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Alla Nikitskaya plays Schumann, Debussy, Rachmaninov, Scriabin
Alla Nikitskaya plays Schumann, Debussy, Rachmaninov, Scriabin Alla Nikitskaya, contemporary pianist, plays assorted classical pieces at Main Sound Stage, Brunswick, ME and Studio Metronome, Brookline, NH. R.Schumann. Fantasy in C Major, Op. 17, part 1 C.Debussy. "Claire de Lune" in D Flat Major from "Suite Bergamasque" C.Debussy. "Doctor Gradus ad Parnassum" in C Major from "Children's Corner" S.Rachmaninov. Prelude in C Sharp Minor, Op.3, No.2 A.Scriabin. Prelude in E Flat minor, Op.11, No.14 A.Scriabin. Prelude in B Major, Op.16, No.1
Mussorgsky - Pictures at an Exibition, The Great Gate of Kiev
Mussorgsky - Pictures at an Exibition, The Great Gate of Kiev By: Mussorgsky Album: Timelife - Classical Power Fire
KALINNIKOV, Vasily Sergeyevich : Symphony No. 1 in G minor 1. Allegr
KALINNIKOV, Vasily Sergeyevich : Symphony No. 1 in G minor 1. Allegr CLASSICAL MASTERPIECES SOUND LIBRARY Over 500 Files - FREE MP3 Downloads classical-music.sakura.ne.jp
R.Strauss. Zerbinetta (Ariadne auf Naxos). SOFIA FOMINA (soprano)
R.Strauss. Zerbinetta (Ariadne auf Naxos). SOFIA FOMINA (soprano) Recital-2009, Saarbrucken. Martin Straubel (piano) Sofia Fomina was born in 1982.She studied singing at the Orlovsk Music College and the Academy of Music from Moscow.Her teachers are GNZnamenskaya,ZADolukhanova and PAKudriavcienko.She has attended master-classes given by Michael Pole and Eva Martson. She was a prize-winner at the 9.International Mozart Competition Salzburg 2006.Sofia Fomina sang the role of Despina in Mozarts Cosi fan tutte;Susanna in Mozarts Le nozze di Figaro in the Novosibirsk Opera Theatre under Theodor Kurentsis;was a solist in Carl Orffs Carmina Burana,Mozarts motet Exultate jubilate,Handel Dixit dominus She took part in the 7th Sviridov Festival and in the festival Three Centuries of Classical Art Song.She held song and lied recitals in Japan,Letuan. Her repertoire includes Belinda Dido and Aeneas,Susanna Le Nozze di Figaro, Despina Cosi fan tutte, Musetta,Mimi La Boheme. Marfa Tsars Bride, Snow maiden Snow maiden, and Ludmila Ruslan and Ludmila.
Andreas Moutsioulis plays Fantasia in D minor by David Kellner
Andreas Moutsioulis plays Fantasia in D minor by David Kellner Official website: www.andreas-moutsioulis.com New CD release "Classical Styles for Today" www.classical-styles-for-today.com
Paul Dessau, "Guernica"
Paul Dessau, "Guernica" The German composer Paul Dessau wrote this piece on the destruction of Guernica in 1937. According to Dessau himself, the piece was composed after Picasso's famous painting.
Classical medley
Classical medley Medley of 9 well-known classical pieces: Grieg - Piano Concerto in A minor Brahms - Hungarian Dance No 5 Bach / Gounod - Ave Maria (based on Bach's Prelude in C) Tchaikovsky - Piano Concerto No 1 Beethoven - Sonata No 8 (Pathetique), 2nd movement Monti - Czardas Chopin - Etude Op. 10, No. 12 (Revolutionary) Liszt - Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2, 2nd movement
The Modern Jazz Quartet 1969 ~ Adagio From Concierto De Aranjuez
The Modern Jazz Quartet 1969 ~ Adagio From Concierto De Aranjuez Recorded: New York City, NY Spring 1969 Personnel: John Lewis -- Piano Milt Jackson -- Vibraphone Percy Heath -- Bass Connie Kay -- Drums " The Concierto de Aranjuez " is a composition in three movements for classical guitar and orchestra by the Spanish composer Joaquín Rodrigo. Written in 1939, it is probably Rodrigo's best-known work, and its success established his reputation as one of the most significant Spanish composers of the twentieth century. " Space" was one of two albums the Modern Jazz Quartet recorded for The Beatles' Apple Records in 1969.
Benjamin Britten: Fanfare for St. Edmundsbury
Benjamin Britten: Fanfare for St. Edmundsbury Britten's fanfare was performed by Mr. Zsolt Nagy Major (principal trumpet of the Weimar Staatskapelle), Mr. Balázs Nemes (principal trumpet of the Sinfonieorchester des Hessischen Rundfunks, Frankfurt am Main) and Mr. Tamás Németh (associate principal of the Győr Philharmonic Orchestra, Hungary). This was the opening piece for the second part of a tribute concert to celebrate the 70th birthday of Ms. Éva Nagyiván, the beloved trumpet teacher of generations in Hungary. She had been taught at music schools and music high schools (secondary schools of music) in the cities of Veszprém and Budapest, and she was assisstant professor for trumpet at the Franz Liszt Music Academy Teachers' Training College in Győr for a decade. She is the co-writer of a four volume trumpet tutor (Varasdy−Nagyiván−Sztán: Trombitaiskola) which serves as the basis of the elementary curriculum of trumpet teaching not only in Hungary, but the first two books of it in France as well. About the performers: Mr. Zsolt Nagy Major was taught by Ms. Nagyiván at the Veszprém Secondary School of Music between 1983 and 1986. He graduated with MA degree in classical music performance and trumpet teaching from the Franz Liszt Academy of Music (class of Mr. Frigyes Varasdy) in Budapest 1991. Since 1992 he lives in Weimar, Germany having the post of the principal trumpet at the Weimar Staatskapelle. Mr. Balázs Nemes began trumpet playing under the direction of Ms. Éva Nagyiván in Budapest 1987 aged 11. Later he ...
BUXTEHUDE Erhalt uns, Herr, bei deinem Wort BuxWV 185 - Simone Stell
BUXTEHUDE Erhalt uns, Herr, bei deinem Wort BuxWV 185 - Simone Stell Simone Stella plays organ choral prelude "Erhalt uns, Herr, bei deinem Wort" (BuxWV 185) by Dieterich Buxtehude Dietrich Buxtehude (ca. 1637 - 1707) is probably most familiar to modern classical music audiences as the man who inspired the young Johann Sebastian Bach to make a lengthy pilgrimage to Lubeck, Buxtehude's place of employment and residence for most of his life, just to hear Buxtehude play the organ. But Buxtehude was a major figure among German Baroque composers in his own right. Though we do not have copies of much of the work that most impressed his contemporaries, Buxtehude nonetheless left behind a body of vocal and instrumental music which is distinguished by its contrapuntal skill, devotional atmosphere, and raw intensity. He helped develop the form of the church cantata, later perfected by Bach, and he was just as famous a virtuoso on the organ. No documentation exists for Buxtehude's birth, though he said late in life that he was a native Dane. Since his father, Johannes, was organist and schoolmaster at Oldesloe, Denmark, until 1638, it is a reasonable guess that Dietrich was born there. Johannes moved to Helsingborg in 1638 and to Helsingor in 1641 or 1642, where he stayed until 1671. After learning the organ at the feet of his father, Buxtehude became organist at his father's former church in Helsingor in 1657 or 1658; he then moved to a German-speaking congregation in Helsingborg in 1660. Buxtehude decided to stop following in his father's footsteps ...
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