FRANOIS COUPERIN (1668-1733) Quatrime concert for any combination of instruments in E major "Les Concerts Royaux" 1. Prlude: Gravement 2. Allemande: Legerement 3. Courante Franoise 4. Courante l’Italine Performed by Le Concert des Nations Directed by Jordi Savall *Couperin’s Preface: "These pieces are suitable not only for the harpsichord, but also the violin, the [...]

  Jascha Heifetz plays Paganini Caprice No. 24 (Auer Edition with Schumann accompaniment). Accompanist: Emanuel Bay *There’s already two different videos of this, but they were both out of sync so I made this one for your convenience

  Moser-Schwarz-Kollo-Moll Hilversum Radio Chorus Concertgebouw Orchestra, Amsterdam Leonard Bernstein

<d Till Eulenspiegel (1916) was created for the American tour . It was a collaboration with the young American designer/architect Robert Edmond Jones , set to a symphonic poem by Richard Strauss . Till is a middle European folk hero who disrupts his town until he is condemned to death, and, like Petrouchka, defies it. [...]

 

  Jean Philippe Rameau – Dardanus "Prologue" 1. Ouverture 2. Marche pour les differntes Nations 3. Menuet tendre en Rondeu 4. Tambourins I et II  

    Marriage of Figaro 1952 – Philharmonia Orchestra under John Pritchard.

  From the movie "Rhapsody in Blue" (1945) Scene of the premiere performance of "Porgy and Bess" Anna Brown (soprano)  

This is a recording of a live performance given by Williams in Berlin. I’ve noticed that on other YT vids of this recording, there is an argument raging about Williams’ credentials as a classical guitarist and how he compares to Spanish players. I don’t know about that, I’m not an expert in this area, but [...]

Ton Koopman ( Conductor ) Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra Tokyo Metropolitan Art Space May 20, 1991

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