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The Notorious B.I.G. & Sadat X ft Debussy's Prélude ...
The Notorious B.I.G. & Sadat X ft Debussy's Prélude ... free mp3 → http://soundcloud.com/forjerz/the-notorious-b-i-g-feat-sadat/download all instruments played by Dan Kreiger produced by Dan Kreiger "Come On" (feat. Sadat X) by C.Wallace aka The Notorious B.I.G. Prélude from Suite "Pour le piano" by Claude Debussy inspired by Michel Camilo derivative work For Jerz is Dan Kreiger always in progress
Antonio Vivaldi "La notte"
Antonio Vivaldi "La notte" Antonio Vivaldi "La notte", Raphael Leone Flute, Izabella Shareyko conductor, Vienna St. Thekla church
The Notorious B.I.G. (ft. Verdi/Liszt's ...
The Notorious B.I.G. (ft. Verdi/Liszt's ... free mp3 → http://soundcloud.com/forjerz/verdilisztbiggie/download

Pianist: Dan Kreiger (aka For Jerz) || Rigoletto by Giuseppe Verdi || Concert-Paraphrase about the quartet by Franz Liszt || "Think Big'" by Christopher Wallace (aka The Notorious B.I.G.) || Produced and Arranged by Dan Kreiger (aka For Jerz) || derivative work
Antonio Vivaldi - Flute Concerto in G minor 'La Notte'
Antonio Vivaldi - Flute Concerto in G minor 'La Notte' Title : Antonio Vivaldi - Flute Concerto in G minor 'La Notte' Date : 1731
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
Pianoteq vs. Petrof
Pianoteq vs. Petrof At the 2008 Music Bridges International festival in Prague, pianist Hugh Sung compares two pianos - one digital, by Pianoteq (keyboard controller by Bohemia), the other acoustic, by Petrof, playing a small segment of Debussy's "Clair de lune". At the end of the clip, Hugh refers to a "piano tasting" radio news piece that was aired on WHYY in Philadelphia. You can read the original post at www.hughsung.com or you can go directly to the audio clips here: www.whyy.org www.whyy.org Pianoteq is the virtual piano program being developed by Modartt in France (www.pianoteq.com ) For more about Hugh Sung and his forays into technologies for the classical musician, please visit http For more information about Music Bridges International, please visit: www.musicbridgesinternational.com
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.
Gaetano Donizetti - Il campanello di notte (1836) - Cavatina for Ann
Gaetano Donizetti - Il campanello di notte (1836) - Cavatina for Ann "Il campanello di notte" (or "The Night Bell"), one of Donizetti's smaller, least known works, is a part of a series of one act operas that the composer produced on the peak of his popularity. The opera was composed for Naples, about nine months after the great success of "Lucia di Lammermoor" at il Teatro San Carlo, and presented at il Teatro Nuovo on the 6th of June, 1836. The farse, in three words, light, characterful, delightful, is proof of Donizetti's prowess in the comical genre. The narrative is simple: Don Annibale Pistacchio, a pharmacist from Naples, is celebrating his future marriage with Serafina, a beautiful girl, younger than her groom by quite a number of years. Annibale, however, is nervous about leaving his bride the next morning to travel to Rome, so he is in a hurry to consummate his marriage with the girl. He is confronted by Enrico, cousin and Serafina's former lover in a series of ridiculous night calls (which Annibale is forced to answer by law) that keep Annibale from even entering the bridal chambers and, finally, leaving Serafina to Enrico, the man she truly loves. All this is presented in some of Donizetti's most humorous numbers, one of which is presented here. The piece is actually Annibale's joyous cavatina, one of my favorites among all of Donizetti's buffo pieces, as he celebrates his future happiness with Serafina. The aria is divided into two parts: a parlando cantabile, set to an ABA structure, as the bass praises the beauty and the ...
YOU CANNOT START WITHOUT ME - Valery Gergiev - Maestro Trailer
YOU CANNOT START WITHOUT ME - Valery Gergiev - Maestro Trailer Valery Gergiev is widely acclaimed as one of the leading conductors of our time. Currently director of the Mariinsky Theater in St. Petersburg, he also holds posts at the Metropolitan Opera in New York, the London Symphony Orchestra, and the Rotterdam Orchestra, among others. You Cannot Start Without Me offers viewers an exclusive year in the life look at Gergiev on the go: rehearsal excerpts and performance sequences will be interspersed with the Maestros myriad of activities in London, New York and St. Petersburg over the course of a season to create an intimate portrait of a true classical music dynamo. In cinema verité style, the camera will capture his process and communications with musicians to illuminate his rehearsal strategy and technique—how he knows when to stop, when to speak, and when not to interrupt the music, encouraging or correcting with a glance. Proceeding on several levels simultaneously, this performance-documentary will allow viewers to know and understand Gergiev the man in order to better appreciate the brilliance of Gergiev the conductor.
Bolero by Ravel on Classical Guitar Tabs /Notes Available
Bolero by Ravel on Classical Guitar Tabs /Notes Available www.Universitypublishinghouse.net My arrangement and I play both sides of the duet of guitar and violin. Guitar notes and tabs available on website. Link takes you directly there- no wild goose chase. Not free, but cheap. Also, checkout the "Classical Guitar Forum": www.randy-nyborg.blogspot.com . Get into some interesting discussions about classical guitar!
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