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Le Corsaire - Solo Farouk Ruzimatov (1988)
Le Corsaire - Solo Farouk Ruzimatov (1988) Ali (Slave) Entrée and Variation from Le Corsaire Act 2. For me Ruzimatov is the perfect Ali as I think it's the role that most suited his uniqueness of line. Farouk Ruzimatov (born January 26, 1963 in Uzbekistan) was formerly the Principal Dancer and Assistant Artistic Director of The Kirov Ballet at the Mariinsky Theatre in Saint Petersburg. Le Corsaire - Solo Farouk Ruzimatov (1991): ------------------------------------- Le Corsaire is a ballet in three acts, loosely based on Lord Byron's poem The Corsair with its eunuchs, Turks, dervishes, odalisques and general atmosphere of bead-curtains and Ali Baba... a multi-composer pastiche, first presented by the ballet of the Théâtre Impérial de l´Opéra in Paris on 23 January 1856. The ballet has a celebrated solo which is often extracted from the full-length work and performed independently: the so-called Ali (Slave) Variation, which is among classical ballet's most famous and performed excerpts. On 24 January 1915, Le Corsaire was presented in a new production at the Mariinsky Theatre. As was the custom of the time, music from various sources was selected in order to serve as accompaniment: this variation in triple time ("Ali") was taken from the composer Yuli Gerber's score for Petipa's 1870 ballet Trilby. The Balletmaster Pyotr Gusev staged a new version of Le Corsaire for the Maly Theatre of Leningrad in 1955. A new character was also included - known as the slave Ali - a role which evolved out of the ...
Bhawen Jaan Na Jaan - Shahida Parveen
Bhawen Jaan Na Jaan - Shahida Parveen Shahida Parveen, a classical and folk singer, died of kidney failure in March 2003. She was 50. Known for her skill on classical genre of music, Shahida Parveen made her mark by singing sufi poetry as well. Mainly trained by her late mother, Zahida Parveen — a noted singer in the 1950s and 60s in her own right — Shahida Parveen also got education in music from Patiala Gharana. She was a disciple of Akhtar Ali Khan, father of Amanat Ali Khan and Hamid Ali Khan. "Shahida was one of those rare people who started singing after learning the skill," - Farukh Bashir, PTV. Education in music had refined her personality to a great extent, meaning thereby that she had absorbed music in its all manifestations and forms. She was one of those singers who did not need on-job-training like many of her contemporaries. She was also the disciple of well-known classical singer of the sub-continent, Ustad Chhotey Ghulam Ali Khan
Il barbiere di siviglia by the late Iranian singer Hossein Sarshar
Il barbiere di siviglia by the late Iranian singer Hossein Sarshar Il barbiere di Siviglia: Gioachino Rossini Vocal: Hossein Sarshar Piano : Leili Sarkisian Performed at Farhang Hall, Tehran 1968 Hossein Sarshar (1931-1992) was an Iranian operatic baritone and actor. Hossein Sarshar was graduated from school of music (Tehran). In order to pursue higher education in the filed of classical vocal he went to Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia in Rom. During his study in Rom his mentor was Alba Anzellotti and he visited Hélène Bouvier several times in Paris as his second mentor. Sarshar was a well known opera singer in Iran and performed several operas in Rudaki Hall,Tehran. In his last years he suffered from Alzheimer's disease and he died in a car accident in April 1992. "آرایشگر شهر سویل" اثری از جواکینو روسینی را با صدای زنده یاد حسین سرشار و پیانوی لیلی سرکیسیان می شنوید. مکان و تاریخ اجرا : تالار فرهنگ، سال۱۳۴۷ حسین سرشار (۱۳۷۴-۱۳۱۰) خواننده و بازیگر ایرانی بود. سرشار پس از به پایان رساندن دوره هنرستان موسیقی به ایتالیا رفت و در شهر رم، در کنسرواتور معروف "سانتا چچیلیا" به تحصیل آواز کلاسیک پرداخت. در سال ۱۹۶۲ در آزمون آواز کنسرواتور مزبور رتبه اول را کسب کرد. سرشار هنگام تحصیل در رم برای بهره گیری از محضر مادام "هلن بوویه" چند سفر به پارس داشته است. از بدو تاسیس تالار رودکی در سال ۱۳۴۶ سرشار عضو ثابت تقریبا همه اپرا ها بود. زنده یاد سرشار در اواخر عمر از بیماری آلزایمر رنج می برد و سرانجام در در فروردین سال ۱۳۷۴ بر اثر تصادف با اتومبیل بدرود حیات گفت. یادش گرامی.
Mendelssohn Violinkonzert Elisabeth Jess Kropfitsch
Mendelssohn Violinkonzert Elisabeth Jess Kropfitsch Classical Viennese star violinist Elisabeth Jess-Kropfitsch with her own violin "d'Elia 1751" by Giambattista Guadagnini. She makes concerts as soloist alone, with orchestra or with her brother Johannes Jess-Kropfitsch (pE. all violin sonatas by WA Mozart with "Gramola"; see in you tube), she is primaria of the "Jess-Trio-Wien" and of the "Jess-Quartett-Wien", is habilitated on the University for Music in Vienna and teaches there.
PEREZ PRADO guadalajara widescreen
PEREZ PRADO guadalajara widescreen GUADALAJARA composed by Pepe Guizar and this arrangement was made by Perez Prado. There are two Malaguenas. One is an inspiration of the great Mexican composer Pedro Galindo and the other was composed by the great Cuban pianist, Ernesto Lecuona. Malaga is in the southern part of Spain and the women there are called Malaguenas. Dámaso Pérez Prado was born in Matanzas, Cuba in December 11, 1916. He died in Mexico City in September 14, 1989. He was a Cuban bandleader and composer. He is commonly referred to as the "King of the Mambo". Pr His mother was a school teacher, his father a newspaper man. He studied classical piano in his early childhood, and later played organ and piano in local clubs. For a time, he was pianist and arranger for the Orquesta Casino de la Playa. One of Cuba best orchestra of its time. He left Cuba because he was not able to record his new idea of the mambo. He went to Mexico and found there Benny More and both started a partnership that lasted a few years. He was nicknamed "El Cara de Foca" ("Seal Face") by the Mexican people. Benny More recorded this nickname in one of his first mambo recordings. His trade mark was the grunt UGH!
Série Classical Music - Solfeggietto - Carl Philipp Bach
Série Classical Music - Solfeggietto - Carl Philipp Bach Música composta por Carl Philipp Bach, quinto filho de Johann Sebastian Bach. CP Bach compôs músicas religiosas, sinfonias, músicas de câmara e concertos. Composed by CP Bach, son of Johann Sebastian Bach. CPE Bach composed religion musics, symphonies, chamber musics and concerts.
Six classical guitar pieces
Six classical guitar pieces Here are a few pieces I recorded. Unfortunately, the digital recorder I used didn't pick up harmonics very well. Andantino Grazioso by Mauro Giuliani, from "Three Sonatines" (op. 71, nr. 2) Tempo di Polacca by Mauro Giuliani, from "Le Papillon" (op. 50, nr. 19) Fox Trot by Albert Heinrich, 1920 Barcarolle by Napoleon Coste, from "Recreation du Guitariste" (op. 51, nr. 1) Saltarello by Vincenzo Galilei, transcribed from the lute tablature by Oscar Chilesotti Tango of Roses by Filippo Schreier and Aldo Bottero, 1928, transcribed for guitar by Sophocles Papas
Beethoven, Symphony 5/4,Thielemann, Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra
Beethoven, Symphony 5/4,Thielemann, Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra 04 - Allegro Beethoven Symphony 5, C minor, Op 67, Thielemann Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra The Symphony No. 5 in C minor, Op. 67, was written by Ludwig van Beethoven in 1804-08. This symphony is one of the most popular and best-known compositions in all of classical music, and one of the most often played symphonies. It comprises four movements: an opening sonata, an andante, and a fast scherzo which leads attacca to the finale. First performed in Vienna's Theater an der Wien in 1808, the work achieved its prodigious reputation soon afterwards. ETA Hoffmann described the symphony as "one of the most important works of the time". The Fifth Symphony had a long gestation. The first sketches date from 1804 following the completion of the Third Symphony. However, Beethoven repeatedly interrupted his work on the Fifth to prepare other compositions, including the first version of Fidelio, the Appassionata piano sonata, the three Razumovsky string quartets, the Violin Concerto, the Fourth Piano Concerto, the Fourth Symphony, and the Mass in C. The final preparation of the Fifth Symphony, which took place in 1807-1808, was carried out in parallel with the Sixth Symphony, which premiered at the same concert. Beethoven was in his mid-thirties during this time; his personal life was troubled by increasing deafness. In the world at large, the period was marked by the Napoleonic Wars, political turmoil in Austria, and the occupation of Vienna by Napoleon's troops in 1805. The Fifth ...
Gioachino Rossini - Il barbiere di Siviglia - "Zitti, che battono"
Gioachino Rossini - Il barbiere di Siviglia - "Zitti, che battono" PS Do leave a comment and a rating :)! The second half of the finale is completely given to the army episode. Unusually, the whole half incorporates several classical cliches of opera seria: for example, the descending lines of "what a disaster" or the obligatory suspension-over-time that precedes the stretta which, though, are, of course, humorously used to highlight the absurdity of the situation. For example, in the suspension-over-time Rosina and Almaviva's ornamented lines are contrasted with the comic bubbling of the lower voices. Here is a list of singers and their respective singers: Figaro - Alan Opie, Count Almaviva - Bruce Ford, Rosina - Della Jones, Dr. Bartolo - Andrew Shore, Don Basilio - Peter Rose, Berta - Jennifer Rhys-Davies, Constable - Peter Snipp. Enjoy :)!
"Moonlight Sonata 3 - Presto Agitato" by Ludwig van Beethoven
"Moonlight Sonata 3 - Presto Agitato" by Ludwig van Beethoven Ludwig van Beethoven (17. December 1770/1 - 26. March 1827) was a German composer and pianist. He was a crucial figure in the transitional period between the Classical and Romantic eras in Western classical music, and remains one of the most acclaimed and influential composers of all time. Born in Bonn, which was then capital of the Electorate of Cologne and a part of the Holy Roman Empire of the German Nation in present-day Germany, he moved to Vienna in his early twenties and settled there, studying with Joseph Haydn and quickly gaining a reputation as a virtuoso pianist. His hearing began to deteriorate in the late 1790s, yet he continued to compose, and to conduct and perform, even after becoming completely deaf.