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Anna Netrebko & Elina Garanca: Belle nuit, ô nuit d'amour
Anna Netrebko & Elina Garanca: Belle nuit, ô nuit d'amour Anna Netrebko & Elina Garanca: Belle nuit, ô nuit d'amour (Jacques Offenbach)
Mozart - Aria for Soprano and Orchestra "Per pietà, bell'idol mio
Mozart - Aria for Soprano and Orchestra "Per pietà, bell'idol mio Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 - 1791) Concert Aria for Soprano and Orchestra "Per pietà, bell'idol mio" in C major, KV 78 ·Andante con moto Soprano: Lucia Popp Leopold Hager / Mozarteum-Orchester Salzburg Orchestation: · 2 Oboes · 2 Cornos (C) · [2 Bassoons (optional)] · Strings Pietro Metastasio's libretti are today associated almost exclusively with Baroque and early Classical settings, but they retained some of their popularity even into the early Romantic period, with both Rossini and Bellini utilizing them. This is one of the most operatic of Bellini's songs, with more than a few devices much more frequently found in arias than in his songs. The piece opens with a hurried piano introduction that immediately sets a theatrical mood, with dramatic chords. The vocal melody is first taken at a quick pace and is generally simple, though it ends with a few rather theatrical reprises with dramatic changes of dynamics and tempo. The da capo repetition ends with overtly operatic touches from both voice and accompaniment, including the traditional operatic thundering flourish of an ending from the piano. ~ Anne Feeney, All Music Guide. Composed in 1766, in The Hague. Text from Metastasio "Artarerse", Act II, scene 11: Per pietà, bell'idol mio, non mi dir ch'io sono ingrato; infelice e sventurato abbastanza il Ciel mi fa. Se fedele a te son io, se mi struggo ai tuoi bei lumi, sallo amor, lo sanno i Numi il mio core, il tuo lo sa. Translation to English: For pity's sake, my ...
Joshua Bell Plays The Girl With the Flaxen Hair
Joshua Bell Plays The Girl With the Flaxen Hair Joshua Bell plays The Girl With the Flaxen Hair by Debussy along with the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra.
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
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.
Joshua Bell - Faure - Apres un reve After a dream
Joshua Bell - Faure - Apres un reve After a dream Joshua Bell, violin Michael Stern, conductor Orchestra of St. Luke's
The Making of a Musician Joshua Bell
The Making of a Musician Joshua Bell The career of Joshua Bell is documented in this video vignette following his career from childhood to virtuoso violinist. From the Live From Lincoln Center broadcast on December 31, 2007. Hosted by Renee Fleming.
Géza Anda plays Beethoven Diabelli Variations op.120 (I)
Géza Anda plays Beethoven Diabelli Variations op.120 (I) 33 Variations on a Waltz by Anton Diabelli in C major - Thema Vivace, Var. 1 - 10 - Var. 11 - 19 / www.youtube.com - Var. 20 - 29 / www.youtube.com - Var. 30 - 33 / www.youtube.com ~ Géza Anda (1921- Hungary / 1976 - Switzerland) Hungarian pianist Géza Anda was born in Budapest. He studied with some of the renowned teachers of the 20th century such as Imre Stefaniai and Imre Keeri-Szanto, and became a pupil of master Ernst von Dohnányi and Zoltán Kodály at the Franz Liszt Academy in Budapest. Anda made his debut in 1939 in Budapest under Willem Mengelberg playing Brahms B flat major concerto, which would become his signature. In 1940 he won the Liszt Prize, and in the next year, he made an international name for himself with his performance of Brahms' Piano Concerto No. 2. In 1941, he also made his debut with the Berlin Philharmonic under Wilhelm Furtwängler, who dubbed him "troubadour of the piano."He remained in Berlin during the first years of World War II, but in 1942 he fled to Switzerland, where he encountered the great pianist and teacher Edwin Fischer. Fischer was a proponent of performing the Mozart piano concertos while conducting from the keyboard and Anda would later adopt this practice, adding bench-led performances of all the concertos (even the early ones) to his repertoire. He was among the first to explore the whole range of Mozart's concertos, at a time when only the "greatest hits" were heard in concert halls; his outstanding 1960's recordings of the ...
Joshua Bell Plays the Bruch Violin Concerto II Adagio
Joshua Bell Plays the Bruch Violin Concerto II Adagio Joshua Bell performs the popular Bruch's First Violin Concerto in G minor, op.26. The beautiful slow movement.
Joshua Bell - Rachmaninoff - Vocalise
Joshua Bell - Rachmaninoff - Vocalise Joshua Bell, violin Michael Stern, conductor Orchestra of St. Luke's
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