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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's Concerto No.3 in G major K. 216 sheet mus
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Albinoni: Concerto In B Flat, Op 7 No.3 (III Allegro) - Tine Thing H
Albinoni: Concerto In B Flat, Op 7 No.3 (III Allegro) - Tine Thing H Albinoni: Concerto In B Flat, Op 7 No.3 (III Allegro) performed by Tine Things Helseth & composed by Tomaso Albinoni (P) 2007 Simax Classics Genre: Classical Released: Jun 01, 2009
Albert Roussel: Symphony No.3 in G minor, op.42 [1/4]
Albert Roussel: Symphony No.3 in G minor, op.42 [1/4] Albert Roussel (1869-1937): Symphony No.3 in G minor, op.42 [1929-1930] I. Allegro vivo BBC Symphony Orchestra Lionel Bringuier, conductor At every stage of his career, Roussel's best work is masterly finished, engaging, surefire. But for the connoisseur, tracing his stylistic evolution possesses a fascination of its own. If the opera-ballet Padmåvatî (1914-1918) crowns his second manner, making explicit the preoccupation with instinct and annihilation ironically broached in the ballet Le Festin de l'araignée (1912), his Symphony No. 2 (1919-1920) encapsulates the period with formal yet disturbing point. The ironic detachment of Le Festin gives way to dark (and harmonically adventurous) foreboding, while the irrepressibly animated episodes are fraught with frenzied feverishness. But by the mid-1920s the skies had cleared, so to speak, and Roussel entered his final, neo-Classical, phase with the orchestral Suite in F (1926) whose three movements—two in Baroque dance forms—afford a foretaste of the Symphony No. 3 in their effortless combination of energy and serenity. Commissioned by Koussevitzky, conductor of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, the Suite received its premiere by those forces January 21, 1927, continuing a Francophile tradition that had seen Henri Rabaud and Pierre Monteux as chef d'orchestre, and entertained Roussel's teacher and colleague, Vincent d'Indy, in 1905 and 1921. To celebrate the BSO's 50th anniversary, Koussevitzky commissioned a number of works ...
Beethoven - Sonata in D Major, Op.10 No.3, 1st Movement (David Fung)
Beethoven - Sonata in D Major, Op.10 No.3, 1st Movement (David Fung) Beethoven - Sonata in D Major, Op.10 No.3, 1st Movement (David Fung) web.ics.purdue.edu www.facebook.com The beginning is rushed. Sorry
Brahms - Symphony No.3 - Poco Allegretto
Brahms - Symphony No.3 - Poco Allegretto The third movement of the Symphony No.3 by Brahms, in a recording by the Berlin Philharmonic under the legendary conductor Wilhelm Furtwangler. This movement contains one of Brahms's most delectable melodies, tender, wistful, rich in poignancy. I have tried to select photos that will fit well with the overall mood of the piece. I hope you enjoy it. The recording is a live one, so there is some (very minor) audience noise. It's hardly distracting. If you have any comments or suggestions please contact me...
Saint-saëns Symphony No.3 'Organ'' Mov4. - Myung-Whun Chung, Rad
Saint-saëns Symphony No.3 'Organ'' Mov4. - Myung-Whun Chung, Rad Camille Saint-saëns Symphony No.3 'Organ Symphony' - 4th Mov. == Olivier Latry (organ) Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France conducted by MYUNG-WHUN CHUNG == Live at the BBC PROMS Royal Albert Hall, London - Jul, 23, 2008.
Brahms Piano Sonata No.3 in F Minor 2/5 Jonathan Plowright
Brahms Piano Sonata No.3 in F Minor 2/5 Jonathan Plowright Johannes Brahms (1833-1897) Piano Sonata No.3 in F Minor Op.5, played by Jonathan Plowright. II Andante espressivo (part 1) This is the second part of Brahms piano sonata No. 3 in F minor (Op. 5) played by British virtuoso Jonathan Plowright. It was recorded live at the Wigmore Hall, London on Saturday 15th November 2008. Ed Keohane writes: Johannes Brahms was born in Hamburg in 1833. He excelled at the piano from an early age he also played cello and the horn and was taught free of charge by Eduard Marxsen, a leading Hamburg pianist and composer, who instilled in the young Brahms a lifelong love of Bach and the Viennese Classical composers. Indeed his first solo piano recitals, in 1848 and 1849, featured works by Bach and Beethoven. Brahms completed his third and final piano sonata in October 1853, the year that he became friends with the violinist Joseph Joachim and first met Robert and Clara Schumann. Brahmss music made a huge impression on Schumann, who wrote that each work was so different from the others that it seemed to stream from its own individual source. He also remarked how, at Brahmss hand, the piano became an orchestra of lamenting and loudly jubilant voices and his sonatas veiled symphonies. The genial and demonic sides to Brahmss personality are both evident in this colossal five-movement work. The spectacular opening gives way to a beautiful slow movement, above which Brahms wrote a verse by the poet Sternau: Der Abend dämmert, das Mondlicht scheint Da ...
Brahms Piano Sonata No.3 in F Minor 1/5 Jonathan Plowright
Brahms Piano Sonata No.3 in F Minor 1/5 Jonathan Plowright Johannes Brahms (1833-1897) Piano Sonata No.3 in F Minor Op.5, played by Jonathan Plowright. I Allegro maestoso This is the first part of Brahms's piano sonata No. 3 in F minor (Op. 5) played by British virtuoso Jonathan Plowright. It was recorded live at the Wigmore Hall, London on Saturday 15th November 2008. Ed Keohane writes: "Johannes Brahms was born in Hamburg in 1833. He excelled at the piano from an early age he also played cello and the horn and was taught free of charge by Eduard Marxsen, a leading Hamburg pianist and composer, who instilled in the young Brahms a lifelong love of Bach and the Viennese Classical composers. Indeed his first solo piano recitals, in 1848 and 1849, featured works by Bach and Beethoven. "Brahms completed his third and final piano sonata in October 1853, the year that he became friends with the violinist Joseph Joachim and first met Robert and Clara Schumann. Brahms's music made a huge impression on Schumann, who wrote that each work was so different from the others that it seemed to stream from its own individual source. He also remarked how, at Brahmss hand, the piano became an orchestra of lamenting and loudly jubilant voices and his sonatas veiled symphonies. "The genial and demonic sides to Brahms's personality are both evident in this colossal five-movement work. The spectacular opening gives way to a beautiful slow movement, above which Brahms wrote a verse by the poet Sternau: Der Abend dämmert, das Mondlicht scheint Da sind ...
松田晃演, Akinobu Matsuda "JSBach Cello Suite no.3"
松田晃演, Akinobu Matsuda "JSBach Cello Suite no.3" from 'Sound of the guitar 4' CD track 1 & 2 Johan Sebastian Bach / Prelude & Gigue from Cello Suite no.3 Akinobu Matsuda is one of the greatest classical guitarist in JAPAN, prestige of Andres Segovia. his web address www.matsudaguitar.join-us.jp CD「サウンド・オブ・ザ・ギター4」の第2曲と3曲目、バッハのプレリュードとジーグです 。 松田晃演氏のホームページのアドレスは以下になります。 www.matsudaguitar.join-us.jp
Saint Saens:Violin Concerto No.3 1st Mov(Silvia Marcovici)
Saint Saens:Violin Concerto No.3 1st Mov(Silvia Marcovici) Saint Saens:Violin Concerto No.3 1st Mov
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