Kol Nidrei Max Bruch (1.st part)
- Classical music composed by Max Bruch Cello Soloist Teodora Miteva, Bulgaria/Austria performed this concert with the Vienna Philharmonic Women´s Orchestra at the St. Thekla Church in Vienna. Conducted by Izabella Shareyko.
El Colibri-Nikola Starcevic El Colibri-J.Sagreras,performed by Nikola Starcevic-classical guitar teacher and the member of the Trio Balkan Strings
Jacqueline du Pré - Kol nidrei Op. 47 - Max Bruch + ..Y Sevilla Max Bruch Kol nidrei Op. 47 Jacqueline du Pré Gerald Moore (piano) Ray Jesson (organ) Osian Ellis (harp) and John Williams (guitar) Sevilla Images
Cello Journey #27, Kol Nidrei (Part 1) Cello Journey CD: cdbaby.com Cello Journey DVD: cdbaby.com Visit the website: cellojourney.com In this episode we play the Kol Nidrei by Max Bruch. This piece is based on a Jewish prayer recited in the synagogue at the beginning of the evening service on Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement. You can find out more information at the following link: en.wikipedia.org
Cello Journey #27, Kol Nidrei (Part 2) Cello Journey CD: cdbaby.com Cello Journey DVD: cdbaby.com Visit the website: cellojourney.com In this episode we play the Kol Nidrei by Max Bruch. This piece is based on a Jewish prayer recited in the synagogue at the beginning of the evening service on Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement. You can find out more information at the following link: en.wikipedia.org
Jacqueline du Pre - Kol nidrei (orchestral version) I uploaded it without cutting at the beginning. Finally YT increased the lenght of the video ^^ Jackie with Daniel in June 1968.
Sarajevo by Max Richter last.fm/music/Max+Richter Composer Max Richter was born in Germany in 1966 and grew up in the UK. He studied composition and piano at Edinburgh University, the Royal Academy of Music and in Florence with Luciano Berio. He then co-founded Piano Circus, a contemporary classical ensemble, where he stayed for ten years. His influences include both classical artists—Terry Riley, Steve Reich, Philip Glass, Arvo Pärt, Iannis Xenakis, Brian Eno, Henry Purcell, John Taverner, Henryk Górecki, Michael Nyman—and electronica, early dance music, punk, psychedelia—The Clash, The Beatles, Pink Floyd, Kraftwerk, Autechre, Boards of Canada.
Max Bruch-Allegro con Moto, Op. 83--clarinet, viola & piano Max Bruch-Eight Pieces for Clarinet, Viola & Piano, II. Allegro con Moto in B Minor, Op. 83--Jonathan Garza, clarinet; Joyalene Ng, viola; Cynthia Westerbeck, piano. <br /><br />Pacific Union College Music Department presents: Violist Joyalene Ng; "Music for the 20th Century Romantic," Sunday, Nov. 16, 2008. Paulin Hall Auditorium. <br /><br />"Max Bruch (1838-1920) a German composer, was a hard core romantic - at least from the way this composition sounds. This piece is the second out of eight short pieces for clarinet, viola, and piano, and I picked it because of the luscious sweeping piano lines."--Joyalene Ng.
Max Kayser , violin 1955 Tchaikovsky: Serenade Melancolique Max Kayser , violin ; FFB Sinfonieorchester Berlin , Wilhelm Schüchter, dirigent. Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky: Serenade Melancolique, Op. 26 for Violin and Orchestra . Imperial 45 RPM record. I've transferred it myself. Imperial was a budget sub-label of EMI, marketed at the European continent, Germany especially. They started ambitiously in 1954, and recorded the core repertoire in rapid succession. Kayser, later in his live the violinist in the Gobel trio Berlin, was one of the young artists recording for Imperial. His 10# LP of Bruch's violin concerto is a well sought item among record collectors, This Serenade was recorded around 1955. For three years I have a website, where I post "out-of-copyright" (in the Netherlands) classical lp's and 78rpm's. It is updated every Friday: homepages.ipact.nl Enjoy!
Hausmann Quartet: Hindemith's "Minimax" I Review by Paul M. Somers, Classical New Jersey German Dada Uninhibited playing The movement titles of the string quartet, even for those whose knowledge of German was sketchy at best, were redolent of Dada and Satie: (translated) "Army March 606, the Hohenfürstenberger"; The Two Merry Dirty Birds (for two piccolos); and "Overture to Water Poet and Bird Peasant." When the string quartet came on stage, having left a few minutes before after playing Barber's serious op. 11 quartet, they were dressed quite oddly. Wigs, including one which was a cone suggesting both Saturday Night Live cone heads and one of those Star Trek "races" differentiated from Earthlings only by having strange hair styles. Clothing was far from normal including strange glasses. At one point first violinist Isaac Allen fell off his chair quite spectacularly. Yes, this was Dada. Comedy is not easy to pull off, but the Hausmann Quartet (and Hindemith, of course) had the large audience in stitches. The music is a cross between Mozart's "Musical Joke" and one of Ives' pieces using multiple marches in multiple tempi at the same time. The viola "rushed", "bad" entrances found the players "not together," and the performance was riddled with "wrong notes." The oddly costumed characters were by turns bemused and oblivious but always distinct, each operating with his or her own "logic." The piece is devilishly difficult to play. The two violins playing the "piccolos" duet in harmonics was quite a remarkable feat <b>...</b>
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.
The beautiful slow movement.
Max Bruch - Violin Concerto No 1 in G Minor, Op. 26 - Adagio Title :Max Bruch , Violin Concerto No. 1 in G Minor, Op. 26 - Adagio
Maurice Bejart- bolero de ravel( last part) 2 eme partie du boléro dansé par Elisabeth Ros et Octavio Stanley
Mikael Plays Prokofiev - Sonata no.7 (2nd and 3rd part) at "Classic Pianist Mikael Oganes plays in Studio of Artist Alexei Steele's concert series. Great Audience, every month at monday...
Gustav Mahler, Symphony No. 3 in D minor (First Movement- 1st part) Gustav Mahler, Symphony No. 3 in D minor First Movement- Kräftig entschieden (1st part) Orquesta Sinfónica de Puerto Rico Maximiano Valdés, conductor Coral Filarmónica de San Juan Coro de Niños de San Juan Carmen Acevedo Lucío, chorus master Luis Fred, trombone Festival Casals- March 2008
Jose Antonio Escobar, 1st Mov. Concierto del Sur (1st Part) Concierto del Sur de Manuel Ponce. Final Certamen Internacional de Guitarra Francisco Tárrega, Benicassim, España. 2000. 1st Prize and Special Audience Prize. www.joseantonioescobar.cl