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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
Wagner Götterdämmerung - Siegfried's death and Funeral march
Wagner Götterdämmerung - Siegfried's death and Funeral march Richard Wagner (1813-1883) Götterdämmerung - Siegfried's death and funeral march
Schubert - "Death and the Maiden" Quartet in D Minor (1)
Schubert - "Death and the Maiden" Quartet in D Minor (1) FRANZ SCHUBERT (1797-1828) String quartet no. 14 in D minor "Der Tod und das Madchen" D810 1. Allegro 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.
Purcell: Elegy upon the Death of Queen Mary
Purcell: Elegy upon the Death of Queen Mary Henry Purcell (1659-95) O dive custos Auriacae domus (Elegy upon the Death of Queen Mary), Z 504 Text by Henry Parker (1695) Mária Víz - soprano Júlia Sárkány - soprano Katalin Hegedűs - keyboard Júlia Regős - viola da gamba Rózsafüzér Királynéja (Domonkos) templom, Budapest 2010.05.09. ******* O dive custos auriacae domus Et spes labantis certior imperi; O rebus adversis vocande, O superum decus in secundis! Seu te fluentem pronus ad Isida In vota fervens Oxonidum chorus, Seu te precantur, quos remoti Unda lavat properata Cami, Discende caelo non ita creditas Visurus aedes praesidiis tuis, Descende visurus penates Caesaris, et penetrale sacrum. Maria musis flebilis occidit, Maria, gentis deliciae brevis; O flete Mariam! flete Camoenae! O flete, Divae, dea moriente. ******* O sacred guardian of the House of Orange, And certain hope of faltering sovereignty, O thou on whom we call in our misfortunes, Our chiefest glory in prosperity! Whether to thee, prostrate by Isis' stream, Th'Oxonian chorus pays its ardent vows, Or whether they entreat thee, who are laved By hastening waters of the distant Cam, Come down from heaven to visit these thy temples, Bestowed - not thus - upon thy votaries; Come down, to see the sacred hearth and home Of Caesar, and to pass into the shrine. Mary is dead: lament now, O ye Muses! Mary, the brief delight of all our nation; O weep for Mary! weep, O soul of poesy! Weep, goddesses: divinity is dead. (translated by Bruce Wood) ******* Ó, isteni ...
S. Prokofiev, Lieutenant Kijé-Troika / Love and Death
S. Prokofiev, Lieutenant Kijé-Troika / Love and Death Classical music in movies. The music is used in Allen's movie (cfr. www.naxos.com ), but not necessarily in the scenes of the clip. Watch the video in its context : users.telenet.be
Aase's Death (Edward Grieg)
Aase's Death (Edward Grieg) Peer Gynt. Suite No. 1, Op. 46
R. Wagner, Death of Siegfried / Excalibur
R. Wagner, Death of Siegfried / Excalibur Classical music in movies. The music is used in Boormans movie (cfr. : www.naxos.com ). Watch the video in its context (see : users.telenet.be
Purcell: O dive custos - Elegy on the death of Queen Mary
Purcell: O dive custos - Elegy on the death of Queen Mary Emma Kirkby, soprano Evelyn Tubb, soprano New London Consort, Martin Neary Text by Henry Parker (1695) O dive custos auriacae domus Et spes labantis certior imperi; O rebus adversis vocande, O superum decus in secundis! Seu te fluentem pronus ad Isida In vota fervens Oxonidum chorus, Seu te precantur, quos remoti Unda lavat properata Cami, Discende caelo non ita creditas Visurus aedes praesidiis tuis, Descende visurus penates Caesaris, et penetrale sacrum. Maria musis flebilis occidit, Maria, gentis deliciae brevis; O flete Mariam! flete Camoenae! O flete, Divae, dea moriente. O sacred guardian of the House of Orange, And certain hope of faltering sovereignty, O thou on whom we call in our misfortunes, Our chiefest glory in prosperity! Whether to thee, prostrate by Isis' stream, Th'Oxonian chorus pays its ardent vows, Or whether they entreat thee, who are laved By hastening waters of the distant Cam, Come down from heaven to visit these thy temples, Bestowed - not thus - upon thy votaries; Come down, to see the sacred hearth and home Of Caesar, and to pass into the shrine. Mary is dead: lament now, O ye Muses! Mary, the brief delight of all our nation; O weep for Mary! weep, O soul of poesy! Weep, goddesses: divinity is dead. (translated by Bruce Wood)
"Dance Me To The End of Love" Leonard Cohen
"Dance Me To The End of Love" Leonard Cohen Music video for Leonard Cohen's song "Dance Me To The End of Love" from his album "Various Positions.' FINAL NOTE FROM THE MAN HIMSELF: 'Dance Me To The End Of Love' ... it's curious how songs begin because the origin of the song, every song, has a kind of grain or seed that somebody hands you or the world hands you and that's why the process is so mysterious about writing a song. But that came from just hearing or reading or knowing that in the death camps, beside the crematoria, in certain of the death camps, a string quartet was pressed into performance while this horror was going on, those were the people whose fate was this horror also. And they would be playing classical music while their fellow prisoners were being killed and burnt. So, that music, "Dance me to your beauty with a burning violin," meaning the beauty there of being the consummation of life, the end of this existence and of the passionate element in that consummation. But, it is the same language that we use for surrender to the beloved, so that the song -- it's not important that anybody knows the genesis of it, because if the language comes from that passionate resource, it will be able to embrace all passionate activity.
Beethoven - Funeral March
Beethoven - Funeral March Funeral March (Marcia Funebre sulla Morte d'un Eroe - Funeral March on the Death of a Hero), from Piano Sonata Opus 26, No.12 by Beethoven. Recorded on 16 July 2008 at St. John's Parish Church, Ainsdale, Southport.
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