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31-40 of 47 videos of music composed by Luigi Boccherini

Luigi Boccherini-Minuet
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Luigi Boccherini - Fandango (for 2 Harpsichords) - WILLIAM CHRISTIE/
Luigi Boccherini - Fandango (for 2 Harpsichords) - WILLIAM CHRISTIE/ An arrangement for 2 Harpsichords of a movement from the Quintettino Op. 40 No 2. Played by William Christie and Christophe Rousset.
classical guitar trio
classical guitar trio Introduction y Fandango-Luigi Bocherini
Musica notturna delle strade di Madrid by Luigi Boccherini
Musica notturna delle strade di Madrid by Luigi Boccherini Music: from Master and Commander (2003) Soundtrack PS: Don't ask about the fruits, I simply prefer a something on the screen than just nothing.
2) Ray Reussner: Guitar / Tandy Reussner: Organ / Boccherini Concert
2) Ray Reussner: Guitar / Tandy Reussner: Organ / Boccherini Concert Ray Reussner, classical guitarist, and Tandy C. Reussner: 1996 Wolff 3-65 organ perform the second movement "Andante cantabile" from Luigi Boccherini's Concerto in E major in the grand acoustics of Bales Organ Recital Hall, University of Kansas, Lawrence. The piece was originally written as Boccherini's Concerto for Cello & Orchestra No.6 in D, G479 - It was arranged as Concerto in E for Guitar and Orchestra by Gaspar Cassado (1896/1966) - It was recorded as such by Andrés Segovia. Ray studied with Segovia, off and on, for 20 years, as well as with John Williams at the Royal Conservatory. He is considered to be one of the very few "true" remaining links to Maestro Andres Segovia. "The dedication to his profession, his talent and his willingness to work have made him into one of the most distinguished young guitarists of today, deserving of the success that awaits him and that I predict for him ... He shows a refined sensitivity and gift for interpretation, a perfect knowledge of the guitar technique." Andres Segovia From an upcoming DVD release on Heartside Music. See heartsidemusic.com or visit Ray at http Guitar constructed by Ray Reussner. Tandy C. Reussner holds degrees in Organ Performance from the University of Kansas and the Eastman School of Music. A Fulbright Scholar to Freiburg, Germany and winner of two national organ competitions, Reussner has studied with James Higdon, Zsigmond Szathmary, John Ditto, David Craighead, and David Higgs.
1) Ray Reussner: Guitar / Tandy Reussner: Organ / Boccherini Concert
1) Ray Reussner: Guitar / Tandy Reussner: Organ / Boccherini Concert Ray Reussner, classical guitarist, and Tandy C. Reussner: 1996 Wolff 3-65 organ perform the first movement "Allegro non tanto" from Luigi Boccherini's Concerto in E major in the grand acoustics of Bales Organ Recital Hall, University of Kansas, Lawrence. The piece was originally written as Boccherini's Concerto for Cello & Orchestra No.6 in D, G479 - It was arranged as Concerto in E for Guitar and Orchestra by Gaspar Cassado (1896/1966) - It was recorded as such by Andrés Segovia. Ray studied with Segovia, off and on, for 20 years, as well as with John Williams at the Royal Conservatory. He is considered to be one of the very few "true" remaining links to Maestro Andres Segovia. "The dedication to his profession, his talent and his willingness to work have made him into one of the most distinguished young guitarists of today, deserving of the success that awaits him and that I predict for him ... He shows a refined sensitivity and gift for interpretation, a perfect knowledge of the guitar technique." Andres Segovia From an upcoming DVD release on Heartside Music. See heartsidemusic.com or visit Ray at http Guitar constructed by Ray Reussner. Tandy C. Reussner holds degrees in Organ Performance from the University of Kansas and the Eastman School of Music. A Fulbright Scholar to Freiburg, Germany and winner of two national organ competitions, Reussner has studied with James Higdon, Zsigmond Szathmary, John Ditto, David Craighead, and David Higgs.
3) Ray Reussner: Guitar / Tandy Reussner: Organ / Boccherini Concert
3) Ray Reussner: Guitar / Tandy Reussner: Organ / Boccherini Concert Ray Reussner, classical guitarist, and Tandy C. Reussner: 1996 Wolff 3-65 organ perform the Third movement "Allegro - piu mosso" from Luigi Boccherini's Concerto in E major in the grand acoustics of Bales Organ Recital Hall, University of Kansas, Lawrence. The piece was originally written as Boccherini's Concerto for Cello & Orchestra No.6 in D, G479 - It was arranged as Concerto in E for Guitar and Orchestra by Gaspar Cassado (1896/1966) - It was recorded as such by Andrés Segovia. Ray studied with Segovia, off and on, for 20 years, as well as with John Williams at the Royal Conservatory. He is considered to be one of the very few "true" remaining links to Maestro Andres Segovia. "The dedication to his profession, his talent and his willingness to work have made him into one of the most distinguished young guitarists of today, deserving of the success that awaits him and that I predict for him ... He shows a refined sensitivity and gift for interpretation, a perfect knowledge of the guitar technique." Andres Segovia From an upcoming DVD release on Heartside Music. See heartsidemusic.com or visit Ray at http Guitar constructed by Ray Reussner. Tandy C. Reussner holds degrees in Organ Performance from the University of Kansas and the Eastman School of Music. A Fulbright Scholar to Freiburg, Germany and winner of two national organ competitions, Reussner has studied with James Higdon, Zsigmond Szathmary, John Ditto, David Craighead, and David Higgs.
Fandango by Boccherini
Fandango by Boccherini Classical guitar quartet Gabe Becker, Harold Sexton, Brandon Yip and Ray Zhou at The Guitar Conservatory at Bayside Church Recital on May 10, 2008
Minuet - Luigi Boccherini - String Quintet in E Major, Op.11 No.5
Minuet - Luigi Boccherini - String Quintet in E Major, Op.11 No.5 For David "Menuet" - Luigi Boccherini ( 1743-1805) Minuet Minuetto String Quintet in E Major Op. 11 No.5 Classical
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