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Bedřich Smetana - Šárka (My Country, Prague Spring 2011)
Bedřich Smetana - Šárka (My Country, Prague Spring 2011) Bedřich Smetana: Šárka Cyklus symfonických básní Má vlast/My Country, cycle of symphonic poems Symfonický orchestr Pražské konzervatoře/Prague Conservatoire Symphony Orchestra řídí/conducted Jiří Bělohlávek Pražské jaro/Prague Spring 2011 Zahajovací koncert/Opening Concert (12/05/2011) Smetanova síň Obecního domu v Praze/Municipal House -- Smetana Hall, Prague The Prague Spring Festival was held for the first time in 1946 in honour of the 50th anniversary of establishment of theCzech Philharmonic and 12th May was chosen as the opening date for the festival as the date of death of Bedřich Smetana, a national classic music composer. Establishment of the festival was the culmination of long-term efforts (nearly 70 years) by the Prague music community to hold an annual music event with participation by first-class soloists and leading orchestras from around the world. Since 1952 the festival has been launched by a performance of the symphonic poem Má vlast by Bedřich Smetana and closed by a performance of An Ode to Joy by Ludwig van Beethoven. World class artists who have performed on the Prague festival's podiums include Lorin Maazel, Herbert von Karajan, Mstislav Rostropovič, Sir Colin Davis, Maurice André, Leonid Kogan, Paul Klecki, Anne-Sophie Mutter, Alfred Brendel, Heinrich Schiff, Leopold Stokowski, Arthur Honegger, Artur Rubinstein and David Oistrach. Czech artists include Karel Ančerl, Rudolf Firkušný, Jaroslav Krombholc, Rafael Kubelík, Jarmila Novotná, Václav ...
5/6 Radetzky March 2011 New Year´s Concert Vienna, Finale, Johann S
5/6 Radetzky March 2011 New Year´s Concert Vienna, Finale, Johann S CD and DVD from this concert and tickets for next years to order: www.wienerphilharmoniker.at On January 1, 2011, Franz Welser-Möst takes up the baton for the annual Vienna Philharmonic New Year's Concert, which in terms of its international coverage represents the largest classical music event in the world. This year's concert will once again be broadcast on television and radio to over 70 countries worldwide. The CD recording of this concert will be released on January 7th, with the release of the DVD following one week later on January 14th. The Blu-ray disc will be released on February 11th. All of these recordings can now be ordered here at the Vienna Philharmonic E-Shop. Großer Musikvereinssaal in Vienna Dirigent: Franz Welser-Möst. Johann Strauß: Reiter Marsch, op. 428 Johann Strauß: Donauweibchen, Walzer, op. 427 Johann Strauß: Amazonen Polka, op. 9 Johann Strauß: Debut-Quadrille, op. 2 Joseph Lanner: Die Schönbrunner, Walzer, op. 200 Johann Strauß: Mutig voran!, Polka schnell, op. 432 Johann Strauß: Csárdás aus "Ritter Pasman" Johann Strauß: Abschiedsrufe, Walzer, op 179 Johann Strauß (Vater): Furioso-Galopp nach Liszts Motiven, op. 114 Franz Liszt: Mephisto-Walzer 1 Josef Strauß: Aus der Ferne, Polka Mazur, op. 270 Johann Strauß: Spanischer Marsch, op. 433 Joseph Hellmesberger: Zigeunertanz aus "Die Perle von Iberien" Johann Strauß (Vater): Cachucha Galopp, op. 97 Joseph Strauß: Mein Lebenslauf ist Lieb und Lust, Walzer, op. 263 Eduard Strauß: Ohne Aufenthalt ...
Géza Anda plays Beethoven Diabelli Variations op.120 (I)
Géza Anda plays Beethoven Diabelli Variations op.120 (I) 33 Variations on a Waltz by Anton Diabelli in C major - Thema Vivace, Var. 1 - 10 - Var. 11 - 19 / www.youtube.com - Var. 20 - 29 / www.youtube.com - Var. 30 - 33 / www.youtube.com ~ Géza Anda (1921- Hungary / 1976 - Switzerland) Hungarian pianist Géza Anda was born in Budapest. He studied with some of the renowned teachers of the 20th century such as Imre Stefaniai and Imre Keeri-Szanto, and became a pupil of master Ernst von Dohnányi and Zoltán Kodály at the Franz Liszt Academy in Budapest. Anda made his debut in 1939 in Budapest under Willem Mengelberg playing Brahms B flat major concerto, which would become his signature. In 1940 he won the Liszt Prize, and in the next year, he made an international name for himself with his performance of Brahms' Piano Concerto No. 2. In 1941, he also made his debut with the Berlin Philharmonic under Wilhelm Furtwängler, who dubbed him "troubadour of the piano."He remained in Berlin during the first years of World War II, but in 1942 he fled to Switzerland, where he encountered the great pianist and teacher Edwin Fischer. Fischer was a proponent of performing the Mozart piano concertos while conducting from the keyboard and Anda would later adopt this practice, adding bench-led performances of all the concertos (even the early ones) to his repertoire. He was among the first to explore the whole range of Mozart's concertos, at a time when only the "greatest hits" were heard in concert halls; his outstanding 1960's recordings of the ...
Andre Rieu - Jägerchor (Hunters' Chorus) 2008
Andre Rieu - Jägerchor (Hunters' Chorus) 2008 Andre Rieu - Jägerchor (Hunters' Chorus) 2008 mit dem 'Jagdhornverein Edelweiss' und dem Männerchor 'Maastrichter-Staar' (aus 'Der Freischütz' von Carl Maria von Weber) Was gleicht wohl auf Erden dem Jägervergnügen, Wem sprudelt der Becher des Lebens so reich? Beim Klange der Hörner im Grünen zu liegen, Den Hirsch zu verfolgen durch Dickicht und Teich Ist fürstliche Freude, ist männlich Verlangen, Erstarket die Glieder und würzet das Mahl. Wenn Wälder und Felsen uns hallend umfangen, Tönt freier und freud'ger der volle Pokal! Jo ho! Tralalalala ......! (Instrumental) Diana ist kundig, die Nacht zu erhellen, Wie labend am Tage ihr Dunkel uns kühlt. Ist fürstliche Freude, ist männlich Verlangen, Erstarket die Glieder und würzet das Mahl. Wenn Wälder und Felsen uns hallend umfangen, Tönt freier und freud'ger der volle Pokal! Jo ho! Tralalalala ......!
Andre Rieu & Jagdhornverein Edelweiss - Jägerchor 2008
Andre Rieu & Jagdhornverein Edelweiss - Jägerchor 2008 Andre Rieu & Jagdhornverein Edelweiss - Jägerchor 2008 (aus 'Der Freischütz' von Carl Maria von Weber) Was gleicht wohl auf Erden dem Jägervergnügen, Wem sprudelt der Becher des Lebens so reich? Beim Klange der Hörner im Grünen zu liegen, Den Hirsch zu verfolgen durch Dickicht und Teich Ist fürstliche Freude, ist männlich Verlangen, Erstarket die Glieder und würzet das Mahl. Wenn Wälder und Felsen uns hallend umfangen, Tönt freier und freud'ger der volle Pokal! Jo ho! Tralalalala ......! Diana ist kundig, die Nacht zu erhellen, Wie labend am Tage ihr Dunkel uns kühlt. Ist fürstliche Freude, ist männlich Verlangen, Erstarket die Glieder und würzet das Mahl. Wenn Wälder und Felsen uns hallend umfangen, Tönt freier und freud'ger der volle Pokal! Jo ho! Tralalalala ......!
Princesses of Violin - Wilhelm Tell Ouvertüre 2007
Princesses of Violin - Wilhelm Tell Ouvertüre 2007 Princesses of Violin - Wilhelm Tell Ouvertüre 2007 Ouvertüre zur Oper 'Wilhelm Tell' von Gioacchino Rossini Ouverture de l'opéra Guillaume Tell de Gioacchino Rossini
ACOSTA C.-BRAHMS: SONATA Nº1 OPUS 120 ALLEGRO APPASIONATO
ACOSTA C.-BRAHMS: SONATA Nº1 OPUS 120 ALLEGRO APPASIONATO My name is Carlos Acosta; I am argentine and was born September 9th of 1966. I began my studies of sax with my father. Then I studied clarinet with my Master Rolando D'Hellemmes (soloist clarinet of Theatre Colon's Orchestra). In parallel I began my studies of harmony with Juan Carlos Cirigliano (Astor Piazzolla's pianist), then harmony and counterpoint with Master Dante D'Iorio, then Composition, Orchestration and Conducting with Master Juan Carlos Zorzi (Conductor of National Symphonic, Rosario Symphonic and Composition professor of the National Conservatory Lòpez Buchardo). I want to write MUSIC FOR MOVIES and can write music on different musicals stiles like classical, jazz and tango CONTACT: acosta2ar@yahoo.com.ar (write ONLY about music) or www.carloshacosta.blogspot.com Professional Performance POPULAR MUSIC 1987-actual: many jazz orchestras with the best musicians of Buenos Aires and playing at International Hotels (Sheraton, Plaza, Hyatt, Intercontinental, etc...). Actually, I play like first alto and arrangement at Nestor Astarita Big Band (integrated by Theatre Colon's musicians) CLASSICAL MUSIC 2000-2003: As first clarinet and arrangement of Puccini Lyric Company. Conductor: Daniel Saito I played Traviata, Cavalleria Rusticana (I wrote a reduction for Chamber Orchestra), many lyrics concerts and 1st and 2nd Lyric festivals of Italian Music where I wrote all music for symphonic orchestra (for CARITAS). Nov.-Dec. 2002: Rigoletto (TEATRO COLON) Apr.-May. 2004 ...
New Year's Concert 2011 Vienna Philharmonic (4/5)
New Year's Concert 2011 Vienna Philharmonic (4/5) New Year's Concert 2011 Vienna Philharmonic Conductor : Franz Welser-Möst Franz Welser-Möst conducts the Vienna Philharmonic New Year's Concert for the first time. On January 1, 2011, Franz Welser-Möst takes up the baton for the annual Vienna Philharmonic New Year's Concert, which in terms of its international coverage represents the largest classical music event in the world. This year's concert will once again be broadcast on television and radio to over 70 countries worldwide. Franz Welser-Möst, following in the footsteps of Clemens Krauss, Josef Krips, Willi Boskovsky, Herbert von Karajan and Nikolaus Harnoncourt, becomes the sixth Austrian conductor to stand at the helm of the Vienna Philharmonic on the first day of the New Year. In June 2010, Franz Welser-Möst also conducted the second major annual concert event of the Vienna Philharmonic, the Summer Night Concert Schönbrunn. The Vienna Philharmonic New Year's Concert is in terms of international coverage the largest classical music event in the world. In 2011 the concert will once again be broadcast on television and radio to over 70 countries worldwide. Franz Welser-Möst, following in the footsteps of Clemens Krauss, Josef Krips, Willi Boskovsky, Herbert von Karajan and Nikolaus Harnoncourt, becomes the sixth Austrian conductor to stand at the helm of the Vienna Philharmonic on the first day of the New Year. In June 2010, Franz Welser-Möst also conducted the second major annual concert event of the Vienna ...
Yundi Li - 14th International Chopin Competition (2000)
Yundi Li - 14th International Chopin Competition (2000) This is an 18 year old Yundi Li's performance at the 14th International Chopin Competition in 2000. Uncut, plays straight through two days worth of amazing performances. ==================== 2:06 - Scherzo No. 2 Op. 31, in B-flat minor 11:56 - Andante Spianato preceding the.. 16:28 - Grande Polonaise Brillante in E-flat major, Op. 22 25:17 - (applause) Piano Concerto No. 1 in E minor, Op. 11 28:47 - I: Allegro maestoso 49:15 - II: Romance, Larghetto 59:07 - III: Rondo, Vivace 1:08:41 (closing applause) ==================== I'm not sure which round this was, or if it was just him after he had already won, but either way these performances are flawless and amazing. Yundi Li is in my top 5 pianists of all time.
Ingolf Wunder (A) Chopin Competition 2010 1st price for best Concert
Ingolf Wunder (A) Chopin Competition 2010 1st price for best Concert 1st price for best piano concerto 1st price for best intepretation Polonaise-Fantasie 1st "vote for the winners" - at the official polish piano competition side konkurs.chopin.pl www.thenews.pl Controversial Chopin competition verdict stuns music lovers Most Polish critics and professional musicians reacted to the news that Yulianna Avdeeva won the International Chopin Piano Competition last night with disbelief and astonishment, in one of the most controversial jury decisions in years. The consensus before the verdict was announced late last night was that Ingolf Wunder of Austria, who eventually shared the Second Prize with Lucas Geniusas of Russia/Lithuania, was the more worthy of the top award than Avdeeva of Russia. Musicologist Marek Dyżewski, a former rector of the Music Academy in Wrocław, told Polish Radio that the Russian pianist failed to communicate the beauty of Chopin's music in her interpretations. In his view, the result could be harmful for the future of the Warsaw Chopin Competition as the best pianists may feel reluctant to take part in the event, anticipating an unfair verdict. Kacper Miklaszewski of the Ruch Muzyczny periodical says that Avdeeva has all the makings of a classical music star who is able to attract the crowds, but her interpretations lack the spirit of Chopin's music. Lidia Kozubek, a prominent pianist of the older generation, describes the verdict as "terrifying". .......... 21.10.2010 11:54 OÖN 21.10.2010: Der österreichische Pianist ...
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