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71-80 of 89 videos of music composed by Antonio Vivaldi

Vivaldi Concerto for Mandolin in D( Lute RV 93 ) 1. Movement
Vivaldi Concerto for Mandolin in D( Lute RV 93 ) 1. Movement mandolin solo - jacob reuven and Barrocade Ensemble Jacob Reuven began playing the mandolin at age of eight, studying at the Beer Sheva Conservatory under the guidance of Prof. Simha Nathanson. In 1994 he graduated under the guidance of Mr. Lev Haimovitch and was awarded the Excellent Musician Status by the Israeli army, which allowed him to pursue acadmic studies at the Rubin Academy of Music and Dance in Jerusalem while doing his military service. During his time as a student at the Rubin Academy and under the guidance of Prof. Motti Smidt, Jacob won the prestigious concerto competition for two years in a row, which lead to several performances under the baton of the conductor Mendi Rodan. In 1998 he graduated the Rubin Academy, receiving a M.Ba.Mus. Jacob has performed with some of the best Israeli orchestras and ensembles, including, amongst others, the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra, the Israeli Sinfonietta ,the Israel Chamber Orchestra and the Twenty First Century Ensemble under the batons of conductors such as Zubin Mehta, Mstislav Rostropovitch, Antonio Pappano, Mendi Rodan and Zsolt Nagy. The mandolin Jacob plays is the creation of the Israeli mandolin maker Arik Kerman, Out of dozens of instruments used by mandolin players in Israel, this is the only mandolin which Mr. Kerman has given to a player as a gesture of encouragement for his musical career. His wide repertoire includes, as well as pieces written originally for Mandolin ...
Vanessa Mae - Storm
Vanessa Mae - Storm Let's Not Forget About Classical Music!!! Beautiful It Can Be Made In Classic Way And In Modern Way... Enjoy!!! Made By: Vanessa Mae Title: Storm Original By: A. Vivaldi - Four Seasons, Summer III. Presto
Vanessa Mae - The Storm by Antonio Vivaldi
Vanessa Mae - The Storm by Antonio Vivaldi Vanessa Mae, violin - 'The Storm' by Antonio Vivaldi ~ live performance - 1997 ~ *** Vanessa-Mae Vanakorn Nicholson, known professionally as Vanessa-Mae (in Chinese: 陳美, Chén Měi), is an internationally known British pop and classical musician, especially noted for her violin skills. Her music style is self-described as "violin techno-acoustic fusion", as several of her albums prominently feature the techno style. Vanessa-Mae was born in Singapore to a Thai father (Varaprong Vanakorn, who is now a Thai monk) and a Chinese mother (Pamela Tan). After her parents separated, her mother married Briton Graham Nicholson, and the family moved to England when Vanessa-Mae was four years old, but they separated many years ago. She grew up in London and is a British citizen. She was educated at the independent Francis Holland School in London. Vanessa-Mae, born 27 October 1978, coincidentally shares her birthday with famed violinist Niccolò Paganini, who was born 196 years earlier on 27 October 1782. Vanessa-Mae began playing piano at the age of three and violin at five. She was particularly famous in the United Kingdom throughout her childhood making regular appearances on television (for example on Blue Peter) mostly involving classical music and conservative style. According to Guinness World Records, she is the youngest soloist to record both the Beethoven and Tchaikovsky violin concertos, a feat she accomplished at the age of thirteen.[1] During this time she attended the ...
Pierre Fournier,Vivaldi Cello Concerto E minor (3/4)
Pierre Fournier,Vivaldi Cello Concerto E minor (3/4) www.facebook.com Pierre Fournier-violoncello, Festival Strings Lucerne, Rudolf Baumgartner. Pierre Fournier (1906-1986) was born in Paris on June 24, and known in his lifetime as "the aristocrat of cellists," because of his lyrical playing, and for his impeccable artistic sensitivity. Fournier was the son of a French army general, and as a child was taught piano by his mother. At the age of nine he suffered a mild case of polio, and lost some of the dexterity in his legs and feet. No longer able to master the use of the piano pedals, he searched for another musical instrument, and turned to the cello. He quickly made good progress on his new instrument, and was able to win entrance to the Paris Conservatoire, where he became a pupil of Paul Bazelaire, and later Anton Hekking. He graduated at the age of seventeen, in the year 1923. Maurice Marechal called him "the cellist of the future." Even at such a young age, Fournier had tremendous virtuosity, and was famous for his bowing facility. Fournier was a friend of another great French cellist, Tortelier. Once, meeting backstage after a recital by Tortelier, Pierre said to him, "Paul, I wish I had your left hand." Tortelier replied, "Pierre, I wish I had your right arm!" Fournier became well known in 1925 after a successful performance with the Edouard Colonne Orchestra in Paris, and began to give concerts all over Europe. Fournier played with all the great musicians of his time, including Cortot, Thibaud, Furtwangler ...
Antonio Vivaldi / les quatre saisons الفصول الاربعة
Antonio Vivaldi / les quatre saisons الفصول الاربعة Classic Vivaldi les quatre saisons le printemps
Pierre Fournier,Vivaldi Cello Concerto E minor (2/4)
Pierre Fournier,Vivaldi Cello Concerto E minor (2/4) www.facebook.com Pierre Fournier-violoncello, Festival Strings Lucerne, Rudolf Baumgartner. Pierre Fournier (1906-1986) was born in Paris on June 24, and known in his lifetime as "the aristocrat of cellists," because of his lyrical playing, and for his impeccable artistic sensitivity. Fournier was the son of a French army general, and as a child was taught piano by his mother. At the age of nine he suffered a mild case of polio, and lost some of the dexterity in his legs and feet. No longer able to master the use of the piano pedals, he searched for another musical instrument, and turned to the cello. He quickly made good progress on his new instrument, and was able to win entrance to the Paris Conservatoire, where he became a pupil of Paul Bazelaire, and later Anton Hekking. He graduated at the age of seventeen, in the year 1923. Maurice Marechal called him "the cellist of the future." Even at such a young age, Fournier had tremendous virtuosity, and was famous for his bowing facility. Fournier was a friend of another great French cellist, Tortelier. Once, meeting backstage after a recital by Tortelier, Pierre said to him, "Paul, I wish I had your left hand." Tortelier replied, "Pierre, I wish I had your right arm!" Fournier became well known in 1925 after a successful performance with the Edouard Colonne Orchestra in Paris, and began to give concerts all over Europe. Fournier played with all the great musicians of his time, including Cortot, Thibaud, Furtwangler ...
VIVALDI RV606 Laudate Dominum Peter Ruellan
VIVALDI RV606 Laudate Dominum Peter Ruellan Classical Vivaldi and gothic art by peter ruellan
Vivaldi_four_seasons classical guitar and Marimba
Vivaldi_four_seasons classical guitar and Marimba www.burfieldbrothers.com. Are you looking for a GREAT duet to come perform for your event. The Burchfield Brothers travel the country performing for different venues and events.
Pierre Fournier,Vivaldi Cello Concerto E minor (1/4)
Pierre Fournier,Vivaldi Cello Concerto E minor (1/4) www.facebook.com Pierre Fournier-violoncello, Festival Strings Lucerne, Rudolf Baumgartner. Pierre Fournier (1906-1986) was born in Paris on June 24, and known in his lifetime as "the aristocrat of cellists," because of his lyrical playing, and for his impeccable artistic sensitivity. Fournier was the son of a French army general, and as a child was taught piano by his mother. At the age of nine he suffered a mild case of polio, and lost some of the dexterity in his legs and feet. No longer able to master the use of the piano pedals, he searched for another musical instrument, and turned to the cello. He quickly made good progress on his new instrument, and was able to win entrance to the Paris Conservatoire, where he became a pupil of Paul Bazelaire, and later Anton Hekking. He graduated at the age of seventeen, in the year 1923. Maurice Marechal called him "the cellist of the future." Even at such a young age, Fournier had tremendous virtuosity, and was famous for his bowing facility. Fournier was a friend of another great French cellist, Tortelier. Once, meeting backstage after a recital by Tortelier, Pierre said to him, "Paul, I wish I had your left hand." Tortelier replied, "Pierre, I wish I had your right arm!" Fournier became well known in 1925 after a successful performance with the Edouard Colonne Orchestra in Paris, and began to give concerts all over Europe. Fournier played with all the great musicians of his time, including Cortot, Thibaud, Furtwangler ...
Aria Vivaldi, Daniel Schnyder, Carmina Quartet, Nina Corti - music &
Aria Vivaldi, Daniel Schnyder, Carmina Quartet, Nina Corti - music & Aria Vivaldi, excerpt from Metamorphose Concept, choreography and dance by Nina Corti Daniel Schnyder- Saxophone Carmina Quartet Music: Antonio Vivaldi (Griselda) arr. Daniel Schnyder Antonio Vivaldi: unknown opera arias Arrangement for string quartet plus saxophone. Recorded by Daniel Schnyder and Carmina Quartet (Zoom in) Daniel Schnyder is known as a composer/performer with a dynamic reputation in both jazz and classical fields. He appears as a soloist with orchestras playing his "Songbook for Saxophone and Orchestra" and his Oriental Suite beside other works. He played Songbook in Germany and Switzerland on a tour with the NDR Radio Philharmonic in November 2006 and with the MDR Orchestra in 2008. In the Fall 2008 he tours with the Saarlaendische Rundfunk Orchestra as a soloist. Daniel toured Europe and Australia with his trio, featuring David Taylor and Kenny Drew jr., playing the music of Gershwin, Bach, Vivaldi, Wagner and Ellington in addition to his own new compositions bridging the worlds of classical music and jazz. He frequently performs with his special chamber music project for saxophone and string quartet, combining composition and improvisation, jazz and traditional chamber music. His third string quartet was commissioned by the Carmina Quartet, the 4th string quartet was a commission by the Amar Quartett, the 5th str 4tet a commission by the Stradivari Quartet. Carmina Quartet Matthias Enderle, violin Susanne Frank, violin Wendy Champney, viola Stephan ...
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