Anne Sophie Mutter | Massenet : Meditation from Thais | 13 years old www.facebook.com | Historical footage of 13 year old German violin virtuoso Anne Sophie Mutter performing Jules Massenets Meditation from Thais | Performance conducted by Herbert von Karajan and the Berliner Philharmoniker | The Violin Channel
Anne-Sophie Mutter plays Méditation from Thaïs Anne-Sophie Mutter & Lambert Orkis plays the Méditation from Thais
Anne-Sophie Mutter Mozart Violin & Piano Sonata No. 28 in E flat maj Anne-Sophie Mutter plays WA Mozart Violin & Piano Sonata No. 28 in E flat major K380 with Lambert Orkis. III.-Rondeau. Allegro
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Bedřich Smetana - Šárka (My Country, Prague Spring 2011) Bedřich Smetana: Šárka Cyklus symfonických básní Má vlast/My Country, cycle of symphonic poems Symfonický orchestr Pražské konzervatoře/Prague Conservatoire Symphony Orchestra řídí/conducted Jiří Bělohlávek Pražské jaro/Prague Spring 2011 Zahajovací koncert/Opening Concert (12/05/2011) Smetanova síň Obecního domu v Praze/Municipal House -- Smetana Hall, Prague The Prague Spring Festival was held for the first time in 1946 in honour of the 50th anniversary of establishment of theCzech Philharmonic and 12th May was chosen as the opening date for the festival as the date of death of Bedřich Smetana, a national classic music composer. Establishment of the festival was the culmination of long-term efforts (nearly 70 years) by the Prague music community to hold an annual music event with participation by first-class soloists and leading orchestras from around the world. Since 1952 the festival has been launched by a performance of the symphonic poem Má vlast by Bedřich Smetana and closed by a performance of An Ode to Joy by Ludwig van Beethoven. World class artists who have performed on the Prague festival's podiums include Lorin Maazel, Herbert von Karajan, Mstislav Rostropovič, Sir Colin Davis, Maurice André, Leonid Kogan, Paul Klecki, Anne-Sophie Mutter, Alfred Brendel, Heinrich Schiff, Leopold Stokowski, Arthur Honegger, Artur Rubinstein and David Oistrach. Czech artists include Karel Ančerl, Rudolf Firkušný, Jaroslav Krombholc, Rafael Kubelík, Jarmila Novotná, Václav ...
Carmen: Habanera on solo classical guitar by Da Vynci (v2.0) Habanera (L'amour est un oiseau rebelle) from the opera Carmen, composed by Georges Bizet / Sebastian Yradier, on classical guitar. v1.0: www.youtube.com Carmen is probably one of the first works that attracted me into the world of classical music. I remember when I was still in primary school, I once heard a recording of Anne-Sophie Mutters performance of Pablo de Sarasate's Carmen Fantasy on RTHK Radio 4, and it was remarkable. Since then I have also listened to many other renditions, but something always draw me back to Mutters legendary recording. I remember I often listened to this track when I went to Urban Councils music library. Eventually, I bought the CD of that recording in year 8 and this remains as one of my favourites to date.
Geza Hosszu Legocky & Martha Argerich (Kreisler - Liebesleid Fritz Kreisler: Liebesleid for Violin and Piano Geza Hosszu Legocky and Martha Argerich Live from the International Ruhr Festival.Dortmund (Germany) 2005Biography Praised by musicians, audiences, and music critics as a rising "tour de force" in the classical music scene, Géza Hosszu-Legocky's critical acclaim culminated with the nomination of two Grammy® Awards, including the "Best Classical Music Album 2005" and "Best Chamber Music Recording 2005" for his recording of the Schumann Violin Sonata in A minor and other chamber music works with an all-star cast including Martha Argerich, Maxim Vengerov, Lilya Zilberstein, and Gabriela Montero on EMI Classics recorded in 2004. In 2003, he released his first EMI Classics recording performing traditional Hungarian Gypsy music with his ensemble "The 5 DeVils". Known for his passionate and fiery interpretations of classical, jazz, and Hungarian gypsy music, he first made his public debut at the age of 9 on Austrian Television "ORF". Since then, he has performed with the National Hungarian Orchestra of Budapest and performed in Argentina, France, Germany, Spain, Japan, Italy, and the USA. As a guest soloist, he has been invited to perform with the major orchestras and ensembles throughout the world including the Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France with Myung-Whun Chung, NHK Orchestra in Tokyo with Charles Dutoit, and the Kremerata Baltica with Gidon Kremer. His regular chamber music partners include Martha Argerich, Gautier ...