Lyubomir Pipkov - Symphony-Concertante for Cello and Orchestra, Op. 56 (1963), dedicated to Mstislav Rostropovich I. Moderato 0:00 II. Presto 10:51 III. Largo. Tema con variazioni 13:57 Moscow Philharmonic Mstislav Rostropovich - cello Gennady Rozhdestvensky - conductor Lyubomir Pipkov (1904-1974) was one of the most important representatives of the second generation of Bulgarian composers, along with composers such as Dimitar Nenov, Pancho Vladigerov and Petko Staynov. In the early 1920s (still as a student at the Sofia State Music Academy) Pipkov made his début with chamber pieces in the style of Chopin, Schumann, Debussy and Ravel, while in the First String Quartet (1928), having mastered the principles and forms of the European tradition, he moved to embrace Bulgarian folk music. Later he continued his musical training at École Normale in Paris (1926-32), studying composition with Paul Dukas, piano with Yvonne Léfébure, and music history with Nadia Boulanger. During these Paris years he took on board new genres while endorsing a typically Bulgarian epic sense of drama, an example being Jana's Nine Brothers (Янините девет братя,1932), a work that was in effect the first Bulgarian classical opera. His vocal-orchestral Wedding (Сватба,1935), marks the beginning of the cantata in Bulgarian music, while the equally innovative First Symphony (1940) served to summarize the achievements of his first period. The second phase in his output spans the 1940s and the first half of the 50s. His epic dramatic style is developed and perfected, particularly in the opera Momchil (Момчил,1943), and in Symphony no.2 (1955) this gives rise to his most accomplished orchestral writing yet. At this juncture in his career Pipkov extended his teaching activities and assumed a higher public profile, and as an adjudicator and representative of the Union of Bulgarian Composers he travelled extensively throughout Europe. In addition to their expressiveness and strong sense of drama, the works from the mid-1950s onwards convey the spirit of optimism. This is particularly true of Oratorio for our Time (Оратория на нашето време,1959) and Muted Songs (Приглушени песни,1972). The Fourth Symphony (1970) is highly individual, while the piano piece Spring Caprices (Пролетни приумици,1972) revisits compositional ideas from earlier works.
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Facebook page - https://www.facebook.com/ZackyAnimePiano Yo! I'm back after 3 weeks! About a week ago this song came out and I was all like "HOLY SHIT ITS SO DAMN GOOD!". I improvised a piano version and before I knew it, it became an arrangement. So I thought why not record it :3 I apologize for the mistakes I made in this cover :/ If you have any tips on how I can improve on the performance of this cover, feel free to feedback :) School had just started 2 days ago. I won't have much time to do covers for now. I haven't started on current anime season as I am dedicating my time to another transcription The moment I start a new anime, I may get caught up and start arranging a new song from it. So I want to restrain myself until I finish some stuffs. Any recommendations for this anime season though? Btw how's the video edits? :3 ==================== Sheets and midi are on the sheethost link on my channel My soundcloud - https://soundcloud.com/zackythepianist Synthesia - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b9f1n86ucB4 Anime Comment: I am currently at episode 130+ :D (Damn those fillers..) But I'm gonna catch up asap. To start on 176 onwards :) I saw the new opening song with NaXLu scenes in it and was like "I got to continue watching this!" The anime is really good, action, a bit of romance, comedy especially. I recommend it highly :) OH, and NatsuXLucy definitely ;) ========== Song: Masayume Chasing Original artist: BoA From FairyTail (2014) Opening 1 [Fairy Tail Op 15] Piano arrangement by ZackyAnimePiano Piano arrangement partially improvised from PianoCube & Josh Agarrado's version. =========== Thanks for watching! Do like and share and comment if you enjoyed this performance :) Subscribe for more! ZackyAnimePiano
Music: Brandon Fiechter: "Merfolk Kingdom" and "Rescue at Sea" http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLLnIcQll56hJ89dDin4UcA Muchas gracias Brandon, un placer hacer videos con tu música! (First Published: 30/12/2012): For Mo, of the Wonderful Copenhagen Happy New Year !!! With love from the Wapa Prerrafaelita Amalia MoLahBel4 http://www.youtube.com/user/MoLahBel4/featured The Little Mermaid - Hans Christian Andersen 00:00 Sulamith Wulfing 00:51 Gennady Spirin 01:24 Christian Birmingham 02:38 Gabriel Pacheco 03:10 Nadezhda Illarionova 04:06 Nika Goltz 05:08 Sam Hyuen Kim 05:40 Vladimir Nenov 07:05 Boris Diodorov 08:26 Laszlo Gal 09:03 Junichi Nakahara 09:32 William Waterhouse, Adrienne Segur, J. David McKenney, E. Burne Jones, Leighton, Howard Pyle, Gaston Hoffman
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