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 Voices of Music
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Несколько аутентичных исполнений коллектива Voices of Music и Cynthia Freivogel (видео Full HD и 4K).

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Vivaldi Four Seasons: Spring — пока нет // уже есть
Vivaldi Four Seasons: Summer
Vivaldi Four Seasons: Autumn — пока нет // всё ещё нет
Vivaldi Four Seasons: Winter

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Voices of Music и Alana Youssefian

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Vivaldi Four Seasons: Spring

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Vivaldi Concerto in D Major RV 212 "St. Antonio"

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 Rosary Sonatas
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The Rosary Sonatas (also known as the Mystery Sonatas) by Heinrich Ignaz Franz Biber (1644–1704) are a collection of 15 short sonatas for violin and continuo, with a final passacaglia for solo violin.

It is presumed that the Mystery Sonatas were completed around 1676, but they were unknown until their publication in 1905.

The 15 Mysteries of the Rosary, practiced in the so-called “Rosary processions” since the 13th century, are meditations on important moments in the life of Christ and the Virgin Mary.

The 15 Mysteries are divided into three cycles. The 15 sonatas are organized into the same three cycles: five Joyful Mysteries, five Sorrowful Mysteries and five Glorious Mysteries.

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Biber: The Rosary Sonatas – Andrew Manze & Richard Egarr
44 tracks – 2 hours, 21 minutes, 52 seconds
Amazon Reviews: CDs of 2005 & CDs of 2016

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Biber: Passacaglia in G Minor "Guardian Angel" – Gabrielle Wunsch
10:23 (Wunsch) vs 9:21 (Manze)

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 Khatia Buniatishvili
Сообщение13.03.2021, 13:14 
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Rachmaninoff Piano Concertos Nos. 2 & 3 — Khatia Buniatishvili

Rachmaninoff: Piano Concerto No. 2 in C Minor, Op. 18 & Piano Concerto No. 3 in D Minor, Op. 30
Piano: Khatia Buniatishvili
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra & Paavo Järvi
2017 Sony Music Entertainment
Released on: 2017-03-10
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Исполнение Кати (Хатии) концертов Рахманинова дает ощущение необыкновенной свежести, как будто ей неведомо, как исполняли это до неё. Просто взяла ноты и заиграла.

Некоторые профессионалы это называют отсутствием школы. Но это совсем не то.

Эта девушка настолько владеет искусством игры на фортепиано, настолько эмоциональна, обладает такой необыкновенной способностью перестраиваться от щемящей нежности к яростной страсти, что диву даешься, как это ей удается и откуда это всё у неё.

Однако, она никого не копирует и никому не подражает. Наконец, она просто красавица.
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Исполнение Кати (Хатии) концертов Рахманинова дает ощущение необыкновенной свежести...
Вот насколько я не поклонник и не слушатель Рахманинова, и то — прослушал этот альбом дважды подряд (и ещё, верно, переслушаю, и не раз).

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Khatia Buniatishvili – Erik Satie: Gymnopedie No.1
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Khatia Buniatishvili’s new music video for "Gymnopedie No.1" by Erik Satie from her new album "Labyrinth."

"Labyrinth" explores the unfathomable quest that is human life. It plots a filmic course through hesitance, wistfulness, sensuality, pleasure and pain – all seen through the eyes of a woman enlightened by self-reflection and wisdom. Recorded at La Grande Salle Pierre Boulez at the Philharmonie de Paris, the album occupies its own half-real domain, drawing on the evocative language of composers from Scarlatti to Morricone and from Bach to Glass.

The labyrinth, says the French-Georgian pianist, is "our fate and creation; our impasse and deliverance; the polyphony of life, senses, reawakened dreams and the neglected present; unexpected and expected turnings of the said or unsaid ... The labyrinth of our mind."

International release date: October 9, 2020
Labyrinth at YouTube

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 Bach. English Suites. Masaaki Suzuki. Harpsichord
Сообщение28.04.2021, 23:00 
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Bach. English Suites. Masaaki Suzuki. Harpsichord
37 tracks – 2 hours, 33 minutes

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Without much fanfare, Masaaki Suzuki has finished recording much of Bach’s great keyboard works;

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Suzuki is recorded, as in previous volumes, in the Kobe Shoin Women’s University Chapel in Japan, playing the same instrument – a two manuals Harpsichord by Willem Kroesbergen, built in 1982 after a copy of an enlarged Ruckers. It’s a seductive, rich in sonority instrument, that Suzuki uses to the fullest. This is especially true in the Sarabandes, where the artist often thickens the musical argument with broken chords in the left hand (the fourth, track 4 in the second CD, is particularly lovely).

Review: Bach – English Suites – Masaaki Suzuki, Harpsichord
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 Bach. Partitas. Masaaki Suzuki. Harpsichord
Сообщение29.04.2021, 07:09 
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Bach. Partitas. Masaaki Suzuki. Harpsichord
40 tracks – 2 hours, 41 minutes

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Listeners familiar with other recordings in Masaaki Suzuki’s ongoing traversal of Bach’s solo keyboard works may find his performances of the Partitas somewhat of an anomaly. <...> The interpretive agenda this time is much subtler and decidedly more introverted. Not only does his choice of relatively moderate-to-slow tempos throughout (and his observance of all repeats) make this performance one of the longest ever–each CD of this two-disc set extends beyond 80 minutes–there also is a sense of deeply considered involvement with the way phrases are turned, details attended to, and passages executed. Like Bach, who esteemed these compositions highly, Suzuki’s performances suggest admiration, even occasionally excessive adoration.

J.S. Bach: Keyboard Partitas Suzuki
ClassicsToday
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It is important to recognise the strengths and nature of the recorded sound. As ever with BIS, the sound is powerfully captured, clear and directly focused. But played at a 'normal' volume it is somewhat overpowering, larger than life as it were. Play the disc at a lower setting and everything seems much more natural and pleasing.

J.S. Bach: Keyboard Partitas Suzuki
MusicWeb International

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 Kaikhosru Sorabji: Le Jardin Parfumé (Eric Xi Xin Liang)
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Kaikhosru Sorabji: Le Jardin Parfumé (Eric Xi Xin Liang)

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Recorded on March 12th, 2021 at home. Learned and refined in approximately 38 hours. Listen with headphones for the best experience!

(If you have heard this piece before, I recommend looking at the score. If you haven't, I recommend listening to this at night or during some relaxing activity since it's a nocturne, while not looking at the score.)

(Also, pardon the visual cuts. They are for removing the few seconds that I take to flip each page.)

What a unique experience it was to progress through this gorgeous nocturne! This took much longer than I expected to complete, but perhaps I initially underestimated how challenging some of the passages are. Rhythmically, the polyrhythms are so complex that I found it a challenge to play them in a consistent manner while practising.

There's basically everything a pianist might fear in a piece here: slow tempo, embellishing runs without strict meter, complex polyrhythms, constant tonal migration, non-obvious melodic phrasing, constant dynamic restraint, 3 - 4 staves, chord and tremolo sequences frequently exceeding (normal) hand span, and the need for necessary tempo manipulation to push the music forward. Truly, this piece is a monster, with some of the above traits not found in Sorabji's piano sonatas and Opus Clavicembalisticum. But I'm very glad to have tackled these challenges and found new strategies for overcoming them.

Btw, the purpose of the black and white filter on this video is to thematically accompany the fact that this is a nocturne, a piece to be reminiscent of the night, where the rods in our eyes take over the cones at which we perceive most things in black and white rather than in colour.

At time of recording, Eric is a 4th year Computer Science student at the University of Waterloo.
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Fantastic interpetation. This might be one of the best recordings along with Solomon's.

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