El bolero de Ravel (Versión original) Música Clásica

El bolero de Ravel (Versión original) Música Clásica

Bolero (en francés Boléro) es una obra musical creada por el compositor francés Maurice Ravel en 1928 y estrenada en la Ópera Garnier de París el 28 de noviembre de ese mismo año. Ballet compuesto y dedicado a la bailarina Ida Rubinstein, su inmediato éxito y rápida difusión universal lo convirtieron no solamente en una de las más famosas obras del compositor, sino también en uno de los exponentes de la música del siglo XX. Movimiento orquestal inspirado en una danza española, se caracteriza por un ritmo y un tempo invariables, con una melodía obsesiva —un ostinato— en do mayor, repetida una y otra vez sin ninguna modificación salvo los efectos orquestales, en un crescendo que, in extremis, se acaba con una modulación a mi mayor y una coda estruendosa. Pese a que Ravel dijo que consideraba la obra como un simple estudio de orquestación, el Boléro esconde una gran originalidad, y en su versión de concierto ha llegado a ser una de las obras musicales más interpretadas en todo el mundo. . Música Clásica es un canal dedicado solo a la música clásica, Mozart, Beethoven, Vivaldi, Tchaikovsky, Strauss, Bach y todos los demas grandes compositores. . Música clásica, apta para relajación, meditación, concentración, abrir tu mente, conciliar el sueño y muchas cosas mas. Descargate la aplicación para el movil: http://h.fanapp.mobi/index.php?app=musicaclasica Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/musicaclasicagratis Blog: http://canalmusicaclasica.blogspot.com.es/ Google+:https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/111456082371108352809/111456082371108352809?pageId=111456082371108352809

BOLERO-RAVEL

BOLERO-RAVEL

andre rieu -bolero-ravel

André Rieu - Boléro (Ravel)

André Rieu - Boléro (Ravel)

André Rieu & the Johann Strauss Orchestra performing Ravel's Boléro live in Maastricht. Taken from the DVD/Blu-Ray "André Rieu - Under the Stars - Live in Maastricht 5." For tour dates visit: http://www.andrerieu.com http://www.facebook.com/andrerieu http://www.twitter.com/andrerieu https://plus.google.com/+andrerieu

Bolero - Maurice Ravel

Bolero - Maurice Ravel

Boléro is a one-movement orchestral piece by Maurice Ravel (1875--1937). Originally composed as a ballet commissioned by Russian ballerina Ida Rubinstein, the piece, which premiered in 1928, is Ravel's most famous musical composition.

Ravel - Bolero (original version)

Ravel - Bolero (original version)

Ravel's famous Bolero, and one of my favorites. Enjoy !!!

Maurice Ravel Bolero London Symphony Orchestra Valery Gergiev

Maurice Ravel   Bolero London Symphony Orchestra   Valery Gergiev

설명 Maurice Ravel, Bolero for Orchestra London Symphony Orchestra Cond. Valery Gergiev

RAVEL BOLERO (Complete) - RENÉ LEIBOWITZ, Société Des Concerts Du Conservatoire Orchestra

RAVEL BOLERO (Complete) - RENÉ LEIBOWITZ, Société Des Concerts Du Conservatoire Orchestra

RAVEL Bolero MP3: https://101classics.de/default/ravel-bolero-leibowitz.html Best of Classical Music - Baroque Era https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tk8rIEhwziM&feature=c4-overview&list=UUbREGH2QfhfXqRHuEIdnbww Best of Classical Music - Classical Era https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wRa_dAPLLRY&feature=c4-overview&list=UUbREGH2QfhfXqRHuEIdnbww Best of Classical Music - Romantic Era https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XZZPxUPDsec&list=UUbREGH2QfhfXqRHuEIdnbww Best of Classical Music - Modern Era https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AMrOI24D5AI&list=UUbREGH2QfhfXqRHuEIdnbww BACH GOLDBERG VARIATIONS BWV 988 (Excerpts) - GLENN GOULD https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mCxH39SheGQ&list=UUbREGH2QfhfXqRHuEIdnbww&feature=c4-overview BEETHOVEN Symphony No. 5 - KLEMPERER: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G4a7kSsYk00 BERLIOZ Römischer Karneval, Le Carnaval Romain -KARAJAN: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7CQSBa1tLN4 MENDELSSOHN The Hebrides Die Hebriden - REINER: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0f1lun614I4

Andre Rieu / Bolero de Ravel

Andre Rieu / Bolero de Ravel

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Ravel : Bolero

Ravel : Bolero

Ravel : Bolero Lyon National Orchestra Cond. Leonard Slatkin

Ravel - Bolero [BEST VERSION EVER]

Ravel - Bolero [BEST VERSION EVER]

Wiener philharmoniker - Maurice Ravel: Bolero [Conducted by Gustavo Dudamel] Boléro is a one-movement orchestral piece by the French composer Maurice Ravel (1875–1937). Originally composed as a ballet commissioned by Russian actress and dancer Ida Rubinstein, the piece, which premiered in 1928, is Ravel's most famous musical composition.[1] Before Boléro, Ravel had composed large scale ballets (such as Daphnis et Chloé, composed for the Ballets Russes 1909–1912), suites for the ballet (such as the second orchestral version of Ma mère l'oye, 1912), and one-movement dance pieces (such as La valse, 1906–1920). Apart from such compositions intended for a staged dance performance, Ravel had demonstrated an interest in composing re-styled dances, from his earliest successes – the 1895 Menuet and the 1899 Pavane – to his more mature works like Le tombeau de Couperin, which takes the format of a dance suite. Boléro epitomises Ravel's preoccupation with restyling and reinventing dance movements. It was also one of the last pieces he composed before illness forced him into retirement. The two piano concertos and the Don Quichotte à Dulcinée song cycle were the only compositions that followed Boléro. The work had its genesis in a commission from the dancer Ida Rubinstein, who asked Ravel to make an orchestral transcription of six pieces from Isaac Albéniz's set of piano pieces, Iberia.[2] While working on the transcription, Ravel was informed that the movements had already been orchestrated by Spanish conductor Enrique Fernández Arbós, and that copyright law prevented any other arrangement from being made.[2] When Arbós heard of this, he said he would happily waive his rights and allow Ravel to orchestrate the pieces.[2] However, Ravel changed his mind and decided initially to orchestrate one of his own works.[2] He then changed his mind again and decided to write a completely new piece based on the musical form and Spanish dance called bolero.[2] While on vacation at St Jean-de-Luz, Ravel went to the piano and played a melody with one finger to his friend Gustave Samazeuilh, saying "Don't you think this theme has an insistent quality? I'm going to try and repeat it a number of times without any development, gradually increasing the orchestra as best I can."[2] This piece was initially called Fandango, but its title was soon changed to "Boléro".[2] According to Idries Shah the main melody is adapted from a tune composed for and used in Sufi training

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