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Dublin Philharmonic Dvorak New World Symphony - 1st Mvt
Dublin Philharmonic Dvorak New World Symphony - 1st Mvt Dublin Philharmonic, Dvorak, New World Symphony - 1st Mvt, Conductor Derek Gleeson
David Oistrakh Debussy - Clair de lune
David Oistrakh Debussy - Clair de lune David Oistrakh plays beautifuly Claire de lune. Recorded in Paris, 1962, with Frida Bauer in piano. For whoever is wondering, you may have heard this music on: Frankie and Johnny The Game Ocean's Eleven Ocean's Thirteen Seven Years in Tibet Twilight ... and many other movies
Zuill Bailey - Dvorak - Cello Concerto in B Minor Op 104 - Allegro Parte 1
Zuill Bailey - Dvorak - Cello Concerto in B Minor Op 104 - Allegro Parte 1 Antonin Dvorak - Concierto para violonchelo y orquesta en Si menor opus 104 - Allegro (Parte 1) Orquesta de Cámara Ciudad de los Reyes Director: Guillermo Salvador Solista: Zuill Bailey Auditorio del Colegio Santa Ursula Lima - Perú 10 Abril 2008 Zuill Bailey toca un vilonchelo Matteo Goffriller (1693)
Antonín Dvořák: Stabat Mater II (Talich cond.)
Antonín Dvořák: Stabat Mater II (Talich cond.) Antonín Dvořák (1841-1904) Stabat Mater, Cantata for Soloists, Choir and Orchestra op. 58 (B 71, 1876-77) II. Quartetto. Andante sostenuto (Quis est homo, qui non fleret) Václav Talich Václav Talich (28 May 1883 16 March 1961) began his career as a talented violinistfirst in a student orchestra in Klatovy, then from 1897 to 1903 at the conservatory in Prague where he studied with the celebrated Otakar Ševčík. Finally he served as concert master of the Berlin Philharmonic, where a fateful turning point occurred. That orchestras chief conductor, Arthur Nikisch, so fascinated the twenty-one-year-old Talich that he decided to become a conductor himself. Then came fifteen years of wandering and gathering experience. In 1905 he worked in Odessa for a little less than a year, before moving to Tbilisi where he conducted for the very first time. For two years he tried to establish himself as a choirmaster and conductor in Prague, but then from 1908 to 1912 he served in Ljubljana as chief conductor of the Slovenian Philharmonic. Before the First World War broke out he was able to study in Leipzig with Max Reger and Arthur Nikisch, to spend several months studying in Milan, and to lead the opera company in Plzeň starting in 1912. From 1915 to 1918 he occasionally taught violin, performed as a violist with the famous Czech Quartet, studied scores, and in his free moments educated himselffor example by reading classical literature in Greek and Latin. The door to the Czech Philharmonic ...
André Navarra Plays Dvořák's Rondo for Cello
André Navarra Plays Dvořák's Rondo for Cello André Navarra plays this cello repertoire classic by Antonín Dvořák.
Dvorak Slavonic Dance No.1 - Wiener Philharmoniker -S. Ozawa
Dvorak Slavonic Dance No.1 - Wiener Philharmoniker -S. Ozawa Dvorak's Slavonic Dance No.1 In c..Live Performance with Vienna Philharmonic conducted by Seiji Ozawa
DAVID GARRETT - Humoresque (Dvorak) - Mannheim
DAVID GARRETT - Humoresque (Dvorak) - Mannheim www.david-garrett-fans.com video by Birgit @ Rosengarten in Mannheim, on 21st January 2009 David Garrett plays "Humoresque" by Antonin Dvorak with the Neue Philharmonie Frankfurt (orchestra) and Franck van der Heijden as a conductor
Antonin Dvorák - Slavonic Dance No. 2
Antonin Dvorák - Slavonic Dance No. 2 Segunda parte de la Slavonic Dance de Dvorák.
Zuill Bailey - Dvořák: Cello Concerto
Zuill Bailey - Dvořák: Cello Concerto Follow Zuill on Facebook: www.facebook.com Zuill Bailey Records Dvorak Cello Concerto with Jun Markl and the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra Live Recording Features "Cellist's most celebrated concerto" Cellist Zuill Bailey - whose 2010 recording of JS Bach's Suites for Solo Cello went straight to the top of the Billboard classical chart - releases Dvorak Cello Concerto on the Telarc label on January 17, 2012, in collaboration with conductor Jun Markl and the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra. Zuill Bailey has always had a wonderful artistic relationship with the Indianapolis Symphony, with whom he performs regularly. "The opportunity to perform the concerto live with the Symphony was monumental for me as a performing artist," said Bailey. "To capture the greatest concerto written for any instrument live with the Indianapolis Symphony was an incredibly inspiring and a vital musical experience." Bailey refers to the Dvorak Cello Concerto as 'the Cellist's most celebrated Concerto.' "This recording captures the excitement, vitality and electricity that comes with a live performance." He performs the Elgar Cello Concerto with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra in March 2012, and has garnered praise for recent performances of the Dvorak with groups such as the Knoxville Symphony Orchestra. The artist's passion for Opus 104 belies the composer's misgivings on writing a cello concerto: "The cello is a beautiful instrument, but its place is in the orchestra and in chamber music ...
Dvořák: Slavonic Dance, Op. 46/8 / Rattle · Berliner Philharmonik
Dvořák: Slavonic Dance, Op. 46/8 / Rattle · Berliner Philharmonik Full-length concert at www.digitalconcerthall.com Antonín Dvořák: Slavonic Dance in G minor, Op. 46 No. 8 / Sir Simon Rattle, conductor · Berliner Philharmoniker / Recorded at the Berlin Philharmonie, 6 January 2009. The Berliner Philharmoniker's Digital Concert Hall: www.digital-concert-hall.com Subscribe to our newsletter www.digitalconcerthall.com Website of the Berliner Philharmoniker: www.berliner-philharmoniker.de
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