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Timbre Russian Accordion Group (Русский тембр)
Timbre Russian Accordion Group (Русский тембр) K.Weil - Mekki-Messer The Timbre Russian Accordion Group was founded in Moscow in the year 1982 by Valeri Somorov. There where five musicians in the Group until today: Paul Zaitsev, Viacheslav Stoma, Aleksej Kochurov, Michail Dmitrokopulo, Viacheslav Kuzminskiy (art.director of the group). In the ensemble are only promovated solists. This is the only professional group in Russia, which plays the unique instruments made by the Russian Engineer Nikolai Kosorukov and called timbre accordions. Those instruments dont have any analogues in the world. Their sound quality resembles closely that of symphonic orchestra wind instruments made of brass or wood. So they were called Oboe, Clarinet, French horn and Tuba. The traditional multitimbral accordion is also used in the Group. Included in the repertoire of the Group are works of Russian and foreign classical compositions, folk songs from all over the world, Jazz and contempory music. At the present the Timbre Russian Accordion Group is the leader of all Russian accordion ensembles. It has made a lot of recordings on the radio and TV. The Group has record many CDs as well. The musicians gave Concerts in many countries of the world: Germany, Switzerland, France, Greece, Finland, Holland, Italy, Portugal and many more. They are also winners of all Russian (Moscow 1985, Tula 1986, Sverdlovsk 1990, Moscow 1997, 2007) and several foreign competitions: Grand Prix International (France 1991), Citta di Castelfidardo (Italy 1991). 19 of ...
João Barradas (14 years old - Vice World Champion) Accordion
João Barradas (14 years old - Vice World Champion) Accordion João Barradas (Vice World Champion) in the world trophy 2006 playng "Sur un air de Migliavacca". Visite: www.myspace.com/joaobarrradas João Barradas (Vice- Campeão do Mundo)no Troféu Mundial de Acordeão tocando "Sur un air de Migliavacca". Visit: www.myspace.com/joaobarradas João Barradas, was born in Portugal, Porto Alto, Samora Correia in February, 1992. João began to learn the accordion at the age of 6, at Music School of Samora Correia, at the age of 7 entered IMVM in Lisbon and the age of 9 entered the 2d grade of The Official Accordion Course, having as a teacher Aníbal Freire, 2 times World Champion of Accordion. João finished The Official Accordion Course with 20 average (Max classification). The preparation for Internacional an Nacional Competitions is done, in France, with the prestigious professor Frédéric Deschamps. He is studying at Centro de Musica JB Jazz, having pianist Paula Sousa as instrument teacher. Actually studies improvisation and harmony with Pedro Madaleno. In Spite of being young, he has taken part at many shows and concerts: at The Maria Matos Theatre, The São Luis Theatre, The Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation in Lisbon, The Camões Theatre, European Concert at Jerónimos Abbey, Torre de Belém Concert, European Concert at The Belém Cultural Centre, the Concert at Noble Hall of National Conservatoire. He took part at The Internacional Week of Accordion Playing of Alcobaça, Internacional Gala in Faro (Faro the Capital of Culture), Concerts at Noble ...
J.S. Bach's Invention No. 13 in A minor - Accordion Duet
J.S. Bach's Invention No. 13 in A minor - Accordion Duet Invention No. 13 in A minor by J.S. Bach, played on two accordions by Jo Brunenberg and Wim Niëns.
Kid Shreds on Accordion
Kid Shreds on Accordion some kid rips out a classical solo on his accordion. taken from chrudat.com
Nikolai Chaikin: Concerto No.1 in Bb Major for Accordion and Orchest
Nikolai Chaikin: Concerto No.1 in Bb Major for Accordion and Orchest Nick Ariondo, virtuoso accordionist/composer & Double Grammy Award Winner performs the Nikolai Chaikin: Concerto No.1 in Bb Major for Accordion & Orchestra with the Olympia Philharmonic Orchestra, Fung Ho, conductor/music director, sponsored by the Hennings-Fischer Foundation and the Olympia Philharmonic Society, 2005 [A Noumi Fischer Legacy Concert]. Throughout the years, Nick Ariondo worked closely with string pedagogue Noumi Fischer, performing in his master classes, orchestra concerts & string recitals, adapting piano scores for the accordion while accompanying violin, viola & cello concertos, sonatas and recital pieces. Noumi Fischers insight and openness in recognizing the validity and seriousness of the accordion was most appreciated. Upon hearing Nicks performance of this concerto at UCLAs Royce Hall to a full capacity auditorium, conductor Zubin Mehta called Nick Ariondo a brilliant success! (The Armenian Observer, Ed Hosharian concert review). Nick expresses sincere thanks to the Hennings-Fischer Foundation as it was an honor to partake in this memorable concert tribute in dedication to the great violin master, Noumi Fischer. The accordion concerto, originally written for the bayan - the Russian chromatic-button accordion - displays the ultimate beauty and style of Russian folk music in a classical/romantic setting similar to that of Tchaikovsky and other composers of the 19th and 20th centuries.
Nikolai Chaikin: Concerto No. 1 in Bb Major for Accordion and Orches
Nikolai Chaikin: Concerto No. 1 in Bb Major for Accordion and Orches Nick Ariondo, virtuoso accordionist/composer & Double Grammy Award Winner performs the Nikolai Chaikin: Concerto No.1 in Bb Major for Accordion & Orchestra with the Olympia Philharmonic Orchestra, Fung Ho, conductor/music director, sponsored by the Hennings-Fischer Foundation and the Olympia Philharmonic Society, 2005 [A Noumi Fischer Legacy Concert]. Throughout the years, Nick Ariondo worked closely with string pedagogue Noumi Fischer, performing in his master classes, orchestra concerts & string recitals, adapting piano scores for the accordion while accompanying violin, viola & cello concertos, sonatas and recital pieces. Noumi Fischers insight and openness in recognizing the validity and seriousness of the accordion was most appreciated. Upon hearing Nicks performance of this concerto at UCLAs Royce Hall to a full capacity auditorium, conductor Zubin Mehta called Nick Ariondo a brilliant success! (The Armenian Observer, Ed Hosharian concert review). Nick expresses sincere thanks to the Hennings-Fischer Foundation as it was an honor to partake in this memorable concert tribute in dedication to the great violin master, Noumi Fischer. The accordion concerto, originally written for the bayan - the Russian chromatic-button accordion - displays the ultimate beauty and style of Russian folk music in a classical/romantic setting similar to that of Tchaikovsky and other composers of the 19th and 20th centuries.
Accordion Solo - Flight of the Bumble Bee(Classical Version) by Anni
Accordion Solo - Flight of the Bumble Bee(Classical Version) by Anni www.annieaccordion.com For more laid back jazz, Rock music downloading.
Isaac Bustos plays Sonatina Meridional I. Campo
Isaac Bustos plays Sonatina Meridional I. Campo Classical guitarist Isaac Bustos plays Ponce's Sonatina Meridional I. Campo Recorded live at Laredo Community College March 2007 Guitar - 2004 Fritz Mueller Double Top
Celine Dion - Ave Maria
Celine Dion - Ave Maria Ave Maria by Celine Dion The Ave Maria was composed in about 1825 by Franz Schubert (1797-1828) when he was twenty-eight years old and filled with devotion to the Blessed Virgin Mary. It was written for voice and piano and first Published in 1826 as Op 52 no 6. The words most commonly used with Schubert's music are not the words that the composer originally set to music. to look for full description go here: carols.org.uk follow me on twitterrrrrr: twitter.com singer: celine dion (1968 - ) composer: franz schubert (1797 - 1828)
Prelude from Bach's Prelude and Fugue in D minor on Accordion - BWV 539
Prelude from Bach's Prelude and Fugue in D minor on Accordion - BWV 539 Jo Brunenberg on classical piano accordion, performing Prelude from Prelude and Fugue in D minor by J.S. Bach.
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