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61-70 of 245 videos of music composed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

MOZART Requiem - LACRIMOSA - Herbert von Karajan
MOZART Requiem - LACRIMOSA - Herbert von Karajan Herbert von Karajan (5 April 1908 -- 16 July 1989) Herbert von Karajan was an Austrian orchestra and opera conductor. His obituary in The New York Times described him as "probably the world's best-known conductor and one of the most powerful figures in classical music".[1] Karajan conducted the Berlin Philharmonic orchestra for 35 years.
Dream #1 of 3 - Mozart... Busted!!! - "Mozarts Blue Dreams" - Alla
Dream #1 of 3 - Mozart... Busted!!! - "Mozarts Blue Dreams" - Alla #1 in a series of 3 videos - "Mozart... Busted!!!" From the CD "Mozart's Blue Dreams" iTunes - itunes.apple.com CDUniverse www.cduniverse.com For more info, visit: www.joeburgstaller.com www.hectormartignon.com The BurgstallerMartignon4 are Joe Burgstaller (trumpets), Hector Martignon (piano), Hans Glawischnig (bass) and John Ferrari (percussion). Formed in 2005, they creatively mix together jazz and classical music. Trumpeter and crossover artist JOE BURGSTALLER has performed and taught in 48 states, 21 countries and hundreds of cities throughout the Americas, Europe and Asia, has performed and taught at over 70 universities, conservatories and colleges, made innumerable television and radio appearances, and has an extensive discography. He tours extensively as a soloist in recital and with orchestra and band, with the BurgstallerMartignon4, and as a teacher and clinician, traveling the world hundreds of days every year. Joe is a former member of Canadian Brass (7 1/2 years). Joe was also North Americas busiest trumpet recitalist at Columbia Artists Community Concerts, performing 60 solo concerts a year, and is also a former member of Meridian Arts Ensemble. He began the cornet at age six, by twelve was improvising jazz and soloing with area bands and at jazz clubs, and at fifteen was the youngest professional in the Virginia Opera Orchestra. Joe was awarded Arizona State University's Inaugural "Distinguished Alumnus Award" and the Inaugural "Outstanding Alumnus Award ...
Mozart. Piano Concerto No. 21 in C major (European Pictures)
Mozart. Piano Concerto No. 21 in C major (European Pictures) Música instrumental. Mozart acompañado por imágenes de países europeos *** Instrumental music. Mozar with pictures from all around Europe Pictures from: 1) Tulips 2) Magyarország (Hungary) 3) Portugal (Portugal) 4) Norge (Norway) 5) България (Bulgaria) 6) Ísland (Iceland) 7) Россия (Russia) 8) Italia (Italy) 9) United Kingdom (United Kingdom) 10) Deutschland (Germany) 11) España (Spain) 12) La France (France) 13) Civitas Vaticana (Vatican City) 14) Україна (Ukraine) 15) Schweiz/ La Suisse/ Svizzera (Switzerland) 16) Србија (Serbia) 17) Danmark (Denmark) 18) Polska (Poland) 19) Россия (Russia) 20) Österreich (Austria) 21) Deutschland (Germany) 22) Sverige (Sweden) 23) Malta (Malta) 24) Ελλάδα (Greece) 25) Italia (Italy) 26) Ísland (Iceland) 27) United Kingdom (United Kingdom) 28) Nederland (Netherlands) 29) San Marino (San Marino) 30) Éire (Ireland) 31) Česká Republika (Czech Republic) 32) España/ Espanya (Spain) 33) Sunset
Fairbanks Youth Symphony: Mozart Piano Concerto No. 21 Allegro
Fairbanks Youth Symphony: Mozart Piano Concerto No. 21 Allegro Performance 12/2010 Fairbanks Youth Symphony of Piano Concerto No. 21 in C Major, K. 467, 1st movement Allegro maestoso, with Jamina Gerl, piano. George Rydlinski, conductor.
Sonata for Two Pianos - WA Mozart (Nodame Cantabile Ep.1).wmv
Sonata for Two Pianos - WA Mozart (Nodame Cantabile Ep.1).wmv For people who: 1) like classical music; 2) like drama; and/or 3) try to find new enjoyment in music. I like this play better than the Final Movie of Nodame Cantabille because I get the feeling of fun and enjoyment more from this. Oh, and I have to warn you, this video is NOT FOR SAD PEOPLE.
Mozart K 545 piano
Mozart K 545 piano That's me playing the 1st movement of mozarts sonata k545 hope you guys like it. thank you...arigatoo...
Mozart - Concerto for Flute & Harp in C Major - Mov. 2/3
Mozart - Concerto for Flute & Harp in C Major - Mov. 2/3 WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART (1756-1791) Concerto for flute, harp, and orchestra in C Major ("Concertante alla harpa e flauto") KV299 2. Andantino Performed by the Freiburger Barockorchester Directed by Gottfried von der Goltz *The Concerto for Harp, Flute and Orchestra in C major was written in April 1778 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart during his sojourn to Paris for the Court of Guines. It was commissioned (although never paid for) from Mozart, by the flautist Duke of Guînes, Adrien-Louis de Bonnières, and his harpist daughter who was taking composition lessons from the composer. This concerto is the only piece of music that Mozart wrote that contains the harp. In the classical period, the harp was still in development, and was not considered a standard orchestral instrument and was regarded more as a plucked piano. Therefore, harp and flute was considered an extremely unusual combination.
Die Zauberflote - Der Holle Rache - Queen of the Night
Die Zauberflote - Der Holle Rache - Queen of the Night Mozart's The Magic Flute was the first great German opera and is still one of the most performed operas today. Aside from its intrinsic beauty, Mozart's music in this opera stood out among other operas because of its successful integration of a variety of musical styles including German lieder, Italian aria, and Viennese folk music into a cohesive whole. This second aria of the Queen of the Night has the dubious honor of containing the highest notes in the standard classical repertoire - four F6's (F6 means 3 F's above middle C). Andrea Frey performs in perhaps the largest dress I've ever seen. 1992 Ludwigsburger Festspiele Stage direction: Axel Manthey
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