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Debussy: Rêverie (1890)
Debussy: Rêverie (1890) Claude Debussy (1862 - 1918) Complete music for piano solo (in chronological order) Rêverie (1890)
Goffredo Petrassi (1904 - 2003) - Fanfare per tre trombe in do
Goffredo Petrassi (1904 - 2003) - Fanfare per tre trombe in do Goffredo Petrassi (1904 - 2003) - Fanfare per tre trombe in do (1944, rev. 1976) www.antoniofaillaci.com trumpets: Kelley Corbett, Franc Kosem, Antonio Faillaci en.wikipedia.org Goffredo Petrassi (16 July 1904 -- 3 March 2003) was an Italian composer of modern classical music, conductor, and teacher. He is considered one of the most influential Italian composers of the twentieth century. Petrassi was born at Zagarolo, near Rome. At the age of 15 he began to work at a music shop to supply his family's financial needs, and became fascinated by music. In 1928, he entered the Santa Cecilia Conservatory in Rome to study organ and composition. In 1934, composer Alfredo Casella conducted Petrassi's Partita for orchestra at the ISCM festival in Amsterdam. Later, Petrassi became musical director of the opera house La Fenice, and from 1959 taught composition at the Santa Cecilia Conservatory and at the Salzburg Mozarteum. Petrassi had many famous students, including Franco Donatoni, Aldo Clementi, Cornelius Cardew, Ennio Morricone, Karl Korte, Norma Beecroft, Mario Bertoncini, Ernesto Rubin de Cervin, Eric Salzman, Kenneth Leighton, Peter Maxwell Davies, Michael Dellaira, Armando Santiago, and Richard Teitelbaum. Petrassi died in Rome at the age of 98. [edit] Music Petrassi's early work was part of an attempt by several Italian composers to create a national "Italian" revival in classical music, corresponding to the romantic work of Germans such as Richard Wagner. During this time ...
Impromptu As Dur Op.90 Nr. 4
Impromptu As Dur Op.90 Nr. 4 Luca, 12 playing Impromptu A-flat major Op.90 No. 4 by Franz Schubert Visit my new website! www.piano99.de
Una Furtiva Lagrima - Enrico Caruso 1904
Una Furtiva Lagrima - Enrico Caruso 1904 Digitally remastered version of a recording from the 1st of February 1904 (room 826, Carnegie Hall, NY). You may want to look at my non-profit website for more Caruso info: www.enricocaruso.dk (English). I have uploaded all of Caruso's recordings (in different versions there. Una furtiva lagrima (A furtive tear) is the romanza from Act II, Scene 2 of the Italian opera, L'elisir d'amore (The Elixir of Love) by Gaetano Donizetti. It is sung by Nemorino (Caruso) when he finds that the love potion he bought to win his dream lady's heart, Adina, works. Nemorino is in love with Adina, but she isn't interested in a relationship with an innocent, rustic man. To win her heart, Nemorino buys a "love potion" with all the money he has in his pocket. The "love potion" is actually a cheap red wine sold by a con business traveler. But when he sees Adina weeping, he knows that she has fallen in love with him and the "Elixir" works. Caruso created the role of Nemorino the first time in February 1901 at La Scala in Milan. The conductor was the famous Toscanini, but the notoriously critical and reserved audience of La Scala did not react at all ... until Caruso started singing - and he basically turned the performance from failure to success. The audience went wild and Caruso was compelled to repeat "Una furtiva lagrima" three times. When Toscanini came back stage to go before the curtain with the artists, he embraced Caruso, then turned to the manager of La Scala, Giulio Gatti-Casazza, and ...
Jean Sibelius - Symphony No. 2 in D Major Op. 43 (1902), Mvt. 1 and
Jean Sibelius - Symphony No. 2 in D Major Op. 43 (1902), Mvt. 1 and www.sibelius.fi The second symphony is the most popular and most frequently recorded of Sibelius's symphonies. It is more skilfully orchestrated than the first symphony. The ideas of form are more mature and the violent Slavic gloom is replaced by a more classical touch and by the light of the Mediterranean. The heroic and optimistic first and final movements of the symphony were exactly what the Finnish public needed in 1902, during a period of Russian oppression. The first public performance consolidated Sibelius's fame as a national hero. Soon the symphony was also triumphantly acclaimed abroad.
Jean Sibelius - Symphony No. 2 in D Major Op. 43 (1902), Mvt. 3 and
Jean Sibelius - Symphony No. 2 in D Major Op. 43 (1902), Mvt. 3 and www.sibelius.fi The second symphony is the most popular and most frequently recorded of Sibelius's symphonies. It is more skilfully orchestrated than the first symphony. The ideas of form are more mature and the violent Slavic gloom is replaced by a more classical touch and by the light of the Mediterranean. The heroic and optimistic first and final movements of the symphony were exactly what the Finnish public needed in 1902, during a period of Russian oppression. The first public performance consolidated Sibelius's fame as a national hero. Soon the symphony was also triumphantly acclaimed abroad.
Schubert's Impromptu Op. 90 No. 3 D. 899 - Piano solo.
Schubert's Impromptu Op. 90 No. 3 D. 899 - Piano solo. Hello guys It's been a long time since I uploaded something! and I've been working on this piece for like a month and a half now so I wanted to record my performance :) I've loved this classical piece since I heard it in the tv series Smallville, and I hope you guys like what you hear :P This was played on a Kawai CN21 digital piano, and the audio was recorded through Pianoteq Play. Any comments will be appreciated ! thanks for watching!
André Rieu Launches North American Tour
André Rieu Launches North American Tour André Rieu, the world’s most popular classical artist who is renowned for his energetic and festive live concerts, is returning to North America in the fall for "An Evening with Andre Rieu." Rieu’s 2011 North American tour kicks off September 10 in Calgary, Alberta at the Scotiabank Saddledome, followed by 20 concerts in the East Coast and Midwest area. The complete itinerary can be found below. To view Multimedia News Release, go to http://multivu.prnewswire.com/mnr/prne/andrerieu/48906/André Rieu, the world’s most popular classical artist who is renowned for his energetic and festive live concerts, is returning to North America in the fall for "An Evening with Andre Rieu." Rieu’s 2011 North American tour kicks off September 10 in Calgary, Alberta at the Scotiabank Saddledome, followed by 20 concerts in the East Coast and Midwest area. The complete itinerary can be found below. To view Multimedia News Release, go to http://multivu.prnewswire.com/mnr/prne/andrerieu/48906/
Luciano Pavarotti - Nessun Dorma (1080pHD)
Luciano Pavarotti - Nessun Dorma (1080pHD) FOLLOW OUR NEW PAGE FOR THE GREAT LUCIANO PAVAROTTI IN FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com :))))) Pavarotti became even better known throughout the world in 1990 when his rendition of Giacomo Puccini's aria, "Nessun Dorma" from Turandot was taken as the theme song of BBC's TV coverage of the 1990 FIFA World Cup in Italy. The aria achieved pop status and remained his trademark song. This was followed by the hugely successful Three Tenors concert, held on the eve of the World Cup final at the ancient Baths of Caracalla in Rome with fellow tenors Plácido Domingo and José Carreras and conductor Zubin Mehta, which became the biggest selling classical record of all time. Luciano Pavarotti Nessun Dorma ITALIAN Nessun dorma, nessun dorma ... Tu pure, o Principessa, Nella tua fredda stanza, Guardi le stelle Che tremano d'amore E di speranza. Ma il mio mistero è chiuso in me, Il nome mio nessun saprà, no, no, Sulla tua bocca, io lo dirò Quando la luce splenderà. Ed il mio bacio scioglierà il silenzio Che ti fa mia. Il nome suo nessun saprà E noi dovrem, ahimè, morir, morir... Dilegua, notte! Tramontate, stelle! Tramontate, stelle! All'alba vincerò! Vincerò! Vincerò! English No-one sleeps....no-one sleeps, Even you, O Princess, in your cold room, Watch the stars which tremble with love and hope! But my secret is locked within me, no-one shall know my name! No, no, I shall say it on your mouth when the light breaks! And my kiss will break the silence that makes you mine! (No-one shall know ...
Sarah Chang | Paganini Violin Concerto # 1 Cadenza | 10 Years Old |
Sarah Chang | Paganini Violin Concerto # 1 Cadenza | 10 Years Old | www.facebook.com | Follow THE VIOLIN CHANNEL | The #1 violin resource on the planet | A must for all violinists and fans | Keep abreast | news | history | events | concerts | competitions | discussion | community Historical footage of 10 year old Sarah Chang performing the cadenza of Paganini's 1st Violin Concerto | Includes commentary by Yehudi Menuhin and legendary teacher Dorothy DeLay | Recorded in a live concert at the Yehudi Menuhin School in London in 1990 | Also includes footage of Chang's performance of Introduction & Tempo Di Minuetto by Fritz Kreisler
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