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Track list:
01. The Soundmaker
02. Diablo Rojo
03. Torito
04. Rodrigo Solo
05. Chac Mool
06. The Russian Messenger
07. Bombtrack (Rage Against the Machine cover)
08. Orion (Metallica cover)
09. Gabriela Solo
10. Fram
11. Stairway to Heaven (Led Zeppelin cover)
12. Plush (Stone Temple Pilots cover)
13. Breaking the Girl (Red Hot Chili Peppers cover)
14. Creep (Radiohead cover)
16. Hanuman
17. Tamacun

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2CELLOS Luka Sulic and Stjepan Hauser performing Where The Streets Have No Name by U2 at the EXIT Festival, July 2014

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Lypur·204 videos

Hey everyone! First video up for you guys in quite a while. I went to meet up with the amazingly talented YouTube pianist Sherry Kim while she was in Banff, Canada.

You should really check out her channel and subscribe if you’d like to be updated with her new videos!
http://www.youtube.com/user/Fantasiex3

We really didn’t have a plan or much time to make this video. We just got into the room knowing we wanted to record something, and came up with this sketch improv. Please excuse anything that sounds a bit rough!

I’m planning to be coming back on YouTube more regularly very soon! I missed you guys!

ThePianoGuys ·18 videos

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We want to thank Lights for All Occasions for donating the lanterns used in the night vigil scenes. Go check them out, they have some really sweet lights!!
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We are also very grateful for Thanksgiving Point — they were so kind and accommodating in letting have access to their beautiful center. If you haven’t been there, the Italian Gardens are only the beginning of what they offer there.
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Story behind music and video:

“When Aragorn was abroad, from afar Arwen watched over him in thought” –Lord of the Rings

After signing with Sony we were putting together our first official release. Just before the deadline we looked at the song list and all agreed the album needed to include a new original piece. But we had 48 hours. As we prayed for help Jon recalled a tune he had almost included in a solo album, but for reasons he couldn’t remember he had not finished it. It was just the compositional catalyst we needed…. read the rest of the song on our website here: http://thepianoguys.com/portfolio/arw…

Credits:
“Arwen’s Vigil” written by Jon Schmidt, Al van der Beek & Steven Sharp Nelson
Performed by
Jon Schmidt: Piano
Steven Sharp Nelson: cello; cello-percussion
Recorded, mixed and mastered by Al van der Beek at TPG Studios in Utah, U.S.A.
Produced & Filmed by Paul Anderson & Shaye Scott
Edited by Shaye Scott & Paul Anderson

Clocks In Motion·27 videos

Dave Alcorn and Sean Kleve perform Filippo Santoro’s Duplum (2012).

The idea for this work arose some time ago while I was studying Berio’s Sequenzas and the musical grammar of the works of Franco Donatoni. The word Duplum carries multiple connotations that extend beyond its primary meaning, i.e., adding one voice to another that already exists. Duplum is semantically connected to the Latin word duplicare (meaning “to duplicate”). Through this connection, it also conveys the idea of something in nature that grows, proliferates, and changes into something else but maintains structural relation with its origin. Duplum is conceived in sections which I refer to as panels. In each panel there is a reiteration of “figure” (figures) that are characterized by sound, rhythmic articulation and gesture, and that are passed from one instrument to another, eventually evolving into other figure. The way in which panels follow each other with relations of either similarity or opposition generates the form of this work and is analogous to modularity in painting, which is sometimes described as the integration of partially independent and interacting units. – Filippo Santoro

fondamentateam·22 videos

Brahms Sonata for two pianos Op. 34b 1st movement Gaveau Hall, Paris. Fondamenta Opening Concert. Frédéric D’Oria-Nicolas and Alexander Kobrin, two pianos recital. Brahms – Rachmaninov – Dukas. Director : Colin Laurent, Fondamenta.

mixaholic101·46 videos

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Ashley Smith·18 videos

Phantasiestücke (Ashley Smith – Clarinet, Aura Go – Piano, Robert Schumann – composer)

Bence Peter·43 videos

Blues Guitars

August 23, 2013

 

Kubmek·8 videos

Eric Clapton and B.B King performing The Thrill is gone at The White House, 23 October 1999
What a masterpiece.

JC9852·108 videos

Live From Daryl’s House 10/15/09 http://www.lfdh.com

Johannes Inhoffen·40 videos

Mariano Martin and Amir John Haddad played this “Alegrías” in may 2011, during a recording session for the website of Mundo Flamenco. Mariano plays a Francisco Barba Caviuna guitar with top of spruce and Amir plays a Manuel Reyes Cypress guitar with top of spruce from 1978

NOTE: Lots of improv, counter-melody, special effects and fun.

ThePianoGuys·42 videos

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Long ago in a galaxy far, far away…

We bring you CELLO WARS! A result of 6 months of production…our most ambitious undertaking by far! Why Star Wars Cello? Because of our unending admiration of George Lucas, John Williams, and the most EPIC movies and film score ever created. The idea originated when Tel Stewart was editing THE CELLO SONG here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ry4Bzo…. As a joke he decided to add light sabers to Steven Sharp Nelson’s bow during the outtakes. Fans cried out for more. Al van der Beek and Steven Sharp Nelson storyboarded the song and the video concept while they were scouting locations for MOONLIGHT http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DRVvFY…. But it was Steven Sharp Nelson’s son Eli (6) that was the true inspiration for the project — his enthusiasm for Star Wars, light sabers, and watching his daddy wield one while playing cello fueled the project continually.