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Sergio Vellatti - Nessun Dorma
Sergio Vellatti - Nessun Dorma "Nessun Dorma (None Shall Sleep)" is an aria from the final act of Giacomo Puccini's opera, "Turandot", and has become one of the best-known tenor arias in all of opera. Many singers of all genre's have covered this powerful aria since the infancy of "Turondot" (1926), including: Mario Lanza, Placido Domingo, Jose Carreras, Michael Bolton, Aretha Franklin, and Italian pop star, Mina. However, the song is most commonly identified with no other than the late, great tenor, Luciano Pavarotti. "Nessun Dorma" achieved pop status after Luciano Pavarotti's recording of it was used as the theme song of BBC television's coverage of the 1990 FIFA World Cup in Italy. It subsequently reached #2 on the UK Singles Chart, the highest placing ever by a classical recording. I am not a tenor, nor am I an opera singer, but I have been enamored with this beautiful aria for a very long time and thought I'd give it a try. I hope you can appreciate my rendition of "Nessun Dorma". Thank you all for your continued encouragement and support! Please rate, comment and if you haven't done so yet......SUBSCRIBE! :D ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Lyrics (English Translation): No one shall sleep!... No one shall sleep! Even you, o Princess, in your cold room, watch the stars, that tremble with love and with hope. But my secret is hidden within me, my name no one shall know... No!...No!... On your mouth I will tell it when the light ...
Air by J.S. Bach and Poem by Fibich
Air by J.S. Bach and Poem by Fibich Gennady Potaschnik on clarinet and Schwester Ninel Potaschnik on piano perform "Air" by J.S. Bach and "Poem" by Fibich.
The Classical Side of Wynton Marsalis
The Classical Side of Wynton Marsalis These are a few of Marsalis' best pieces
Mauro Giuliani - "Sonate Brilliante" (op.15, 1st mvmt)
Mauro Giuliani - "Sonate Brilliante" (op.15, 1st mvmt) Sorry about the bad notes at the end - it's hard to get everything perfect. This is a pretty boring video of me playing a classical piece by Mauro Guiliani, my second favourite composer after Fernando Sor. For something more exciting, please check out my other videos! Unfortunately, this video does NOT contain ANY of the following exciting things (though I wish it did): Tiny avatoss 9HP ES vs. QoP Zeus vs 3 heroes pudge hook potm arrow lina blink from es fissure ownage 1337 leet hax haxxor fucking godlike uber micro + macro gosu pro-ness proz pro-gamer sky vs. moon vs. sky vs. grubby vs. moon vs. grubby vs. sky vs. TH vs. FoV vs. Cassandra / Grubby's GF / Grubby's Girlfriend / Grubby's hot Singaporean supermodel gives tutorial on playing Night Elves / NE Godlike sky push sky micro micromanagement human mirror HU vs. HU English commentary Japanese commentary Korean commentary Moon uber leet wisp moonwell DK death coil Moon goblin zeppelin vs. Sky archmage + footmen HU vs. NE vs. OR vs. OC vs. UD UD chain nuke and sleep-surround tutorial HU 3 min expo tutorial, HU 2:30 tower rush tutorial, OR / OC 2 min burrow rush tutorial Grubby loses BM to creeps P v P v T v T v Z v Z v P v Z v T SCV rush, bunker rush SCV vs. Siege Tank SCV vs. Goliath SCV vs. Probe, SCV vs. Drone, CV vs. SCV SCV vs. Nexus, SCV vs. Hatchery, SCV vs. CC SCV vs. Hydra SCV vs. Ultra SCV vs. High Templar SCV vs. Dark Templar (/w detection) SCV vs. Reaver SCV vs. photon cannon, SCV vs. sunken colony SCV ...
Aug.Kiel-Horn Concerto in F(Radek Baborak)ARD Competition in Munich(
Aug.Kiel-Horn Concerto in F(Radek Baborak)ARD Competition in Munich( Radek Baborak is principal hornist of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, winner at many international competitions and one of the world's most exceptional hornists. As a soloist, he is a frequent guest of leading orchestras and cooperates with top conductors. His repertoire comprises of the complete horn work from baroque until the present. Born in Pardubice, Czech Republic, in 1976, into a family with a long music tradition, Radek began his astonishing career at the age of eight, when he was given a French horn to play, as it was a comparatively inexpensive and therefore affordable instrument. He took to it immediately and after only two years under tutelage of Prof. Karel Krenek was already able to publicly perform with all Mozarts Horn Concerto with the Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra of his home town. He soon became a laureate winner of all national competitions. At the age of twelve, Radek was awarded 1st Prize at the Concertino Praga Radio Competitions and three years later, he came 3rd at the prestigious Prague Spring International Competitions and received the Grand Prix Unesco. From 1989 to 1994 he continued his Studies with Prof. Bedrich Tylsar at the Conservatory of Prague and graduated with distinction. During his studies, Radek received various laureate prizes at International Competitions. * 2nd Prize in Geneva, 1993 * 1st Prize at the ARD Competition in Munich, 1994 * 1st Prize in Markneukirchen, 1994 * Grammy Classic Award, 1995 * 1st Prize in chamber music ...
Duo for Clarinet and Piano
Duo for Clarinet and Piano Duo for Clarinet and Piano by Norbert Burgmuller recorded April 17th, 2011 Featuring: - Trevor K. Ousey, Clarinet - Soojin Joo, Piano From the program notes: A German composer, Norbert Burgmüller's compositions quickly earned him recognition from Felix Mendelssohn because of his style. During his short musical career, his compositional style evolved from Romantic to classical often borrowing elements of each. Unfortunately, after gaining significant recognition in Europe, Burgmüller died in an accident at a spa in Paris at only 26 years of age. The duo for clarinet and piano has three movements performed without break. The opening movement introduces the lush theme followed by technical elaborations and decoration. The middle movement is in a slow triple feel and allows the clarinet and piano to borrow time and melody from each other. The final movement recaps some of the first movement, but introduces new tonality before coming to the climatic end. About the performers: A native of South Korea, Soojin Joo began her musical studies at the age of five. She is a graduate of the Seoul National University, where she received her Bachelor of Music degree in piano. She has also earned a Masters degree from the Jacobs School of Music under the guidance of Emile Naoumoff. Currently, Soojin is working on a Performance Diploma degree at IU, where she also holds an associate instructorship post. Along with her piano performance as a soloist, she has had the opportunity to receive ...
CONCERTO A PIZZICO by Victor Kioulaphides - Het CONSORT
CONCERTO A PIZZICO by Victor Kioulaphides - Het CONSORT The 'CONCERTO per orchestra a pizzico' by Victor Kioulaphides was composed for and dedicated to the Dutch Mandolin Chamber Orchestra HET CONSORT conducted by Alex Timmerman. The work was written in 2004 and is one of the larger works (aprox. 18 minutes) for plucked instruments by Kioulaphides. It is scored for 1st and 2nd mandolins, mandolas, guitars, a mandoloncello and a chitarrone moderno. The premiere of this delightful composition took place in the Concert hall of the Stedelijke Muziekschool in Groningen (Netherlands) on Saturday 19th of March (2005) in the presence of the composer. The Concerto consists of the following three movements: Sinfonia - Notturno - Rondo finale: "Telemanniana". The last movement is video taped here. The complete 'Concerto per orchestra a pizzico' will be included on our new CD which is scheduled to be released for January 2008. Victor Kioulaphides about the Concerto per orchestra a pizzico: "The form of the piece was determined during several conversations with Alex: We mused over the idea of a concerto in the usual sense, one presumptively featuring, accompanied by the rest of the ensemble; we also considered some sort of a concerto grosso with more than one soloist. The final outcome, ie taking the multiplicity of soloists to the maximum, was a work that features each and every section as occasional soloists, all the way from the first mandolins to the warm, soulful chitarrone". The Concerto per orchestra a pizzico is, as mentioned above ...
Andreas Johansson plays Barrios
Andreas Johansson plays Barrios Talented swedish classical guitar player Andreas Johansson plays Vals nr. 3, By Barrios
Solfeggietto (Solfeggio) in C Minor - Tzvi Erez, piano. CPE Bach
Solfeggietto (Solfeggio) in C Minor - Tzvi Erez, piano. CPE Bach Niv Store: Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach (1714-1788) was the most famous son of Johann Sebastian Bach. His writings and compositions greatly influenced Hayden, Mozart, Beethoven, Chopin and many other great composers. This selection, often called Solfeggietto, is a brilliant showpiece. Published in 1770, it is one of his best known works. Tzvi Erez plays the Bosendorfer, from the upcoming new release of "Intimate Recital" on Niv Classical. Special thank you to BachScholar for Tempo discussions. 2010 Niv Classical.
National Trumpet Competition 2009 Finals Junior Division, 2nd Place
National Trumpet Competition 2009 Finals Junior Division, 2nd Place National Trumpet Competition Finals , 2nd Place, Robin Seitz performing "Four variations on a theme by Domenico Scarlatti" by French composer Marcel Bitsch. Robin is a high school freshman (14) in Portland, OR