“no silêncio da noite…” por Lídia Rocha – Time Lapse — A Viagem dos Argonautas

“Time Lapse” é uma melodia de Ludovico Einaudi, um pianista compositor de música erudita italiano. Iniciou a sua carreira no início dos anos 1980 com criações de música erudita, porém desde logo incorporou outros estilos e géneros musicais (pop, rock, world music e folk music).

“no silêncio da noite…” por Lídia Rocha – Time Lapse — A Viagem dos Argonautas

Alte Musik und junge Stimmen beim Festival in Roggenburg (Bayern) — Volkers Klassikseiten J.S. Bach

ROGGENBURG Diademus: Alte Musik und junge Stimmen beim Festival in Roggenburg! Das Roggenburger Festival trumpft bei seiner zweiten Auflage mit renommierten Künstlern auf – wie dem Tölzer Knabenchor. Warum Organisator Benno Schachtner trotzdem bangen muss. Von Marcus Golling Derzeit braucht Benno Schachtner abends öfters ein Gläschen Wein – zum Runterkommen. „Es ist eine aufregende Zeit“, sagt der Intendant […]

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ALL OF BACH veröffentlicht das Orgelwerk – BWV 730 “Liebster Jesu, wir sind hier” — Volkers Klassikseiten J.S. Bach

ALL OF BACH veröffentlicht das Orgelwerk – BWV 730 “Liebster Jesu, wir sind hier” Einfache Feierlichkeit ! Eine tiefe Sehnsucht verläuft in einem raschen Tempo zur Erfüllung. Einfachheit kann manchmal trügerisch sein. Die Melodie, die Bach arrangiert, begleitet ein bescheidenes, nach innen gerichtetes Gebet von Tobias Clausnitzer. Die Hymne besteht aus nur zwei kurzen […]

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Mestres do Barroco Mineiro – Séc. XVIII – vol. 2/2: Lobo de Mesquita: Antífona de Nossa Senhora & Ignacio Parreira Neves: Credo & Marcos Coelho: Maria Mater Gratiae & Francisco Gomes da Rocha: Novena de Nossa Senhora do Pilar | P.Q.P. Bach

Fonte: Mestres do Barroco Mineiro – Séc. XVIII – vol. 2/2: Lobo de Mesquita: Antífona de Nossa Senhora & Ignacio Parreira Neves: Credo & Marcos Coelho: Maria Mater Gratiae & Francisco Gomes da Rocha: Novena de Nossa Senhora do Pilar | P.Q.P. Bach

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ginsburg to make opera debut | Reuters

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg will make her opera debut next month in Donizetti’s “Daughter of the Regiment” at Washington’s Kennedy Center, the opera company said on Friday.

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Buchbinder looks back at 65 years of pianism

For many decades, the Austrian pianist Rudolf Buchbinder has been regaling the international musical world with a cultured, masterful approach to the keyboard repertoire. Yet, Buchbinder’s local appearances have been few and sporadic — a solo recital here, a visit with a touring orchestra there — and even those have not necessarily garnered the attention they’re due. Buchbinder spoke recently by phone from Munich, where he was about to perform Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 1 with Mariss Jansons and the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra. The latter part of this year will include a number of performances marking your 70th birthday. When I first recorded the complete Beethoven sonatas more than 35 years ago, I had certain ideas about these pieces. […] the music critic Joachim Kaiser told me, “Rudi, now that you understand the pieces, you must record them again.” Do you look back on the earlier recordings now and take issue with some of your interpretive decisions? […] when I play Beethoven it changes every day. When you’re a child you can play a piece like that absolutely right, simply by instinct. Were you raised in a musical family? Throughout my time there I never had a lesson alone — the whole class was always there listening. If someone was playing a Brahms concerto, the lesson would take two hours; if it was a Haydn sonata, maybe 45 minutes. Q: […] all the other students were observing? Joshua Kosman is The San Francisco Chronicle’s music critic. Michael Tilson Thomas conducts the orchestra, with pianist Rudolf Buchbinder, in music of Allegri, Mozart and Brahms. 8 p.m. Thursday-Saturday, Oct. 27-29; 2 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 30. $35-$129.

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