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CAMARGO GUARNIERI Três danças brasileiras LIGIA AMADIO OSN-UFF CAMARGO GUARNIERI: Três danças brasileiras I. Dança Brasileira II. Dança Selvagem III. Dança Negra Orquestra Sinfônica Nacional - UFF Conductor: Ligia Amadio DVD Música Viva - Série Música Brasileira no Tempo Recorded at Cine Arte UFF, Niterói, Brazil, 2007.

CAMARGO GUARNIERI Três danças brasileiras LIGIA AMADIO OSN-UFF CAMARGO GUARNIERI: Três danças brasileiras I. Dança Brasileira II. Dança Selvagem III. Dança Negra Orquestra Sinfônica Nacional - UFF Conductor: Ligia Amadio DVD Música Viva - Série Música Brasileira no Tempo Recorded at Cine Arte UFF, Niterói, Brazil, 2007.

Vaughan Williams Concerto in F minor for Bass Tuba and Orchestra

Vaughan Williams Concerto in F minor for Bass Tuba and Orchestra

Ennio Morricone: Cinema Paradiso with Gimnazija Kranj Symphony Orchestra

Ennio Morricone: Cinema Paradiso with Gimnazija Kranj Symphony Orchestra

Saint Saëns   Symphony No 3 in C minor, Op 78   Järvi

Saint Saëns Symphony No 3 in C minor, Op 78 Järvi

GUERRA-PEIXE Suite Pernambucana LIGIA AMADIO OSN-UFF CÉSAR GUERRA-PEIXE: Suite Sinfônica n.2 Pernambucana I. Maracatu II. Dança de caboclinhos III. Aboiado IV. Frevo Orquestra Sinfônica Nacional - UFF Conductor: Ligia Amadio DVD Música Viva - Série Música Brasileira no Tempo Recorded at Cine Arte UFF, Niterói, Brazil, 2007.

GUERRA-PEIXE Suite Pernambucana LIGIA AMADIO OSN-UFF CÉSAR GUERRA-PEIXE: Suite Sinfônica n.2 Pernambucana I. Maracatu II. Dança de caboclinhos III. Aboiado IV. Frevo Orquestra Sinfônica Nacional - UFF Conductor: Ligia Amadio DVD Música Viva - Série Música Brasileira no Tempo Recorded at Cine Arte UFF, Niterói, Brazil, 2007.

Excerpts of "Ascending Light" by Michael Gandolfi. Andris Nelsons returns for the final three of his ten enormously wide-ranging 2014-15 programs. Here he conducts the BSO's second world premiere of the season, a concerto written by Boston-based composer Michael Gandolfi for Symphony Hall's remarkable, recently restored Aeolian-Skinner organ.

Excerpts of "Ascending Light" by Michael Gandolfi. Andris Nelsons returns for the final three of his ten enormously wide-ranging 2014-15 programs. Here he conducts the BSO's second world premiere of the season, a concerto written by Boston-based composer Michael Gandolfi for Symphony Hall's remarkable, recently restored Aeolian-Skinner organ.

M. Mussorgsky, Dawn on the Moskva River, Introduction to the Opera "Khovanshchina"

M. Mussorgsky, Dawn on the Moskva River, Introduction to the Opera "Khovanshchina"

Carl Nielsen - Quintet op. 43, performed by Carion Quintet. (YouTube published on Sep 25, 2014)  Denmark's best known woodwind quintet CARION celebrates Denmark's best known composer's 150th anniversary with this brand new recording his masterpiece. --------------- The venue in this recording is beautiful. I also love the way the composer combines different instruments throughout the piece.

Carl Nielsen - Quintet op. 43, performed by Carion Quintet. (YouTube published on Sep 25, 2014) Denmark's best known woodwind quintet CARION celebrates Denmark's best known composer's 150th anniversary with this brand new recording his masterpiece. --------------- The venue in this recording is beautiful. I also love the way the composer combines different instruments throughout the piece.

Antonio Vivaldi, Sonata A minor for recorder, bassoon and b.c, RV 86 Tyska kyrkan, Stockholm, Sweden (May 2011).  Recorder - Jana Langenbruch Baroque bassoon - Nina Grigorjeva Baroque cello- Jenny Lierud Theorbo - Jonas Nordberg Harpsicord - Marcus Mohlin

Antonio Vivaldi, Sonata A minor for recorder, bassoon and b.c, RV 86 Tyska kyrkan, Stockholm, Sweden (May 2011). Recorder - Jana Langenbruch Baroque bassoon - Nina Grigorjeva Baroque cello- Jenny Lierud Theorbo - Jonas Nordberg Harpsicord - Marcus Mohlin

Bruch Violin Concerto no.1 Itzhak Perlman\ Published on Dec 20, 2015  Max Bruch Violin Concerto op.26 no. 1 in g minor Itzhak Perlman, violin Kazuyoshi Akiyama, conductor Tokyo Symphony Orchestra

Bruch Violin Concerto no.1 Itzhak Perlman\ Published on Dec 20, 2015 Max Bruch Violin Concerto op.26 no. 1 in g minor Itzhak Perlman, violin Kazuyoshi Akiyama, conductor Tokyo Symphony Orchestra

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