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1-10 of 57 videos of music composed by Maurice Ravel

Eduardo Tagliatti plays Ravel(Alborada del Gracioso-Part 2)
Eduardo Tagliatti plays Ravel(Alborada del Gracioso-Part 2) M.Ravel: Alborada del Gracioso. - Part 2 - 23th of July(2008):Recital at MAM(Museu de Arte Murilo Mendes da UFJF/Murilo Mendes Museum),Juiz de Fora,Minas Gerais. The Brazilian pianist Eduardo Tagliatti plays at the Piano Recital from the 19º International Festival of Baroque,Ancient and Brazilian Colonial Music,in Juiz de Fora,Minas Gerais,Brazil. In this recital,students from many diferent cities in Brazil were chosen by the wellknown piano teacher Antônio Bezzan(from São Paulo),to play in this event in the end of the festival. -M.Ravel: Alborada del Gracioso. Eduardo Tagliatti,talentoso pianista de Juiz de Fora,Minas Gerais,é uma das grandes promessas brasileiras e se dedica há um tempo considerável(apesar de sua pouca idade)à interpretação de obras modernas e contemporâneas,inclusive privilegiando autores nacionais como Almeida Prado e Edmundo Villani-Côrtes. Este evento fez parte da Audição de Piano da classe do professor Antônio Bezzan,do 19ºFestival Internacional de Música Colonial e Música Antiga de Juiz de Fora,Minas Gerais,realizado no MAM(Museu de Arte Murilo Mendes,da UFJF)no dia 23/07/08,as 14 horas.
Claude Bourbon: "Bolero"
Claude Bourbon: "Bolero" Stylized version of the Maurice Ravel classic, arranged and performed in concert at RA Fountain Gen. Store by one of the most mesmerizing guitarists we've seen, Frenchman Claude Bourbon. His web site is claudebourbon.com.
Maurice Ravel - Bolero (Guitar)
Maurice Ravel - Bolero (Guitar) Maurice Ravel - Bolero - Spanish/Classical Guitar
Ravel, Boléro (1/2), Maurice Béjart, Sylvie Guillem
Ravel, Boléro (1/2), Maurice Béjart, Sylvie Guillem Boléro, Joseph Maurice Ravel, Maurice Béjart, Sylvie Guillem, The Tokyo Ballet
"Ondine" by Maurice Ravel.
"Ondine" by Maurice Ravel. Cheryl Shantz performs her best loved piano piece "Ondine." This is the 1st Movement of "Gaspard de la Nuit" (treasurer of the night) which was composed by Maurice Ravel in 1908 and based on three poems by the French poet Aloysius Bertrand (1807-1841). It consists of three movements which are "Ondine," "Le Gibet," and "Scarbo." "Ondine" is a dreamy tale of a water nymph or fairy who seduces her male listener in order to entice and draw him down to her kingdom deep at the bottom of the lake in the elemental triangle of fire, earth, and air. According to some legends, Ondine cannot gain a soul unless she marries a man and has his child. The piano music creates the mood of water tinkling in a stream, woven with cascades. Below is a translation of Aloysius Bertrands poem "Ondine." Ondine "...I believed I heard; a dim harmony charming my sleep. And close by me spread a similar murmur of uninterrupted songs from a sad and tender voice" "Listen! Listen! It is me, Ondine, spirit of the water, brushing with these drops of water the resonant diamond panes of your window lighted by the gloomy rays of the moon; and here in a silk dress, is the lady of the manor, gazing from her balcony at the beautiful starry night and the lovely sleeping lake." "Each wave is a water sprite who swims in the current; each current is a path, winding toward my palace, and my palace is fluidly built, at the bottom of the lake, in the triangle formed by fire, earth, and air." "Listen! Listen! My father is ...
Maurice Ravel. Pavane pour une infante défunte.
Maurice Ravel. Pavane pour une infante défunte. Versión extraída del Cd "Adagio Karajan II". Ravel compuso esta famosa pieza, para piano solo, en 1899; en 1910 publicó una versión orquestada de la misma. Ricardo Viñes fue quien la estrenó, tocandola en Paris el 5 de abril de 1902. La pavana (pavane) era una danza lenta y solemne que gozó de mucha popularidad en el Renacimiento; sin embargo, esta pieza de Ravel no tiene de pavana más que el título. Música tranquila y serena, me gusta.
Ravel - Pavane pour une Infante Defunte - Guitar Quartet
Ravel - Pavane pour une Infante Defunte - Guitar Quartet Pavane pour une Infante Defunte, also known as Pavane for a Dead Princes or Pavane for a Dead Infanta, by Maurice Ravel performed by the San Jose State University Guitar Quartet. The piece was originally written as a piece for solo piano and later orchestrated for Symphony by Ravel. This arrangement is by one of the quartet's favorite arrangers, Jeremy Sparks. This particular performance took place at the Cathedral Basilica of St. Joseph in San Jose Ca. as part of the Cathedral's annual Season of Hope Performance Series; a benefit concert series for social outreach in down town San Jose. the members of the quartet are, form left to right: Denis Ryman, Lisa LeFevre, Jon Sharp, and Daniel Foley. Thanks for viewing; we hope you enjoy!
100 Gypsy Violins, live in Lyon - Auditorium Maurice Ravel
100 Gypsy Violins, live in Lyon - Auditorium Maurice Ravel Extract from the Dvd "live 1994-2004" available on our website www.100violins.com http
Pavane pour une Infante Défunte by Maurice Ravel
Pavane pour une Infante Défunte by Maurice Ravel ピアノバージョンです。 "Pavane pour une Infante défunte" Maurice Ravel
Maurice Ravel "Introduction et Allegro"
Maurice Ravel "Introduction et Allegro" Maurice Ravel "Introduction et Allegro" Malgorzata Zalewska-Guthman and Viadrina Ensemble in classical music concert. June, 2007. Introduction and Allegro for Harp, Flute, Clarinet and String Quartet (French: Introduction et allegro pour harpe, flûte, clarinette et quatuor) was written by Maurice Ravel in 1905. It premiered on 22 February 1907 in Paris.Ravel completed his Introduction and Allegro for a septet of harp, flute, clarinet and string quartet in June 1905, dedicating it to Albert Blondel, director of Maison Érard.[
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