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Extractions: Click the link for more information. composer A composer is a person who writes music. The term refers particularly to someone who writes music in some type of musical notation, thus allowing others to perform the music. This distinguishes the composer from a musician who improvises. However, a person may be called a composer without creating music in documentary form, since not all musical genres rely on written notation. In this context, the composer is the originator of the music, and usually its first performer. Later performers then repeat the musical composition they have heard.
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Extractions: Sophie Mautner was born on the 27th of December 1977 in Berlin in a French-German family. At the age of 11 she started as soloist with the Philarmonic Orchestra of Monte-Carlo But it was at the age of 17, in 1994 at the Philharmonie in Berlin during two remarkable concerts that marked the start of her international career. Sophie Mautner has received the German "Echo-Klassik" prize for her first CD with the works of F. Chopin on the Sony music label. Her second CD is also on the Sony label, it includes works by Schumann and Liszt In spite of her young age, Sophie Mautner has played with such renowned orchestras and great conductors as Royal Philharmonic Orchestra of London (Daniele Gatti Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen (Paavo Järvi ) touring Germany, Stockholm Sinfonietta (Thomas Dausgaard Brünner Philharmoniker (Aldo Ceccato ) at the 2000 Ascona Festival, Duisburger Sinfoniker (Bruno Weil Essener Philharmoniker (Stefan Soltesz Zürcher Kammerorchester (Howard Griffith MDR Sinfonieorchester (Fabio Luisi ) performing Rachmaninov's 2nd Piano Concerto.
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Extractions: Buy one from zShops for: Artist: Franz Liszt Tracks: Hungarian Rhapsody No. 6 Valse oubliee No. 1 In F sharp Grand etude d'apres Paganini No. 2 In E-Flat Annees de perlerinage: Premiere annee. Suisse: Au bord d'une source Annees de perlerinage: Deuxieme annee. Italie: Sonnetto 104 del Petrarca Soirees de Vienne: Valse-Caprice No. 6, S.427 (After Schubert) Piano Sonata In B Minor: Lento assai - Allegro energico - Grandioso - Recitativo Piano Sonata In B Minor: Andante sostenuto - Piano Sonata In B Minor: Allegro energico - Andante sostenuto - Lento assai Ballade No. 2 In B Minor Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 Piano Sonata No. 2 In B-Flat Minor, Op. 36: Allegro agitato Piano Sonata No. 2 In B-Flat Minor, Op. 36: Non allegro - Lento Piano Sonata No. 2 In B-Flat Minor, Op. 36: Allegro molto Piano Sonata No. 7 In B-Flat, Op. 83: Allegro inquieto - Andantino
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Extractions: Buy one from zShops for: Artist: Johann Sebastian Bach and Janos Starker Tracks: Suite No. 1, BWV 1007, In G: Prelude Suite No. 1, BWV 1007, In G: Allemande Suite No. 1, BWV 1007, In G: Courante Suite No. 1, BWV 1007, In G: Sarabande Suite No. 1, BWV 1007, In G: Gigue Suite No. 3, BWV 1009, In C: Prelude Suite No. 3, BWV 1009, In C: Allemande Suite No. 3, BWV 1009, In C: Courante Suite No. 3, BWV 1009, In C: Sarabande Suite No. 3, BWV 1009, In C: Gigue Suite No. 5, BWV 1011, In C Minor: Prelude Suite No. 5, BWV 1011, In C Minor: Allemande Suite No. 5, BWV 1011, In C Minor: Courante Suite No. 5, BWV 1011, In C Minor: Sarabande Suite No. 5, BWV 1011, In C Minor: Gigue Suite No. 2, BWV 1008, In D Minor: Prelude Suite No. 2, BWV 1008, In D Minor: Allemande Suite No. 2, BWV 1008, In D Minor: Courante Suite No. 2, BWV 1008, In D Minor: Sarabande
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Extractions: PUSHKIN DAYS IN MIKHAILOVSKOYE By Y. Andrusenko June 6 is Pushkin Day in Russia. It was established 3 years ago when Russia celebrated the bicentennial of the great poet Alexander Pushkin. His contemporary, writer Nikolai Gogol once made a prophetic remark: "Pushkin is a phenomenon of Russian spirit, a Russian man such as he is and will probably be 200 years after". Preparations for Pushkin Days festivities start long before June. Poetry festivals, theatre productions, art exhibitions, concerts, and, finally, balls - these are just a few events on the holiday's vast and versatile program. Pushkin's memorial museums invite visitors to admire the beautiful nature he eulogized in his poems. The Pushkin family estate in Mikhailovskoye is situated near the city of Pskov in the north-west of Russia. The typical Russian landscape intertwined with the traditional Russian way of life "create a harmony that leaves no one indifferent. It reverberates in Pushkin's lines and in our hearts", says the Mikhailovskoye museum's director Georgy Vasilevich. "Looking back into the 19th century we can see that famous writers and artists lived quite a different life", Vasilevich says. "Most of them had two houses - one in town, the other in the country. Unhurried life on a country estate surrounded by a park This well-organized world helping a writer concentrate on his thoughts and ideas has been largely neglected. Nature took care of itself. Now landscape design as an inalienable part of Russian culture is being revived. Even though the Russians borrowed landscape architecture from the British, French and Italians, they managed to create a unique and profoundly Russian park style".
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Extractions: search in: baby book camera computer dvd electronic kitchen magazines music software tools video videogames Detail Categories DVD-HOME WESTERNS TODAY'S DEALS IN DVD TELEVISION ... General Bach - The Well Tempered Clavier 48 Preludes and Fugues / Hewitt, MacGregor, Demidenko, Gavrilow Media DVD Release 04 September, 2001 Count Price Label Image Entertainment Availability Usually ships within 24 hours Rating [1-5] Anyway, I digress. The main point I would like to make regarding this production is that it is based on instruments which Bach did not write for nor intend this work to be presented on. Chronologically, the fortepiano emerged only towards the last few years of Bach's career and at that stage was vastly inferior to today's established instrument. While the piano as an instrument has many strengths and is excellent for the Romantic and High Classical composers it is simply inferior for Baroque music and therefore for Bach. However, pianists have been able to get away with playing Bach because, not to put too fine a point on it, Bach would still sound excellent played on bagpipes. Why? Because the strength of Bach's imagination and perfect understanding of musical fundamentals mean that his compositions are musically so robust that they travel well through many media.
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Extractions: Sergio Fiorentino Memorial Site II S E R G I O F I O R E N T I N O pianist musician Reactions to his concerts appearances Tuesday night in The Breakers Fiorentino opened the Newport Festival by making his first American appearance in 43 years. A courtly gentleman with an aureole of white hair, Fiorentino looks like a pianist in an old movie - or like photographs of the German pianist Wilhelm Kempff. Fiorentino, like Horowitz or Dubravka Tomsic, is undemonstrative at the keyboard; he doesn't have time for theater, because there is so much color and drama in the actual playing. The first half of the recital was "serious", the second devoted to entertainment - but these are false distinctions. Fiorentino's performance of the Schumann "Fantasy" was architecturally sound, but it was also full of darting, unexspected departures and a sense of play. And like the great pianists of the past, Fiorentino doesn't play transcriptions of waltzes to show off his virtuosity but to celebrate the waltz in all its intricate, teasing glory. The waltzes were the Liszt version of the Kermesse from Gounod's "Faust", Fiorentino's transcriptions of a Tchaikovsky waltz and a sequence of waltzes from "Der Rosenkavalier", Tausig's transcription of Strauss' "Man lebt nur einmal!" and the masterpiece fo the genre, Godowsky's "Symphonic Metamor- phoses on Themes from Die Fledermaus". Fiorentino neatly discriminated among the various national styles; and his iridescent scales, glissandi, arpeggios, chords, double notes, and octaves, his opalescent shifting harmonies, and his superbly secure and supple rhythmic sense wre not virtuoso tricks but ornaments devised to dramatize the curve of each dance in delirious movement.
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Extractions: The world premiere recordings by Idil Biret 1990-1992 ~Excerpts from an archival retrospective by Sefik Yüksel~ In June 1989 Idil Biret received an offer from the then newly-established Naxos label to record Chopins complete works for piano solo and for piano and orchestra. Without hesitation she accepted to undertake this monumental task. This was a project that would be the dream and dread of many a pianist, and the past decades were full of projects to record Chopins complete works which had remained unfinished for various reasons. Idil Biret was not known as a Chopin performer. Indeed, unti l s he started recording for Naxos she had played few of his works in public. During much of her career she had stayed distant from Chopin. There were reasons for this. In describing her attitude towards Chopin in her early years Biret says, I had listened to very bad and sentimental Chopin performances during my childhood. In some circles Chopin had become the synonym of teary sentimental music. It was sad that a musician who composed in a classical perfection the least self complacent works got so misunderstood. Then, later at the Conservatoire I heard some mechanical and inexperienced performances by students. I felt distanced from Chopin because of these early experiences and for many years I did not play his works and I did not even have many records of his works in my library. Later, I started studying the Sonata op.58 and subsequently, as a morceaux impose at the Conservatoire, the Ballade no.2. Then in 1958 I went to work with Wilhelm Kempff in Ammerland (near
Extractions: Bach, Mozart, Brahms: Maxim Vengerov (vln), Fazil Say (pf) Bach, Brahms, Beethoven: Maxim Vengerov (vln), Fazil Say (pf) Barbican Hall, February 2004 But, back to the recitals. I am afraid that, to a certain degree, I may not longer be that objective towards Vengerov. He has always exceeded my expectations and these by now countless experiences have shown that even if Vengerov goes slightly over the top he still keeps within the limits of the music. His musicianship and taste, the sheer beauty of his playing and his phenomenal technique, allied with his charming, as well as intense and simultaneously relaxed stage presence, are reasons enough to call him the unsurpassable violinist of our time. Mozart and Brahms were to follow after the interval. In his already thirteen year long recording career Vengerov has only once played a Mozart sonata on disc and none of his concertos; even in public, other Mozart rarely features. Once, a young Andrei Gavrilov, being frightened of playing Mozart, said to me: "Each note Mozart wrote is like a pearl and there are endless strings of pearls. That is why he is the most difficult composer for me." Vengerov may think similarly; but with the Sonata no.32 in B flat major, K.454, one of Mozarts
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Molto Prokofiev! Hierin toont hij zich trouwer aan de meester dan andrei gavrilov, die zelf nogaleens met de eer probeert te strijken. gavrilov is de ideale pianist voor de http://www.nopapers.nl/km/muz2/2/muze0222.html
Extractions: Maar de overeenkomsten houden ergens op, en vrij plotseling. Prokofiev toont een grotere ernst, zijn Russisch temperament, met een voorkeur voor donkere kleuren. Poulenc blijft sprankelend, ironisch en op zijn tijd wordt hij zelfs lichtzinnig. Zijn palet kent minder kleuren dan dat van Prokofiev, maar hij lijkt ook met minder toe te kunnen. Poulenc kent weliswaar ernstige en zelfs religieuze momenten, maar een vrolijk lied gaat hem boven alles. Prokofiev daarentegen heeft een verhaal te vertellen en waar Prokofiev nog moet beginnen met het relaas in zijn pianosonates en het diepgaande derde deel van het eerste strijkkwartet, zwijgt Poulenc. Het door mij al genoemde eerste deel van het eerste kwartet wordt furieus ingezet en de verwerking van het materiaal getuigt van een niet aflatende energie en concentratie. Het Andante zou misschien wat meer kunnen ademen, door in tempo-nuances de grillige structuur beter te doen uitkomen, maar die kritiek doet niets af aan de spanningsboog die het Kwartet hier weet op te bouwen. Verrukkelijk is het tweede kwartet, dat vaker gespeeld zou moeten worden op de concertpodia - en het liefst zo goed als het Coull Kwartet het hier doet. De hoekige ritmes, krachtig neergezet en afgewisseld met momenten van hemelbestormende lyriek, laten de luisteraar ademloos achter. Ik kan niet anders dan een spoedige beluistering van harte aanbevelen. Veel opnames van deze twee strijkkwartetten zijn er niet, dus we boffen met zo'n volwaardige toevoeging aan de bestaande interpretaties. De toegift, de Overture on Hebrew Themes, wordt in een kalm tempo neergezet. Iets sneller had zeker geen kwaad gekund, al sluit de ingetogen atmosfeer uitstekend aan op het slepende ritme. Het accelerando en het krachtige accoord aan het einde bewijzen het gelijk van degene die dit stuk graag wat pittiger zou willen horen. In dat geval zou de finale beter op zijn plaats vallen. Toch verdient deze interpretatie, die opklinkt als vanuit het schemerduister, alle respect en aandacht. Dit opdrachtwerkje, dat Prokofiev in anderhalve dag voltooide, krijgt door deze musici alle zeggingskracht mee die er qua potentie in besloten ligt.
Extractions: Already a member? login Advanced Search genre Action/Adventure Adult Animation Anime Classics Comedies Cult Documentary Drama Film Noir Foreign Language Gay and Lesbian Horror Indie Instructional/General Kids Midnight Viewing Music Romance Silent Film Special Interest Suspense/Thriller Television Indie Spirit Awards Cannes Palme d'Or Sundance Winners Oscars AFI Top 100 Movies Rosenbaums' Top 100 LA Film Critics NY Film Critics BFI Top 100 British Films GreenCine suggests... New to GreenCine Coming Soon New Releases Archive 100 Best Indies 40 Best Documentaries Departments Movie Primers People Top Lists Articles GreenCine Daily Blog To commemorate the 250th anniversary of Bach's death, four of the world's best classical pianists have gathered to record the 48 preludes and fugues of THE WELL TEMPERED CLAVIER. Andrej Gavrilov, Angela Hewitt, Joanna MacGregor, and Nikolai Demidenko each perform 12 preludes and fugues from selected locations in Barcelona, Venice, Oxford and Bach's birthplace, Eisenach to honor their instrument's spiritual grandfather. Disc 1 contains: Program 1-12 Pianist: Andrei Gavrilov; Filmed on Location at the New Art Gallery, Walsall
Extractions: Comment : Great music. Interesting pianist. Spectacular conductor. Vibrant instrumentalists. - What a treat for the eyes too: the wonderful camera work makes this more absorbing to look at than the most breath-taking adventure... It's a pity we don't have more of this! What about Tchaikowsky's 4th and 6th Symphonies? What about so many other great works? - When you consider the millions of dollars that go into the recording of tons and tons of the ugliest and most uncivilized kind of trash these days (people have the nerve to call it «music»), and when you compare that with the extremely few DVDs that exist featuring good music (just look at the list, and you'll see), it makes you wonder whether we're not headed towards a new age of barbarism. We will still have the kind of great music that's on this DVD, but who's going to be there to listen to it? And if there's nobody to listen, then who's going to pay to have it recorded? Rating: 3 of 5
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Extractions: In June 1989 Idil Biret received an offer from the then newly established Naxos label to record Chopin's complete works for piano solo and for piano and orchestra. Without hesitation she accepted to undertake this monumental task. This was a project that would be the dream and dread of many a pianist and the past decades were full of projects to record Chopin's complete works which remained unfinished for various reasons. Later Biret studied with Alfred Cortot, considered by many as the greatest Chopin interpreter of the 20th Century, for two years when he was in his eighties. With him Biret worked on almost the entire Chopin repertory. Cortot's teachings were in the great tradition of Chopin performance of the 19th and early 20th centuries. Biret remembers vividly "the glorious, magical sounds that came from the piano when Cortot put his hands on it; almost like that of a cello"
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Extractions: Concerto For Piano And Orchestra No. 4 In G Major: Allegro moderato Concerto For Piano And Orchestra No. 4 In G Major: Andante con moto Concerto For Piano And Orchestra No. 4 In G Major: Rondo Vivace Concerto For Piano And Orchestra No. 5 In E Flat Major 'Emperor': Allegro Concerto For Piano And Orchestra No. 5 In E Flat Major 'Emperor': Adagio un poco mosso - attacca Concerto For Piano And Orchestra No. 5 In E Flat Major 'Emperor': Rondo - Allegro Wilhelm Kempff was one of the great German pianists of the postwar period, and his two sets of Beethoven sonatas remain a standard by which all others are measured. He was not a flashy artist, nor was he grimly severe. Rather, he practiced a sort of natural eloquence of expression that made his Beethoven one of the most satisfying over the long haul. Individual moments may rarely leap out and grab you, but his performances leave a satisfying impression of completeness, as if no stone has been left unturned. These performances have been highly regarded since the early 1960s, and with good reason. They offer an admirable picture of Kempff as an artist, and the accompaniments are quite fine.