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Mark O’Connor·214 videos

Americana Symphony “Variations on Appalachia Waltz”

In 2009, Mark O’Connor made history by being the first violin player or fiddle player in several decades to compose a “symphony.” O’Connor’s Americana Symphony was premiered at the Cabrillo Music Festival, a contemporary music festival in Santa Cruz to a rousing standing ovation! The Americana Symphony quickly was selected by the venerable Baltimore Symphony and conductor Marin Alsop for recording. The music can be purchased at the Mark O’Connor Digital Music Store at http://www.markoconnor.com

A Journey Through the Soul of America. Mark O’Connor talks about he created his Symphony. “Americana Symphony” may well be regarded one day as one of this country’s great gifts to the classical music canon, as well as being a pivotal moment in the rise of the new American classical music” -David McGee (Spin, Rolling Stone, Barnesandnoble.com, BluegrassSpecial.com) “a monumental work…inevitably will be compared to Copland” -Associated Press “as unrepentantly tonal, accessibly melodic and sonically spacious as a great Elmer Bernstein film score” -Los Angeles Times “This is one of the most enjoyable contemporary orchestral CD’s heard in quite some time.” -ConcertoNet.com – The Classical Music Network “Mark O’Connor provides his answer to a question that has intrigued U. S. composers since the debut of Dvorak’s New World Symphony in 1892: “How do you write the great American Symphony?” -David Wallace- Juilliard School

The symphony is scored for large symphony orchestra: 3333/4331/Timp/Perc(3)Pno/Harp+Strings. The music is available to perform, rental copies as well as PDFs are available by going to http://www.markoconnorcom (sheet music page), Projects page for a free orchestral downloadable score, or write to us about rentals on the contact page.

On O’Connor’s ‘Appalachia Waltz’
“What Bach did was, he took all these dances from all the known world around him and put them in suite form. Old dances, new dances, courtly dances, peasant dances. And what Mark did was, he took this piece that is somewhat based on the Norwegian fiddling style, with the drone and that, wrote it in Santa Fe, and called it `Appalachia Waltz.’ It’s just so moving. It’s traditional. It is new. It comes from many different places, but it’s authentic. So after a long Bach evening, rather than play more Bach, this is the perfect thing.” -Yo-Yo Ma

acadofancientmusic·34 videos

 

London Symphony Orchestra ·155 videos

The LSO’s commitment to composers living and working today is personified by the Panufnik Young Composers Scheme. Its founders and participants, past and present, explain its importance.

Find out more about the scheme at http://lso.co.uk/composers

Abner Coutinho·12 videos

Violin: Itzhak Perlman, Viola: Pincha Zukerman, Zubin Mehta, Israel Philharmonic.

Dinu Lipatti·405 videos

Read in depth information about each movement on this YouTube link. Please click on the More link.

ddoirot·38 videos

 

The Daily Beethoven·419 videos

Performed by the Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen with Paavo Järvi
Analysed with the assistance of Robert Greenberg’s Teaching Company Wordscore guide
For transcription of analysis see:
http://lvbandmore.blogspot.com/2010/1…

Note: at this time the annotations will not appear on mobile devices, so if possible please watch from a computer.

For more videos of this type see:
Color-Coded Analysis of Beethoven’s Music (INDEX):
http://lvbandmore.blogspot.com/p/colo…

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MartialVidz·14 videos

Beethoven: Symphony No 3 in E flat major, ‘Eroica’ – BBC Proms 2012
Daniel Barenboim conducts Beethoven’s 3rd symphony (Third Symphony, Eroica) with the West-Eastern Divan Orchestra.
BBC Presenter : Katie Derham

JureGorucan·40 videos

Skip to any movement: (1) 0:00 – (2) 13:51 – (3) 27:00 – (4) 32:45
Gustav Mahler Jugendorchester, Franz Welser-Möst, Vienna Musikverein (19.9.2009) — More info here below —
0:00 – 1. Andante – Allegro con anima (E minor)
13:51 – 2. Andante cantabile, con alcuna licenza – Moderato con anima – Andante mosso – Allegro non troppo (D major)
27:00 – 3. Valse: Allegro moderato (A major)
32:45 – 4. Finale: Andante maestoso — Allegro vivace — Molto vivace — Moderato assai e molto maestoso – Presto (E major, E minor, E major)

The Symphony No. 5 in E minor, Op. 64 by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky was composed between May and August 1888 and was first performed in St Petersburg at the Hall of Nobility on November 6 of that year with Tchaikovsky conducting.
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Copland Symphony #3, Molto Deliberato-Allegro Risoluto, NYPO/Bernstein

JhnL33·10 videos

The final movement from my favorite symphony ever by Aaron Copland performed by the New York Philharmonic under the baton of Leonard Bernstein.

Copland was a genius at capturing the spirit of proud American sound and Bernstein was a genius at interpreting and delivering Copland’s music. The overall tone of the work is one of heroism and dignity, and it leaves an appropriately stirring impression.

Copland used his Fanfare for the Common Man in the beginning of his fourth movement.

I tried to put together some imagery that comes to my mind when I listen to this amazing piece. Enjoy!!!  –   JhnL33