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|07:00||Mozart - String Quartet No. 21|
From the Rammenau Castle, the Gewandhaus-Quartett presents Mozart's String Quartet No. 21 in D major, K. 575. Nicknamed The Violet, this piece was composed in 1789 and is the first of the Prussian Quartets, a series of plays written for Friedrich Wilhelm II, King of Prussia and amateur cellist, in a style similar to Joseph Haydn's quartets. Founded in 1808, the Gewandhaus-Quartett is the oldest quartet in the world, continuously performing for more than 200 years. It is currently composed of Frank Michael Erben (first violin), Conrad Suske (second violin), Volker Metz (viola), JÃ¼rnjakob Timm (cello), and Steffen Adelmann (double bass).
|07:26||The Galileo Project: Music of the Spheres|
The Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra, also known simply as Tafelmusik, is a Toronto-based Canadian baroque orchestra, specialised in early music. The ensemble is directed by violinist Jeanne Lamon. In âThe Galileo Project: Music of the Spheresâ they perform music by Monteverdi, Vivaldi, Bach and Handel to a backdrop of high-definition images from the Hubble telescope, NASA and Canadian astronomers. Explore the fusion of arts, science and culture in the 17th and 18th centuries in this imaginative concert commemorating Galileoâs first public demonstration of the telescope. Actor Shaun Smyth narrates a compelling script while the musicians weave in and around a magical stage set by Marshal Pynkoski. Created and scripted by Alison Mackay.
|08:46||CMIM Piano 2021 - Semi-final: Ji-Hyang Gwak|
Ji-Hyang Gwak (South Korea, 1991) performs Carl Vineâs Piano Sonate No. 1, J.S. Bachâs Ricercar in three voices from The Musical Offering, BWV 1079, Franz Schubertâs Piece No. 2 in E-flat major (Drei KlavierstÃ¼cke, Op. posth., D. 946), and Franz Lisztâs Les jeux dâeau Ã la villa dâEste (AnnÃ©es de pÃ¨lerinage, Third year, S. 163), during the semi-finals of the 2021 Piano Edition of the Concours musical international de MontrÃ©al (CMIM). This performance was recorded at Britton Recital Hall at University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, MI, USA.
|09:29||My heart is burning|
RenÃ© Pape perfectly embodies the new generation of opera singers: with a current and relaxed appearance, he craves new challenges and demonstrates an openness to ambitious experimentation. In the musical film My Heart Is Burning, RenÃ© Pape sings and plays various roles that showcase the impressive versatility of his voice and the many facets of his personality. Directed by Sibylle Muth.
|10:13||Liszt - Piano Concerto No. 2, S.125|
Alexander Ullman (1991, United Kingdom) performs Franz Liszt's Piano Concerto No. 2 (S125) during the final of the 11th International Franz Liszt Piano Competition, held in TivoliVredenburg, Utrecht 2017. The competition actively presents, develops and promotes piano talents from around the world. In doing so, it has become one of the prominent gateways to the international professional classical music scene for young musicians. The International Franz Liszt Piano Competition was founded in 1986 in the Netherlands and since has built a reputation as one of the worldâs most prestigious piano competitions.
|11:05||Pierre Boulez - A life for music|
The French musician and composer Pierre Boulez (1925-2016) is considered one of the most influential figures in twentieth-century music. In the documentary 'Pierre Boulez â A life of music' (2017), Reiner E. Moritz creates a personal portrait of the young and impatient artist who once impetuously suggested to blow up the opera houses in order to do away with stuffy traditions, yet later moved on to conduct the "Ring of the Century" in the very heart of traditional opera, Bayreuth, and became a prized guest conductor with the worldÂ´s greatest orchestras. The documentary includes fragments from the composer's rich oeuvre, and features rare photographs from the Boulez-Chevalier archive. The documentary is at its most personal when the maestro's family and friends reflect on his life. Boulez's younger brother Roger shares invaluable information about Pierre's early years, and the renowned pianist Daniel Barenboim opens up about his friendâs music and compositions.
|12:05||Fomin plays Schumann, Beethoven and Tchaikovsky|
After a successful inaugural recital in 2016, pianist Misha Fomin returns to the stage in the intimate hall of the Concertgebouw Amsterdam on November 11, 2017. Celebrated by the local and international press for his natural virtuosity, the rich texture of his play and his great musical intelligence, Fomin interprets Fantasia, op. 17 by Schumann, Piano Sonata No. 30, op. 109 of Beethoven, as well as works by Tchaikovsky, including the plays "May", "June" and "October" from the Seasons, op. 37b, and a Liszt transcription of the "Polonaise", taken from the opera Eugene Onegin.
|13:35||DvoÅÃ¡k - Symphony No. 7 in D minor, Op. 70|
Soviet-born conductor Semyon Bychkov leads the Czech Philharmonic and London Voices in a concert recorded at the Rudolfinum, DvoÅÃ¡k Hall, Prague in October 2018. On the program are Luciano Berio's Sinfonia for eight voices and orchestra and AntonÃn DvoÅÃ¡k's Symphony No. 7 in D Minor, Op. 70. When Bychkov selected the program for his first subscription concert as chief conductor of the Czech Philharmonic, he suggested DvoÅÃ¡kâs Symphony No. 7 without hesitation, thus honoring the orchestraâs national tradition from the very start of his tenure at the helm of the Czech Philharmonic. His choice for Berioâs Sinfonia presents a striking contrast: this major, ground-breaking work in twentieth-century music had not been performed in the Czech Republic for 20 years.
|14:15||Villa-Lobos - String Quartet No. 9|
Quarteto RadamÃ©s Gnattali performs Heitor Villa-Lobos's String Quartet No. 9 at the Theatro Municipal in Rio de Janiero, Brasil. The ensemble was founded in 2006 and consists of Carla RincÃ³n and Francisco Roa (violins), Fernando Thebaldi (viola), and Hugo Pilger (cello). The quartet, which specializes in Brazilian music, focuses on educational activities. Their recording of all of Villa-Lobos string quartets is a major achievement and was very well received by international music critics. Except for his Bachianas brasileiras, the performance of many of the Brazilian's compositions is limited to Latin America. Highly regarded as a composer, conductor and educator in his native country, Villa-Lobos has operas, symphonies, concertos, piano repertoire, choral music, and seventeen string quartets to his credit.
|14:48||Scriabin - Piano Sonata No. 5, Op. 53|
In recent years, a new generation of Chinese pianists has emerged on the international scene. But there are many more young Chinese artists, who the AcadÃ©mie France-Chine aims to enable to deepen their art by introducing them to and giving them a platform within French and European culture. Four of these artists are Chen Xue-Hong, Zhang Cheng, Chen Yunjie and Chen Sa, who made their joint debut in Paris in this unique concert at the ThÃ©Ã¢tre des Champs-ÃlysÃ©es that showcased their extraordinary talent. On the program are Chopin's Piano Sonata No. 2, Schumann's Piano Sonata No. 1, Scriabin's Piano Sonata No. 8 and Paysage (No. 3) and Mazeppa (No. 4) from Liszt's Ãtudes d'ExÃ©cution Transcendante. The concert closes with Messiaen's Regard de lâEsprit de la joie (No. 10) from Vingt regards sur lâEnfant-JÃ©sus.
|15:00||Couperin's Premier Livre, Masterly Mix|
We have FranÃ§ois Couperin to thank for some of the most stunning pages found in 18th-century harpsichord literature. Numbering more than 220 solo pieces, his four collections contain much of Couperinâs finest work. We found four keyboard heroes, each of whom was free to browse through his or her favourite volume. Today AurÃ©lien Delage tackles the encyclopedic first volume â the calling card of a musical all-rounder.
|16:01||Festive Mozart Concert from Salzburg|
This performance was recorded during Mozart Week on January 27, 2006 in Salzburg, Austria, at the GroÃes Festspielhaus (Large Festival House) in celebration of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's 250th birthday. Under conductor Riccardo Muti, it features Thomas Hampson (baritone), Mitsuko Uchida (piano), Gidon Kremer (violin), Yuri Bashmet (viola), Wiener Singverein, and Wiener Philharmoniker. Pieces include Piano Concerto No. 25 in C major, Sinfonia concertante in E-flat major, K. 364, arias and scenes from CosÃ¬ fan tutte, Le nozze di Figaro, The Magic Flute and Symphony No. 35 in D major, K. 385 ("Haffner").
|17:50||Rachmaninoff: Piano Concerto No. 3,Op 30|
The legendary pianist Vladimir Horowitz (1903-1989) won his first praise on his interpretation of Rachmaninoff's Third Piano Concerto from the composer himself. When Rachmaninoff heard the young Kiev-born pianist play his work shortly after Horowitz's arrival in New York in 1928, he exclaimed: "He swallowed it whole." Fifty years later, on September 24, 1978, Horowitz electrified his audience once again with this monumental work. Accompanied by the New York Philharmonic under Zubin Mehta, he gave a special performance of this work as part of the celebrations honoring his U.S. debut 50 years earlier. His unforgettable account was recorded live on video and broadcast simultaneously throughout the United States. It was the last time Horowitz played the Third in his lifetime. The work itself, reverently called "Rach 3" by pianists brave enough to tackle its monstrous technical challenges, achieved international celebrity of a different kind in recent years.
|18:45||Fischer conducts Prokofiev and Stravinsky|
IvÃ¡n Fischer conducts the Budapest Festival Orchestra in a concert recorded at the BÃ©la BartÃ³k National Concert Hall in Budapest, Hungary in 2015. The concert opens with Sergei Prokofiev's Overture on Hebrew Themes, Op. 34. After this, Thomas Zehetmair stars as solo violinist in Prokofiev Violin Concerto No. 2, Op. 63. The second part of the concert is features music by Igor Stravinsky. On the program is music composed for the ballet 'Jeu de cartes' (1937) and the Firebird Suite, No. 2 (1919). 'Jeu de cartes' is one of Stravinsky's neo-classical works and consists of three parts ('deals'). The Firebird Suite, No. 2 is based on the music from the ballet of the same name, which was written for Sergei Diaghilev's Ballets Russes and premiered in Paris in 1910.
|20:19||Bach - Cello Suite No. 5 in C minor, BWV 1011|
At St. Bartholomew Church in Dornheim, Germany, where composer Johann Sebastian Bach married his first wife Maria Barbara, renowned Dutch cellist Anner Bijlsma performs the composer's Cello Suite No. 5 in C minor, BWV 1011. It is likely Bach wrote his collection of six Suites for unaccompanied cello during the years 1717-1723. His cello suites are an essential part of the cello repertoire, highlighting the instrument's manifold polyphonic possibilities. As customary in a Baroque suite, each movement is based on a dance type. Bach's Suite No. 5 opens with a prelude, and is followed by six dance movements, divided over five sections: an allemande, a courante, a sarabande, two gavottes, and a final gigue.
|20:44||Summertime at the Domaine Forget|
The documentary Summertime at the Domaine Forget introduces internationally renowned treasure: Domaine Forget festival in Saint-IrÃ©nÃ©e, QuÃ©bec. Domaine Forget is one of Canada's leading music academies and hosts this annual festival to promote music and dance. Every summer, 500 music students from around the world gather for an intensive course program featuring: masterclasses, individual lessons, chamber music sessions, lectures, and special workshops.
|20:59||MartinÅ¯ - Double Concerto, H 271|
Soviet-born conductor Semyon Bychkov leads the Czech Philharmonic in a concert featuring works by Bohuslav MartinÅ¯, Maurice Ravel and Henri Dutilleux, recorded at the Rudolfinum, DvoÅÃ¡k Hall, Prague in 2020. The concert opens with MartinÅ¯'s Double Concerto for Two String Orchestras, Piano, and Timpani (H. 271). Soloists are Ivo KahÃ¡nek (piano) and Michael Kroutil (timpani). This is followed by a rendition of MartinÅ¯'s Concerto for Two Pianos and Orchestra, H. 292, featuring piano soloists Katia and Marielle LabÃ¨que. After 'Le Jardin fÃ©erique â Lent et grave' from Ravel's suite Ma mÃ¨re l'Oye, the orchestra concludes with Dutilleux's Symphony No. 2 'Le Double'.
In this captivatingly beautiful performance from September 27th of 2008 at the National Theater in Taipei, the acclaimed Cloud Gate Dance Theatre of Taiwan presents Moon Water. The work of celebrated Taiwanese dancer and choreographer Lin Hwai-min draws inspiration from a Buddhist proverb: "Flowers in a mirror and moon on the water are both illusive" and the ideal state of mind of Tai Chi practitioners: "Energy flows as water, while the spirit shines as the moon." The choreographer merges the art of dance and Tai Chi and bases his creative work on these famous quotes to create a poetic translation of Taoist philosophy. Moon Water compares opposites: real versus unreal, effort versus effortlessness and the concept of yin and yang. In a beautiful set created by Austin Wang, the performers of the Cloud Gate Dance Theatre of Taiwan create an enchanting scenery to the melodies of nine suites of Bachâs Suites for Solo Cello.
|23:11||Tchaikovsky - Symphony No. 6 in B minor, Op. 74|
This concert may be called a meeting of musical giants: Manfred Honeck conducts the Berlin Philharmonic while cellist Yo-Yo Ma features as soloist. Success guaranteed when these artists take the stage at the 2016 Easter Concert from the Festspielhaus in Baden-Baden! Honeck, musical director of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, made his successful debut with the Berlin Philharmonic in 2013. Yo-Yo Ma has played regularly with the orchestra since 1978. The concert opens with Brahms' Tragic Overture, Op. 81, followed by Schumann's Concerto for Cello, Op. 129. The orchestra concludes with a performance of Tchaikovsky's Symphony No. 6 âPathÃ©tique.â While Schumannâs Cello Concerto was never played during his lifetime, Tchaikovsky died just nine days after the premiere of his Symphony No. 6.
|23:59||Brahms - Violin Sonata No. 2, Op. 100|
In this splendid 2013 concert from the Church of Verbier, Switzerland, Greek violinist Leonidas Kavakos and Chinese pianist Yuja Wang join forces to interpret three sonatas by Johannes Brahms. Leonidas Kavakos rose to fame in 1985, when he became the youngest musician to ever win the first price of the prestigious Sibelius Competition. With Yuja Wang, an accomplished artist at young age herself, he forms a masterful duo of chamber music interpretation. The programme features Brahm's Sonata for Piano and Violin, No. 1 in G major, Op. 78, also known as the "Regensonate," Sonata for Piano and Violin, No. 2 in A major, Op. 100, the "Thuner Sonata," a portrait of the Swiss lake of Thun's peaceful scenery. It comes to a fiery and passionate finale with Brahm's Sonata for Piano and Violin, No. 3 in D minor, Op 108.
|01:00||Thomas - Hamlet|
Hamlet is a grand opera in five acts by the French composer Ambroise Thomas (1811-1896), with a libretto by Michel CarrÃ© and Jules Barbier. It is based on a French adaptation by Alexandre Dumas and Paul Meurice of Shakespeare's Hamlet. Thomasâ operas Mignon (1866) and Hamlet (1868) were largely neglected during the 20th century but experienced somewhat of a revival over the last decades. In this performance, staged by Serge van Veggel, The New European Ensemble is led by conductor HernÃ¡n Schvartzman. Main soloists are Quirijn de Lang (Hamlet), Lucie Chartin (OphÃ©lie), Martijn Sanders (Claudius), Martina Prins (Gertrude), Jan-Willem Schaafsma (Laertes), and Patrick Pranger (Horatio). This performance was recorded at the Royal Theatre in The Hague, in April 2018.
|03:21||Silent Night, Holy Night|
This Christmas concert, recorded at the Berlin Schauspielhaus on the Gendarmeriemarkt, was one of the first joint musical productions of reunited Germany. Beautiful visuals of landscapes and other locations in snow and ice turn the concert into a romantic winter storybook. On the program are works by J. S. Bach, G. F. Handel and PrÃ¤torius. The TÃ¶lz Boys' Choir is led by Gerhard Schmidt-Garden, the Zagorsk Monastery Choir by Matfej Mormyl and the Staatskapelle Dresden by Ferdinand Leitner. Soloists are Maria Graf, Doris Soffel, Siegfried Jerusalem, Jochen Kowalski and Hermann Prey. Recorded in 1990 and directed by Bob Rooyens.
|04:23||Memory of a Concert|
In 2006, Gidon Kremer and Martha Argerich set out on tour performing solos and duets by BartÃ³k und Schumann. The last of the concert series at the Berliner Philharmonie has been recorded for this film, featuring a rare solo performance by Martha Argerich. A concert film with personal and moving commentary by Gidon Kremer. Program: Schumann's Violin Sonata No. 1, Op. 10, Violin Sonata No. 2, Op. 121; Kinderszenen, Op. 15; BartÃ³k: Violin Sonata No. 1 Sz 75; Violin sonata No. 2 Sz 76.
|05:18||Brahms - Symphony No. 1, Op. 68|
Franz Welser-MÃ¶st conducts The Cleveland Orchestra in this performance of Brahms' Symphony No. 4. This is the final of the composer's short selection of symphonic works. Described by music critic Malcolm Macdonald as one of the âsupreme creative acts of the Romantic era,â Brahms' Fourth Symphony is endowed with a strong undercurrent of subdued melancholy. It seems to pine for an irretrievable past. The past lives on majestically in this work, particularly in the sighing theme of the first movement reminiscent of Baroque practice, and, above all, in the use of the Baroque form of the chaconne in the last movement, around which Brahms spins over 30 variations on a solemn, stately theme. This performance was recorded at Severance Hall in Cleveland, USA, in 2014.
|05:59||Schubert - Der Hirt auf dem Felsen, D 965|
Clarinettist Sharon Kam, soprano Jacquelyn Wagner and pianist Matan Porat bundle their forces in this recital from Schinkel Pavillon in Berlin on May 11, 2020. The program opens with Claude Debussy's PremiÃ¨re Rhapsodie for clarinet and piano, followed by Johannes Brahms's Sonata for clarinet and piano, Op. 120 No. 2. Porat then performs Maurice Ravel's Une barque sur l'ocÃ©an for piano. Following Francis Poulenc's Clarinet Sonata, the concert closes with Franz Schubert's Lied 'Der Hirt auf dem Felsen' in an arrangement for clarinet, soprano and piano.
|06:11||Beethoven - Piano Sonata No. 11, Op. 22|
Can we get into Beethovenâs creative mind, especially in the last phase of his life, when he was coping with severe hearing loss? Tom Beghinâs new recording of Beethovenâs Piano Sonatas Opus 109, 110, and 111 is an artistic exploration of how Beethovenâs musicking was shaped by the work environment he created with the help of colleagues and friends. Not only does pianist Tom Beghin perform Beethovenâs trilogy of pianistic masterpieces on a magnificent new replica of Beethovenâs Broadwood piano, he uses a reconstruction of the GehÃ¶rmaschine that was mounted on the composerâs piano so he could continue to create music as his hearing declined. âYou do hear better when you bring your head under this machine, donât you?â AndrÃ© Stein asked Beethoven. Two centuries later, we too can bring our heads under the machine and wonder: Do we hear Beethoven differently? Beghin draws us inside the hearing machine, where we feel as well as hear the essence of Beethovenâs rambunctious and irresistibly poetic musical vibrations. Inside the Hearing Machine invites us into the multisensory playground of a deaf composer for whom the machine was more than a hearing aid and who interacted with his instrument through much more than sound.
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