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71-80 of 245 videos of music composed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Cecilia Bartoli - Parto, Parto, Ma Tu Ben Mio
Cecilia Bartoli - Parto, Parto, Ma Tu Ben Mio One of the greatest opera divas of our time, Italian mezzo-soprano Cecilia Bartoli singing Sesto's aria Parto, Parto, Ma Tu Ben Mio from Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's last opera La clemenza Di Tito (KV 621) composed in 1791. A German Arte TV telecast of the concert given at the Kultur- und Kongresszentrum Luzern in 2006 with the Lucerne Festival Orchestra conduced by Claudio Abbado. Known for her amazing voice spanning more than 3 octaves and her captivating stage presence, Bartoli's unique way of performing and her immense charisma has brought her many fans and also much criticism. Still, one cannot deny the fact that she has managed to make best selling records out of her CD-s of almost forgotten arias by Vivaldi and Salieri. She started her career as a Rossini specialist and with her most recent effort, an album dedicated to the 19th century diva Maria Malibran, has returned to her bel canto roots. Still, she is loved by most for her interpretations of baroque and classical composers of the 18th century. For one, I pesonally ADORE her! :) Subscribe! Subscribe! Subscribe! :)
WA Mozart - Rondo Alla Turca - Türkischer Marsch - piano - extract
WA Mozart - Rondo Alla Turca - Türkischer Marsch - piano - extract Geza Loso - Music Publisher for Left-Handers - notation, lessons, pianos and keyboards for Left-Handers. Jefferson Loso plays on a reversed grandpiano for Left-Handers. The melody is the most important element of piano playing. So with this instrument Left-Handers are able to play it with the regular hand that improves playing in many aspects, so you play more emotionally ... www.gezaloso.de Geza Loso - Musikverlag für Linkshänder - Noten, Unterricht, Keyboards und Klaviere für Linkshänder. Jefferson Loso spielt auf einem spiegelverkehrten Flügel für Linkshänder. Wichtigstes Element des Klavierspielens ist die Melodieführung. Linkshänder dürfen und können endlich die Melodie mit der linken Hand spielen. Dadurch hat man ein völlig anderes "feeling" bei der Gestaltung ... www.gezaloso.de
Mozart Violin Concerto 5 (2of 5) Janine Jansen- violin
Mozart Violin Concerto 5 (2of 5) Janine Jansen- violin Mozart Violin Concerto No. 5 in A major (Turkish) K219, Artists: Janine Jansen violin, European Union Youth Orchestra, Vladimir Ashkenazy conductor BBC Proms 39 18.30 - 20.45: Royal Albert Hall Saturday 12 August 2006
Mozart (1/3) Piano Concerto in G, K. 453, I Allegro
Mozart (1/3) Piano Concerto in G, K. 453, I Allegro Mozart - Piano Concerto in G, K. 453, I Allegro - 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 Massachusetts. Production by Cambridge Studios - Boston ...
Robinson Rivera performs Mozart's "Eine Klein Nacht Music".avi
Robinson Rivera performs Mozart's "Eine Klein Nacht Music".avi Robinson Rivera (aka: RobRiv) performs Mozart's "Ein Klein Nacht Music" (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, 1787; this arrangement for solo classical guitar © 2010, Robinson Rivera) at Via 45 on New Years Eve - 31 Dec 2011. This piece is found on RobRiv's "The Magic Strings" CD (© 2010), and sold at www.RobRivShowsLive.com.
André Rieu - Die Hochzeit des Figaro - Cavatine (Mozart)
André Rieu - Die Hochzeit des Figaro - Cavatine (Mozart) Morschi Franz - Tenor „Der Barbier von Sevilla" (Originaltitel: Il barbiere di Siviglia) ist eine komische Oper in zwei Aufzügen von Gioachino Rossini. Das Libretto stammt von Cesare Sterbini und ist eine Bearbeitung des Schauspiels Le Barbier de Séville von Pierre Augustin Caron de Beaumarchais. Die Hauptpersonen des Barbiere sind auch Hauptfiguren der später in deren Leben angesiedelten Handlung der Oper „Le nozze di Figaro" von Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart und Lorenzo da Ponte nach Beaumarchais aus dem Jahr 1778. Die Uraufführung fand am 1. Mai 1786 im Wiener Burgtheaterstatt. Die Oper spielt am Schloss des Grafen Almaviva in Aguasfrescas in der Nähe von Sevilla um 1780. Die Handlung der Oper ist die direkte Fortsetzung von Beaumarchais' Theaterstück „Le Barbier de Séville" (Der Barbier von Sevilla) -- und damit Giovanni Paisiellos „Il barbiere di Siviglia". Die Cavatine (oder Cavata, italienisch) ist in der Oper eine zweiteilige Arie mit einer langsamen Einleitung und einem schnellen Schlussteil. In der Regel ist die Cavatine eine Auftrittsarie (it. sortita), dh die Arie für den ersten Auftritt eines Sängers.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Alla turca, KV 331
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Alla turca, KV 331 Jean-Claude Gerard (flute) and Boris Björn Bagger (guitar), live 2006, transcribed by Boris Björn Bagger www.borisbagger.de , sheet music available edition 49 music publishing company, http Boris Björn Bagger is teaching guitar at the University of Music Karlsruhe / Germany www.hfm-karlsruhe.de
Mozart string quartet 16 in E flat major (Mov 1/4)
Mozart string quartet 16 in E flat major (Mov 1/4) www.youtube.com Salomon Quartet The String Quartet No. 16 in E flat major, K. 428, was composed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. This is the third of the Haydn Quartets, a set of six string quartets he wrote during his first few years in Vienna in honor of the composer Joseph Haydn. It is in four movements, with the Minuet third: * I. Allegro non troppo * II. Andante con moto * III. Menuetto & Trio * IV. Allegro vivace The first movement is highly chromatic, with the chromaticized bridge theme in the exposition being one of several examples, the end of the exposition being another. The slow movement "invokes ... the slow movement of Haydn's Op. 20 no. 1. The ostentatious dissonances of its opening almost have an antique flavour, caused by the collision of semitonal ascents and descents, and this strongly suggests the opening subject of the first movement, so surprisingly isolated there." Other commentators hear it as pointing forward to Johannes Brahms. Throughout the third movement Mozart "makes use of a pedal point in the bass, thus giving the music an entrancing rustic effect." The last movement "can best be described as being an abridged rondo form."
Rondo Alla Turca on the Nose Flute
Rondo Alla Turca on the Nose Flute Ted Messerschmidt performs Mozart's Rondo Alla Turca on the nose flute. (The sound doesn't quite line up with the video).
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