Yuja Wang - Haar beste Uitvoeringen
I watch Yuja Wang for the first time at Disney Hall in Los Angeles California in 2015, and that was my best experience since I love Yuja's Piano skills. Here are some of her performances over the years. Geniet!
Love in Maastricht - André Rieu
Tracklist: 01. Seventy – Six Trombones 02. Old Comrades, ARV_09 03. Granada 04. Tiritomba 05. Nessun Dorma 06. Snowwaltz, ARV_12 07. Pie Jesu 08. Olé Guapa 09. You'll Never Walk Alone 10. Clog Dance, ARV_17 11. Trompeten Echo 12. Anton aus Tirol 13. You Raise Me Up 14. Lara's Theme (from Dr. Zhivago) 15. Poliushko Polie 16. Kalinka, ARV_11 17. Caro Nome 18. The Beautiful Blue Danube, ARV_15 19. Amigos Para Siempre 20. Radetzkymarch, ARV_15 21. Strauss & Co. , ARV_15 22. Libiamo, ARV_10 23. Zorba's Dance (Sirtaki) 24. Macarena 25. La Bamba 26. Can't Help Falling In Love 27. Maastricht Anthem, ARV_09 28. Maastricht, City Of Jolly Singers 29. Adieu, Little Captain Of My Heart 30. Marina
New York Memories, Live at Radio City Music Hall – André Rieu
The Second Waltz - André Rieu (official video 2020)
André Rieu & His Johann Strauss Orchestra performing The Second Waltz live in Maastricht. Taken from the DVD Shall We Dance. For concert dates and tickets visit: http://www.andrerieu.com
Mozart Piano Concerto No 3 in D major - Young pianist and composer Elisha Mysin
The youngest pianist in Russia does not get his feet to the piano pedals, but masterfully performs the most complex musical works When Elisha Mysin sits down at the piano and music begins to flow from under his fingers, it is hard to believe that he is five years old. However, talent and hard work have already helped Stavropol Prodigy to win the appreciation of professionals and the love of the public from different parts of the country.
The Making of a Steinway - A Steinway & Sons Factory Tour Narrated by John Steinway
The making of a Steinway piano is a time-honored process involving the hands of many skilled craftspeople over the course of almost a full year. Steinway & Sons pianos are built in just two factories worldwide - one in Astoria, NY and one in Hamburg, Germany. Both factories have been building pianos for well over a century, and although Steinway has always been at the cutting edge in utilizing and perfecting the latest technology where it could make the piano better, we have found that certain things are simply better when done by skilled craftspeople than by a machine. For that reason, many parts of the process in building a Steinway have remained essentially unchanged for generations. So much so, that we were able to take decades-old audio from a narrated factory tour by the late John H. Steinway (great-grandson of Henry E. Steinway, who founded our great company in 1853) and use it as the narration for footage shot at the Steinway NY factory in 2011 by Ben Niles, producer of the documentary film "Note by Note" (http://www.notebynotethemovie.com).