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Ashish Xiangyi Kumar. This keyboard concerto is a transcription of the 4th Brandenburg Concerto for two recorders and violin, with the keyboard taking over the part of the violin (with some added continuo).

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If anyone ever entertained the silly notion that Bach was some fusty fugal specialist, this should disabuse them of that thought. This piece is a complete joy to listen to. The orchestration is nothing short of brilliant, with the three instrumental families deployed giving the entire work a huge range of colour. The writing for the keyboard is extraordinarily varied (see the fughetta-like texture of the entire last movement), and features some stunning virtuoso passages and strikingly dramatic moments (see 3:00, 5:14 - 5:21, 10:33, 12:09, the startling textures at 12:46 - 13:06, the dramatic coda of the 3rd movement) I quite honestly don't recall any other piece where scalar keyboard passages are poised in such perfect balance with other instruments. Medtnaculus. Madlovba3. Thenameisgsarci. I KNOW, THE "LATE APRIL FOOLS DAY TRIBUTE" WAS SUPPOSED TO BE ONLY YESTERDAY, I BUT I DECIDED TO EXTEND IT UNTIL TODAY, APRIL 7, 2015, PHILIPPINE STANDARD TIME.

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SO HERE YOU GO -- THE "EXTENDED LATE APRIL FOOLS DAY TRIBUTE. " ENJOY. :D -- gsarci2011 Pantomime: Pierrot qui n'a rien d'un Clitandre, art song for voice and piano, L. 31, by French composer Claude Debussy (1862-1918). (year composed 1882) Like the composer’s earlier Banville setting, there is a humorous quality to music in its angular rhythms and melodic lines. The lyrics are from the poem "Pantomime" (1869?) English translation of the lyrics: Pierrot, who’s no Clitandre (Molière knew)Empties a bottle with no more ado,And, practical as ever, starts a pâté. Cassander, at the end of the avenue,Sheds there an unnoticed tear or twoFor his nephew, disinherited today. That scoundrel Harlequin has seenTo the kidnapping of ColumbineAnd pirouettes four times. Ah! Romantic and Modern Music Channel. The russian pianist Boris Berezovsky performs this prelude op. 23 no. 5 in G minor by Sergueï Rachmaninov.Sergei Rachmaninoff completed his Prelude in G minor, Op. 23, No. 5 in 1901.

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It was included in his Opus 23 set of ten preludes despite having been written two years earlier than the other nine. It epitomizes Rachmaninoff's Russian nationalism, rich in full chords an evocative theme. Rachmaninoff himself premiered the piece in Moscow on February 10, 1903, along with Preludes No. 1 and 2 from Op. 23.The Prelude's taut structure is in ternary form, consisting of an opening "A" section with punctuated sixteenth-note chords (marked Alla marcia), a more lyrical and melancholy "B" section with sweeping arpeggios in the left hand (marked Poco meno mosso), a transition into the original tempo, and a recapitulation of the initial march.The Alla marcia section is in itself in ternary ABA form.

Unstable Music. Cyprien Katsaris LIVE - Schumann, Fantasie op. 17. Allarmunumralla. Paco M. Suite Iberia, de Isaac Albéniz (score): Cuaderno 11.

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Evocación (00:00) 2. El Puerto (06:04) 3. Corpus Christi en Sevilla (10:14) Cuaderno 24. Cuaderno 37. Cuaderno 410. Alicia de Larrocha, piano Completo la labor que he hecho con la Iberia subiéndola entera con la partitura para que no se pierda ni un minuto de la gran obra maestra que es. La suite Iberia es una suite para piano solo compuesta entre 1906 y 1909 por Isaac Albéniz (1860 - 1909) y es sin duda la obra más importante del autor.

El Cuaderno I de la Suite Iberia fue compuesto en 1906 y presentado en 1907, tocado por primera vez por Blanche Selva. Evocación es la única obra de toda la suite que no se refiere a algún lugar concreto de la geografía española. El Puerto es la obra más corta de la suite; tiene el ritmo del baile del zapateado. Allegrify. Toxiconegro's channel. Bartje Bartmans. Steven960929. Neright46YutaN. Jenny97LvB. NewFFL10's channel. Mozart - Requiem - Confutatis - Herreweghe. SheetMusicVideo. Nigra sum sed formosa - Giovanni da Palestrina from Canticum Canticorum.

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CC - Closed Caption Subtitles in English and Latin - click CC in the video window to view. Uploaded in HD. Sotto Voce. Morphthing1. Stephan Beneking. This Suite for solo piano is an unique remembrance project, which has grown out of a collaboration between Stephan Beneking, composer based in Berlin, and pianist Hal Freedman from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA.

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(www.youtube.com/user/hmfreedman/) The innocence and beauty of pure piano classical music poses a stark contrast to the horrors of the Third Reich and the Holocaust. Vivaldi - Nisi dominus - Cum dederit - Sara Mingardo. Ola Gjeilo - O magnum mysterium (Serenity) - Phoenix Chorale. Barber - Agnus dei (with sheet music) Albinoni - Adagio (with sheet music)

Octavestorm. Albert's Jazz transcriptions of famous musicians. Katsaris plays Schumann - audio recordings with score. Katsaris plays Liszt - audio recordings with score. Cyprien Katsaris LIVE - Chopin, Prelude in E minor, op. 28 no. 4. Katsaris plays Schubert - audio recordings with score. Katsaris plays Bach - audio recordings with score. Eta Carinae. Sheet Music. Youtube. Musicanth. Symphony No. 1 in D minor, "The Gothic" (1919-1927) According to the Guinness Book of World Records, the Gothic Symphony is the largest symphony ever written - larger even than Mahler's Eighth (Symphony of a Thousand).

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It is the first symphony by British composer William "Havergal" Brian (1876-1972), a contemporary of Granville Bantock, Ralph Vaughan Williams and William Walton. Over the course of his long life, Brian composed 32 symphonies - 8 of them while he was in his nineties. For most of his life, Brian's music was neglected and fell into obscurity, apart from two fruitful periods when he received wide recognized: before the First World War, when Thomas Beecham championed Brian's music, and for a short time in the 1960's when his many symphonies were rediscovered. Unfortunately, I'm afraid that much of his oeuvre has slipped back into obscurity since then. Cantseetheforest. String Quartet. Chesnokov Op. 40-5 "Do not cast me off" (Concerto for bass profondo and choir) Barber - Summer Music for Wind Quintet (Part 1) Chopin Nocturne Op.9 No.2 (Arthur Rubinstein) Chopin Grand Polonaise Brillante Op.22 (Arthur Rubinstein)

Chopin - Polonaise, Op. 53 (Kissin) Chopin - Waltz Op. 64 No. 2 (Rubinstein) Chopin - Fantaisie Impromptu, Op. 66 (Rubinstein) Chopin - Funeral March (Scrolling) Alex G. Brahms. Ein deutsches Requiem opus 45. ThePochaccos. Kreutzer, Rudolphe 13th violin concerto. Reinecke, Carl violin concerto opus 141. Kalkbrenner, Friedrich piano concerto No. 1 in d minor op. 61.

Astor Piazzolla - La Muerte del Angel (Audio + Sheet Music) [Piano Solo] Astor Piazzolla - Milonga del Angel (Audio + Sheet Music) [Piano Solo] Astor Piazzolla - Le Grand Tango for Cello and Piano. Sergei Prokofiev - Overture to Hebrew Themes, Op. 34 (1919)