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
Zagreb Chamber Music Festival Smetana Piano Trio - 3rd Mov
Zagreb Chamber Music Festival Smetana Piano Trio - 3rd Mov Susanna Yoko Henkel (violin), Monika Leskovar (cello) and Milana Chernyavska (piano) perform Bedrich Smetana's Piano Trio in G minor op. 15 at the Zagreb International Chamber Music Festival 2007 (October 19th 2007) - http://www.zagreb-festival.com http://www.susanna-yoko-henkel.com Here you can see the third movement: Finale - Presto
Smetana: Prodaná nevěsta/ Bartered Bride - Polka "Come here, girl
Smetana: Prodaná nevěsta/ Bartered Bride - Polka "Come here, girl Bedrich Smetana: Prodaná nevěsta/ Bartered Bride/ Verkaufte Braut Finale I.Act - Polka "Pojď sem, holka"/ "Come here, girl" National Theatre Prague 1981 Jeník: Peter Dvorský Marenka: Gabriela Beňačková Kecal: Richard Novák Krušina: Jindřich Jindrák Háta: Marie Mrázová...
Bedřich Smetana - Šárka (My Country, Prague Spring 2011)
Bedřich Smetana - Šárka (My Country, Prague Spring 2011) Bedřich Smetana: Šárka Cyklus symfonických básní Má vlast/My Country, cycle of symphonic poems Symfonický orchestr Pražské konzervatoře/Prague Conservatoire Symphony Orchestra řídí/conducted Jiří Bělohlávek Pražské jaro/Prague Spring 2011 Zahajovací koncert/Opening Concert (12/05/2011) Smetanova síň Obecního domu v Praze/Municipal House -- Smetana Hall, Prague The Prague Spring Festival was held for the first time in 1946 in honour of the 50th anniversary of establishment of theCzech Philharmonic and 12th May was chosen as the opening date for the festival as the date of death of Bedřich Smetana, a national classic music composer. Establishment of the festival was the culmination of long-term efforts (nearly 70 years) by the Prague music community to hold an annual music event with participation by first-class soloists and leading orchestras from around the world. Since 1952 the festival has been launched by a performance of the symphonic poem Má vlast by Bedřich Smetana and closed by a performance of An Ode to Joy by Ludwig van Beethoven. World class artists who have performed on the Prague festival's podiums include Lorin Maazel, Herbert von Karajan, Mstislav Rostropovič, Sir Colin Davis, Maurice André, Leonid Kogan, Paul Klecki, Anne-Sophie Mutter, Alfred Brendel, Heinrich Schiff, Leopold Stokowski, Arthur Honegger, Artur Rubinstein and David Oistrach. Czech artists include Karel Ančerl, Rudolf Firkušný, Jaroslav Krombholc, Rafael Kubelík, Jarmila Novotná, Václav ...
Chopin Mazurka op17 No 4 - Michel Mananes Live
Chopin Mazurka op17 No 4 - Michel Mananes Live Michel Mananes plays one of the most beautiful Chopin Mazurka No 4 op.17 A minor 13 .All this pieces are played in an "Antique Bosendorfer". With recitals for europa and suramerica specially. He won first prize in several young piano competitions. He is Piano Teacher in Madrid and continue to give concerts.Chopin Mazurca.classical concert pianist. http://www.geocities.com/pianistmananes/index.html Frederic Chopin - March 1, 1810[1] -- October 17, 1849) was a Polish[2][3] composer and virtuoso pianist of the Romantic period. He is widely regarded as the greatest Polish composer, and ranks as one of music's greatest tone poets.[4] He was born in the village of Żelazowa Wola, in the Duchy of Warsaw, to a Polish mother and French-expatriate father, and in his early life was regarded as a child-prodigy pianist. In November 1830, at the age of 20, Chopin went abroad; following the suppression of the Polish November Uprising of 1830--31, he became one of many expatriates of the Polish "Great Emigration." In Paris, he made a comfortable living as a composer and piano teacher, while giving few public performances. A Polish patriot,[5][6] in France he used the French versions of his names and eventually, to avoid having to rely on Imperial Russian documents, became a French citizen.[7][8][9] After some ill-fated romantic involvements with Polish women, from 1837 to 1847 he conducted a turbulent relationship with the French writer George Sand (Aurore Dudevant). Always in frail health, in 1849 he died in Paris, at the age of 39, of chronic pulmonary tuberculosis.[10][11] Chopin's extant compositions were written primarily for the piano as a solo instrument. Though technically demanding, Chopin's style emphasizes nuance and expressive depth rather than virtuosity. Chopin invented musical forms such as the ballade[12] and was responsible for major innovations in forms such as the piano sonata, waltz, nocturne, étude, impromptu and prelude. His works are mainstays of Romanticism in 19th-century classical music. Chopin composed 58 Mazurkas (there seem to be at least another 2 unfinished sketches) and many of his other works of different genres are either inspired by the Mazurka or have parts of Mazurkas within them. Chopin did, of course, not invent the Mazurka form. However, it was he alone who put the Mazurka on the public stage and refined it into the highest art of music. In his Mazurkas, you get to know the very soul of Poland and Chopin never forgot his home land or the poor farmers singing the Mazurkas during the time of harvest. Chopin started his composing with a Polonaise and ended with a Mazurka, thus closing the circle.
Smetana - Ma Vlast - Mvt 3 - Šárka - My Fatherland - Second Queens
Smetana - Ma Vlast - Mvt 3 - Šárka - My Fatherland - Second Queens Ma Vlast, Movement 3, Šárka, My Fatherland by Bedřich Smetana. QYO2, Second Queensland Youth Orchestra conducted by Sergei V Korschmin is performing this beautiful symphonic poem while on tour in Sydney. Live footage in HD with Dolby Stereo Sound. These talented musicians, 13 to 23 years of age, are performing at a lunchtime concert in Verbrugghen Hall, Sydney Conservatorium of Music on 27 June 2010. All the players are members of the Second Queensland Youth Orchestra, a full symphony orchestra based in Brisbane, Australia. qyo.org.au Here are the links for the entire concert Mvt 1a www.youtube.com Mvt 1b www.youtube.com Mvt 2a www.youtube.com Mvt 2b www.youtube.com Mvt3 www.youtube.com Mvt 4a www.youtube.com Mvt 4b www.youtube.com Mvt 5a www.youtube.com Mvt 5b www.youtube.com Mvt 6a www.youtube.com Mvt 6b www.youtube.com Má Vlast is a set of six symphonic poems composed between 1874 and 1879 by the Czech composer Bedřich Smetana. While it is often presented as a single work in six movements, the individual pieces were conceived as a set of individual works. Šárka - The third poem was finished on 20 February 1875 and is named for the Amazon warrior Šárka from the ancient Czech legend of the Maidens' War. She ties herself to a tree as bait and waits to be saved by the prince Ctirad, claiming to be an unwilling captive of the rebelling women. She gets his comrades drunk on mead, and when they are asleep she persuades Ctirad, who quickly fell in love with her, to sound a ...
Toscanini Conducts Bedrich Smetana's Ma Vlast No 2 Vltava Moldau
Toscanini Conducts Bedrich Smetana's Ma Vlast No 2 Vltava Moldau Ma Vlast (My Fatherland): No. 2. Vltava (Moldau) Composer: Bedrich Smetana (1824-1884) Conductor: Arturo Toscanini (1867-1957) Performer: NBC Symphony Orchestra
Bedřich Smetana - The Moldau from ''My Country''
Bedřich Smetana - The Moldau from ''My Country'' Bedřich Smetana - The Moldau from ''My Country''
Kiri te Kanawa - "Un bel di vedremo" - Madama Butterfly
Kiri te Kanawa - "Un bel di vedremo" - Madama Butterfly "Un bel di vedremo" from Madama Butterfly composed by Giacomo Puccini Kiri te Kanawa - soprano Sir John Pritchard - conductor London Philharmonic Orchestra
Telemann - "Canary" Cantata - Fischer-Dieskau Pt 1 of 3
Telemann - "Canary" Cantata - Fischer-Dieskau Pt 1 of 3 This is a tragic-comic cantata on the killing of a pet canary by a cat. A heartfelt lament. Telemanns Cantata oder Trauer-Music eines kunsterfahrenen Canarienvogels, als derselbe zum grössten Leidwesen seines Herrn Possessoris verstorben (Cantata or Funeral Music for an Artistically Trained Canary-Bird Whose Demise Brought the Greatest Sorrow to his Master) — the Canary Cantata — was composed around 1737, probably as a personal favor or on a commission from a now-forgotten Hamburg pet lover; the author of the text is unknown. The work is generally viewed as an ironic and mock-serious cat-that-got-the-canary tale, but the touching lament of the last aria (My canary, good night!) and the closing lines of the final recitative — which uses a low German dialect given a surprisingly vehement setting — indicate a deeper sentiment in the music that reflects the loss of even this tiny life. It is worth noting that included in the intrumental ensemble is Fischer-Dieskau's first wife, the cellist Irmgard Poppen, who died in childbirth in 1963. Uploading this in three parts. When originally uploaded I had only the English translation. Someone has kindly written down the German text of this cantata for me, which I have now added to my comments. My heartfelt thanks to You Tube user Frerki for taking the time to do this. Georg Philipp Telemann (1681-1767) Trauer-Musik eines kunsterfahrenen Kanarien-Vogels (Funeral Music for an Artistically Trained Canary-Bird ) Part 1 Arie O weh, mein ...