Fanfára z pohádky Popelka - arr. Jan Pohůnek

Fanfára z pohádky Popelka - arr. Jan Pohůnek

Jan, Lukáš a Tomáš Pohůnkovi - trubky, Mária Pohůnková - organ

Fanfára «Slavnostní fanfára»

Fanfára «Slavnostní fanfára»

Fanfára «Slavnostní fanfára» Fanfara «Fanfara Solenne» Fanfare «Solemn Fanfare» Фанфара «Торжественная Фанфара» Esecuzione della Banda Centrale dell'Esercito della Repubblica Ceca (Ústřední hudba Armády České republiky). Compositore/Composer/Композитор: Mojmír Balling

Royal Entrance Fanfare - Randy Dunn, heralding trumpet

Royal Entrance Fanfare - Randy Dunn, heralding trumpet

NEWLY UPDATED CONTACT INFORMATION: randydunntrumpet.wordpress.com randydunntrumpet@outlook.com [NOTE: You can also hear this fanfare of mine in the movie, "The Dresser" (2015), starring Anthony Hopkins and Ian McKellen. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xMxByFQ-xXU ] This is an example of one of the fanfares that I play on the herald trumpet before a grand entrance occurs. I often play this fanfare (and similar ones) before the bride enters at a wedding. I have also played these types of fanfares before entrances or keynote speeches of various celebrities, including movie stars, television stars, theatrical stars, featured celebrity musical guests, U.S. presidents, corporate presidents and CEOs. But, since anyone can hire me, I have also played entrance fanfares for many non-celebrities, such as for the arrival of guests at private parties or for a special guest of honor who is being celebrated or is having a celebration. These types of fanfares are not only great for announcing people, but also work well for announcing grand openings, new products, new advertising campaigns, corporate banquets and meetings, special events, special sales, etc., and I have performed fanfares for these types of events many times. Although I most often perform as a solo heralding trumpeteer, sometimes clients prefer to hire two herald trumpeteers for an even grander and an even richer-sounding effect. (I once even performed at an event with an ensemble of eight herald trumpeteers.) Royal trumpet fanfares are not just for royalty--they are for anyone who wants to make a grand entrance that has real impact, leaving a lasting memory and unique impression on those who are in attendance.

George Frideric Handel - Music for the Royal Fireworks

George Frideric Handel - Music for the Royal Fireworks

George Frideric Handel's "Music for the Royal Fireworks" (1749), composed at the behest of King George II of Great Britain for the great fireworks display celebrating the signing of the peace of Aix-la-Chapelle, which concluded the War of the Austrian Succession on October 18, 1748. 0:00 Ouverture 8:24 Bourrée 9:55 La paix 13:42 La Réjouissance 17:25 Minuet I & II (Performed by the English Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Raymond Leppard.) The terms of the treaty were largely negotiated between the Kingdom of Great Britain and the Kingdom of France, with the other powers, chief among them Austria, Prussia and Spain, following their lead. The treaty affirmed the right of Austrian Empress Maria Theresa to the Habsburg thrones and recognized the gains of the rising Kingdom of Prussia, which had, with France and Spain, opposed the Habsburg monarchy and Great Britain. Although the position of Britain in the struggle was arguably less than paramount, it was decided that a great public fireworks celebration should be conducted to commemorate the peace. Handel composed his "Music for the Royal Fireworks" after being commissioned to provide "suitable music" for this celebration, to be held on April 27, 1749 in London in Green Park, by St. James's. The "Music for the Royal Fireworks" was first performed publicly six days before the great fireworks display, on April 21, 1749, when a full rehearsal of the music was held at Vauxhall Gardens. However, Handel himself objected to this performance. It is assumed his objection was due to logistics, but was more due to his promise to repeat the music for a charity concert at the Foundling Hospital four weeks after the main display. The Vauxhall performance was publicly advertised, and would thus be widely attended, so Handel feared it would lessen interest in subsequent performances. At any rate, over twelve thousand people, each paying two shillings and six pence, rushed en-masse for the Vauxhall rehearsal, causing a three-hour traffic jam. The Westminster Bridge was closed for subsidence repairs, so London Bridge was severely overcrowded. Carriages were forced across with great inconvenience, and there were reports of scuffles among the footmen. The rehearsal itself was accompanied by an 18 cannon salute, conducted with powder that had been delivered in a batch of 36 pounds. Against George II's wishes, Handel insisted upon including strings in the orchestra for the main celebration. Renowned designer Florentine Servandoni was summoned to construct what was dubbed an enormous "machine" as the centerpiece. A great wood and canvas structure measuring over 400 feet long and 100 feet high, it was constructed in the manner of "a magnificent Doric Temple" and executed in the trompe-l'oeil style. It was complete with a triumphal arch topped with a grand Sun, bearing the latin epigraph "VIVAT REX" in letters of "bright fire" which were to burn for five hours. The structure featured impressive side pavilions and elaborate decoration. On the great day, the King and his entourage toured the "machine," presenting purses to its operatives while the entire band played, commencing at 6 o'clock. The beginning of the fireworks display went well enough, as "The Gentleman's Magazine" vol. 19 (April, 1749), describes: "At half an hour after eight, the works were begun by a single rocket from before the library, then the cannon within the chevaux de frize were fired...101 pieces of cannon placed on Constitution-hill, were discharged; after which a great number of rockets of different sorts, balloons, &c. were discharged, to surprising perfection." However, catastrophe ensued when the great "machine" misfired and burst into intense flame. The left pavilion of the structure was most affected, and according to the "Description II" of the celebration, published afterwards, the contrivance "burnt with great Fury." Two of the arches smoldered to the ground, and the whole building was only saved when carpenters cast away another two arches and fire engines were brought in to suppress the flames. The stress was apparently great, because another misfortune followed when Florentine Servandoni threw a tantrum and drew his sword on Charles Frederick, Comptroller of the event. Servandoni was imprisoned but released the next day after tendering his apologies. In the end, the great sun, "32 feet in Diameter," the literal high-light of the arrangement, survived the disaster to fulfill expectations. Handel's orchestration begins with an Overture suited for the royal progress across St. James's park, the middle portion of which relaxes and turns toward B minor. Then, a Bourrée for woodwind and string follows, moving into a siciliano entitled "La Paix," which splendidly reflects the eighteenth-century view of peace as a country pastorale. The piece then moves to the brilliant and varied "Réjouissance," and finally, is concluded with two Minuets, finishing off the music in an august atmosphere.

FT 2015: Královské fanfáry

FT 2015: Královské fanfáry

Tak slib splněn :-) Pokud chcete vidět (slyšet :-)) více z našeho farního tábora, tak si poslužte odkazem níže: http://www.farnost-chrudim.cz/tabor2015

Fanfára z opery «Libuše»

Fanfára z opery «Libuše»

Fanfára z opery «Libuše» Fanfara dall'Opera «Libuše» Fanfare from the Opera «Libuše» Фанфара из оперы «Либуше» Esecuzione della Banda Centrale dell'Esercito della Repubblica Ceca (Ústřední hudba Armády České republiky). Compositore/Composer/Композитор: Bedřich Smetana Trattasi del Saluto Presidenziale Ceco. It's the Czech Presidential Salute. Это - Чешкий Президентский Салют.

Polonéza - 17.12.2010- Hodonínské taneční kurzy

Polonéza - 17.12.2010- Hodonínské taneční kurzy

Tradiční královská polonéza kterou vám zatančí účastníci odpoledního tanečního kurzu v Hodoníně

FT15: Královský tanec a Královská pařba

FT15: Královský tanec a Královská pařba

Další z táborového soundtracku: jde o slavnostní muziku fanfárového stylu. První ze skladeb je tedy hudba pro slavnostní příležitosti - na táboře zněla při příjezdu/odjezdu hostů, při příjezdu svatebního průvodu nebo při pasování nových rytířů. :-) Má formu ABA: první A je v podstatě založena pouze na třech akordech (tenhle "tříakordový typ" mě zaujal při poslechu jedné velmi známé fanfáry, jejíž jméno si napamatuju :D). Prostřední je zase jakési trio, trošku vybočení z čistě durové A - "zpestření" při poslechu. Co se druhé skladby týče, tak se jedná tak trochu o remix první. :-) Přidal jsem tam bicí - a nejen bicí! Všimněte si toho trianglu! :-) Triangl se mě moc líbí, takže tam má takové polosólo. Kdybyste chtěli omrknout pár fotek z našeho farního tábora 2015: http://www.farnost-chrudim.cz/tabor2015 Budu moc rád, když mi nějak dáte vědět, že se Vám hudba (video) líbila :-) A pokud chcete, tak mám na fb fanpage, stačí do vyhledávače napsat moje jméno... :-)

KRÁLOVSKÁ GARDA 167

KRÁLOVSKÁ GARDA 167

Přehlídkové vystoupení Hradní stráže na Pražském hradě 16.4.2014

Přehlídkové vystoupení Hradní stráže na Pražském hradě 16.4.2014

Záznam přehlídkového vystoupení příslušníků Hradní stráže na III. nádvoří Pražského hradu 16.4.2014. Tato přehlídková vystoupení se konají během letní sezóny většinou první středu v měsíci na III. nádvoří Pražského hradu kolem 13. nebo 14. hodiny. Více informací na stránkách Hradní stráže: http://www.hrad.army.cz

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