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(FR) Folle de Musique (Catherine Kauffmann-Saint-Martin) Blog: Les Passions Video

Contributed by Admin on Jul 06, 2012

(From a recent blog post on Catherine Kauffmann-Saint-Martin’s “Scoop.it!” blog)

Les Passions - Montauban - Vivaldi - Concerto in d minor for 2 violins, cello and strings

Visit Catherine Kauffmann-Saint-Martin’s blog site “Scoop.it!” where you can view a recent video produced by Nicolas Kauffmann of a recent performance by  Les Passions of the Vivaldi Concerto in d minor for 2 violins, cello and strings.  


(CH) TUMAPRODUCTIONS YouTube Video Clip of Riccardo Minasi and iL Pomo d'Oro and more ...

Contributed by Admin on May 21, 2012

For your viewing and listening pleasure, a link to the TUMAPRODUCTIONS YouTube channel where you will find various videos, and, in particular that of Riccardo Minasi and iL Pomo d’Oro short video. You may also want to listen to all of the videos in sequence (an option on that page).
    


(UK) Video - Dunedin Consort, Bach Cantata 174 Sinfonia (6 may 2012)

Contributed by Admin on May 13, 2012
Although the performance has already taken place, for your viewing pleasure, “John Butt introduces the Sinfonia to Cantata 174, Ich liebe den Höchsten von ganzem Gemüte, I love the Almighty with all my heart , which forms part of the closing concert of our Brandenburg - Cantata Series, Sunday 6th of May, at the Queen’s Hall in Edinburgh.”
     

(FR) Syntagma: Jehan de Lescurel. 'Amours, que vous ai je meffait'

Contributed by Admin on Feb 21, 2012

“Here is a new, or a first (depending on the point of view) video of the ensemble Syntagma. A very beautiful song of Jehan de Lescurel (first third of the XIV th century) in a spirit quite anti-St-Valentin day.” (Syntagma newsletter 19 feb 2012)


(UK) Dunedin Consort's Edinburgh Brandenburg-Cantata SeriesI

Contributed by Admin on Jan 25, 2012

Rosenna East Interview with  John But, Director of the Dunedin Consort.

“In the run up to the Dunedin Consort’s Brandenburg concertos this month, Rosenna went to speak to Director and Bach scholar John Butt.”
  


(FR) Julia Kogan - Les Passions "Anche il mar par che Sommerga" - Vivaldi (19 Apr 2011)

Contributed by Admin on Dec 30, 2011
For your viewing pleasure, Julia Kogan and “Les Passions - Orchestre baroque de Montauban” Vivaldi "Anche il mar par che Sommerga" (II Bajazet) Réalisation Nicolas Kauffmann. Recorded on the 19 April 2011 at the “Théâtre Olympe de Gouges - Montauban”
  

(IT) "tumaproductions" YouTube Channel

Contributed by Admin on Oct 26, 2011
For your viewing pleasure, “tumaproductions” has posted some videos of “Il Complesso Barocco”, “Riccardo Minasi, violin”, “Musica Antiqua Roma”,“Riccardo Minasi, violin and conductor” and more.
  

(AU) Australian Keyboard Collection (Episode 19 -- Keyboards)

Contributed by Admin on Oct 21, 2011
Download and view a “vodcast” from ABC Collectors series regarding a collection of working pianos situated in Australia. The vodcast is approximately 3-5 minutes long and worth the download.
  

(US) Tombeau de DuBut for baroque lute by Robert de Visée (Rob MacKillop, lute, YouTube Video)

Contributed by Admin on Oct 20, 2011

“The first video with my new 13c lute by Malcolm Prior. …” For your enjoyment an amazing performance from Rob MacKillop, lutenist -- editor

“Robert de Visée’s origin is unknown, although a Portuguese origin of his surname had been suggested. He was likely to have studied with Francesco Corbetta. He was first mentioned in 1680, and at about that time became a chamber musician to Louis XIV, in which capacity he often performed at court.
  


(BE) A Blast from the Past! -- La Petite Bande YouTube Video

Contributed by Admin on Oct 19, 2011

J.S. Bach- La Petite Bande Matthäus- Passion : So ist mein Jesu.mp4

Fresh faces and great music. View a recent posting from “Lapetitebande” on YouTube for your entertainment pleasure.
  


(BE) La Petite Bande YouTube Video (Korean tour 2011)

Contributed by Admin on Oct 09, 2011
“Great video's from the past Korean tour 2011, have a look ! Thanks to our Korean-team for the follow-up!”
   

(ES) Cantiga de Santa Maria CSM 103 - Quen a Virgen ben servirá

Contributed by viaartiskonsort on Sep 26, 2011

This is the story of a monk who one morning left to meditate at a small nearby mountain and there listened to the beautiful trill of a bird. So beautiful was the birds song that he remained listening for 300 years or more, although to him it seemed only a moment. 


(AT) Orpheon Foundation: View videos from recent/past events

Contributed by Admin on Sep 21, 2011
As well as keeping a very interesting website, the Orpheon Foundation may also be found on Facebook where you can view some videos of recent and past events.

(US) Musicians of the Old Post Road - Nightingale aria (Bononcini)

Contributed by Admin on Sep 20, 2011
“Musicians of the Old Post Road's recording session in May, 2011 of an aria by Bononcini for its upcoming "Roman Handel" CD.

(UK) Stuart Walsh Plays From Brian Wright's "Suite in Eight Movements for Solo Renaissance Lute"

Contributed by Admin on Sep 14, 2011
A YouTube clip where Stuart Walsh plays from Brian Wright’s “Suite in Eight Movements for Solo Renaissance Lute” (Lute Society Music Editions 1999).
  

(US) Ton Koopman speaks - BWV 106 - Actus Tragicus

Contributed by Admin on Jul 05, 2011
Ton Koopman speaks on Bach cantatas and Mr. Koopman’s interpretation of the reasons behind Bach’s strategy of the number of authored cantatas. He also goes on to explain the choice of pitch, instrumentation and performance practice of the day of the cantatas.
  

(CA) Quantum 2 Cosmos Festival and J.S Bach (Oct. 25/2009)

Contributed by Admin on Nov 17, 2009

The meeting of great minds and music do mix! Cynthia Hiebert (harpsichord) and Jeremy Bell (violin) perform ad the Quantum 2 Cosmos Festival (Waterloo, Canada). 

Follow link to view video:  (scroll to the 2:45 mark to see the video) http://www.q2cfestival.com/play.php?lecture_id=7762


(FR) Valéry Sauvage Celebrates His 400th YouTube Lute Video

Contributed by Admin on Nov 02, 2009

This is video # 400 !!! Hope you'll enjoy it. Lute made by Stephen Murphy“ Visit YouTube to view the more than 400 videos of Valéry Sauvage playing lute:  YouTube #400


(NL) Lute lessons on YouTube -- David van Ooijen, lutenist

Contributed by Admin on Sep 20, 2009

David van Ooijen, lutenist, has made some Lute lessons available on YouTube. Follow the following link to view the more than 20 lessons here:

 YouTube Lute lessons


(FR) Magdalena Kozena at Festival d'Aix-en-Provence (Jun. 7/09)

Contributed by Admin on Jul 24, 2009

For your viewing pleasure, a video of Magdalena Kozena at Festival d'Aix-en-Provence (Jun. 7/09). 

“Magdalena Kozena interprets airs of italian music from the 17th century accompanied by the ensemble Private Musicke. Programme: Giulio Caccini, Sigismondo D'India, Giovanni Paolo Foscarini, Biaggio Marini, Michelangelo Rossi, Luis de Briceno, Gaspar Sanz, Giovanni Maria Trabacci, Claudio Monteverdi, Barbara Strozzi, Tarquino Merulo, Girolamo Kapsberger.“


(IT) Aquila Corde Armoniche

Contributed by Admin on May 10, 2009

A short YouTube video (10 minutes) to the Aquila factory where gut strings are wound. 

Visit YouTube video here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2_Cwe_pz0Uo


(AU) Dr. Ralph Schureck, Australian fortepiano collector News segment on ABC

Contributed by Admin on May 09, 2009

“Music-loving psychiatrist, Dr. Ralph Schureck has brought together one of the most important collection in the world. He has the largest collection of early keyboards in Australia, and many are rare and have historical connections. Ralph says that the 1793 Stodart forte piano may have been played by Haydn himself, and is one of only a handful of early English pianos in existence, and the 1816 Broadwood grand piano is a model much loved by Beethoven.“

Visit website for a short video and notes:  ABC Segment on Dr. Ralph Schureck


(FR) The restauration of a "Polizzino" Roma 1634 harpsichord

Contributed by Admin on Apr 18, 2009

View a YouTube  restauration of a "Polizzino" Roma 1634 harpsichord. Well annotated but controversial in some circles of discussion. (ed.)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uzCAPpJkd_A&feature=channel


Gianfranco Mari: SCARLATTI "LA DIRINDINA" -- giant harpsichord used as a stage

Contributed by Admin on Jun 22, 2008

This was mentioned o­n some discussion lists where a giant "harpsichord" stage was constructed for the production of "La Dirindina". The selection is from YouTube. Enjoy.


Medieval Heldesk -- From Scrolls to Books

Contributed by Admin on Apr 05, 2008
Short video clip on what could have happened when books were introduced in medieval times. Here ...