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Asad Amanat Ali Khan - Last Song of Last Concert for PTv
Asad Amanat Ali Khan - Last Song of Last Concert for PTv On the First Death Anniversary of Asad Amanat Ali Khan. Ghazal: Insha Ji utho ab Kooch karo is shehr mein Ji ko lagana kya .. It was sung originally by Asad's Father Ustad Amanat Ali Khan as his last song for PTv. Now the son following him. Lyrics: Ibne Insha Tabla: Sajjad Khan Regards Dr.Bukhari
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
Sabicas, 1963: La Malagueña (Ernesto Lecuona y Casado)
Sabicas, 1963: La Malagueña (Ernesto Lecuona y Casado) Sabicas (1912-1990, Agustín Castellón Campos) performs La Malaguena (composed by Ernesto Lecuona, 1895-1963) in this 1963 recording issued on the United Artists Records label, serial number UAS 6236. From this LP: Sabicas, 1963: Gran Jota Di Concierto (Tarrega / Sabicas) - www.youtube.com My collection of Flamenco guitar music -- Sabicas, Manuel Cano, Manitas de Plata, Carlos Montoya -- www.youtube.com My collection of classical guitar music -- Julian Bream, Brigitte Zaczek, Andre Segovia, Chrisopher Parkening -- www.youtube.com -------------------------------------------------- Ernesto Sixto de la Asunción Lecuona y Casado (6 de agosto de 1895, Guanabacoa, Cuba - 29 de noviembre de 1963, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, España) fue un intérprete y compositor de música cubano. Hijo de un periodista español que se radicó en Cuba, comenzó a estudiar piano bajo la tutela de su hermana Ernestina. Fue un niño prodigio. Dio su primer recital a los 5 años, ya los 13 realizó su primera composición, la marcha two step titulada Cuba y América para banda de concierto. Estudió en el Peyrellade Conservatoire con Antonio Saavedra y el famoso Joaquín Nin. Se graduó en el Conservatorio Nacional de La Habana con una medalla de oro en interpretación cuando tenía 16 años. Fuera de Cuba comenzó su carrera en el Aeolian Hall (Nueva York) y continuó sus estudios en Francia con Maurice Ravel. Él introdujo la primera orquesta latina en los Estados Unidos, los Lecuona Cuban Boys. Es considerado el músico ...
The Henri Casadesus Society of Ancient Instruments - "Minuet of the
The Henri Casadesus Society of Ancient Instruments - "Minuet of the THE HENRI CASADESUS SOCIETY OF ANCIENT INSTRUMENTS play "Minuet of the Land of Love" on Columbia #50262-D, recorded in the late '20s. Marius, Lucette, & Régine Casadesus, and M. Devilliers. FROM WIKIPEDIA: Casadesus received his early musical instruction with Albert Lavignac and studied viola with Théophile Laforge at the Conservatoire de Paris, taking first prize in 1899. From 1910 to 1917, he was the violist of the Capet Quartet. Along with Camille Saint-Saëns, Casadesus founded the Society of Ancient Instruments in 1901. The society, which operated between 1901 and 1939, was a quintet of performers who used obsolete instruments such as the viola da gamba, or Casadesus's own instrument, the viola d'amore. The quintet was also notable in its day for premiering rediscovered works by long-dead composers. It was later discovered that Casadesus and his brothers, notably Marius Casadesus, wrote these works. The Adélaïde Concerto, allegedly by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, is sometimes mistakenly attributed to Henri but is actually by Marius. Just thought I'd upload this because it's a pretty hard-to-find recording. Enjoy!
Pasadena Strings - 7 Ensembles Playing Pachelbel's Canon in D
Pasadena Strings - 7 Ensembles Playing Pachelbel's Canon in D Pachelbel's Canon in D played by 7 string ensembles: Cello (solo) Violin, Cello Duo Violin, Viola, Cello (String Trio) 2 Violins, Viola, Cello (String Quartet) Violin, Cello, Celtic Harp Violin, Cello, Classical Guitar Violin, Cello, Hammer Dulcimer Violin, Cello, Piano Pasadena Strings is based in the Los Angeles area and can be contacted at: www.PasadenaStrings.com http and at: www.projectwedding.com
Suite for Cello, Gaspar Gassado Teodora Miteva Cello
Suite for Cello, Gaspar Gassado Teodora Miteva Cello Suite for Cello Teodora Miteva Cellist Composer Gaspar Gassado Soloist Vienna Philharmonic Women´s Orchestra St. Thekla Church CLASSICAL MUSIC
Tsimponis Dimitris plays Farewell by Sergio Assad
Tsimponis Dimitris plays Farewell by Sergio Assad A classical guitar player from Greece Tsimponis Dimitris plays Farewell - Sergio Assad . Larisa 2007
Sergio and Odair Assad play Rhapsody in Blue, part 1
Sergio and Odair Assad play Rhapsody in Blue, part 1 The Assad brothers offer their arrangement of George Gershwin's classic. Live from Poland. part 1
Gaby Casadesus plays Debussy Pour le Piano
Gaby Casadesus plays Debussy Pour le Piano I. Prélude II. Sarabande III. Toccata american recordings '40s Gaby Casadesus (August 9, 1901 - November 12, 1999) was a French classical pianist and teacher born in Marseilles, France. She was married to the famous French pianist Robert Casadesus, and their son Jean Casadesus was also a notable pianist. Born Gaby l'Hôte, she studied at the Paris Conservatory with Louis Diémer and Marguerite Long and was awarded the first prize in piano at the age of 16. She met Claude Debussy at this time, as he was the judge for one of her competitions. She was also friendly with Debussy's daughter Claude-Emma who died soon after of diphtheria. Gaby later won the Prix Pagès, which was the most prestigious award in France at the time for which women were eligible. In 1921 she married the pianist Robert Casadesus, with whom she founded the Robert and Gaby Casadesus duo. The duo made many recordings of the four-hand piano repertoire. However, Gaby was also a significant soloist. She knew Maurice Ravel, Gabriel Fauré, Florent Schmitt and Moritz Moszkowski, and her interpretations were aided by their guidance. Her repertoire also included Felix Mendelssohn, whose music she effectively championed, and the keyboard composers of the Baroque era. As a teacher, Gaby Casadesus taught in the US, at the Salzburg Mozarteum, at the Académie Maurice Ravel in Saint-Jean de Luz and at the American Conservatoire at Fontainebleau. Among her notable pupils are Donna Amato, David Deveau, Rudy Toth, and ...
Sadko Song of India Rimsky Korsakov
Sadko Song of India Rimsky Korsakov Sadko Song of India Rimsky Korsakov
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