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Mussorgsky - Great Gate of Kiev (Богатырские ворота
Mussorgsky - Great Gate of Kiev (Богатырские ворота Russian evening. Gimnazija Kranj Great Christmas Concert 2007. Pictures at Exhibiton is one of highlight in classical music world. The best know performance is from Fritz Reiner, but Nejc Bečan surpasses his interpretation in all way. Revijski orkeser Gimnazije Kranj is the best and most charming youth orchestra in Slovenia. For grand finale they blow out audience with amazing power in control. Audience take long standing applause. It was trilling and special moment. Everybody was enchanted with russian power of music and youth energy. Really amazing. Must see. Conductor: Nejc Bečan, concert director: Primož Zevnik Ruski večer. Veliki božični koncert Gimnazije Kranj. Poseben sklepen in čaroben zaključek koncerta. Revijski orkester je pognal občinstvo na noge. Tole je ena najboljših interpretacij Mussorgskega. Mladi člani orkestra so občinstvo začarali. Bil je to poseben trenutek, ko sta se srečala mladostna energija mladih glasbenikov in moč in veličina ruske glasbe. Noro. Dirigent in aranžer: Nejc Bečan, programski direktor koncerta: Primož Zevnik
The Sabre Dance
The Sabre Dance listenclassicalmusic.blogspot.com http Classical Music Composer: Aram Khachaturian Sabre Dance "The Sabre Dance" (Armenian: Սուսերով Պար) is a movement in the final act of the Armenian composer Aram Khachaturian's (Ара́м Ильи́ч Хачатуря́н, Aram Il'ič Xačaturjan) ballet Gayane (Гаянэ), completed in 1942. It evokes a whirling war dance in an Armenian dance, where the dancers display their skill with sabres. Its middle section incorporates an Armenian folk song from Gyumri. Due to its exceptionally exciting rhythm, "The Sabre Dance" established a place for itself in common concert practice, leading also to various adaptations in popular music. Its recognizable ostinato and popular melodies have made "Sabre Dance" a popular concert band piece. The orchestral version is written in G major. It starts out with a recognizable motif ostinato with the timpani and strings that can be heard throughout much of the piece. The upper woodwinds and keyboard percussion take an exciting dance melody, later accompanied by the low brass. Then the strings come in with a folk song melody. The first melody is then briefly recapitulated. Descending chromatic eighth notes bring the piece down to straight eighth notes on the note G in the low strings. The piece ends on ascending quarter notes. Classical music in popular culture Cover versions "The Sabre Dance" has been covered by performers such as jazz musician Woody Herman, vocal trio The Andrews Sisters, rock and roll musician Dave ...
Howard Hanson - Symphony No. 3 - Movement No. 2: Andante tranquillo
Howard Hanson - Symphony No. 3 - Movement No. 2: Andante tranquillo Symphony No. 3, Op. 33 - II. Andante tranquillo Composer: Howard Hanson (1896-1981) Performer: Seattle Symphony Conductor: Gerard Schwarz Howard Harold Hanson (October 28, 1896 February 26, 1981) was an American composer, conductor, educator, music theorist, and ardent champion of American classical music. Director for 40 years of the Eastman School of Music, he built a top quality school and provided unparalleled opportunities for commissioning and performing American music. He won a Pulitzer Prize for one of his works and received numerous other awards. Hanson was born in Wahoo, Nebraska to Swedish parents, Hans and Hilma (Eckstrom) Hanson. In his youth he studied music with his mother. Later, he studied at Luther College in Wahoo, receiving a diploma in 1911, then at the Institute of Musical Art in New York City, where he studied with the composer and music theorist Percy Goetschius in 1914. Afterwards he attended Northwestern University, where he studied composition with church music expert Peter Lutkin and Arne Oldberg in Chicago. Throughout his education, Hanson studied piano, cello and trombone. Hanson earned his BA degree in music from Northwestern University in 1916, where he began his teaching career as a teacher's assistant. In 1916, Hanson was hired for his first full-time position as a music theory and composition teacher at the College of the Pacific in California. Only three years later, the college appointed him Dean of the Conservatory of Fine Arts in ...
Peter Nero practice session Moszkowski Etincelles
Peter Nero practice session Moszkowski Etincelles Peter Nero pracitcing Moszkowski Etincelles Op. 36 No. 6 as a warm up, before a concert. You didn't know he was classically trained? This is just his warm up. Notice the Horowitz ending? He was Vladimir Horowitz's favorite pianist. Nobody plays the piano like Peter Nero. He can play anything. Enjoy!
Ludovico Einaudi - Divenire Live @ Palazzo Te (Mantova)
Ludovico Einaudi - Divenire Live @ Palazzo Te (Mantova) Ludovico Einaudi performing Divenire at Palazzo Te (Mantova) on July 14th 2007. Explore Einaudi's music and share your thoughts tinyurl.com Get a free track download from Einaudi: tinyurl.com
Musicians@Google: WNYC's Radiolab + Zoë Keating
Musicians@Google: WNYC's Radiolab + Zoë Keating Jad Abumrad and Robert Krulwich, hosts of WNYC's 'Radiolab', join avant-cellist Zoë Keating for a discussion on the creative process. For more information about WNYC's Radiolab, please visit radiolab.org For more information about Zoë Keating, please visit http This event took place on March 25, 2011 at The Googleplex in Mountain View, CA.
zapateado joaquin rodrigo
zapateado joaquin rodrigo zapateado from tres piezas españolas by joaquin rodrigo performed by alvaro rodriguez. live recording boadilla auditorium (Madrid). classical guitar by paco marin
Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco - Irina Kulikova
Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco - Irina Kulikova Guitar Concerto N.1 in D major, op. 99 (1939), second movement. Final 41st Classical Guitar Competition "Michele Pittaluga", Alessandria 2008, first prize Irina Kulikova. With the Orchestra del Conservatorio "Vivaldi", conducted by Paolo Ferrara. More information: www.irinakulikova.com.
"Che farò senza Euridice"
"Che farò senza Euridice" Countertenor Eric Stylianou sings the aria "Che farò senza Euridice" from the opera "Orfeo Ed Euridice" by Christoph Willibald Gluck.
Christopher McGuire Villa-Lobos Prelude # 1
Christopher McGuire Villa-Lobos Prelude # 1 Live performance, "A Tribute to Andres Segovia" at Caruth Auditorium, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas. Performed by Christopher McGuire, former student of Segovia and Artistic Director of the Fort Worth Classic Guitar Society and the Allegro Guitar Society of Dallas. Guitar built by Chris Carrington. www.guitarsociety.org, http A film by Gerald Jones, www.acousticmusiccamp.com
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