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Brahms Symphony 4 - Victor De Sabata - 1° Movement (part1)
Brahms Symphony 4 - Victor De Sabata - 1° Movement (part1) Brahms Symphony No.4 in E Minor, Op.98 1° MOVEMENT (part1) Orchestra: Berliner Philharmoniker Director: Victor De Sabata --- 1° MOVEMENT (part1) www.youtube.com 1° MOVEMENT (part2) www.youtube.com 2° MOVEMENT (part1) www.youtube.com 2° MOVEMENT (part2) www.youtube.com 3° MOVEMENT www.youtube.com 4° MOVEMENT www.youtube.com --- Listen to radio stations from your browser www.toolbar-radio.com World version --- Digital Remastering of 78 RPM Records Only Classical Music Public Domain PromoClassical Copyright reserved
Johannes Brahms - op.49, Nr 4 (Lullaby) - Romantic guitar
Johannes Brahms - op.49, Nr 4 (Lullaby) - Romantic guitar This is another very famous one... Transcription for guitar by Michel Dalle Ave The song says : Guten Abend, gut' Nacht Mit Rosen bedacht Mit Näglein besteckt Schlüpf unter die Deck' Morgen früh, wenn Gott will Wirst du wieder geweckt Morgen früh, wenn Gott will Wirst du wieder geweckt Guten Abend, gut' Nacht Von Englein bewacht Die zeigen im Traum Dir Christkindleins Baum Schlaf nun selig und süß Schau im Traum 's Paradies Schlaf nun selig und süß Schau im Traum 's Paradies Guten Abend, gut' Nacht Mit Rosen bedacht Mit Näglein besteckt Schlüpf unter die Deck' Morgen früh, wenn Gott will Original guitar made around 1800, restaured by Erik-Pierre Hofmann : www.fine-antique-and-classical-guitars.com
Andor Földes plays Brahms Intermezzo op.117 no.1
Andor Földes plays Brahms Intermezzo op.117 no.1 Intermezzo no.1 in E-flat major is among "Three Intermezzi, op.117" composed in 1892. Recorded in 1950. ~ Biography / Obituary from NY Times on February 19, 1992: Andor Foldes, a Hungarian-born American pianist who was closely associated with the music of Bela Bartok and who was also a respected interpreter of the Viennese Classical composers, died at his home in Herrliberg, Switzerland, on Feb. 9. He was 78 years old. He died after falling down a flight of stairs, said his wife, Lili Rendy Foldes. Mrs. Foldes said her husband had been preparing for a performance and an eight-day master class at the Beethoven house in Bonn. Mr. Foldes was born in Budapest on Dec. 21, 1913, and began his studies privately with his mother, Valerie Ipolye, and with Tibor Szatmari. He made his public debut performing a Mozart concerto with the Budapest Philharmonic when he was 8 years old. The next year he entered the Budapest Academy of Music to study the piano, composition and conducting, but he continued to perform publicly. During his student years, Mr. Foldes worked with several important Hungarian composers, among them Ernst von Dohnanyi, with whom he studied until 1932, and Bartok, whom he met in 1929. Bartok's music became a central part of his repertory. He gave the New York premiere of Bartok's Second Piano Concerto at Carnegie Hall in 1947. His 1948 recording of the work, prized by collectors, was recently reissued on compact disk, as was a set of Bartok works he recorded for ...
Brahms: Hungarian Dance No. 5
Brahms: Hungarian Dance No. 5 Hungarian Dance No. 5 Allegro Vivace By Johannes Brahms
Johannes Brahms, Violin Concerto in D major, Op. 77, part 2 - Adagio
Johannes Brahms, Violin Concerto in D major, Op. 77, part 2 - Adagio Johannes Brahms, Violin Concerto in D major, Op. 77, part 2 - Adagio, Shlomo Mintz- violine, conductor: Maxim Eshkenazy, Classic FM M-Tel Orchestra, Bulgaria Hall, LIVE RECORDING
Brahms Piano Sonata No.3 in F Minor 3/5 Jonathan Plowright
Brahms Piano Sonata No.3 in F Minor 3/5 Jonathan Plowright Johannes Brahms (1833-1897) Piano Sonata No.3 in F Minor Op.5, played by Jonathan Plowright. II Andante espressivo (2nd part) This is the third part of Brahms piano sonata No. 3 in F minor (Op. 5) played by British virtuoso Jonathan Plowright. It was recorded live at the Wigmore Hall, London on Saturday 15th November 2008. Ed Keohane writes: Johannes Brahms was born in Hamburg in 1833. He excelled at the piano from an early age he also played cello and the horn and was taught free of charge by Eduard Marxsen, a leading Hamburg pianist and composer, who instilled in the young Brahms a lifelong love of Bach and the Viennese Classical composers. Indeed his first solo piano recitals, in 1848 and 1849, featured works by Bach and Beethoven. Brahms completed his third and final piano sonata in October 1853, the year that he became friends with the violinist Joseph Joachim and first met Robert and Clara Schumann. Brahmss music made a huge impression on Schumann, who wrote that each work was so different from the others that it seemed to stream from its own individual source. He also remarked how, at Brahmss hand, the piano became an orchestra of lamenting and loudly jubilant voices and his sonatas veiled symphonies. The genial and demonic sides to Brahmss personality are both evident in this colossal five-movement work. The spectacular opening gives way to a beautiful slow movement, above which Brahms wrote a verse by the poet Sternau: Der Abend dämmert, das Mondlicht scheint Da ...
Brahms: Clarinet Trio Op.114, mvt 4
Brahms: Clarinet Trio Op.114, mvt 4 Oscine Trio is an international ensemble of three young and talented artists recognized for their invigorating and energetic performances that have taken the classical music world by storm. Japanese clarinetist Maiko Sasaki, Israeli-American cellist Reenat Pinchas, & South African pianist Eugene Joubert, are dedicated to creating exciting and innovative ways to communicate musically with audiences around the world. Their diverse international backgrounds translate to their musical style providing a fusion of Asian, Middle Eastern, and South African influences. more on a website www.oscinetrio.com
Brahms: Piano concerto No.2 - IV.Allegretto grazioso / Elisabeth Leo
Brahms: Piano concerto No.2 - IV.Allegretto grazioso / Elisabeth Leo Johannes Brahms:Piano concrto No.2 in B flat major op.83 IV.Allegretto grazioso Israel Philharmonic Orchestra Paavo Järvi - conductor Elisabeth Leonskaja - piano Tel Aviv 2001 Allegretto grazioso The last movement consists of five clearly distinghuishable sections, of which the last is a 'stretto' (faster) coda. The first section (bars 1 to 64) is built on two themes: the first and main theme of classical structure (1-8) is first played by the piano and then repeated by the orchestra. The second theme (16-20) is likewise presented by the piano and repeated - and expanded - by the orchestra. A kind of development of the first theme leads to the next section. The second section (65-164) is built on three themes. Number three (65-73, a minor) is very different from the previous ones: by its minor key and its rhythm. Number four (81-88) is still in a minor and number five (97-104) in F major. These three themes are repeated several times, which gives the section the character of a development. The third section (165-308) can be seen as a reprise of the first; it is built on the first two themes, but a striking new element is given in 201-205 and repeated in 238-241. The fourth section (309-376) gives the themes 3, 5 and 4, in that order. The coda is built on the main theme, but even here (398) Brahms presents a new element.
Rhapsody in B Minor, Op. 79 No. 1 - Brahms
Rhapsody in B Minor, Op. 79 No. 1 - Brahms 15 year old Alex Raineri, a Brisbane based pianist and composer, performs Brahms' Rhapsody in B Minor.
Brahms "Double" concert - Heifetz Feurmann - 1° Part (part2)
Brahms "Double" concert - Heifetz Feurmann - 1° Part (part2) Brahms Concerto for violin, cello & orchestra in A minor "Double", Op.102 1° PART (part2) Orchestra: Philadelphia Orchestra Director: Eugene Ormandy Violin: Jascha Heifetz Cello: Emanuel Feurmann --- 1° PART (part1) www.youtube.com 1° PART (part2) www.youtube.com 2° PART www.youtube.com 3° PART www.youtube.com --- Listen to radio stations from your browser www.toolbar-radio.com World version --- Digital Remastering of 78 RPM Records Only Classical Music Public Domain PromoClassical Copyright reserved
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