Antonio Vivaldi, Mandolin Concerto, 1st Movement
- Classical music composed by Antonio Vivaldi Classical music with Detlef Tewes (mandolin, www.detlef-tewes.de ), mandolin orchestra of Ettlingen Germany www.mandolinenorchester-ettlingen.de , conductor Boris Björn Bagger (http ), Prof. Boris Bagger is teacher for guitar at the University of Music, Karlsruhe / Germany, www.hfm-karlsruhe.de , Hochschule für Musik, Musikhochschule This piece is used as sountrack to the movie Kramer vs. Kramer dieses Stück ist als Filmmusik Kramer gegen Kramer mit Dustin Hoffman und Meryl Streep in den Hauptrollen benutzt worden sheet music available www.edition49.de New CD available with Detlef Tewes & Boris Björn Bagger Mozart - World premiere recordings sold more than 10 000 times new arrangements for mandolin and guitar Detlef Tewes & Boris Björn Bagger - a fantastic CD - 5 stars are not enough! order here http More infos and informations about this CD www.borisbagger.de Thanks for visiting our pages
Antonio Vivaldi - The Four Seasons concerto Teatro Asioli di Correggio 2005 ENSEMBLE GUIDANTUS www.ensembleguidantus.com
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Antonio Salieri Triple Concerto D major (1/3) Salieri wrote little instrumental music. Among the few pieces he wrote is this triple concerto for violin, oboe and violoncello from 1770. It is a fine example of an intermediate concerto between baroque and classical style. I find it to be full of aristocratic charme. Thomas Füri (violin), Heinz Holliger (oboe) and Thomas Demenga (violoncello) are the soloists. Füri also conducts the Camerata Bern.
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A. Vivaldi, Guitar Concerto in D, 2nd Mvt, Boris Bagger Guitar Orche Antonio Vivaldi, Guitar Concerto in D, 2nd Mvt, played and arranged by Prof. Boris Björn Bagger, classical guitar - www.borisbagger.de, Prof. Boris Björn Bagger is teaching guitar at the University of Music in Karlsruhe Germany, www.hfm-karlsruhe.de live concert in Tallinn Estonia, 30.9.2005, conductor: Leslie B. Dunner (USA), Estonian National Symphony Orchestra (www.erso.ee ), sheet music & CD available here www.edition49.de (arrangements for several instruments are available) Musikhochschule Karlsruhe Hochschule Musik
Aria Vivaldi, Daniel Schnyder, Carmina Quartet, Nina Corti - music & Aria Vivaldi, excerpt from Metamorphose Concept, choreography and dance by Nina Corti Daniel Schnyder- Saxophone Carmina Quartet Music: Antonio Vivaldi (Griselda) arr. Daniel Schnyder Antonio Vivaldi: unknown opera arias Arrangement for string quartet plus saxophone. Recorded by Daniel Schnyder and Carmina Quartet (Zoom in) Daniel Schnyder is known as a composer/performer with a dynamic reputation in both jazz and classical fields. He appears as a soloist with orchestras playing his "Songbook for Saxophone and Orchestra" and his Oriental Suite beside other works. He played Songbook in Germany and Switzerland on a tour with the NDR Radio Philharmonic in November 2006 and with the MDR Orchestra in 2008. In the Fall 2008 he tours with the Saarlaendische Rundfunk Orchestra as a soloist. Daniel toured Europe and Australia with his trio, featuring David Taylor and Kenny Drew jr., playing the music of Gershwin, Bach, Vivaldi, Wagner and Ellington in addition to his own new compositions bridging the worlds of classical music and jazz. He frequently performs with his special chamber music project for saxophone and string quartet, combining composition and improvisation, jazz and traditional chamber music. His third string quartet was commissioned by the Carmina Quartet, the 4th string quartet was a commission by the Amar Quartett, the 5th str 4tet a commission by the Stradivari Quartet. Carmina Quartet Matthias Enderle, violin Susanne Frank, violin Wendy Champney, viola Stephan <b>...</b>
Vivaldi, Winter, Four Seasons (Allegro), with animated score The first movement of Antonio Vivaldi's "Winter" (from The Four Seasons)), performed by the orchestra of the US Air Force Band, accompanied by an animated score.FAQ Q: Where can I get free sheet music of this piece (opus 8 #4, RV297)? A: Here tinyurl.com Q: How did you get the animation synchronized with the recording? A: First I entered the score into the notation program Sibelius. Then, I made a half-speed version of the recording (with the Amazing Slow-Downer software), and adjusted the notation to match (added the ornaments, shortened notes, mistakes made by the performers, etc). Then, while listening to the half-speed recording, I recorded a MIDI click-track. Finally, I fed the score and the click-track into some software I wrote, which adjusted the timings of score to match the click-track. The adjusted version of the score is what my animation software takes as input. Q: Is there a way I could make the bar-graph scores myself? A: The Music Animation Machine MIDI file player will generate this display; you can get the (Windows) software here: www.musanim.com There are lots of places on the web where you can get MIDI files; I usually go to the Classical Archives site first: www.classicalarchives.com Q: Why don't you show the notes of the harpsichord? A: There are various reasons, some aesthetic, some practical, some conceptual. Vivaldi did not write a harpsichord part; it was the practice at the time for the harpsichord player to improvise a part from the bass line <b>...</b>
Antonio Vivaldi, Concerto in D Major, Allegro, Concerto in D Major - Allegro - Antonio Vivaldi performed by Eric Henderson. At thirteen, Eric was invited to Spain to become one of only three people to study privately with master guitarist Andres Segovia. Henderson spent four years in Spain learning the intricacies of the classical guitar, while playing as much as 12 hours a day. Eric Henderson has studied guitar with Christopher Parkening, Angel Romero, Ernesto Bitetti, Emilio Pujol and Antonia Morales. He has studied Baroque interpretation with Ton Koopman and Henk Dekker, and theory and composition with Aureo Hererro. While he was in Spain he also had the honor of studying with the composer Federico Moreno Torroba, perfecting the interpretation of Torroba's Sonatina in A. Antonio Lucio Vivaldi who was nicknamed "il Prete Rosso" ("The Red Priest"), was a Baroque composer and Venetian priest. He was also a famous virtuoso violinist. Antonio Vivaldi was born and raised in the Republic of Venice. Website: www.erichenderson.org My Space www.myspace.com You Tube: www.youtube.com
Chris Thile - Mandolin Concerto (Ad astra per alia porci) Mandolin Concerto (Ad astra per alia porci)<br /><br />written by Chris Thile of Punch Brothers and Nickel Creek<br /><br />Movements<br />1 “A March, a Waltz and a Jig”<br />2 “Air on the F Train”<br />3 “The Fifth Glass”<br /><br />orchestration: solo mandolin; 2 flutes, 2 oboes, 2 clarinets, 2 bassoons; 2 horns; timpani; percussion; piano; strings<br /><br />January 2010 in Los Angeles with the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra<br /><br />Jeffrey Kahane, director<br />Chris Thile, mandolin
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NEAPOLITAN MUSIC - Italian mandolin by Antonio & Linda Calsolaro "T Neapolitan music by the mandolin of the Italian maestro Antonio Calsolaro, NAPOLI MUSIC the most fresh and sweet TE VOJO BENE ASSAJE - 1835 (Ti voglio bene assai = I love you so much = Te quiero mucho in Napoli language, also called Caruso).. Music from Napoli "Te vojo bene assai" part of the Italian history. ITALIAN MUSIC of NAPOLI with a Neapolitan Mandolin and classical guitar executed by the Mandolin Maestro Antonio Calsolaro and his sister the Guitar Maestro Linda Calsolaro during the live concert at the beautiful PALAZZO ROMASI at Alessano Lecce in the very heel of Italy. The Maestro Calsolaro offered this concert as specail TRIBUTE TO NAPOLI and plays the traditional and classical Neapolitan songs with his Mandolin for more info about the Italian mandolin and the Maestro lessons visit: www.italianbusinessguide.com TE VOJO BENE ASSAJE is an incredible and beautiful song of the traditional Neapolitan culture composed by SACCO 1835. MUSIC OF NAPLES with MANDOLIN by Maestro Antonio Calsolaro The music of Naples (heart of the Italian music) played by the incredible Mandolin and Guitar of the Maestro Antonio Calsolaro and Linda Calsolaro are: "Luna Nova, Di Giacomo - Costa", "Scétate, Russo - Costa", "Catarì, Di Giacomo - Costa", "Serenata Napulitana, Di Giacomo - Costa", "Te Voju bene assaje, Sacco", "Serenatella, Bovio - Valente", "Reginella, Bovio - Lama", "Funiculì Funiculà, Turco - Denza" There are various kinds of mandolins in use in Italy; they bear the names of <b>...</b>
Vivaldi Concerto for Mandolin in D( Lute RV 93 ) 1. Movement mandolin solo - jacob reuven and Barrocade Ensemble Jacob Reuven began playing the mandolin at age of eight, studying at the Beer Sheva Conservatory under the guidance of Prof. Simha Nathanson. In 1994 he graduated under the guidance of Mr. Lev Haimovitch and was awarded the Excellent Musician Status by the Israeli army, which allowed him to pursue acadmic studies at the Rubin Academy of Music and Dance in Jerusalem while doing his military service. During his time as a student at the Rubin Academy and under the guidance of Prof. Motti Smidt, Jacob won the prestigious concerto competition for two years in a row, which lead to several performances under the baton of the conductor Mendi Rodan. In 1998 he graduated the Rubin Academy, receiving a M.Ba.Mus. Jacob has performed with some of the best Israeli orchestras and ensembles, including, amongst others, the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra, the Israeli Sinfonietta ,the Israel Chamber Orchestra and the Twenty First Century Ensemble under the batons of conductors such as Zubin Mehta, Mstislav Rostropovitch, Antonio Pappano, Mendi Rodan and Zsolt Nagy. The mandolin Jacob plays is the creation of the Israeli mandolin maker Arik Kerman, Out of dozens of instruments used by mandolin players in Israel, this is the only mandolin which Mr. Kerman has given to a player as a gesture of encouragement for his musical career. His wide repertoire includes, as well as pieces written originally for Mandolin <b>...</b>
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