coming soon!

    Petite Afrique - hr-Bigband meets Somi
    Titel: HOLY ROOM
    compositon: Somi, Kwame Nkurumah, Keith Witty
    soloist: Hervé Samb, git

    conductor & arrangements: John Beasley
    vocals: Somi
    guitar: Hervé Samb
    piano: Toru Dodo

    hr-Bigband:
    trumpets: Frank Wellert, Thomas Vogel, Martin Auer, Axel Schlösser
    saxophones: Heinz-Dieter Sauerborn, Oliver Leicht, Steffen Weber, Stefan Karl Schmid, Rainer Heute
    trombones: Günter Bollmann, Peter Dahlgren, Christian Jaksjö, Robert Hedemann
    bass: Hans Glawischnig
    drums: Jean-Paul Höchstädter

    Credits:
    Olaf Stötzler, manager Frankfurt Radio Bigband
    Lucia Rosu, executive producer
    Udo Wüstendörfer, sound-engineer
    Rainer Schwarz, sound-engineer

    cameras: Julien Wintermeier, Julia Gnann, Manuel Pater, Toni Müller
    recording manager: Sabine Wiesner
    techn. production: Eric Kirchheim
    project coordinator: Matthias Hohn
    executive producer video: Nikolas Pieper
    production manager: Hartmuth Niemczik
    producer: Manuel Meyer

    A production of Hessischer Rundfunk 2019

  • HAUSER - Pie Jesu

    3:48




    Hauser performing Pie Jesu by Andrew Lloyd Webber with Zagreb Philharmonic Orchestra and Choir Zvjezdice at his classical solo concert at the Lisinski Concert Hall in Zagreb, October 2017.

    Josephine Ida Zec, child soprano

    Elisabeth Fuchs, conductor

    Filmed and edited by MedVid production
    Sound and mixing by Morris Studio

    2CELLOS

  • Bruch: Violin Concerto No. 1| Timothy Chooi | Orchestre Philharmonique Royal de Liège

    25:54

    Bruch: Violin Concerto No. 1
    1. Vorspiel: Allegro moderato
    2. Adagio
    3. Finale: Allegro energico


    Timothy Chooi, violin
    Pablo González, conductor
    Orchestre Philharmonique Royal de Liège

    Palais de beaux-arts/BOZAR, Brussels, Belgium

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  • Ke$ha - Stephen

    3:31

    Ke$ha's official music video for 'Stephen'. Click to listen to Ke$ha on Spotify:

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    Lyrics:

    Stephen
    Stephen
    Why won't you call me?
    Stephen, why won't you call me?

    I saw you
    In your tight-ass rocker pants
    You saw me too
    I laughed, cause I was completely trashed
    And I watched your ugly girlfriend
    Sneer across the room
    As if I really care
    That she's here with you
    All I know is

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  • Berlin Philharmonic Horns: This week in the Philharmonie ... Rameau

    2:06

    Rameau´s Les Boreades is on the programme for the Berlin Philharmonic´s 2012 New Year´s Eve Concert.
    Almost 20 years ago this piece had been also on the programme in the first concert Stefan Dohr and Sarah Willis played together...it was in November 1993 and under the same conductor as today!

    The concert was recorded live at the Philharmonie, the DVD is available via

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  • Austin Egen - Blutrote Rosen Blood Red Roses

    2:21

    Performed by: Austin Egen

    Full Song Title: Blutrote Rosen

    Recorded in: 1929

    Ladies and Gentlemen, here is another big hit for you. This time a popular Jazz artist from Austria!

    Rough German/English translation

    Augustus Guido Maria Meyer-self but better known under his stage name Austin Egen was an popular Austrian pianist , singer and composer in the 1920s.

    Augustus Meyer-Eigen was born 1897 in Graz, Austria the son of actor August Meyer-Eigen and the Graz opera singer Maria Rocalle. He received his first music lessons from his mother.

    In March 1923 he recorded his first record Shimmy Shanghai Bay with his Dajos Bela Orchestra in Berlin. In the same year he moved with his Mother from Austria to Berlin. He was struggling as musician for awhile and therefor had to earn his living by playing the piano or performing in cabarets and pubs, one of the most famous at the time was Mutter Krause in Halensee, Berlin. 1924 Egen met the music publisher Curt Max Roehr and published through Roehr's record label ACME his Ragtime Monday Morning Blues song. 1925 he played the piano in an amateur jazz band, a year later he married Florence Herzog, which is a niece Roehr's and became a partner of the ACME AG record label.

    At the same time, he also worked as a pianist and recorded with Eric Borchard's jazz band. He wrote the interlude music for a Berliner version of the musical No, No, Nanette. In 1926 he wrote the interlude music for the silent film The Queen of the World original title: Die Königin des Weltbades:, directed by Victor Janson.

    In 1927 made ​​numerous recordings as a singer at the Gramophone Company and the Electrola record labels, especially with the German versions of American jazz tracks and his own compositions. He worked with the orchestras of Marek Weber, Stefan Weintraub, Arthur Young, Jack Hylton, Emil Roósz und Oskar Joost, composers such as Hermann Leopoldi, Walter Jurmann, Jim Cowler and Franz Grothe and the song writer Fritz Rotter.

    During the banking crisis of 1931, the record company of his father-in-law had to declare bankruptcy, Austin Egen lost all of his shares. The copyrights of his music and recordings were acquired by the Bosworth Music Publishers, who still hold them to this day. In October of 1932, Egen and his family moved back to Austria and lived most of the time in Frohnleiten. In Vienna, he appeared on the radio and recorded with the Heinz Sandauer orchestra on Columbia record label. After the annexation of Austria in 1938 by Nazi Germany, Austin Egen was asked to submit proof of his Aryan ancestry/origin. in the very same year, he was allowed to become a member of the Society of Authors and Composers AKM in Vienna.

    In his spare time he worked as a draftsman and sculptor. From 1939 Egen also operate a coffee tavern in Graz.

    In 1941, Austin Egen died from liver cirrhosis in Frohnleiten. He was only 44 years old.

    I hope you enjoy this as much as I have. You can also buy the song on iTunes.

    Best wishes,
    Stu
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    Please Note: I do not claim copyright or ownership of the song played in this video. All copyrighted content remains property of their respective owners.

  • That Crazy Charleston - Walter Donaldson/Arr. Marcel Peeters

    4:02

    The music of the roaring twenties and thirties has never been as popular as today. Marcel Peeters wrote a sparkling selection of evergreens of those years, including You're driving me crazy, My blue Heaven, Black Bottom and the immortal Yes Sir, that's my Baby.

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  • The Phantom Of The Opera

    4:37

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    The Phantom Of The Opera (Live In Stephansdom, Vienna, Austria / 2008) · Sarah Brightman · Chris Thompson

    Symphony: Live In Vienna

    ℗ 2008 Nemo Studios

    Released on: 2008-01-01

    Associated Performer, Vocals: Sarah Brightman
    Associated Performer, Vocals: Chris Thompson
    Associated Performer, Piano, Organ, Musical Director: Jan Eric Kohrs
    Associated Performer, Background Vocalist, Guitar: Gunther Laudahn
    Associated Performer, Background Vocalist, Guitar: Jörg Sander
    Associated Performer, Background Vocalist, Guitar: Mark Awounou
    Associated Performer, Keyboards, Background Vocalist: Amelia Brightman
    Associated Performer, Bass (vocal): Alex Grube
    Associated Performer, Drums: Reiner Hubert
    Associated Performer, Percussion: Roland Peil
    Orchestra: Ambassade Orchestra Vienna
    Associated Performer, Orchestra Leader, Violin: Tim Warburton
    Producer, Studio Personnel, Mix Engineer: Frank Peterson
    Studio Personnel, Mix Engineer: Stefan Glaumann
    Associated Performer, Music Production, Studio Personnel, Editor: Carsten Heussmann
    Studio Personnel, Mixer: Colin Boland
    Studio Personnel, Assistant Mixer, Asst. Recording Engineer: Dennis Preiss
    Composer Lyricist: C. Hart
    Composer Lyricist: Richard Stilgoe
    Composer Lyricist: Andrew Lloyd Webber

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  • This piano song is very fast - Key Engine - Luca Sestak Duo

    5:40

    Luca Sestak (piano) & Johannes Niklas (drums) doing a very fast boogie woogie and funk mix performance live.
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  • Stefan Jackiw, and Yoonah Kim perform Charles Ives Largo for violin, clarinet, and piano

    5:38

    Stefan Jackiw, violin and Yoonah Kim, clarinet, perform Charles Ives' Largo for Violin, Clarinet and Piano at WQXR's Valentine's Day Classical Beer Jam

    Gregg Kallor, piano

  • Stefan Dohr in conversation with Sarah Willis

    4:41

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    Stefan Dohr, principal horn of the Berliner Philharmoniker, in conversation with his colleague Sarah Willis / Recorded in the Berlin Philharmonie, 12 February 2011.

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  • Royal Concertgebouw Bassoon Master Class with Simon van Holen: Mozarts Bassoon Concerto, K.191

    20:55

    Bassoonist with the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra Simon van Holen coaches Joshua Elmore on an excerpt from Mozart’s Bassoon Concerto in B-Flat Major, K.191.

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    To complement their performances in Stern Auditorium at Carnegie Hall, select members of the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra led master classes on January 16, 2018. Participating young artists, alums of Carnegie Hall’s youth orchestra program, NYO-USA, had the opportunity to perform and work with these world-renowned musicians in a one-on-one setting in Carnegie Hall’s Resnick Education Wing. To learn more about Workshops and Master Classes at Carnegie Hall visit

  • Strausss Ein Heldenleben, first horn solo Finale

    4:11

    Strauss's Ein Heldenleben, first horn solo Finale

    Horn: Stefan Dohr
    Conductor: Simon Rattle
    Orchestra: Berliner Philarmoniker
    Date:...
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  • Luca Sestak - Key Engine

    5:40

    Luca Sestak (piano) & Johannes Niklas (drums). Boogie Woogie and funk mix performance.
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  • Carnegie Hall Bassoon Master Class: Tchaikovskys Symphony No. 4

    7:18

    Berlin Philharmonic principal bassoonist Stefan Schweigert coaches Samuel Banks on Tchaikovsky's Symphony No. 4.

    Select members of the Berlin Philharmonic woodwind and brass sections led two days of master classes focusing on orchestral repertoire and audition preparation. Participating young artists attended panel discussions with the master class leaders and heard the Berlin Philharmonic in performance, led by Sir Simon Rattle, at Carnegie Hall.

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  • Luca Sestak and Stefan Ulbricht – 2018 San Francisco Boogie Woogie Festival

    5:13

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  • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Piano Concerto No. 27 in B-flat major, K. 595

    30:11

    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 - 1791) - Piano Concerto No. 27 in B-flat major, K. 595 (1791)

    I. Allegro [0:00]
    II. Larghetto [13:17]
    III. Allegro [21:35]

    (Cadenzas: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart)

    Murray Perahia, piano
    English Chamber Orchestra (1979)

    The Piano Concerto No. 27 in B-flat major by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart is his last piano concerto, completed only about a year before his death. The work is in three movements, with typical performances lasting around 31 minutes.

    Mozart's final piano concerto was entered into his thematic catalog on January 5, 1791, the year of his death. However, it appears that, like its immediate predesessor (No. 26 in D, 'Coronation'), the concerto was started some time earlier, possibly in 1788. Mozart himself gave the first performance two months after the concerto's completion at a benefit concert for the clarintetist Josef Bähr, whom Mozart met in Paris. The concert took place in the great room situated above an inn owned by one Ignaz Jahn, close to where Mozart was living in the Himmelpfortgasse, and also featured arias sung by Aloysia Lange (Weber), Mozart's sister-in-law and first love. The 'grand musical concert' (Wiener Zeitung, March 12, 1791), proved to be Mozart's final appearance on the concert platform. The report went to record that 'everyone admired his art, in composition as well as in performance,' an ironic statement from the press of a city that by this time had long tired of Mozart as a performer. Only a few weeks later the concerto was played by the Czech pianist Jan Witásek at a concert given by Mozart's soprano friend Josepha Duschek in his beloved Prague.

    The concerto bears scant relationship to the bold, powerful works of 1784 to 1786, the golden years of the composer's career as a concert pianist. Scored with an orchestral accompaniment consisting of flute, two oboes, two bassoons, two horns, and strings, the concerto inhabits a world of glowing, muted colors. Its mood is frequently described as autumnal or valedictory. That impression may be slanted by hindsight, but such impressions are enhanced by Mozart's choice of theme for the rondo finale: he uses the melody of a little song called 'Sehnsucht nach dem Frühling' (Longing for Spring), one of three he had composed for a children's songbook, and which was entered into his catalog immediately after the concerto. (It was catalogued later as K. 596.) The opening Allegro and middle Larghetto are likewise restrained, with a sinuous weaving of the solo part into the texture rather than the virtuosic frills of the preceding D major concerto. Although it has little of the harmonic boldness found in some of Mozart's other late works, the concerto seems to look forward to Romantic lyricism in the way it finds beauty in melancholy. In certain passages the meditative breadth of Beethoven's Concerto No. 4 in G seems not far away.

    (source: AllMusic)

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  • Cristina Branco: Un Amor

    6:27

    #cristinabranco #mariolaginha #hrbigband
    FADO & MORE - the Portuguese star singer Cristina Branco meets the hr-Bigband. Like it? Then please subscribe to our channel.

    Cristina Branco | vocals, Mário Laginha | piano and conductor, hr-Bigband

    UN AMOR is a composition by Maria João / Mário Laginha
    arranged by Mário Laginha
    Soloists: Martin Scales, g; Axel Schlosser, tp

    Live-Recording at hr-Sendesaal, Frankfurt, january 17th 2019

    She is considered one of the most successful Fadistas of our time but that’s not the only point why Cristina Branco is so special. The cloo is that she has always had a wider musical horizon. Her early role models were all coming from jazz music: Billie Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald and Joni Mitchell. For her eighteenth birthday her grandfather presents her a record of Amália Rodrigues. That is the point where Cristina Branco discovers the Fado for herself. Today she transforms the Portuguese folklore and makes something very unique starting with the unusual accompaniment of Portuguese guitar, piano and double bass. With this sound Branco interprets a wide mix of songs of different styles on her album Menina (2017), composed among others by Mario Laginha. Now the internationally renowned Portuguese pianist orchestrated the music of Cristina Branco for the Frankfurt Radio Bigband. After the 2010 Fado experience with Ana Moura, the encounter with the neo-fadista Cristina Branco ensured a mutual broadening of horizons.

    Sie gilt als eine der erfolgreichsten Fadistas unserer Zeit und ist doch damit nur unzulänglich beschrieben. Denn Cristina Branco hatte schon immer einen weiteren Horizont. Ihre frühen Vorbilder hießen Billie Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald oder Joni Mitchell. Erst als ihr der Großvater zum achtzehnten Geburtstag eine Schallplatte von Amália Rodrigues schenkt, entdeckt Branco den Fado für sich. Aus der portugiesischen Folklore macht sie etwas ganz Eigenes und singt sie etwa in der ungewöhnlichen Begleitung von portugiesischer Gitarre, Klavier und Kontrabass. Mit diesem Sound interpretiert Branco auf ihrem Album Menina (2017) eine breite Mischung von Songs unterschiedlicher Stile, komponiert unter anderem von Mario Laginha. Jetzt hat der international renommierte portugiesische Pianist Cristina Brancos Musik für die hr-Bigband orchestriert. Nachdem die 2010 mit Ana Moura bereits Fado-Erfahrung sammeln konnte, sorgte die Begegnung mit der Neo-Fadista Cristina Branco nun für gegenseitige Horizonterweiterungen.



    hr-Bigband:
    trumpets: Frank Wellert, Thomas Vogel, Martin Auer, Axel Schlösser
    saxophones: Heinz-Dieter Sauerborn, Oliver Leicht, Stefan Karl Schmid, Steffen Weber, Rainer Heute
    trombones: Günter Bollmann, Karin Hammar, Christian Jaksjö, Robert Hedemann
    guitar: Martin Scales
    bass: Hans Glawischnig
    drums: Jean Paul Höchstädter

    Credits:
    Olaf Stötzler, manager Frankfurt Radio Bigband
    Lucia Rosu, executive producer
    Axel Gutzler, sound-engineer
    Rainer Schwarz, sound-engineer

    cameras: Jonas Heil, Bernd Romkowski, Jens Benner, David Elias Kar
    recording manager: Sabine Wiesner
    techn. production: Max Brandenburger
    live-streaming: Jochen Hensel
    project coordinator: Matthias Hohn
    executive producer video: Nikolas Pieper
    production manager: Hartmuth Niemczik
    producer: Manuel Meyer

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  • Led Zeppelin - Black Dog

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    Today's video is a guitar lesson with tab for Black dog by Led Zeppelin. The solo is not included in this video. Didn't have time to record myself playing it, so I just tabbed it and posted it separately.
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    Riff 2 - 0:51
    Riff 3 (rhythm) - 1:21
    Riff 3 (lead) - 1:47
    Riff 4 (rhythm) - 2:10
    Riff 4 (lead) - 2:44
    Riff 1 (variation) - 3:03
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  • Tchaikovsky’s 5th Symphony, Horn Solo

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    Horn: Laurens Woudenberg
    Conductor: Semyon Bychkov
    Orchestra: Concertgebouworkest Amsterdam

  • Techno Parade: PHILIPP JUNDT, STEFAN SCHILLING & LUKAS MARIA KUEN

    5:17

    Guillaume Connesson Techno Parade for Flute, Clarinet, and Piano

    Philipp Jundt, Flute
    Stefan Schilling, Clarinet (Principal Clarinetist of Sinfonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks)
    Lukas Maria Kuen, Piano

    Perigee Hall, Seoul
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  • Berlin Phil Horns: La Chasse

    2:07

    The Berlin Phil Horns are on the hunt for ... perfect sound, chops, technique, horns, notes, atmosphere ... did we forget anything?
    Enjoy Tcherepnin's 'La Chasse'! We did!
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  • Luca Sestak live in Barcelona - Handclap Blues

    9:17

    Live set at Boogie Woogie Jubilee, Centre Cultural Hospitalet de Llobegrat/Barcelona, Spain.
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  • Ravels Pavane Horn Solo

    1:09

    Horn: Jorge Monte de Fez
    Conductor: Daniel Barenboim
    Orchestra: West-Eastern Divan Orchestra

  • Rimsky-Korsakov​‘s Sheherezade, Horn Solo

    58

    Horn: Bob Stoel
    Conductor: Claus Peter Flor
    Orchestra: Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra

  • Im the boogie-man - Vince Weber 1991

    4:27

    Vienna, Papas Tapas, 5-4-1991: fantastic Vince Weber sings and plays real boogie-woogie

  • WEBER Quintet in B flat major, Op. 34

    26:54

    CARL MARIA VON WEBER Quintet in B flat major, Op. 34
    Yuhsin Su, clarinet
    Matthew Hakkarainen, violin
    Takumi Taguchi, violin
    Haeji Kim, viola
    John Lee, cello

    Performed on Friday, February 21, 2020
    Field Concert Hall, Curtis Institute of Music, Philadelphia

    Mozart and Haydn heard and composed for the clarinet in its earliest form. Early in the 19th century, however, instrument makers developed technical innovations that made the clarinet more sophisticated, with more virtuosic capabilities. As the new clarinet emerged, Carl Maria von Weber (1786-1826) collaborated with Heinrich Bärmann, one of the greatest clarinet virtuosos of the time to create some of the greatest works ever written for the instrument. Weber brought to the partnership his brilliance as a melodist (he is known as the father of Romantic opera, after all), and Bärmann brought his technical prowess and advice on exploiting the clarinet’s unique voice and new technical range. In 1815, Weber composed this quintet for Bärmann to play with a string quartet. Unlike Mozart’s clarinet quintet, where the clarinet is an equal voice within the string ensemble, Weber’s is more of a clarinet concerto accompanied by a string quartet, which is perhaps why effective arrangements have been made for clarinet and full string orchestra. The first and second movements show off the mellifluous qualities of the clarinet; the second even sounds like it could be a vocal aria. The third and fourth movements are dazzling, delightful, impressive, and forward-moving. Weber’s grand quintet truly made clarinet history, and is one of many works sparked by friendship between composer and performer.
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  • Mahler’s 6th Symphony, Horn Solo

    59

    Horn: Ronald Janezic
    Conductor: Andris Nelsons
    Orchestra: Wiener Philharmoniker

  • Noticias de Zenon y Klein : TIEMBLAS

    7:27

    #miguelzenon #guillermoklein #hrbigband
    New musical messages from Latin America with Miguel Zenon and Guillermo Klein in Big Band Sound. Like it? Then please subscribe to our channel.

    TIEMBLAS is a composition by Tite Curet Alonso
    arranged by Guillermo Klein

    NOTICIAS DE ZENON Y KLEIN
    Miguel Zenón | alto sax
    Guillermo Klein, conductor
    Soloist: Miguel Zenón, as

    Live-Recording at hr-Sendesaal, Frankfurt, February 13th 2020

    New musical messages from Latin America are promised with this meeting of two protagonists of the region: the Puerto Rican Miguel Zenón and the Argentine Guillermo Klein. Musical (and personal) friends for a long time, the two musicians are particularly connected by the big band »Los Guachos« from New York City, which Klein founded in the nineties and with which he was noticed. Zenón, considered to be one of the most influential saxophonists of his generation, has always played for the Guachos, and conversely Klein is involved in quite a few productions of Zenón as an arranger. Since both Klein and Zenón have each been a guest of the Frankfurt Radio Big Band, it is only logical to bring these two exceptional musicians to Frankfurt together.

    deutsch:
    Neue Botschaften aus Lateinamerika verspricht dieses Treffen mit zwei Protagonisten der Region: mit dem Puerto-Ricaner Miguel Zenón und dem Argentinier Guillermo Klein. Musikalische (und persönliche) Freunde seit langer Zeit, verbindet die beiden insbesondere die New Yorker Bigband »Los Guachos«, die Klein in den Neunzigern in New York gründete und mit der er von sich reden machte. Zenón, der als einer der einflussreichsten Saxofonisten seiner Generation gilt, spielt seit jeher bei den Guachos, und umgekehrt ist Klein an nicht wenigen Produktionen von Zenón als Arrangeur beteiligt. Nachdem sowohl Klein als auch Zenón schon jeder für sich bei der hr-Bigband zu Gast waren, ist es nur folgerichtig, diese beiden Ausnahmemusiker nun auch einmal zusammen nach Frankfurt zu holen.



    hr-Bigband:
    trumpets: Frank Wellert, Thomas Vogel, Martin Auer, Axel Schlosser
    saxophones: Heinz-Dieter Sauerborn, Oliver Leicht, Steffen Weber, Stefan Karl Schmid, Rainer Heute
    trombones: Günter Bollmann, Trevor Mires, Christian Jaksjö, Robert Hedemann
    piano: Peter Reiter
    guitar: Martin Scales
    bass: Hans Glawischnig
    drums: Jean Paul Höchstädter

    Credits:
    Olaf Stötzler, manager Frankfurt Radio Big Band
    Lucia Rosu, executive producer
    Axel Gutzler, sound-engineer

    camera: Jan Velten, Sebastian Jaeger, Sandra Kömpf, Max Blum
    technical production: Nikolas Pieper
    live-streaming: Tanja Kracke
    recording management: Alexander Militz / Senta Hinze
    production engeneering: Eric Kirchheim
    project coordinator: Matthias Hohn
    production manager: Sabrina Hempel
    producer: Manuel Meyer

    A production of Hessischer Rundfunk © 2020

  • Carnegie Hall Bassoon Master Class: Shostakovichs Symphony No. 9

    11:50

    Berlin Philharmonic principal bassoonist Stefan Schweigert coaches Brent Foster on Shostakovich's Symphony No. 9.

    Select members of the Berlin Philharmonic woodwind and brass sections led two days of master classes focusing on orchestral repertoire and audition preparation. Participating young artists attended panel discussions with the master class leaders and heard the Berlin Philharmonic in performance, led by Sir Simon Rattle, at Carnegie Hall.

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  • Berlioz’s Roméo et Juliette Queen Mab Scherzo, Horn Soli

    1:00

    Horns: 1. Ben Jacks 2. Jonathan Durrant 3. Nicolás Fleury 4. Jonathan Lipton
    Conductor: Valery Gergiev
    Orchestra: London Symphony Orchestra

  • Django Bates and The Frankfurt radio big band - 10.15pm Live at Ronnie Scotts

    1:21:33

    Thursday 7th of August 2017 @ 10.15PM (UK Time)

    Recorded in November 1966, the Sgt. Pepper album stands as an 'unsurpassed adventure in concept, song-writing, cover art and studio technology.' The challenge of deconstructing the album hailed by Rolling Stone magazine as the most significant rock album of all time, and to reconstruct it from a jazz perspective is being taken on by Django Bates. With his overflowing creative spirit, his anarchic sense of humour and his incredible level of musicality, Bates is the embodiment of a specific type of British artist, with traits in many ways reminiscent of the fab four. The Frankfurt Radio Big Band and the audience will be going on this exciting journey with him.

    Django Bates: keyboard, backing vocals, arranger, conductor.
    Stuart Hall: electric guitar, acoustic guitar, lap steel, electric sitar, violin.
    Eggs Laid By Tigers:
    Martin Ullits Dahl: lead vocal.
    Jonas Westergaard: electric bass, backing vocals.
    Peter Bruun: drums, percussion, backing vocals.
    Frankfurt Radio Big Band (hr-Bigband):
    Heinz-Dieter Sauerborn: soprano sax, flute, clarinet.
    Oliver Leicht: alto sax, flute, clarinet, alto clarinet.
    Stefan Karl Schmid: tenor sax, flute.
    Steffen Weber: tenor sax, alto flute, bass clarinet.
    Rainer Heute: baritone sax, bass sax, bass clarinet, contra alto clarinet.
    Willem Bastiaan Both: trumpet.
    Thomas Vogel: trumpet.
    Martin Auer: trumpet, flugelhorn. Axel Schlosser: trumpet, flugelhorn. Günter Bollmann: trombone.
    Peter Feil: trombone.
    Christian Jaksjø: trombone.
    Manfred Honetschläger: bass trombone.
    Martin Scales: electric guitar.

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  • Cristina Branco: O Laurinda, linda linda

    6:38

    #cristinabranco #mariolaginha #hrbigband
    FADO & MORE - the Portuguese star singer Cristina Branco meets the hr-Bigband. Like it? Then please subscribe to our channel.

    Cristina Branco | vocals, Mário Laginha | piano and conductor, hr-Bigband

    O LAURINDA, LINDA LINDA (trad.)
    arranged by Mário Laginha
    Soloist: Mário Laginha, p

    Live-Recording at hr-Sendesaal, Frankfurt, january 17th 2019

    She is considered one of the most successful Fadistas of our time but that’s not the only point why Cristina Branco is so special. The cloo is that she has always had a wider musical horizon. Her early role models were all coming from jazz music: Billie Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald and Joni Mitchell. For her eighteenth birthday her grandfather presents her a record of Amália Rodrigues. That is the point where Cristina Branco discovers the Fado for herself. Today she transforms the Portuguese folklore and makes something very unique starting with the unusual accompaniment of Portuguese guitar, piano and double bass. With this sound Branco interprets a wide mix of songs of different styles on her album Menina (2017), composed among others by Mario Laginha. Now the internationally renowned Portuguese pianist orchestrated the music of Cristina Branco for the Frankfurt Radio Bigband. After the 2010 Fado experience with Ana Moura, the encounter with the neo-fadista Cristina Branco ensured a mutual broadening of horizons.

    Sie gilt als eine der erfolgreichsten Fadistas unserer Zeit und ist doch damit nur unzulänglich beschrieben. Denn Cristina Branco hatte schon immer einen weiteren Horizont. Ihre frühen Vorbilder hießen Billie Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald oder Joni Mitchell. Erst als ihr der Großvater zum achtzehnten Geburtstag eine Schallplatte von Amália Rodrigues schenkt, entdeckt Branco den Fado für sich. Aus der portugiesischen Folklore macht sie etwas ganz Eigenes und singt sie etwa in der ungewöhnlichen Begleitung von portugiesischer Gitarre, Klavier und Kontrabass. Mit diesem Sound interpretiert Branco auf ihrem Album Menina (2017) eine breite Mischung von Songs unterschiedlicher Stile, komponiert unter anderem von Mario Laginha. Jetzt hat der international renommierte portugiesische Pianist Cristina Brancos Musik für die hr-Bigband orchestriert. Nachdem die 2010 mit Ana Moura bereits Fado-Erfahrung sammeln konnte, sorgte die Begegnung mit der Neo-Fadista Cristina Branco nun für gegenseitige Horizonterweiterungen.



    hr-Bigband:
    trumpets: Frank Wellert, Thomas Vogel, Martin Auer, Axel Schlösser
    saxophones: Heinz-Dieter Sauerborn, Oliver Leicht, Stefan Karl Schmid, Steffen Weber, Rainer Heute
    trombones: Günter Bollmann, Karin Hammar, Christian Jaksjö, Robert Hedemann
    guitar: Martin Scales
    bass: Hans Glawischnig
    drums: Jean Paul Höchstädter

    Credits:
    Olaf Stötzler, manager Frankfurt Radio Bigband
    Lucia Rosu, executive producer
    Axel Gutzler, sound-engineer
    Rainer Schwarz, sound-engineer

    cameras: Jonas Heil, Bernd Romkowski, Jens Benner, David Elias Kar
    recording manager: Sabine Wiesner
    techn. production: Max Brandenburger
    live-streaming: Jochen Hensel
    project coordinator: Matthias Hohn
    executive producer video: Nikolas Pieper
    production manager: Hartmuth Niemczik
    producer: Manuel Meyer

    A production of Hessischer Rundfunk 2019

  • Ravels Piano Concerto in G, Horn Solo

    53

    Ravel's Piano Concerto in G, Horn Solo

    Horn: Stefan Dohr
    Conductor: Tugan Sokhiev
    Piano: Hélène Grimaud
    Orchestra: Berliner Philarmoniker
    Hall: Berlin Philarmonie

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  • Poulenc - Mouvements perpétuels / 2017 Colorado College Summer Music Festival

    6:29

    Poulenc - Mouvements perpétuels

    1. Assez modéré
    2. Tres modéré
    3. Alerte

    Carol Wincenc, flute
    Jonathan Fischer, oboe
    Jon Manasse, clarinet
    Michael Kroth, bassoon
    Michael Thornton, horn
    Stefan Hersh, violin
    Toby Appel, viola
    David Ying, cello
    Milad Daniari, bass

    June 11, 2017
    Packard Hall
    Colorado College Summer Music Festival

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