Adagio Non Troppo - Jean-Pierre Rampal, Isaac Stern, Jerusalem Music Center Chamber Orchestra - Mozart The Two Flute Concertos (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Isaac Stern (violin) performs with The Philadelphia Orchestra conducted by Eugene Ormandy. The track listing is as follows: LALO: Symphonie Espagnole, Op. 21 BRUCH: Concerto No. 1 in G Minor for Violin and Orchestra, Op. 26 The album cover shows wear and is graded "VG+" there is a "First" sticker on the label the vinyl is clean and is graded as.
  2. Mozart*, Jean-Pierre Rampal, Isaac Stern, Chamber Orchestra Of The Jerusalem Music Center* Mozart*, Jean-Pierre Rampal, Isaac Stern, Chamber Orchestra Of The Jerusalem Music Center* - Concerti Per Flauto E Orchestra N.1 In Sol K / N.2 In Re K • Andante In Do K ‎ (LP) Erato: STU Italy: Sell This Version5/5(2).
  3. There are two interesting features of this disc -- first, the lovely voice of Siegfried Jerusalem at the beginning of his career, and second, quite a lot of unfamiliar music. The title says "Great Tenor Arias," and some are great certainly. The others are interesting and well-wrought, and well worth hearing when sung by such a voice/5(5).
  4. He is also music director of the Jerusalem Great Synagogue Choir, as well as of the Europe-Israel Foundation for the Advancement of Jewish Liturgical Music. Jaffe has published an encyclopedic instructional set for the entire annual cycle of Hebrew liturgy, and he is preparing an analytical book on Jewish prayer modes.
  5. Talk:Adagio in G minor (Albinoni, Tomaso) Remo Giazotto. Pourrait-on préciser "compositeur: Remo Giazotto d'après Albinoni"? cordialement, Hautbois , 12 August (EDT) Pourquoi dire Albinoni? Il ne s'agit pas de tout de Albinoni. Les six mesures "legendaires", c'est meme trop peu pour indiquer Albinoni comme point de depart.
  6. Violin – Isaac Stern (tracks: 1 to 4) Notes Trio - Recorded at Theater C, SUNY Purchase, New York, / Sonata - Recorded at Jordan Hall, New England Conservatory of Music, Boston, /5(4).
  7. This piece, lasting roughly 13 minutes, is a master stroke of pure choral music. The piece is repetitive but Allegri builds up to a fantastic ending. Also of note is the glorious recording of Mozart's AVE VERUM CORPUS, Hadyn's DIE SCHOPFUNG, and Brahm's EIN DEUTCHES REQUIEM. A MUST for any choral music /5(5).

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