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Beethoven Sonata Op57 Appassionata - Rudolf Serkin - 1° Part
Beethoven Sonata Op57 Appassionata - Rudolf Serkin - 1° Part Beethoven Sonata in F minor, Op.57 "Appassionata" 1° PART Piano: Rudolf Serkin --- 1° PART www.youtube.com 2° PART (part1) www.youtube.com 2° PART (part2) www.youtube.com --- Listen to radio stations from your browser www.toolbar-radio.com World version --- Digital Remastering of 78 RPM Records Only Classical Music Public Domain PromoClassical Copyright reserved
Andres Segovia - L'Hereu Riera - Trad. arr. Llobet
Andres Segovia - L'Hereu Riera - Trad. arr. Llobet Andres Segovia - L'Hereu Riera - Trad. arr. Miguel Llobet
Bruno Giuffredi Fugue BWV 1000 JSBach Guitar 2008-04-22
Bruno Giuffredi Fugue BWV 1000 JSBach Guitar 2008-04-22 The Italian outstanding guitarist Bruno Giuffredi plays live Fugue BWV 1000 by JS Bach on his classical guitar made by Pietro Gallinotti. The performance was recorded in Arcore (Milan, Italy), during a concert in date 2008-04-22.
Dave Celentano - Flight of the Bumblebee
Dave Celentano - Flight of the Bumblebee This is a video demo of Dave Celentano, performing Flight of the Bumble Bee. Dave Celentano is one of the industries hottest and most sought-after guitar instructors and has been teaching for over 20 years. Dave is proficient in many styles of music including rock, blues, heavy metal, jazz and classical, and specializes in multi-finger tapping, sweep picking, music theory, and reading music. Having published over 30 books, videos, DVDs, and albums, Dave has a prolific creative output unseen by most of todays published guitarists. Some of Dave's credits are: - Musician Institute graduate (GIT), 1986 - Commissioned by Star Licks Video Company to write and perform in 7 instructional videos including "Randy Rhoads Style", " Eric Clapton Style" and "Guitar Tricks" -Guitar World (Jan. 04) listed Dave's Best of the Allman Brothers Signature Licks instructional DVD as one of the top seventy five essential guitar DVDs. Gear: Dave uses Gibson Les Pauls, Ibanez Jem, Fender Strat, WRC (Wayne Richard Charvel), GHS strings, Rocktron Black Cat Moan wah-wah, Roland amps, Fender amps, Ibanez Tube Screamer, MXR Phase 90, Uni-Vibe, and Jim Dunlop Jazz III picks Check out more of Dave Celentano at www.myspace.com/DaveCelentano or at www.DaveCelentano.com.
Exercise #23
Exercise #23 Practice exercise from a collection of Spanish arpeggio studies titled Metodo de Guitarra, compiled by Daniel Fortea.
Händel - The Messiah - 04 [High Quality Sound] [Lyrics]
Händel - The Messiah - 04 [High Quality Sound] [Lyrics] Conductor: Cristopher Hogwood Soprano 1: Judith Nelson Soprano 2: Emma Kirkby Contralto: Carolyn Watkinson Tenor: Paul Elliott Bass: David Thomas Organist and Master of the chorists: Simon Preston The Choir Of Westminster Abbey The Academy of Ancient Music Directed for video and television by Roy Tipping © 1982 BBC Television and NVC ARTS, a Warner Music Group Company. DVD avaiable at www.kultur.com ---------------------------------------- -- In Handel's day this best-loved of all oratorios was performed by fewer than forty instrumentalists and a chorus, less than thrirty strong, of boy trebles and men. That is the tradition to wich Cristopher Hogwood has returned in his performances with the Academy of Ancient Music. Members of the Academy all play instruments of the period or accurate modern copies. In this recording the choruses are sung by boy trebles and male altos, tenors and basses, members of the Choir of the Westminster Abbey. The soloists improve embellishments in the arias and, in certain cases, join in the singing of the choruses, just as they would have done 240 years ago. The recording takes full advantage not only of Westminter Abbey's fine acoustic qualities, but also of the incomparable architetural splendor of the surroundings.
Andrea Dieci (guitar) plays Capricho Catalan by Albeniz
Andrea Dieci (guitar) plays Capricho Catalan by Albeniz The Italian classical guitarist Andrea Dieci plays Capricho Catalan op 165 n 5 by Isaac Albeniz (trascription by Andrea Dieci)
Chopin - Polonaise Militaire, Opus 40, No. 1 VICTOR GOLDBERG Piano
Chopin - Polonaise Militaire, Opus 40, No. 1 VICTOR GOLDBERG Piano Like Victor Goldberg's Facebook page: www.facebook.com/VictorGoldbergPianist More recordings and Join the Mailing List: www.reverbnation.com/VictorGoldberg Learn about and support Victor Goldberg's charitable causes: www.KeyViveArts.org Book Victor Goldberg for concerts and masterclasses with NED Classical Enterprises: president@NEDClassical.com Personal inquiries: victor@victorgoldberg.com Jerusalem Center on Mount Scopus Anthon Rubinstein saw in this Polonaise a picture of the greatness of Poland. Otto Neitzel defined it "a solemn procession of heroes" Koczalsky imagines "a legion of victorius heroes returning to their fatherland, full of noble chivalrous pride" and "the blare of trumpets saluting their glorious leader" Cortot: "the glorious evocation of native land"
Vladimir Feltsman, fortepiano
Vladimir Feltsman, fortepiano In a 2006 performance at the Mannes College of Music (NYC), pianist Vladimir Feltsman plays Mozart's Fantasy in c minor, K 475 on his own fortepiano. Modeled after an Anton Walter instrument from Mozart's time, Mr. Feltsman commissioned builder Paul McNulty to construct the fortepiano as a replica of Mozart's own. On September 17th, 2009, Mr. Feltsman will once again play on his own fortepiano when he performs Mozart's Piano Concert No. 27 with the AMERICAN CLASSICAL ORCHESTRA. He'll open the ACO's season at the new Alice Tully Hall; the concert begins at 8:00 pm, and includes a pre-concert lecture by Director Thomas Crawford at 7:00 pm. For more info and tickets visit: www.aconyc.org
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