41-50 of 65 videos of music composed by Erik Satie

The Colours of Autumn - Gymnopedie No.1
The Colours of Autumn - Gymnopedie No.1 Erik Satie's Gymnopedie No.1 accompanied by beautiful scenes of Autumn. From the ABC Classics DVD Swoon - a visual and musical odyssey
Erik Satie - Gnossienne Nr1
Erik Satie - Gnossienne Nr1 Erik Satie / Gnossienne #1
♫ Erik Satie - Gymnopédie No.1 ♫
♫ Erik Satie - Gymnopédie No.1 ♫ This was a private video only used for my avatar, I just changed it to public...nothing new... The left hand should be lighter though...but my digital piano's touch is not so great.
Satie - 1ère Gymnopédie avec les pieds !
Satie - 1ère Gymnopédie avec les pieds ! A true performer Pierre-Yves Plat is in his element on stage. As he begins to play a classical masterpiece, he bows his head and puffs out his cheeks in apparent tedium before throwing a cheeky glance towards the audience and breaking into his own ragtime rendition. Never sat still, he dances out of his stool, getting carried away towards the end, bashing out the high notes with his toes. The young virtuoso is even capable of exciting the crowd enough to sing along to his more contemporary rearrangements. Pierre-Yves Plat succeeds in creating a musical cross between humour and fantasy, classical and jazz, a real show! Pierre-Yves Plat poursuit une carrière en solo en proposant notamment un spectacle musical ( »Vous avez dit Classique? »). De Chopin à Ray Charles, lartiste samuse beaucoup sur scène ; tantôt il jette un oeil goguenard à son public, tantôt il se crispe sur un accord, sur une note et conserve sa position lespace de quelques secondes, comme en recherche déquilibre. Entre deux accords, il réajuste la position de son tabouret, sessuie le front, bref, donne une grande liberté à son jeu qui, du coup, semble facile Le jeune virtuose réussit même le tour de force de faire chanter lassistance et ce de manière complètement inattendue. Pierre-Yves Plat réussit une traversée musicale entre humour et fantaisie, classique et jazz ; un véritable show ! Texte & Mise en scène Philippe CHAUVEAU -
Erik Satie - Classical Guitar - Gymnopedie no 3
Erik Satie - Classical Guitar - Gymnopedie no 3 Me playing Erik Saties' Gymnopedie no 3 on my Yamaha SLG100 For my Scores & Tabs please go to
Classical: Erik Satie - Gymnopedie #1
Classical: Erik Satie - Gymnopedie #1 Performing the classical composition: Gymnopedie #1, by Erik Satie.
Classical Guitar (Satie no.1) ...played by Michael Laucke
Classical Guitar (Satie no.1) ...played by Michael Laucke First Gymnopedie by French composer Eric Satie - the world's first hippie in 1925. The Third Gymnopedie is here - Transcribed from piano by Michael Laucke, when he lived in New York city with roommate flamenco guitarist Paco de Lucia, on west 56th street...
Gymnopédie vs Take Five (Brubeck & Satie) Jazz/Classical Piano
Gymnopédie vs Take Five (Brubeck & Satie) Jazz/Classical Piano This is a work in progress. I came up with the idea of mixing Gymnopédie & Take 5 whilst at my friend Johnny's house. I heard him playing 2 of his own compositions simultaneously on the piano, one on his left hand, one on his right. This inspired me to try playing 2 pieces at the same time and 'Gymnopédie vs Take 5' was what came out. You can hear my wonderful new Christmas album at or http There's piano, cello, guitar, double bass, trumpet, lots of singing, cheer and jollity. "Take Five" is a classic jazz piece first recorded by the Dave Brubeck Quartet and released on its 1959 album Time Out. However, it would not become a hit on the Billboard Hot 100 charts until 1961. Composed by Paul Desmond, the group's saxophonist, it became famous for its distinctive, catchy saxophone melody and use of quintuple time, from which its name is derived. It is also known for the solo by drummer Joe Morello. While Take Five was not the first jazz composition to use this meter, it was the first of United States mainstream significance, becoming a hit on the radio at a time when rock music was in fashion. The song has been recorded by scores of artists, from Swedish singer Monica Zetterlund in 1962 to Colorado jamband String Cheese Incident in 2000, to a dub version by King Tubby in 2002. Some versions have included lyrics, including a 1961 recording with lyrics written by Dave Brubeck and his wife Iola, that was sung by Carmen McRae. After Paul Desmond passed away in ...
Erik Satie - Gymnopedie 1 (played on strings)
Erik Satie - Gymnopedie 1 (played on strings) A classic piece, from Satie.
Erik Satie Je te veux - Tzvi Erez, piano
Erik Satie Je te veux - Tzvi Erez, piano iTunes Preview: Tzvi Erez performs Satie's Je te veux on a Bosendorfer piano, part of the new recording "Intimate Recital" on Niv Classical. Je te veux (French for I want you) is a song composed by Erik Satie to a text by Henry Pacory. A sentimental, slow waltz, it was originally written for the singer Paulette Darty, whose accompanist Satie had been for a period of time. The song was registered on November 1902, but some argue it had actually been composed in 1897. Satie composed various versions of the Je te veux waltz, this being the piano version. The melody was performed to the public in 1903 at La Scala. In 1925 the song was recorded with Yvonne George as singer. Je te veux was also recorded by Mathé Altéry, Régine Crespin, Gigliola Negri, Nicolaï Gedda and Davide Bassino, and later by the sopranos Jessye Norman and Marie Devellereau. 2010 Niv Classical.