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Schau dir "Lynyrd Skynyrd - Coming Home | Vkgoeswild piano cover" auf YouTube an https://youtu.be/lVdBPtWumnY

Some nice #piano #music cover
 

Brahms - Piano Quartet in C Minor, Op. 20: III. Rondo. Allegro


https://youtu.be/_ATU1N0UpPc
#classic music #piano
 
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▫Burleske▫


in D minor for piano & orchestra

🎼Richard Strauss🎼
🎹Glenn Gould🎹
🎻Toronto Symphony Orchestra🎻
Vladimir Golschmann
▫ conductor
From a CBC television broadcast on November 15th, 1967.

#TeamSintti #TuneForToday #musiikki #music #classical #klassinen #piano #GlennGould #TorontoSO #RichardStrauss #Strauss #Burleske 🎶
 
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▫Burleske▫


in D minor for piano & orchestra

🎼Richard Strauss🎼
🎹Glenn Gould🎹
🎻Toronto Symphony Orchestra🎻
Vladimir Golschmann
▫ conductor
From a CBC television broadcast on November 15th, 1967.

#TeamSintti #TuneForToday #musiikki #music #classical #klassinen #piano #GlennGould #TorontoSO #RichardStrauss #Strauss #Burleske 🎶
 
there is only one BIll Evans ♥ ♥ ♥



Sunday at the Village Vanguard is a 1961 album by jazz pianist and composer Bill Evans. The album is routinely ranked as one of the best live jazz recordings of all time.

Personnel: Bill Evans (p) Scott LaFaro (b) Paul Motian (dr)
Released: Early October 1961
Recorded: June 25, 1961
#BIllEvans #ScottLaFaro #PaulMotian #piano #jazz #music #1961
 

Composer: Ludwig Schuncke
Artists: Tatiana Larionova

Born the same year as Robert Schumann, 1810, Ludwig Schuncke died at the tender age of 24 from tuberculosis. Thus was cruelly abbreviated the life of a pianist and composer who, had he lived on, might well have attained more of the fame accorded to Schumann himself. The two men met at a Leipzig drinking establishment in December 1833 and quickly became firm friends. Up to that point Schunke had pursued the career of a prodigal musician, including studies in Paris with Anton Reicha, even a brief meeting with Chopin.

The influence of Chopin can be heard in the reflective introduction to Schunke’s Grand Sonata, which is the largest piece in this valuable collection of his piano music, which will captivate anyone with an ear or interest for the stirrings of the 19th-century Romantic tradition of piano music. Schuncke dedicated the Sonata to Schumann, who returned the compliment with his Toccata Op.7: some indication of the mutual respect between the two men but also Schuncke’s capability as a performer. The Sonata’s brief but stormy Scherzo leaps through torrents of passagework, and the following Andante owes more to the songful German tradition than Chopin’s brand of melancholy.

#LudwigSchunke #TatianaLarionova #classical #piano #music
 

The second instalment of the Complete Keyboard Sonatas contains the sonatas Op. 8, 10, 13 and 15.
Leopold Kozeluch (1747-1818) was born in Bohemia but spent his professional life in Vienna, where he became a famous musician and composer, for a time even eclipsing Mozart’s fame!
The sonatas in this second volume have 3 or 4 movements, of the same scope as Haydn’s sonatas. They are written in the Galante Style, with easy flowing melodies, featuring a highly developed keyboard virtuosity in the abundance of scales, arpeggios, runs in thirds and sixths, repeated notes and tremolos.
Jenny Soonjin Kim plays a fortepiano (Kozeluch preferred fortepianos to harpsichords). The first volume of the complete Kozeluch Sonatas (BC 94770) was praised by the press for its spontaneity, keen sense of the style and effortless and brilliant technique.

Composer: Leopold Kozeluch
Artist: Jenny Soonjin Kim (fortepiano)

Following the successful release of the first volume (BC94770) in 2015, Jenny Soonjin Kim continues her cycle of sonatas by Leopold Kozeluch, Czech contemporary of C.P.E. Bach and then Mozart. The sonatas (he wrote 49 in total) share qualities with the work of his teacher Dussek, and Burney’s contemporary assessment of Kozeluch’s music stands true today: easier on the ear than CPE, ‘Haydn or Mozart; it is natural, graceful and flowing, without imitating any great model, as almost all his contemporaries have done. His modulation is natural and pleasing… His rhythm is well phrased, his accents well placed, and harmony pure.’

Volume 2 contains the complete Opp. 8, 10 and 13 sets, ending with Op.15 No.1. All these sets were published by 1785. Seven years earlier Kozeluch had moved to Vienna, and made such a name for himself as a performer, teacher and composer that he could afford to decline an offer made in 1781 to succeed Mozart as court organist to the Archbishop of Salzburg. He composed music in all the major genres of the day but his sonatas rejoice in a particular enthusiasm for expanding the potential of the keyboard instrument as it evolved radically during his lifetime, from harpsichord through fortepiano towards pianoforte, gaining ever more volume, projection and sustaining lyrical qualities in the process.
#LeopoldKozeluch #classical #piano #music #JennySoonjinKim
 

The second instalment of the Complete Keyboard Sonatas contains the sonatas Op. 8, 10, 13 and 15.
Leopold Kozeluch (1747-1818) was born in Bohemia but spent his professional life in Vienna, where he became a famous musician and composer, for a time even eclipsing Mozart’s fame!
The sonatas in this second volume have 3 or 4 movements, of the same scope as Haydn’s sonatas. They are written in the Galante Style, with easy flowing melodies, featuring a highly developed keyboard virtuosity in the abundance of scales, arpeggios, runs in thirds and sixths, repeated notes and tremolos.
Jenny Soonjin Kim plays a fortepiano (Kozeluch preferred fortepianos to harpsichords). The first volume of the complete Kozeluch Sonatas (BC 94770) was praised by the press for its spontaneity, keen sense of the style and effortless and brilliant technique.

Composer: Leopold Kozeluch
Artist: Jenny Soonjin Kim (fortepiano)

Following the successful release of the first volume (BC94770) in 2015, Jenny Soonjin Kim continues her cycle of sonatas by Leopold Kozeluch, Czech contemporary of C.P.E. Bach and then Mozart. The sonatas (he wrote 49 in total) share qualities with the work of his teacher Dussek, and Burney’s contemporary assessment of Kozeluch’s music stands true today: easier on the ear than CPE, ‘Haydn or Mozart; it is natural, graceful and flowing, without imitating any great model, as almost all his contemporaries have done. His modulation is natural and pleasing… His rhythm is well phrased, his accents well placed, and harmony pure.’

Volume 2 contains the complete Opp. 8, 10 and 13 sets, ending with Op.15 No.1. All these sets were published by 1785. Seven years earlier Kozeluch had moved to Vienna, and made such a name for himself as a performer, teacher and composer that he could afford to decline an offer made in 1781 to succeed Mozart as court organist to the Archbishop of Salzburg. He composed music in all the major genres of the day but his sonatas rejoice in a particular enthusiasm for expanding the potential of the keyboard instrument as it evolved radically during his lifetime, from harpsichord through fortepiano towards pianoforte, gaining ever more volume, projection and sustaining lyrical qualities in the process.
#LeopoldKozeluch #classical #piano #music #JennySoonjinKim
 


The late, renowned Austrian pianist Friedrich Gulda performs 2 Mozart Piano Sonatas. His first interpretation is of # 9, K.311 in D major followed by # 12, K.332 in F major.
Gulda was most famous for his Mozart and Beethoven interpretations, although he also performed the music of J. S. Bach (often on clavichord), Schubert, Chopin, Schumann, Debussy and Ravel.

K.311 ~ Allegro con spirito
Andante con espressione
Rondeau (allegro)
K. 332 ~Allegro
Adagio
Allegro assai

I remember Friedrich Gulda well, as a classmate taught the son of Gulda in piano playing... Gulda later in his career played a lot of jazz... great jazz!

#WölfgangAmadeusMozart #FriedrichGulda #classical #piano #music
 

Composer: Ludwig Schuncke
Artists: Tatiana Larionova

Born the same year as Robert Schumann, 1810, Ludwig Schuncke died at the tender age of 24 from tuberculosis. Thus was cruelly abbreviated the life of a pianist and composer who, had he lived on, might well have attained more of the fame accorded to Schumann himself. The two men met at a Leipzig drinking establishment in December 1833 and quickly became firm friends. Up to that point Schunke had pursued the career of a prodigal musician, including studies in Paris with Anton Reicha, even a brief meeting with Chopin.

The influence of Chopin can be heard in the reflective introduction to Schunke’s Grand Sonata, which is the largest piece in this valuable collection of his piano music, which will captivate anyone with an ear or interest for the stirrings of the 19th-century Romantic tradition of piano music. Schuncke dedicated the Sonata to Schumann, who returned the compliment with his Toccata Op.7: some indication of the mutual respect between the two men but also Schuncke’s capability as a performer. The Sonata’s brief but stormy Scherzo leaps through torrents of passagework, and the following Andante owes more to the songful German tradition than Chopin’s brand of melancholy.

#LudwigSchunke #TatianaLarionova #classical #piano #music
 

Composer: Ludwig Schuncke
Artists: Tatiana Larionova

Born the same year as Robert Schumann, 1810, Ludwig Schuncke died at the tender age of 24 from tuberculosis. Thus was cruelly abbreviated the life of a pianist and composer who, had he lived on, might well have attained more of the fame accorded to Schumann himself. The two men met at a Leipzig drinking establishment in December 1833 and quickly became firm friends. Up to that point Schunke had pursued the career of a prodigal musician, including studies in Paris with Anton Reicha, even a brief meeting with Chopin.

The influence of Chopin can be heard in the reflective introduction to Schunke’s Grand Sonata, which is the largest piece in this valuable collection of his piano music, which will captivate anyone with an ear or interest for the stirrings of the 19th-century Romantic tradition of piano music. Schuncke dedicated the Sonata to Schumann, who returned the compliment with his Toccata Op.7: some indication of the mutual respect between the two men but also Schuncke’s capability as a performer. The Sonata’s brief but stormy Scherzo leaps through torrents of passagework, and the following Andante owes more to the songful German tradition than Chopin’s brand of melancholy.

#LudwigSchunke #TatianaLarionova #classical #piano #music
 
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▫Piano Concerto no 1 in E Flat Major▫


🎼Franz Liszt🎼
🎹Alexander Malofeev🎹
🎻Orchestra Sinfonica Nazionale della RAI di Torino🎻
Fabio Luisi
▫ conductor
A live concert performance from May 6th, 2021.

#TeamSintti #TuneForToday #musiikki #music #klassinen #classical #piano #concerto #FranzLiszt #Liszt #RAIsymphony #AlexanderMalofeev 🎶
 
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▫Piano Concerto no 1 in E Flat Major▫


🎼Franz Liszt🎼
🎹Alexander Malofeev🎹
🎻Orchestra Sinfonica Nazionale della RAI di Torino🎻
Fabio Luisi
▫ conductor
A live concert performance from May 6th, 2021.

#TeamSintti #TuneForToday #musiikki #music #klassinen #classical #piano #concerto #FranzLiszt #Liszt #RAIsymphony #AlexanderMalofeev 🎶
 

Composer: Isaac Albéniz
Artist: Sebastian Stanley (piano)

This album contains the Piano Sonata Nos. 3, 4, 5 and Suite Ancienne Nos. 1, 2 by Albéniz, presented by Piano Classics, a label of Brilliant Classics.

Isaac Albéniz’ most famous work is undoubtedly his suite Iberia, a landmark of Spanish culture and the perfect example of “Españolismo”, the fusing of folkloristic elements in romantic music. Albéniz wrote seven piano sonatas during the 1880s, but only Nos. 3, 4, and 5 survive as complete works. As with so much of his output they are now better known in the form of guitar transcriptions – at least for Nos. 3 and 5 – but the piano originals show the same fantastical imagination and romantic temperament as his masterpiece Iberia, while conforming to a more conventionally Classical form. Their craftsmanship in harmony, scoring, and voice-leading are beyond reproach, but it is the lyric sweep and often playful touches of harmony that secure their place on the fringes of the repertoire.
#IsaacAlbéniz #classical #piano #music
 

Composer: Isaac Albéniz
Artist: Sebastian Stanley (piano)

This album contains the Piano Sonata Nos. 3, 4, 5 and Suite Ancienne Nos. 1, 2 by Albéniz, presented by Piano Classics, a label of Brilliant Classics.

Isaac Albéniz’ most famous work is undoubtedly his suite Iberia, a landmark of Spanish culture and the perfect example of “Españolismo”, the fusing of folkloristic elements in romantic music. Albéniz wrote seven piano sonatas during the 1880s, but only Nos. 3, 4, and 5 survive as complete works. As with so much of his output they are now better known in the form of guitar transcriptions – at least for Nos. 3 and 5 – but the piano originals show the same fantastical imagination and romantic temperament as his masterpiece Iberia, while conforming to a more conventionally Classical form. Their craftsmanship in harmony, scoring, and voice-leading are beyond reproach, but it is the lyric sweep and often playful touches of harmony that secure their place on the fringes of the repertoire.
#IsaacAlbéniz #classical #piano #music
 

Composer: Isaac Albéniz
Artist: Sebastian Stanley (piano)

This album contains the Piano Sonata Nos. 3, 4, 5 and Suite Ancienne Nos. 1, 2 by Albéniz, presented by Piano Classics, a label of Brilliant Classics.

Isaac Albéniz’ most famous work is undoubtedly his suite Iberia, a landmark of Spanish culture and the perfect example of “Españolismo”, the fusing of folkloristic elements in romantic music. Albéniz wrote seven piano sonatas during the 1880s, but only Nos. 3, 4, and 5 survive as complete works. As with so much of his output they are now better known in the form of guitar transcriptions – at least for Nos. 3 and 5 – but the piano originals show the same fantastical imagination and romantic temperament as his masterpiece Iberia, while conforming to a more conventionally Classical form. Their craftsmanship in harmony, scoring, and voice-leading are beyond reproach, but it is the lyric sweep and often playful touches of harmony that secure their place on the fringes of the repertoire.
#IsaacAlbéniz #classical #piano #music
 


Mirjana Šuica - Piano
(source from this channel dedicated to serbian academic music , check them out - https://parg.co/bOoq​)
0:00​ - I
2:30​ - II
4:38​ - III
7:00​ - IV
8:38​ - V
10:21​ - VI
12:10​- VII

Vasilije Mokranjac (1923-1984) was a Serbian Composer. He was one of the most prominent Serbian composers in the second half of the 20th century. Although famed for his symphonies, he also wrote piano music, as well as music for radio, film and theatre. His father, the cellist Jovan Mokranjac, was a nephew of the composer Stevan Stojanović Mokranjac; his mother Jelena, of Czech origin, was also a cellist.
Mokranjac's early output is mostly neo-romantic, but embroidered with elements of stylised folklore: such a stylistic orientation was forced upon young composers after the end of World War Two, when the ideology of Socialist Realism, “imported” from the USSR, was prescribed by the cultural officials. Furthermore, Mokranjac's composition teacher Stanojlo Rajičić was a conservative, who insisted that his students should express themselves in traditional forms of absolute music (such as sonata-form). On the other hand, Mokranjac's mature works exhibit a synthesis of neo-expressionist and neo-impressionistic elements. Since the early 1970s Mokranjac has gradually transformed his style and achieved a synthesis of all compositional procedures that he had used in earlier decades with a new, refined, lyrical sound world, embroidered with elements of neo-impressionism and the New Simplicity.
In 1984, he jumped from the window of his New Belgrade flat, from the never determined reasons. Given his premature death, Mokranjac also had many unfinished works. He is survived by his wife Olga and daughter Alexandra. There is no copyright infringement intended. If you wish your recording to be removed, it can be done, please just leave me an email, which can be found at the channel's about section.

#VasilijeMokranjac #Serbia #classical #piano #music
 


Mirjana Šuica - Piano
(source from this channel dedicated to serbian academic music , check them out - https://parg.co/bOoq​)
0:00​ - I
2:30​ - II
4:38​ - III
7:00​ - IV
8:38​ - V
10:21​ - VI
12:10​- VII

Vasilije Mokranjac (1923-1984) was a Serbian Composer. He was one of the most prominent Serbian composers in the second half of the 20th century. Although famed for his symphonies, he also wrote piano music, as well as music for radio, film and theatre. His father, the cellist Jovan Mokranjac, was a nephew of the composer Stevan Stojanović Mokranjac; his mother Jelena, of Czech origin, was also a cellist.
Mokranjac's early output is mostly neo-romantic, but embroidered with elements of stylised folklore: such a stylistic orientation was forced upon young composers after the end of World War Two, when the ideology of Socialist Realism, “imported” from the USSR, was prescribed by the cultural officials. Furthermore, Mokranjac's composition teacher Stanojlo Rajičić was a conservative, who insisted that his students should express themselves in traditional forms of absolute music (such as sonata-form). On the other hand, Mokranjac's mature works exhibit a synthesis of neo-expressionist and neo-impressionistic elements. Since the early 1970s Mokranjac has gradually transformed his style and achieved a synthesis of all compositional procedures that he had used in earlier decades with a new, refined, lyrical sound world, embroidered with elements of neo-impressionism and the New Simplicity.
In 1984, he jumped from the window of his New Belgrade flat, from the never determined reasons. Given his premature death, Mokranjac also had many unfinished works. He is survived by his wife Olga and daughter Alexandra. There is no copyright infringement intended. If you wish your recording to be removed, it can be done, please just leave me an email, which can be found at the channel's about section.

#VasilijeMokranjac #Serbia #classical #piano #music
 

n°1 Andante con moto 0:00​
n°2 Allegro 3:05​
n°3 Andante 6:09​
n°4 Presto 8:49​
n°5 Quasi allegretto 12:44​
n°6 Presto - Andante amabile e con moto - Tempo I 14:18​

Artur Schnabel
Studio recording, London, 13.I.1937
The Six Bagatelles of Op 126 formed Beethoven’s last work for piano. When he offered it to the publishers Schott & Co. in November 1824, together with the Consecration of the House Overture Op 124, he described the pieces as ‘6 Bagatelles or Trifles for solo piano, some of which are rather more developed and probably the best pieces of this kind I have written.’ This is, in fact, music that already belongs to the spiritual world of the late string quartets Beethoven began composing in its wake. [+]

#LudwigvanBeethoven #classical #piano #music
 

Rammstein - Mein Herz Brennt| Vkgoeswild piano cover - YouTube


She's simply amazing!
#vika #Rammstien #piano #music

 


The ten compositions which make up this cycle are:
  • Invocation (completed at Woronińce);
  • Ave Maria (transcription of choral piece written in 1846);
  • Bénédiction de Dieu dans la solitude (‘The Blessing of God in Solitude,’ completed at Woronińce);
  • Pensée des morts (‘In Memory of the Dead,’ reworked version of earlier individual composition, Harmonies poétiques et religieuses (1834));
  • Pater Noster (transcription of choral piece written in 1846);
  • Hymne de l’enfant à son réveil (‘The Awaking Child’s Hymn,’ transcription of choral piece written in 1846);
  • Funérailles (October 1849) (‘Funeral’);
  • Miserere, d’après Palestrina (after Palestrina);
  • La lampe du temple (Andante lagrimoso);
  • Cantique d’amour (‘Hymn of Love,’ completed at Woronińce).
François-Frédéric Guy (born 23 January 1969) is a French classical pianist.


Harmonies poétiques et religieuses (Poetic and Religious Harmonies), S.173, is a cycle of piano pieces written by Franz Liszt at Woronińce (Voronivtsi, the Polish-Ukrainian country estate of Liszt’s mistress Princess Carolyne von Sayn-Wittgenstein) in 1847, and published in 1853. The pieces are inspired by the poetry of Alphonse de Lamartine, as was Liszt’s symphonic poem Les Préludes. [+]
#FranzLiszt #François-FrédéricGuy #piano #classical #music
 



Composer: Antonín Dvorák
Artist: Inna Poroshina (piano)

Dvorák considered himself only a modest pianist (he was a string player), and his music for piano has for long been neglected and considered of secondary importance to his symphonies, concertos and chamber works. Whilst undoubtedly true, the output for solo piano does contain some of his more mundane efforts, closer study of the music reveals some gems well worth getting to know, and that all contain his innate gift for melody.

His largest work featuring piano, the G major piano concerto has finally made some headway in the concert repertoire, and has always been championed by leading pianists – Richter and Aimard to name just two. The piano trios, quartets and the quintet all have effective piano parts, and are well laid out for the pianist. So why has the solo piano music been so neglected?

These works span his entire creative life, from the simple little Polka in E of 1860, to the Theme and Variations, Suite in A, and the Humoresques of 1894. These last three works are his masterpieces for piano, and indeed the Seventh Humoresque in G became very famous due its use in a Joan Crawford film in 1946, and through arrangements by Fritz Kreisler and Art Tatum. The Suite in A, dating from his time in America (where he composed his Ninth Symphony ‘From the New World’) is better known today in its orchestral version.

These CDs contain some wonderful little known music by one the best-loved composers – music that deserves a wider audience.
#AntoninDvorák #classical #piano #music
 
... off to Andrea with...

Teaser de
« Cabaret Satie »
Concert - spectacle de
Philippe Nesme [Le compositeur Erik Satie]
Carmen Martinez-Pierret [La pianiste Marcelle Meyer]
Elsa Fabrega [L’ artiste peintre Suzanne Valadon]
Musiques & Textes d'Erik Satie
Styliste / Assistante à la mise en scène : Elsa Fabrega
Metteur en scène / Réalisateur : Philippe Nesme [Les Films de peu, 2016]
Contact programmateurs : management@musicaactiva.com
+ info teaser :
Musique : « Gnossienne II », par Carmen Martinez-Pierret
#ErikSatie #MarcelleMeyer #classical #piano #music
 
... off to Andrea with...

Teaser de
« Cabaret Satie »
Concert - spectacle de
Philippe Nesme [Le compositeur Erik Satie]
Carmen Martinez-Pierret [La pianiste Marcelle Meyer]
Elsa Fabrega [L’ artiste peintre Suzanne Valadon]
Musiques & Textes d'Erik Satie
Styliste / Assistante à la mise en scène : Elsa Fabrega
Metteur en scène / Réalisateur : Philippe Nesme [Les Films de peu, 2016]
Contact programmateurs : management@musicaactiva.com
+ info teaser :
Musique : « Gnossienne II », par Carmen Martinez-Pierret
#ErikSatie #MarcelleMeyer #classical #piano #music
 


Piano Sonata No. 1 in F minor, Op. 2, No. 1
00:07​ I Allegro
05:50​ II Adagio
10:15​ III Menuetto – Allegretto
13:57​ IV Prestissimo

Piano Sonata No. 7 in D major, Op. 10, No. 3
21:30​ I Presto
28:28​ II Largo e mesto
37:01​ III Menuetto: Allegro
40:04​ IV Rondo: Allegro

Piano Sonata No. 9 in E major, Op. 14, No. 1
45:14​ I Allegro
52:17​ II Allegretto
58:13​ III Rondo – Allegro comodo

Piano Sonata No. 12 in A-flat major, Op. 26 "Funeral March"
01:01:46​ I Andante con variazioni
01:08:29​ II Scherzo: Allegro molto
01:11:32​ III Marcia funebre sulla morte di un eroe: Maestoso andante
01:17:35​ IV Allegro

01:21:35​ Bagatelle in G major, op.126 no.1 (Andante con moto, Cantabile e compiacevole)

Recorded live at the Great Hall of the Moscow Conservatory, 15 October 1976

#LudwigvanBeethoven #SviatoslavRichter #classical #piano #music
 


Piano Sonata No. 1 in F minor, Op. 2, No. 1
00:07​ I Allegro
05:50​ II Adagio
10:15​ III Menuetto – Allegretto
13:57​ IV Prestissimo

Piano Sonata No. 7 in D major, Op. 10, No. 3
21:30​ I Presto
28:28​ II Largo e mesto
37:01​ III Menuetto: Allegro
40:04​ IV Rondo: Allegro

Piano Sonata No. 9 in E major, Op. 14, No. 1
45:14​ I Allegro
52:17​ II Allegretto
58:13​ III Rondo – Allegro comodo

Piano Sonata No. 12 in A-flat major, Op. 26 "Funeral March"
01:01:46​ I Andante con variazioni
01:08:29​ II Scherzo: Allegro molto
01:11:32​ III Marcia funebre sulla morte di un eroe: Maestoso andante
01:17:35​ IV Allegro

01:21:35​ Bagatelle in G major, op.126 no.1 (Andante con moto, Cantabile e compiacevole)

Recorded live at the Great Hall of the Moscow Conservatory, 15 October 1976

#LudwigvanBeethoven #SviatoslavRichter #classical #piano #music
 

No.1 en mi bémol mineur Op.33 No.1 (00:00​)
No.2 en si majeur Op.33 No.2 (08:09​)
No.3 en la bémol majeur Op.33 No.3 (13:33​)
No.4 en mi bémol majeur Op.36 (18:39​)
No.5 en si bémol majeur Op.37 (24:56​)
No.6 en ré bémol majeur Op.63 (32:05​)
No.7 en do dièse mineur Op.74 (40:53​)
No.8 en ré bémol majeur / Pièces brèves (49:07​)
No.9 en si mineur Op.97 (50:55​)
No.10 en mi mineur Op.99 (55:14​)
No.11 en fa dièse mineur Op.104 No.1 (59:16​)
No.12 en mi mineur Op.107 (1:03:33​)
No.13 en si mineur Op.119 (1:08:02​)

Thème et variations en Do dièse mineur Op.73
Thème (1:15:47​)
Variation I (1:18:03​)
Variation II (1:19:15​)
Variation III (1:20:04​)
Variation IV (2:20:43)
Variation V (1:21:29​)
Variation VI (1:22:21​)
Variation VII (1:24:22​)
Variation VIII (1:25:17​)
Variation IX (1:26:25​)
Variation X (1:27:59​)
Variation XI (1:29:05​)

Piano : Éric Heidsieck
#GabrielFauré #ÉricHeidsieck #classical #piano #music
 

No.1 en mi bémol mineur Op.33 No.1 (00:00​)
No.2 en si majeur Op.33 No.2 (08:09​)
No.3 en la bémol majeur Op.33 No.3 (13:33​)
No.4 en mi bémol majeur Op.36 (18:39​)
No.5 en si bémol majeur Op.37 (24:56​)
No.6 en ré bémol majeur Op.63 (32:05​)
No.7 en do dièse mineur Op.74 (40:53​)
No.8 en ré bémol majeur / Pièces brèves (49:07​)
No.9 en si mineur Op.97 (50:55​)
No.10 en mi mineur Op.99 (55:14​)
No.11 en fa dièse mineur Op.104 No.1 (59:16​)
No.12 en mi mineur Op.107 (1:03:33​)
No.13 en si mineur Op.119 (1:08:02​)

Thème et variations en Do dièse mineur Op.73
Thème (1:15:47​)
Variation I (1:18:03​)
Variation II (1:19:15​)
Variation III (1:20:04​)
Variation IV (2:20:43)
Variation V (1:21:29​)
Variation VI (1:22:21​)
Variation VII (1:24:22​)
Variation VIII (1:25:17​)
Variation IX (1:26:25​)
Variation X (1:27:59​)
Variation XI (1:29:05​)

Piano : Éric Heidsieck
#GabrielFauré #ÉricHeidsieck #classical #piano #music
 


The late, renowned Austrian pianist Friedrich Gulda performs 2 Mozart Piano Sonatas. His first interpretation is of # 9, K.311 in D major followed by # 12, K.332 in F major.
Gulda was most famous for his Mozart and Beethoven interpretations, although he also performed the music of J. S. Bach (often on clavichord), Schubert, Chopin, Schumann, Debussy and Ravel.

K.311 ~ Allegro con spirito
Andante con espressione
Rondeau (allegro)
K. 332 ~Allegro
Adagio
Allegro assai

I remember Friedrich Gulda well, as a classmate taught the son of Gulda in piano playing... Gulda later in his career played a lot of jazz... great jazz!

#WölfgangAmadeusMozart #FriedrichGulda #classical #piano #music
 


The late, renowned Austrian pianist Friedrich Gulda performs 2 Mozart Piano Sonatas. His first interpretation is of # 9, K.311 in D major followed by # 12, K.332 in F major.
Gulda was most famous for his Mozart and Beethoven interpretations, although he also performed the music of J. S. Bach (often on clavichord), Schubert, Chopin, Schumann, Debussy and Ravel.

K.311 ~ Allegro con spirito
Andante con espressione
Rondeau (allegro)
K. 332 ~Allegro
Adagio
Allegro assai

I remember Friedrich Gulda well, as a classmate taught the son of Gulda in piano playing... Gulda later in his career played a lot of jazz... great jazz!

#WölfgangAmadeusMozart #FriedrichGulda #classical #piano #music
 
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🎻NDR Elbphilharmonie🎻


🎹 Francesco Piemontesi 🎹
Herbert Blomstedt
▫ conductor
PROGRAMME:
W.A. Mozart:
Piano Concerto in B major KV 595
Franz Schubert: Symphony no 8, D944

Performed live at the Elbphilharmonie in Hamburg on December 11th, 2020.

A great orchestra with a great soloist... but to me this si a "Herbie show" first and foremost.
It is always quite mesmerizing to watch Maestro Blomstedt, still very much on top of his game - he is currently the oldest active conductor in the world at 93 years of age. And conducting Schubert´s "Die Große C-Dur" from memory, of course ! 🤍

#TeamSintti #TuneForToday #musiikki #music #klassinen #classical #Mozart #piano #concerto #FrancescoPiemontesi #Schubert #symphony #NDR #Elbphilharmonie #HerbertBlomstedt 🎼
 

n°1 Andante con moto 0:00​
n°2 Allegro 3:05​
n°3 Andante 6:09​
n°4 Presto 8:49​
n°5 Quasi allegretto 12:44​
n°6 Presto - Andante amabile e con moto - Tempo I 14:18​

Artur Schnabel
Studio recording, London, 13.I.1937
The Six Bagatelles of Op 126 formed Beethoven’s last work for piano. When he offered it to the publishers Schott & Co. in November 1824, together with the Consecration of the House Overture Op 124, he described the pieces as ‘6 Bagatelles or Trifles for solo piano, some of which are rather more developed and probably the best pieces of this kind I have written.’ This is, in fact, music that already belongs to the spiritual world of the late string quartets Beethoven began composing in its wake. [+]

#LudwigvanBeethoven #classical #piano #music
 

n°1 Andante con moto 0:00​
n°2 Allegro 3:05​
n°3 Andante 6:09​
n°4 Presto 8:49​
n°5 Quasi allegretto 12:44​
n°6 Presto - Andante amabile e con moto - Tempo I 14:18​

Artur Schnabel
Studio recording, London, 13.I.1937
The Six Bagatelles of Op 126 formed Beethoven’s last work for piano. When he offered it to the publishers Schott & Co. in November 1824, together with the Consecration of the House Overture Op 124, he described the pieces as ‘6 Bagatelles or Trifles for solo piano, some of which are rather more developed and probably the best pieces of this kind I have written.’ This is, in fact, music that already belongs to the spiritual world of the late string quartets Beethoven began composing in its wake. [+]

#LudwigvanBeethoven #classical #piano #music
 

00:00​ - I. Allegro ma non troppo
05:30​ - II. Largo
09:47​ - III. Allegro


Bassoon: Meyrick Alexander
Piano: Catherine Milledge
Year of Recording: 2010
#GustavSchreck #classical #bassoon #piano #music
 

00:00​ - I. Allegro ma non troppo
05:30​ - II. Largo
09:47​ - III. Allegro


Bassoon: Meyrick Alexander
Piano: Catherine Milledge
Year of Recording: 2010
#GustavSchreck #classical #bassoon #piano #music
 

The Offspring - Gone Away (Official Audio) - YouTube


Awesome #piano version of the original!
#music

 
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