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GHEORGHE ZAMFIR - Meditation from Thais
GHEORGHE ZAMFIR - Meditation from Thais GHEORGHE ZAMFIR - Meditation from Thais (Jules Massenet) Video edited by Andreea Petcu(oceanflower1) www.youtube.com
Massenet: Élégie, op. 10 no. 5 (for piano)
Massenet: Élégie, op. 10 no. 5 (for piano) This piece was composed by Jules Massenet in 1872, and first published three years later in 1875. Performed here by Cory Hall, of whom the Sacramento Bee wrote, "Cory Hall played two works of towering artistic content and difficulty with a power and a finish that were startling. Hall was all over the keyboard but always conscious of the magic the notes were designed to evoke. It was an impressive performance."
Ernest Rozsa plays Massenet "Meditation" 1978 Roumanian State Radi
Ernest Rozsa plays Massenet "Meditation" 1978 Roumanian State Radi Ernest Rozsa plays Massenet "Meditation" 1978 Roumanian State Radio Broadcast Tirgu-Mures Marosvasarhely Neumarkt www.ernoe-rozsa-violin.com rozsavirtuoso@yahoo.de 1983 Ernest Rozsa was Concertmaster of the Philharmonia Hungarica e. V. BRD Germany, Miklos Bence was Solo-Contrabassist in the Philharmonia Hungarica e. V. BRD Germany Biography: Ernest Rozsa was Professor on the Music Pedagocial Liceum in Tirgu-Mures, Roumania, from 1975-1982 He was Soloist of the State Philharmonic Orchestra Tirgu-Mures in Roumania from 1975-1981 He performed from 1973-1981 many concert as soloist with this orchestra in Roumania with Conductors like Szalman Lorant, C. Mandeal and others, the Violinconcertos by Brahms, Beethoven, Bartok (Nr. 2), Sibelius, Mozart, Tchaikowsky, Tchaikowsky-Trio, Shostakovitch. There was also Productions Recordings in the State Roumanian Radio-Broadcast of the City of Tirgu-Mures in Roumania from 1973 until 1981. He was in the same orchestra also Associate Concertmaster in foreign countries tours. Ernest Rozsa was Concertmaster of the "Philharmonia Hungarica in Marl, Germany", one of the major orchestras in Germany until the year of 1999, when this orchestra has been finished by th German Government. He performed also by the WDR3 The German Broadcast Company for Classical Music together with his son, Ernoe Rozsa (www.ernoe-rozsa-violin.com) works by Bottesini Grand Duo Concertant (with Benze Miklos Contrabass), his son (at this time Ernoe Rozsa was 13 years old ...
J. Massenet: Meditation - Monika Vrabcová 12 years old in 1995!
J. Massenet: Meditation - Monika Vrabcová 12 years old in 1995! conductor Zora Krásná, rec. in 1995 Monika Vrabcová was born in Prague in 1983. She started to play violin at the age of 5 under the instruction of Mrs. Zdeňka Králová. Since the age of 9 she regularly took part in The International Kocian Violin Competition where she gradually gained five 2nd prizes and the same number of prizes for the best interpretation of compulsory works. In The International music competition in San Bartolomeo in 1998 she won the first prize, she achieved the same position on the same place a year later in the three - round music competition in Japanese Takasaki. As a result of this victory, she was invited to have her debut concert at the Casals Hall in Tokio. During the years 1997 2002 she studied at the Prague Conservatoire in the class of prof. Jaroslav Foltýn. She concluded her studies with a performance of the Prokofiev's Violin Concerto No. 2 in the Dvořák's Hall of the Rudolfinum together with the Symphony Orchestra of the Prague Conservatoire. In 1998 she successfully auditioned for the Gustav Mahler Jugend Orchestra, she became its youngest member and during the years 1999 - 2001 she made a concert tours under the direction of conductors such as Claudio Abbado, Seiji Ozawa, Pierre Boulez etc. She performed in the programme „Prague invites the talents of the year 2000, which was broadcasted live by the radio „ Classic . In July 2001 she was awarded a scholarship for London Masterclasses, whose violin class was guided by the professor of ...
Meditation from Thais. Played on Wersi Gala organ
Meditation from Thais. Played on Wersi Gala organ Jules Massenet peaceful haunting peace of music fromThais played on my home built Wersi organ. I have used the piano instead of the harp for the accompaniment as it stood out better.It is a peice of music that most of us know without being a classical fan. It is my favouite.
Teresa BERGANZA sings "Werther,Werther..."J.Massenet
Teresa BERGANZA sings "Werther,Werther..."J.Massenet Incredible spanish mezzosoprano TERESA BERGANZA sings Charlotta´s aria "Werther, Werther,.." from Jules Massenet´s opera Werther. Piano: Juan Antonio Alvarez Parejo Recital in Teatro Real de Madrid, 1997 (more)
Thaïs Meditation by Massenet - Frederieke Saeijs
Thaïs Meditation by Massenet - Frederieke Saeijs Frederieke Saeijs performs Jules Massenet's Meditation from the opera Thaïs with the Hong Kong Pan Asian Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Jimmy Chiang.
Meditation (from Thais) on Wersi Scala, Classic Series
Meditation (from Thais) on Wersi Scala, Classic Series This well-known and much-loved piece of music is from the opera Thaïs, by French composer Jules Massenet. It's originally scored for solo violin and orchestra, but I heard a cello version by Yo Yo Ma that inspired this arrangement. Played lived by David and his Open Art Orchestra, Wersi Scala.
Werther, Jules Massenet
Werther, Jules Massenet Werther opera Teatro Colòn Buenos Aires.
Meditation from Thais by Massenet, Elmar Oliveira - violin, Robert K
Meditation from Thais by Massenet, Elmar Oliveira - violin, Robert K Meditation from the opera "Thais" by Jules Massenet. Performed by Elmar Oliveira - violin and Robert Koenig - piano. Recorded February 23, 2008 at Lynn University Conservatory of Music.
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