Antonio Vivaldi "La Folia" - Apollo's Fire Baroque Orchestra/Jean The folia is an ancient dance from Portugal, where young girls engaged in the "folly" of a wild dance of abandonment. The Folia dance traditionally gets faster and wilder toward the end. This arrangement by Jeannette Sorrell is a concerto grosso, after Vivaldi's triosonata La Folia. Cynthia Roberts and Julie Andrijeski, violini principali Rene Schiffer, continuo cello Miho Hashizume, Johanna Novom, Carrie Krause, Emi Tanabe, Adriane Post, violini ripieni Karina Fox, Kristen Linfante, viola Mime Y. Brinkmann, cello Sue Yelanjian, contrabass Christa Patton, baroque harp William Simms, baroque guitar Jeannette Sorrell, harpsichord/direction Highlights from the Feb. 2008 performance for WVIZ-PBS studios, Cleveland, Ohio. Apollo's Fire Baroque Orchestra, Jeannette Sorrell, director. www.apollosfire.org
A. Marcello - Oboe Concerto in d minor (Marcel Ponseele, baroque obo Alessandro Marcello (1684~1750) Concerto per Oboe, Archi e Basso Continuo in re minore, SF 935 - Op.1 (First published in 1717) I. Andante e spiccato - 00:00 II. Adagio - 03:32 III. Presto - 07:09 Marcel Ponseele (Baroque Oboe) Ensemble Il Gardellino Marcel Ponseele (conductor) A slightly older contemporary of Antonio Vivaldi, Marcello held concerts at his hometown of Venice. He composed and published several sets of concertos, including six concertos under the title of La Cetra (The Lyre), as well as cantatas, arias, canzonets, and violin sonatas. Marcello often composed under the pseudonym Eterio Stinfalico, his name as a member of the celebrated Arcadian Academy (Pontificia Accademia degli Arcadi). He died in Padua in 1747. Alessandro's brother was Benedetto Marcello (1686~1739), also a composer. Although his works are infrequently performed today, Marcello is regarded as a very competent composer. His La Cetra concertos are "unusual for their wind solo parts, concision and use of counterpoint within a broadly Vivaldian style," according to Grove, "placing them as a last outpost of the classic Venetian Baroque concerto." A concerto Marcello wrote in d minor for oboe, strings and basso continuo is perhaps his best-known work. Its worth was attested to by Johann Sebastian Bach who transcribed it for harpsichord (BWV 974). A number of editions have been published of the famous Oboe Concerto in d minor. The edition in c minor is credited to Benedetto Marcello.
Purcell - Now That the Sun Hath Veil'd (Baroque/Anglican/Soprano/Or This is the same video posted before (with 446 views as of March 19, 2010) but it's been saved and uploaded in a better format and therefore this should be a higher quality than the previous one. This is a Baroque piece composed by Henry Purcell, using the words of Dr. William Fuller and performed by William Christie and Les Arts Florissants. The woman's voice is so pure and true to the music of the period, with no vibrato. I chose photos that attempt to capture the architecture of the day, especially in the cathedrals, organs and even the dress of the period. As a friend who is an Episcopal priest told me, he felt the piece was a representation of Anglican worship at it's finest. Another friend told me he always felt somehow "cleaner" after listening to Purcell. While I know that this is Baroque music I will include the word "classical" here as some lump all "old" music in that category.
Best Baroque Music Composers These are my favorite Baroque Music Composers...Enjoy! ;) If you are also a Baroque Music Fan, Join our Fan Page "Baroque Music" in Facebook at: www.facebook.com Thank you... Opening piece: Allegro ma non Troppo by George Friederich Handel 1st song: Te Deum, Prelude by Marc-Antoine Charpentier 2nd song: BWV 1042 - Allegro by Johann Sebastian Bach 3rd song: Sinfonia Terzo tuono by Claudio Monteverdi 4th song: Music for The Gordian Knot Unt by Henry Purcell 5th song: Water Music, Suite No. 2 in D Major by George Friederich Handel 6th song: Rondeau from "Suites de symphonies No.1 by Jean-Joseph Mouret 7th song: Wassermusik Suite in C - TWV55 C3 -Canarie by Telemann 8th song: "La Folia" Violin Sonata in D Minor by Arcangelo Corelli 9th song: Jean-Philippe Rameau 10th song: Concerto in E mior, RV550 by Antonio Vivaldi
Música Antigua / Early Music 4 (Baroque) Cuarto y ultimo video de la serie / Fourth and last video of the series. 00:10 Heinrich Schutz by Rembrandt. 00:12 Melk Abbey, in Austria in the Wachau valley (architect Jakob Prandtauer) 00:16 Arcangelo Corelli 00:20 Domenico Scarlatti 00:23 Adoration, by Peter Paul Rubens. 00:32 Ecstasy of St Theresa, 1652, by Gianlorenzo Bernini. Cornaro chapel, Santa Maria Della Vittoria church in Rome. 00:41 Arcangelo Corelli 00:45 Francesco Maria Veracini 00:49 The Battle of The Amazons Artist: Antonio Tempesta 00:58 Head of a Young Man or Self Portrait, 1629 Artist: Rembrandt van Rijn 01:07 Palace of Trier (Germany) 01:18 Giovanni Battista Pergolesi 01:22 Saint Lucy Artist: Federico Barocci 01:30 The Punishment of Niobe Artist: Tobias Verhaecht 01:39 Giuseppe Tartini 01:43 Georg Philipp Telemann 01:46 Signature. 02:03 Frontespizio dell' op.3 di Vivaldi 02:12 The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Nicolas Tulp Artist: Rembrandt van Rijn 02:21 Adam and Eve, 1608 Artist: Hendrik Goltzius 02:31 Music of the Fire Works 02:39 Ludwigsburg Palace near Stuttgart, Germany's largest Baroque Palace 02:44 George Frideric Handel 03:00 Philosopher in Meditation, 1632 Artist: Rembrandt van Rijn 03:09 H.Purcell~ Pavan in A minor Z. 749, c. 1677-8 03:13 Henry Purcell 03:17 The Persian Lady Artist: Marcus Gheeraerts 03:25 Marin Marais 03:29 Jean-Philippe Rameau 03:33 Tomaso Albinoni 03:36 Antonio Vivaldi 03:45 Johann Pachelbel (Signature) 03:58 Ludwigsburg Palace near Stuttgart, Germany's largest Baroque Palace ...
[ Baroque ] Silvius Leopold Weiss : Lute Suite No. 16 - 6 : Minuet [ Version : practice 1 / Recording effect : none ] I just played this without much practice. So it sounds insufficient. The followings are what Wikipedia says about the composer :- en.wikipedia.org Silvius Leopold Weiss (12 October 1687 16 October 1750) was a German composer and lutenist. Born in Grottkau near Breslau, the son of Johann Jacob Weiss, also a lutenist, he served at courts in Breslau, Rome, and Dresden, where he died. Until recently, he was thought to have been born in 1686, but recent evidence suggests that he was in fact born the following year. Weiss was one of the most important and most prolific composers of lute music in history and one of the best-known and most technically accomplished lutenists of his day. He wrote around 600 pieces for lute, most of them grouped into 'sonatas' (not to be confused with the later classical sonata, based on sonata form) or suites, which consist mostly of baroque dance pieces. Weiss also wrote chamber pieces and concertos, but only the solo parts have survived. In later life, Weiss became a friend of Wilhelm Friedemann Bach and met JS Bach through him. JSBach and Weiss were said to have competed in improvisation, as the following account by Johann Friedrich Reichardt describes: ♣♣♣♣♣ "Anyone who knows how difficult it is to play harmonic modulations and good counterpoint on the lute will be surprised and full of disbelief to hear from eyewitnesses that Weiss, the great lutenist, challenged JS Bach, the great ...
Bach Project . philological study of deepening baroque music BWV 103 III° mvt from "Sonata per traverso e continuo JSBach" BWV 1034 studied from manuscript of Staatsbibliotek of Berlin for traverso and continuo ( rare realization of continuo with liuto attiorbato) Traverso- Massimiliano Fabbri play copy Bressan XVII- XIII made by Luca Barton -Florence Liuto attiorbato - Fabiano Merlante play copy Sellas 1632 made by Francesco Contò-Venice Bach project aims to the public you tube as well as friends and patrons of this channel as a project which involves members of the "Olivier Messiaen" and other realities of our territory associationist research and study of Baroque and Classical music . We have the opportunity to offer different sounds by modern instruments not only design but also for style. The association also uses the original material for their studies are drawing directly to the archives of Staatsbibliotek of Berlin, Cini Foundation of Venice to study Vivaldiani and others. The original code of par in Staatsbibliotek is: Mus.ms.Bach P 804
Baroque Music Bucharest part I Raluca Enea playing the harpsichord and Katerina Stursova playing the violin during the Ancient Music Festival in Bucharest, Lutheran Church, 09.12.2006 they also greet the audience, change scores and tune the instruments
Johann Pachelbel Canon in D Major fantastic version, classical music Classical music, Johann Pachelbel - Canon in D Major from "London Symphony Orchestra Plays Great Classics" Johann Pachelbel Canon or Kanon baroque christmas classical music song songs the London Symphony Orchestra the "London Symphony Orchestra Play Great Classics" 卡農我的野蠻女友搖滾卡農卡農鋼琴電吉他
Andreas Scholl | "Ombra mai fu", by Georg Friedrich Haendel (from Andreas Scholl "A Voice amongst past, present and future" A Tribute for the 250th Death Aniversary of Georg Friedriech Haendel (London, April 14, 1759) Music: Aria "Ombra mai fu", by Georg Friedrich Haendel from opera "Xerxes" (1738) - The images at 2:14 and 2:22 ar works of the photographer Eric Larrayadieu - The images of sculptures represent some work of Giacomo Serpotta (1656 - 1732) from Santa Cita Chapel, in Palermo (Sicily). Andreas Scholl (born November 10, 1967) is a German countertenor, a male classical singer in the alto vocal range. He specialises in Baroque music. His range is the same as that of the celebrated 18th century alto castrato, Senesino, for whom Handel wrote his greatest alto roles. Fanfare Magazine says: "There are more excellent countertenors before the public today than ever before, but one stands out above all others, as Caruso among tenors a century ago: Andreas Scholl". More: en.wikipedia.org Andreas Scholl (nato il 10 Novembre del 1967) è un controtenore tedesco, ossia un cantante lirico classico capace di cantare nella tessitura per soprano. E' specializzato nel repertorio musicale barocco. La sua estensione vocale è la stessa del Senesino, celebre castrato del XVIII secolo, per il quale Georg Friedrich Haendel scrisse alcune delle sue più belle arie. Su Fanfare magazine è apparso il seguente giudizio: "Oggi ci sono tantissimi controtenori che si esibiscono davanti al pubblico, quanto mai era avvenuto prima d'ora, ma uno si distacca da ...