Detriti Compilation N​.2

Detriti Compilation N​.2

Detriti Compilation N.2 (2017) Detriti Records Detriti Records is my favorite label of the year. No question. Dropping consistently great releases from the likes of Molchat doma, Ascending, Nauchnyy Sotrudnik, Penelope's fiance, and much much more. In my eyes, there is yet to be a disappointing release from the Detriti family. This is the perfect compilation to close the year. Thank you Detriti Records, let's​ keep it rolling into 2018. 0:00 Svemirko - Zadnji dan na obali 4:13 PPVK - Dikaya koshka 8:29 Sny Matildy - Lunnyye tsvety 11:47 Kumle - Televizori 14:54 Russkaya Bespredmetnost - Krutyas I Sverkaya 18:08 Stiяalnaya Mashina - posledny tennisny match borisa yeltsina 22:22 Audioprestupleniye - Ty budeshs drugim 27:12 Nurnberg - Frankoniya DOWNLOAD: https://detritirecords.bandcamp.com/album/detriti-compilation-n-2 DISCLAIMER: I do NOT own any rights to this content i am merely a fan of various forms of music that i only wish to share with the good people of the internet. If you happen to be a member of this band or hold any rights to the content and wish it to be removed from this channel, please contact me at: harakiridiat@gmail.com

2014 Worlds Ladies LP Mao Asada Piano Concerto No 2 by Rachmaninoff

2014 Worlds   Ladies   LP   Mao Asada   Piano Concerto No  2 by Rachmaninoff

Mao Asada [2013-2014 FS]

Mao Asada [2013-2014 FS]

[2013-2014 FS] Piano Concerto No.2 Orchestre Philharmonique de l'Oural-Concerto pour piano et orchestre No. 2 en ut mineur, Op. 18: I. Harmonia Mundi

lofi hip hop radio - sad & sleepy beats 😴

lofi hip hop radio - sad & sleepy beats 😴

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Billy Joel volume 1 n 2 Lp

Billy Joel volume 1 n 2 Lp

Billy Joel LP greatest vol.1n2

Limp Bizkit - N 2 Gether Now ft. Method Man

Limp Bizkit - N 2 Gether Now ft. Method Man

Best of Limp Bizkit: https://goo.gl/8f5oRU Subscribe here: https://goo.gl/wQenuY Music video by Limp Bizkit performing N 2 Gether Now. (C) 1999 Interscope Geffen (A&M) Records A Division of UMG Recordings Inc.

Camille Saint-Saëns : Symphony No. 2 in A minor Op. 55 (1859)

Camille Saint-Saëns : Symphony No. 2 in A minor Op. 55 (1859)

I. Allegro marcato. Allegro appassionato II. Adagio III. Scherzo (Presto) IV. Prestissimo. Performed by Orchestre National de L'ORTF conducted by Jean Martinon.

Rapsodia Húngara No. 2 → LP Gypsy! (Werner Müller & His Orchestra)

Rapsodia Húngara No. 2 → LP Gypsy! (Werner Müller & His Orchestra)

Werner Müller y Su Orquesta interpretan una versión de "Rapsodia Húngara No. 2", perteneciente al LP 'Gypsy', publicado en 1966. 'Rapsodia Húngara No. 2' hace parte de las Rapsodias Húngaras (francés: Rhapsodies hongroises, alemán: Ungarische Rhapsodien, húngaro: Magyar rapszódiák). Es una serie de 19 piezas de piano basadas en temas folclóricos húngaros, compuestas por Franz Liszt durante 1846-1853, y posteriormente en 1882 y 1885. Liszt, además, hizo arreglos de versiones para orquesta, dueto de piano y trío de piano. Liszt incorporó muchos temas que había escuchado en su natal Hungría y qué creyó que era música folclórica, aunque muchos eran de hecho melodías compuestas por miembros de la clase media-alta de Hungría, o por compositores como József Kossovits, muchas veces interpretadas por bandas gitanas. La estructura a gran escala de cada una recibió el influjo del "verbunkos", una danza húngara dividida en varias partes, cada una con un "tempo" diferente. Franz Liszt nació el 22 de octubre de 1811 y murió el 31 de julio de 1886, nacido en Hungría pero establecido en Viena, donde desarrolló principalmente su carrera. Fue compositor, pianista virtuoso y profesor. Liszt se hizo famoso en toda Europa durante el siglo XIX por su gran destreza como intérprete. Sus contemporáneos decían que era el pianista con la técnica más avanzada para su edad y quizá el mejor pianista de todos los tiempos. También fue un compositor importante y muy influyente, un notable profesor de piano, un director que contribuyó significativamente al desarrollo moderno del arte y un benefactor de otros compositores e intérpretes, especialmente de Richard Wagner, Hector Berlioz, Camille Saint-Saëns, Edvard Grieg y Alexander Borodin. Werner Müller nació en Berlín, el 2 de agosto de 1920 y murió en Colonia, el 28 de diciembre de 1998. Fue un autor, compositor, director de orquesta y arreglista alemán de gran fama durante las décadas de 1950 y 1960 con su orquesta de swing, especialmente conocido en Japón. Hacia 1954, se asoció con la cantante Caterina Valente, cuya versión de 'Malagueña' fue un éxito internacional.

Grieg - Norwegian Dance no. 2. H. 264

Grieg - Norwegian Dance no. 2.  H. 264

Grieg - Norwegian Dance no.2. H.264

Felix Mendelssohn - Piano Trio No. 2 in C minor

Felix Mendelssohn - Piano Trio No. 2 in C minor

- Composer: Jakob Ludwig Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy (3 February 1809 -- 4 November 1847) - Performers: Trio Wanderer - Year of recording: 2006 Piano Trio No. 2 in C minor, Op. 66 (for piano, violin, and cello) written in 1845. 00:00 - I. Allegro energico e con fuoco 09:35 - II. Andante espressivo 16:03 - III. Scherzo: Molto allegro quasi presto 19:28 - IV. Finale: Allegro appassionato The Piano Trio No. 2 in C minor, Op. 66, is invariably compared to its older sibling, the Piano Trio No. 1 in D minor, Op. 49, written six years earlier. The later work is more complex, employing themes that are less song-like and more amenable to intense development. Also, the Trio in C minor is a more detailed work that rewards repeated listening. Mendelssohn dedicated the Piano Trio in C minor to Louis Spohr (1784-1859), who played through the piece with the composer at least once. - Marked Allegro energico e fuoco, the first movement begins with a segmented theme consisting of rising and falling arpeggios and scales. Its generic components make the theme very flexible and well suited to sonata form and to contrapuntal elaboration, which occurs frequently in the movement. The secondary theme is much more broad than the first and makes an important appearance in the coda. Harmonically, the Allegro is subdued and dark, with Mendelssohn progressing from C minor through G flat major, C flat major, and A flat minor, with occasional returns to C minor to remind us of the primary key. - Mendelssohn cast the second movement, Andante espressivo, in the relative major, E flat. Its subdued main theme, played first in block chords in the piano, sets the tone for the whole movement. - The G minor Scherzo resembles that of Mendelssohn's Octet, Op. 20, but is less refined. Formally, it is unusual. The Scherzo, a frenetic, although quiet, bundle of energy in G minor, gives way to a lyrical Trio in G major. After the Trio has run its course, a significantly shortened reprise of the Trio forms a link to the return of the Scherzo, which is itself abbreviated. - C minor reappears at the beginning of the Finale, marked Allegro appassionato and in 6/8 meter [Brahms would later quote the main theme in the Scherzo of his Piano Sonata in F minor, Op. 5, uploaded on this channel]. The short, modular theme, first stated in the cello, lends itself to Beethovenian development. In the midst of the development section, Mendelssohn inserts the theme of a chorale, "Vor deinen Thron," presented almost literally and mingled with statements of the first theme. Mendelssohn was perhaps following the example of Beethoven, who uses a chorale in his Piano Sonata in C major, Op. 2, No. 3, to impart a sense of profundity. In the case of Mendelssohn, we are left to ponder the reason for this incongruous addition. When this chorale tune returns in the coda, it is given massive, symphonic treatment and is completely detached from the first theme.

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