WAMozart : Alleluia (from "Exsultate Jubilate") KV 165 (158a)
- Classical music composed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Sylvia McNair , soprano. Roger Vignoles, piano. Sylvia McNair (born June 23, 1956) is an American opera singer and classical recitalist who has also achieved notable success in the Broadway and cabaret genres. McNair, a soprano, has made several critically acclaimed recordings and has won two Grammy Awards. Official website: www.sylviamcnair.com Roger Vignoles is a British pianist and accompanist. He regularly performs with the worlds leading singers including Kiri Te Kanawa, Thomas Allen, Anne Sofie von Otter, Thomas Hampson, Gitta-Maria Sjøberg, Sarah Walker, Susan Graham, Felicity Lott, Stephan Genz, Monica Groop, Wolfgang Holzmair, Bernarda Fink, Christine Schäfer, Brigitte Fassbaender and Kathleen Battle at many halls and festivals. He also accompanies instrumentalists such as Joshua Bell, Heinrich Schiff, Nobuko Imai and Ralph Kirshbaum, and gives masterclasses around the world. ~ Playlist Mozart: www.youtube.com ~
J.Haydn-J.Mysliveček-WAMozart: Autumn Concert in Muzeum Kampa, Prag September 26th, 2011, Muzeum Kampa - Prague The Quattro Orchestra Prague performance in common concert with special guests, members of the Wiener Philharmoniker und Wiener Staatsoper: Tomáš Vinklát, violin and Jan Ryska, cello. This concert was third symphonic one from the concert cycle named "1311 - 2011, Prague as a cultural crossing of Europe". The project is supported by the Prague City municipal grant program. Muzeum Kampa (www.muzeumkampa.cz) is a unique project of the "Nadace Jana a Medy Mládkových" fund. During the preparatory phase were totally reconstructed buildings of so called "Sovovy mlýny" (Sova´s mills) on one of the most beautiful river-sites in Prague, the Kampa Isle. Thanks to the enormous effort of Mládek man and wife is the renowned complex one of the dominants on Vltava river and - last but not least - the unique gallery of modern art with very valuable collections. Josef Mysliveček (Il divino Boemo - the apppreciating title due to his success on the Italian operatic stages) was born just here, in so called Sova´s mills. His father was very respectable Prague miller and his gfted son gained enormous respect in the pre-classical musical world. The Quattro Orchestra hold the concert here to remind 230 years since the Mysliveček´s death in Roma (1781), accenting his very close relations to Mozart. Mysliiveček´s violin concerto was written for Vienna and so, as the next string concerto we put Haydn´s piece in the same key, D major. Mozart´s "small" g <b>...</b>
Tine Thing Helseth: Haydn Trumpet Concerto, 3rd mvt Get the SACD here: goo.gl iTunes: goo.gl Tine Thing Helseth made her recording debut release on SACD internationally in February 2008, toghether with Norwegian Chamber Orchestra. This video was made during the recording sessions.
Brahms: Hungarian Dance 5 - 6 Cecchetto Vittorio Cecchetto conducting "Città Murata Orchestra" live at Teatro Sociale Cittadella 2007.
Donal Fox: Scarlatti Jazz Suite Project Donal Fox's jazz plays upon many traditions <br /><br />"Fox's band has the Modern Jazz Quartet's poise <br />and John Coltrane Quartet's power" <br /><br />Composer/pianist Donal Fox has forged a unique amalgam of jazz, Latin American, and classical music. Past projects have focused on Johann Sebastian Bach, but the centerpiece of Saturday night's Regattabar performance was a jazz suite incorporating the music of Domenico Scarlatti . <br /><br />Fox was accompanied by vibraphonist Stefon Harris, bassist John Lockwood , and drummer Terri Lyne Carrington. This instrumentation inevitably brings the Modern Jazz Quartet to mind, but Fox's band married that group's cool poise with the power and momentum of the John Coltrane Quartet. <br /><br />The opening number was based on an Astor Piazzolla tango. Rather than presenting the usual string of solos, piano and vibraphone engaged in a fluid, improvisatory dialogue. Lockwood and Carrington's bass and drums provided active but essentially supportive background for the friendly jousting of Fox and Harris. <br /><br />The second number was Fox's ``Inventions in Blue," which drew from Bach's Two-Part Invention No. 4 in D Minor. It began as a rapid, African-sounding vamp, spelled by lyrical piano chords that floated over the pulsating rhythm. Harris's swinging, bluesy solo was bouyed by Lockwood's walking bass and Carrington's urgent ride cymbal. <br /><br />By Kevin Lowenthal, Globe Correspondent June 2006 <br />© Copyright 2006 The New York Times Company
Cinema Paradiso: Love Theme Itzhak Perlman's rendition of the beautiful love them of the movie 'Cinema Paradiso' from the album; 'Classic Perlman: Rhapsody'.
Gustav Mahler - Adagietto (from Symphony N°5) Gustav Mahler's Adagietto from the Fifth Symphony. The audio recording here is specialy edited for the YouTube channel in order to maintain its completeness. There are no cut parts, this is the whole Adagietto, for your enjoyment. ---------------------------------- A note from the author(s): Dear, friends, I thank you for your nice comments and I am glad that you are enjoying these beautiful musical master pieces. I noticed that, from time to time, people will ask why is the image of Jean-Marc Barr on some of the clips. Well, it is a long story. Me (Mare79, a "name" from the image) and "Mayol" (a friend of mine) have made these several classical music videos during the time we were on one forum once. The picture of Jean-Marc Bar was the image of his avatar, and since all these videos were generally his idea, we decided to place a full photo of Jean-Marc in them. Jean-Marc had a role in one of his movies where he played a character named Mayol, so... It was just an idea at that time, but it still remained after all, since we didn't want to remove the video in order to upload a new one without this photo and make this clip an invalid entry in your favourites playlists. So, the smaller image represents the photo of the composer. Enjoy the music, and have a nice day. Best regards to all.
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 <b>...</b>
Handel - Largo (from 'Xerxes') Opera Handel , Largo from the opera Serse (Xerxes) by George Frideric Handel. Date: 1734
Aaron Copland - Hoedown (from Rodeo) - by Orlan Charles Hoedown, from Rodeo in a ELP's addaptation with a Rick Wakeman's solo played by Orlan Charles 30/09/1999 on Music Hall from ExpoMusic Center North
Edith Mathis - WA Mozart "Exsultate, jubilate" (Part l) Allegro WA Mozart "Exsultate, jubilate" (Part l) Allegro Edith Mathis - Soprano Bernhard Klee - Conductor Staatskapelle Dresden Paintings: Philipp Otto Runge (1977 - 1810) Special thanks to fj5a017 for his kind advice about Philipp Otto Runge Philipp Otto Runge was born on July 23, 1777 as the ninth of ten children in Wolgast (West Pomerania). His parents, the shipping company owner and merchant Daniel Nicolas Runge and Magdalena Dorothea Runge were wealthy protestant townspeople. As a boy Runge was often ill. At the Wolgast town school, which he attended from 1789, he was intellectually challenged by his teacher Gotthard Ludwig Kosegarten, who introduced him to 'Sturm und Drang' and Classical literature and philosophy. After school, where his artistic talent had already been identified by Kosegarten, Runge began an apprenticeship as a merchant in Hamburg in 1795. His brother Daniel introduced him to young poets and art lovers in Hamburg. From 1797 Philipp Otto Runge took drawing lessons under Joachim Herterich. His yearning to become a painter grew. He received instructions in drawing from Gert Hardorff the Elder and in oil painting from Dietrich Eckhart. From 1799 he studied at the Copenhagen art academy. During his studies Runge met Friderike Brun, who considerably influenced Runge with her art collection and her circle of friends. In 1801, towards the end of his studies, Philipp Otto Runge returned to Wolgast. In Greifswald, he met Caspar David Friedrich in person, but in <b>...</b>
Emil Gilels - Mozart, Fantasia in d-moll KV 397 Emil Grigoryevich Gilels (Ukrainian: Емі́ль Григо́рович Гі́лельс, Russian: Эми́ль Григо́рьевич Ги́лельс, Emi'li Grego'rievič Gi'lelis; October 19, 1916 October 14, 1985) was a Soviet pianist, widely considered to be one of the greatest pianists of the 20th century. His last name is sometimes transliterated Hilels. Gilels was born in Odessa (now part of Ukraine). He began studying the piano at the age of five under Yakov Tkach, who was a student of the French pianists Raoul Pugno and Alexander Villoing Thus, through Tkach, Gilels had a pedagogical genealogy stretching back to Chopin, via Pugno, and to Muzio Clementi, via Villoing. Tkach was a stern disciplinarian who emphasized scales and studies. Gilels later credited this strict training for establishing the foundation of his technique. Gilels made his public debut at the age of 12 in June 1929 with a well-received program of Beethoven, Scarlatti, Chopin, and Schumann. In 1930, Gilels entered the Odessa Conservatory where he was coached by Berta Reingbald, whom Gilels credited as a formative influence. After graduating from the Odessa Conservatory (Ukraine) in 1935 , he moved to Moscow where he studied under the famous piano teacher Heinrich Neuhaus until 1937. A year later he was awarded first prize at the 1938 Ysaÿe International Festival in Brussels by a distinguished jury whose members included Arthur Rubinstein, Samuil Feinberg, Emil von Sauer, Ignaz Friedman, Walter Gieseking, Robert Casadesus, and <b>...</b>
Mozart 12 Variations Ah vous dirais-je, maman KV265 (part 1) pianist: matthias soucek
Sonata en Do Mayor KV-545- Allegro.Mozart - Ulises Hernández Grabada en vivo en el Teatro Auditorium "Amadeo Roldán" y en la Basílica Menor del Convento de San Francisco de Asís en la Habana. En conmemoración al aniversario 250 de WA Mozart. Interpretada por el pianista, compositor y profesor Ulises Hernández
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Symphony 40 in G min KV 550 Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra Conductor : Libor Pesek
'Canon in D' Music by Johan Pachelbel (1653-1706) 'Canon in D' Music by Johan Pachelbel (1653-1706) The Orchestra da Camera di Verona "Verona & Lake Garda" Azzurra Music "Launched in 1994, Classic Arts Showcase is a free cable television program designed to bring the classic arts experience to the largest audience possible by providing video clips of the arts in hopes that we may tempt you, the viewer, to go out and feast from the buffet of arts available in your community. The spectrum of classic arts disciplines aired on Classic Arts Showcase includes video samplings of animation, architectural art, ballet, chamber and choral music, dance, folk art, museum art, musical theater, opera, orchestral, recital, solo instrumental. solo vocal, and theatrical performances, as well as classic film and archival documentaries. If we've inspired you to see a concert, attend a recital, or go to the theatre, please share your story with us. Classic Arts Showcase broadcasts 24-hours from Satellite Galaxy 15 Transponder 5, and is picked up by over 500 Channels in the United States alone. We're available free of charge to PEG channels, PBS, basic cable tiers and non-commercial broadcasters" Download source:
Tango in D, Op.165 - Isaac Albéniz Wei Wen plays Albéniz' Tango in D, Op.165, from Suite Espanola.
Isaac Albeniz - Tango Op.165 Nº 2 by Cesar Amaro Cesar Amaro's transcription of Tango Op. 165, No. 2 by Isaac Albeniz.