Jameson Platte and Matthew Quayle play Bourrée fantasque by Chabrier, arr Quayle Jameson Platte cello Matthew Quayle piano Bourrée fantasque by Chabrier, arr Matthew Quayle
Mario Totaro - Caprice Fantasque (2/4) Divertissement for 2 pianos and percussion based on music by Gioacchino Rossini - Trio Diaghilev - 2006 - Action painting by Giuliano del Sorbo (Tarantella - Mazurka - Intermezzo II)
grace and max play chabrier bouree fantasque sejourne
Ballet Fantasque Nutcracker 2010 Highlights These are highlights from the December 19, 2010 production of The Nutcracker, performed by Ballet Fantasque of Carmel, California. A DVD of the entire production, including these highlights, is available from the ballet director.
Debussy violin sonata in G minor 2. Intermède: Fantasque et léger (1917) Debussy violin sonata in G minor 2. Intermède (1917) 2/3 Sigiswald Kuijken-violin Piet Kuijken-piano
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Ella Chang - Debussy Violin Sonata - II. Intermède: Fantasque et léger Ella Chang Master's Recital, 5/11/09 @ University of Kentucky
La Boutique Fantasque Preview The Portland Ballet production of La Boutique Fantasque. Created by John Clifford in 2003.
Mark Bartlett plays Chabrier "Bourrée Fantasque" "Bourrée Fantasque" (1891) by Emmanuel Chabrier
"fantasque circus" akg c214 roland vg99 -Olivier Ménardi-.mp4
La Boutique Fantasque ~ Thanksgiving Weekend The Portland Ballet's annual holiday production.
Bruner Symphonic Band - La Boutique Fantastique 120110 Bruner Symphonic Band - La Boutique Fantastique by Gioacchino Rossini - arranged by Ottorino Respighi - transcribed by Jim Mahaffey 01 December 2010. Max Bruner Jr. Middle School Symphonic Band Winter Performance at Fort Walton Beach High School.
Fantasque There are some people who live in a dream world, and there are some who face reality; and then there are those who turn one into the other. - Douglas H. Everett A 16mm film that shows what can take place in the mind of a sleeping human. I made this during the summer of '08 as a part of the NYSSSA film program in Ithaca.
Debussy I Violin Sonata in G minor, Intermède: Fantasque et léger Recording from the CD "New Beginnings" 2010 Cristian & Victoria Fatu
ROSSINI-RESPIGHI: La Boutique Fantasque/Leibowitz/Part-1 of "The Magic Toy Shop". Rare. Rene Leibowitz conducts The London Philharmonic Orchestra (1958) ------------------------ Rene Leibowitz (1913-1972) was born in Warsaw but moved to Paris in his ***s and there began a long, illustrious conducting career. Particularly interested in contemporary music, he studied with Webern and Schoenberg and wrote a detailed ***ysis of twelve-tone music. A keen ear for instrumental coloration (Ravel was his orchestration teacher) was evident in his kaleidoscopic transcriptions of such works as Bach's Passacaglia and Fugue in C (for double orchestra!). But he is best known for his often highly personal renditions of many staples of the Classical and Romantic repertoire.
Bloch, Scherzo Fantasque played by Lorin Hollander and the RPO Swiss-Jewish composer Ernest Bloch (1880-1959) wrote his vividly exciting 'Scherzo Fantasque' in 1948. A darkly expressive central section offsets the brilliance and drive of the outer parts. Lorin Hollander (piano) with André Previn and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra made the premier recording of this work in 1965 - the one heard here. Lorin Hollander made quite a stir in the late 1950s and early/mid1960s firstly as a child prodigy and then as a brilliant new arrival on the international scene. He subsequently seemed to drop off the pianistic map, but he is still active and has his own website. I've removed as much crackle as I can from the elderly and much-played LP which was used for this upload.
Galop from La Boutique Fantasque by Gioacchino Rossini Madison Flute Club - Summer Flute Choir playing the 2003 Last Resort Music arrangement of Galop.
Mario Totaro - Caprice Fantasque (1/4) Divertissement for 2 pianos and percussion based on music by Gioacchino Rossini - Trio Diaghilev - 2006 - Action painting by Giuliano del Sorbo (Ouverture - Romanza - Intermezzo I)
2009 Ballet Fantasque Nutcracker Highlights These are highlights of the Monterey/Carmel (California) Ballet Fantasque production of The Nutcracker. The performance was held on Sunday December 20, 2009. There is a DVD available of the entire performance. Contact me if you would like to purchase one.
La Boutique Fantasque by Rossini and Respighi This piece was arranged by Erik Leidzen and Dan Godfrey. The Mount Prospect Band performed this on November 15, 2009 at the Forest View Educational Center. The MPCB is directed by Ralph Wilder. This video was recorded and produced by MPTV and edited by D. Lomblad. The band is sponsored by the Mount Prospect Park District. This recording is only the first 10 minutes of the actual performance because of the time limitations. The original movements are 1. Danse Cosaque 2. Nocturne 3. Tarantella 4. Can-Can 5. Galop.
Rossini/Respighi La Boutique Fantasque Israel Philharmonic Solti This is an extract form a recording of Respighi's ballet based on the piano music of Rossini performed by the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Sir Georg Solti. You can download the whole ballet at
Chabrier Bourree Fantasque Emma Boynet Rec 1938.wmv Emma Boynet (France 1891-1974) was a pupil of Isidor Phillipp and was one of his most gifted students. After winning first prizes in piano and harmony at the Paris Conservatoire, she toured the world. Mme. Boynet was a particular favorite of Serge Koussevitsky and frequently performed with the Boston Symphony Orchestra. Boynet was considered a superb performer of French piano literature. I could not locate a photograph of Boynet. So, a photo of Emmanuel Chabrier, whose Bourree Fantasque is so charmingly performed here by Boynet, will have to suffice.
Chabrier - Bourrée Fantasque Emmanuel Alexis Chabrier (1841-1894) (The French composer, famous because of his spanish music.) * Bourrée Fantasque. Angela Hewitt, Piano.
Rossini/Respighi La Boutique Fantasque LSO Ansermet This is an extract from Beulah Extra. The whole ballet can be downloaded at The recording was made in 1950 by the London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Ernest Ansermet
Chabrier - Marcelle Meyer (1953) - Bourrée fantasque Marcelle Meyer (1897-1958) ;
La Bourrée Fantasque (duo Marimba and Marimba/Vibraphone) La Bourrée Fantasque (by Emmanuel Chabrier, arrangement by Emmanuel Séjourné) Played by Ryoko Kondo (Marimba) and Matteo Bonanni (Marimba/Vibraphone)
Emmanuel Chabrier - Bourrée fantasque, for piano Bourrée fantasque (1891) A boisterous piece for solo piano by French composer Emmanuel Chabrier (1841-1894). Pianist: Angela Hewitt
La Boutique Fantasque (Rossini) Dublin Concert Band Annual Concert La Boutique fantasque or The Magic Toy Shop was a ballet conceived by Léonide Massine who wrote the choreography and the libretto. Ottorino Respighi wrote the music based on piano pieces by Gioachino Rossini.
Chabrier, Bourrée fantasque Marina Rodríguez Brià interpreta la Bourrée fantasque d'Emmanuel Chabrier, obra pianística a l'estil de Franz Listz.
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Michelangeli plays Marescotti Fantasque (1941 recording) Arturo Benedetti Michelangeli (1920-1995) plays "Fantasque", a work specially written in 1939 by Swiss composer André-François Marescotti (1902-1995) as a test piece for the Geneva Competition (won by Michelangeli). Recorded in 1941.
Boutique Fantasque Rossini Boutique Fanstasque
La bourrée fantasque de Chabrier piano Emile Lelouch piano Emile Lelouch
Emmanuel Chabrier - Bourrée Fantasque - CÉCILE OUSSET Played by Cécile Ousset, 1971.
BOURREE FANTASQUE ...french 16 years old pianist playing french music : Bourrée Fantasque by Emmanuel Chabrier
Jean Casadesus plays Chabrier Bourrée Fantasque Jean Casadesus (July 17, 1927 -- January 20, 1972) was a French classical pianist. He was the son of the renowned pianists Robert and Gaby Casadesus, and grandnephew of Henri Casadesus and Marius Casadesus. Jean Casadesus was born in Paris. He was taught to play piano by his parents and studied at the Conservatoire de Paris before going to the United States to continue his studies at Princeton University. He made his debut with the Philadelphia Orchestra conducted by Eugene Ormandy in 1947 and thereafter enjoyed success as a concert pianist and also as a piano teacher, principally at the American Conservatory at Fontainebleau. His notable students include Robert D. Levin. Jean and his parents performed Mozart's concertos for 2 and 3 pianos. They recorded these works with the Columbia Symphony and Cleveland Orchestra conducted by George Szell and with the Philadelphia Orchestra under the baton of Eugene Ormandy. In 1953 he married Evie Girard, the daughter of the painter André Girard. Jean and Evie Casadesus had one child, a daughter Agnès. Jean Casadesus died in a winter car accident in Canada early in 1972. His father died later the same year in Paris. (Wikipedia)
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La Boutique Fantasque A slide show of pictures taken from the Androscoggin Dance's performance of La Boutique Fantasque. The performance was held on March 6, 2010 at the Franco American Heritage Center in Lewiston, Maine.
Bruno Interviews Gisele Bundchen Bruno, a character played by Sacha Baron Cohen (Borat) interviews Gisele Bundchen.
Debussy violin sonata - Intermède. Fantasque et léger 2nd mv Second movement from Sonata g minor for violin and piano by Claude Debussy. Kuba Kolodziejczyk - violin, Dariusz Noras - piano. September 2008, Music Academy in Katowice, Poland.