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Jacqueline du Pré - Mendelssohn Song without words
Jacqueline du Pré - Mendelssohn Song without words F.Mendelssohn - Song without words in D major, Op.109 Jacqueline du Pré (1945-1987) and Iris du Pré
Sarah Chang Mendelssohn Violin Concerto Mvt2
Sarah Chang Mendelssohn Violin Concerto Mvt2 Mendelssohn Violin Concerto Movement 2 Andante, Sarah Chang, New York Philharmonic and Kurt Masur - Avery Fisher Hall 1995.
Wedding March from A Midsummer Nights Dream Mendelssohn
Wedding March from A Midsummer Nights Dream Mendelssohn WSU Brass and Organ Recital Organized by Andrew Bishop, Trumpet Ian Schwindt, Trombone Wiedemann Recital Hall Wichita State University April 8, 1996 Well, nobody could ever accuse either myself, or my good friend Ian Schwindt of not being pure, unadulterated "brassholes." We were very fortunate to have not only great friends at WSU who were like-minded in our pursuits of great brass music, but also having at our disposal an amazingly talented church organist, my mother Genevieve Bishop! It should go without saying that this concert was extremely enjoyable to perform. I'm terribly sorry that the video quality of this concert is very poor. I did, however, lay the digital sound over the video, so at least the audio is acceptable. Believe it nor not, this entire recital was given after having only one hour-long rehearsal....a full week before the recital! I believe that is a testament to the outstanding musicians and friends we had at WSU. Not only that, but how lucky were we to have a venue like Wiedemann Recital Hall -- a building solely constructed to house the Great Marcussen Organ? Built in 1986-87, it was the first Marcussen organ built in North America by the Danish firm. For more information, please see: http://www.marcussen-son.dk All the pieces of the "Wedding Suite" were arranged by Ian Schwindt for his own Wedding Ceremony of July 1, 1995. Yes, in fact the wedding had three antiphonal brass choirs and organ. It was the greatest wedding music I'd ever heard until this last May, when I put together the greatest wedding music of ALL-TIMES for my baby sister Katie for her wedding day. Program: Introduction ("Sunrise") -- Richard Strauss From Also Sprach Zarathustra, Op. 30 WEDDING SUITE - Seating of the Parents: Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring (J.S. Bach) - Processional: Hornpipe from Water Music Suite in D (G.F. Handel) - Entrance of the Bride: Fanfare "Abblasen" (G. Reiche) Prelude from Te Deum (M.A. Charpentier) - Recessional: Wedding March from A Midsummer Night's Dream (F. Mendelssohn) Toccata (Charles-Marie Widor) From Organ Symphony No. 5 Feierlicher Einzug (Richard Strauss) Musicians: Genevieve Bishop, Organ Trumpets: Andrew Bishop, Gerald Brandt, Bret Goter, Mark Boren, Paul Hudson, Laura Bornholdt Horns: Susan Snipes, Schuyler Laverentz, Brady Finch, Jeb Wallace, Miah Schneider, Guy Vollen Trombones: Ian Schwindt, Matt Blauer, Jeff Luttrell, Sean Ormerod Tuba: Raymond Linkous Timpani: Phil Merz Conductor: Jeffrey Bishop Please visit me at: www.myspace.com/andrewbishoptrumpet
Sarah Chang Mendelssohn Violin Concerto Mvt1 Part2
Sarah Chang Mendelssohn Violin Concerto Mvt1 Part2 Mendelssohn Violin Concerto Movement 1 Allegro, Molto Appassionato: Part 2 of 2. Sarah Chang, New York Philharmonic and Kurt Masur - Avery Fisher Hall 1995.
Sarah Chang Mendelssohn Violin Concerto Mvt1 Part1
Sarah Chang Mendelssohn Violin Concerto Mvt1 Part1 Mendelssohn Violin Concerto Movement 1 Allegro, molto appassionato: PART 1 OF 2 SARAH CHANG, NEW YORK PHILHARMONIC and KURT MASUR - AVERY FISHER HALL 1995 PART2 HERE: http://youtube.com/watch?v=0_3PJf4lAj0 ***SPECIAL THANKS TO YOUTUBE USER belgradegeneve FOR THE VIDEOS!***
Felix Mendelssohn : The Hebrides (Fingal's Cave) - Overture
Felix Mendelssohn : The Hebrides (Fingal's Cave) - Overture Title : Felix Mendelssohn : The Hebrides "Die Hebriden" (Fingal's Cave) - Overture Date : 1830
Mendelssohn Piano Trios: Itzhak Perlman, Yo-Yo Ma & Emanuel Ax Album
Mendelssohn Piano Trios: Itzhak Perlman, Yo-Yo Ma & Emanuel Ax Album YO-YO MA BACK TO CLASSICAL WORLD FIRST TIME COLLABORATION WITH MULTIPLE GRAMMY AWARD-WINNING ARTISTS EMANUEL AX ITZHAK PERLMAN MENDELSSOHN: PIANO TRIOS CD OUT NOW Tracks 1. Piano Trio No. 1 in D Minor, Op. 49; I. Molto allegro e agitato 2. Piano Trio No. 1 in D Minor, Op. 49; II. Andante con moto tranquillo 3. Piano Trio No. 1 in D Minor, Op. 49; III. Scherzo: Leggiero e vivace 4. Piano Trio No. 1 in D Minor, Op. 49; IV. Finale: Allegro assai appassionato 5. Piano Trio No. 2 in C Minor Op. 66; I. Allegro energico e con fuoco 6. Piano Trio No. 2 in C Minor Op. 66; II. Andante espressivo 7. Piano Trio No. 2 in C Minor Op. 66; III. Scherzo: Molto allegro quasi presto 8. Piano Trio No. 2 in C Minor Op. 66; IV. Finale: Allegro appassionato 孟德爾頌:鋼琴三重奏【專輯曲目】: 01. 孟德爾頌:D小調第一號鋼琴三重奏,作品49 第一樂章:相當快而且激動地02. 孟德爾頌:D小調第一號鋼琴三重奏,作品49 第二樂章:相當平靜的行板03. 孟德爾頌:D小調第一號鋼琴三重奏,作品49 第三樂章:詼諧曲,輕巧而且活潑地04. 孟德爾頌:D小調第一號鋼琴三重奏,作品49 第四樂章:終曲,很快的快板05. 孟德爾頌:C小調第二號鋼琴三重奏,作品66 第一樂章:有力而且熱情的快板06. 孟德爾頌:C小調第二號鋼琴三重奏,作品66 第二樂章:有表現力的行板07. 孟德爾頌:C小調第二號鋼琴三重奏,作品66 第三樂章:詼諧曲,很快的,近乎急板08. 孟德爾頌:C小調第二號鋼琴三重奏,作品66 第四樂章:終曲,熱情的快板
F. Mendelssohn (1829) "Fingal's Cave" (Die Hebriden Op.26) BOSTON
F. Mendelssohn (1829) "Fingal's Cave" (Die Hebriden Op.26) BOSTON THANK GOD FOR WARNER BROTHERS CARTOONS. THAT IS WHERE I FIRST HEARD THIS PIECE AS A CHILD!!!!-:) Fingal's Cave is a sea cave on the uninhabited island of Staffa, in the Inner Hebrides of Scotland, part of a National Nature Reserve owned by the National Trust for Scotland. It is formed entirely from hexagonally jointed basalt columns, similar in structure to (and part of the same ancient lava flow as) the Giant's Causeway in Northern Ireland and those of nearby Ulva. In both cases, the cooling surface of the mass of hot lava cracked in a hexagonal pattern in a similar way to drying mud cracking as it shrinks, and these cracks gradually extended down into the mass of lava as it cooled and shrank to form the columns, which were subsequently exposed by erosion. The cave was brought to the attention of the English-speaking world by 18th-century naturalist Sir Joseph Banks in 1772.It became known as Fingal's Cave after the eponymous hero of an epic poem by 18th-century Scots poet-historian James Macpherson. Romantic composer Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy visited in 1829 and wrote Die Hebriden (in English, Hebrides Overture Opus 26, commonly known as Fingal's Cave overture), inspired by the weird echoes in the cave. Mendelssohn's overture popularized the cave as a tourist destination. Other famous 19th-century visitors included author Jules Verne; poets William Wordsworth, John Keats, and Alfred, Lord Tennyson; and Romantic artist JMW Turner, who painted "Staffa, Fingal's Cave" in ...
Mendelssohn :Symphony No.4 in A, 'Italian', 1st movement
Mendelssohn :Symphony No.4 in A, 'Italian', 1st movement Title : Felix Mendelssohn :Symphony No.4 in A, 'Italian', 1st movement Date : 1838 From Wikipedia ,The Symphony No. 4 in A major, Op. 90, commonly known as the Italian, is an orchestral symphony written by German composer Felix Mendelssohn. The work has its origins, like the composer's Scottish Symphony and the orchestral overture The Hebrides (Fingal's Cave), in the tour of Europe which occupied Mendelssohn from 1829 to 1831. Its inspiration is the colour and atmosphere of Italy. The Italian Symphony was completed in 1833, and was first performed in London at a Royal Philharmonic Society concert. However, Mendelssohn remained unsatisfied with the composition and even wrote an alternate version of the second, third, and fourth movements. He never published the symphony, which only appeared in print after his death. The piece is scored for 2 flutes, 2 oboes, 2 clarinets, 2 bassoons, 2 horns, 2 trumpets, timpani and strings. It is in four movements: Allegro vivace Andante con moto Con moto moderato Saltarello: Presto The joyful first movement, in sonata form, is followed by an impression in D minor of a religious procession the composer witnessed in Naples. The third movement is a minuet and trio, while the final movement (which is in the minor key throughout) incorporates dance figurations from the Roman saltarello and the Neapolitan tarantella. A typical performance lasts about half an hour.
Bernstein Conducts Mendelssohn Symphony No. 4, "Italian" (1/4)
Bernstein Conducts Mendelssohn Symphony No. 4, "Italian" (1/4) Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy: Symphony No. 4 in A Minor, Opus 90. "Italian" (1/4) I. Allegro Vivace Conducted by: Leonard Bernstein Orchestra: New York Philharmonic (1953 New York Recording)
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