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Barcarolle By Offenbach
Barcarolle By Offenbach Willy Philly performing in acoustic classical mode. The Barcarolle featured in two of Offenbach's operas. Firstly in Les fées du Rhin and then, in its more recognised form, Les Contes d'Hoffmann. A barcarolle is a traditionally a piece of music composed in the style of a folk song sung by Venetian gondoliers.
Thomas und Patrick Demenga: Solo per due
Thomas und Patrick Demenga: Solo per due Thomas und Patrick Demenga: "Solo per due" by Thomas Demenga Recorded at Jazzclub Moods, Zurich, March 16, 2007 Cameras: Marianne and Juerg Rufer Audio Engineering: Willy Strehler, Klangdach Editing and DVD-Production: Juerg Rufer A Dingo and Fox Production ©2008, Thomas and Patrick Demenga, Barry Guy Thomas Demenga - Cellist and Composer Thomas Demenga, born 1954 in Berne, Switzerland, studied with Walter Grimmer, Antonio Janigro, Leonard Rose and Mstislav Rostropovich, among others. Important chamber-musical influences were Claus Adam, Felix Galimir and Robert Mann at the Juilliard School in New York. As an internationally renowned soloist, composer and teacher, Thomas Demenga counts among the most outstanding cellists and musicians of our time. He has performed at important festivals and musical centres around the globe and shared the stage with fellow musicians such as Heinz Holliger, Gidon Kremer, Thomas Larcher, Paul Meyer, Aurèle Nicolet, Hansheinz Schneeberger, Thomas Zehetmair and Tabea Zimmermann. He works with conductors such as Moshe Atzmon, Myung-Whun Chung, Charles Dutoit, Claus Peter Flor, Howard Griffiths, Heinz Holliger, Armon Jordan, Okko Kamu, Mstislav Rostropovich, Dennis Russell Davies, Wolfgang Sawallisch, Sándor Végh, Mario Venzago, and Hiroshi Wakasugi. Thomas Demengas artistic work is determined by intensive confron-tation with different historical eras and styles of interpretation and composition. He dedicates himself with particular intensity to ...
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