We played with an amateurorchestra the harpconcerto of Reinecke. I could hardly play with my frozen shoulder, but they let me play back in the back. With Youtube everybody has the oppurtunity to hear and judge (there must be better orchestra's in the world) this unknown piece of Carl Reinecke:
Part1 (it was longer than 10 mintes, so I cut it in to parts)Carl Reinecke harpconcerto. After 7.50 minutes a brassplayer let fall his sordine
Part1 the rest+ part2 Carl Reinecke harpconcerto
Part3 Carl Reinecke harpconcerto
Naxos has recorded the unknown Leon de Saint-Lubin
Furthermore I was at the Festival Classique in The Hague, Netherlands. A friend made this foto of a short pianoconcert of a pianist behind a car for 100 persons and other traffic passing by. The driver only stopped 10 minutes and after the concert of 10 minutes they drove on to the next place on another street to give again a concert. They were happy that it was good whether
I made a compilation video on Youtube of Ysaye of pieces I like much. Sometimes his impressionistic romantic music with different atmospheres moves you and remind you of the rainy Ardennes of Belgium. His orchestrated pieces like Poeme Elegiaque makes more impression with orchestra than with piano..
Hi, I made 2 video's of Henry Vieuxtemps opus 22 Tarantelle+ opus 53 Decision violin/piano with a lot of photo's of Vieuxtemps and violins on cards and pictures to give those difficult pieces more speed:
Is an Erhu a Chinese violin or a small cello?
And here Aaron Rosand playing Enesco opus9 Prelude unisono
I just added 2 Vieuxtemps video's added on Youtube.
Violinist Frank Almond tells the life story of the 1715 Lipinski Strad in his new recording, "A Violin's Life."
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