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Brahms - Symphony No.3 - Poco Allegretto
Brahms - Symphony No.3 - Poco Allegretto The third movement of the Symphony No.3 by Brahms, in a recording by the Berlin Philharmonic under the legendary conductor Wilhelm Furtwangler. This movement contains one of Brahms's most delectable melodies, tender, wistful, rich in poignancy. I have tried to select photos that will fit well with the overall mood of the piece. I hope you enjoy it. The recording is a live one, so there is some (very minor) audience noise. It's hardly distracting. If you have any comments or suggestions please contact me...
Brahms' Lullaby, Op. 49, No. 4 (Hanan Harchol, Classical Guitar, CD
Brahms' Lullaby, Op. 49, No. 4 (Hanan Harchol, Classical Guitar, CD Award-winning classical guitarist Hanan Harchol has recorded a collection of the world's most beloved lullabies and calming music. Instrumentally arranged and tenderly performed on the solo classical guitar, the music is soothing and perfect for infants and small children as well as adults who want to unwind. Mr. Harchol's recordings may be sampled and purchased at www.RelaxingMusic.com as well as on iTunes.
J. Brahms - The Variations on a Theme by Haydn in B- major, Op. 56a
J. Brahms - The Variations on a Theme by Haydn in B- major, Op. 56a J. Brahms Wariacje B-dur na temat Haydna op. 56a./J. Brahms - The Variations on a Theme by Haydn in B-major, Op. 56a. Opera i Filharmonia Podlaska Europejskie Centrum Sztuki w Białymstoku/The Podlasie Opera and Philharmonic European Art Centre in Bialystok. Marcin Nałęcz-Niesiołowski - dyrygent/conductor. Orkiestra Opery i Filharmonii Podlaskiej/The Orchestra of the Podlasie Opera and Philharmonic. Muzyka klasyczna/classical music. Koncerty symfoniczne/symphonic concerts. www.oifp.pl lub 217.17.47.78
Brahms - Trio for clarinet,cello and piano , 1st movement
Brahms - Trio for clarinet,cello and piano , 1st movement Alexander Kobrin - Piano Narek Arutyunian-Clarinet Anna Morozova- Cello Recorded at Rachmaninov Hall of Moscow State Consеrvatory International Soloist Narek Arutyunian was born in Gyumri, Armenia in 1992. When Narek was 10, he took the clarinet in his hands for the first time ever. He studied at the Central Music School of the Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory (2003-2009) ,at the Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory in class of Evgeny Petrov (2009-2010) Since 2010 he studies at Queens College of the City University of New York in class of Charles Neidich. In Recital Narek has appeared at such prestigious venues as the Carnegie Hall in New York, the Louvre Auditorium in Paris, the Museum of Grenoble, Glenn Gould Studio in Toronto, "Palazzo del Principe" in Genova, Teatro Savio in Messina, Kaliningrad Philharmonic Hall,Glendale Presbyterian Church in Los Angeles, Chamber Hall of the Moscow Philharmonic Society Narek has performed numerous concerts major concert halls all throughout Europe and North America Theatre des Champs Elysees in Paris, Rudolfinum - Dvorak Hall in Prague, Kennedy Center in Washington DC, United Nations Hall in Geneva, Tchaikovsky Concert Hall in Moscow , George Weston Recital Hall in Toronto, Great, Small and Rachmaninov Halls of the Moscow Conservatory, St.Petersburg Philharmonic Hall , Svetlanov's, Theater and Chamber Halls of Moscow International House of Music , Kaufmann Hall in New York Narek has appeared as soloist with renowed orchestras ...
ACOSTA C.-BRAHMS: SONATA Nº1 OPUS 120 ALLEGRO APPASIONATO
ACOSTA C.-BRAHMS: SONATA Nº1 OPUS 120 ALLEGRO APPASIONATO My name is Carlos Acosta; I am argentine and was born September 9th of 1966. I began my studies of sax with my father. Then I studied clarinet with my Master Rolando D'Hellemmes (soloist clarinet of Theatre Colon's Orchestra). In parallel I began my studies of harmony with Juan Carlos Cirigliano (Astor Piazzolla's pianist), then harmony and counterpoint with Master Dante D'Iorio, then Composition, Orchestration and Conducting with Master Juan Carlos Zorzi (Conductor of National Symphonic, Rosario Symphonic and Composition professor of the National Conservatory Lòpez Buchardo). I want to write MUSIC FOR MOVIES and can write music on different musicals stiles like classical, jazz and tango CONTACT: acosta2ar@yahoo.com.ar (write ONLY about music) or www.carloshacosta.blogspot.com Professional Performance POPULAR MUSIC 1987-actual: many jazz orchestras with the best musicians of Buenos Aires and playing at International Hotels (Sheraton, Plaza, Hyatt, Intercontinental, etc...). Actually, I play like first alto and arrangement at Nestor Astarita Big Band (integrated by Theatre Colon's musicians) CLASSICAL MUSIC 2000-2003: As first clarinet and arrangement of Puccini Lyric Company. Conductor: Daniel Saito I played Traviata, Cavalleria Rusticana (I wrote a reduction for Chamber Orchestra), many lyrics concerts and 1st and 2nd Lyric festivals of Italian Music where I wrote all music for symphonic orchestra (for CARITAS). Nov.-Dec. 2002: Rigoletto (TEATRO COLON) Apr.-May. 2004 ...
Khatia Buniatishvili, Yuja Wang - Brahms, Hungarian Dance No. 1
Khatia Buniatishvili, Yuja Wang - Brahms, Hungarian Dance No. 1 Excerpt from a performance at the Verbier Festival 2011, broadcasted live on medici.tv. Khatia Buniatishvili, piano Yuja Wang, piano Johannes Brahms Hungarian Dance No. 1 in G minor Directed by Isabelle Soulard Each year, medici.tv webcasts over 80 free live concerts and offers a catalogue of over 600 classical music films available through subscription. More information on www.medici.tv
Brahms "Double" concert - Heifetz Feurmann - Second Part
Brahms "Double" concert - Heifetz Feurmann - Second Part Brahms Concerto for violin, cello & orchestra in A minor "Double", Op.102 2° PART 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
Rubinstein - Brahms, Piano Concerto No.1 - II Adagio (2/2)
Rubinstein - Brahms, Piano Concerto No.1 - II Adagio (2/2) Director : Bernard Haitink. Concertgebouworkest Amsterdam. Johannes Brahms's Piano Concerto No. 1 in D minor (Op. 15) is one of Brahms' most famous and frequently performed pieces. A concerto on nearly every major pianist's repertoire, it presents considerable technical challenges to the performer. Brahms worked on the composition for some years, as was the case with many of his works. After a prolonged gestation period, it was first performed on January 22, 1859, in Hanover, Germany, when Brahms was just 25 years old. Five days later, at Leipzig, an unenthusiastic audience hissed at the concerto, while critics savaged it, labelling it "perfectly unorthodox, banal and horrid". In a letter to his close personal friend, the renowned violinist Joseph Joachim, Brahms stated, "I am only experimenting and feeling my way", adding sadly, "all the same, the hissing was rather too much!" Brahms originally conceived the work as a sonata for two pianos. Seeking a grander and fuller sound, Brahms later orchestrated the work in an attempt to transform it into a four-movement symphony. However, he also found that unsatisfactory. Brahms ultimately decided that he had not sufficiently mastered the nuances of orchestral color to sustain a symphony, and instead relied on his skills as a pianist and composer for the piano to complete the work as a concerto. Brahms only retained the original material from the work's first movement; the remaining movements were discarded and two new ones were ...
Johannes Brahms : Double Concerto in A Minor: III. Vivace non troppo
Johannes Brahms : Double Concerto in A Minor: III. Vivace non troppo The Double Concerto in A minor (Op. 102) by Johannes Brahms (7 May 1833 3 April 1897) is a concerto for violin, cello and orchestra. Composed in the summer of 1887, and first performed on 18 October of that year, it was Brahms' final work for orchestra. Brahms, approaching the project with anxiety over writing for instruments that were not his own, wrote it for the cellist Robert Hausmann and his old estranged friend, the violinist Joseph Joachim. The concerto was, in part, a gesture of reconciliation towards Joachim, after their long friendship had ruptured following Joachim's divorce from his wife Amalie. Brahms had sided with Amalie in the dispute, and this led to the estrangement between Brahms and Joachim. The Double Concerto acted as a form of musical reconciliation. The concerto also makes use of the musical motif AEF, a permutation of FAE, which stood for a personal motto of Joachim, frei aber einsam ("free but lonely").
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