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Marco Porcu: "Perpetual Emotion" by Al Di Meola Solo Guitar
Marco Porcu: "Perpetual Emotion" by Al Di Meola Solo Guitar Solo guitar performance by amazing Italian guitarist, Marco Porcu. He plays "Perpetual Emotion" by Al Dimeola as the opening piece for a live concert in Padova, Italy on July 23, 2006. Born in Milan, Italy, Marco developed a passion for music at a young age. He received his first guitar as a gift, at age 9, when he was enrolled into the Lainate Private School in Milan. While there, he studied both classical and contemporary music and was influenced by a variety of classical and modern artists. At age 17, he was introduced to the fire of flamenco jazz, as played by Al Di Meola, John McLaughlin, and Paco De Lucia, and to the passionate tango music of Astor Piazzola. By age 21, Marco was composing.
Marco Porcu: "Tango Suite" by Astor Piazzolla on Solo Guitar
Marco Porcu: "Tango Suite" by Astor Piazzolla on Solo Guitar "Just a little video with a handmade guitar recorded with the mobile phone of a friend last year after breakfast." The Allegro from the "Tango Suite" of Astor Piazzolla, up close and personal, played on solo guitar in a way that only Marco is capable of. Based on the arrangement by World Sinfonia. The "Tango Suite" was composed for Sergio and Odair Assad, "Duo Assad." The brothers from Brazil make up one of the most respected and critically acclaimed classical guitar duos in the world. Born in Milan, Italy, Marco developed a passion for music at a young age. He received his first guitar as a gift, at age 9, when he was enrolled into the Lainate Private School in Milan. While there, he studied both classical and contemporary music and was influenced by a variety of classical and modern artists. At age 17, he was introduced to the fire of flamenco jazz, as played by Al Di Meola, John McLaughlin, and Paco De Lucia, and to the passionate tango music of Astor Piazzola. By age 21, Marco was composing.
Handel - Recorder sonata in A minor (live)
Handel - Recorder sonata in A minor (live) Ensemble Estro Cromatico, Milano Marco Scorticati flauto dolce Davide Pozzi clavicembalo Georg Friedrich Händel Sonata a Flauto e Cembalo in La min. (Live concert) Festival internazionale di Musica antica Settimane Barocche di Brescia 10 ottobre 2008, Nave (BS), Italy MARCO SCORTICATI Born in Milan in 1980, he begun studying recorder at a very early age. He took lessons from Giovanni Antonini (from 1990 to '97), Pedro Memelsdorff (with whom he graduated in '99 at the Civica Scuola di Musica Antica in Milan), Walter van Hauwe (from 1999 to 2001 at the "Sweelinck" Conservatorium in Amsterdam) and Kees Boeke (at the Musikhochschule of Zurich, where he graduated in 2003). He also attended the "C. Pollini" Conservatory in Padua obtaining his degree in 1999 and studied composition with Fabio Vacchi at the "G. Verdi" Conservatory in Milan. He studied baroque transverse flute with Marco Brolli in Milan. As a recorder and transverse flute player he regularly performs with his ensemble Estro Cromatico, collaborating with well-known singers such as sopranos Nuria Rial, María Espada, Mária Zádori and counter-tenor Roberto Balconi. He also collaborates ao with Accademia Bizantina (Ottavio Dantone), Europa Galante (Fabio Biondi), Il Giardino Armonico (Giovanni Antonini) and Venice Baroque Orchestra (Andrea Marcon). He has also performed with the Milan Teatro alla Scala Orchestra directed by Ottavio Dantone, Giovanni Antonini and Rinaldo Alessandrini. He appears on CD and DVD recordings ...
Rossini - Sinfonia da "L'Italiana in Algeri" - Quintetto Veneto d
Rossini - Sinfonia da "L'Italiana in Algeri" - Quintetto Veneto d Gioacchino Rossini, finale della sinfonia da "L'Italiana in Algeri" - Quintetto Veneto di fisarmoniche esegue un concerto di musica classica in una villa Palladiana. Presentazione del Compact Disc "Estro Armonico", con la prefazione di Gervasio Marcosignori, oscar mondiale della fisarmonica. MUSICISTI Gianni Bertolini, Nereo Fiori, Massimo Bertolini, Nicola Tamburini e Denis Bruzzo.
Saint Saens:Violin Concerto No.3 1st Mov(Silvia Marcovici)
Saint Saens:Violin Concerto No.3 1st Mov(Silvia Marcovici) Saint Saens:Violin Concerto No.3 1st Mov
Saint Saens:Violin Concerto No.3 3rd Mov(Silvia Marcovici)
Saint Saens:Violin Concerto No.3 3rd Mov(Silvia Marcovici) Saint Saens:Violin Concerto No.3 3rd Mov
Chopin - Nocturno en si bemol menor Op 9 Nº 1
Chopin - Nocturno en si bemol menor Op 9 Nº 1 Pianista Claudio Arrau Primeros nocturnos publicado por Chopin en 1833 en Paris, mas no el primer compuesto (los nocturnos postumos ocupan ese puesto). Inspirados es las obras de John Field, el aprenderia y tomaria un estilo de composicion como suyo dandoles alma a los "preciosos pero vacios marcos de Field" (Alfred Cortot). El nocturno N° 1, aunque hermoso, es apenas el susurro de lo que vendria despues. Segun Bernard Gavoty "un tema de arpegio monotono y tristeza distinguida"
Grillo - Sonata seconda à 7 (Gabriel Garrido & Ensemble Elyma)
Grillo - Sonata seconda à 7 (Gabriel Garrido & Ensemble Elyma) ※ Listen in stereo ※ youtube.com Giovanni Battista Grillo (15?? ~1622) - Sonata seconda à 7 (1618) - Ensemble Elyma Gabriel Garrido (conductor) Giovanni Battista Grillo (late 16th century Venice, mid-Nov 1622) was an Italian composer and organist. Little is known about Grillo until he was elected organist to the Venetian confraternity 'Scuola Grande di S Rocco' on 28 August 1612. In addition he was appointed first organist of San Marco on 30 December 1619. His music reflects on Giovanni Gabrieli, especially his Sacri concentus ac symphoniae (Venice 1618) which includes vocal canzonas up to 12 parts, using cori spezzati. He is also known for three instrumental canzonas published in Raveri's collection Canzoni per sonare con ogni sorte di stromenti (Venice, 1608)
Preludio nº5 en La menor (Francisco Tárrega)
Preludio nº5 en La menor (Francisco Tárrega) Esta es probablemente la melodía más triste y melancólica que yo conozco. Los preludios no son piezas demasiado conocidas en la obra de Tárrega aunque son maravillosos, como todo lo suyo. Francisco Tárrega, a pesar de su enorme humildad, marcó un antes y un después en la guitarra clásica, considerada un instrumento vulgar antes de su tiempo. Su labor como compositor, transcriptor, intérprete y profesor es la causa de que hoy la guitarra sea un instrumento reconocido en la musica culta. Es uno de los músicos que más respeto. ----------- This is probably the saddest and most melancholic melody I know. The "Preludios" are not too known pieces throughout Tarrega's work, though they are wonderful, like his whole work. Francisco Tarrega, despite his huge humility, marked a milestone in classical guitar, considered a vulgar instrument until then. Thanks his labour as composer, transcriber, performer and teacher, guitar is nowadays a worldwide renown instrument in cultivated music. He is one of the musicians I respect the most.
Antonio Mascolo -"Scherzo" Ginastera Guitar Sonata Op. 47
Antonio Mascolo -"Scherzo" Ginastera Guitar Sonata Op. 47 Antonio Mascolo Plays Ginastera scherzo , from Sonata op. 47..Concert live in Mantova 2001. Yuichi Imai guitar . September 11 , 2001 www.antoniomascolo.it http info@antoniomascolo.it Antonio Mascolo was born in Naples, Italy, in 1981. He started to study classical guitar as a child and eventually went on to study under the renowned master Aniello Desiderio. In 2001, He graduated from the Conservatory of Music in Benevento, with the highest grade, having been awarded the "cum laude" and a special mention. In 2002, He was awarded "the best graduate of the year" by the conservatoire. He also attends musical interpretation classes given by Angel Romero , Marco Socias and David Russell. Antonio has won several prizes at international and national guitar competitions. 1992 Concorso Pergolesi di Napoli First Prize 1994 Concorso Savona in musica Special Prize 1995 10°Concorso Giovani Musicisti Gargano First Prize 1996 9° Rassegna Internazionale di Pescara First Prize 1997 Concorso Nazionale di chitarra Città di Ercolano First Prize 2000 Concorso di Interpretazione Musicale Città di Arenzano First Prize He was invited to the "International Guitar Festival of Mantova", where he performed in the presence of Alirio Diaz, receiving unanimous critical acclaim and audience, in 2002. In 2007, He took part in the association of "David and Maria Russell Right Profit", which is organized evey year in Citta' della Pieve in Italy, by David Russell. His first album "Dune" has published with ...
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