El hombre y la tierra. - INSTRUMENTAL : Orquestal BSO del mítico programa de Félix Rodríguez de la Fuente compuesto por el maestro Antón García Abril. Tras buscar la partitura por Internet y no conseguir localizarla decidí intentar sacar de oído la pieza y realizar un tema con instrumentos virtuales. Debido a la mala calidad de las grabaciones de que se disponen en Internet, me las vi y me las deseé para sacar las notas de las melodías y mucho peor para conseguir saber las combinaciones de instrumentos de viento que sonaban en la canción original, así que le pedí ayuda a Mr.
Classical Notes - Classical Classics - Ravel's Daphnis et Chloe, by Peter Gutmann Let's not mince words: as Lawrence Kramer aptly declares, Maurice Ravel's Daphnis et Chloé culminates in "the most explicit representation of orgasm in all 'classical' music." Whether out of innocence or, more likely, discretion, other writers routinely underplay the matter, politely describing it as "rousing" (Lawrence Davies), "hectic" (Joseph Machlis), "a throbbing rhythm … joyful and tumultuous" (Arbie Orenstein), and "a gradual increase of activity that carries all before it" (Douglas Lee).
Simon Rattle conducts Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony in Madrid - Digital Concert Hall de la Orquesta Filarmónica de Berlín In the Digital Concert Hall, experiencing the Berliner Philharmoniker outside their home base – the Philharmonie – always has a special appeal, with recordings of tour concerts giving an impression of other major concert venues and their audiences. With our current recording, we introduce the visitors of the Digital Concert Hall to the Teatro Real in Madrid where the Berliner Philharmoniker and Sir Simon Rattle performed Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony on three evenings at the end of June. The orchestra was also granted a special honour: Queen Sophia of Spain attended one of the concerts and afterwards welcomed the musicians and their chief conductor. All the more appropriate that the work of the evening was Beethoven’s Ninth, whose final movement – in an arrangement by Herbert von Karajan – has been the official anthem of the European Union since 1985.
Music Ivor Tiefenbrun has always been passionate about music. Sent out by his wife to buy much-needed furniture for their first flat, he came back with a hi-fi. He bought an expensive turntable and speakers but was deeply disappointed by the sound quality — he could only listen to music for a couple of hours, before wanting to turn it off. Ivor was also a keen engineer and he made an interesting discovery: the music sounded better when he put the speakers in a different room from the turntable. La Clarinette - www.olivierfaure.com INFOS :MUS files open with FinaleINFOS :MIDI files open with Finale or Sibelius de Abreu, Zeqhuinha. Tico-Tico no Fubá (Tico-Tico in the Corn) .MUS file: Alexander, A., Grand Quatuor for clarinet, flute, violin and cello (ca. 1804) .MUS files: 1st movement, *** 2nd movement, *** 3rd movement, *** 4th movement MIDI files: 1st movement, *** 2nd movement, *** 3rd movement, *** 4th movement. Bartók, Belá , Two Hungarian Songs for Bb Clarinet and piano (NAD) Files must be read with Finale 2003 or later Thanks to Szita Csaba for these contributions. An Evening in the Village.MUS file*** MIDI file Sloval Peasant’s Dance.MUS file*** MIDI file
Music Ivor Tiefenbrun has always been passionate about music. Sent out by his wife to buy much-needed furniture for their first flat, he came back with a hi-fi. He bought an expensive turntable and speakers but was deeply disappointed by the sound quality — he could only listen to music for a couple of hours, before wanting to turn it off. Ivor was also a keen engineer and he made an interesting discovery: the music sounded better when he put the speakers in a different room from the turntable. He found this rather puzzling. How could the speakers interfere with the turntable?
Three Lullabies by Gershwin The lazy days of summer are here in the Northern Hemisphere. For many of us this is a time to rest and recharge, whether in the cool shade of a back yard hammock or the sun and sand of the beach. What music could be more appropriately relaxing and soothing than a lullaby, with its gentle rocking rhythm and simple repetitive melody? Lullaby Barely out of his teenage years, George Gershwin wrote Lullaby in 1919 as a harmony exercise for his composition teacher.
SoundScape Trio Tours Bolivia by SoundScape Trio SoundScape Trio has been invited to give a concert tour in Bolivia December 2012 - January 2013 in Cochambamba, Sucre, and Totora. The SoundScape Trio will tour Bolivia December 2012 - January 2013. The ensemble will perform in the cities of Cochabamba and Sucre, and the small colonial town of Totora.