Chopin - Étude Op. 10, No. 1 in C major "Waterfall"
Chopin - Étude Op. 10, No. 1 in C major "Waterfall" Étude Op. 10, No.1 in C major, composed by Frédéric Chopin, is a technical study in reach and arpeggios for the piano. It also focuses on stretching the fingers. Sometimes it is known as the "Waterfall" étude. It was composed in 1829, and first published in 1833, in France, Germany, and England. In a prefatory note to the 1916 Schirmer edition the American music critic James Huneker (18571921) compared the "hypnotic charm" that these "dizzy acclivities and descents exercise for eye as well as ear" to the frightening staircases in Giovanni Battista Piranesi's prints of the Carceri d'invenzione. Structure The work is executed at an Allegro tempo. The time-signature Common time is according to the first French, English, and German editions. Chopin's own manuscript reads Cut time. The right hand gauntlet consists entirely of broad arpeggios in semiquavers (sixteenth notes) on modulating scales. The left hand plays the deep melody in slow, droning octaves. The main difficulty of this piece is playing the etude accurately at its suggested tempo (quarter note equals 176). Given the lack of rests, the challenge lies in playing the entire etude accurately and uninterrupted, which requires extremely swift movement of the right hand and quick changes in octaves for the left hand.
NEAPOLITAN MUSIC - Italian mandolin by Antonio & Linda Calsolaro "T
NEAPOLITAN MUSIC - Italian mandolin by Antonio & Linda Calsolaro "T Neapolitan music by the mandolin of the Italian maestro Antonio Calsolaro, NAPOLI MUSIC the most fresh and sweet TE VOJO BENE ASSAJE - 1835 (Ti voglio bene assai = I love you so much = Te quiero mucho in Napoli language, also called Caruso).. Music from Napoli "Te vojo bene assai" part of the Italian history. ITALIAN MUSIC of NAPOLI with a Neapolitan Mandolin and classical guitar executed by the Mandolin Maestro Antonio Calsolaro and his sister the Guitar Maestro Linda Calsolaro during the live concert at the beautiful PALAZZO ROMASI at Alessano Lecce in the very heel of Italy. The Maestro Calsolaro offered this concert as specail TRIBUTE TO NAPOLI and plays the traditional and classical Neapolitan songs with his Mandolin for more info about the Italian mandolin and the Maestro lessons visit: www.italianbusinessguide.com TE VOJO BENE ASSAJE is an incredible and beautiful song of the traditional Neapolitan culture composed by SACCO 1835. MUSIC OF NAPLES with MANDOLIN by Maestro Antonio Calsolaro The music of Naples (heart of the Italian music) played by the incredible Mandolin and Guitar of the Maestro Antonio Calsolaro and Linda Calsolaro are: "Luna Nova, Di Giacomo - Costa", "Scétate, Russo - Costa", "Catarì, Di Giacomo - Costa", "Serenata Napulitana, Di Giacomo - Costa", "Te Voju bene assaje, Sacco", "Serenatella, Bovio - Valente", "Reginella, Bovio - Lama", "Funiculì Funiculà, Turco - Denza" There are various kinds of mandolins in use in Italy; they bear the names of ...
Victor Borge (Pyotr Tchaikovsky, Frederic Chopin, Johannes Brahms, F
Victor Borge (Pyotr Tchaikovsky, Frederic Chopin, Johannes Brahms, F Victor Borge is an enigma for me. Though many would consider him to be simply a clown, albeit a clown spoofing classical music, some of his work is, to say the least, strikingly acute and tantalizingly interesting. The present piece is proof of this. The variations form is well-known and appears in virtually any classical music period. It would seem almost impossible to do anything new with the form but Borge proves us wrong by adopting a very unusual approach. He chooses a painstakingly well-known theme, here - "Happy birthday to you", and sets about to create variations to it. But it is only the top of the iceberg: each variation is, effectually, the way a certain composer would write the theme itself. All in all, there are eleven variations of very different composers: we start by passing through Bach and Mozart and finish with Irving and some modern composer whose name I do not know (and Borge's hilarious pronunciation does not help :P). Some of these variations are preceded by a snatch on the composer's original work from which Borge then proceeds to develop the variation. Moreover, some of his variations are rather charming (Brahms or Bach (in spite of a ridiculously humorous long descending line repeated two times)) or even, dare I say it, moving (Beethoven, in spite of some goofing on Borge's part, gets one of the better treatments). I've marked the movements in the video itself but you can also check the title which includes all composers presented in the order ...
Parrot Sings Opera
Parrot Sings Opera R.I.P. MENINO my parrot singing a fragment of the Magic Flute by W. A. Mozart...he learnt it very fast. He died from a unknown disease with just 15 years old. im very sad, cause he was my little friend and very special to me. Thankyou all for the cute messages and for appreciate this amazing parrot, Menino. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Meu Papagaio cantando um fragmento da "Flauta Magica", de W.A. Mozart....ele aprendeu muito rapido!!! Ele morreu de uma doenca desconhecida com apenas 15 anos. Estou muito triste por que ele era meu pequeno amigo e muito especial para mim. Obrigada a todos pelas lindas mensagens e por apreciar esse incrivel animal, meu papagaio Menino!!!
Joan Hinde, Britain's Foremost Female Trumpeter
Joan Hinde, Britain's Foremost Female Trumpeter Joan Hinde plays a medley of classical trumpet showpieces in the Max Bygraves Christmas Show. Joan has been appearing on TV and radio since the 1940's and is still working on the variety circuit at full strength. She was the Alison Balsom of her day, but always had a more varied and entertaining repertoire on top of her well-executed and technically masterful classical pieces. She was, until relatively recently, the only female trumpeter to have broadcast the Haydn Trumpet Concerto on BBC Radio. I have been able to find out about her on www.joanhinde.co.uk
【Karajan】 Johann Strauss I : Radetzky March(Marsch) 【VPO:198
【Karajan】 Johann Strauss I : Radetzky March(Marsch) 【VPO:198 [ Wiener Philharmoniker / Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra / VPO / WPh / WP / ウィーン・フィルハーモニー管弦楽団 : 1987 : Das Neujahrskonzert der Wiener Philharmoniker / New Year's Concert / ニューイヤーコンサート ] ☺ Herbert von Karajan ヘルベルト・フォン・カラヤン 1908年 - 1989 Austria ✵ Johann Strauß I Johann Strauss I ヨハン・シュトラウス1世 1804 - 1849 Austria composer conductor violinist ♬ Radetzky-Marsch Op. 228 / Radetzky March / ラデツキー行進曲 作品228 : 1848 It was dedicated to the Austrian Field Marshal Joseph Radetzky von Radetz, and became quite a popular march among soldiers.When it was first played, in front of Austrian officers in attendance, they promptly clapped and stomped their feet when they heard the chorus. This tradition is carried over today when the march is played in classical music venues in Vienna, among members of the audience who are familiar with the tradition. It is almost always played as the last piece of music at the Neujahrskonzert, the Vienna New Year Concert.Despite its military nature, its tone is rather festive than martial. This is because the Field Marshall could have executed the son of Strauss who served in the army, but chose not to. The march is thus more of a piece by a thankful father to the savior of his son than a march about a military man. It is usually played in under three minutes. 同年に北イタリアの独立運動を鎮圧したヨーゼフ・ラデツキー将軍を称えて作曲された。この曲において、シュトラウスは主題にカドリーユを用いて ...
Praeludium and Allegro - PUGNANI - Violin by Uto Ughi Live
Praeludium and Allegro - PUGNANI - Violin by Uto Ughi Live The Praeludium and Allegro, composed by Gaetano Pugnani, executed by UTO UGHI. Uto Ughi is an Italian violinist and is playing the Praeludium and Allegro with his GUARNIERI's VIOLIN (1700) Uto Ughi has at one time or another possessed five antique violins: the Van Houten-Kreutzer of 1701, and the Sinsheimer-General Kyd-Perlman of 1714 crafted by Antonio Stradivari; as well as the Kortschak; ex-Wurlitzer of 1739, the Ole Bull of 1744, and the Cariplo-Hennel-Rosé of 1744 made by Giuseppe Guarneri del Gesù. More about Italy in: www.italianbusinessguide.com Uto Ughi was the music director of l'Orchestra dell'Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia from 1992-1997. He is considered one of Italy's greatest living violinists and is also active in the promotion of classical music in today's culture GAETANO PUGNANI Gaetano Pugnani (27 November 1731 15 July 1798, Gaetano Pugnani was born in Turin, He trained on the violin under Giovanni Battista Somis and Giuseppe Tartini. In 1752, Pugnani became the first violinist of the Royal Chapel in Turin. Then he went on a large tour that granted him great fame for his extraordinary skill on the violin. In 1754, he was very well-received at the Concert Spiritual in Paris, but in 1768 he had an even more successful musical encounter in London, directing the King's Theatre from 1767 to 1769. In 1770, Pugnani returned home to Turin and became the director of the Royal Chapel. His fame as a composer began to grow, but it would never equal his fame ...
Gioachino Rossini - Otello - "Non arrestar il colpo" (Frederica vo
Gioachino Rossini - Otello - "Non arrestar il colpo" (Frederica vo Another except to savor the young Carreras in a Rossini role, this time - the penultimate duet with Desdemona. "Duet" is actually a very liberal name for this scene which, on top of abandoning the unneeded in the situation idiom, is more like a string of concentrated passages connected by a hurried dialogue between the characters. The piece starts classically, as if it is going to continue in similar fashion, with opening verses for both Desdemona and Otello. We can immediately notice that Rossini refuses to use the same musical expression for both of these expressions with Otello's reply being given a strikingly different ornamental structure, as the lovers are already set against each other. A dialogue ensues in which Desdemona is shocked to learn Otello weighing the word of his enemy against that of his lover. The next duettino is built over a tormented musical background of a storm rising over Venice, as the lovers, echoing each other sing a dramatic invocation of their conflicting feelings only strengthened by the tempest. In the final dialogue, developed with the help of the "tempest", Desdemona accepts her sorry fate, before dying from Otello's hand. A "duet" of infinite dramatics and one of the more acute (story-wise) of Rossini's created. Jose Carreras is joined here by the lovely Desdemona of Frederica von Stade who remains my favorite interpreter of the role. Hope you'll enjoy :)!
PAGANINI Carnival of Venice by VADIM REPIN & Chung Myung-Whu
PAGANINI Carnival of Venice by VADIM REPIN & Chung Myung-Whu The famous CARNIVAL OF VENICE composed by NICCOLO PAGANINI and executed by the Russian violinist VADIM REPIN and Symphony Orchestra conducted by CHUNG MYUNG-WHUN... Paganini, Repin and Myung-Whun, three BIG NAMES for a beautiful piece of art, perfect classical music expression executed with his Guarnieri's Violin by Vadim Repin. For more info: www.italianbusinessguide.com CARNIVAL OF VENICE - NICOLO PAGANINI - CARNEVALE DI VENEZIA Niccolò Paganini (October 27, 1782 May 27, 1840) was an Italian violinist, violist, guitarist, and composer. He was one of the most celebrated violin virtuosi of his time, and left his mark as one of the pillars of modern violin technique. Another aspect of Paganini's violin techniques concerned his flexibility. He had exceptionally long fingers and was capable of playing three octaves across four strings in a hand span, a feat that is still considered impossible by today's standards. His seemingly unnatural ability might have been a result of Marfan syndrome or Ehlers-Danlos syndrome VADIM REPIN RUSSIAN VIOLINIST Vadim Repin (born Novosibirsk, Western Siberia, 31 August 1971) a Russian violinist, Repin studied with Zakhar Bron and was revered throughout Russia as a child prodigy. At the age of 17, Vadim Repin became the youngest winner of the Queen Elisabeth Music Competition in Brussels, the world's premier violin competition Vadim Repin has recorded violin concertos by Beethoven, Mozart, Sibelius, Tchaikovsky, Prokofiev, Shostakovich and ...
Rimsky Korsakov - Scheherazade شهرزاد - ريمسكي كورس
Rimsky Korsakov - Scheherazade شهرزاد - ريمسكي كورس Scheherazade معدل وتعليق! Scheherazade is the young bride of the Sultan. After one of his wives cheats on him, he decides to take a new wife every day and have her executed the next morning. But it all stops with Scheherazade. She marries the Sultan in order to save all future...