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21-30 of 48 videos of music composed by Niccolò Paganini

Andantino Variato from Grande Sonata for Guitar in A Major - Paganini
Andantino Variato from Grande Sonata for Guitar in A Major - Paganini Aniello Desiderio plays Niccolò Paganini's Andantino Variatto from the Grande Sonata for Solo Guitar in A major.
Niccolo Paganini La Campanella on Violin
Niccolo Paganini La Campanella on Violin The emotive and poetic movements of Niccolo Paganini's Violin Concerto No. 2 in B minor, Opus 7. Composed in 1826 in Italy. Performed by Giles, piano accompaniment by dad, John. Illustration of in and around Trinity College, Greenwich.
Neo Classical Version of Paganini Caprice No 24
Neo Classical Version of Paganini Caprice No 24 Using arpeggios to perform a Neo Classical variation of Paganini's Caprice No 24 on an Ibanez RG7421
Russian Balalaika Music - Paganini Kapric on Balalaika
Russian Balalaika Music - Paganini Kapric on Balalaika Classical music on Russian Balalaika Paganini Kapris For more info and videos: www.RussianFolk.com
Sándor Lakatos(Niccolo Paganini Carnival of Venice)
Sándor Lakatos(Niccolo Paganini Carnival of Venice) Sándor Lakatos From Hungary World famous Primás!
Paganini's 5th Caprice - Dimitris Kotronakis, guitar
Paganini's 5th Caprice - Dimitris Kotronakis, guitar Dimitris Kotronakis plays Capricio No5 by Nicolo Paganini
Yehudi Menuhin plays Paganini
Yehudi Menuhin plays Paganini Concerto for Violin no 1 in D major, Op. 6: 3rd movement, Allegro spirituoso by Niccolò Paganini
Paganini Concerto No.2 Mvmt. I part 2/2
Paganini Concerto No.2 Mvmt. I part 2/2 N. Paganini: Concerto No. 2 in B minor op.7 "La Campanella" Mvmt. 1 part 2/2 Allegro maestoso Jean-Jacques Kantorow, violin Bernard Thomas Chamber Orchestra Subtitled "La Campanella" or "the bell" for the bell-like effects in the 3rd movement Rondo. Niccolò Paganini (October 27, 1782--May 27, 1840) was an Italian violinist, and composer for the violin, whose gifts were so ineffably transcendent that he was rumored to be in league with the devil! Specifically, he revolutionalized violin technique, and was an enigmatic character (one he played to the hilt; his adulation was equivalent to that of a modern day rock star, as in the reception the Beatles received); whose mark on the violin world has yet to even be equalled, much less surpassed (not sure that's even possible). He is to violin what Liszt and Bach are to piano and organ respectively (indeed, the young Liszt was indelibly affected and inspired by Paganini, and went as far as to state that he wished to emulate him on piano). Not just a superlative performer, Paganini's compositions, as stated, revolutionized violin technique such that new sounds, techniques and "trickery", theretofore unheard, indeed unimagined, from the violin, were invented. He was also a great orchestrator, very classical, as his orchestrations to his concerti will testify. When bored he was reputed to turn to the guitar and has penned several duets for violin and guitar. The theme from the 3rd movement of this 2nd concerto "la campanella"; the ...
Paganini, Niccolò Caprice 22,23,24 op.1
Paganini, Niccolò Caprice 22,23,24 op.1 Niccolò Paganini (1782-1840) Caprice 22,23,24 opus 1 Live recording Soloist: Rudolf Koelman (Heifetz pupil) www.koelman.ch Haenssler classic CD 98.448 Paganini Caprices: 1,2,3 www.youtube.com 4,5 www.youtube.com 6,7 www.youtube.com 8,9,10 www.youtube.com 11,12,13,14 www.youtube.com 15,16,17,18 www.youtube.com 19,20,21 www.youtube.com 22,23,24 www.youtube.com
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