Classics VS Modernity Link Amazing Musical Works Link What is chamber music and how does it differ from other types? Such a question will certainly arise for those who first discover the world of art. First of all, it is worth noting that this type differs significantly from symphonic, theatrical or concert music.
F. Chopin Nocturne Link "Seasons" by A. Vivaldi Link L. Beethoven "Moonlight Sonata" Link V.A. Mozart "Little Night Serenade" Link "Modernization" classics today is a fairly common and fashionable trend. Hearing familiar and favorite classic things in the updated version is not difficult: they sound everywhere.
String-helicopter quartet What do you know about unusual works? Perhaps they are performed on a strange instrument or the composer has encrypted a secret meaning in it? And what if not only musicians, but also helicopters take part in the piece? How do you like this turn of events! Such a shocking at first glance, the idea came to mind a wonderful composer, a representative of musical avant-garde Karlheinz Stockhausen.
Oginsky Polonaise Link Ave Maria Link Pathetic Sonata Link "To Eliza" Link String-helicopter quartet Link The Secret World of R. Schumann in "The Carnival" Link Claude Debussy "Moonlight" Link The Winter Way Link Franz Liszt "Hungarian Rhapsodies" Link Franz Schubert "The Beautiful Miller" Link by IS Bach "HTK" (Well-Tempered Clavier) Link R.
S. Rachmaninov "Italian Polka" "Italian Polka" is the composer’s memory recorded in notes. The work tells not only about sunny and beautiful Italy, but also about skilled musicians, and about warm family evenings. Charming music from the first sounds will captivate the listener's heart. On our page you can learn the history of creation, interesting facts and listen to the interpretation of the work.
R. Schumann "The Bold Rider" The outstanding German composer Robert Schumann has one extraordinary work that occupies a special place in his work. This is a collection of piano miniatures called "Album for the Young." The cycle, consisting of forty-three small pieces, specially created for beginning musicians, won great love since its appearance, because its images, brightly painted by the composer with the help of musical sounds, inhabit the magical land of childhood, so clear and close to the younger generation.
F. Schubert "The Trout" Franz Schubert is an outstanding Austrian composer who made an invaluable contribution to the treasury of world music culture. The founder of romanticism wrote his works in various genres, but the basis of his work were vocal miniatures, which he wrote more than six hundred. Not all of them are equal, but most of them are bright masterpieces that emotionally affecting the audience delight them.
R. Schumann "A merry peasant returning from work" Outstanding German composer Robert Schumann became famous not only for writing brilliant works that adult lovers of classical music admire, but also for making an invaluable contribution to the creative education of the younger generation.
F. Schubert "The Forest King" Chamber-vocal music is a type of art, a great contribution to the development of which was made by Franz Schubert. It was this distinguished Austrian romantic composer who rediscovered the vocal ballad expressively depicting various human feelings and combining the narrative with a pictorial depiction of various fantasy fictions.
Polonaise Oginsky "Farewell to the Motherland" Do you know which work is the most famous and popular not only in Poland, but also in many other countries? Doubt can not be, of course, "Polonez Oginsky." This work is familiar to many more from school, because even in music schools, students often perform it.
Frederic Chopin "Waltz No. 7 in C Sharp Minor" (op. 64 No. 2) Frederic Chopin is an outstanding Polish composer and pianist who created magnificent creations in piano music, which today are considered to be unsurpassed masterpieces. In his works, distinguished by special trepidation and subtlety, the whole texture fascinates, and the harmony envelops the melodic lines so amazingly that one gets the impression of something extraordinarily sublime.
Luigi Boccherini "Minuet" from the E-dur quintet (op. 11 no. 5) Luigi Boccherini is the name of this talented Italian composer, a prominent representative of the Viennese classicism and rococo widely known to all lovers of classical music. The outstanding maestro, is the author of a large number of beautiful creations, which, at the present time, conquering listeners, very often sound from the scenes of concert halls.
F. Schubert "Ave Maria" A miniature masterpiece by the Austrian composer Franz Schubert for almost 2 centuries has been loved by the public and performers all over the world. The unusually touching melody finds a response in the soul of both a professional musician and an amateur who does not know the notes. History of creation In the summer of 1825, Franz Schubert set out with Johann Vogel, the retired opera singer, as an accompanist with concerts in Upper Austria.
Robert Schumann "Santa Claus" The name of the German composer - the romance of Robert Schumann is well known not only to adult fans of classical music, but also to young performers who are taking their first steps into the wonderful world of art. The maestro deserved such universal recognition by right, since he directed his composer attention with diligence to the creative development of children.
R. Schumann "Children's Scenes" Robert Schumann. The name of this prominent German romantic composer, who is deservedly called a great musical poet, is inscribed in golden letters in the history of culture. With sounds, he could paint any picture so picturesquely that its images were truly recreated in the imagination of the audience.
Sergei Rachmaninov "Musical moments" "Musical moments" by Rachmaninov is a piano cycle, which is closely linked with a single musical and dramatic development of the image (from tragedy to a life-affirming beginning). The general mood of the cycle, as well as the musical images presented in it, anticipated the works of the composer’s later period, being a kind of creative laboratory.
Vittorio Monti "Chardash" The history of world music literature knows many composers who, while engaging in vigorous creative activity, have not left a noticeable trace. But there were also such authors, whose works went into "non-existence", and their names became known to the descendant only by several or completely by one work.
F. Schubert "Swan Song" "In his songs, poetry sounds, and the music speaks," - so contemporaries expressed about the chamber-vocal work of the outstanding Austrian composer Franz Schubert. Indeed, the song was his element, and the maestro brought this genre, considered insignificant, to incredible heights.
Adagio Albinoni In art, that is, in different forms of creativity, in which a person self-realizes his spirituality, be it painting, music, poetry, or something else, a great many different works are created. However, there are such amazing creations that immediately attract close attention, as they make the heart beat faster, and the soul to tremble.
Frederic Chopin "Waltz in B Minor" (op. 69 №2) Contemporaries called him the soul of the piano and not only because he composed delightful pieces for his favorite instrument, but also knew how to perform them so inspiredly that the public listened with bated breath. The name of this brilliant musician is Frédéric Chopin.