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Voi che sapete (Mozart) by Caroline Luik
Voi che sapete (Mozart) by Caroline Luik In the television song contest for classical singers - Una Voce Particolare - Caroline Luik is performing Voi,che sapete from Mozart's Le Nozze de Figaro. Also take a look at
Cosi fan tutte: "Soave sia il vento"
Cosi fan tutte: "Soave sia il vento" "Soave sia il vento", Terzettino sung by A.Roocroft(Fiordiligi), R.Mannion(Dorabella)and C.Nicolai(Don Alfonso) with The English Baroque Soloists conducted by JEGardiner: FIORDILIGI, DORABELLA E DON ALFONSO; Soave sia il vento, Tranquilla sia londa Ed ogni elemento Benigno risponda Ai vostri desir.
Mozart d-minor Fantasie (with cadenza) - Alexander Moravcsik
Mozart d-minor Fantasie (with cadenza) - Alexander Moravcsik Mozart never completed his famous d-minor Fantasie. The last 10 bars were added by his publisher. The manuscript we have ends in a dominant "cadenza" chord in A. Various pianists have responded in various ways: Mitsuko Uchida's solution, for example, is to recompose the final 10 bars using material from the opening. My 12-year old son, Alexander Moravcsik, studies both classical and jazz piano, and his solution has been to write a cadenza eventually returning to the chord and the traditional ending. (Thanks to his jazz teacher, Sean Teter, for encouragement.) Here is the result from a recital in Princeton, NJ on 10 December 2011, beginning with a few words from his classical teacher, Esma Filipovic. The cadenza runs from 7'20" to 9'38".
ECLIPSE with MOZART by Peter Ruellan
ECLIPSE with MOZART by Peter Ruellan Mozart's Figaro remixed by me (originally from MUSOPEN) pics from google of eclipses in antartic
Mozart - "Ein Musikalischer Spaß" K522 - Mov 1/4
Mozart - "Ein Musikalischer Spaß" K522 - Mov 1/4 WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART (1756-1791) Divertimento for two horns and single strings "Ein Musikalischer Spaß" (A Musical Joke) 1. Allegro Performed by Le Concert des Nations Directed by Jordi Savall *"A Musical Joke" is a composition by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; the composer entered it in his Verzeichnis aller meiner Werke ('Catalogue of all my Works') on June 14, 1787. The music is intentionally written to be funny, being liberally sprinkled with obtrusively clumsy, mechanical and over-repetitive composition, together with passages evidently designed to mimic the effects of inaccurate notation and inept performance. Commentators have opined that the piece's purpose is satirical -- that "[its] harmonic and rhythmic gaffes serve to parody the work of incompetent composers" -- though Mozart himself is not known to have revealed his actual intentions. The piece consists of four movements, using forms shared with many other classical divertimenti. Nevertheless, the music has potential to appeal to the average audience of that time as a comedy, including: 1. Use of asymmetrical phrasing, or not phrasing by four measure groups, at the beginning of the first movement, which is very uncommon for the classical period. 2. Use of secondary dominants where subdominant chords are just fair. 3. The use of discords in the French horns, satirizing the incompetence of the copyist, or the hornist grabbing the wrong crook. 4. Use of a whole tone scale in the violinist's high register, probably ...
Mozart - Variations in F major "Salve tu Domine" KV 398
Mozart - Variations in F major "Salve tu Domine" KV 398 Richard Pohl - live in Olomouc during the "Bravo Mozart 2006" series.
Mozart: Rondo Alla Turca トルコ行進曲 (newer version)
Mozart: Rondo Alla Turca トルコ行進曲 (newer version) 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: Please browse the selection of Dr. Hall's personal hand-picked recommendations related to music and this video! HALL'S COMPLETE RECORDINGS, CLASSICAL TO RAGTIME THE HIGHEST RATED COMPLETE CD SET OF MOZART SONATAS: BRENDEL PLAYING BEETHOVEN SONATAS & CONCERTOS (CD): BARENBOIM PLAYING MOZART SONATAS (DVD): AWARD WINNING DOCUMENTARY ON MOZART (DVD): PIANO BOOK OF MOZART'S MOST POPULAR PIECES: GREAT PIANO TECHNIQUE BOOK OF SCALES AND ARPEGGIOS: EXCELLENT BOOK OF HANON PIANO TECHNIQUE EXERCISES:
Mozart - Symphony No. 35 in D Major "Haffner" - Mov. 2/4
Mozart - Symphony No. 35 in D Major "Haffner" - Mov. 2/4 WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART (1756-1791) Symphony for orchestra and timpani in D major K385 "Haffner" 2. Andante Performed by The English Concert Directed by Trevor Pinnock *Symphony No. 35 in D major, K. 385 was composed in 1782 and is also called the Haffner Symphony. It was commissioned by the Haffners, a prominent Salzburg family, for the occasion of Sigmund Haffner's ennoblement. The Haffner Symphony should not be confused with the Haffner Serenade, another piece Mozart wrote on commission from the same family. The Haffner Serenade, K. 250, is in eight movements and was composed six years earlier in 1776. The Haffner Symphony did not start its life as a symphony, but rather as a serenade to be used as background music for the ennoblement of Sigmund Haffner. The Mozarts knew the Haffners through Sigmund Haffner's father, also Sigmund Haffner, who had been mayor of Salzburg and who had helped them out on their early tours of Europe. The elder Haffner died in 1772, but the families remained in contact. In 1776, the younger Haffner commissioned a serenade for the wedding of Marie Elizabeth Haffner to Franz Xavier Spath. This work became the famous Haffner Serenade which was so successful that, when the younger Sigmund Haffner was to be ennobled, it was only natural that Mozart was called upon to write the music for the occasion. The request to write music actually came via Mozart's father on 20 July, 1782 when Mozart had no spare time. Mozart was "up to his eyeballs with work ...
MOZART: Symphony / Sinfonía nº 40 & Cafés de Viena / The best cla
MOZART: Symphony / Sinfonía nº 40 & Cafés de Viena / The best cla WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART , completo era Johannes Chrysostomus Wolfgangus Theophilus Mozart, (nació en Salzburgo, Austria el 27 de enero de 1756 y murió en Viena, Austria el 5 de Diciembre de 1791), fue un compositor y pianista austriaco, maestro del Clasicismo, considerado como uno de los músicos más influyentes y destacados de la historia. La obra mozartiana abarca todos los géneros musicales y alcanza más de 600 creaciones, reconocidas como obras maestras de la música sinfónica, concertante, de cámara, para piano, operística y coral, logrando una popularidad y difusión universal. La obra de Mozart comprende 626 opus. son 41 sinfónias, destacan la n° 35, 36 , 38, n° 39, 40 y 41 ; Conciertos (27 para piano,5 para violín y varios para otros instrumentos , flauta, sonatas para piano, para piano y violín, adagios, 61 divertimentos, serenatas, marchas y 2 óperas. European Baroque architecture famous songs symphonies. French music and relax. Canción, canciones para estudiar , bebes y relax. Mozartmania. MÚSICA : Sinfonía n°40 en sol menor, in g minor K 550 (Symphony n° 40th) ; 1er,1st movement, primer Movimiento, sinfonie, symphonie , en los cafés de Viena , interpretada por "Waldo de los Rios" y su orquesta. Recorrida por los famosos / famous cafés y Konditorei de Viena/Vienna/Wien (confiterías de / Viennese coffe shop), durante la primavera (Mayo) de 2009. Vienna Cafés. Breakfast with intellectuals. Algunos de los cafés de Viena son lugares famosos,Griensteidl,el Landtmann ...