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Jules Massenet / Thais / Meditation
Jules Massenet / Thais / Meditation Jules Massenet Thais Meditation Classic FM M-Tel Radio Symphony Orchestra 13 March 2006 NDK Sofia MAXIM VENGEROV, Violin Conductor: Luciano Di Martino
Ondes Martenot /virtuosistic Formule by Thomas Bloch-TV 1999
Ondes Martenot /virtuosistic Formule by Thomas Bloch-TV 1999 Thomas Bloch: www.thomasbloch.net - "Formule" is one of the most virtuosistic piece written for solo ondes Martenot, composed by and played here by the French multi-instrumentalist Thomas Bloch himself (ondes Martenot, glassharmonica, cristal Baschet, waterphone...) who has played as well with Radiohead, Gorillaz, John Cage as with most prestigious classical soloists and orchestras in the world (Milano Scala, Paris opera...). A short excerpt of the piece taken from a TV program recorded in Paris Musée de la Musique. June 8, 1999. To hear and see the complete work, a more recent version played live at the Barbican Center (London) was added recently on youtube www.youtube.com Other names : Ones Martenot (Catalan), Ondas Martenot (Spain, Portugal), Martenot waves (English), Onde Martenot (Italy), Fale Martenota (Poland), 0™0Û0...0˚0fi0Î0»0Œ (Japan) - wrong name : Martinot
PROKOFIEV: Classical Symphony 1st & 2nd Movements
PROKOFIEV: Classical Symphony 1st & 2nd Movements Allegro Larghetto Slide show showing medallic art by Cabral Antunes and Humberto Mendes National Orchestra of the ORTF Jean Martinon, Conductor PORTRAITS OF COMPOSERS See Part 2 www.youtube.com
PROKOFIEV: Classical Symphony 3rd & 4th Movements
PROKOFIEV: Classical Symphony 3rd & 4th Movements Classical Music, slides of Composers and other prominent personalities of classical music. National Orchestra of the ORTF Jean Martinon, Conductor Check out my Classical Symphony Part 3 & Part 4
L. Couperin - Passacaille in G Minor
L. Couperin - Passacaille in G Minor LOUIS COUPERIN (c. 1626 - 1661) Passacaille for organ in G minor Performed by René Saorgin Painting entitled "Crypt of San Martino ai Monti, Rome" by François-Marius Granet (1806) *Louis Couperin was a French Baroque composer who made significant contributions to the development of Baroque keyboard music. A skillful harpsichordist, organist, and gambist, he was one of the founders of the French harpsichord school and invented the genre of unmeasured prelude for harpsichord. He and his nephew, François le Grand, were the most renowned members of the Couperin family. Most of the information about Couperin's life comes from two sources. Le Parnasse François, a 1732 book by Évrard Titon du Tillet, contains a biographical sketch describing certain details of his life, and some 30 organ pieces list not only the date but also the place of composition. Couperin was born around 1626 in Chaumes-en-Brie, a town 40km south-east from Paris. His father, Charles Couperin, sieur de Crouilly, was a small landowner and part-time organist of a local church. Louis was reportedly an accomplished harpsichordist and violinist by 1650 (and was already composing by then), but had no connections whatsoever with any important musicians of the era. His sudden rise to fame, which happened during 1650-51, is explained in Le Parnasse François. Titon du Tillet writes that Louis, his two younger brothers Charles and François, and some of their friends visited Jacques Champion de Chambonnières on the ...
Concerto ondes Martenot - Jan Erik Mikalsen 2/3 / T. Bloch - C. Egge
Concerto ondes Martenot - Jan Erik Mikalsen 2/3 / T. Bloch - C. Egge Thomas Bloch: www.thomasbloch.net - The French multi-instrumentalist virtuoso Thomas Bloch (ondes Martenot, glassharmonica, cristal Baschet, waterphone...) who has played with Radiohead, Gorillaz and with most prestigious classical soloists and orchestras in the world, Christian Eggen (conductor) and the Oslo SInfonietta play the 2nd movement of the Concerto for sinfonietta with ondes Martenot by the norvegian composer Jan Erik Mikalsen. 1rst movement can be heard here www.youtube.com / 3rd movement can be heard here : www.youtube.com . Live in Radio France Olivier Messiaen's auditorium in Paris during Festival Présences. June 2008.
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