Composers

Handel's Messiah - LIVE in cinemas from King's College, Cambridge
Handel's Messiah - LIVE in cinemas from King's College, Cambridge Handel's Messiah LIVE in cinemas from King's College, Chapel Sunday 5th April 2009 7.30pm (UK) 8.30pm (Euro) The Choir of King's College, Cambridge Academy of Ancient Music Ailish Tynan - soprano Alice Coote - mezzo soprano Allan Clayton - tenor Matthew Rose - bass Stephen Cleobury - conductor In celebration of University of Cambridge 800th Anniversary Handel 250th Anniversary Easter festival at Kings College, Cambridge for participating cinemas please visit www.artsalliancemedia.com/Opera
Queen of the Night (Der Holle Rache Kocht In Meinem Herzen) by Kendr
Queen of the Night (Der Holle Rache Kocht In Meinem Herzen) by Kendr Me singing Queen of the Night (Der Holle Rache kocht in meinem Herzen) from Mozart's The Magic Flute (Die Zauberflote). It's by no means perfect I know, but it was the best I could do and I thought I should put up some classical stuff too :). For those of you who asked, I purchased the music from Cantolopera, an AMAZING series that gives you the printed music plus full orchestral performances and accompaniments! I highly recommend it! In this song, the Queen of the Night puts a knife into the hand of her daughter Pamina and demands her to kill Sarastro and threatens to disown her if she doesn't. twitter.com TRANSLATION: Death and despair flame about me! If Sarastro does not through you feel The pain of death, Then you will be my daughter nevermore. Disowned may you be forever, Abandoned may you be forever, Destroyed be forever All the bonds of nature, If not through you Sarastro becomes pale! (as death) Hear, Gods of Revenge, Hear a mother's oath! Such a dark passionate song, I love it!
Vivaldi Guitar Concerto in D, Mov. 1, Harrisonburg, Virginia, classi
Vivaldi Guitar Concerto in D, Mov. 1, Harrisonburg, Virginia, classi Performed by Rafael Scarfullery, and other colleagues from Winchester, VA. Please, visit www.RafaelScarfullery.com
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart KV 175 - piano - klavier - classic - klassie
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart KV 175 - piano - klavier - classic - klassie A short piano opening of the klavierkonzert 175. ...The first piece of classical music that I've learned to play when I was 18 years old.
Canon in D Major Fingerstyle Classic Guitar Arrangement
Canon in D Major Fingerstyle Classic Guitar Arrangement this is a piece called Canon in Re Major (D major), composed by Johan Pachelbel and arranged to classic guitar masterfully by Jason Waldron. It's the best arrangement for Canon im familliar with so i chose to play this. I haven't practiced it enough to play it perfect but theres only few flays. I played it with a Capo on the second fret but note that its not nessecary, it's just sounds better with a capo in my opinion. About tabs, I learnt to play this from a Jason Waldron sheet music book called "popular classics vol 2", it also appears at "fingerpicking classics vol 2". as i mentioned its a sheet music and not tabs, and if you want to learn to play it you can buy one of Jason books i mentioned earlier from his site: www.jasonwaldron-guitarist.com.au or from a music books shop. you can also purchase it via Amazon, Barnes and Noble etc. I hope you've enjoyed !!!
Erik Satie Gnossienne 2 - Francesco Teopini - Classical Guitar
Erik Satie Gnossienne 2 - Francesco Teopini - Classical Guitar Me playing Erik Satie Gnossienne 2 originally written for piano... This very nice transcription was made by Jose de Azpiazu..... I hope you will like it!!! :-D
CLASSICAL GUITAR Tedesco Tarantella for Classical Guitar
CLASSICAL GUITAR Tedesco Tarantella for Classical Guitar Mario Castelnuovo Tedesco Tarantella. Played by Craig Lake on a Richard Howell spruce top guitar no. 188 made in 1989.
Mendelssohn - A Midsummer Night's Dream - Wedding March
Mendelssohn - A Midsummer Night's Dream - Wedding March Op. 61 Performed by: London Symphony Orchestra
Ludwig van Beethoven - Violin Concerto in D major I (1/2)
Ludwig van Beethoven - Violin Concerto in D major I (1/2) Violin Concerto in D major, Op. 61 (1806) I. Allegro ma non troppo II. Larghetto III. Rondò (Allegro) Josep Suk, violin Czech Philharmonic Orchestra Franz Konwitschny Beethoven wrote his Violin Concerto in D major, Op. 61 (1806), at the height of his so-called "second" period, one of the most fecund phases of his creativity. In the few years leading up to the violin concerto, Beethoven had produced such masterpieces as the Symphony No. 3, Op. 55 (1803), the Piano Concerto No. 4, Op. 58 (1805-1806), and two of his most important piano sonatas, No. 21 in C major, Op. 53 ("Waldstein," 1803-1804), and No. 23 in F minor, Op. 57 ("Appassionata," 1804-1805). The violin concerto represents a continuation -- indeed, one of the crowning achievements -- of Beethoven's exploration of the concerto, a form he would essay only once more, in the Piano Concerto No. 5 (1809). By the time of the violin concerto, Beethoven had employed the violin in concertante roles in a more limited context. Around the time of the first two symphonies, he produced two romances for violin and orchestra; a few years later, he used the violin as a member of the solo trio in the Triple Concerto (1803-1804). These works, despite their musical effectiveness, must still be regarded as studies and workings-out in relation to the violin concerto, which more clearly demonstrates Beethoven's mastery in marshalling the distinctive formal and dramatic forces of the concerto form. Characteristic of Beethoven's music ...
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