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A moist multilayered, sweet selection of classics and jazz with a nutty topping of rich flavorful instrumentals covered in a sugary glaze of orchestral pizzazz

GoGo Penguin - Hopopono (Official Video) [Gondwana Records]
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GoGo Penguin - Hopopono (Official Video) [Gondwana Records]

'v2.0 (Deluxe Edition)' is out now, listen and buy here: https://idol.lnk.to/v20-deluxe-edition Album: v2.0 [ALBUM] Track: 10 of 10 Title: Hopopno Artist: GoGo Penguin Label: Gondwana Records Cat#: GONDCD009 Formats: CD/Digital/Vinyl Digital Release: 17th March 2014 Physical Release: 17th March 2014 About This Release: GoGo Penguin v2.0 Gondwana Records Release date: Mar 17 2014 "Though very much jazz-based, they sit on the sort of spectrum that encompasses the likes of Radiohead, Portishead or Massive Attack" STV Entertainment "It's obvious why the Manchester clubs are jumping to this band." The Guardian Signed to Matthew Halsall's Gondwana Records and championed by DJs from Mike Chadwick to Gilles Peterson and Jamie Cullum GoGo Penguin's skittering break-beats, telepathic interplay and a penchant for anthemic melody all contribute to a sound that's wholly their own. Pianist Chris Illingworth's yearning classical influenced melodies are filtered through the dance music energy of bassist Nick Blacka and drummer Rob Turner. But there is no leader, no global set of rules. Each member receives inspiration, ideas and information from each other. Their instrumentation might be the archetypal piano trio but while the melodic, harmonic and structural ideas are influenced by both classical and jazz the rhythms are drawn from left field electronica and it's this meeting of opposites that makes their unique acoustic-electronica sound so exciting and creates such an interesting and emotionally rich palate for the listener. Follow Gondwana Records Mailing List: https://lnk.to/GondwanaEM YouTube: https://lnk.to/GondwanaYT Instagram: https://lnk.to/GondwanaIG Facebook: https://lnk.to/GondwanaFB Twitter: https://lnk.to/GondwanaTW
GYPSY JAZZ - HOT CLUB DU NAX - Joseph Joseph - ジプシージャズ
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GYPSY JAZZ - HOT CLUB DU NAX - Joseph Joseph - ジプシージャズ

Joseph Joseph - Hot Club du Nax Please du support us by buying our albums: https://hotclubdunax.bandcamp.com/ Thanks so much! www.hotclubdunax.com Gypsy Jazz or Jazz Manouche as some say. Inspired by the great Stéphane Grappelli, Django Reinhardt and their original Hot Club du France. Booking: www.hotclubdunax.com hotclubdunax@gmail.com https://www.facebook.com/hotclubdunax Recorded & Mixed by: www.isobelcope.com Jazz Singer Isobel Cope on Vocals, Solo Guitar Arian Kindl and Rhythm Lukas Bamesreiter, Double Bass Player Flo Hupfauf and Violinist Tomas Novak. Thanks to the two awesome Dancers : Mara Neugebauer and Ula Rauch Lyrics: A certain maid I know, is so afraid her beau Will never ask her, will she name the day He calls on her each night, and when she dims the light It's ten to one that you would hear her say Oh Joseph, Joseph, won't you make your mind up It's time I knew just how I stand with you My heart's no clock that I can stop and wind up Each time we make up after being through So listen Joseph, Joseph time is fleeting And here and there my hair is turning grey My mother has a fear, wedding bells I'll never hear Joseph, Joseph, won't you name the day Das Innsbrucker Gypsy Jazz Kollektiv Hot Club du Nax entstand während mystischer und endlos durchjamter Nächte im Oktober des Jahres 2015. In namensgebender Bar, dem NAX, wo sonst? Die Musiker Tomas Novak (Violine), Arian Kindl (Gitarre), Lukas Bamesreiter (Gitarre), Flo Hupfauf (Kontrabass) und die wunderbare Isobel Cope (Gesang) bilden gegenwärtig die working band und Kernbesetzung des Kollektivs. Regelmäßig werden hochkarätigste Gastmusiker aus hiesigen wie benachbarten, manchmal aus weit entfernten und bisweilen sogar aus nur noch aus Legenden bekannten Landen gefeatured. In Kooperation mit dem Swingout Innsbruck (Swingtanzszene) ist das Ensemble immer wieder als große Jamband auf glühend heißen Swingparties zu erleben (vgl. Skandalpresse). Jedoch reicht das Spektrum der Auftrittsformen stufenlos vom sagenhaften Heimspiel im NAX über andere Orte des magischen und weltberühmten Innsbrucker Nachtlebens bis zu den unerwartetsten Lokalitäten und schlicht allen Events die für das menschliche Gehirn denkbar sind ohne dass es dabei explodiert. 热俱乐部du Nax - 约瑟夫约瑟夫 吉普赛爵士乐队'Hot Club du Nax'扮演'约瑟夫约瑟夫'。 梦见咆哮的20和30年代? 让我们带您回到几十年的金色香槟......可用于婚礼,派对,舞会和酒吧明星! 爵士歌手Isobel Cope on Vocals,Jazz Guitarists Arian Kindl和Lukas Bamesreiter,Double Bass Player Flo Hupfauf和Violinist Tomas Novak。 歌词: 我知道,某位女仆很害怕她的男友 永远不会问她,她会说出这一天 他每天晚上都会打电话给她,当她昏暗的时候 你会听到她说的十分之一 约瑟夫,约瑟夫,你不会让自己的想法 是时候我知道我和你站在一起了 我的心脏没有时间,我可以停下来,结束 每次我们通过后弥补 所以听约瑟夫,约瑟夫时间稍纵即逝 在这里和那里,我的头发变灰了 我母亲有一种恐惧,我永远都听不到婚礼的钟声 约瑟夫,约瑟夫,你不会说出这一天 ホット・クラブ・デュ・ナックス - ジョセフ・ジョセフ ジプシージャズバンド「ホット・クラブ・デュ・ナックス」が「ジョセフ・ジョセフ」を演奏する。 轟音の20代と30代を夢見る? 結婚式、パーティー、ボール、バーミツバのために利用可能な金色のシャンパンの数十年にあなたを連れて行きましょう! ジャズギタリスト、Arian Kindl、Lukas Bamesreiter、Double Bass Player、Flo Hupfauf、Violinist Tomas Novakなどがあります。 歌詞: 私が知っている特定のメイドは、彼女のそばをとても恐れている 決して彼女に尋ねることはありません 彼は毎晩彼女に電話し、彼女が光をくすぐると あなたが彼女の言うことを聞くのは10対1です ああジョセフ、ジョセフ、あなたはあなたの心を作ってくれませんか? それは私があなたとどのように立っているかを知っている時です 私の心は私が止めて巻き上げることのできる時計ではありません 私たちが終わった後にメイクするたびに だからジョセフを聞いて、ジョセフの時間は一瞬です そして、ここで私の髪は灰色になっています 私の母は恐れがあります、結婚式の鐘私は聞くことはありません ジョセフ、ジョセフ、あなたはその日の名前をつけませんか
Daniel Hope & Christoph Israel – Guglielmi: La vie en rose
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Daniel Hope & Christoph Israel – Guglielmi: La vie en rose

NEW ALBUM – HOPE@HOME – Listen here: https://DG.lnk.to/Hope-Home “Wouldn’t it be possible to produce something at home that sounded just as good as in the concert hall?” Idling the time away in his Berlin apartment during the cultural and social lockdowns was just as much out of the question for Daniel Hope as spontaneous home concerts with unsatisfactory cell phone sound: After all, according to the violinist, “isn’t classical music all about sound, about really listening?” And so, with the support of the TV broadcaster ARTE, he developed a special concert format and transformed his living room into a high-tech TV studio. The Hope@Home livestream project was born in a moment: a series of home concerts that were broadcast live on ARTE and on the Deutsche Grammophon YouTube channel and from which the label is now releasing highlights as an album. For more information please see: https://www.deutschegrammophon.com/en/composers/danielhope Find Daniel Hope Online: Homepage: https://www.danielhope.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/daniel.hope.page/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/violinhope/?hl=de Find Christoph Israel Online: Homepage: http://christophisrael.de/ Find Deutsche Grammophon Online Homepage: http://deutschegrammophon.com Facebook: http://fb.com/deutschegrammophon Twitter: http://twitter.com/dgclassics Instagram: http://instagram.com/dgclassics Newsletter: https://www.deutschegrammophon.com/en Discover full concert performances on DG Premium - registration and basic library are free: https://www.dg-premium.com Get your front row ticket here for exclusive streams and world premieres with leading artists: https://www.dg-stage.com _______________ 最高のクラシック音楽―登録はこちら: http://bit.ly/Subscribe_DG 最优质古典音乐 – 此处订阅: http://bit.ly/Subscribe_DG Лучшая Классическая Музыка - Подписаться: http://bit.ly/Subscribe_DG La mejor música clásica - Suscríbase aquí: http://bit.ly/Subscribe_DG Le meilleur de la musique classique. Pour vous abonner cliquez ici: http://bit.ly/Subscribe_DG #DanielHope #HopeAtHome #Violin
Ludovico Einaudi: Tiny Desk Concert
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Ludovico Einaudi: Tiny Desk Concert

Kara Frame | July 15, 2022 Ludovico Einaudi was on a North American tour, playing before audiences in the thousands, when he stopped by the NPR office to play a far more intimate setting: a Tiny Desk set. It’s the first tour for the Italian pianist and composer since the beginning of the pandemic, following the release of his 2022 album, Underwater. It’s an album that captures how many have felt in the pandemic — feeling underwater, or trapped in another world. It’s that relatable feeling — like we’re treading water trying to remain above the surface, powering through the adversity of the last two years — that makes Einaudi’s music so emotional and reflective. The pulsating strings of the opening song to his Tiny Desk concert, the track “Experience” from his 2013 album In A Time Lapse, demand attention, captivating the audience. The fact that the song recently went viral due to a TikTok trend only proves how welcoming Einaudi’s music is — and why he is the most-streamed classical pianist of all time. Ludovico Einaudi’s presence at the piano keeps you waiting for more. His fingers glide over the keys effortlessly, but he never seems rushed. As he plays, his eyes are closed. And in this concert, you can tell his music moves him as much as it does his audience. SET LIST “Experience” “Fly” “Flora” “Low Mist” MUSICIANS Ludovico Einaudi: piano Federico Mecozzi: violin Redi Hasa: cello Francesco Arcuri: percussion TINY DESK TEAM Producer/Director: Kara Frame Audio Engineer: Josh Rogosin Director: Joshua Bryant Creative Director: Bob Boilen Series Producer: Bobby Carter Editor: Kara Frame Videographers: Kara Frame, Joshua Bryant, Michael Zamora, Pierre Kattar Production Assistant: Jill Britton, Joby Tanseco Tiny Desk Team: Suraya Mohamed, Marissa Lorusso, Hazel Cills, Ashley Pointer, Maia Stern VP, Visuals and Music: Keith Jenkins Senior VP, Programming: Anya Grundmann #tinydesk #nprmusic #ludovicoeinaudi
GoGo Penguin: NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert
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GoGo Penguin: NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert

Sept. 14, 2018 | Colin Marshall -- During his setup, GoGo Penguin's pianist Chris Illingworth asked if he could remove our piano cover to "access the inside" and, after a few rotations of a screwdriver, he soon handed me a long plank of black painted maple, which has no convenient place to rest in the NPR Music office. If you look closely at the piano innards during "Bardo," you can see a strip of black tape stretched over a few strings, opposite Illingworth's bobbing head. It mutes a group of strings, turning them into percussive jabs and dividing the instrument into more explicit rhythmic and melodic sections. What you can't see: GoGo Penguin's audio engineer a few feet to the left of frame, dialing-in reverb effects on the piano, which we heard in the room. These two elements, in tandem with bassist Nick Blacka's precise canvasing and drummer Rob Turner's charged and delicate pulse, have heavily contributed to the sonic identity of this trio - a signal to jazz jukebox listeners that, "Ah yes, that's a GoGo Penguin tune." GoGo Penguin models closely the leaderless jazz power trio set in motion by forbearers in The Bad Plus, but you can also hear the drippings of electronica groups like Bonobo, and drum-and-bass foundations akin to Roni Size with a bit more acoustic rattle (Turner even fashions his own prepared drum accessories from rope, duct tape, and metal rings, which you can see resting atop his ride cymbal and snare. He tells me he usually has more, but he hasn't made new ones in a while). But dissecting this music belabors what's certain: this trio has become a reference point of their own for new school instrumentalists, a coveted achievement for any jazz group, though their appeal stretches far outside the jazz ecosystem. In fact, in 2018 alone, the band played some of the world's most notable pop festivals like Bonnaroo and Outside Lands and top-tier international jazz festivals: Montreal and North Sea. This trio found a way to wedge themselves in the middle of the Venn diagram that overlaps musicians and music heads. Among my colleagues at NPR, I witnessed expressions ranging from studious squints to closed-eye meditation, those in the room experiencing GoGo Penguin's tunes like they would a collage: the fine details as valuable as the larger shape. Set List "Raven" "Bardo" "Window" Credits Producers: Colin Marshall Morgan Noelle Smith; Creative Director: Bob Boilen; Audio Engineer: Josh Rogosin; Videographers: Morgan Noelle Smith, Khun Minn Ohn, CJ Riculan; Production Assistant: Catherine Zhang; Photo: Samantha Clark
Yo-Yo Ma: NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert
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Yo-Yo Ma: NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert

Aug. 17, 2018 | Tom Huizenga -- Why did Laurence Olivier return so often to Shakespeare's Othello? Why did Ansel Adams keep photographing the Grand Canyon? Obsessed or awestruck, artists revisit great inspirations because they believe there is yet another story to tell – about life, about themselves. Cellist Yo-Yo Ma brought his great inspiration, and in turn part of his own life story, to an enthusiastic audience packed around the Tiny Desk on a hot summer day. Ma is returning, yet again, to the Six Suites for Unaccompanied Cello by Johann Sebastian Bach, a Mount Everest for any cellist. He has just released his third studio recording of the complete set and is taking the music on a two-year, six-continent tour. Ma's first recording of the Suites, released in 1983, earned him his first Grammy. Ma has played the music for 58 years and along the way it's become something of a practical guide to living, pulling him through hardships and celebrating times of joy. "It's like forensic musicology," Ma told the Tiny Desk audience. "Embedded in the way I play is actually, in many ways, everything I've experienced." The undulating "Prelude" from the Suite No. 1 was the very first music Ma ever played. He was four years old. The soulful "Sarabande" from the Sixth Suite has served dual purposes, Ma explained. "I've played this piece both at friends' weddings, and unfortunately also at their memorial services." And the exuberant "Gigue," from the Third Suite, with its toe-tapping beat, reminds us that Bach was far from a stuffed wig. Such is this sturdy, versatile and benevolent music, offering a full range of the human condition. And then there is Ma. Certainly one of the most brilliant cellists of modern times, he's also a thoughtful, curious humanitarian, with an endless thirst to understand, celebrate, and connect disparate cultures of the world. He's also a true mensch. As soon as he arrived at our office to play, Ma unpacked his cello – a famed 1712 Stradivarius – and immediately handed it over, with his bow, and said, "Here play something." It didn't matter that I'd never held a cello. It was just another one of Yo-Yo Ma's warm and welcoming gestures, another way to open up music to anyone and everyone. Set List J.S. Bach: "Prelude (from Suite No. 1 for Solo Cello)" J.S. Bach: "Sarabande (from Suite No. 6 for Solo Cello)" J.S. Bach: "Gigue (from Suite No. 3 for Solo Cello)" Credits Producers: Tom Huizenga, Kara Frame; Creative Director: Bob Boilen; Audio Engineer: Josh Rogosin; Videographers: Morgan Noelle Smith, Kara Frame; Photo: Samantha Clark/NPR.
Kronos Quartet: NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert
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Kronos Quartet: NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert

Sunny Yang joined Kronos Quartet in June 2013. Now, just five months later, the cellist she says she's learned quite a few new works — not just a handful, but about 70 pieces. That degree of dedication to contemporary composers, coupled with an insane concert schedule, has propelled Kronos Quartet forward over the past four decades. If they wanted, the musicians — who also include founder David Harrington and longtime members John Sherba and Hank Dutt — could reminisce over more than 800 new works and arrangements they've commissioned in 40 years. But instead, the new-music train pushes ever onward to new territories. They remain a living, breathing world-heritage site for music. Now in the midst of its 40th-anniversary tour, Kronos brings to this Tiny Desk Concert a new arrangement, a work from a new album and, for Kronos, something of a chestnut, a piece the group recorded a whopping five years ago. Aheym (Yiddish for "homeward") was written for Kronos by Bryce Dessner; a member of the Brooklyn rock band The National, he studied composition at Yale. The music thrives on nervous energy, pulsating with strumming and spiccato (bouncing the bow on strings) while building to a tremendous fever. It also opens Kronos' new album of Dessner works. "Lullaby," a traditional song with Afro-Persian roots (from the group's Eastern-flavored 2009 album Floodplain), is woven from different cloth altogether. Colorful tones that lay between our Western pitches are threaded through the music, anchored by a gorgeous solo from violist Dutt; his contribution takes on the warm and weathered sound of a grandmother singing to a child. Kronos caps off the concert with another hairpin turn, this time to a fresh arrangement of "Last Kind Words," a little-known blues song from around 1930, recorded by singer and guitarist Geeshie Wiley. In Jacob Garchik's exuberant arrangement (which Kronos premiered this fall), interlocking strums and plucks provide a kind of rhythm section, while Harrington's violin stands in for the now-forgotten blues singer. --TOM HUIZENGA Set List "Aheym" "Lullaby" "Last Kind Words" Kronos Quartet David Harrington, violin John Sherba, violin Hank Dutt, viola Sunny Yang, cello Credits Producers: Denise DeBelius, Tom Huizenga, Anastasia Tsioulcas; Editor: Gabriella Garcia-Pardo; Audio Engineer: Kevin Wait; Videographers: Denise DeBelius, Becky Harlan, Abbey Oldham, Meredith Rizzo
The Phantom of the Opera - Prague Cello Quartet [Official video]
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The Phantom of the Opera - Prague Cello Quartet [Official video]

PRAGUE CELLO QUARTET Buy our new ALBUM: http://itunes.apple.com/album/id1451998389?ls=1&app=itunes Buy this song: http://itunes.apple.com/album/id1297037627?ls=1&app=itunes Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/praguecelloquartet/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/praguecello/ Website: http://www.pcq.cz/ Book a concert: pcq@pcq.cz Support our videos on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/PragueCelloQuartet -CAST- Prague Cello Quartet Jan Zvěřina Petr Špaček Ivan Vokáč Jan Zemen Composer: Andrew Lloyd Webber Arranger: Jiří Kabát Special Thanks belongs to the best crew: Production: LITTLE APE PRODUCTION Director: Pavel Soukup Director of Photography: Václav Tlapák Editor: Vojtěch Kunc Executive Producer: Leona Čekalová Wardrobe Stylist: Lenka Kovaříková Art Director: Jitka Pospíšilová Make-up: Barbora Potužníková Focus Puller: Vojtěch Fabian Grip: Štěpán Ježek Gaffer: Ondřej Suchánek Best Boy: Josef Ibl DIT: Ondřej Pokorný Visual Post-production: Achtung 4K Color Grading: Patrik Velek Sound Engineer: Martin Stupka Music Recording Studio: Gothic Church Prague Crossroads Graphic Designer: Ondřej Kostiha Runner: Martin Diviš, Zdeněk Baláž Ondřej Novák, Tomáš David Driver: Pavel Kučera, Pavel Kučera st. Camera Rental: PANAVISION Lights Rental: HEXAR Making Of: Martin Hlozek Special Thanks: Pavlína Ištoková, Jiří Vít, Robert Hloz, Jan Bártek, Lukáš Gabriel, Filip Lépeš ©2017 PCQ, s.r.o.
A Tribute To John Williams
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The Phantom of the Opera Medley - Mantovani Concert Live
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The Phantom of the Opera Medley - Mantovani Concert Live

Recorded from the live 'Magic of Mantovani Orchestra' concert at Bournemouth Pavilion Theatre on 8th October 2017. This Mantovani Pavilion concert was the busiest ever with over a thousand Mantovani fans being treated to a programme dedicated to his movie themes. And there to witness it were the Mantovani family including his grandson Simon Mott who paid tribute to Paul Barrett, the musicians and the team dedicated to keeping his grandfather’s music alive. Under conductor Gavin Sutherland - one of Britain’s foremost experts in light orchestral music - they played numbers from The King and I, My Fair Lady, Phantom of the Opera , Mutiny on the Bounty, The Magnificent Seven and many more. Featured soloists included pianist Sam Hanson, trumpeter Mike Lovatt, singers Rossano Sal and Jemma Truss and of course Paul Barrett himself who plays percussion and excels in wearing silly hats. After Climb Every Mountain - officially the final number -there were two encores: the Mantovani classic Charmaine and a fun, hastily rehearsed version of Zorba’s Dance. Ten years have seen eight concerts so far and 72-year-old Paul must be looking forward with relish to the next two. Review by Jeremy Miles CONDUCTOR: Gavin Sutherland LEADER: Geoffrey Allan https://www.mantovanimusic.com/blog/recorded at Bournemouth Pavilion during October 2017 this concert was captured in Blu-ray sound and vision. This performance is The Fall Of Love. Paul Barrett (orchestra Director and Producer) has full rights to perform and record this concert material and is uploaded here for entertainment and informational purposes.