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Ana Vidovic – Guitar

October 20, 2013


Giarola77·173 videos

1960 broadcast of Mahler Chapter on the famous TV series conduct By Bernstein.
It is at least funny for nowadays patterns to listen Bernstein talking about Mahler, as a composer not so famous like Beethoven or Ravel in 1960.

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Daniele Roccato, double bass; Marco Tezza, piano.
Live in Perugia (Italy) on January the 25th, at Auditorium “Morlacchi”

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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

Peter Bromberg·2 videos

This is the original studio video during which Gould recorded Bach’s Goldberg Variations in 1981 which was released on CD

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Soloist Janine Jansen plays her 1727 Stradivari “Barrere” violin, in this popular Vaughan Williams masterpiece. From the BBC Proms 2003.

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I still can’t quite believe how many hits this vid has gotten. thanks for your support. -gumbomasta 10-2010

No sheet music, no chord charts. This music is 100% made up on the spot. Using only our ears and our musical instincts, Kamel and I join forces and bring you original jams in the classical mode. Both of us had been doing improvised music in various forms (jazz, classical, electronic music, etc) for some time, and this video was clearly born from a particular time and place. Perhaps there will be a reunion someday…

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After his recent debut with the New York Philharmonic and recording his latest album for
Deutsche Grammophon, remarkable 17-year-old piano phenomenon Jan Lisiecki performed for an intimate crowd of about 300 people at the Rancho Mirage, CA Public Library.

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Ave Maria – A Capella

September 10, 2013

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Marion Anderson with Orchestral accomp. cond. by Lawrance Collingwood Softly Awakes My Heart, from Samson and Delilah (Saint-Saens), HMV ca 1935

NOTE: Marian (Marion) ANDERSON (b.1897 in Philadelphia d.1993 in Portland, Oregon) was an American contralto and one of the most celebrated singers of the twentieth century. Music critic Alan Blyth said “Her voice was a rich, vibrant contralto of intrinsic beauty.” Most of her singing career was spent performing in concert and recital in major music venues and with major orchestras throughout the United States and Europe between 1925-1965. Although she was offered contracts to perform roles with many important European opera companies, Anderson declined all of these, preferring to perform in concert and recital only. She did, however, perform opera arias within her concerts and recitals. She made many recordings that reflected her broad performance repertoire of everything from concert literature to lieder to opera to traditional American songs and spirituals. She was one of those who broke barriers for black artists in the United States.