Sumi Jo - Verdi - La Traviata - Violetta - Sempre Libera "Ah! Fors'e lui" "Sempre Libera" Sokcho Summer Festival, Sokcho, South Korea, 2005.
Stjepan Hauser - Song to the Moon (Rusalka) Dvorak www.facebook.com www.youtube.com Stjepan Hauser playing Song to the Moon (Rusalka) by Antonin Dvorak Transcription for cello by Stjepan Hauser Pianio Yoko Misumi, a film by cineman8 www.stjepanhauser.com www.yokomisumi.com
Mozart's Requiem Mass in D Minor II - Dies Irae John Eliot Gardiner conducts the English Baroque Soloists and the Monteverdi Choir. This performance was filmed at the Palau de la Musica Catalana, Barcelona in Dec. 1991. A Requiem Mass in the Roman Catholic tradition is a service designed to pray for the souls of the departed. The parts of the liturgy that are meant to be sung are what constitute all Requiem Mass compositions, including Mozart's. The structure is as follows: 1. Introit 2. Kyrie 3. Sequence: a. Dies irae b. Tuba mirum c. Rex tremendae d. Recordare e. Confutatis f. Lacrimosa 4. Offertory: a. Domine Jesu Christe b. Hostias 5. Sanctus 6. Benedictus 7. Agnus Dei 8. Lux Aeterna Mozart died before finishing the Requiem Mass, and his wife Constanze gave the task of finishing the work to a pupil of Mozart's named Süssmayr. From the Sanctus onward, the Requiem is the creation of Süssmayr, though he did use portions of the Introit and Kyrie for the Lux Aeterna. Despite, or maybe partially because of, the controversy surrounding this Requiem Mass, it is widely regarded as Mozart's greatest masterpiece. Below is the Latin and the English translation for the Dies irae. Dies iræ! dies illa Day of wrath and terror looming! Solvet sæclum in favilla Heaven and earth to ash consuming, Teste David cum Sibylla! David's word and Sibyl's truth foredooming! Quantus tremor est futurus, What horror must invade the mind, quando judex est venturus, when the approaching judge shall find, cuncta stricte discussurus! and sift the ...
Cello Concerto No.1＿チェロ協奏曲 第１番 第３楽章 Keisuke (11) won the 2nd prize (without 1st prize) in the 18th Japan classical music competition (strings under 12) supported by Japan Classical Music Society. He played Tempo primo (Camille Saint-Saens), accompanied by Ayano Osumi, Japanese famous pianist. 第１８回 日本クラシック音楽コンクール 弦楽器部門 小学生の部 第２位（１位なしの最高位）
Gabrieli: Sonata XIX This is Gabrieli's Sonata XIX performed in an antiphonal style. Arranged by Reese Land. Personnel includes: Daniel Cummings, conductor; Choir 1 is Lorenzo Trujillo, Bill Owens Ben Jabor, Steve Suminski, Arturo Fuerte; Choir 2 is Dan Rosenboom, Reese Land, Justin Hageman, Ian Carroll, and Zach van Pelt; Choir 3 is Aaron Smith, Matt Byrne, Fred Williams, Lee Allen, and Luke Diebolt. This was recorded at Lake Avenue Church in Pasadena, California on November 12, 2006
Brentano Lieder 1 An die Nacht "An die Nacht " from Richard Strass' Brentano Songs Op. 68, Six Songs (after poems of Clemens Brentano) for voice and piano here performed by the great MET coloratura soprano Rita Shane. She was the first to record all six songs in the set....and quite masterfully I might add. More tags: Queen of the night Die Zauberflote June Anderson Maria Callas Cristina Deutekom Edita Gruberova Nelly Miricioiu Edda Moser Rosa Ponselle Rita Shane Cheryl Studer Joan Sutherland Arleen Auger Kathleen Battle (soprano leggiero) Erna Berger (soprano leggiero) Patrizia Ciofi Laura Claycomb Natalie Dessay Amelita Galli-Curci (soprano leggiero) Sumi Jo Anna Moffo Toti Dal Monte (soprano leggiero) Lily Pons (soprano leggiero) Lucia Popp Mado Robin Erna Sack Beverly Sills Erna Spoorenberg (soprano leggiero) Ruth Ann Swenson F6 E6 Eb6 G6 F5 G5 A5 A#5 classical music coloratura soprano dramatic lyric spinto sfogato leggiero mariah carey celine dion whitney houston chrsitina aguilera xtina regine velasquez rachelle ann go sarah geronimo nikki palikat fucking siti nurahliza charice pempengco
Jacqueline du Pre - Kol nidrei (orchestral version) I uploaded it without cutting at the beginning. Finally YT increased the lenght of the video ^^ Jackie with Daniel in June 1968.