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Nadège Rochat and Malgorzata Garstka play "Elegie" Op. 24 for cello and piano by Gabriel Fauré. I have been told very often during my studies (back then when wikipedia didn't exist) that Gabriel Fauré wrote this piece as his wife died. Even here on youtube, you will find a famous teacher stating this... Facts are that Gabriel Fauré got married after writing the Elegy. There is incredible sorrow in this piece, this is indisputable. But here is what Gabriel Fauré said about his requiem (Mass for the dead): "Mon réquiem n'a été composé pour rien... pour le plaisir, si j'ose dire..." - "My requiem was composed for no particular reason... for fun if I dare say...". This (disappointing?) statement about the requiem, and the fact that Fauré's wife didn't die before he wrote the Elegy shouldn't take away any emotion which we may feel as we perform or listen to these two sorrowful works. But I just wanted to warn you, dear public, about shortcuts. Sometimes a particular event inspires a work. But more often, we can't pin down what exactly inspired a stunning work. In the case of this Elegy, as for the requiem, I suppose that we have to live with the mystery. Listen to the requiem: 🤍 And this is the version by Michel Corboz and the "Ensemble Vocal et Instrumental de Lausanne" which accompanied my childhood and remains my favourite: 🤍 To learn more about Gabriel Fauré, here is an invaluable English version of the book "Gabriel Fauré" by Charles Koechlin, which you can read online (for now!) 🤍 Enjoy!
Subscribe for more classical music! Join me on Facebook: 🤍 Morceaux de fantaisie (French for Fantasy Pieces; Russian: Пьесы Фантазии, Pyesy Fantazii), Op. 3, is a set of five piano solo pieces composed by Sergei Rachmaninoff in 1892. The title reflects the pieces' imagery rather than their musical form, as none are actual fantasies. The set was dedicated to Anton Arensky, his harmony teacher at the Conservatory.
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Léa Desandre (mezzo-soprano), Bruno Philippe (violoncelle) et Jérôme Ducros (piano) interprètent la Mélodie op.10 n°5 de l’Élégie de Jules Massenet. Enregistré le 30 juin 2020 au Studio 104 de la Maison de la Radio dans le cadre du Festival France Musique. #LéaDesandre #BrunoPhilippe #JérômeDucros #JulesMassenet #FestivalFranceMusique
Angela Gheorghiu - Massenet: Elegie - recital in Los Angeles, March 2013 Jeff Cohen, piano The Broad Stage at the Santa Monica College, Los Angeles Facebook fan page: 🤍 Official website: 🤍 Twitter official page: 🤍 Superstar Angela Gheorghiu, the most glamorous and gifted opera singer of our time, was born in Adjud, Romania. From early childhood it was obvious that her destiny was music. Gheorghiu made her international debut in 1992 at Royal Opera, Covent Garden (Mimì, La Bohème), at the Metropolitan Opera, and at the Vienna State Opera. It was in the Royal Opera, Covent Garden that she first sang her much acclaimed La Traviata in 1994, when the BBC cleared out its schedules to broadcast the opera. Her first exclusive recording contract was in 1995 with Decca. The second was in 1998 with EMI, for whom she made several recordings released on CD and DVD. The latest releases include the complete opera recordings of L'Amico Fritz by Pietro Mascagni and Fedora by Umberto Giordano (both with Deutsche Grammophon), the live performance of La Rondine at the Metropolitan Opera (2009), as well as Faust from Royal Opera House (2004), released on DVD by EMI Classics in 2011. Adriana Lecouvreur (a Royal Opera production recorded in 2010) was released on DVD in 2012. Having always earned spectacular reviews on her career, Gheorghiu was honored with La Medaille Vermeille de la Ville de Paris and was appointed an Officier de l'Ordre des Arts et Lettres and Chevalier de l'Ordre des Arts et Lettres by the French Ministry of Culture and by her native country Romania. In December 2010 she was awarded the honorific title of Doctor Honoris Causa by the University of Arts in Iasi (Romania) and the Star of Romania, the highest decoration given by the by the President of Romania. In 2012 she received the Nihil Sine Deo royal decoration from HRH King Michael I of Romania.
Arno Babajanian (Armenian: Առնո Բաբաջանյան) (January 22, 1921 – November 11, 1983) was an Armenian composer and pianist during the Soviet era. Elegie for piano "In Memory of Aram Khachaturian" A. Nersissian, piano Babajanian was born in Yerevan, Armenia. By age 5, his extraordinary musical talent was clearly apparent, and the composer Aram Khachaturian suggested that the boy be given proper music training. Two years later, in 1928 at the age of 7, Babajanian entered the Yerevan State Musical Conservatory. In 1938, he continued his studies in Moscow with Vissarion Shebalin. He later returned to Yerevan, where from 1950–1956 he taught at the conservatory. It was during this period (1952) that he wrote the Piano Trio in f# sharp minor. It received immediate acclaim and was regarded as a masterpiece from the time of its premiere. Subsequently, he undertook concert tours throughout the Soviet Union and Europe. In 1971, he was named a People’s Artist of the Soviet Union. As a composer, Babajanian was active in most genres and even wrote many popular songs in collaboration with the leading poets such as Yevgeny Yevtushenko and Robert Rozhdestvensky among others. Much of Babajanian’s music is rooted in Armenian folk music and folklore. But generally, the way in which he uses Armenian folk music is in the virtuosic style of Rachmaninov and Khachaturian. His later works were influenced by Prokofiev and Bartók. Praised by Dmitri Shostakovich as a "brilliant piano teacher", Babajanian was also a noted pianist and often performed his own works in concerts.
Provided to YouTube by Warner Classics Élégie, Op. 24 · Jacqueline du Pré · Gerald Moore The Sound of Jacqueline Du Pré ℗ A Warner Classics release, ℗ 1969, 2001 Parlophone Records Limited Piano: Gerald Moore Cello: Jacqueline du Pré Producer: Suvi Raj Grubb Composer: Gabriel Fauré Auto-generated by YouTube.
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Opname van maandag 26 oktober op de Cello Biënnale Amsterdam: 'Elegie voor Anner Bijlsma' Musici Lidy Blijdorp, cello Doris Hochscheid, cello Ragazze Quartet: Ruña ’t Hart, Jeanita Vriens viool, Annemijn Bergkotte altviool, Rebecca Wise cello Frank van de Laar, piano Frans van Ruth, piano Vera Beths, viool Dirk Luijmes, harmonium Astrid Haring, harp Programma: Luigi Boccherini - Celloconcert in G [Blijdorp] Josef Suk – Elegie Franz Liszt - Elegie nr.1, S.196 Martijn Padding - Homage to (and with) Anner Matthijs Vermeulen - Sonate nr 1 voor cello en piano [Hochscheid] Op 25 juli 2019 overleed onze vriend en mentor, de onvergetelijke cellist Anner Bijlsma. De achtste Cello Biënnale is de eerste waarbij Anner Bijlsma niet meer over onze schouder meekijkt, en met zijn kritische blik ons waarschuwt voor overmoed en ons tegelijkertijd voedt met kleine en grote, onzinnige en geniale ideeën en suggesties. Zonder hem was de Biënnale heel anders geweest, zonder hem zal de Biënnale heel anders zijn. 🎻 Abonneer op dit kanaal: 🤍 🎼 Ontdek meer van NPO Radio 4 op onze website, socials en app! ► Website: 🤍 ► Instagram: 🤍 ► Facebook: 🤍 ► App iOS: 🤍 ► 🤍 🎶 Afspeellijsten: ► Hollandse Helden: 🤍 ► De Klassieken: 🤍 ► De Hart en Ziel Lijst: 🤍 ► Ontspanning: 🤍 ► Mooie animaties: 🤍 #NPORadio4 #Radio4 #Klassiek #zomooiisklassiek
Fragment of the concert Friendship, Resistance, and Protest during the Cello Biënnale 2018. Mischa Maisky (cello) Lily Maisky (piano) More information: 🤍cellobiennale.nl / facebook.com/cellobiennaleamsterdam Video made by Darren Carter
Aida Garifullina & Zoltán Mága “Elegie” J. Massenet, Budapest, PBS special Aida Garifullina official site: 🤍onlyaida.com Instagram: 🤍instagram.com/aidagarifullina
''Élégie'' issu de l'album ''Kipe ya yo (Vis ta vie)'' de Wenge BCBG et JB Mpiana sorti le 23 févier 2007. A/C: Bogus Bompema Chants: Bogus Bompema, JB Mpiana, JD Loko ℗ 2007 Ets Ndiaye
Info: 🤍 Polish Nationwide Music Schools' Symphonic Orchestras Competition. Szymanowski School of Music Symphony Orchestra, Wrocław (Wroclaw, Breslau, Vratislavia) Poland Anna Grondalska - cello Marcin Grabosz - conductor Ogólnopolski Konkurs Orkiestr Szkolnych Szkół Muzycznych II stopnia 2013, Orkiestra Symfoniczna Ogólnokształcącej Szkoły Muzycznej I i II stopnia im. Karola Szymanowskiego we Wrocławiu Gabriel Fauré - Elegia op. 24 #MarcinGrabosz
Leoš Janáček Elegie na smrt dcery Olgy Ivo Žídek Pěvecký sbor Československého rozhlasu Jan Kasal Jan Panenka Studio recording, Prague, 29.IV.1958
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Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Elegie · Secret Garden Once In A Red Moon ℗ 2001 Universal Music A/S Released on: 2001-01-01 Associated Performer, Piano: Rolf Løvland Associated Performer, Violin: Fionnuala Sherry Composer Lyricist: Rolf Løvland Auto-generated by YouTube.
This is G. Faure Elegie ( Elegy ) cello solo part play through with the middle part of the piece performed in slow tempo to help cello students in working on this music with or without help from cello teacher. Gabriel Fauré was a French composer, organist, pianist and teacher. He was one of the famous French composers of his generation. Elegie in C minor op 24 is one of the most popular cello pieces. It is published in Suzuki cello book 8. Among Gabriel Fauré other best-known works are his Pavane, Requiem, Sicilienne, nocturnes for piano and the songs "Après un rêve" and "Clair de lune". 0:00 Gabriel Faure Elegie in c minor op 24 cello solo part 7:17 middle part tempo eighth note = 40 9:17 middle part tempo eighth note = 60 Would you consider becoming a supporter of Cellopedia? It would help me to find more time to make new videos, and I would be happy to thank you with exclusive access to special perks. 🤍 Complete Cello Course for Beginners. To get 25% off discount, follow this link 🤍 Pre-Intermediate Cello Course - D. Popper 15 Easy Studies Op.76a To get 25% off, follow this link 🤍 Intermediate Cello Course on Udemy. S. Lee Melodic and Progressive Etudes Op.31 Here is a link to get 25% off coupon 🤍 The best set of strings that will make a difference: 1/4 size 🤍 1/2 size 🤍 3/4 size 🤍 4/4 size 🤍 Best #CelloGifts! Treat yourself or your kids with a reward after they learn a difficult piece! 🤍 . Become Cellopedia supporter and get members only access to edited sheets music, play along videos 🤍 MANY THANKS to Cellopedia Patreon supporters: Luigi Boccherini tier K. Jowett, Y. Shure Alfredo Piatti tier T. Blair, I. Rebustini, K.Wong Jean-Louis Duport tier A. Sadri, A. Von Flugelhorn, Big mandolin, C. Bennett, C. Ann, D. Berquist, D. Dunn, E. Ghinaglia, G. Luckjiff, I. Kristjansdottir, I. Bultynck, J. Boyken, J. Wernicke, K. Roberts, K. Taylor, Maggie M, M. Cordero, M. Holmes, Mei, Natalia, P. Muller, P. Moore, P. Ospina, P. Grant, S Lee, S. Willoughby, S. Ortega, T. Greve, T. Anderson, Witt Family Fridrich Dotzauer tier Julieh, A. Laporta,A. Anderson, B. Brown, Bethany, C. Whitfield, C. Bacus, C. Chen, D. Tsen, D. McKinney, D. Rivenburg, E. Schneider, E. Weeks, g2jasper, G. Williams, G. Kolibri, H. O’Reilly, J. Dadoun, J. Cecil, J. Pedalino, K. Blackden-Dickinson, K. Brown, Kent, K. Williams, M. Wierzbicki, M. Vervelaki, M. Diggins, N. Whines, O. Klingel, P. Dijkhuizen, P. Youell, P. Geelen, R. Rizzi, Shibumi11, Stephane G, S. Betteridge, T. Handa, T. Ashworth, T. Schumacher, T. Hargraves, Trey, V. Meltzer, Y. Qian
rok 1982 Text: Ranní rock 1. Ráno zakrývá, šedé plátno v bílém rámu pod něj utíkám, noční ledy v sobě lámu okřídlený kůň, chvátá do dvanácti taktů cválá na chůdách, přes tónů plnou pláň. 2. Roky krásných snů, šplhám do svých prvních přání strunám dávám blues, balím si jej do svítání tóny kreslí rám, já vím je to dávno zvadlý jenom taktů pár, voní po výškách. Rf.: Rock sám - valí se dál. Rock sám - valí se dál. Rock sám - valí se dál. Rock sám - valí se dál.
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