Composers

Yergiyeva Kateryna: Scarlatti's Sonata in D minor K.141 L. 422
Yergiyeva Kateryna: Scarlatti's Sonata in D minor K.141 L. 422 Yergiyeva Kateryna performs Scarlatti's Sonata in D minor, K.141 L. 422, during the second round at the IV International Piano Competition in memory of Emil Gilels.
Chopin Ballade No. 1 Op. 23 in G minor
Chopin Ballade No. 1 Op. 23 in G minor Ann plays Chopin Ballade No. 1 Op. 23 in G minor.
MGQ - Ballet of the Unhatched Chicks by Mussorgsky
MGQ - Ballet of the Unhatched Chicks by Mussorgsky from Pictures at an Exhibition by Modest Mussorgsky - live performance, March 23, 2012 -- Sundin Music Hall, Hamline University, Saint Paul, MN - arrangement by the Minneapolis Guitar Quartet www.minneapolisguitarquartet.com
Michael Hedges - Cello Suite #1 in G Major (Bach)
Michael Hedges - Cello Suite #1 in G Major (Bach) Bach's first cello suite (BWV 1007, the prelude), on the harp guitar, played as intended in G major. 8/1/87 performance at the Mahaiwe Theater in Great Barrington, MA. Tuning:G1C2C#2A1D2E2G2D3E3A3D4; 0.056 on the harp 5 sub-basses for the string gauge, and 0.056, 0.046, 0.036, 0.026, 0.017, 0.013 for the 6-string guiitar gauages. See www.nomadland.com for information on Hedges and a fund for his children.
Matthew McAllister 'Prelude' ~ JSBach BWV 1007
Matthew McAllister 'Prelude' ~ JSBach BWV 1007 Scottish Classical Guitarist Matthew McAllister performing the prelude from the suite for cello BWV 1007 by JSBach.
Eugene Istomin plays Debussy "Reflets dans l'eau"
Eugene Istomin plays Debussy "Reflets dans l'eau" from "Images" Livre I, No. 1 rec. 1987 Eugene George Istomin (November 26, 1925 -- October 10, 2003) was an American pianist. Istomin was born in New York City of Russian-Jewish parents. He was famous for his work in the piano trio, with Isaac Stern and Leonard Rose, known as the Istomin-Stern-Rose Trio, with whom he made many recordings, and particularly of music by Beethoven, Brahms and Schubert. He also played with them in orchestral music, with conductors such as Eugene Ormandy, Bruno Walter and also as a soloist. His earliest public performances were from age 6 with his mother, and at 12 he entered the Curtis Institute. He studied under Rudolf Serkin and also Mieczysław Horszowski. In 1943 he won the Leventritt award, and also the Philadelphia Youth Award. He made his debuts with the Philadelphia Orchestra with Eugene Ormandy, playing a concerto by Chopin, and the New York Philharmonic conducted by Artur Rodziński playing Brahms' Piano Concerto No. 2 in the same week in 1943. He performed with Rodzinski and the New York Philharmonic a second time in December 1944, performing Beethoven's Fourth Piano Concerto. He commissioned and premiered Roger Sessions' piano concerto in 1956. Several other composers, including Henri Dutilleux and Ned Rorem, wrote music for him. He won a Grammy Award in 1970 with the trio, for their recordings of Beethoven. He recorded extensively for Columbia (later Sony Classical) solo works and chamber music. He married Marta Montañez Martinez ...
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 ...
Vivaldi - "Winter" I. Allegro non molto, Piano version with winter
Vivaldi - "Winter" I. Allegro non molto, Piano version with winter This is me playing my transcription of Antonio Vivaldi´s "Winter I" from "The Four Seasons". Sheet music is now available at: www.lulu.com Or get the complete "four seasons suite": www.lulu.com vivaldi winter vier jahreszeiten Le quattro stagioni piano version cover transcription erik österberg L'inverno solo "instrumental music classical
Eduardo Tagliatti plays Ravel(Alborada del Gracioso-Part 2)
Eduardo Tagliatti plays Ravel(Alborada del Gracioso-Part 2) M.Ravel: Alborada del Gracioso. - Part 2 - 23th of July(2008):Recital at MAM(Museu de Arte Murilo Mendes da UFJF/Murilo Mendes Museum),Juiz de Fora,Minas Gerais. The Brazilian pianist Eduardo Tagliatti plays at the Piano Recital from the 19º International Festival of Baroque,Ancient and Brazilian Colonial Music,in Juiz de Fora,Minas Gerais,Brazil. In this recital,students from many diferent cities in Brazil were chosen by the wellknown piano teacher Antônio Bezzan(from São Paulo),to play in this event in the end of the festival. -M.Ravel: Alborada del Gracioso. Eduardo Tagliatti,talentoso pianista de Juiz de Fora,Minas Gerais,é uma das grandes promessas brasileiras e se dedica há um tempo considerável(apesar de sua pouca idade)à interpretação de obras modernas e contemporâneas,inclusive privilegiando autores nacionais como Almeida Prado e Edmundo Villani-Côrtes. Este evento fez parte da Audição de Piano da classe do professor Antônio Bezzan,do 19ºFestival Internacional de Música Colonial e Música Antiga de Juiz de Fora,Minas Gerais,realizado no MAM(Museu de Arte Murilo Mendes,da UFJF)no dia 23/07/08,as 14 horas.
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