【ACL】Gamba Osaka 3-1 Urawa Red Diamonds AFC Champions League 22/October/2008 Knockout Stage Semi Finals (2nd Leg) 35' Takahara (Urawa) 50' Yamaguchi (Gamba) 73' Myojin (Gamba) 76' Endo (Gamba) Gamba Osaka(Japan) Urawa Red Diamonds(Japan) Saitama Stadium 2002
Corelli - Viola da Gamba Sonata in D Major (arrangement) ARCANGELO CORELLI (1653-1713) 1. Preludio: Adagio 2. Allegro 3. Adagio 4. Vivace 5. Gavotta: Allegro Performed by Richard Boothby, viola da gamba Robert Woolley, harpsichord Richard Campbell, cello *Anonymous arrangement of violin sonata in E major Op. 5 No. 11
Japan First Division J-League Champions 2005 Gamba Osaka In 2005 Gamba Osaka claimed its first J. League championship on a dramatic final day during which any of five clubs could have claimed the championship. Gamba needed to win, and have cross town rivals Cerezo Osaka draw or lose. Gamba defeated a valient Kawasaki Frontale 4-2, while victory was snatched from Cerezo by a last minute FC Tokyo equalizer. Kashima Antlers, JEF United and Urawa Reds got easy victories but useless.
Gamba Song 3 A part of National College of Art and Design and Royal Irish Academy of Music in Dublin, graphic artists were asked to create videos in response to clips of composers'' music. Video by Jan Campbell Music by Ella Jarman-Pinto
Melbourne Victory V Gamba Osaka - 2nd Half Highlights - 9apr Gamba Osaka V Melbourne Victory - 2nd Half Highlights - 9apr08
Sainte-Colombe - Suite for Solo Viola da Gamba - Mov. 1-2/5 LE SIEUR DE SAINTE-COLOMBE (17TH CENTURY) "Pieces de viole seule" - Suite for solo viola da gamba 1. Allemande 2. Courante Performed by John Dornenburg *Monsieur de Sainte-Colombe was a French composer and gambist. It is speculated by various scholars that Monsieur de Sainte-Colombe was of Lyonnaise or Burgundian petty nobility; and also the selfsame 'Jean de Sainte-Colombe' noted as the father of 'Monsieur de Saint Colombe le fils'. This assumption was erroneous as proved by subsequent research taken on by Jonathan Dunford in Paris  In fact he was probably from the Pau area in southernmost France and Protestant; his first name was "Jean". His two daughters were named Brigide and Françoise. Sainte-Colombe was vastly celebrated as a veritable master of the viola da gamba, for he did not merely master the instrument, but also improved upon it: he is acclaimed as having added the seventh string (AA) on the bass viol. In accordance with the celebrated aloofness of Monsieur de Sainte-Colombe, he is claimed to have performed only occasional concerts and exclusively at his home, in consort with his two daughters, whom he had trained. Aside from them, Sainte-Colombe's students included the Sieur de Danoville, Desfontaines, Méliton, Jean Rousseau, and, most notably, Marin Marais, who wrote, Tombeau pour Monsieur de Sainte-Colombe in 1701 as homage to his instructor. Amongst the extant works of Sainte-Colombe are sixty-seven Concerts à deux violes esgales, and over 170 pieces ...
Melbourne Victory V Gamba Osaka - Goals - 9apr08
Marais - Chaconne for Solo Viola da Gamba MARIN MARAIS (1656-1728) "Pieces a une et a deux violes" Book I - Chaconne Performed by John Dornenburg, viola da gamba *Marin Marais was a French composer and viol player. He studied composition with Jean-Baptiste Lully, often conducting his operas, and with master of the bass viol Monsieur de Sainte-Colombe for 6 months. He was hired as a musician in 1676 to the royal court of Versailles. He did quite well as court musician, and in 1679 was appointed "ordinaire de la chambre du roy pour la viole", a title he kept until 1725. He was a master of the basse de viol, and the leading French composer of music for the instrument. He wrote five books of Pièces de viole (1686-1725) for the instrument, generally suites with basso continuo. These were quite popular in the court, and for these he was remembered in later years as he who "founded and firmly established the empire of the viol" (Hubert Le Blanc, 1740). His other works include a book of Pièces en trio (1692) and four operas (1693-1709), Alcyone (1706) being noted for its tempest scene. As with Sainte-Colombe, little of Marin Marais' personal life is known after he reached adulthood. Marin Marais married a Parisian, Catherine d'Amicourt, on 21 September 1676. They had 19 children together. Marais and his music were featured in the film Tous les matins du monde (1991), an atmospheric, meticulously imagined life of Monsieur de Sainte-Colombe. Marais' music figured prominently in that film, including his longer work Sonnerie ...
Marin Marais: Chaconne, Duruoz-Dornenburg-Tanaka Guitarist Cem Duruoz, gambist John Dornenburg and Harpsichordist Yuko Tanaka play Chaconne by the French Baroque composer, Marin Marais. From a 2005 performance at the International Istanbul Festival.
Handel, Sonata for gamba and Cembalo,2 mov., Allegro Georg Fiedrich Handel(Germany, 1685-1759) Sonate in C-major for Viola da gamba and Cembalo conertato, second mov. , Allegro Ensemble "Il Giardinetto del Paradiso" Gudrun Fuss, Viola da gamba Kaung-Ae Lee, Cembalo(Harpsichord) July 15, 2007 at Klosterkirche Graefrath-Solingen, Germany
2006.1202 URAWA vs GAMBA NHK
Vivaldi Violin and Viola da Gamba Concerto RV 546 I movement Concerto in A Major, Allegro I Le Concert des Nations Manfredo Kraemer, Violin Jordi Savall, Viola da Gamba Jordi Savall, direction Remember: to watch in stereo quality, just add &fmt=18 to the link.
Dutch viola da gamba music: Philippus Hacquart Monumenta Musica Neerlandica: Philippus Hacquart was born in Bruges (Brugge) around 1645. Somewhere near 1670, he went with his brother Carolus to live in Amsterdam. He married in 1674 and moved to Haarlem and died in 1691 (his wife in 1721). There are 4 suites by Philippus Hacquart, for the (solo)viol. Here you can listen to the allemande and courante fromt the third suite in D-mjor. (Edition Saraband Music sm29) ernst stolz viola da gamba by marco ternovec paintings: AELST, Willem van (c. 1626-1683)
Viola da Gamba concerto by Johann Pfeiffer project with duemusici A nice galant concerto, part one à tempo giusto Jin Kamei violins and Ernst Stolz viola da gamba and cembalo (I uploaded a sonata by Pfeiffer too a few monts ago) Johann PFEIFFER was born in 1697 at Nürnberg (Germany). he studied violin and law. In 1720 he was violinist at Weimar, in 1726 he was appointed as Konzertmeister, his predecessor was...JS Bach, who left in 1717 and left an empty post for almost 10 years. In 1734 he was the teacher for composition, to the countess Wilhelmine in Bayreuth, where he stayed till his death in 1761. He was the best payed musician in Bayreuth! (I wonder if Wagner was on this list?) (1575 Reichstaler) He wrote orchestra suites, chamber music and solo concerto's for flute, oboe, lute, viuol and violin. Also cantatas, airs and a requiem. Largo - tempo di Bourée ed. Güntesberg G144)
JS Bach - Sonata for Viola da Gamba and Clavier in G Major BWV 1027 - 2. Allegro Moderato (2/4) Bach's Arrangement of trio sonata for two transverse flutes and basso continuo, BWV 1039 (see: ) Leonard Rose, Cello Glenn Gould, Piano Sonatas for viola da gamba-Gould/Rose playlist:
Marin Marais: Chaconne for Viola da Gamba, William Skeen Marin Marais' virtuoso divisions on the Chaconne bass pattern, played by William Skeen, viola da Gamba, and accompanied by Hanneke van Proosdij, harpsichord, and David Tayler, archlute. Live high definition video from the San Francisco Early Music Ensemble Voices of Music Great Artists Concert, 2010. Voices of Music performs in and records our concerts in St. Mark's Lutheran, SF. Visit us on the internet at
GAMBA - Moj Pribeh
The logistical challenge of WWF Gamba Just how do you get around the semi-flooded Ouanga Plains in the Gamba to carry out your daily work?
Gamba feat.Mya-Polnocna Opera
Gamba vSp. Mya, Jeli - S tou náladou Album: Anjel / Démon, Download: www.edisk.cz
Abel - Arpeggio for Solo Viola da Gamba WKO194 CARL FRIEDRICH ABEL (1723 - 1797) [Arpeggio] for solo viola da gamba WKO 194 Performed by Susanne Heinrich *Carl Friedrich Abel was a German composer of the Classical era. He was a fine player on the viola da gamba, and composed important music for that instrument. Abel was born in Cöthen, the son of Christian Ferdinand Abel, the principal viola da gamba and cello player in the court orchestra of Johann Sebastian Bach (there is a possiblity that Bach's sonatas for viola da gamba and obbligato harpsichord were written for him). There is no proof that Abel studied at Thomasschule Leipzig, but it was on Bach's recommendation that in 1748 he was able to join Johann Adolph Hasse's court orchestra at Dresden where he remained for ten years. In 1759 he went to England and became chamber-musician to Queen Charlotte. He gave a concert of his own compositions in London, performing on various instruments, one of which was a five-string cello known as a pentachord, which had been recently invented by John Joseph Merlin. In 1762, Johann Christian Bach, the eleventh son of Johann Sebastian Bach, joined him in London, and the friendship between him and Abel led, in 1764 or 1765, to the establishment of the famous Bach-Abel concerts, England's first subscription concerts. In those concerts, many celebrated guest artists appeared, and the works of Haydn received their first English performance. For ten years the concerts were organized by Mrs. Teresa Cornelys, a retired Venetian opera ...
Marais - Viola da Gamba Suite in D Major - Mov. 4-5/5 MARIN MARAIS (1656-1728) Suite for viola da gamba and basso continuo in D major from the third book of "pieces de viole" 4. Plainte 5. Charivary Performed by the Purcell Quartet Featuring William Hunt, viola da gamba **Marin Marais was a French composer and viol player. He studied composition with Jean-Baptiste Lully, often conducting his operas, and with master of the bass viol Monsieur de Sainte-Colombe for 6 months. He was hired as a musician in 1676 to the royal court of Versailles. He did quite well as court musician, and in 1679 was appointed "ordinaire de la chambre du roy pour la viole", a title he kept until 1725. He was a master of the basse de viol, and the leading French composer of music for the instrument. He wrote five books of Pièces de viole (1686-1725) for the instrument, generally suites with basso continuo. These were quite popular in the court, and for these he was remembered in later years as he who "founded and firmly established the empire of the viol" (Hubert Le Blanc, 1740). His other works include a book of Pièces en trio (1692) and four operas (1693-1709), Alcyone (1706) being noted for its tempest scene. As with Sainte-Colombe, little of Marin Marais' personal life is known after he reached adulthood. Marin Marais married a Parisian, Catherine d'Amicourt, on 21 September 1676. They had 19 children together. Marais and his music were featured in the film Tous les matins du monde (1991), an atmospheric, meticulously imagined life of Monsieur de ...
Ruffo - La Gamba in Basso, e Soprano VINCENZO RUFFO (c. 1508-1587) "La Gamba" for a soprano instrument and basso continuo Performed by Hesperion XXI Directed by Jordi Savall *Vincenzo Ruffo was an Italian composer of the Renaissance. He was one of the composers most responsive to the musical reforms suggested by the Council of Trent, especially in his composition of masses, and as such was an influential member of the Counter-Reformation. Vincenzo Ruffo was born at Verona, and became a priest there in 1531. Most likely he studied with Biagio Rossetti, the organist at the cathedral in Verona. Ruffo published his first book of music in 1542. Also in 1542 he became maestro di cappella at the cathedral in Savona, but he only held this position for a year; the cathedral was destroyed in 1543 by the Genoese, and Ruffo fled. In either 1543 or 1544 he went to Milan to work for Alfonso d'Avalos, who was the governor of Milan at this time. When d'Avalos was called back to Madrid in 1546, Ruffo went back to in Verona, where he was the music director at the Accademia Filarmonica in 1551-1552, superseding Jan Nasco; in 1554 he became the choirmaster at the cathedral of Verona. While there he probably taught Gian Matteo Asola and Marc' Antonio Ingegneri, the teacher of Monteverdi; it is possible, though not proven, that he taught Andrea Gabrieli there as well. His music during this time was strongly influenced by the Franco-Flemish school, but when he in 1563 became maestro di cappella in the cathedral of Milan under ...
Asian Champions League Final 2008: First Leg - Gamba Osaka V Adelaide United - Highlights
Gamba - Polnočná opera 2 (vsp. Mya) Gamba - Polnočná opera 2 vsp. Mya (Anjel/Demon)
Vlastny prejav feat. Gamba - Spomedzi panelov (HD official) Camera, cut & directed by DoubleJ. HQ version on vimeo:
Inline Downhill-World Championship 2005-Benoît Gamba (Fra) The fastest run of Benoît Gamba(Fra)during the 2005 inline downhill World Championship in Lyon, France
Gamba Osaka 5-1 Melbourne Victory. Highlights AFC Champions League 2011 AFC Champions League 2011 Group E. Gamba Osaka vs Melbourne Victory [5-1] 01 March,2011. Goals: 4' [1 - 0] T. Takei. 7' [2 - 0] FM Adriano (pen.). 11' [3 - 0] K. Lee. 22' [3 - 1] K. Muscat (pen.). 63' [4 - 1] T. Futagawa . 90' [5 - 1] S. Kim .
JS Bach: Sonata for Viola da Gamba and Harpsichord BWV 1027, Adagio One of the great Bach duets of all time, performed live on viola da gamba & harpsichord by Joanna Blendulf & Hanneke van Proosdij. From the San Francisco Early Music Ensemble Voices of Music Concert 2007. Our new Bach CD is online, visit Voices of Music at Magnatune and listen for free!
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"Terra Aria" (G. Sollima) on Viola da Gamba "Terra Aria" is a composition of the great italian cello player Giovanni Sollima. Originally conceived for 6 or 12 cellos, I heard it for the first time in an amazing video called "Daydream", created by norvegian director Lasse Gjertsen. Here I play the composition on 12 Viola da Gambas overdubbed. Just one note: I only added some high clusters coming up in the end of one passages, played on high harmonics of viola. This element was not written in the original score. Please rate and comment. Thank you Guido Ponzini "Terra Aria" (G. Sollima) tratto da J.Beuys Song Ed.Casa Musicale Sonzogno di Piero Ostali - Milano Guido Ponzini: 12 viole da gamba Video shooting and editing: Guido Ponzini ::::::::::::::::::::
Gamba Osaka V Adelaide United - Goal - 14dec08
Gamba feat. Mya - Polnočná Opera Directed By MATTHEW (matt321). Hudba: Gypso
Tagliatelle with curry gamba's (or prawns) recipe This is an really easy to make tagliatelle dish, with red pepper and gamba's, or you can use prawns! Let us know how it was when you tried it out.
Gamba Osaka vs FC Seoul Visit Taeguk- to discuss about korean soccer. Gamba Osaka 1 - 2 FC Seoul
DaeWid_77 - Tibi Gamba feat Mya - Pulnocna Opera bandzone.cz Tibi+Gamba+feat_+Mya+-+Polnocna+Opera
Great Game - Manchester United 5 vs 3 Gamba Osaka Highlights - In an incredible game Manchester United has advanced to the final with LDU. The is the fifa world tournament. remenber only by thepepitoshow. The goals where score by Rooney (2) Cristiano Ronaldo,Vidic, Fletcher. Remenber all the matches on thepepitoshow youtube channel
JSBach Viola Da Gamba Sonata No.1 in Gmajor BWV1027 1stmov Va:Naoko Shimizu Pf:Ozgur Aydin 2007.01.20 Philia Hall
La gamba. Baroque harp Mike Parker harpist. La Gamba played on a copy of a French triple harp from 1710. Apologies.... tuning a little vague.. hot night, thin gut strings etc... Live performance Quay Arts June 2008
Pablo Casals: Bach Gamba Sonata No. 2 - 1st & 2nd mvts. Johann Sebastian Bach: Gamba Sonata No. 2 in D major, BWV 1028; I. Adagio - II. Allegro - Pau Casals, cello; Paul Baumgartner, piano (1950) --- Compared to his legendary recordings of the Bach Suites, Casals' recording of the three Bach Sonatas, originally written for viola da gamba and harpsichord, has always been a lot less popular. Recorded during the 1950 Bach Festival in Prades, which marked the beginning of the annual Casals Festivals, the sound of these early tape recordings is not particularly good, in addition to suffering from some pitch fluctuation. But I feel that these performances are an important document of Casals' unique style of playing, especially in Bach (whether one thinks it appropriate or not...) (Btw, these are actual photos from the 1950 festival!) ---
Bach - Sonata for Viola da Gamba & Keyboard in G Minor (1) JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH (1685-1750) Sonata for viola da gamba and obbligato harpsichord No. 3 in G minor BWV1029 1. Vivace Performed by Jonathon Manson, viola da gamba Trevor Pinnock, harpsichord HIGH QUALITY: *Scholars are not entirely sure when the sonatas for viola da gamba and obbligato haprsichord were written, but it seems most likely that they were composed during the Leipzig years due to their complexity and style. This sonata is the most unusual of the set. Rather than the Corellian four-movement sonata style of the first and second sonatas, this one follows the Vivaldian three-movement concerto style. Indeed the first movement emulates the concerto syle immensely, particularily with it's ripieno passages and the notable unison passage reminding us of a similar unison tutti in the first movement of the Brandenburg Concerto No. 2 (BWV1047). Bach also uses his standard Leipzig era concerto tempi (vivace, adagio [ma non tanto], allegro). This has lead some musicologists to conjecture that the first movement is an arrangement of a now lost concerto or concerto movement. If this piece was written during the Leipzig years, then it is likely that it was performed by Herr Bach himself with Karl Friedrich Abel (1723-1787). Karl was a virtuoso gambist and composer for that instrument as well as the son of one of Bach's colleagues at Cothen, and a friend of Bach's son CPE Bach. He was living at the time in Leipzig and it is likely he studied with the master ...
PPC Final Houston Dynamo - Gamba Osaka Pan-Pacific Championship Final Feb.24.08 Honoruru Aloha stadium Houston Dynamo(USA) 1-6 Gamba Osaka(JPN) HOU -- Ricardo Clark 11 GAM -- Bare 14 GAM -- Bare 26 GAM -- Bare 60 GAM -- Lucas 64 GAM -- Bare 72 GAM -- Masato Yamazaki 78 Houston Dynamo: 18-Pat Onstad, 4-Patrick Ianni...