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21-30 of 95 videos of music composed by Franz Schubert

Timeea Szentkiraly - F. Schubert : Ave Maria - Concert Oradea
Timeea Szentkiraly - F. Schubert : Ave Maria - Concert Oradea Filarmonica de Stat Oradea Soprana: Timeea Szentkiraly Pianist: Ciprian Ghiurco Video: Cipriani Film & Video Parteneri: Malev Hungarian Airlines - malev.com Fibrexco.ro Subarucluj.ro Mobilasimex.ro Alnostru.ro Comfrig SRL Zalau Parteneri Media: Magic Fm Magazin Salajean Adevarul Holding Bihon.ro Erdon.ro Jurnal Bihorean Bihari Naplo
Schubert: Impromptu in f minor for Piano Op.142/4
Schubert: Impromptu in f minor for Piano Op.142/4 Franz Schubert (1797-1828) Impromptu in f minor for Piano Op.142/4 (D935) 0:00 Impromptu in f minor 6:32 Clap with picture Kocsis Zoltán (1952-) Piano (Live recording) IMHO, the best performance. Ever. Very good sound quality Recorded from radio(station), approximative 1980's years
Schubert Ave Maria Guitar Cello Boris Bagger Martin Ostertag
Schubert Ave Maria Guitar Cello Boris Bagger Martin Ostertag Ave Maria - Franz Schubert (1797-1828) played by Martin Ostertag - Cello and Boris Björn Bagger (guitar), www.borisbagger.de Both are teaching at the University of Music, Karlsruhe Germany, www.hfm-karlsruhe.de sheet music (arranged by Boris Björn Bagger) and CD available here www.edition49.de music publishing company This piece is available on the CD "Nocturne" with Martin Ostertag and Boris Björn Bagger This piece is available in several arrangements cello and guitar, flute (violin) and guitar violin (flute, oboe, saxaophone, clarinet) and piano sheet music and CD here www.edition49.de music publishing company CD Nocturne content Franz Schubert - Ave Maria, Richard Wagner - Lied an den Abendstern, Chopin - Nocturne, op. 9, 2, August Nölck - Czardas Fantasie, Liszt - Liebestraum, Bach - Largo BWV 1049, Granados - Goyescas, Ibert - Entr'acte, Villa-Lobos - Bachianas Brasileiras Nr. 5, Massenet - Meditation (Thais), Popper - Spinnlied, Bach - Prelude BWV 999 Pictures used in this video are from the german painter Caspar David Friedrich (1774-1840)
Ballet Music from Rosamunde - Shumsky
Ballet Music from Rosamunde - Shumsky Oscar Shumsky playing Kreisler's arrangement of Schubert's ballet music from Rosamunde. Taken from the Fritz Kreisler Violin Music, Vol. II, brought to you by MusicMasters Piano: William Wolfgram
F.Schubert - Quartettsatz in C Minor n.12 D.703 - Alban Berg Quartet
F.Schubert - Quartettsatz in C Minor n.12 D.703 - Alban Berg Quartet F.Schubert - Quartettsatz in C Minor n.12 D.703 Alban Berg Quartett Live recording: 1997, Mozartsaal, Konzerthaus, Wien.
Schubert - "Ständchen" D957
Schubert - "Ständchen" D957 FRANZ SCHUBERT (1797-1828) *arrangement "Schwanengesang" D957 Lieder: "Ständchen" (Serenade) orginally for tenor and piano, arranged for cello and piano in D minor Performed by Anne Gastinel, cello Claire Désert, piano
Schubert - "Death and the Maiden" Quartet in D Minor (2)
Schubert - "Death and the Maiden" Quartet in D Minor (2) FRANZ SCHUBERT (1797-1828) String quartet no. 14 in D minor "Der Tod und das Madchen" D810 2. Andante con moto [Part 1]** Performed by the Takacs Quartet HIGH QUALITY: ca.youtube.com *The String Quartet in D minor was written in 1824, just after Schubert became aware of his ruined health. It is popularly known as the "Death and the Maiden" Quartet because the second movement is adapted from the piano accompaniment to Schubert's 1817 song (or lied), "Death and the Maiden". Ariel Dorfman's 1991 play "Death and the Maiden" and its 1994 film adaptation (directed by Roman Polanski) take their names from the quartet. **Becuase this particular movement is over twelve minutes long, I have split the movement in two right after the end of the third variation. Here's a link to the second half of the movement: ca.youtube.com
Barbara Hendricks - Ave Maria (Franz Schubert)
Barbara Hendricks - Ave Maria (Franz Schubert) Barbara Hendrricks (soprano) and Roland Pöntinen (piano) during the recording of the Ave Maria (Ellens Gesang III) by Franz Schubert in Stockholm in November 2007.
Franz Schubert: Piano Trio No.2 in E flat, Op. 100, D. 929, 2: Andan
Franz Schubert: Piano Trio No.2 in E flat, Op. 100, D. 929, 2: Andan Beaux Arts Trio: Menahem Pressler, piano Daniel Hope, violin Antonio Meneses, cello
Schubert: Deutsche Messe 1: Wohin soll ich mich wenden
Schubert: Deutsche Messe 1: Wohin soll ich mich wenden Created with NCH Photostage. ABOUT THE PICTURES They are mine. I hope you enjoy them as an accompaniment to the music, To see them and more like them, you may visit www.flickr.com ABOUT THE MUSIC Unlike the more familiar choral concert masses, which are musical settings of the Latin Ordinarium, Franz Schuberts so-called Deutsche Messe of 1827 (DV 872) was conceived as incidental musica suite of eight German-language carols to be intercalated at specified points during a spoken reading of the Ordinarium. The lyricist and commissioning patron, Johann Phillipp Neumann, had only an amateur choir at his disposal, and thus requested that the music be kept very simple. This might have been a recipe for mediocrity or worse, but through Schuberts extraordinary melodic gift a genuinely charming work was produced; the first and third numbers in particular have a limpid, gossamer quality which make them favorites of mine. TEXT OF FIRST SECTION (Zum Eingang) Only stanzas 1 and 3 are actually heard here. 1. Wohin soll ich mich wenden, wenn Gram und Schmerz mich drücken? Wem künd' ich mein Entzücken, wenn freudig pocht mein Herz? Zu dir, zu dir, o Vater, komm ich in Freud' und Leiden, du sendest ja die Freuden, du heilest jeden Schmerz. 2. Ach, wenn ich dich nicht hätte, was wär' mir Erd' und Himmel? Ein Bannort jede Stätte, ich selbst in Zufalls Hand. Du bist's, der meinen Wegen ein sich'res Ziel verleihet, und Erd' und Himmel weihet zu süßem Heimatland. 3. Doch darf ich Dir mich nahen ...
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