Gdansk Summer Music Festival 2009, Stepanenko Maksym performance
8 г. назад
Composer: Heinrich Wilhelm Ernst, Violinist: Midori Taken from "Midori- Live at Carnegie Hall"
4 г. назад
Ernst wrote his 'Carnival of Venice' variations in 1837, shortly after a meeting with Paganini. Due to plagurism issues Ernst was forced to publish the variations in 1843.
5 г. назад
HEINRICH WILHELM ERNST (1814-1865) Etude VI "Die letzte Rose" from "Sechs mehrstimmige Etuden"
4 мес. назад
6 Polyphonic Studies: No.6 Concert Variations on 'The Last Rose of Summer' in G major (1864) Heinrich Wilhelm Ernst (1812-1865) Clara-Jumi Kang (violin) 2012 Heinrich Wilhelm Ernst was the most celebrated violinist of his time. Having modelled his playing on that of Paganini, he came to be viewed as a rival of the older master, although he was admired by contemporaries such as Schumann and Berlioz not only for his virtuosity but also for his musicianship. The list of his compositions is crowned by the set of Six Polyphonic Études for unaccompanied violin that he published towards the end of his life. The last of these is based on ‘The Last Rose of Summer’, a traditional Irish tune which Thomas Moore fitted with words in his Irish Melodies in 1813, creating a song which became widely known through its use in Flotow’s 1847 opera Martha. is dedicated to Antonio Bazzini. This etude is the most complex of the set and includes an introduction, theme, four variations, and a finale. The variations feature double-stopped sixteenth notes (quavers) (first variation); melody accompanied by fast arpeggios (second variation); double-stopped counterpoint, including simultaneous octaves and tenths (third variation); and melody played pizzicato or in harmonics accompanied by fast arpeggios. Rowe wrote that the finale is a summing-up of violin technique: "scales on one string, double harmonics, rapid artificial harmonics, and pizzicato chords."
7 г. назад
Andre Rieu (Holland) his orchestra, choir and the sopranos Suzan Erens (Holland), Carmen Monarcha (Brazil) and Carla Maffioletti (Brazil) sing 'Tis The Last Rose Of Summer July 10, 2004 in the Roda Stadium Kerkrade Holland. Composer: Thomas Moore, 1779-1852 Irish) Lyrics: Sir John Stevenson, 1761-1833 (Irish) From : The DVD André Rieu The Flying Dutchman. Lyrics: 'Tis the Last rose of summer 'Tis the last rose of summer, Left blooming all alone, All her lovely companions Are faded and gone. No flower of her kindred, No rose bud is nigh, To reflect back her blushes, Or give sigh for sigh. I'll not leave thee, thou lone one, To pine on the stem; Since the lovely are sleeping, Go sleep thou with them; 'Thus kindly I scatter Thy leaves o'er the bed Where thy mates of the garden Lie scentless and dead. So soon may I follow When friendships decay, And from love's shining circle The gems drop away! When true hearts lie withered And fond ones are flown Oh! who would inhabit This bleak world alone?
3 г. назад
ERNST Concerto pathétique in f sharp minor op.23, with full orchestra and no cuts. Christian SACCON violinist.Performance of September 13, 2013 at Ferrara Estense Castle, Orchestra Città di Ferrara, conductor Maffeo SCARPIS. Christian Saccon has been a pupil of Tibor Varga and Franco Gulli.This performance couples with Maestro Saccon performance of Wieniawski Violin Concerto n.1, in f sharp minor, on youtube, the two most difficult concertos in Violin repertoire.
4 г. назад
HEINRICH WILHELM ERNST (1814-1865) Etude VI "Die letzte Rose" from "Sechs mehrstimmige Etuden" Manrico Padovani, violin Recording dedicate to Lance
3 г. назад
Live,Teatro Colon, Salon Dorado