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  • Anne Akiko Meyers - AIR – The Bach Album

    lish Chamber Orchestra Steven Mercurio, conductor Bach Violin Concertos Nos. 1 & 2 plus Bach Concerto for Two Violins featuring Meyers on both parts Released by eOne on February 14th, 2012
  • John Williams - His Best Works

  • Franz Schubert - Die Forelle -Trout Quintett

  • Mozart - The Magic Flute - Overture - Sir Colin Davis

    Sir Colin Davis conducts the Orchestra of The Royal Opera House Covent Garden.
  • Nicola Benedetti - Italia

    Watch Nicola Benedetti present her debut album on Decca Classics. "Italia" is her first recording of baroque violin repertoire and celebrates Nicola Benedetti's Scottish-Italian heritage as she plays virtuoso Italian masterpieces, accompanied by the leading chamber orchestra of her native Scotland. The album highlights baroque favourites including Summer from Vivaldi's ever-popular Four Seasons and Tartini's famous Devil's Trill sonata, for which Nicola is joined by a hand-picked chamber ensemble. The generous selection ranges from the sparkling virtuosity of the opening Vivaldi Concerto Grosso Mogul, to the poignant lament of the Veracini Largo and the lyrical beauty of the two arrangements of Vivaldi vocal works, including the haunting Nulla in mundo pax sincera. The orchestra is directed from the harpsichord by leading baroque specialist Christian Curnyn. Nicola Benedetti was the first ever Scot to win the BBC's 'Young Musician Of The Year' in 2004, since when she has established a top-level international career, appearing with leading orchestras across Europe, North America and Japan.
  • Bach - Toccata and Fugue in D minor, organ

    Bach's most famous organ piece, with a bar-graph score.
  • Howard Blake - Walking In The Air

    The song 'Walking In The Air' from the animated short 'The Snowman' by Raymond Briggs. It was written by Howard Blake and in this recording sung by Peter Auty.
  • The San Francisco Girls Chorus - Introduction

  • Ludwig van Beethoven - Freude schöner Götterfunken (Ode to Joy) 2004

    Fischerchor
  • Rachel Portman - Chocolat

    Main Titles by Rachel Portman from the 2000 movie Chocolat.
  • Royal Ballet - Waltz of the Snowflakes

    The Waltz of the Snowflakes from the Royal Ballets Production of The Nutcracker
  • Roberto Alagna - Pasión

    On December 6th, 2011, Deutsche Gramophone releases tenor Roberto Alagna’s latest recording, Pasión – a collection of popular songs from the South American, Mexican and Cuban heritage. Making Of album "Pasión" Deutsche Grammophon), After selling more than 500 000 copies of his tribute to Luis Mariano and the album "Sicilien", Roberto Alagna is back, this time with all the heat and colour of Latin America in his new album, "PASIÓN"!
  • American Conservatory Theater - A Christmas Carol

    Video trailer for American Conservatory Theater's annual production of A Christmas Carol in San Francisco. www.act-sf.org/carol
  • Michel Hazanavicius - The Artist

    Hollywood, 1927: As silent movie star George Valentin wonders if the arrival of talking pictures will cause him to fade into oblivion, he sparks with Peppy Miller, a young dancer set for a big break.
  • Waldemar von Baußnern - Suite für Flöte und Klavier - Lento

    Baußnern's Suite für Flöte und Klavier performed by Harald Frey (piano) und Christine Frey (flute).
  • Patricia Petibon - "El Vito"

    Watch Patricia Petibon sing Castellanos's "El Vito" from her upcoming DG album "Melancolia". Unique for her dramatic flair, expert musicality, and interpretive powers, soprano Patricia Petibon indulges in her love of Luso-Iberian music. From zarzuela to art song, folk song, the Aria Cantilena of Brazil's Villa-Lobos, and the traditional Afro-Brazilian Ogundé uareré, Patricia Petibon also samples the new. She includes the world-premiere recording of Nicolas Bacri's song cycle, which was dedicated to her. Patricia Petibon adds spice by teaming up with flamenco musicians for one-of-a-kind performances of the zarzuela hit Adios, Granada and the folk tune El vito. Beloved favorites are not neglected: Petibon's take on La tarántula, Marinela, Canto negro, and La petenera sparkle with light and life.
  • Riccardo Chailly - Beethoven Symphonies 7-9

    Watch Riccardo Chailly speak about his upcoming release (Decca): Beethoven -- The Symphonies This complete cycle of Beethoven's nine Symphonies is a landmark event for Decca, for Maestro Chailly, and for the Gewandhaus Orchestra, where he has been Kapellmeister since 2005. The acclaimed performances were recorded in the Gewandhaus over the last four years, in preparation for the highly-anticipated complete cycles that Maestro Chailly and the orchestra will give in several major European cities in October and November 2011 -- performances which will provide the platform for launching these important new recordings.
  • Riccardo Chailly - Beethoven Symphonies 4-6

    Watch Riccardo Chailly speak about his upcoming release (Decca): Beethoven -- The Symphonies This complete cycle of Beethoven's nine Symphonies is a landmark event for Decca, for Maestro Chailly, and for the Gewandhaus Orchestra, where he has been Kapellmeister since 2005. The acclaimed performances were recorded in the Gewandhaus over the last four years, in preparation for the highly-anticipated complete cycles that Maestro Chailly and the orchestra will give in several major European cities in October and November 2011 -- performances which will provide the platform for launching these important new recordings.
  • Riccardo Chailly - Beethoven Symphonies 1-3

    Beethoven -- The Symphonies This complete cycle of Beethoven's nine Symphonies is a landmark event for Decca, for Maestro Chailly, and for the Gewandhaus Orchestra, where he has been Kapellmeister since 2005. The acclaimed performances were recorded in the Gewandhaus over the last four years, in preparation for the highly-anticipated complete cycles that Maestro Chailly and the orchestra will give in several major European cities in October and November 2011 -- performances which will provide the platform for launching these important new recordings.
  • Ennio Morricone - Once upon a time in the West

  • Pacifica Quartet - Mendelssohn Quartet in A minor, Op. 13; II. Adagio non lento

  • Mikhail Simonyan - Khachaturian and Barber

    Watch the trailer about Mikhail Simonyan's debut album on Deutsche Grammophon: "Two souls".
  • Disney's Fantasia - Night on Bald Mountain

  • Simon Keenlyside - Hamlet: Ô vin, dissipe la tristesse

    Metropolitan Opera
  • Alan Alda - Radiance and Madame Curie

    Alan Alda Discusses Radiance and Madame Curie
  • Joseph Calleja - The Maltese Tenor

    The career of Maltese tenor Joseph Calleja seems to have no limits, with performances at the world's greatest opera houses and acclaim for the lyrical warmth of his singing from the press and public alike. His opera and concert successes are now crowned by his third recording on Decca Classics.
  • Howard Hanson - Nordic

    Howard Hanson's Symphony No. 1 "Nordic" III. Allegro con fuoco
  • Howard Shore - The Shire

    The Shire, The Lord of the Rings Symphony. Howard Shore with the Orchestre du Festival Montréal en Lumiére.
  • Johann Pachelbel - Canon in D Major

    Classical music, Johann Pachelbel - Canon in D Major from "London Symphony Orchestra Plays Great Classics"
  • Camerata Pacifica - Adam Neiman with Adrian Spence on the Transcendental Etudes

    In October '11, Adam will be performing the Transcendental Etudes with Camerata Pacifica. Here he chats with Adrian Spence about the Paganini of the piano.
  • Kathak master Pandit Chitresh Das & Tap star Jason Samuels Smith - INDIA JAZZ SUITES 2010 Tour Trailer

  • Camille Saint-Saëns - The Carnival of the Animals: The Aquarium

    Le Carnaval des Animaux' (The Carnival of the Animals) is a musical suite of fourteen movements by the French Romantic composer Camille Saint-Saëns. Le Carnaval was composed in February 1886 while Saint-Saëns was vacationing in a small Austrian village. It was originally scored for a chamber group of flute, clarinet, two pianos, glass harmonica, xylophone, two violins, viola, cello and double bass, but is usually performed today with a full orchestra of strings, and with a glockenspiel substituting for the rare glass harmonica.
  • The Metropolitan Opera - The Met: Live in HD" 2011-12 Season Preview

    The Metropolitan Opera's Peabody and Emmy Award-winning series "The Met: Live in HD" continues for its sixth season, featuring 11 live transmissions. Don't miss the chance to experience the Met live at your local movie theater!
  • Gershwin plays Gershwin - Rhapsody in Blue

  • Tom & Jerry - Tom and Jerry in the Hollywood Bowl

  • Jerusalem Quartet - xander Borodin String Quartet N 2 Notturno

    Jerusalem Quartet Alexander Pavlovsky - 1st violin Sergei Bresler - 2nd violin Amichai Grosz - viola Kyril Zlotnikov - cello Alexander Borodin String Quartet D-Major, N.2 Notturno Schubertiade Hohenems 2009 Marcus-Sittikus-Saal 31. Mai 2009 www.jerusalemstringquartet.com
  • Orchestra Nova - Jung-Ho Pak Tango

    Orchestra Nova, led by artistic director and conductor Jung-Ho Pak, add tango dancers to their presentation of Randall Davidson's Mexico-Bolivar Tango.
  • Orchestra Nova - Reinventing Classical Music ~ Jung-Ho Pak explains his vision

    Orchestra Nova: Reinventing Classical Music, Intro with Jung-Ho Pak
  • South Bank Show Special - Word of Mouth (Royal Shakespeare Company)

    The Royal Shakespeare Company gives a workshop on Shakespeares verse before an invited audience. It is led by RSC joint artistic director Trevor Nunn, with fellow directors John Barton and Terry Hands. The actors are Alan Howard, Jane Lapotaire, Ian McKellan, Michael Pennington, Patrick Stewart and David Suchet.
  • South Bank Show Special - Word of Mouth (Royal Shakespeare Company)

    The Royal Shakespeare Company gives a workshop on Shakespeares verse before an invited audience. It is led by RSC joint artistic director Trevor Nunn, with fellow directors John Barton and Terry Hands. The actors are Alan Howard, Jane Lapotaire, Ian McKellan, Michael Pennington, Patrick Stewart and David Suchet.
  • Anna Netrebko / Maria Pizzolato - "Stabat Mater" (Trailer)

    In "Stabat Mater" Anna Netrebko reveals her admiration for Pergolesi and her love for his Stabat Mater. The music was recorded at Netrebko's July 2010 Baden-Baden concert where she was joined by the beautifully schooled tones of Marianna Pizzolato's mezzo voice and the Orchestra dell'Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia under Antonio Pappano. Besides "Stabat mater", one of classical music's most popular works, the album includes a secular cantatas for soprano "Nel chiuso centro" and "Questo è il piano, also a secular cantata for alto and strings. Both cantatas add a special touch to this album being released in Spring 2011.
  • South Bank Show Special - Word of Mouth (Royal Shakespeare Company)

    'The Royal Shakespeare Company gives its second masterclass on performing Shakespeare before an invited audience. Director John Barton works on a scene from 'Troilus and Cressida' with Alan Howard, Michael Pennington, Ian McKellan, Patrick Stewart and David Suchet. Ian McKellan describes the thoughts and ideas that run through an actor's mind as he prepares for a major soliloquy, and Patrick Stewart contrast two different performances of the speech by Enobarbus from 'Antony and Cleopatra.'
  • South Bank Show Special - Word of Mouth (Royal Shakespeare Company)

    In Part 1, the Royal Shakespeare Company gives a workshop on Shakespeares verse before an invited audience. It is led by RSC joint artistic director Trevor Nunn, with fellow directors John Barton and Terry Hands.
  • Artistic Director Peter Mark - Lyric Opera Virginia 2011-2012 Season

    Artistic Director Peter Mark introduces the inaugural season for Lyric Opera Virginia.
  • South Bank Show Special - Word of Mouth (Royal Shakespeare Company)

    In Part 1, the Royal Shakespeare Company gives a workshop on Shakespeares verse before an invited audience. It is led by RSC joint artistic director Trevor Nunn, with fellow directors John Barton and Terry Hands. The actors are Alan Howard, Jane Lapotaire, Ian McKellan, Michael Pennington, Patrick Stewart and David Suchet
  • Leonard Bernstein - Beethoven's Ode to Joy

    Leonard Bernstein conducts the Vienna Philharmonic in Beethoven's Ode to Joy. part 2
  • Berlioz - Symphonie Fantastique

    4th Mvt.- Leonard Bernstein
  • August Kühnel - Sonata n.7 per viola da gamba

    Ensemble The Spirit of Gambo Freek Borstlap, Ivanka Neeleman, Gesina Liedmeier viola da gamba Richard Egarr, cembalo Jan van Outryve, lute Karel Smagge, organ
  • Director Michael Cacoyannis - Zorba the Greek

    Anthony Quinn, Alan Bates composer: Mikis Theodorakis
  • Festival del Sole 2011 - Napa Valley

  • Richard Strauss - Der Rosenkavalier

    Dame Kiri Te Kanawa as Marschallin in Act 1 from the opera "Der Rosenkavalier" by Richard Strauss (1864-1949). Kurt Moll as Baron Ochs, LUCIANO PAVAROTTI as Italian Singer and sings aria "Di Rigori Armato Il Seno". A "Metropolitan Opera" production, James Levine / conductor, New York, USA, 1982.
  • Kwan Gyu Lim Dance Company - Winter, Spring, Summer & Autumn

  • Danny Kaye - Tschaikowsky (And Other Russians)

    Here's the radio show version of Danny Kaye's composer song. Here, it seems, he manages to rattle off the some 46 Russian/Polish composers' names even faster than his record of 38 seconds !
  • Joshua Bell - Academy of St Martin in the Fields Concert

  • Hershey Felder - George Gershwin Alone

    he Old Globe is pleased to announce the return of actor, playwright and Steinway concert artist Hershey Felder in a trio of his critically-acclaimed solo shows. Hershey Felder as George Gershwin Alone delighted San Diego audiences in 2006 and 2008 and due to popular demand will be revived for 13 performances from July 1 -- 10, 2011. Felder will lead audiences on a musical journey through a century of American music in Hershey Felder in Concert: The Great American Songbook from July 11 -- 17, 2011. The latest addition to Felder's ambitious "Composers Sonata," Hershey Felder in Maestro: The Art of Leonard Bernstein, will receive its Globe debut from July 22 -- Aug. 28, 2011. Both George Gershwin Alone and Maestro are directed by Joel Zwick.
  • Yukiko Matsuyama - Kaze Matsuri

  • LATTC Open Academy - Summer Camp Concert 2011

  • Percy Grainger - Colonial Song

  • Gustav Mahler - Symphony No. 8 - Final

    Conductor: Sir Georg Solti Chicago Symphony Orchestra
  • Southwest Chamber Music - 2011 Summer Festival at The Huntington

    Summer Festival at the Huntington Program 1: Saturday, July 9 & Sunday, July 10 Program 2: Saturday, July 23 & Sunday, July 24 Program 3: Saturday, August 6 & Sunday, August 7 Program 4: Saturday, August 20 & Sunday, August 21
  • Claudio Saracini - Toccata

    Ensemble La Luna
  • Esa-Pekka Salonen - LA Variations

  • NationalTheatre - Emperor and Galilean

    Jonathan Kent (Director) and Ben Power (Writer) talk about staging Ibsen's lost masterpiece, Emperor and Galilean. Playing in the Olivier Theatre from 9 June. http://www.nationaltheatre.org.uk/emperor
  • Vincent Van Gogh - Starry Night

    A slideshow of Vincent Van Gogh's work set to the song "Vincent" by Don McLean.
  • Friedrich Silcher - Die Lorelei

    "Die Lorelei" is a German folk song based upon a poem which was written by Heinrich Heine.The music of the song was written by Friedrich Silcher (1789-1860). In the poem it is said that there was a beautiful woman, who used to sit and sing from the top of a cliff, which is located on the right bank of the Rhine River. Her singing and her beauty were so seductive that the sailors, who were passing the dangerous cliff, could not take there eyes off of her. Then they and their ships were smashed against the rocks of the Lorelei.
  • Lucien Goethals - Klankstructuren

  • Bowers Museum - Masterpieces from the Price Collection

    Short excerpt from "The Man Who Painted LIght" a 2010 documentary about legendary Japanese artist Ito Jakuchu for the upcoming Bowers Museum exhibition "Materpieces from the Price Collection" June 18 - July 17, 2011.
  • Maude Valerie White - Nellie Melba

  • Francesco Manfredini - Concerto Grosso in Pastorale, op. 3 no. 12

  • Johann Christoph Friedrich Bach - Allegretto con variazioni in G major on Ah, vous dirai-je, maman

    This is a set of 18 variations on the very well known french tune of "Ah, vous dirai-je, maman" where many people have composed sets of variations. This one is composed by Johann Christoph Friedrich Bach (1732 - 1795) the ninth son of Johann Sebastian Bach. A significant portion of J. C. F. Bach's output was lost in the WWII destruction of the Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung in Berlin, where the scores had been on deposit since 1917. Bach's work shows him to have been a transitional figure in the mold of his half-brother C. P. E., his brother Johann Christian, the Grauns, and Georg Philipp Telemann, with some works in the style of the high Baroque, some in a galant idiom, and still others which combine elements of the two, along with traits of the nascent classical style.
  • Jacques Offenbach - Orpheus in the Underworld Overture

  • Carlos Chávez - Toccata (Mvt. 1)

    This is the first movement (Allegro) of 'Toccata' (1942) by Carlos Chávez. The performance shown here was given on the 21st of November in the Davis Concert Hall of the University of Alaska, Fairbanks.
  • Edvard Grieg - Funeral March for Rikard Nordraak

  • Heinrich von Herzogenberg - Trio Op. 61, em ré maior, para trompa, oboé e piano (2º andamento)

  • JOHANN ANDREAS HERBST - Danket dem Herrn

    JOHANN ANDREAS HERBST (1588-1666).
  • Robert Schumann - Träumerei

    Music composed by Robert Schuman, a German romantic Composer of the 19th century. Träumerei is one of Schumann's best known pieces. It was the title of a 1944 German biopic on Robert Schumann. Träumerei is the love song for Robert and Clara Schumann in the 1947 Hollywood film Song of Love, starring Katharine Hepburn as Clara Wieck Schumann.
  • Georg von Pasterwitz - 300 Thematta Und Versetten Op. 4 - Part 18

    René Clemencic, Clavichord Georg Robert von Pasterwitz (7 June 1730 -- 26 January 1803) was an Austrian composer and teacher. He was born in Bierhütten, near Passau. First educated at Niederaltaich, he entered the Benedictine monastery in Kremsmünster in 1749. He then enrolled at the University of Salzburg, studying theology, law and mathematics. In was during this time that he met Johann Ernst Eberlin, who became his music teacher. Pasterwitz completed his studies in 1759 and soon started teaching philosophy at the monastery's Ritterakademie, eventually rising to teach courses in mathematics, physics, economics, and political science; since about 1755 he was also active as composer, producing stage works for the monastery almost every year.
  • Eric Whitacre - Eric Whitacre's Virtual Choir 2.0, 'Sleep'

    "Sleep" is available now on Eric Whitacre's new album "Light & Gold." The 2011 Virtual Choir video features 2052 performances of 'Sleep' from 1752 singers in 58 countries, individually recorded and uploaded to YouTube between September 2010 and January 2011. http://virtualchoir.org Composed and Conducted by Eric Whitacre Poetry by Charles Anthony Silvestri Directed by rehabstudio/Cake Design and Animation by Thiago Maia, David Pocull and Sebastian Baptista Produced by Christophe Taddei Audio produced by Floating Earth Music published by Walton Music Virtual Choir 2.0 managed by Tony Piper
  • Aram Khachaturian - Sabre Dance

    Sabre Dance - Aram Khachaturian
  • The Cloisters Museum and Gardens - Behind the Scenes with the Director

    Metropolitan Museum of Art Director Thomas P. Campbell explores the masterpieces, gardens, history, and architecture of The Cloisters Museum and Gardens with Peter Barnet, Curator in Charge of Medieval Art and The Cloisters.
  • Edward Elgar - Salut d'Amour, Op. 12

    Salut d'Amour (Love's Greeting), Op. 12 - Edward Elgar Orginally titled 'Liebesgruss', meaning the same but in German (because his wife could speak German), Edward Elgar wrote this wonderful and massively popular piece for his wife, Alice, as an engagement present. It was his first popular work, although it was the Enigma Variations that brought him to true fame.
  • Mikhail Glinka - Ruslan and Ludmila Overture

    Mikhail Glinka: Ruslan and Ludmila Overture Lim Kek-tjiang conducts Evergreen Symphony Orchestra
  • LA Opera - 2011-12 Season Announcement

  • Franz Joseph Haydn - Te Deum n.2 in C

    Performed in 1994 (Choeur de Chambre de Namur, La petite Bande, Sigiswald Kuijken)
  • Royal Ballet - O2 Romeo & Juliet

    A brief look at what it takes to put Kenneth MacMillan's Romeo and Juliet on at the O2 this summer... by the Royal Ballet. This is the 1st in a weekly video blog running up to the performances starting the 17th June. Music by Sergei Prokofiev, Dick Dale and his Del-Tones with 'Pumpkin and Honeybunny' from the Pulp Fiction Soundtrack, and lastly Roc C featuring Oh No and Pok Dogg with 'Don't Stop'
  • Handa Opera - Opera on Sydney Harbour

    Opera Australia Artistic Director Lyndon Terracini introduces Handa Opera on Sydney Harbour for 2012, with a spectacular line-up of singers and an incredible set, this event will provide you with a fantastic night out in Sydney.
  • Wilhelm Friedrich Ernst Bach - Cantata - Westphalens Freude (1/2)

    Wilhelm Friedrich Ernst Bach (1759 - 1845) Work: Westphalens Freude, Kantate auf die Rückkunft des Königs 1788 Libretto: Sophie Friederike Martini Ouverture Recitative: Triumph! Triumph! Westphalia! Duetto: Tönet sanft ihr Freudenlieder Soprano: Ingrid Schmithüsen Tenor: Howard Crook Orchestra: Das Kleine Konzert Conductor: Hermann Max
  • National Theatre Live - Season 1 and 2

    Take a look back at the stunning first and second seasons of National Theatre Live. Season Two will conclude with THE CHERRY ORCHARD in Australian cinemas on 23 & 24 July.
  • Jean Françaix - Tema con Variazioni

    Duet Sanchis-Ginès Recital Capella de la Sapiència Universitat de Valéncia Jaume Sanchis Helena Ginès
  • Wagner - RIDE OF THE VALKYRIES

    The Ride of the Valkyries, by Richard Wagner, in a classic recording with Wilhelm Furtwangler and the Vienna Philharmonic. Illustrations are by Arthur Rackham.
  • Arthur Meulemans - May Night, pour orchestre (1910)

    Arthur Meulemans (1884-1966) May Night, pour orchestre (1910) Dir : Frédéric Devreese
  • Welsh National Opera - Opera Cenedlaethol Cymru

    WNO is a world-class opera company, recognised both in the UK and internationally for its artistic excellence. It is the UK's largest provider of touring opera, and the most active in Europe. Wales Millennium Centre is its home theatre, rehearsal and administrative base, where a significant proportion of its technical work is also undertaken
  • Johann Jacob Froberger - Suite No.2 (excerpts)

    Gustav Leonhardt - harpsichord
  • One Man, Two Guvnors - National Theatre

  • Erik Satie - Gymnopédie No.1

  • Arthur Sullivan - The Pirates of Penzance

    The Complete Overture from The Pirates of Penzance
  • William Grant Still - Afro-American Symphony

    William Grant Still (1895-1978) composed the 'Afro-American Symphony' in 1930. The stirring and inspiring finale is presented here, from the first performance issued on long-play records, Karl Krueger conducting the Vienna Opera Orchestra.
  • Martha Graham - Dance

  • Max Steiner - Greatest Hits

    Some of the best Max Steiner film scores
  • Giovanni Paisiello - Il barbiere di Siviglia - Ouverture (Carella)

    Giovanni Paisiello - Il barbiere di Siviglia - Ouverture (Carella)
  • Ichiro Nodaïra - Arabesque III

    Angel Soria and Yuko Mizutani perform "Arabesque III" by Ichiro Nodaïra in Palma de Mallorca (Spain).
  • Agustín Barrios Mangoré/David Russell - Una lismonita por a amor a Dios

    Compositor: Agustín Barrios Mangoré Título Original: Una lismonita por a amor a Dios. INTERPRETE: David Russell
  • Jr. Philharmonic Orchestra - at Walt Disney Concert Hall

    Time-lapse video of the Jr. Philharmonic of California at Walt Disney Concert
  • Zygmunt Stojowski - Suite in E major for symphonic orchestra Op.9

    The Podlasie Opera and Philharmonic European Art Centre in Bialystok. Marcin Nałęcz-Niesiołowski - conductor. The Orchestra of the Podlasie Opera and Philharmonic.
  • Alessandro Scarlatti - Sinfonia Il Giardino di Amore, Allegro

    Alessandro Scarlatti 1660-1725 Sinfonia "Il Giardino di Amore" First Movement Allegro Markus Wuersch, trumpet Peter Solomon, organ Recorded at Catholic Church Stans, Switzerland Cameras, Editing and DVD-Production: Juerg and Marianne Rufer, Sound: Magnon Recording Studio, Paul Niederberger
  • Hugo Alfven - Rhapsody No.1

  • William Walton - Crown Imperial

    Crown Imperial is an orchestral march by the English composer William Walton. It was first performed at the coronation of King George VI in 1937, and substantially revised in 1963. Walton composed the march originally for performance at the coronation of King Edward VIII, which was scheduled for 12 May 1937. However, Edward abdicated in 1936. The coronation was held on the scheduled day, with Edward's brother George VI being crowned instead.
  • Friedrich von Flotow - Jubel Ouverture

    Orchestra: Pilsen Philharmonic Orchestra Conductor: Hans Peter Wiesheu Written for the re-opening of Schwerin Castle in 1857, Flotow also wrote the an 'opéra d'occasion' Johann Albrecht.
  • Nico Muhly - Seeing is Believing

    Aurora Orchestra and Decca Classics present 'Seeing is Believing', Nico Muhly's music for chamber orchestra.
  • Bryn Terfel and Deborah Voigt - Die Walküre

    Deborah Voigt and Bryn Terfel perform an excerpt from Robert Lepage's new production of Wagner's "Die Walküre" at the Met. This season's performances of "Die Walküre" are sold out - but Met 2011--12 season Subscribers and Patrons may now purchase next season's entire Ring cycle.
  • BeausoleilArchitects - Architectural Magic

    Magic! This apartment building in the Haight-Ashbury neighborhood of San Francisco has recently been remodeled to include four precious car parking spaces while maintaining the historical Victorian facade.
  • Randall Thompson - Alleluia

  • Jack Benny and Isaac Stern - Bach Violin Duet 1961

    Rare footage of a Jack Benny benefit performance From tv special 'Carnegie Hall Salutes Jack Benny' 27th September 1961 Benny and Stern play the first movement of Bach Concerto for Two Violins in D Minor Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Eugene Ormandy
  • Terje Sorgjerd - The Mountain

    By Terje Sorgjerd: "This was filmed between 4th and 11th April 2011. I had the pleasure of visiting El Teide. Spain´s highest mountain @(3715m) is one of the best places in the world to photograph the stars and is also the location of Teide Observatories, considered to be one of the world´s best observatories. The goal was to capture the beautiful Milky Way galaxy along with one of the most amazing mountains I know El Teide. I have to say this was one of the most exhausting trips I have done. There was a lot of hiking at high altitudes and probably less than 10 hours of sleep in total for the whole week. Having been here 10-11 times before I had a long list of must-see locations I wanted to capture for this movie, but I am still not 100% used to carrying around so much gear required for time-lapse movies."
  • Charlie Chaplin - Table Ballet

    Charlie Chaplin's bread roll table ballet from GOLD RUSH
  • Toby Olié - War Horse Showreel

    Footage of Toby Olie in War Horse, starting as the hind puppeteer of Joey in the National Theatre's original production, alongside Craig Leo (head) and Tommy Luther (heart). Before becoming the head puppeteer of Joey in the consequent West End transfer, alongside Robin Guiver (heart) and Ben Thompson (hind).
  • A Noise Within - The Comedy of Errors

    Send in the clowns indeed! One of the Bard's most beloved comedies, this zany adventure is an upside/down, inside/out, topsy-turvy world of identical twins, looney lovers, and joyfully inept near-misses. This non-stop freewheeling farce is guaranteed to delight - proof positive that double the Errors is double the fun.
  • Christopher Riley - First Orbit

    The Cosmic-Minded Director Pays Homage to Yuri Gagarin, the First Man in Space
  • Funtwo - Pachelbel Canon in D

    One of the most watched YouTube videos of all time - an arrangement of Pachelbel's iconic Canon in D for electric guitar.
  • M.C. Escher - Waterfall

    Real Life Model of M.C. Escher’s “Waterfall”
  • Nikos Deja Vu - The last sunset of the 20th century (Rare Film)

    Place: Santorini Island Greece Date: 12/31/1999 The Orchestra of Colors in: Manos Hatzidakis, "The smile of Giokonda"