Track 2 from my 1st classical CD
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Track 2 from my 1st classical CD
8 г. назад
Just fiddlin round... need some real musicians instead of this midi backing! mp3 of this vid @ http://www.box.net/shared/aqqd2oukgv | Backing track @ http://www.box.net/shared/kl9nf6ct6n | Sheet Music @ https://www.box.com/s/41llsnubc03o43anveke My classical album on cd baby http://cdbaby.com/cd/rsboyce
8 г. назад
Happy Mothers Day Mum. My own arrangment of La Vie en Rose.
3 г. назад
Stringspace string quartet musicians performing Pachelbel's Canon. -- Find us at: http://www.stringspace.com.au http://www.facebook.com/stringspace http://www.youtube.com/StringspaceLive http://instagram.com/stringspace http://www.paperpark.com.au Production: Stringspace & Red Rug If you are a fan of Stringspace please make a donation to our tip jar or SHARE our clips in as many different ways as you can! Thank You! -- Stringspace Booking Agency -- String quartets, string orchestras & jazz bands - weddings, events, recordings, concerts & TV/film. Sorry, we don't distribute or sell our sheet music arrangements. Please contact us if you are interested in hiring Stringspace for an event OR for mp3 recordings: email@example.com. Thank You! Stringspace are based in Australia.
8 г. назад
Sheet music and TAB's can be purchased and downloaded at https://shop.per-olovkindgren.com/?s=canon+in+d&post_type=product This arrangement is also on my 3rd CD called "AIR". I play music by: Dowland, Galilei, Weiss, Bach, Handel, Albinoni and Pachelbel. You can download it from my website http://www.shop.per-olovkindgren.com and also listen to sound samples there. This is not exactly a "canon". It's more a Passacaglia. The "vamp" D A Bm F#m G D G A. is repeated all the time with variations. I hope you like my version. Love and Peace, Per-Olov Kindgren
6 г. назад
Looking to learn some Christmas jingles for the season? Our sponsor "flowkey" has you covered! Once you're finished, try your hands on a huge selection of popular tunes including pop songs, game themes, and much more! Try it for FREE today: http://tinyurl.com/pianoreaders-flowkey - - - - - There are many different arrangements of Canon. This version, named "Variations on the Kanon", was arranged by George Winston. It's also called "Canon in C" because it's in the key of C Major. ** NEW version with left/right hands separation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SbmeMwrQHKs ** Canon in B: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pat89AmTDw8 - - - - - Make sure to subscribe for more Synthesia videos like this one! Google+: https://plus.google.com/+pianoREADERchannel
9 г. назад
Pachelbel Canon, Classical music. Johann Pachelbel - Canon in D Major from "London Symphony Orchestra Plays Great Classics" Johann Pachelbel Canon or Kanon baroque christmas classical music song songs the London Symphony Orchestra the "London Symphony Orchestra Play Great Classics"
5 г. назад
► Get our latest album "UNCHARTED" here: http://hubs.ly/H04ZSnT0 ► WE'RE ON TOUR! http://goo.gl/fmybn0 ► DOWNLOAD THIS SONG: http://goo.gl/X24DQi ► GET TPG SHEET MUSIC: http://goo.gl/d2z7Uk ________________________ ► Also Order “Uncharted” here: ► iTunes - http://smarturl.it/Uncharted-itunes ► Amazon - http://smarturl.it/Uncharted-dlx-cd ► Google Play - http://smarturl.it/Uncharted-gp ► Listen to tracks from the new album “Uncharted” here: ► Spotify - http://smarturl.it/Uncharted-str ► Apple Music - http://smarturl.it/Uncharted-am ________________________ ► SUBSCRIBE: http://smarturl.it/TPGsubscribe1 ► FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/PianoGuys ► TWITTER: http://www.twitter.com/PianoGuys Special thanks to Underfunded Film Productions for the green screen rental. - http://ufprentals.com Story behind the song: Ask any cellist. They'll tell you about what's it's like to play the cello part of Pachelbel's Canon in D. It's the same 8 notes over and over and over again. The good news is, it's easy to memorize. The bad news is you don't know when to stop. There's a rumor floating around that says Pachelbel either died while writing it, never finishing the cello part or that he dated a cellist and it did NOT go well. This arrangement is dedicated to all the cellists that have fallen asleep while playing this song...or at least wanted to fall asleep. Steven Sharp Nelson actually began writing this arrangement while bored at a wedding. Ahem...all the bitter cello-malice aside, Pachelbel's Canon in D (written in the 1600's) has stood the test of time -- celebrated as the most recognizable piece of classical music. We like to call it the "one-hit wonder of the 1600's." It really is an amazingly catchy piece of music. It demonstrates the musical form of the "canon," when a melody is played and then repeated in a round by other voices. (watch how the melodies are passed from one cello to the next - right to left) ALL THE SOUNDS YOU HEAR WERE CREATED BY THE CELLO -- bowing, plucking, strumming, and beating the cello any way possible. This arrangement was written before ThePianoGuys posted our first video, "Michael Meets Mozart" - but we hesitated to film it because of how involved the idea was. We've never used "extras" before! So we put it off. And put it off. And then put if off some more. One day Al van der Beek was skimming through our thousands of messages on Facebook and happened to see one with the title "wedding" in the subject line. A woman emailed us about an opportunity to film at a big magazine spread wedding photo shoot. It was perfect--they would have the location, flowers, actors, and even a cake. Everything we'd need. To make a long story short, we excitedly scheduled our video shoot for the same day as their photo shoot, but a few days prior to the day it fell apart. After much discussion, we determined to move forward on faith that we could still work it out. Paul Anderson marshaled all sorts of connections and called on whomever he could and by nothing short of a miracle in a matter of days the wedding was all planned -- complete with a beautiful location, stunning decor, sharp tuxedos, fancy flowers, a photogenic bride and groom, 60 energetic guests, and an iced cake! The piece at the beginning that is just ending is Steven Sharp Nelson's 4-cello arrangement of "Thanks Be To Thee" (att. to Handel). Download the full MP3 here: http://thepianoguys.com/newstore/tender-mercy-digital-singles-mp3.html?___SID=U (TRACK 7 on the album "Tender Mercies" Download the sheet music to "Thanks Be To Thee" here: http://thepianoguys.com/newstore/music-books/thanks-be-to-thee-sheet-music-nelson.html?___SID=U Thanks to our many "cameos" we're reluctantly-proud to admit that this is the first video where you can SEE ALL FIVE PIANO GUYS! Everyone appeared as themselves, except for Jon who got a little carried away with his characters. :) A HUGE thank you goes out to our vendors that made this wedding look so amazing. Please visit their sites and use them if you're planning a wedding! Bell Tower http://belltowercourtyard.com/ Forever More Events http://forevermoreevents.com/ Bloomers http://bybloomers.com/ Another huge thank you goes out to all our extras, family and friends that sacrificed an afternoon to make our little wedding look the part! And another thank you goes to Robin Saville of Bride Access who helped Steven Sharp Nelson conceptualize this video. www.brideaccess.com Credits Canon in D written by Johann Pachelbel (1600's) Arrangement written and produced by Al van der Beek & Steven Sharp Nelson Recorded, mixed, and mastered by Al van der Beek at TPG Studios Video produced by Paul Anderson Starring Steven Sharp Nelson, cellists Paul Anderson, himself Al van der Beek, himself Jon Schmidt, minister and hip old lady Shalley Sorenson, bride Zach Sorenson, groom Nicole Alfano, Wedding Coordinator
8 г. назад
Please consider a donation, http://www.voicesofmusic.org/donate.html and we will make more videos like this one :) We need your help! Pachelbel's Canon--the original version based on the earliest original manuscript and performed on instruments from the time of Pachelbel--listen to the authentic baroque sound! Visit us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Voicesofmusic Johann Pachelbel's beautiful interweaving of melody & harmony--one of the great works of music! Soundtrack at http://tinyurl.com/PachelbelVideo Performed on original instruments by San Francisco Early Music Ensemble Voices of Music. Featuring Katherine Kyme, Carla Moore & Cynthia Freivogel, baroque violin; Tanya Tomkins, baroque cello, Hanneke van Proosdij, baroque organ; David Tayler, theorbo. About the performance: the canon is played using not only the instruments but also the bowing techniques from the time of Pachelbel. As you can see from the video, especially if you look at the high definition version, the string instruments are not only baroque, but they are in baroque setup: this means that the strings, fingerboard, bridge and other parts of the violin appear just as they did in Pachelbel's time. No metal hardware such as chinrests, clamps or fine tuners are used on the violins, allowing the violins to vibrate freely. A good example of baroque bowing can be seen in the extended passage of repeated notes: the musicians play these notes on one bow—the shorter & lighter baroque bow—to created a gliding effect. The players also hold the bow very differently which affects the balance and touch. Both the style and the amount of vibrato are based on baroque treatises which describe the methods for playing, bowing & articulation in the late 17th century. The narrow, shimmering vibrato blends with the baroque organ. The organ used is made entirely of wood, based on German baroque instruments, and the pipes are voiced to provide a smooth accompaniment to the strings, instead of a more soloistic sound. The large bass lute, or theorbo, provides a complement to the organ not only in the texture of the chords but also the long strings which occasionally sound the bass notes an octave lower. The continuo players play supporting chords and voices to the canon, carefully avoiding parallels and doublings of the parts. Another feature of the video is the subtle differences in not only the sound and color of the instruments, but also the different techniques of the players. All three are playing baroque violins with baroque bows, yet each person has her own distinct sound and bowing style—each bow has a different shape and balance. If you look at paintings of 17th century players you will see that they are all different, because that individuality of sound and technique was highly valued. This allows the players and the listeners to hear and appreciate the "Voices of Music." Many comments refer to the pitch. D Major is a key, not a pitch; this piece is in D Major at A=415.3 Hz. We chose a baroque pitch and temperament from the time of Pachelbel. You can see the original manuscript that we played from here, clearly in the key of D Major with two sharps http://voicesofmusic.org/images/PachelbelKey.jpg Detail of the interior of the baroque organ used in this recording http://www.flickr.com/photos/voicesofmusic/9859398076/ Recorded in St. Stephen's, Belvedere, California