A. de Cabezon - Dic nobis, Maria Dic nobis Maria by Antonio de Cabezon (1510-1566) palyed by Franco Bandera da Rovereto on italian clavichord with 4 bridges made by himself.
A. Cabezon-Differencias sobr el canto Antonio de Cabezón (c. 1510 -- 26 March 1566) was a Spanish Renaissance composer and organist. Blind from childhood, he quickly rose to prominence as performer and was eventually employed by the royal family. He was among the most important composers of his time and the first major Iberian keyboard composer. Cabezón was born in Castrillo Matajudíos, a municipality near Burgos, in the north of Spain. Nothing is known about his formative years. He became blind in early childhood, and he may have been educated at the Palencia Cathedral by the organist there, García de Baeza. At the time, the country was slowly entering its Golden Age. On 14 March 1516 Charles V was proclaimed King of Castile and of Aragon jointly with his mother, the first time the crowns of Castile and Aragon were united under the same king. After the death of his paternal grandfather, Maximilian, in 1519, Charles also inherited the Habsburg lands in Austria, and later went on to become Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire and one of the most powerful monarchs in the world. In 1525 Charles married Isabella of Portugal, further strengthening his position in Spain. It was Isabella who employed Cabezón into her service in 1526. His duties included playing the clavichord and the organ, and he also assumed the position of organist at the chapel Isabella organized soon after her wedding. The composer remained with the royal family for the rest of his life. Through the court, he met such important composers as ...
Antonio de Cabezón: Pavana con su glosa Guy Bovet plays the Salinas Organ, Salamanca The most ancient of the three organs in the cathedral of Salamanca bears the name of Francisco Salinas, an influential musician in the times of Cabezón and the building date of the organ around 1540. This organ looks like a confessional, much bigger than a portative, but it was carried around on processions during the centuries. Guy Bovet plays a Pavane with added glosa, a typical composition style of XVI. century Spain. First a simple dance piece, the pavane, ist given, followed by the glosa, a musical commentary on the theme. Guy Bovet, Organ Valois CD 4650 Picture: ja-
Black Strings - The Trooper (Live at Cabezón) Vídeo del concierto de Cabezón del 21 de Diciembre de 2007. Allí tocamos el trío de siempre con Javi Murga, el gran batería que nos lleva acompañando en este viaje desde Octubre y con Ismael, el bajista del grupo anfitrión que se ha unido recientemente a nuestras filas. Os dejo la letra de la mítica canción de Iron Maiden. Esperamos k os guste You'll take my life but I'll take yours too You'll fire your musket but I'll run you through So when you're waiting for the next attack You'd better stand there's no turning back. The bugle sounds and the charge begins But on this battlefield no one wins The smell of acrid smoke and horses breath As I plunge on into certain death. The horse he sweats with fear we break to run The mighty roar of the Russian guns And as we race towards the human wall The screams of pain as my comrades fall We hurdle bodies that lay on the ground And the Russians fire another round We get so near yet so far away We won't live to fight another day. We get so close near enough to fight When a Russian gets me in his sights He pulls the trigger and I feel the blow A burst of rounds take my horse below. And as I lay there gazing at the sky My body's numb and my throat is dry And as I lay forgotten and alone Without a tear I draw my parting groan
' REVERSE BACK ' - CABEZON OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO . Directed by Ravin Ramkissoon
Cabezon - Pavana con su glosa ANTONIO DE CABEZON (1510-1566) Pavana "con su glosa" for viol consort and basso continuo Performed by Hesperion XXI Directed by Jordi Savall *Antonio de Cabezón was a Spanish composer and organist of the Renaissance. He was blind from early childhood. He traveled widely in Europe (including England) with the king in the years 1548-56 but settled in Madrid when it became the home of the Spanish royal court, remaining there until his death. He is best known for his Tientos—short, intense, liturgical and polyphonic works for keyboard music and organ. His compositions were published in 1578, by his son Hernando de Cabezón. Many of them are still readily accessible today, in sheet music and recorded form. He produced some of the earliest extant music for solo organ
DJ CABEZON 2011 PRESSKIT DJ Cabezon has been DJing since 1994, born in Queens, NY and raised in the DC area. He has released over 140 mixcds ranging from Hip Hop, Reggae, Reggaeton, Salsa, merengue, Bachata, Dance, and Underground Hip Hop. He releases 4-5 cds a month, and his cds can be downloaded for free all over the internet. His total downloads have reached over 28000 online!You can also find his newest cds for download on his website, . He has worked with many recording artists in the industry on projects and shows. You can also watch him every Tuesday on his online show, Moliendo Mix Radio Show, which has had viewers call in from all over the world such as Colombia, El Salvador,Canada,Puerto Rico and more. The show is every Tuesday from 8pm-11pm ( EST) on . He has djed for" MTV My Sweet 16" tv show with Don Dinero and Dem Franchise Boys, been invited to Mtv 3 in NY two times to sit in on a taping of Mtv Trl. He has also been voted one of the Top DJs on . He has also designed dj accessories such as a dj slipmat for Dj turntables that can be bought a GuitarCenters Nationwide. Dj Cabezon continues to work on projects to continue his Dj Career, while at the sometime djing the hottest clubs and running his graphics company "Hardheaded Designs".
Red House Painters - Cabezon A short video to "Cabezon" by Red House Painters. (It's actually only around 3:15 minutes in duration as I had a small problem with the editing software)
Antonio de Cabezón - Himno Veni Creator Spiritus Antonio de Cabezón (c. 1510 26 March 1566) was a Spanish Renaissance composer and organist. Blind from childhood, he quickly rose to prominence as performer and was eventually employed by the royal family. He was among the most important composers of his time and the first major Iberian keyboard composer. More of this Wiki info: ernst stolz organ (Hauptwerk Brescia) Organ: Costanzo Antegnati (1549 -- 1624) Italian organist, composer and organ builder; member of a famous family of organ builders. He was organist of Brescia cathedral from 1584-1619, and published volumes of Masses and psalms for double choir, motets and madrigals; also a volume of organ ricercars (1608) containing an introduction entitled L'arte organica, which discusses registration and lists the organs his family had built.
A. DE CABEZON Diferencias sobre la Gallarda Milanesa - Simone Stella Simone Stella plays Diferencias sobre la Gallarda Milanesa by Antonio De Cabezon (1510 - 1566) Spanish composer and organist, blind from infancy, he was taught music first by local organists, then by the cathedral organist in Valencia. In 1526 he was appointed organist to Queen Isabella. After her death in 1539 he worked for her children, especially Prince Philip, who later became King Philip II and was from 1548 Cabezón's sole employer. He traveled widely in Europe (including England) with the king in the years 1548-56 but settled in Madrid when it became the home of the Spanish royal court, remaining there until his death. His numerous compositions for organ and stringed keyboard instruments include glosas (intabulations of polyphonic works by other composers, usually not Spanish, reconceived as keyboard pieces), diferencias (variation sets, in which he was a pioneer, most based on melodies from Spanish cancioneros and on dances), entirely original tientos, and various liturgical pieces such as hymns. Some works were included in Luis Venegas de Henestrosa's Libro de cifira nueva (1557); most were first printed by his son Hernando de Cabezón in Obras de nuisicapara tecla, arpa y vihuela de Antonio de Cabezón (1578). The latter book also includes a general presentation of the composer's teachings on keyboard playing; the discussion of fingering is particularly notable for the progressiveness of the ideas set forth. Only one vocal work, a piece for five voices, is known.
Antonio de Cabezon - first encore Rassegna Cembalistica 2007-2008. 17thMay 2008 at Palazzo Annibaldeschi - Monte Compatri (Rome). PAOLA ERDAS - Jean-Henry d'Anglebert - Pieces de Clavecin en M***crits. One special group of musics composed by others musicians loved by JH. d'Anglebert from his private music books. If you like this video and want really help us sustaining our musical association, please do a donation at our bank account: Associazione Musicale Karl Jenkins - Banca Popolare di Sondrio, Agenzia di Grottaferrata. IBAN: IT55A0569639140000012254X20 - SWIFT: POSOIT22 Many thanks!
Albuquerque Mountain Rescue - Cabezon Peak, NM Training 2010 Albuquerque Mountain Rescue practicing a technical 1100' track line on Cabezon Peak, NM. How would you get your buddy off this intriguing New Mexican desert iconic spire if they became ill or injured? This small team of volunteers performs technical rescues in adverse conditions. Support your local Mountain Rescue Association.
Cabezon City Kevin and Kirby spearfishing California's Mendocino coast. Kevin in brown is wearing a custom 7mm Elios wetsuit, Picasso Blackteam fins and has a homemade (by his brother seahunter) 60cm speargun. Kirby in green is wearing a 7mm Yazbeck wetsuit, Picasso Blackteam fins and is using a Picasso Century 60cm speargun. Camera: Canon G10 and Canon underwater housing All video was shot while freediving on one day in March 2009. Music: Kids by MGMT Help I'm Alive by Metric
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Aoyama Etude 47 -- Pavane and Variations (Antonio de Cabezon) David Watkins plays - Pavane and Variations (Antonio de Cabezon) on an Aoyama Etude 47 pedal harp. Recorded at Clive Morley Harps in March 2007. Internationally known harpist, David Watkins, is the Curator of the Clive Morley Collection of Harp Music and Antique Harps. Thanks to David's expertise and ongoing research, the collection is proving to be a valuable resource to anyone studying the harp. David Watkins was harpist of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden and played for the great artists like Maria Callas, Joan Sutherland, Margot Fonteyn and Rudolf Nureyev. He was a founder member of the New Welsh National Opera Orchestra under James Lockhart and has performed his own harp concerto with the London Philharmonic at the Royal Festival Hall. He is Professor of Harp at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama and his lecture recitals are celebrated in many Countries. This extended soundboard, 47 string harp is for students whose growing concert or orchestral experience demands a full compass, extended soundboard harp - yet for whom affordability is still a priority. More information about the Aoyama Etude 47 Harp can be found here: Filmed / Recorded / Edited by Mark Harmer. For more details: www.yourmusic.biz
Explosion Norteña EL CABEZON
Octopus, Abalone, and Crab inside fat Cabezon This 7 pound cabezon was a hungry fish because we found an octopus, abalone and crab inside his stomach. Shot By Eric C. in monterey CA.
Cabezon Key-Implotar last summer i had the chance to see this great band performing live in Venezuela. This song is one of my fav
Cabezon - Diferencias Sobre el Canto Llano del Caballero. Played on clavichord. Antonio de Cabezón (1510-1566), Spanish composer and organist, wrote several variation cycles based on Spanish tunes of the day. His travels took him to England, Holland, Germany, Luxembourg and Italy where he undoubtedly was exposed to and met eminent masters of his time. His compositional methods are evident in the works of Byrd and Sweelinck. The diferencias on this video culminate with variation five where one finds the cantus in the tenor. The music is appropriate for clavichord, organ or harpsichord. The clavichord in the video was built in 2004 by Gary Blaise, San Francisco, after a fretted instrument by Hubert. For further information about George Becker, please see and/or
Gallarda Milanese (A. de Cabezon) Dimitri Goldobine, harpsichord. Nice, Bar Baroque, 2007-12-01
Cabezon -Cod Slayer Trailer Dale Dixon shows off a Cabezon also known as a "mother-in-law" fish because of its big mouth and ugly looks.
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Antonio de Cabezón (1510-1566) - Pavana Italiana Andrea Marcon organ Live 1996, August 19th - Haga Church, Göteborg (Sweden)
Lingcod, Cabezon and other Rock Cod Great day on the ocean. Awesome weather & bite. Caught easily between 40-50 for two of us in a little over four hours. First of two videos. Half Moon Bay. 8/2/09.
The Rebel Orthodontics live Cabezon The Rebel Orthodontics live Cabezon september 2007
Ricardo "CABEZON" Montaner Copete
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Twilight 3 - Trailer HD - The Cabezon - "Salybia" for more band info please visit http: or join us on facebook "cabezon live" Note, we never claim to have any ownership or contractual agreements with the management of the Twilight Movies. But nothing's wrong with being hopeful ;)
Pelando al Cabezon pelada de cristian sacoweas
Anglers Xperience "Cabezon" Seth Burrill's Dad Jim caught this big cabezon while bottom fishing in the Pacific ocean.
Paco Paquito Cabezon ...
Red House Painters - Cabezon From the Red House Painters' album Ocean Beach.
A. Cabezon Tiento; Robert Hill; harpsichord (1976) Antonio de Cabezon :Tiento del quinto tono Robert Hill, harpsichord vintage recording Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum Boston 1976
Bob Swift Plays Cabezon This is an excerpt from a 1992 concert featuring my playing of "Differencias sobre la Gallarda Milanesa" (Variations on the Milanese Galliard) by Spanish composer Antonio de Cabezon. Born at Castrillo de Matajudios (Burgos) in 1510, blind from infancy, Antonio died in Madrid in 1566 as organist and cembalist to King Philip II of Spain. Cabezon was regarded as one of the foremost and most illustrious organists of his time. In this piece is recognized the vigorous and firm style of Cabezon. I included it on this 1992 concert to demonstrate the mixtures and mutations of the Great division of pipes, contrasting with the Positif and Swell reeds. ---- [My apologies to all my Spanish organist friends for the inevitable flaws of this performance. Ha!]
Big Sur Spearfishing - Spearo's Journey - Rockfish, Cabezon, Lingcod Searching for various species of rockfish as well as cabezon, and others. A steep and narrow path is the only access up here to the chilly 49 degree water below which hosts a variety of marine life. This day we are treated to 40 foot plus visibility and excellent ocean conditions, perfect for filming and spearfishing. Holding our breath, we dive through the pristine kelp forests, boulders, and reefs, exploring this diverse marine habitat. Divers Austin and Joey hunt for a few select species which were promptly made into delicious fish tacos after filming. Produced by:
Antonio de Cabezón - Para quien crie yo cabellos. Romance. Hans Stehouwer.AVI Played by Hans Stehouwer at the Verhofstadt organ (1716) in Schoorl (The Netherlands). In 2010 Antonio de Cabezón (1510-1566) celebrates his 500th birthday. In the course of 2010 Hans Stehouwer will release a CD with organ works by this remarkable composer. For more information see: cabezon500.web-
Duo II by A. de Cabezon (1510 - 1566) Duo II by Antonio de Cabezon (1510-1566) played by Franco Bandera da Rovereto with two clavichords in duo made by himself. for better audio and stereo
Antonio Cabezon mit Regal.wmv Two fabordones played on a regal built by Marcus Stahl, Dresden
Gut contents of a Cabezon 23.5" cabezon with a 15" cabezon in its stomach.