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Prelude from Partita No. 3 in E Major - J.S. Bach
Prelude from Partita No. 3 in E Major - J.S. Bach Vanessa-Mae plays one of Bach's most famous compositions, Prelude from Partita No. 3 in E Major.
The Beethoven Impromptu
The Beethoven Impromptu This is NOT a Beethoven piece, it is composed by me. However, the main inspiration and influence for this composition is Beethoven. It is quite a dark piano piece, hope you enjoy it! Please subscribe if you want to support me and my music! Thanks! Copyright 2011 Karl Nerman *TAGS* Beethoven Piano Impromptu Composition Music Classical Sonata Ludwig van Beethoven Fur Elise The Moonlight Sonata Pathetique Sonata Kempf Kempff Rachmaninoff Yamaha P-155 Romantic Piano Piece Mozart Rondo alla Turca Schubert Piano Scriabin Tchaikovsky Piano Concert Liszt Liebestrumme Beethoven Music Beethoven Piano Beethoven Piano Song Beethoven rock metal classical neo-classical classical vs romantic beethoven vs haydn beethoven vs mozart beethoven vs bach beethovens greatest composition the most difficult piano piece ever written youtube video
Classical guitar Dai Kimura Koyunbaba presto
Classical guitar Dai Kimura Koyunbaba presto Koyunbaba presto composer: Carlo Domeniconi Player: Dai Kimura
Pierre Fournier,Vivaldi Cello Concerto E minor (1/4)
Pierre Fournier,Vivaldi Cello Concerto E minor (1/4) www.facebook.com Pierre Fournier-violoncello, Festival Strings Lucerne, Rudolf Baumgartner. Pierre Fournier (1906-1986) was born in Paris on June 24, and known in his lifetime as "the aristocrat of cellists," because of his lyrical playing, and for his impeccable artistic sensitivity. Fournier was the son of a French army general, and as a child was taught piano by his mother. At the age of nine he suffered a mild case of polio, and lost some of the dexterity in his legs and feet. No longer able to master the use of the piano pedals, he searched for another musical instrument, and turned to the cello. He quickly made good progress on his new instrument, and was able to win entrance to the Paris Conservatoire, where he became a pupil of Paul Bazelaire, and later Anton Hekking. He graduated at the age of seventeen, in the year 1923. Maurice Marechal called him "the cellist of the future." Even at such a young age, Fournier had tremendous virtuosity, and was famous for his bowing facility. Fournier was a friend of another great French cellist, Tortelier. Once, meeting backstage after a recital by Tortelier, Pierre said to him, "Paul, I wish I had your left hand." Tortelier replied, "Pierre, I wish I had your right arm!" Fournier became well known in 1925 after a successful performance with the Edouard Colonne Orchestra in Paris, and began to give concerts all over Europe. Fournier played with all the great musicians of his time, including Cortot, Thibaud, Furtwangler ...
Mozart Turkish march remix - Matt King
Mozart Turkish march remix - Matt King soundcloud.com On iTunes as well: itunes.apple.com - Help fund me beer to destroy more classical masterpieces. If you listen very closely, in the background you'll be able to hear Mozart rolling around in his grave ;)
Prelude from Bach's Suite No. 1 for Unaccompanied Cello - BWV 1007
Prelude from Bach's Suite No. 1 for Unaccompanied Cello - BWV 1007 Bach's classic cello Prelude played on classical guitar..
Fr. Chopin - Desire for love
Fr. Chopin - Desire for love classical Fantesie Impromptu, Vals în la minor nr. 17 op. posthum
Música Clásica - Canon en Re mayor, Johann Pachelbel
Música Clásica - Canon en Re mayor, Johann Pachelbel El Canon (cuyo nombre completo es Canon y Giga en Re mayor para tres violines y bajo continuo, en el original alemán: Kanon und Gigue in D-Dur für drei Violinen und Basso Continuo) es la obra más conocida en la actualidad del compositor de música barroca alemán Johann Pachelbel. Pachelbel escribió esta obra alrededor de 1680, siendo originalmente una obra de música de cámara para tres violines y bajo continuo; posteriormente se han realizado arreglos para una gran variedad de instrumentos y conjuntos. Originalmente, una giga en la misma tonalidad (re mayor) sigue al canon, pero esta última danza se ejecuta o graba con mucha menos frecuencia. El Canon es muy conocido por la progresión armónica de los instrumentos de cuerda, que lo han convertido en una de las piezas mas reutilizadas en la música popular contemporánea. El Canon suele incluirse en compilaciones musicales con otras piezas de la época barroca junto con el Adagio de Tomaso Albinoni y el Aria de Johann Sebastian Bach; también se utiliza frecuentemente en las celebraciones de bodas.
Sonata A-Dur - Mozart
Sonata A-Dur - Mozart Sonata A-Dur artista: Mozart album: Crossroads - Where Classics Meet Jazz durata: 3:35 casa discografica: CRZ Leopold Mozart (Augusta, 14 novembre 1719 Salisburgo, 28 maggio 1787) è stato un compositore e violinista austriaco, padre di Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart e di Maria Anna Mozart. Pare che fosse destinato alla carriera ecclesiastica, ma alla morte del padre abbandonò questa strada e nel 1737 si iscrisse all'Università di Salisburgo. Qui i suoi studi ebbero un inizio promettente: al termine del primo anno superò un difficile esame e venne elogiato per il suo buon lavoro. Ma forse l'abbandono della vita ecclesiastica e l'allontanamento da Augusta non erano abbastanza per soddisfare lo spirito ribelle di Leopold. Il suo successo accademico declinò e, nel 1739, venne espulso dall'Università. Determinato a fare a modo suo, Leopold entrò al servizio del conte Johann di Thurn-Valsassina und Taxis, un canonico della cattedrale, e gli fu dato il titolo di Kammerdiener ovvero valetto di camera. Ma il suo incarico era quello di musicista ed evidentemente lo svolse bene, visto che dopo pochi anni venne ammesso a far parte dell'orchestra del Principe arcivescovo. Questa nuova occupazione gli assicurò un reddito regolare. Entra come violinista presso l'orchestra di corte di Salisburgo nel 1743. Compone vari pezzi orchestrali e divertimenti quali "Le nozze di campagna", "Serenata in re maggiore per tromba e trombone" e "Il viaggio musicale in slitta". La cosiddetta "Sinfonia dei ...
Bach's Prelude from Suite No. 1 in G Major for Unaccompanied Cello
Bach's Prelude from Suite No. 1 in G Major for Unaccompanied Cello Chris Luizzi performs Prelude from Suite No. 1 in G Major by J.S. Bach.
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