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Mozart Piano Concerto No. 20 Mov.1 - Allegro
Mozart Piano Concerto No. 20 Mov.1 - Allegro Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Piano Concerto No. 20 in D Minor, K.466 First movement - Allegro Stefan Vladar, Piano Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach Chamber Orchestra Hartmut Haenchen, Conductor I uploaded this great performance to share my interest of classical music. If you like this performance, I suggest you to buy the original DVD. It is widely available and the quality in both picture & sound are much much better than in here. You won't regret it :-) Label: EuroArts (EuroArts Music International) Title & Repertoire: WA Mozart Symphony No.41 in C major, K.551 "Jupiter" Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No.20 in D minor, K.466 Divertimento in E flat major, K .113 Performers: Stefan Vladar, Piano Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach Chamber Orchestra Hartmut Haenchen, Conductor Note: For those who have the copyright owner of this performance, please contact me first for any matter related to the presentation of this item here in You Tube, so then I can delete this from my upload list. Many thanks.
4. Romance from Eine Kleine Nachtmusik - Mozart - London Symphony Or
4. Romance from Eine Kleine Nachtmusik - Mozart - London Symphony Or Please Subscribe to your ClassicalFavorites Classical Romance Volume 2: 1. 2nd Movement from Piano Concerto No.17 in G...Mozart...9:15 2. Intermezzo from Cavalleria Rusticana...Mascagni...3:27 3. Consolation in D-Flat...Liszt...4:10 4. Romance from Eine Kleine Nachtmusik...Mozart...6:40 5. Song from Carmen Habnera and Toreador Suite No.2...Bizet ..4:08 6. Liebesfreud...Kreisler...3:47 7. Romance No. 2 for Violin and Orchestra...Beethoven...8:20 8. 2nd Mvt. from Piano Concerto No.2...Rachmanioff...11:47 9. Ballroom Scenes From Symphonie Fantastique...Berlios...6:23 10. Fur Elise...Beethoven...2:50 Total Running Time...60:19 Leave A Comment If Your Interested. $1.00 Album Download (Whole Cd)
Classical Music: Rinat Shaham in Mozart duet with Luca Pisaroni
Classical Music: Rinat Shaham in Mozart duet with Luca Pisaroni Paris 2008, Théatre des Champs-Elysées, (Rehearsal) " Il core vi dono" duet from Cosi Fan Tutte Rinat Shaham (Dorabella) with Luca Pisaroni (Guglielmo) Production: Eric Genovese Conductor: Jean-Christophe Spinosi
Susanna Proskura & Timeea Szentkiraly - WA Mozart: Duet Sull'Aria
Susanna Proskura & Timeea Szentkiraly - WA Mozart: Duet Sull'Aria WA Mozart: Duet Sull'Aria (Le Nozze di Figaro) Contesa: Timeea Szentkiraly (Romania) Susanna: Susanna Proskura (Germany) Pianist: Neil Valenta Video: Tudor Bolgar Parteneri: Malev Hungarian Airlines - malev.com Fibrexco.ro Subarucluj.ro Mobilasimex.ro Alnostru.ro Comfrig SRL Zalau Muzeul Judetean de Istorie si Arta Zalau Consiliul Judetean Salaj Centrul Cultural Zalau Parteneri Media: Magic Fm Magazin Salajean Graiul Salajului Salajeanul Adevarul Holding Graiul TV ZTV Focus TV Salajeanul TV
Mozart (3/3) - Piano Concerto in G, K. 453, III Allegretto - Concert
Mozart (3/3) - Piano Concerto in G, K. 453, III Allegretto - Concert Concert for the Cure - Jordan Hall - Boston 12/5/10 Mozart - Piano Concerto in G, K. 453, III Allegretto Concert for the Cure - Boston - 12/5/10 Conductor: Sir Simon Rattle Pianist: Marc-André Hamelin Susan G Komen and Julie Scolnik, artistic director, present Concert for the Cure to help continue to raise funds and awareness in the fight against breast cancer. World-renowned music director of the Berlin Philharmonic, Sir Simon Rattle, along with 75 esteemed musicians drawn from leading orchestras and chamber ensembles have come together tonight in a spirit of love and generosity to make music together. Long known for his bold exploration of unfamiliar pianistic terrain, Marc-André Hamelin is now recognized worldwide for the originality and technical brilliance of his performances of the classic repertoire. In 2005, Boston flutist Julie Scolnik underwent treatments for breast cancer. Throughout her treatments, music played an essential role in keeping her spirits high, and as artistic director of a chamber music series, she continued to organize and play concerts in wigs after she had lost her hair. In 2008, Scolnik reached out to her musical colleagues to present a full symphony concert to raise funds so that all women facing breast cancer could have the care and support they deserved. The funds raised from this concert go to the Komen Foundation to support awareness for breast cancer screening, treatment and educational programming to help women and men throughout ...
Twinkle Twinkle Little Star 12 Variations by Mozart
Twinkle Twinkle Little Star 12 Variations by Mozart This doesn't need any comments as you can comment on it on my old account: www.youtube.com
Mozart Table Music Violin Duet Classical Jam Cyrus Beroukhim & Jenni
Mozart Table Music Violin Duet Classical Jam Cyrus Beroukhim & Jenni Live Performance by "Classical Jam" at the EMMA Concert Series, Flagler Auditorium in Florida, Saturday, January 30, 2010 - 8:00pm St. Augustine, Fl 32086 Jennifer Choi, Violin; Cyrus Beroukhim, Violin
Magdalena Kožená - Ridente la calma KV 152
Magdalena Kožená - Ridente la calma KV 152 composer: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart work: Ridente la calma KV 152 (1772) singing: Magdalena Kožená piano: Karel Košárek june 2006, Toppan Hall Tokyo "Ridente la calma" Ridente la calma nell'alma si desti; Né resti più segno di sdegno e timor. Tu vieni, frattanto, a stringer mio bene, Le dolce catene sí grate al mio cor. Ridente la calma nell'alma si desti; Né resti un segno di sdegno e timor.
Mozart String Quartet 21 in D major Prussian#1 k. 575 (1/4)
Mozart String Quartet 21 in D major Prussian#1 k. 575 (1/4) Quatuor Mosaiques Period Instruments In the spring of 1789, Mozart, in financial straits and desperately in need of new work, set off on a journey to Germany. After visiting Dresden and Leipzig, he arrived in Potsdam on April 25. The city was at the time the virtual capital of Prussia and the residence of the cello-playing King Frederick William II. The following day a memorandum requesting that "one Motzart" had requested an audience with the king to "lay before him" his talents was presented to Frederick William, who referred the request to his director of chamber music, Jean Pierre Duport. What resulted is unfortunately not recorded at the time, but according to later reports supplied by Mozart's widow Constanze the king offered Mozart a post worth 3000 thaler a year. The composer is said to have expressed concerns about leaving his "good Emperor" (Joseph II) in Vienna. Whatever the truth of the story, Mozart returned to Vienna with some kind of a commission from Frederick William to compose six new string quartets. By June the present D major Quartet had already been completed, but of the remaining quartets only two were composed, and then only after the lapse of a year. Various reasons have been advanced as an explanation as to why Mozart was so slow in producing the "Prussian" quartets, but one is that the composer had received money "upfront" from the Prussian king; in a money-begging letter to Puchberg he mentions having the quartets engraved at his own expense ...
Wynton Marsalis - Mozart Trumpet Concerto in D Major
Wynton Marsalis - Mozart Trumpet Concerto in D Major As controversial as he is popular, Wynton Learson Marsalis is one of the most prominent jazz musicians of the modern era and is also a well-known instrumentalist in classical music. Currently the Musical Director of Jazz at Lincoln Center Wynton Marsalis has received many awards for his musical proficiency. These awards run the gambit of Grammys to a controversial awarding of the Pulitzer Prize for Music for his three and half hour jazz oratorio CD box set Blood on the Fields, the first jazz album to win this award. Born in a musically oriented family in the New Orleans jazz scene at a young age Wynton was exposed to many legendary jazz musicians. Some of these musicians were Al Hirt, who gave Wynton his first trumpet when he was 6 years of age and Danny Barker, a legendary jazz banjoist who lead the Fairview Baptist Church band which Wynton was playing in when he was eight. Wynton was very active musically during high school and was a member in many New Orleans musical organizations such as the NO symphony brass quintet, the NO community concert band, NO youth orchestra, NO symphony and a popular local funk band called the Creators. In 1978 he had a two-year stay at the Juilliard School of Music before joining the Jazz Messengers to study under master drummer and bandleader, Art Blakey. Not long after that he toured with the Herbie Hancock quartet before forming his own band. After many concerts and workshops Wynton rekindled widespread interest in an art form that had ...
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