Vol  01

1. What Kind of Fool Am I? [Take 1]
2. Medley: My Favorite Things/Easy to Love/Baubles, Bangles, & Beads
3. When I Fall in Love
4. Medley: Spartacus Love Theme/Nardis
5. Everything Happens to Me
6. April in Paris

Bill Evans – Piano

Vol 02

1. All the Things You Are
2. Santa Claus Is Coming to Town
3. I Loves You Porgy
4. What Kind of Fool Am I? [Take 2]
5. Love is Here to Stay
6. Ornithology
7. Medley: Autumn in New York/How About You?

Bill Evans – Piano

I know most of you fans of Bill Evans must’ve heard this interview.
Themes on this Video:
Waltz for Debby (Bill)
All of You (Bill)
All of You (Bill-Marian)

In Your Own Sweet Way (Bill-Marian)

Gustavo del Pino

Aventi Music


From Piano Sonata Op.35 No.2 played by Arturo Benedetti Michelangeli

Grammy Awards 2015

February 9, 2015

Tony Bennett, Lady Gaga – Cheek To Cheek

Imagine Dragons – Shots


ND College of Arts and Letters

Paul Appleby is a professional opera singer based in New York City. He graduated from the University of Notre Dame in 2005, majoring in English and in music. In this video, he describes how his expectations didn’t match the reality of becoming a singer.

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September 14, 2014


Antonio Carlos Jobim – Insensatez piano
Arranged by Mercuzio


In this clip from http://www.artistshousemusic.org – Producer, arranger and songwriter Glen Ballard introduces himself and discusses his career, the fine art of collaboration, and various aspects of the songwriting and production process.


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Suzanne P is a Composer doing a PhD at the University of Edinburgh. Despite being told by a teacher at school that she would never make it, she says “I am a musician, there was never anything else”.Highlights at http://icould.com/videos/suzanne-p-2/…

Classical Chops

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Classical Chops interviews famous composer Nico Muhly who gives great advice to young composers starting out

Classical Chops

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Classical Chops interviews TV composer Danny Lux who gives advice for young composers.




Martha Argerich playing Piano Concerto by Maurice Ravel live from Torino
Andrej Boreyko, conductor
Orchestra Sinfonica Nazionale della Rai


Daniel Barenboim live from Berlin, 2006
Sonata No. 8 in C minor Op. 13 “Pathetique” 2nd movement
From concert No. 3


Daniel Barenboim live from Berlin, 2006
Sonata No. 8 in C minor Op. 13 “Pathetique” 2nd movement
From concert No. 3

The Masterclass Media Foundation

Joanna MacGregor’s masterclass on Olivier Messiaen’s Vingt Regards sur L’Enfant Jésus, filmed at the Royal Academy of Music. In this clip, MacGregor stresses the importance of pacing oneself in No.3 L’échange (The Exchange), so that there is adequate room to develop the crescendo and atmosphere. The full 143-minute class is available to buy at our download store – http://bit.ly/UfjwJy &
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I had the good fortune to see Mary Lou Williams twice, once in a solo concert up in the Berkeley area, and once at the Hollywood Bowl as a part of the Giants of Jazz package. She had replaced Monk in a group that included Dizzy, Sonny Still and J.J. Johnson, and did not disappoint! In both instances, solo and with a combo, Mary Lou impressed me an an artist who had developed an approach to her music early in life, but who had never ceased to grow and develop. She wrote this variation on the blues, “Little Joe From Chicago,” in the latter part of the 1930s. Here, in the 1970s, Mary Lou reinvents the tune in this concert performance.