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Pachelbel: Canon in D Major: Original Full Version for Organ
Pachelbel: Canon in D Major: Original Full Version for Organ *** Pachelbel :This deeply romantic and haunting Canon composition by Pachelbel is played on Technics Electronic Organ by TV Fashion Model and Amateur Musician - Miss Denise Hewitt *** *** Denise is wearing a beautiful Silky Deep Blue Evening Dress from the Pollyanna Boutique for the performance of the Canon or Kanon in D Major by talented Composer Pachelbel *** *** Californian Poppies photographed by Denise on Pacific Highway Rte-1 at San Simeon ***
Beethoven Hammerklavier 4th Mov Pt 2 Ohlsson Rec 1998
Beethoven Hammerklavier 4th Mov Pt 2 Ohlsson Rec 1998 Regarding the final movement of Beethoven's Hammerklavier Sonata Op 106, Hans von Bulow wrote," The times are happily past wherein this Finale was deemed a "non plus ultra'' of technical difficulty and "classical' piano-virtuosi could win ephemeral fame by performing it in concerts. Nevertheless, the task before the player --to give an interpretation of plastic beauty,ie, first of all a perfectly intelligible one-- is no mere "play" despite all the technical acquirements which have now facilitated it." In this performance, Garrick Ohlsson provides us with that "perfectly intelligible" interpretation. Garrick Ohlsson is a member of a rare breed of pianists whose recitals are remembered long after they have been performed. He has a big technique but so do countless other pianists before the public today. I hear them every season as they present their robotic recitals--pianists in their forties and fifties still playing just as they did years earlier when performing before a competition jury. They exhibit no growth or maturity at all. Many still play as though they were students, not masters. The playing is tentative and constrained exhibiting no imagination. Not Garrick Ohlsson. He shares with other historically important pianists the ability to bring the music he plays to life. Such playing enfolds an audience.into the music. It is communicated to them. One remembers such experiences far more than a flashy technique or balletic poses and posturing. (This includes jumping ...
Concerto in D (Michael Haydn) - I. Adagio
Concerto in D (Michael Haydn) - I. Adagio Andrew Bishop, Trumpet "Live in Concert" featuring Genevieve Bishop, Piano Blanka Bednarz, Violin Presser Hall Auditorium Bethany College November 20, 2001 While I certainly concede that I am no pianist to speak of, you might notice on the program below that I performed a Chopin Nocturne on piano before the Michael Haydn concerto. I did this for two reasons: 1. I wanted to pretend I was a somewhat well-rounded musician, and 2. I needed a chop break after a taxing piece on B-flat and C trumpet respectively. Not too many trumpeters have the audacity to perform this concerto live, let alone as just one piece on a very demanding full recital. As most of you trumpet folk know, in the first movement this concerto features the highest note ever composed for the classical trumpet: the high A6, the 24th partial on the natural D trumpet. I, of course, love to push the envelope -- for better or for worse -- I thought I'd scale up to it for a second time in a cadenza. I saw another guy upload a partial video of himself performing this, and he listed his equipment for all the trumpet tech-heads. I suppose I'll do the same: Schilke P5-4, and a regular old Bach 7E mouthpiece. Program: Taps www.youtube.com In remembrance of the victims of the September 11 terrorist attacks, and in honor of those who have served their country in the US Armed Forces Napoli (Herman Bellstedt) www.youtube.com Legend (Georges Enesco) www.youtube.com Nocturne Opus 9, No. 2 in E-flat (Frederich Chopin) www ...
Grande Ritournelle (La Belle Exentrique), E.Satie - Marilou Maude H
Grande Ritournelle (La Belle Exentrique), E.Satie - Marilou Maude H Pièce d'ouverture du Concert de Piano 2011, de la classe de Hélène Jodoin. Centre Calixa-Lavallée, Parc La Fontaine.
Beethoven Symphony No. 9 - Verdi tuning (part 1)
Beethoven Symphony No. 9 - Verdi tuning (part 1) In a series of concerts, being performed as integral parts of Schiller Institute events, the LaRouche Youth Movement has presented their work on the final chorus of Ludwig van Beethoven's 9th Symphony, set to the text of Friedrich Schiller's Ode an die Freude (Ode to Joy). This achievement by an amateur chorus would have been virtually impossible if not for the rigorous working out of the ideas behind the notes and words, the passion of reliving the experience of creativity, and, last but not least, rehearsing and performing the work in the scientifically correct musical tuning of C=256 Hz, rather than the prevalent, anti-musical and vocally destructive tuning of the Romantic School's A=440 or higher (see below). This studio recording, which we now present to you, should be seen as a demonstration of what a group of passionate young people, most of them without any prior musical education, are able to achieve when the pursuit of happiness and commitment to creating a better future, become greater than the common pessimistic small-mindedness. Take this as an example of what the next generations have the potential to create, if they are given the means to do so. And in that case, this will signify the first steps toward a new Classical Renaissance for Mankind! It should also be mentioned that throughout history, Beethoven's 9th symphony has at times been misused for political purposes. The latest in this series of perversions is Herbert von Karajan's reductionist ...
Saint Saens:Violin Concerto No.3 3rd Mov(Silvia Marcovici)
Saint Saens:Violin Concerto No.3 3rd Mov(Silvia Marcovici) Saint Saens:Violin Concerto No.3 3rd Mov
Chopin Concerto No.2 second mov.Kaspar Uinskas, piano
Chopin Concerto No.2 second mov.Kaspar Uinskas, piano Chopin Concerto No.2 second mov.Kaspar Uinskas, piano
Jacqueline Du Pré: Cello Concerto in E Minor, Op. 85 - Movement 4,
Jacqueline Du Pré: Cello Concerto in E Minor, Op. 85 - Movement 4, Jacqueline Du Pré (1945 - 1987) performs the Elgar Cello Concerto in E minor, Op. 85; Sir John Barbirolli conducts the London Symphony Orchestra in this 1965 recording, issued on the Angel label (Angel 36638). (Angel Records is a record label belonging to EMI. It was formed in 1953 and specialised in classical music, but included an occasional operetta or Broadway score. The Angel trademark has been used by EMI, its predecessors, and affiliated companies since 1898.) Movement 4, Part 2: Allegro — Moderato — Allegro, ma non troppo — Poco più lento — Adagio Many critics consider du Pré's recording to be the definitive recording of the Elgar concerto. Du Pré's recording has been continually praised for its astonishing passion as well as a remarkably secure technique. Barbirolli himself had an association with the concerto from its very earliest days: he was a member of the cello section of the orchestra at its 1919 premiere; and he was the soloist at only its second public performance, with the Bournemouth Municipal Orchestra under Sir Dan Godfrey.
JSBach - Prelude Wohltemperierte Klavier I No.1
JSBach - Prelude Wohltemperierte Klavier I No.1 JSBach's Prelude Wohltemperierte Klavier I No.1 . I found it in my piano book of classical songs and just wanted to try it out. Total Time Spent: 40 minutes Difficulty: Easy The book is called "50 greats for the Piano" This is my first video where I'm testing the mix of HQ sounds with my videos, so leave feedback and tell me if you like this style or my old one better.
Markus Wargh - JS Bach Toccata F Major BWV 540
Markus Wargh - JS Bach Toccata F Major BWV 540 Recorded in Lulea Cathedral Apr 2010. Markus Wargh was born 1969 in Jakobstad, Finland. He studied organ playing and improvisation at the Sibelius Academy and received his diploma with the highest honors possible in 1991. During 1992-1995 he continued his studies at the Piteå College of Music. He was awarded the degree of Concert Organist in 1995. Markus Wargh's superb talents at improvising have drawn great acclaim. Creating music on the impulse of the moment has always been an important part of Wargh's artistry. He often improvises together with other instrumentalists and singers. The combination of different instruments has paved the way for a new, very creative and interesting music. As an interpreter of classical music he often performs organ works by Bach, for example, in addition to the great romantic virtuoso organ works. Wargh has performed widely both in his native Finland and in other Nordic countries. He has also taken part in many organ festivals and has made several radio and TV recordings. In the Lahti Organ Festival of 1992 he was chosen the Young Organist of the year. During 1995-2001 he taught organ playing and improvisation at the Piteå College of Music. At present he is working as Concert Organist and Cathedral Organist in the Cathedral of Luleå.
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