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CANCIONES INFANTILES EN PIANO 1
CANCIONES INFANTILES EN PIANO 1 A little group of classical children's songs played at the Piano. Enjoy them!!!
Concerto flauti @ S.Andrea 1
Concerto flauti @ S.Andrea 1 Alessandro Schiattone, primo flautista in concerto per il 1° Concorso Nazionale "Melzo Giovani" organizzato dal Liceo Scientifico "Giordano Bruno", vincitore del primo premio nella categoria A (nati nel 1997)
Raff - Piano Concerto in C minor, Op. 185 - Part 2/3
Raff - Piano Concerto in C minor, Op. 185 - Part 2/3 Piano Concerto in C minor, Op. 185 I. Allegro II. Andante quasi larghetto III. Finale: Allegro Composer: Joseph Joachim Raff (1822-1882) Performer: Michael Ponti (piano) & Hamburg Symphony Orchestra Conductor: Richard Kapp Raff was born in Lachen in Switzerland. He was largely self-taught in music, studying the subject while working as a schoolmaster. He sent some of his piano compositions to Felix Mendelssohn who recommended them to Breitkopf and Härtel for publication. They were published in 1844 and received a favourable review in Robert Schumann's journal, the Neue Zeitschrift für Musik, which prompted Raff to go to Zürich and take up composition full time. In 1845, Raff walked to Basel to hear Franz Liszt play the piano. After a period in Stuttgart where he became friends with the conductor Hans von Bülow, he worked as Liszt's assistant at Weimar from 1850 to 1853. During this time he helped Liszt in the orchestration of several of his works, claiming to have had a particularly big part in orchestrating the symphonic poem Tasso. In 1851, Raff's opera König Alfred was staged in Weimar, and five years later he moved to Wiesbaden where he largely devoted himself to composition. From 1877 he was the first Director of, and a teacher at, the Hoch Conservatory in Frankfurt am Main. There he employed Clara Schumann and a number of other eminent musicians as teachers, and established a class specifically for female composers (this was at a time when women composers were not ...
1-Tartini violin concerto in G Major D.78
1-Tartini violin concerto in G Major D.78 Felix Ayo playing Guiseppe Tartini's violin concerto in G major D.78 Movement 1 - allegro I Giovani Musici Felix Ayo: violin, conductor Taken from: G. Tartini - Violin Concertos vol. 3 brought to you by Dynamic
Georges Bizet - "Les Toreadors" from Carmen Suite No. 1
Georges Bizet - "Les Toreadors" from Carmen Suite No. 1 Georges Bizet Carmen Suite No. 1 "Les Toreadors" London Festival Orchestra Alfred Scholz
Miklós Rózsa Cello Concerto, Op. 32 (excerpt)
Miklós Rózsa Cello Concerto, Op. 32 (excerpt) An excerpt from the first movement of the cello concerto of Hungarian film and classical composer Miklós Rózsa, recorded by cellist Brinton Averil Smith with the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra and conductor James Sedares from a 1998 Koch release.
Clementi: Sonatina in C major, op. 36 no. 1 (complete)
Clementi: Sonatina in C major, op. 36 no. 1 (complete) I. Spiritoso 0:04 II. Andante 1:33 III. Vivace 3:04 BACHSCHOLAR: www.bachscholar.com COMPLETE MUSIC THEORY COURSE ralkram.gidcmtc.hop.clickbank.net LEARN WITH ROCKET PIANO: ralkram.rpiano.hop.clickbank.net BEST SHEET MUSIC: www.sheetmusicplus.com Clementi Sonatina Playlist: www.youtube.com ABOUT THE ARTIST: 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." CORY HALL (b. 1963) is a retired concert artist, college professor, and church organist who currently devotes his time to making YouTube videos and composing. He wishes to inspire and offer advice to aspiring pianists and musicians worldwide via videos with his thought-provoking performances and tutorials. An independent scholar as well as performer, Hall holds graduate degrees in piano and historical musicology from The Eastman School of Music and The University of Kansas. BachScholar™ website: www.bachscholar.com. Please browse the selection of Dr. Hall's personal hand-picked recommendations related to music and this video! HALL'S CLEMENTI ALBUM & MORE www.cdbaby.com CD OF HOROWITZ PLAYING CLEMENTI SONATAS: www.amazon.com CD OF CLEMENTI'S COMPLETE ORCHESTRAL WORKS: www.amazon.com PIANO BOOK OF ALL CLEMENTI'S SONATINAS & SONATAS: www.amazon.com PIANO BOOK OF CLEMENTI'S OP. 36, 37, 38 SONATINAS ...
Jean Hubeau:SONATA for Trumpet 1st & 2nd mov. Final
Jean Hubeau:SONATA for Trumpet 1st & 2nd mov. Final Jean Hubeau:SONATA played by KANAE HAMAKUBO. She is 11 years old. This video is "2007 Japan classical music competition" final. She is wearing the correction apparatuses of teeth. 群馬県前橋市立細井小学校6年浜窪 伽苗
Heitor Villa Lobos - Prelude No. 1 - Classical guitar
Heitor Villa Lobos - Prelude No. 1 - Classical guitar ...I played a few notes more than in the written score ;-)
Nikolai Rakov - Concert Etude #4
Nikolai Rakov - Concert Etude #4 Rakov's beautiful 4th concert etude. I was amazed to find, when posting this, that there were no solo piano works at all by Rakov on youtube. Which is very unfortunate, as his music is beautiful - this work being one of his most beautiful for solo piano. Here's hoping this post (and some others I hope to make) increase public awareness of an overlooked composer for piano. I'm always astounded at the lack of repertoire awareness by the majority of pianists today. Too many pianists are trapped in the Romantic era repertoire - to the extent where works like this are ignored for many years. Rakov's style is often dubbed as Late Romantic - however, harmonically, Rakov is very akin to jazz music. In this work (and most other piano works by Rakov) he employs the use of a quartal harmonic system (as opposed to the standard triadic system). This is more akin to jazz than to Romantcism. As with the key employed. The piece is primarily in the key of A lydian dominant (A overtone), which is, once again, a commonly used mode in jazz music. Another example of this key used in a 'classical' context is Debussy's L'Isle Joyeuse. For a very modern example, all one has to do is listen to the Simpsons theme tune. For me, Rakov is what we would get if we crossed Bill Evans wth Rachmaninoff. A poor wikipedia article has helped to reinforce the generally negative view held by the West with regards to Rakov. Anyway, here's hoping you enjoy this great piece of music. The score is available ...
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