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Shimmering Silver is the premiere Flute Quartet at Ohio University in Athens, Ohio. Representing some of the finest talents of the flute studio, these student-professionals are directed, managed, and instructed by professor of flute Alison Brown Sincoff. Shimmering Silver is a multi-faceted organization, engaging in active community service, serving as a hirable agency available to perform for special occasions, and as an educational and competitive ensemble committed to excellence in performance. This group is comprised of first year graduate student N. Kyle Symons, seniors Elizabeth Klein and Christina Wince, and junior Katelyn Kaiser, all of whom are studying flute performance.

For more information, please visit our website at: http://www.shimmeringsilverflutequart…


Ludwig van Beethoven’s String Quartet No. 16 in F major, with by an animated graphical score.

Q: Who is performing?
A: The Alexander String Quartet. You can learn more about them here:

Q: What are the start times of the movements?
A: Here:
1 0:00
2 6:50
3 10:10
4 17:40

Q: Where can I get the rest of this recording?
A: Here:…

Q: The third movement is so beautiful; can I play it on the piano?
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Live at the 2008 San Javier Jazz Festival, Murcia, Spain

Hiromi Uehara (piano, keys)
David Fiuczynski (guitar)
Tony Grey (bass)
Jordan Perlson (drums)

ecmotherwell·4 videos

In a preview for an upcoming full-length documentary, the Juilliard String Quartet performs selections from Beethoven’s Quartet in B Flat Major, Op. 130, with the Grosse Fuge.
Joseph Lin, the new first violinist of the ensemble, and Samuel Rhodes also speak about studying and performing the great work.

NOTE:  This, to me , is a very exciting performance!  The Passion, Unity, Clarity and pure Emotional Drive propels you into a Musical Soul Experience.  Composers, please take note of Brahms’ development techniques.  The internal connection of music ideas creates a beautiful flow –  the sensation of One-ness from beginning to end of each movement.  I Hope you enjoy this performance!

Peter Limonov·3 videos

Gagliano Ensemble, St Peter’s Church, London, Belsize Park, 7th July 2012

Am4d3usM0z4rt·150 videos

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s Piano Quartet No. 1 in G minor, K. 478, is considered the first major piece composed for piano quartet in the chamber music repertoire. Mozart received a commission for three quartets in 1785 from the publisher Franz Anton Hoffmeister. Hoffmeister thought this quartet was too difficult and that the public would not buy it, so he released Mozart from the obligation of completing the set. (Nine months later, Mozart composed a second quartet in E-flat major, the K. 493, anyway). Hofmeister’s fear that the work was too difficult for amateurs was borne out by an article in the Journal des Luxus und der Moden published in Weimar in June 1788. The article highly praised Mozart and his work, but expressed dismay over attempts by amateurs to perform it:
“[as performed by amateurs] it could not please: everybody yawned with boredom over the incomprehensible tintamarre of 4 instruments which did not keep together for four bars on end, and whose senseless concentus never allowed any unity of feeling; but it had to please, it had to be praised! … what a difference when this much-advertised work of art is performed with the highest degree of accuracy by four skilled musicians who have studied it carefully.” The assessment accords with a view widely held of Mozart in his own lifetime, that of a greatly talented composer who wrote very difficult music. At the time the piece was written, the harpsichord was still widely used. Although the piece was originally published with the title “Quatuor pour le Clavecin ou Forte Piano, Violon, Tallie [sic] et Basse,” stylistic evidence suggests Mozart intended the piano part for “the ‘Viennese’ fortepiano of the period” and that our modern piano is “a perfectly acceptable alternative.” The work is in three movements:
I. Allegro, in G minor
II. Andante, in B-flat major
III. Rondo (Allegro), in G major
The C. F. Peters Edition set of parts has rehearsal letters throughout the whole work; the Eulenburg Edition study score has measure numbers but no rehearsal letters, the same goes for Bärenreiter.
The quartet is also available in an arrangement for string quintet.
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smalin·292 videos

The first movement of Johannes Brahms’ Piano Quartet in C minor, opus 60, accompanied by an animated score.
Q: Who is performing?
A: This recording is by the Charmillon Piano Quartet; its members are Etienne Abelin, violin, Michael Schwendimann, viola, Matthias Kuhn, violoncello, and Eva-Maria Zimmermann, piano.

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MusicaFabrizio·30 videos

Johannes Brahms (1833-1897)

String Quartet op. 51 n. 2 in A minor (1873)…)…

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Quartetto Italiano:
Paolo Borciani (Reggio Emilia, 21 dicembre 1922 – 5 luglio 1985): Violino I
Elisa Pegreffi (Genova, 10 giugno 1922): Violino II
Piero Farulli (Firenze, 13 gennaio 1920 – Fiesole, 2 settembre 2012): Viola
Franco Rossi (Venezia, 31 marzo 1921 – Firenze, 28 novembre 2006): Violoncello

onemediamusic·521 videos

Basskz·19 videos

Jerusalem Quartet
Alexander Pavlovsky – 1st violin
Sergei Bresler – 2nd violin
Amichai Grosz – viola
Kyril Zlotnikov – cello

Johannes Brahms (1833-1897)
String Quartet a-minor, Op.51/2

Schubertiade Hohenems 2009
31. Mai 2009

szilszabee·5 videos

Barber: Summer Music
This video is dedicated to our beloved Főnökasszony:)

Played by: Ensemble Wien-Berlin

Wolfgang Schulz – flute,
Hansjörg Schellenberger – oboe,
Karl Leister – clarinet,
Günter Högner – horn,
Milan Turkovic – basson

and here is the second part of it:

PhilOrchestra·101 videos

When a group from The Philadelphia Orchestra found itself delayed on the tarmac for three hours waiting for their flight from Beijing to Macao as part of the 2013 Residency & Fortieth Anniversary Tour of China, a quartet of musicians decided to provide a “pop up” performance for the passengers.

Juliette Kang, violin
Daniel Han, violin
Che-Hung Chen, viola
Yumi Kendall, cello

Lynne Arriale·32 videos

Lynne’s new CD/DVD “Nuance”, the Bennett Studio Sessions, featuring Lynne Arriale (piano), Randy Brecker (trumpet, flugelhorn), George Mraz (bass) and Anthony Pinciotti (drums). The CD includes the studio performances of the tunes, and the DVD includes live performance of the tunes; different versions than those on the CD. “Meet the Artists” interviews are included, with each artist and Lynne’s co-producer, Suzi Reynolds, discussing the creative process and the making of “Nuance”. For more information:

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AmerString Quartet·6 videos

American String Quartet, Beethoven op.131. Live at Tel Aviv Museum, January 2013

Masahide Kurita·26 videos

Masahide Kurita Flute Academy Summer Concert 2009/The Solid Silvers:1st&picc.Masahide Kurita/2nd.Akihiko Torinomi/3rd.Tomomi Matsuzaka/4th&alt Fl.Junko Kinami 19th/July/2009 Utsunomiya, Tochigi, Japan