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Maurice Ravel-Bolero [FULL]
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Maurice Ravel - Bolero - classical music
Maurice Ravel - Bolero - classical music Kır çiçekleri, güller ve laleler eşliğinde hazırladığım unutulmaz, pop klasik Bolero benim ilk klip denememdir. Beğenilerinize...
Maurice Ravel - Piano Trio (1914) [2/2]
Maurice Ravel - Piano Trio (1914) [2/2] Maurice Ravel (1875-1937) Piano Trio (1914) I. Modéré II. Pantoum (Assez vif) III. Passacaille (Très large) 0:00 IV. Final (Animé) 7:01 Claremont Trio: Emily Bruskin, violin Julia Bruskin, cello Donna Kwong, piano Maurice Ravel's Trio for piano, violin and cello is a chamber work composed in 1914. Dedicated to Ravel's counterpoint teacher André Gedalge, the trio was first performed in Paris in January 1915, by Alfredo Casella (piano), Gabriel Willaume (violin), and Louis Feuillard (cello). This piece requires a high level of virtuosity for all instruments and is widely regarded as a technical masterpiece. Ravel had been planning to write a trio for at least six years before beginning work in earnest in March 1914. At the outset, Ravel remarked to his pupil Maurice Delage, "I've written my trio. Now all I need are the themes." During the summer of 1914, Ravel did his compositional work in the French Basque commune of Saint-Jean-de-Luz. Ravel was born across the bay in the Basque town of Ciboure; his mother was Basque, and he felt a deep identification with his Basque heritage. During the Trio's composition, Ravel was also working on a piano concerto based on Basque themes entitled Zazpiak Bat (Basque for "The Seven are One"). Although eventually abandoned, this project left its mark on the Trio, particularly in the opening movement, which Ravel later noted was "Basque in colouring." While initial progress on the Trio was slow, the outbreak of World War I in August 1914 ...
El Bolero de Ravel
El Bolero de Ravel El Bolero (en francés Boléro) es una obra musical creada por el compositor francés Maurice Ravel en 1928 y estrenada en la Ópera Garnier de París el 28 de noviembre de ese mismo año. Ballet compuesto y dedicado a la bailarina Ida Rubinstein, su inmediato éxito y rápida difusión universal lo convirtieron no solamente en una de las más famosas obras del compositor, sino también en uno de los exponentes de la música del siglo XX. Movimiento orquestal inspirado en una danza española, se caracteriza por un ritmo y un tempo invariables, con una melodía obsesiva, en do mayor, repetida una y otra vez sin ninguna modificación salvo los efectos orquestales, en un crescendo que, in extremis, se acaba con una modulación a mi mayor y una coda estruendosa. Pese a que Ravel dijo que consideraba la obra como un simple estudio de orquestación, el Boléro esconde una gran originalidad, y en su versión de concierto ha llegado a ser una de las obras musicales más interpretadas en todo el mundo, al punto de que hasta el año 1993 permanecía en el primer lugar de la clasificación mundial de derechos de la «Société des auteurs, compositeurs et éditeurs de musique» (SACEM).
Sviatoslav Richter plays Ravel "Pavane"
Sviatoslav Richter plays Ravel "Pavane" Maurice Ravel - "Pavane pour une Infante Defunte" Live recording, 1954
Ravel: Menuet from Le Tombeau de Couperin
Ravel: Menuet from Le Tombeau de Couperin Soft and Beautiful Piano Music Playlist: www.youtube.com ABOUT THE ARTIST: The Sacramento Bee wrote: "Cory Hall played two works of towering artistic content and difficulty with a power and a finish that were startling. Hall was all over the keyboard but always conscious of the magic the notes were designed to evoke. It was an impressive performance." CORY HALL (b. 1963) is a retired concert artist, college professor, and church organist who currently devotes his time to making YouTube videos and composing. He wishes to inspire and offer advice to aspiring pianists and musicians worldwide via videos with his thought-provoking performances and tutorials. An independent scholar as well as performer, Hall holds graduate degrees in piano and historical musicology from The Eastman School of Music and The University of Kansas. BachScholar™ website: www.bachscholar.com. Please browse the selection of Dr. Hall's personal hand-picked recommendations related to music and this video! HALL'S COMPLETE RECORDINGS, CLASSICAL TO RAGTIME www.cdbaby.com THE HIGHEST RATED CASIO DIGITAL PIANO (88 KEYS): www.amazon.com COMPLETE GUIDE FOR MASTERING THE PIANO (BOOK): www.amazon.com PIANO MASTERPIECES OF RAVEL (PIANO BOOK): www.amazon.com ZIMERMAN PLAYS DEBUSSY PRELUDES (CD): www.amazon.com ZIMERMAN PLAYS RAVEL PIANO CONCERTOS (CD): www.amazon.com RAVEL'S BOLERO WITH BERLIN PHILHARMONIC (CD): www.amazon.com DEBUSSY ORCHESTRAL MUSIC (CD): www.amazon.com DEBUSSY COMPLETE CHAMBER MUSIC (CD): www ...
Maurice Ravel - Piano Trio (1914) [1/2]
Maurice Ravel - Piano Trio (1914) [1/2] Maurice Ravel (1875-1937) Piano Trio (1914) I. Modéré 0:00 II. Pantoum (Assez vif) 8:22 III. Passacaille (Très large) IV. Final (Animé) Claremont Trio: Emily Bruskin, violin Julia Bruskin, cello Donna Kwong, piano Maurice Ravel's Trio for piano, violin and cello is a chamber work composed in 1914. Dedicated to Ravel's counterpoint teacher André Gedalge, the trio was first performed in Paris in January 1915, by Alfredo Casella (piano), Gabriel Willaume (violin), and Louis Feuillard (cello). This piece requires a high level of virtuosity for all instruments and is widely regarded as a technical masterpiece. Ravel had been planning to write a trio for at least six years before beginning work in earnest in March 1914. At the outset, Ravel remarked to his pupil Maurice Delage, "I've written my trio. Now all I need are the themes."[1] During the summer of 1914, Ravel did his compositional work in the French Basque commune of Saint-Jean-de-Luz. Ravel was born across the bay in the Basque town of Ciboure; his mother was Basque, and he felt a deep identification with his Basque heritage. During the Trio's composition, Ravel was also working on a piano concerto based on Basque themes entitled Zazpiak Bat (Basque for "The Seven are One"). Although eventually abandoned, this project left its mark on the Trio, particularly in the opening movement, which Ravel later noted was "Basque in colouring." While initial progress on the Trio was slow, the outbreak of World War I in August 1914 ...
Maurice Ravel-Toccata
Maurice Ravel-Toccata from Le Tombeau de Couperin Performed by Emil Gilels ********************************* I forget where I found this forward to the movement, but I DO NOT own the material below: It is in six movements. Each movement is dedicated to the memory of friends of the composer who had died fighting in World War I. Ravel himself served in the war as an ambulance driver and was wounded in the process. While the word-for-word meaning of the title invites the assumption that the suite is a programmatic work, describing what is seen and felt in a visit to the tomb of Couperin, tombeau is actually a musical term popular in an earlier century and meaning a piece written as a memorial. The specific Couperin (among a family noted as musicians for about two centuries) that Ravel intended to be evoked, along with the friends, would presumably be François Couperin "the Great" (1668-1733). However, Ravel stated that his intention was never to imitate or tribute Couperin himself, but rather was to pay homage to the sensibilities of the Baroque French keyboard suite. This is reflected in the structure which imitates a Baroque dance suite. As a preparatory exercise, Ravel had transcribed a Forlane from the fourth suite of Couperin's Concerts Royaux, and this piece informs Ravel's Forlane structurally. However, Ravel's neoclassicism shines through with his pointedly twentieth-century chromatic melody and piquant harmonies.
BOLERO - RAVEL, Maurice HD Classical Music Video Romantic song slow
BOLERO - RAVEL, Maurice HD Classical Music Video Romantic song slow www.wavesdvd.com≈ Relax Now. Visit our Channel. 8-) Bolero-Ravel Maurice Classical HD Music Video Romantic song slow love songs Movie 10 ten Bo Derek Please, LIKE, SHARE, FAVORITE, COMMENT on our videos. SUBSCRIBE to both our channels and see 199+ Videos, A+ Channel Links, FREE iphone...
Maurice Ravel - Pavane pour une infante defunte
Maurice Ravel - Pavane pour une infante defunte Maurice Ravel Pavane pour une infante defunte played by Angela Hewitt on piano
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