February, 2011

49 Posts
Ferdinand Ries
Clarinet Trio Op. 28 (1810) Flute Quartet in C Major Op.145 No.1 (1830) Cello Sonata in G Minor, Op.125 (1799) Ferdinand Ries (1784 – 1838) was a German composer and the most notable friend and pupil of Ludwig van Beethoven.
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Hear My Words – Choral Classics from St. John’s
Vaughan Williams: O taste and see Thomas Mullock, treble Andrew Nethsingha, conductor Choir of St John’s College, Cambridge From Hear My Words – Choral Classics from St. John’s (2010) Released by Chandos Vaughan Williams: O taste and see One of
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Ferdinand Ries: Piano Quintet Op. 74, Part II (Larghetto)
Music written by our “Composer of the Month” Ferdinand Ries.
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Hear My Words – Choral Classics from St. John’s
Hear My Words – Choral Classics from St. John’s Vaughan Williams: O taste and see One of the finest collegiate choirs in the world perform a series of choral classics dated from early sixteenth century to 2007. O taste and
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A Social Media Symphony
YouTube brings together musicians from around the world for an online symphonic masterpiece.
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Tchaikovsky
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky 1. Symphony No. 4 in F minor, op. 36 2. Capriccio italien, op. 45 Performed by Orchestre Philharmonique Tchèque 1. Hajibeyov Niyazi, conductor 2. Karel Sejna, conductor Recorded in 1952 & 1953 Symphony No. 4 in F
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Fellini and Rota: filming music
Italian composer Nino Rota wrote several operas, ballets and concerti, but he is best known for his cinema soundtrack work. Indeed, from the 1940s until his death, in 1979, there seem to be few great Italian films he did not
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Picasso and Music
“There is Music in Picasso and Picasso is in Music” The current exhibition of ‘Picasso: Guitars 1912-1914’ at Museum of Modern Art in New York lets us consider the close relationship between art and music. As an artist, Picasso was
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