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"Lucia Di Lammermoor" Vitas / Витас / "mad scene," "Il dol
"Lucia Di Lammermoor" Vitas / Витас / "mad scene," "Il dol YES, THAT'S a MAN Singing it. Latvian/Russian sensation Vitas He has the most AMAZING countertenor voice I've ever heard! Russian pop singer, composer, actor, and fashion designer. He is most commonly known by his shortened first name, Vitas, or Витас in Russian. Much of his music is straightforward pop influenced by techno, and occasionally classical opera. Official Site: vitas.com.ru en.wikipedia.org
La Vita è Bella - Barcarolle
La Vita è Bella - Barcarolle La Vita è Bella Soundtrack Barcarolle Jaques Offenbach Monserrat Caballè Shirley Verret Tales of Hoffmann La Vida es Bella
Secret genius Vitalij Margulis plays Chopin Nocturne Op.27-2
Secret genius Vitalij Margulis plays Chopin Nocturne Op.27-2 Vitalij Margulis plays Chopin's Nocturne no.8 Op.27/2 in D-Flat Major. For good quality of sound (stereo) & vision click this link: www.youtube.com The few albums of Ukrainian pianist Vitalij Margulis (1928) that I've come across through the years are all brilliant and whenever I compare his interpretations to those of other famous pianists my ears always reach the same conclusion: Vitalij Margulis' interpretations seem to be unsurpassable. A bold statement? Well, probably yes, but I think Vitalij Margulis should be considered by everyone at least as a very brilliant representative of the 'Russian School'. I thought it would be nice to introduce him here on youtube cause he's nowhere else here to be found and I think many lovers of classical music have never heard of him. I'm sure they'll be delighted to hear him. Vitalij Margulis is a 'secret genius' and I'm sure you'll enjoy his playing here of Chopin's Nocturne no.8 Op.27/2 in D-Flat Major, a fine example of his musical powers. To illustrate the video I've added pictures of Amsterdam, all taken from the worldwide web.
Opus I (Paganini)-Vitalij Kuprij- Classical Metal Vol.4-
Opus I (Paganini)-Vitalij Kuprij- Classical Metal Vol.4- Opus I (Paganini)-Vitalij Kuprij- Classical Metal Vol.4-
Vitas, Lucia di lammermoor
Vitas, Lucia di lammermoor Vitas's unique rendition of the classic Opera song Lucia di lammermoor, this song might be recently recognized if you've seen the movie the fifth element...
Vitas Lucia di lammermoor
Vitas Lucia di lammermoor Lucia di lammermoor, this classic Opera song made quickly noticeable by movies like the fifth element has been now originally interpreted by the Diamond Voice himself... Vitas
Vitaly Pisarenko plays Standchen (Serenade) by Schubert/Liszt
Vitaly Pisarenko plays Standchen (Serenade) by Schubert/Liszt Vitaly Pisarenko, Winner of the 8th International Franz Liszt Piano Competition of Utrecht, The Netherlands plays Standchen (Serenade) by Schubert/Liszt. This was his encore after recieving the First Prize during the Final Gala evening of the Liszt Competition in April 2008 in Utrecht. Recording by NPS television.
Vitaly Pisarenko plays Ständchen by Schubert/Liszt
Vitaly Pisarenko plays Ständchen by Schubert/Liszt Vitaly Pisarenko, Winner of the 8th International Franz Liszt Piano Competition of Utrecht, The Netherlands plays Ständchen (Serenade) by Schubert/Liszt. This was his encore after recieving the First Prize during the Final Gala evening of the Liszt Competition in April 2008 in Utrecht. Recording by NPS television.
Deanna Durbin - Invitation to the Dance
Deanna Durbin - Invitation to the Dance Performer - Deanna Durbin Music - Carl Maria von Weber Lyrics - Charles Henderson From the 1939 movie, "Three Smart Girls Grow Up", Deanna Durbin performs a delightful arrangement of Weber's "Invitation to the Dance". *Note: As a rule, I don't put up videos on Youtube that others have already posted. However, the other versions of this song are sped up and in the wrong key, robbing Miss Durbin's voice of much of its warmth. It is out of respect for Miss Durbin's artistry that I make this post so that her fans, both old and new, can finally hear this song as she originally performed it.*
La Vita è Bella - Offenbach, Barcarolle - Tales of Hoffman, Belle n
La Vita è Bella - Offenbach, Barcarolle - Tales of Hoffman, Belle n Barcarolle (from The Tales Of Hoffmann) written by Jacques Offenbach.The term barcorolle (also barcarola, barcarole) in fact denotes a Venetian folk song sung by the gondoliers. In classical music there are two famous barcarolle, one of them being this particular one by Offenbach (the other by Chopin). Originally titled "Belle nuit, ô nuit d'amour" this barcarolle features in the 2nd Act of the Opera The Tales of Hoffman (Les contes d'Hoffmann). The Barcarolle has also featured in many movies, including Life Is Beautiful.
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