At Liverpool Street St,
2 г. назад
Benjamin Kahn is an amazingly talented Pianist, musician and composer looking for a break to get into composing for film and TV (see below). He has written some amazing original pieces of music, including this piece called "One Step Back". Since recording this, he has more recently managed to get crowd funding to release his first solo piano album which includes some incredible tracks including this song in full. "Stories" by Benjamin Kahn on Apple Music itunes.apple.com Listen to songs from the album Stories, including "Eveil," "Bridges," "Stories," and many more. Buy the album for $9.99. Songs start at $0.99. Free with Apple Music subscription. iTunes: http://itunes.apple.com/album/id1144135889?ls=1&app=itunes Apple Music : http://itunes.apple.com/album/id1144135889 Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/music/album/Benjamin_Kahn_Stories?id=Bbjkqg77hldcmzfqronihoedimu Tidal : http://tidal.com/gb/store/album/64015800 Amazon Music France: https://www.amazon.fr/Stories-Benjamin-Kahn/dp/B01L0KL9US/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1472506228&sr=8-3&keywords=benjamin+kahn+stories Spotify : https://open.spotify.com/embed?uri=spotify%3Aartist%3A25gAkCyAEMPlKxuCprsPVQ Deezer : http://www.deezer.com/album/13813606 NOTE: These links can default to the US or UK store, however you can find the album in your country by searching for Benjamin Kahn in iTunes. Finally, his Facebook page is below: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Benjamin-Kahn-Pianist-Composer-for-Film-and-TV/193856237466392?sk=photos_stream What an incredible talent, I really hope he finds his break one day. Good luck Benjamin!
8 г. назад
A small tribute to the king of pop which I made just five days after his sudden and unexpected death. This was just one of many "Play Me I'm Yours" street pianos that had been placed around London that summer. I had walked past this piano each morning at London Liverpool Street station itching to stop and play something. That morning I wrote down on a Post-It note the titles of all of the MJ songs I could think of and which I guessed I could probably bash out without any rehearsal in whatever key felt easiest - and this was the result when I returned on that very hot lunchtime.
4 г. назад
I walked by St. Pancras station and was mesmerized by this man's amazing piano skill. Good thing I had my camera with me. Sorry if it's a bit shaky, I did not bring my tripod with me.
2 г. назад
Ryan, a man who has been living on the street for 30 years plays the piano outside in downtown Edmonton, in Churchill Square, no one taught him to play, he just could. To use this video in a commercial player or in broadcasts, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
6 г. назад
a 10 years old boy was playing piano, and i had to record it. Please rate! :D
4 г. назад
Sheet music available at: http://bit.ly/2hl9tTK (ENG) Music represents freedom. It is everywhere just like the air we breathe, and as long as the universe exists, it cannot be destroyed, nor can its freedom be taken away... Because the power of the notes is stronger than anything you can ever imagine. I wish artists, authors and thinkers in Turkey, my home country, could also be as free. Last week I performed my version of *Fazil Say's Alla Turca Jazz (based on Mozart's Turkish March) on 50 pianos presented by the City of London Festival. This project represents my wishes for a more democratic and tolerant Turkey in which artists, writers and intellectuals can think and speak freely. *Fazil Say is the most celebrated and revered Turkish pianist/composer who is sentenced for Twitter postings. Read more here: http://www.nytimes.com/2013/04/16/wor... ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- (TR) Muzik hep ozgurdur... Hava gibi, su gibi heryerdedir, ve evren varoldugu surece yok edilemez. Ister sevin, ister sevmeyin, muzigi hapsedemezsiniz, cunku notalarin gucu herseyden daha ustundur. Keske sanatcilarimiz, yazarlarimiz ve dusunurlerimiz de notalar gibi hur olabilseler... Londra Sehir Festivali cercevesinde sokaklara koyulan 50 piyanoda Fazil Say tarafindan duzenlenmis Mozart'in Turk Marsi'ni hosgoru, demokrasi ve dusunce ozgurlugu icin tekrar yorumladim. Daha iyi bir gelecek icin ancak el ele verip birbirimizi desteklersek bu notalar gibi hur ve mutlu olabiliriz. Hep birlikte daha olumlu gunlere, Sevgiler, AyseDeniz Twitter:--------------- @ADpianist Web: ------------------ http://www.aysedeniz.org Facebook: ---------- http://www.facebook.com/ADPianist Blog: ------------------ http://www.aysedeniz.posterous.com
6 г. назад
Featuring all seven previous winners of the Dublin International Piano Competition in a once-off performance. PHILIPPE CASSARD (1988), PAVEL NERSESSIAN (1991), DAVIDE FRANCESCHETTI (1994), MAX LEVINSON (1997), ALEXEI NABIOULIN (2000), ANTTI SIIRALA (2003), ROMAIN DESCHARMES (2006) and featuring JOHN O'CONOR (Artistic Director) ALBERT LAVIGNAC (1846-1916) Galop Marche Lavinac was a Parisian and a distinguished music scholar. He was a pupil at the Paris Conservatory and taught there for many years. He wrote many essays on theory and his "La Musique et les Musiciens", a treatise on musical theory including a famous comparison between keys and their emotional colours (B major "energetic", E minor "sad, agitated" and the like), was in print throughout his lifetime and for many years later. He also wrote an important early treatise on Wagner. He was a minor composer and only his Galop Marche is heard much today. Originally for two pianos and four hands, it expands delightfully into tonight formidable octet of instruments and our eighty digits. Check out www.DIPC.ie for more information
4 г. назад
Henri John Pierre Herbert dazzles the crowd at London St Pancras with an impromptu performance on the public piano. For more information or to contact Henri go to: http://www.henriherbertmusic.com And for more info about The Jim Jones Revue, please go to: http://www.jimjonesrevue.com This video is being managed exclusively by Newsflare. To use this video for broadcast or in a commercial player go to: http://www.newsflare.com/video/13429/other/henris-boogie or email: email@example.com or call: +44 (0) 8432 895 191
8 г. назад
Me (14) playing my arrangement of the classical Swanee River Boogie by Albert Ammons. ► Sheet music here: http://www.lucasestak.com ► Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/luca.sestak ► iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/de/artist/luca-sestak/id481911833
5 г. назад
Playing with a psychologist at Liverpool street station street piano ^_^ Subscribe! - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzj7TTy3zokNdnRwrA6s6KQ?sub_confirmation=1 Can't believe how Long ago this was. Back in the summer of 2012 there were 50 public pianos planted all over London - an event created by 'Play Me I'm Yours', this particular one was just out side of Liverpool Street station. I saw this guy playing piano and I had to ask him if he wanted to play a song with me before he had to go! That's the cool thing about playing the blues - it's so collaborative and fun to play! PATRICK PLAYS PIANO I'm just a guy from London who loves playing the piano. I never went to a music school, college or conservatory. I haven't had a lot of formal training so my approach my be somewhat unique. I first started playing an old keyboard that my parents bought from a second hand shop, I didn't know what I was doing in terms of melody and chords but I was able to develop my listening skills - hearing the demo songs and learning about different kinds of music. I didn't start taking piano lessons until I was 20 and I stopped after three years. My lessons would be 45mins every two weeks. Every morning I during my University days I would be in the music building practicing until it was time for my lectures. Jazz is a big musical influence but I like all genres of music and I try to learn from them to help me become a better musician. To anyone who likes the was I play and thinks to themselves "how can I play like that" the best advice I can give you is to DON'T GIVE UP don't stop playing the piano, and if you did stop start playing again! Follow me on my musical journey, watch me develop my piano playing skills!