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MENDELSSOHN, Sonata 2, op.58, Allegro assai vivace
MENDELSSOHN, Sonata 2, op.58, Allegro assai vivace S.Istomin cello, V.Sofronitsky fortepiano
Ruggiero Ricci: Violin Concerto in E minor, Op. 64 - Movement 3 (Men
Ruggiero Ricci: Violin Concerto in E minor, Op. 64 - Movement 3 (Men Ricardo Odnoposoff: Mendelssohn, Op. 64, Movement 3: www.youtube.com Ricci - Zigeunerweisen in C minor, Op. 20 (Sarasate): www.youtube.com ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Images: 0:39, bronze statue of Mendelssohn in Dittrichring, in the east side of the old Gewandhaus in Leipzig's music district, across from St. Thomas's Church (dedicated in 2008); 0:56, opening of violin solo; 1:36, track listing; 2:34, LP jacket cover; 2:41 record label; 2:57, label detail; 5:18, detail of an image of the original Mendelssohn statue in front of the Leipzig Gewandhaus, which was removed by Leipzig's National Socialist mayor, Rudolf Haake on November 9, 1936 (and whose fate is unknown); close of video, image of the original Mendelssohn statue. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Ruggiero Ricci performs the third movement of the Op. 64 E minor violin concerto by Felix Mendelssohn. Pierino Gamba conducts the London Symphony Orchestra in this recording (which dates to 1957) on an LP entitled "Violin Meditations - Romantic Violin melodies," issued on the London "Viva" budget label, serial number 414 011-1 LV. The LP is a compilation of several tracks (see below) previously released on other London LPs. Movement 3: Allegro molto vivace Gramophone Magazine said this about Ricci: "Ruggiero Ricci's 1975 pairing of the Mendelssohn and Tchaikovsky Violin Concertos shows this artist at the very height of his lyrical and technical powers and both these performances are romantically charged in the most ...
Mendelssohn - A Midsummer Night's Dream - Wedding March
Mendelssohn - A Midsummer Night's Dream - Wedding March Op. 61 Performed by: London Symphony Orchestra
Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy: Heilig
Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy: Heilig Chamber Choir of the Classical Diecean Gymnasium Ljubljana, Dir.: Damijan Mocnik, at 11th International Chamber Choir Competition Marktoberdorf 2009 - www.modfestivals.org
Felix Mendelssohn Song without words op19 no4 in A major
Felix Mendelssohn Song without words op19 no4 in A major Song without words op19 no4 Felix Mendelssohn in A major
Mendelssohn's Piano Concerto No. 1 in G minor (op. 25) 1 of 2 .wmv
Mendelssohn's Piano Concerto No. 1 in G minor (op. 25) 1 of 2 .wmv soloist Miss Andreea Butnaru Conductor : Radu Postavaru Mendelssohn's Piano Concerto No. 1 in G minor (op. 25) was written in 18301, around the same time as his fourth symphony ("Italian"), and premiered in Munich in October 1831. He had already written a piano concerto in A minor with string accompaniment (1822) and two concertos with two pianos (18234). The three connected movements — Molto allegro con fuoco in G minor Andante in E major Presto—Molto allegro e vivace in G major use several relatively new formal techniques in their brief span — for example, the piano enters very soon after the opening of the first movement, with little of an orchestral tutti to contrast with.[1] The concerto quickly obtained popularity, and contains many sections of improvisation, one of Mendelssohn's specialities Molto allegro con fuoco The piano enters after only a few bars of orchestral introduction. It was standard procedure in the classical-era concerto to precede the solo's entrance by a tutti, for various reasons - and while the length and purpose of these introductions differed, some offering a hint of what was to follow and some giving out almost all the movement's material for example, none was so brief as this: in this sense, this was one of the first concertos of the Romantic age. (The obvious exceptions - Mozart's Jeunehomme concerto and Beethoven's fourth and fifth piano concertos - allowed the piano to enter very briefly just at the start, also for different reasons, but ...
Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy - Wedding March from ''A Mindsummer Ni
Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy - Wedding March from ''A Mindsummer Ni Listen other classical music on my uploads.
Anne Akiko Meyers Mendelssohn Violin Concerto in E Minor
Anne Akiko Meyers Mendelssohn Violin Concerto in E Minor Mendelssohn Violin Concerto. Anne Akiko Meyers plays the Mendelssohn Violin Concerto in E Minor with the Hiroshima Symphony, Maestro Akiyama conducting. See more of Anne at www.anneakikomeyers.com Posted by Bill Townsend www.amatifoundation.org Recorded October 19, 2005.
Heifetz-Mendelssohn Violin Concerto E Minor (Op. 64)-Part 2
Heifetz-Mendelssohn Violin Concerto E Minor (Op. 64)-Part 2 Violin virtuoso Jascha Heifetz plays the Allegro movement from Felix Mendelssohn's Violin Concerto in E Minor (Op. 64) with the Boston Symphonic Orchestra. The picture is one of Heifetz. This part 2 of 2, so please watch part 1 if you have not already. Enjoy and thanks for watching.
Mira speelt Kinderstücke op. 72 nr. 2 van Felix Mendelssohn
Mira speelt Kinderstücke op. 72 nr. 2 van Felix Mendelssohn Ik ben 10 jaar en dit is mijn inzending voor de Classic Express.
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