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The Budapest String Quartet plays Mozart : "Dissonance" Quartet I
The Budapest String Quartet plays Mozart : "Dissonance" Quartet I Adagio, Allegro recorded in 1932 Josef Roisman - violin Alexander Schneider - violin István Ipolyi - viola Mischa Schneider - cello Founded in 1917 in Budapest, Hungary, the Budapest Quartet became the most internationally successful chamber ensemble of modern times. Across 50 years, and a repertory ranging from Mozart to Bartók, the group brought chamber music of these composers to audiences on two continents, and further popularized the music through their recordings. The Budapest Quartet's original members were Emil Hauser, Imre Poganyi, Istvan Ipolyi, and Harry Son, all of whom had played in the Budapest Opera Orchestra. Their debut concert in 1917, at Kolozsvar in Hungary, was a great success, and by the early 1920s they'd begun touring Europe. The group was acclaimed by audiences and critics everywhere for their superb ensemble playing and the depth and insight that they brought to their repertory, which extended from the Classical to the contemporary, including the quartets of Bartók and Kodály. The group flourished during the late 1920s and early 1930s despite numerous membership changes. Joseph Roisman, who joined on second violin in 1927, became the leader of the group a few years later, replacing Emil Hauser in the 1930s. Ipolyi was succeeded by Alexander Schneider, while Son was replaced by Schneider's brother Mischa, and in 1936 Boris Kroyt joined on the viola. The second generation Budapest Quartet was, if anything, even more technically impressive than the ...
Kyrie MOZART (KV 90)
Kyrie MOZART (KV 90) Kyrie von WA Mozart . Live-Mitschnitt. Philharmonischer Chor Neubrandenburg
Mozart - Aria for Tenor and Orchestra "Va, dal furor portata" in C
Mozart - Aria for Tenor and Orchestra "Va, dal furor portata" in C Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 - 1791) Concert Aria for Tenor and Orchestra "Va, dal furor portata" in C major, KV 21 / 19c ·Allegro Tenor: Thomas Moser Leopold Hager / Mozarteum-Orchester Salzburg Orchestation: · 2 Oboes · 2 Cornos (C) · 2 Bassoons · Strings (optional Cembalo in the basso part) "Va, dal furor portata" is an early concert aria by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. It was written 1765 in London, during the Mozart family Grand Tour around Europe when Mozart was nine years old. The words are from Pietro Metastasio's Ezio, act II, scene 4. Pietro Metastasio's libretti are today associated almost exclusively with Baroque and early Classical settings, but they retained some of their popularity even into the early Romantic period, with both Rossini and Bellini utilizing them. This is one of the most operatic of Bellini's songs, with more than a few devices much more frequently found in arias than in his songs. The piece opens with a hurried piano introduction that immediately sets a theatrical mood, with dramatic chords. The vocal melody is first taken at a quick pace and is generally simple, though it ends with a few rather theatrical reprises with dramatic changes of dynamics and tempo. The da capo repetition ends with overtly operatic touches from both voice and accompaniment, including the traditional operatic thundering flourish of an ending from the piano. ~ Anne Feeney, All Music Guide Va, dal furor portata, Palesa il tradimento; Mat ti sovvenga ingrata, Il traditor ...
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - A Little Night Music (Allegro)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - A Little Night Music (Allegro) Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Serenade in G major, K. 525 : " A Little Night Music " Allegro Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 1756-1791. Mozart was buried in a pauper's grave with no witness nor cross to mark the place. He was neglected during his life and neglected at his end. He devoted his life to music. Sorry for bad transitions! I didn't know how to make a proper transition in my first videos.
Mozart Symphony No. 40 in G minor, KV. 550.wmv
Mozart Symphony No. 40 in G minor, KV. 550.wmv 1 Molto allegro Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart wrote his Symphony No. 40 in G minor, KV. 550, in 1788. It is sometimes referred to as the "Great G minor symphony," to distinguish it from the "Little G minor symphony," No. 25. The two are the only minor key symphonies Mozart wrote The 40th Symphony was completed on 25 July 1788. The composition occupied an exceptionally productive period of just a few weeks in 1788, during which time he also completed the 39th and 41st symphonies (26 June and 10 August, respectively).[2] [edit] The question of the Symphony's premiere There is no completely solid documentary evidence that the premiere of the 40th Symphony took place in Mozart's lifetime. However, as Zaslaw (1983) points out, the circumstantial evidence that it was performed is very strong. On several occasions between the composition of the symphony and the composer's death, symphony concerts were given featuring Mozart's music, including concerts in which the program has survived, including a symphony, unidentified by date or key. These include:[3] Dresden, 14 April 1789, during Mozart's Berlin journey Leipzig, 12 May 1789, on the same trip Frankfurt, 15 October 1790 Copies survive of a poster for a concert given by the Tonkünstlersocietät (Society of Musicians) April 17, 1791 in the Burgtheater in Vienna, conducted by Mozart's colleague Antonio Salieri. The first item on the program was billed as "A Grand Symphony composed by Herr Mozart".[4] Most important is the fact that ...
"Der Vogelfänger Bin Ich Ja" From "The Magic Flute" In MPC
"Der Vogelfänger Bin Ich Ja" From "The Magic Flute" In MPC This is an aria sung by Papageno in Mozart's "The Magic Flute" made in Mario Paint Composer. Who says MPC can't do classical music? The ironic swan's kind of "violin-y" sound is made possible using SatoshiLyish's improved Mario Paint Composer soundfont.
Sagovia playing The Magic Fluteguitar
Sagovia playing The Magic Fluteguitar Andrés Torres Segovia, 1st Marquess of Salobreña (21 February 1893--2 June 1987) was a Spanish classical guitarist born in Linares, Spain who is considered to be an important figure for the classical guitar in the beginning and mid 20th century. In recognition of his contributions to music and the arts, Segovia was ennobled on 24 June 1981 by King Juan Carlos I, who elevated Segovia into the first hereditary Marquess of Salobreña, formally styled as "El señor don Andrés Torres Segovia, marqués de Salobreña" (the Most Illustrious Lord The Marquess of Salobreña). He was granted the following coat of arms: "en campo de azur sobre ondas de azur y plata, unas rocas de su color, sumadas de una torre donjonada de oro, aclarada de azur" (a field of azur on waves of azur and silver, rocks of the same color, plus a gold dungeon tower, with azur highlights). For more info goto:
Mozart - Opera Le nozze di Figaro - Conductor Antonio Pappano.
Mozart - Opera Le nozze di Figaro - Conductor Antonio Pappano. Mozart Opera Le Nozze di Figaro Conductor Antonio Pappano ******************************************************************************* ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- General Information ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Type.................: klassiekemuziek Platform.............: Dubbel DVD5 Dutch subs abmusic.classical ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Post Information ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Posted by............: Bolsward ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Release Notes ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Mozart - Opera Le nozze di Figaro - Conductor Antonio Pappano Regisseur David McVicar heeft een aantal geweldige operavoorstellingen op zijn naam staan, waaronder de veelgeprezen Glyndebourne-productie van Giulio Cesare. Kostuums en decors zijn bij McVicar standaard aangenaam voor het oog. Zangers bewegen zich heel natuurlijk over het podium en de operapersonages worden herkenbaar als mensen zoals u en ik. Humor is een belangrijk ingrediënt. Kortom, McVicar en Le Nozze Di Figaro passen goed bij elkaar, want juist menselijkheid staat centraal in deze opera (en andere van Mozart). Het is dan ook een mooie productie geworden, om ...
Mozart Piano concerto in C-major K467 2. (Brendel; St. Martin in the
Mozart Piano concerto in C-major K467 2. (Brendel; St. Martin in the Release Date: 04/19/2011 Label: Decca Catalog #: 001545902 Composer: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Performer: Ingrid Haebler, Alfred Brendel, Imogen Cooper, Ton Koopman Conductor: Eduard Melkus, Sir Neville Marriner, Ton Koopman Orchestra/Ensemble: Salzburg Mozarteum Camerata Academica, Academy of St. Martin in the Fields, Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra
Le Nozze Di Figaro - Hai gia vinta la causa Cosa Sento
Le Nozze Di Figaro - Hai gia vinta la causa Cosa Sento The Monteverdi Choir John Eliot Gardiner. Recorded at the Queen-Elizabeth Hall,..The South Bank Centre, London. Stage Director: Raquel Barbieri Figaro........Bryn Terfel Susanna.......Alison Hagley Il Conte di Almaviva....Rodney Gilfry La Contessa.....Hillevi Martinpelto di Almaviva Cherubino.......Pamela Helen Stephen Marcellina......Susan McCulloch Bartolo.........Carlos FeLLer Basilio/Don Curzio....Francis Egerton Antonio........Julian Clarkson Barbarina......Constanze Backes