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1-10 of 61 videos of music composed by Camille Saint-Saëns

Saint Saens:Violin Concerto No.3 3rd Mov(Silvia Marcovici)
Saint Saens:Violin Concerto No.3 3rd Mov(Silvia Marcovici) Saint Saens:Violin Concerto No.3 3rd Mov
Mon Coeur S'Ouvre À Ta Voix (Camille Saint-Saëns; Samson et Delil
Mon Coeur S'Ouvre À Ta Voix (Camille Saint-Saëns; Samson et Delil FACEBOOK www.facebook.com BLOGSPOT tonyrclef.blogspot.com EMAIL tonyrclef@gmail.com Album "tony r clef - tuesday afternoon" on Itunes "Mon Coeur S'Ouvre À Ta Voix" (literally "My Heart is Opened (or "Opens Itself") At Your Voice" but usually translated as "My heart at your sweet voice", I think) Music by Camille Saint-Saëns. A very famous aria from his opera "Samson et Delila". Watch the lovely Risë Stevens singing it from the film "The Chocolate Soldier" (also with Nelson Eddy and Nigel Bruce (he who played Dr. Watson to Basil Rathbone's Holmes)) www.youtube.com The movie is great fun if you get a chance to see it. TCM shows it from time to time. There's several blemishes in this that I'd fix if I ever broke down and decided to make little audio edits before posting, especially in such a long piece. But in the interest of "live" I present this to you as is, pimples and all. My arrangement. Learned by ear. I have nothing written down. Taylor NS54-ce, hybrid classical Drop C# tuning (ie, Drop-D a half step flat to match original pitch) D'addario Pro Arte normal tension nylon strings
Saint Saens- Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso - Jacob Reuven - man
Saint Saens- Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso - Jacob Reuven - man Displaying a unique combination of technical brilliance and a rich musical persona, Jacob Reuven has established himself as one of the most intriguing and sought after mandolin players to have emerged from Israel in recent years. Jacob's broad musical horizons encompass everything from classical music, baroque music, contemporary music, world music, to music for modern dance and theatre, bringing to all that he does his unique voice and uncompromising musical standards. Beginning his mandolin studies at the age of eight under the guidance of Prof. Simha Nathanson at the Beer Sheva Music Conservatory, Jacob later studied with Mr. Lev Haimovitch until beginning his studies at the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance where he worked with Prof. Motti Smidt. During his studies Jacob had won twice the academy's prestigious Concerto Competition, which marked the beginning of his promising career. Jacob has performed as a soloist with some of the best Israeli orchestras and ensembles including the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra, the Israeli Sinfonietta ,the Israel Chamber Orchestra and the Twenty First Century Ensemble and played under the baton of conductors such as Zubin Mehta, Mstislav Rostropovitch, Antonio Pappano, Mendi Rodan and Zsolt Nagy. In 2004, Jacob won first prize in the distinguished International Plectro Rioja competition in Spain and has become internationally known. Since then Jacob has been invited to perform with orchestras ...
Dan Gibson's Solitudes - The Swan
Dan Gibson's Solitudes - The Swan ~ Classical pieces performed on solo piano merge with the serene sounds of a stately garden for a naturally relaxing experience ~ Saint-Saëns - The Swan Digital nature sounds recording by Dan Gibson
Camille Saint Saens- "Danse Macabre Op. 40"
Camille Saint Saens- "Danse Macabre Op. 40" The Danse Macabre, the third of Saint-Saëns's four symphonic poems, has a title that is best left untranslated: such attempts as "Dance of Death and "Ghosts' Dance just don't work. The work must have had a very special appeal for Liszt, since he wrote several pieces in the same vein—and one with a similar title, based on the same theme. The broad waltz theme in the Danse macabre may be recognized as a variation on the Dies irae, the ancient liturgical chant for the dead, on which Liszt hased his Totentanz, for piano and orchestra. The "straight form of the old chant never appears in the Saint-Saëns score. While the Danse macabre is Saint-Saëns's most frequently performed orchestral work, it was not originally conceived in orchestral terms.
Saint Saens - Marche Militaire Francaise (Algerian Suite)
Saint Saens - Marche Militaire Francaise (Algerian Suite) Classical music played by Symphonic Brass of University of Warwick, at Holy Trinity Church Dobcross Saddleworth in a concert to celebrate the dedication of the refurbished organ.
Saint-Saens Danse Macabre by Clara Cernat and Thierry Huillet
Saint-Saens Danse Macabre by Clara Cernat and Thierry Huillet www.pianoviolon.com Camille Saint Saëns : Danse Macabre for violin and piano Clara Cernat, violin Thierry Huillet, piano, Original version by Saint-Saëns for violin and piano www.pianoviolon.com
Le Cygne (The Swan)
Le Cygne (The Swan) Camille Saint-Saëns, Le carnaval des animaux (The Carnival of the Animals)
The Beautiful Swan - Classical Wedding Music Re - arranged by Mirand
The Beautiful Swan - Classical Wedding Music Re - arranged by Mirand Sheet Music and Studio Recording MP3 Download: www.popcafemusic.com Selected from the Ultimate Wedding CD Vol.2 by Miranda Wong: www.popcafemusic.com Miranda Wong Official Website: www.PopCafeMusic.com The Beautiful Swan by Miranda Wong Original Title The Swan by Saint -Saen Re-arranged & performed by Miranda Wong Don't forget to subscribe my videos and support my piano music. :) Best Wishes Join my Facebook: www.facebook.com
Music Video - Danse Macabre (Silent Film & 78rpm)
Music Video - Danse Macabre (Silent Film & 78rpm) This is the first Music Video I have ever made. I have some 16mm films, (mostly produced in 1950s) and recently I found out that one of them is a nice short film named Danse Macabre. According to the information on IMDb, this film was produced in 1922, starring Adolph Bolm, a famous Russian ballet dancer and choreographer of that time. So, I made a Music video, using a 78rpm record from my collection, Saint-Saens' Danse Macabre, with Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra with Leopold Stokowski Conducting, Recorded in 1925. (Correction from 1924) As far as I know, this is the very first electrically-made Orchestral recording in the world. Hope you'll enjoy this.
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