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Ravel Bolero Christoph Eschenbach Orchestre de Paris part2
Ravel Bolero Christoph Eschenbach Orchestre de Paris part2 Maurice Ravel Bolero Condact:Christoph Eschenbach Orchestra:Orchestre de Paris Nov 5, 2007 NHKhall
Maurice Ravel - Miroirs: II. Oiseaux Tristes
Maurice Ravel - Miroirs: II. Oiseaux Tristes Piano - Angela Hewitt Miroirs ("Mirrors") is a solo piano work by Maurice Ravel written from 1904-1905. Ricardo Viñes first performed the work in 1906. Une barque sur l'océan and Alborada del Gracioso were later orchestrated by Ravel. Much of the suite is considered quite difficult, but less so than Gaspard de la nuit. Each movement in this piece was intended to manifest the visual images and ambience evoked when a certain person looked into the mirror (these people are those who received the dedications). With further insight into the piece, it might be surmised that the reflections are revealing parts of Ravel himself being projected onto these separate beings. Noctuelles ("Night Moths"), dedicated to Léon-Paul Fargue. This piece begins with highly chromatic pianissimo scampering across the keyboard. The calmer middle section makes use of chordal melodies and a pedal point; this is followed by a return to the introductory material. Curiously, despite the chromatic nature of the work, this recapitulation is a fifth below the first entry. Oiseaux tristes ("Sad Birds"), dedicated to Ricardo Viñes. A lone bird sings its sad song at the beginning; other birds reluctantly join in. The wild and raucous middle section is offset by a slow, solemn cadenza, which returns the piece to the solitude and loneliness of the opening. Une barque sur l'océan ("A Boat on the Ocean"), dedicated to Paul Sordes (a painter and fellow member of the Apaches). This piece is based around a flowing ...
Maurice Ravel - Bolero
Maurice Ravel - Bolero Version complète du Bolero de Maurice Ravel (environ 15 minutes).
Wiener Philharmoniker - Maurice Ravel Bolero
Wiener Philharmoniker - Maurice Ravel Bolero Die Wiener Philharmoniker mit Maurice Ravels Bolero anläßlich des Luzern Festival 2010. Dirigent: Gustavo Dudamel Konzertmeisterin: Albena Danailova
(Maurice Ravel) Bolero - Sungha Jung
(Maurice Ravel) Bolero - Sungha Jung Sungha www.sunghajung.com plays 'Bolero' arranged by Kotaro Oshio.
Ravel Bolero Christoph Eschenbach Orchestre de Paris part1
Ravel Bolero Christoph Eschenbach Orchestre de Paris part1 Maurice Ravel Bolero Condact:Christoph Eschenbach Orchestra:Orchestre de Paris Nov 5, 2007 NHKhall
Joshua Bell and Awadagin Pratt Perform at the White House: 6 of 8
Joshua Bell and Awadagin Pratt Perform at the White House: 6 of 8 Joshua Bell and Awadagin Pratt perform Maurice Ravels Tzigane at the White House Evening of Classical Music on November 4, 2009. (public domain)
Maurice Ravel - Pavane for Dead Princess
Maurice Ravel - Pavane for Dead Princess Painting - Lake George, 1869 Artist - John Frederick Kensett (1816--1872)
Ondine, from Gaspard de la Nuit by Maurice Ravel - Wei Wei, piano
Ondine, from Gaspard de la Nuit by Maurice Ravel - Wei Wei, piano My good friend, pianist Wei Wei (24 july 1982) played Gaspard de la Nuit by Maurice Ravel at her 'Master of Music' recital (19 june 2008, Fentener van Vlissingenzaal, Utrecht). Wei Wei started playing piano when she was seven years old. After having spent her youngest years in Ürümqi (Xinjiang, China), she was accepted in the Young Talent School of the Sichuan Conservatory (Chengdu, China), amongst other prize winning talent such as Chen Sa, Wu Chi and Yundi Li. After six years in Chengdu, she moved to The Netherlands where she studied bachelor and master of classical piano in the Utrecht School of the Arts with Paolo Giacometti, one of The Netherlands' leading pianists.
Maurice Bejart- bolero de ravel( last part)
Maurice Bejart- bolero de ravel( last part) 2 eme partie du boléro dansé par Elisabeth Ros et Octavio Stanley
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