Beethoven, Symphony 9/2, D minor Op 125 'Choral' Thielemann Vienna
Beethoven, Symphony 9/2, D minor Op 125 'Choral' Thielemann Vienna 02 Scherzo. Molto vivace. Presto, Beethoven Symphony 9/2 Choral Thielemann Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra The Symphony No. 9 in D minor, Op. 125, is the final complete symphony of Ludwig van Beethoven. Completed in 1824, the symphony is one of the best known works of the Western classical repertoire, and has been adapted for use as the European Anthem. It is considered by critics to be one of Beethoven's masterpieces and one of the greatest musical compositions ever written. The symphony was the first example of a major composer using voices in a symphony (thus making it a choral symphony). The words are sung during the final movement by four vocal soloists and a chorus. They were taken from the "Ode to Joy", a poem written by Friedrich Schiller in 1785 and revised in 1803, with additions made by the composer. The title of Schiller's poem "An die Freude" is literally translated as "To Joy", but is normally called the "Ode to Joy". It was written in 1785 and first published the following year in the poet's own literary journal, Thalia. Beethoven had made plans to set this poem to music as far back as 1793, when he was 22 years old. Beethoven was eager to have his work played in Berlin as soon as possible after finishing it, since he thought that musical taste in Vienna was dominated by Italian composers such as Rossini. When his friends and financiers heard this, they urged him to premiere the symphony in Vienna. The Ninth Symphony was premiered on 7 May 1824 in the ...
Chopin: Fantaisie Impromptu, op. 66 ショパンの幻想即興曲
Chopin: Fantaisie Impromptu, op. 66 ショパンの幻想即興曲 BACHSCHOLAR: COMPLETE MUSIC THEORY COURSE LEARN WITH ROCKET PIANO: BEST SHEET MUSIC: Chopin Piano Playlist: Soft and Beautiful Piano Music Playlist: ABOUT THE ARTIST: The Sacramento Bee wrote: "Cory Hall played two works of towering artistic content and difficulty with a power and a finish that were startling. Hall was all over the keyboard but always conscious of the magic the notes were designed to evoke. It was an impressive performance." CORY HALL (b. 1963) is a retired concert artist, college professor, and church organist who currently devotes his time to making YouTube videos and composing. He wishes to inspire and offer advice to aspiring pianists and musicians worldwide via videos with his thought-provoking performances and tutorials. An independent scholar as well as performer, Hall holds graduate degrees in piano and historical musicology from The Eastman School of Music and The University of Kansas. BachScholar™ website: Please browse the selection of Dr. Hall's personal hand-picked recommendations related to music and this video! HALL'S COMPLETE RECORDINGS, CLASSICAL TO RAGTIME EXCELLENT YAMAHA DIGITAL PIANO (88 KEYS): EXCELLENT CASIO DIGITAL PIANO (88 KEYS): GARRICK OHLSSON, CHOPIN COMPLETE WORKS (CD): ARTUR RUBINSTEIN: THE CHOPIN ...
Chopin Etude op.10-12(Aya was 19 years old)
Chopin Etude op.10-12(Aya was 19 years old) Chopin Etude op.10-12 "Revolutionary" Uploaded by Studio R Please visit Aya's official website for more information.
Mozart - Symphony No. 35 in D Major "Haffner" - Mov. 1/4
Mozart - Symphony No. 35 in D Major "Haffner" - Mov. 1/4 WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART (1756-1791) Symphony for orchestra and timpani in D major K385 "Haffner" 1. Allegro con spirito Performed by The English Concert Directed by Trevor Pinnock *Symphony No. 35 in D major, K. 385 was composed in 1782 and is also called the Haffner Symphony. It was commissioned by the Haffners, a prominent Salzburg family, for the occasion of Sigmund Haffner's ennoblement. The Haffner Symphony should not be confused with the Haffner Serenade, another piece Mozart wrote on commission from the same family. The Haffner Serenade, K. 250, is in eight movements and was composed six years earlier in 1776. The Haffner Symphony did not start its life as a symphony, but rather as a serenade to be used as background music for the ennoblement of Sigmund Haffner. The Mozarts knew the Haffners through Sigmund Haffner's father, also Sigmund Haffner, who had been mayor of Salzburg and who had helped them out on their early tours of Europe. The elder Haffner died in 1772, but the families remained in contact. In 1776, the younger Haffner commissioned a serenade for the wedding of Marie Elizabeth Haffner to Franz Xavier Spath. This work became the famous Haffner Serenade which was so successful that, when the younger Sigmund Haffner was to be ennobled, it was only natural that Mozart was called upon to write the music for the occasion. The request to write music actually came via Mozart's father on 20 July, 1782 when Mozart had no spare time. Mozart was "up to his ...
Mon Coeur S'Ouvre À Ta Voix (Camille Saint-Saëns; Samson et Delil
Mon Coeur S'Ouvre À Ta Voix (Camille Saint-Saëns; Samson et Delil FACEBOOK BLOGSPOT EMAIL Album "tony r clef - tuesday afternoon" on Itunes "Mon Coeur S'Ouvre À Ta Voix" (literally "My Heart is Opened (or "Opens Itself") At Your Voice" but usually translated as "My heart at your sweet voice", I think) Music by Camille Saint-Saëns. A very famous aria from his opera "Samson et Delila". Watch the lovely Risë Stevens singing it from the film "The Chocolate Soldier" (also with Nelson Eddy and Nigel Bruce (he who played Dr. Watson to Basil Rathbone's Holmes)) The movie is great fun if you get a chance to see it. TCM shows it from time to time. There's several blemishes in this that I'd fix if I ever broke down and decided to make little audio edits before posting, especially in such a long piece. But in the interest of "live" I present this to you as is, pimples and all. My arrangement. Learned by ear. I have nothing written down. Taylor NS54-ce, hybrid classical Drop C# tuning (ie, Drop-D a half step flat to match original pitch) D'addario Pro Arte normal tension nylon strings
Chopin Prelude 20 in C Minor
Chopin Prelude 20 in C Minor Barry Manilow was inspired by this Chopin Prelude to write "Could It Be Majic". I was inspired by the Manilow song to learn Piano and this prelude was the first classical piece I learned. It's only fitting that I should post it first...
Gabriel Grovlez: 4 pieces from 'L'Almanach aux Images'
Gabriel Grovlez: 4 pieces from 'L'Almanach aux Images' 1 - Les Marionnettes (The Puppets); 4 - Chanson du Chasseur (Huntsman's song) ; 5 - Les Ânes (The Donkeys) ; 7 - Chanson de l'Escarpolette 'L'Almanach aux Images', a set of eight short piano pieces, is perhaps Grovlez' best-known work, and these four pieces complete my recording of the set - the other four appear on other videos which I made over a year ago. Each piece in 'L'Almanach aux Images'is prefaced by a poem by the French 'fantaisiste' poet Tristan Klingsor (1874-1966). He is still in EU copyright for a long time to come, so I will not reproduce the poems. Grovlez (1879-1944) was a French pianist and conductor, who premiered Ravel's Sonatine in 1906.
Chopin - Polonaise in A-flat major "Heroic" Op. 53
Chopin - Polonaise in A-flat major "Heroic" Op. 53 - The Polonaise in A-flat major, Op. 53 or (French: Polonaise héroïque, Heroic Polonaise) for solo piano was written by Frédéric Chopin in 1842. This masterpiece is one of Chopin's most popular compositions and has always been a favorite of the classical piano repertoire. The piece requires exceptional pianistic skills and requires virtuosity to be played at an appropriate level of quality. It is also sometimes referred to as the Drum Polonaise. Although the piece is labeled as a polonaise, it has little to do with the typical polonaise style. It presents two sections with a polonaise rhythm, but most of it has no particular polonaise attribute. It has been said that Chopin had composed the piece having a free and powerful Poland in mind, which may have led him to label it as a polonaise - Polonez As-dur op. 53 - Polonez Fryderyka Chopina zwany Heroicznym (fr. Polonaise héroïque). Został skomponowany na fortepian solo w 1842. Jest ważnym symbolem polskości oraz jednym z najbardziej znanych polonezów Chopina. Należy do najważniejszych dzieł w repertuarze fortepianowym. Tempo Poloneza to Alla polacca e maestoso (W tempie poloneza, majestatycznie)
Berens Etude A minor op 88- Rafał 9 years old
Berens Etude A minor op 88- Rafał 9 years old Etiuda a-moll op.88 (pasażowa) Berensa- Rafał Bienias 23 marzec 2009r (9 lat)
Saint Saens- Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso - Jacob Reuven - man
Saint Saens- Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso - Jacob Reuven - man Displaying a unique combination of technical brilliance and a rich musical persona, Jacob Reuven has established himself as one of the most intriguing and sought after mandolin players to have emerged from Israel in recent years. Jacob's broad musical horizons encompass everything from classical music, baroque music, contemporary music, world music, to music for modern dance and theatre, bringing to all that he does his unique voice and uncompromising musical standards. Beginning his mandolin studies at the age of eight under the guidance of Prof. Simha Nathanson at the Beer Sheva Music Conservatory, Jacob later studied with Mr. Lev Haimovitch until beginning his studies at the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance where he worked with Prof. Motti Smidt. During his studies Jacob had won twice the academy's prestigious Concerto Competition, which marked the beginning of his promising career. Jacob has performed as a soloist with some of the best Israeli orchestras and ensembles including the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra, the Israeli Sinfonietta ,the Israel Chamber Orchestra and the Twenty First Century Ensemble and played under the baton of conductors such as Zubin Mehta, Mstislav Rostropovitch, Antonio Pappano, Mendi Rodan and Zsolt Nagy. In 2004, Jacob won first prize in the distinguished International Plectro Rioja competition in Spain and has become internationally known. Since then Jacob has been invited to perform with orchestras ...