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Download Frank Wess ‎– Opus In Swing ( Full Album ) mp4 download free video

Flute – Frank Wess Bass – Eddie Jones Drums – Kenny Clarke Guitar [Solo Guitar] – Kenny Burrell Rhythm Guitar – Freddie Greene 1 Kansas City Side 2 Southern Exposure 3 Over The Rainbow 4 Wess Side 5 East Wind Recorded - Recorded June 20, 1956 Why search for your favorite music in my channel? Because i m always trying to name the musicians, place and date of the recordings! Please let me know if i have missed something Make it easy on yourself check my playlists, or search my channel for your favorite artist song Subscribe yourself to the channel to keep up with the latest uploads Have Fun!! I Will remove any video if asked too And most of all !!! I hope that , trough these video s, i have inspired you to go and get the original recordings because there is nothing like the original!! So that s what i m doing it for Go to your local recordstore, the internet or whatever, and get the original!! Enjoy !!! FAIR USE DISCLAIMER I do not own copyright for this copyrighted artwork, but under Section 107 United States Copyright Law as noted by the United States Copyright Office (Copyright Act 1976), allowance is made for fair use for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research I state here in a good faith that I have made and uploaded here this copy of this copyrighted artwork completely for the purposes of teaching and research, that my action - i e my production of the copy of this copyrighted artwork and sharing of it here on Youtube in this particular case - is totally non-profit, and that I believe that my production of this copy of this copyrighted artwork and sharing of it here in Youtube in this particular case can only increase value of this copyrighted artwork and produce only positive effects for this copyrighted artwork in its potential ma

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Download Performans Performance Murat Opus, Meriç Demirkol & Levent Özer mp4 download free video

Please scroll down for English Müzisyen Murat Opus un SALT Galata daki Hüseyin Bahri Alptekin Koleksiyonu nu yeniden yorumladığı Üç Partisyon, Üç Ses İçinden Müzik Geçen Kütüphane projesine paralel olarak düzenlenen performansta Opus a, müzisyenler Meriç Demirkol ve Levent Özer eşlik edecek Proje, Alptekin in koleksiyonundan Punk - Bir Altkültürün Oluşumu, Schoenberg Remembered Diaries and Recollections, 1938-76 ve Tropical Truth A Story of Music and Revolution in Brazil adlı kitaplarla diyaloğa geçiyor Elektro akustik bir yapı etrafında buluşan üç müzisyen, performansta, bu kitapların ele aldığı üç ayrı döneme ses ve müzik diliyle gönderme yapmayı amaçlıyor Temel uğraşı "Live Conduction" ve elektro akustik müzik olan Murat Opus bu akımlar üzerine projeler üretiyor, ulusal ve uluslararası alanda disiplinlerarası çalışmalar yürütüyor 1990 sonrasında caza yönelen müzisyen Meriç Demirkol müzik çalışmalarına İstanbul da devam ediyor İstanbul Bilgi Üniversitesi Müzik Bölümü nden mezun olan müzisyen Levent Özer müzik çalışmalarını İstanbul da sürdürüyor --- In April, musician Murat Opus reinterpreted the Hüseyin Bahri Alptekin Collection at SALT Galata with his project Three Partitions, Three Sounds A Library That Music Runs Through The performance at SALT Beyoğlu complements the approach of Opus intervention and includes the musicians Meriç Demirkol and Levent Özer In his project, Opus engages in a dialogue with the following three books from the Hüseyin Bahri Alptekin Collection Punk - Bir Altkültürün Oluşumu [Break All Rules Punk Rock and the Making of a Style], Schoenberg Remembered Diaries and Recollections, 1938-76 and Tropical Truth A Story of Music and Revolution in Brazil He aims to touch upon three different periods mentioned in these books via the language of sound and music in the performance at SALT Beyoğlu The event will be performed by three musicians who play around an electro-acoustic structure Murat Opus produces projects in the field of Live Conduction and electro-acoustic music As a musician, who is also interested in the relationship of music alongside other art disciplines, he has been working on local and international projects Musician Meriç Demirkol started to produce projects in the field of jazz music after 1990 He continues his musical activities in İstanbul Musician Levent Özer graduated from İstanbul Bilgi University Music Department He continues his musical activities in İsta

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Download Frédéric Chopin Prelude in E Minor (op 28 no 4) mp4 download free video

Frédéric Chopin-Prelude in E-Minor (op 28 no 4) Played by Aldona Dvarionaite Fryderyk Chopin (Polish Fryderyk [Franciszek] Chopin, sometimes Szopen; French Frédéric [François] Chopin;March 1, 1810 -- October 17, 1849) was a Polish virtuoso pianist and piano composer of the Romantic period He is widely regarded as the greatest Polish composer, and one of the most influential composers for piano in the 19th century Chopin was a genius of universal appeal His music conquers the most diverse audiences When the first notes of Chopin sound through the concert hall there is a happy sigh of recognition All over the world men and women know his music They love it They are moved by it Yet it is not "Romantic music" in the Byronic sense It does not tell stories or paint pictures It is expressive and personal, but still a pure art Even in this abstract atomic age, where emotion is not fashionable, Chopin endures His music is the universal language of human communication When I play Chopin I know I speak directly to the hearts of people! Chopin s music for the piano combined a unique rhythmic sense (particularly his use of rubato), frequent use of chromaticism, and counterpoint This mixture produces a particularly fragile sound in the melody and the harmony, which are nonetheless underpinned by solid and interesting harmonic techniques He took the new salon genre of the nocturne, invented by Irish composer John Field, to a deeper level of sophistication Three of his twenty-one nocturnes were only published after his death in 1849, contrary to his wishes He also endowed popular dance forms, such as the Polish mazurka and the waltz, Viennese Waltz, with a greater range of melody and expression Chopin was the first to write ballades and scherzi as individual pieces Chopin also took the example of Bach s preludes and fugues, transforming the genre in his own preludes Chopin was born in the village of Żelazowa Wola, in the Duchy of Warsaw, to a Polish mother and French-expatriate father and came to be regarded as a child-prodigy pianist In November 1830, at the age of twenty, Chopin went abroad After the suppression of the Polish 1830--31 Uprising, he became one of the many expatriates of the Polish Great Emigration In Paris he made a comfortable living as composer and piano teacher, while giving few public performances A great Polish patriot, in France he used the French version of his given name and, to avoid having to rely on Imperial Russian documents, eventually became a French citizen After some ill-fated romantic involvements with Polish ladies, from 1837 to 1847 he conducted a turbulent relationship with the French writer George Sand (Aurore Dudevant) Always in frail health, at 39 in Paris he succumbed to pulmonary tuberculosis Chopin s extant compositions all include the piano, predominantly alone or as a solo instrument among others Though his music is technically demanding, its style emphasizes nuance and expressive depth rather than technical virtuosity Chopin invented new musical forms such as the ballade,and made major innovations to existing forms such as the piano sonata, waltz, nocturne, étude, impromptu, and prelude His works are mainstays of Romanticism in 19th-century classical music His mazurkas and polonaises remain the cornerstone of Polish national classical music [from Wikip

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Download Milt Jackson Opus De Jazz ( Full Album ) mp4 download free video

Milt Jackson – vibes Frank Wess - tenor saxophone, flute Hank Jones - piano Eddie Jones - bass Kenny Clarke – drums "Opus de Funk" - 13 28 "Opus Pocus" - 7 25 "You Leave Me Breathless" - 6 27 "Opus and Interlude" - 6 30 Recorded - October 28, 1955 Why search for your favorite music in my channel? Because i m always trying to name the musicians, place and date of the recordings! Please let me know if i have missed something Make it easy on yourself check my playlists, or search my channel for your favorite artist song Subscribe yourself to the channel to keep up with the latest uploads Have Fun!! I Will remove any video if asked too And most of all !!! I hope that , trough these video s, i have inspired you to go and get the original recordings because there is nothing like the original!! So that s what i m doing it for Go to your local recordstore, the internet or whatever, and get the original!! Enjoy !!! FAIR USE DISCLAIMER I do not own copyright for this copyrighted artwork, but under Section 107 United States Copyright Law as noted by the United States Copyright Office (Copyright Act 1976), allowance is made for fair use for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research I state here in a good faith that I have made and uploaded here this copy of this copyrighted artwork completely for the purposes of teaching and research, that my action - i e my production of the copy of this copyrighted artwork and sharing of it here on Youtube in this particular case - is totally non-profit, and that I believe that my production of this copy of this copyrighted artwork and sharing of it here in Youtube in this particular case can only increase value of this copyrighted artwork and produce only positive effects for this copyrighted artwork in its potential ma

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Download Sinfonía Nº 1, en Do mayor, Op 21 Ludwig van Beethoven mp4 download free video

Enlace a Lista de Reproducción "Las Nueve Sinfonías de Beethoven" s www youtube com playlist?list PLBTVDJ8AaT7rdv6PQp3aSmaq01j1jEzPF El año 1800 marcó un hito en la evolución de Beethoven El 2 de abril debutó en Viena como compositor sinfónico durante un concierto organizado y financiado por él mismo Beethoven había comenzado a trabajar intensamente en la sinfonía en 1799, completándola al año siguiente La sinfonía, aunque recibida con entusiasmo en su estreno, ya portaba presagios del radicalismo venidero del compositor En esa época, algunos observadores comentaron el uso prominente de instrumentos de viento de la obra, pero pocos se percataron del toque magistral de la 1ª sinfonía comienza con un acorde "erróneo" - acorde de séptima dominante de la tonalidad subdominante de fa mayor y no el esperado acorde de tónica de Do mayor El musicólogo inglés Sir Donald Francis Tovey apodó esta obra "una comedia de modales" Es, en cierto modo, una parodia sobre el estilo y el vocabulario profundamente arraigados del clasicismo mismo, aunque el humor es, sin duda, el propio de Beethoven El movimiento de apertura comienza con la célebre disonancia antes mencionada, que marca el comienzo de la lenta introducción, interrogante e insistente Esto conduce al inicio de la exposición, nuevamente interrogadora en carácter Las fanfarrias añaden un sabor marcial a la música, que se compensa con el grupo del segundo tema, de inclinación más lírica La exposición se repite según la convención clásica y el desarrollo que sigue es conciso y mucho más mordaz en sus formas y no permite el mismo contraste entre elementos melódicos y marciales Ya muy maduro y "estudiado", este desarrollo austero es aliviado sólo cuando llega la recapitulación, ahora con gran contundencia Los diálogos imitativos entre el viento y las cuerdas son predeciblemente clásicos en estilo, como lo es la jubilosa coda El andante parece más tenue y relajado, pero el modo en que permanece el drama latente asociado con la forma sinfónica es particularmente sutil y entretenido Comienza con un motivo fugado, derivado de la creciente tríada armónica escuchada al comienzo de la exposición del primer movimiento y utilizada tan enfáticamente en su coda Un ingenioso pasaje de orquestación se produce al final de la exposición del Andante Figuras de tresillos en los violines y la flauta y acordes de acompañamiento fuera de compás son apoyados por toques regulares de los timbales, tal vez señalando un anticipo del Concierto para Violín Op 61 y de los compases del final del Concierto para Piano Nº 5 "Emperador" La marcación del tercer movimiento plantea la cuestión de si Beethoven podría haberlo destinado a la manera de un majestuoso minueto de Haydn antes de que aumentara la indicación de tempo La energía rítmica incisiva sugiere algo completamente nuevo y el movimiento ya tiene la forma de los scherzos posteriores de Beethoven - lo es en todo excepto en el nombre Si bien un episodio más estático en Re bemol sigue al material principal y la sección central de trío es más reservada, es significativo, sin duda, que varios manuscritos de Beethoven (incluyendo el de su Sinfonía Nº 3 en Mi bemol "Eroica") contienen marcas de tempo del tercer movimiento similares Tovey comparó el explosivo comienzo del final con la liberación de "un gato de un saco" Toda la orquesta toca al unísono un acorde "fortissimo" de Sol mayor, la dominante, un efecto que evoca la lenta introducción del primer movimiento El motivo principal se deriva de algo tan simple como una escala ascendente sobre la tónica, pero a lo largo del movimiento, el uso por Beethoven de figuras escalares se vuelve cada vez más obsesivo, mientras el tema es escuchado en una variedad de tonalidades y a menudo se escucha invertido, cuando varios instrumentos participan en un diálogo El desarrollo presenta un atrevido tratamiento armónico del tema de escala y Beethoven emplea mucho contrapunto denso antes de que la obra termine en una positiva y triunfante reafirmación en Do mayor ~ Michael Jameson, Rovi Read more www allmusic com composition symphony-no-1-in-c-major-op-21-mc0002366667 Sinfonía Nº 1, en Do mayor, Opus 21 Compositor Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827) Fecha de composición 1800 1ª interpretación "k k Hoftheater nächst der Burg" (Burgtheater) de Viena, 2 de abril de 1800, bajo la dirección de L van Beethoven Dedicatoria barón Gottfried van Swieten (1733-1803) 1ª edición Hoffmeister & Kühnel (Leipzig), 1801 Movimientos I Adagio molto - Allegro con brio (00 50) II Andante cantabile con moto (10 32) III Menuetto Allegro molto e vivace (17 06) IV Finale Adagio - Allegro molto e vivace (20 33) Intérpretes West--Eastern Divan Orchestra Daniel Barenboim, director desde el Royal Albert Hall de Londres (BBC - Proms

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Download Opus D Funk Johnny Hiland at the 2016 Dallas International Guitar Show mp4 download free video

Opus D Funk - Performed by Johnny Hiland at the 2016 Dallas International Guitar Show 01 Day 2 4-30-16 Johnny Hiland (guitar & vocals), Mike Barrow (guitar), T J Armstrong (bass), Bruce Guthrie (Drums) ___________________ Johnny Hiland Johnny Hiland’s unique guitar virtuosity is only made that much more impressive when you learn he was born with an eye disease that renders him legally blind Though this must have been somewhat of a hindrance to initially learning to play, he took up the guitar at the very young age of 2 He won the “Talent America Contest” in New York City when he was only 10 Until he turned 15 he played in a band bluegrass with his sister, Jodi, and brother, Jerry They called themselves “The 3 J’s ” In high school his taste in music broadened as he became interested in the great rock guitarists, among them Eddie Van Halen and Joe Satriani He then attended the University of Southern Maine while studying history The pull of performing music professionally turned out to be too strong to resist and he dropped out after 3 years to move to Nashville It wasn’t long before his live act attracted interest He was the first Nashville musician to be offered an endorsement deal from Fender without being signed to a label In addition to his love of performing, Hiland has found a passion for teaching others to play In 2014 teamed up with Truefire to release a series of instructional videos titled “Ten Gallon Guitar” He also owns a studio that he uses to produce other musicians as well as record session guitar tracks for various artists His manager called Steve Vai and left one of Hiland’s demos on Via’s voicemail, which earned Hiland a record deal on Vai’s Favored Nations record label He worked for two years preparing his self-titled debut album, which was comprised of country and rock instrumentals and released in 2004 He has also become a successful session guitarists for well-known artists such as Ricky Skaggs, Toby Keith, and Randy Travis You’re sure to see in these performances from the Dallas International Guitar Festival in 2016, that Hiland is on a level all his own He is the modern king of chicken pickin’ guitar playing __________________ Please leave a comment below with your thoughts If you found this video interesting, give it a like If you know someone who would love to see this video, share it Add this video to a playlist if you would like to watch it later Check Out That’s Live TV’s YouTube Channel s www youtube com c ThatsLiveTV-music-video-entertainment-network Check Out That’s Live TV’s Network Website www thatslivetv com Please Share This Video www thatslivetv com videos opus-d-funk-johnny-hiland-at-the-dallas-international-guitar-show 299 html Like That’s Live TV on Facebook s www facebook com Thats-Live-TV-1113488198672803 Follow That’s Live TV on Twitter s twitter com thatslivetv Browse Related Videos www thatslivetv com videos bluesberry-jam-johnny-hiland-at-the-dallas-international-guitar-show 295 html www thatslivetv com videos -thats-alright-mama-johnny-hiland-at-the-dallas-international-guitar-show 296 html www thatslivetv com videos try-your-love-on-me-by-chris-duarte 180 html www thatslivetv com videos shes-fine-by-chris-duarte 179 html www thatslivetv com videos goin-down-gary-hoey-at-the-2016-dallas-international-guitar-show-5-01-16 140 html www thatslivetv com videos bootmill-blues-by-gary-hoey-at-the-2016-dallas-international-guitar-show 289 html www thatslivetv com videos hocus-pocus-gary-hoey-at-the-2016-dallas-international-guitar-show-4-29-16 139

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Download Rachmaninoff 10 Preludes Op 23 (Lugansky) mp4 download free video

It s not easy to think of a composer who was Chopin s match in writing miniatures, but Rachmaninoff at least comes very close His preludes are marvels of textural innovation, harmonic imagination, gorgeous counterpoint (Rachmaninoff s brilliance at counterpoint is really not noticed often enough), and lyricism in all its forms -- bleak, sweeping, stark, doleful, lush (Individual de ions below ) Lugansky s performances are some of my favourites I think of him as being for Rachmaninoff what Rubinstein was for Chopin There s nothing bloated or forced about his style, and it manages to find a perfect middle ground between harsh, steely banginess (a bit easy too easy to slip into with Rachmaninoff) and saccharine melodrama The melodies are clear, the counterpoint well-formed, the tempi judicious, the musical peaks and troughs clear even in the densest passages In some passages Lugansky also reveals a gift for startling coloration With music as naturally rich as Rachmaninoff s the result is a fantastic listening experience, completely bereft of the sense of weary struggle and stiffness you sometimes get 1 Largo, F-sharp minor -- 0 00 2 *Maestoso, B-flat major -- 3 26 Lugansky s performance is both thunderously exuberant and tightly controlled The LH melodies in the middle section are impeccably outlined 4 23 onward 3 Tempo di minuetto, D minor -- 6 53 Note the striking canonic passage with diminuition at 9 28 4 Andante cantabile, D major -- 10 27 Unorthodox harmonies scaffolding a simple but marvelous melody 5 *Alla marcia, G minor -- 15 04 Yet again, more striking counterpoint from 16 48 onward 6 *Andante, E-flat major -- 18 52 Note how carefully Lugansky parses the minor voices in an already contrapuntally dense prelude E g 20 15 7 *Allegro, C minor -- 22 04 One of Rachmaninoff s best Lugansky produces some stunning bell-like sounds [22 28] and dynamic changes [23 27] 8 Allegro vivace, A-flat major -- 24 28 9 Presto, E-flat minor -- 27 41 10 *Largo, G-flat major -- 29 27 This neglected prelude features some of Rachmanioff s starkest and most beautiful counterpoint [31 35++] played with impeccable clarity, with some lovely harmonic turns and arpeggiation thrown into the mix [see e g , 32 3

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Download Daniel Barenboim Beethoven Piano Concerto No 3 in C minor Op 37 mp4 download free video

From the Klavierfestival Ruhr in the Jahrhunderthalle Bochum Daniel Barenboim, soloist and conductor Staatskapelle Berlin 0 00 I Allegro con brio (18 07) 18 03 II Largo (9 59) 28 05 III Rondo Allegro (10 01) In time for his 65th birthday in 2007, Daniel Barenboim has completed a cycle of Beethoven s piano concertos Recorded live at the prestigious Klavier-Festival Ruhr in May 2007, this recording reflects both a very individual and special reading of Beethoven’s music and the artist’s life-long dedication to the composer Daniel Barenboim is one of the most prolific and high-profile artists performing on international stages today and Beethoven’s masterpieces have been a key part of his repertoire throughout his career, both as conductor and as pianist Beethoven himself was a keyboard virtuoso of almost awesome abilities who created a sensation wherever he played It is no wonder, therefore, that the piano was central to Beethoven’s overall output Daniel Barenboim, artistic personality and former wunderkind, long an essential part of the international musical scene both on the conductor’s podium and at the piano, is the perfect match for this demanding music Conducting and playing at the same time, Barenboim chose his orchestra of almost two decades, the Staatskapelle Berlin, which he has praised warmly for its exceptional, dark and warm sound With a tradition reaching back to 1570, the Staatskapelle Berlin is one of the oldest orchestras in the world Barenboim plays Beethoven brings together two musical masterminds New compositional worlds We tend to forget that when Ludwig van Beethoven left his home town of Bonn at the end of 1792 and, still only twenty-two years old, travelled to Vienna to receive the "spirit of Mozart from Haydn s hands", it was above all as a pianist that he created a sensation (lt is worth adding parenthetically that this was in fact Beethoven s second visit to Vienna, but on this occasion he settled in the city for good ) He was a keyboard virtuoso of almost awesome abilities, taking part in contests with rival pianists which, hugely popular with the general public, were applauded frenetically and invariably ended with Beethoven wiping the floor with his worsted opponents Not only did this create a furore, it also caused alarm "This is no human being, but the devil himself," exclaimed the Abbé Gelinek, who as a composer and pianist was acclaimed for his improvisations but who bad just been defeated by Beethoven in one such contest Vienna had never known anything like it "The very devil is in this young man," Gelinek went on; such playing was unprecedented "He can overcome difticulties and produce effects on the piano that we could never have imagined in our wildest dreams " In short, wo may imagine the young Beethoven as the pianist of our dreams Audiences lay at his feet Particularly famous is an account by Carl Czerny, one of Beethoven s piano pupils, who describes bis mentor s gifts as an improviser "In whatever company he might chance to be, he knew how to achieve such an effect upon every listener that frequently not an eye remained dry, while many would break out into loud sobs, for there was something wonderful in his expression in addition to the beauty and originality of his ideas " Beethoven was a romantic seducer who used the black and white keys of the piano as the means by which to ensorcell his listeners But he was also an infernal charlatan "After ending an improvisation of this kind," Czerny went on, "he would burst into loud laughter and banter bis hearers on the emotion he had caused in them " lt is no wonder, therefore, that the piano was central to Beethoven s overall output Like Mozart before him, he wrote much for bis own use and, hence, for his triumphant public appearances, which brought him not only success and fame but also money and the goodwill of his patrons In total, Beethoven wrote five concertos for piano and orchestra, although some writers would argue that he wrote seven, including an early work in E flat major from bis years in Bonn, Wo04, of which only the solo part has survived, and an arrangement of his famous Violin Concerto, Op 61, which he reworked as a piano concerto, Op 61a The five main piano concertos were written between 1788 and 1809 and therefore cover a period of some two decades This period witnessed a tremendous development in Beethoven s style, a shift that can be traced step by step in the individual concertos Each has its own style, its characteristic sound world and its own architecture It is as if Beethoven opened up a new compositional world each new conc

426443 views | 2468 likes | EuroArtsChannel | 2015-04-14 16:00:00
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Download Daniel Barenboim Beethoven Piano Concerto No 5 in E flat major Op 73 mp4 download free video

From the Klavierfestival Ruhr in the Jahrhunderthalle Bochum, 2007 Daniel Barenboim, soloist and conductor Staatskapelle Berlin 0 00 I Allegro (21 09) 21 00 II Adagio un poco moto (8 09) 29 17 III Rondo Allegro (12 04) The world of music initially reacted less enthusiastically to Beethoven s Fifth Piano Concerto in E-flat Major, Op 73 "The excessive length of the composition", wrote one reviewer, following the work s first public performance at a Gewandhaus concert in Leipzig on 28 November 1811, "reduced the overall effect that this glorious product of the composer s mind would undoubtedly otherwise have produced " On the one hand, the critic was not entirely wrong, for the Fifth Piano Concerto is Beethoven s longest piano concerto, and in its heroic "Eroica" key of E fiat major is certainly a "glorious product of the composer s mind" But with the best will in the world it is impossible to claim that it falls to produce an "overall effect" Quite the opposite, in fact The Fifth is the most effective of Beethoven s five piano concertos and one of the most popular of all contributions to the medium Outside the German-speaking world the work s special status is acknowledged by de ions of it as the "Emperor", "L Empéreur" and "Imperatore" This alternative name was not Beethoven s but probably derives from his friend and publisher Johann Baptist Cramer In spite of its inauthenticity, it goes straight to the heart of the matter, for no piano concerto begins on a more majestic or a more resplendent note Three times the full orchestra intones a radiant chord and three times the solo piano responds with a bravura cadenza before the orchestra introduces the main theme At the climax of the development section, orchestra and solo instrument engage in a veritable battle fought out over harshly dotted rhythms from which they emerge as equals And even in the soloist s cadenza, the orchestra refuses to fall completely silent but engages in a subtle dialogue with the piano In none of his other piano concertos was Beethoven as successful in forging a novel synthesis between concertante writing and the gestural language of the symp

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