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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
G. Cassado - Suite for Cello Solo, 1st m.
G. Cassado - Suite for Cello Solo, 1st m. Fantasy Prelude Dmitry Cheglakov - cello Turgenev's library, Moscow
Rare Classical Guitar Video: John Williams - Asturias
Rare Classical Guitar Video: John Williams - Asturias Clip from Poland Guitar Festival 1987 Original Video: 60mins Features: Stephen Rak, Roberto Aussell, Assad Brothers, John Williams, Nacriso Yepes, Pepe Romero, Manuel Barrueco Interested party please contact: 如對影片有興趣請聯絡: guitar.video.trader@gmail.com
Big Guitar - Sonata K.213 - D. Scarlatti - André Madeira
Big Guitar - Sonata K.213 - D. Scarlatti - André Madeira Domenico Scarlatti - Sonata K.213 Player: André Madeira Website: www.madeiraguitareditions.com Biography: André Madeira began his musical studies with Américo Fernandes and the study of classical guitar with Ragner Tovar. He attended the Conservatory Calouste Gulbenkian of Aveiro with the teacher Miguel Lelis. After that, he joined to the Department of Communication and Art of the University of Aveiro getting the Graduation with Professor Paulo Vaz de Carvalho. In 2000, André Madeira was accepted at the Hochschule für Musik Köln in Germany pursuing his studies in guitar and chamber music under the supervision of Roberto Aussel, getting the "Diplom Instrumetausbildug" in 2005. He also studied for five years at the same school with "Contemporary Music" under the supervison of the pianist Paulo Álvares, integrating the "Ensemble of Improvisation and Alaeatoric Music" of Musikhochshule Köln performing in cities in Germany, Belgium and Italy. In 2005 continues his postgraduate studies with Odair Assad at the Conservatoire Royal de Mons, École Supérieure dés Arts, Musique Théâtre Déclamation and, after that began the Master in Guitar with Odair Assad too finishing with in 2010. During his artistic career participated in several courses of guitar with David Russel, Costas Cotsiolis, Roberto Aussel, Leo Brouwer, Eduardo Issac, Robert Brightmore, Ricardo Gallen, Álvaro Pieri, Joaquin Clerche, Josef Zsapka, Eduardo Baranzano, Carles Trepat and Pablo Marquez. André Madeira has won ...
Marco Porcu: "Tango Suite" by Astor Piazzolla on Solo Guitar
Marco Porcu: "Tango Suite" by Astor Piazzolla on Solo Guitar "Just a little video with a handmade guitar recorded with the mobile phone of a friend last year after breakfast." The Allegro from the "Tango Suite" of Astor Piazzolla, up close and personal, played on solo guitar in a way that only Marco is capable of. Based on the arrangement by World Sinfonia. The "Tango Suite" was composed for Sergio and Odair Assad, "Duo Assad." The brothers from Brazil make up one of the most respected and critically acclaimed classical guitar duos in the world. Born in Milan, Italy, Marco developed a passion for music at a young age. He received his first guitar as a gift, at age 9, when he was enrolled into the Lainate Private School in Milan. While there, he studied both classical and contemporary music and was influenced by a variety of classical and modern artists. At age 17, he was introduced to the fire of flamenco jazz, as played by Al Di Meola, John McLaughlin, and Paco De Lucia, and to the passionate tango music of Astor Piazzola. By age 21, Marco was composing.
Miklós Rózsa Toccata capricciosa, Op.36 for solo cello
Miklós Rózsa Toccata capricciosa, Op.36 for solo cello Brinton Averil Smith, cellist. Miklós Rózsa's Toccata capricciosa, Op.36 for solo 'cello. Written in 1979 and dedicated to the memory of Gregor Piatigorsky, this short work is among the most challenging in the repertoire. Hungarian composer Miklós Rózsa is better known for his work as a composer of film music, including the scores of Spellbound and Ben Hur, but he continued to lead a 'double life' as a successful classical composer. From a faculty recital of works for solo cello at the Shepherd School of Music at Rice University, 3/15/10. Other works on the program included solo cello works by Reger, Sibelius, Bloch, Ysaye, Cassado and transcriptions for solo cello of works by Paganini and Chopin.
2) Ray Reussner: Guitar / Tandy Reussner: Organ / Boccherini Concert
2) Ray Reussner: Guitar / Tandy Reussner: Organ / Boccherini Concert Ray Reussner, classical guitarist, and Tandy C. Reussner: 1996 Wolff 3-65 organ perform the second movement "Andante cantabile" from Luigi Boccherini's Concerto in E major in the grand acoustics of Bales Organ Recital Hall, University of Kansas, Lawrence. The piece was originally written as Boccherini's Concerto for Cello & Orchestra No.6 in D, G479 - It was arranged as Concerto in E for Guitar and Orchestra by Gaspar Cassado (1896/1966) - It was recorded as such by Andrés Segovia. Ray studied with Segovia, off and on, for 20 years, as well as with John Williams at the Royal Conservatory. He is considered to be one of the very few "true" remaining links to Maestro Andres Segovia. "The dedication to his profession, his talent and his willingness to work have made him into one of the most distinguished young guitarists of today, deserving of the success that awaits him and that I predict for him ... He shows a refined sensitivity and gift for interpretation, a perfect knowledge of the guitar technique." Andres Segovia From an upcoming DVD release on Heartside Music. See heartsidemusic.com or visit Ray at http Guitar constructed by Ray Reussner. Tandy C. Reussner holds degrees in Organ Performance from the University of Kansas and the Eastman School of Music. A Fulbright Scholar to Freiburg, Germany and winner of two national organ competitions, Reussner has studied with James Higdon, Zsigmond Szathmary, John Ditto, David Craighead, and David Higgs.
3) Ray Reussner: Guitar / Tandy Reussner: Organ / Boccherini Concert
3) Ray Reussner: Guitar / Tandy Reussner: Organ / Boccherini Concert Ray Reussner, classical guitarist, and Tandy C. Reussner: 1996 Wolff 3-65 organ perform the Third movement "Allegro - piu mosso" from Luigi Boccherini's Concerto in E major in the grand acoustics of Bales Organ Recital Hall, University of Kansas, Lawrence. The piece was originally written as Boccherini's Concerto for Cello & Orchestra No.6 in D, G479 - It was arranged as Concerto in E for Guitar and Orchestra by Gaspar Cassado (1896/1966) - It was recorded as such by Andrés Segovia. Ray studied with Segovia, off and on, for 20 years, as well as with John Williams at the Royal Conservatory. He is considered to be one of the very few "true" remaining links to Maestro Andres Segovia. "The dedication to his profession, his talent and his willingness to work have made him into one of the most distinguished young guitarists of today, deserving of the success that awaits him and that I predict for him ... He shows a refined sensitivity and gift for interpretation, a perfect knowledge of the guitar technique." Andres Segovia From an upcoming DVD release on Heartside Music. See heartsidemusic.com or visit Ray at http Guitar constructed by Ray Reussner. Tandy C. Reussner holds degrees in Organ Performance from the University of Kansas and the Eastman School of Music. A Fulbright Scholar to Freiburg, Germany and winner of two national organ competitions, Reussner has studied with James Higdon, Zsigmond Szathmary, John Ditto, David Craighead, and David Higgs.
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