The Bremen Musicians 1/3 (with English subtitles) The all-time favorite of my childhood. My parents used the vinyl disk with this story as an alarm clock to wake me up for the kindergarten in the morning.Turn on the subtitles manually (bottom right of the video) if they fail to launch automatically.Если видео не показывает субтитры автоматически, их можно включить в правом нижнем углу видео, кликнув на стрелку/треугольник.
AR Rahman acceptance speech @ honored by cine musicians union AR Rahman acceptance speech @ honored by cine musicians union
Shawn Lane - Tri 7/5 (Musicians Institute, Hollywood - 5th Feb 1993) Here Shawn Lane and the Powers of Ten Band play "Tri 7/5", at Musicians Institute, Hollywood, CA, on the 5th Feb 1993. You can mingle and post with other fans of Shawn at : You can read back through litterally hundreds of cool and very informative posts at the Shawn Lane Yahoo group (dating back to 1999) here : (you have to join up) You can still read lots of interesting posts at the old Shawn Lane message board here : and Thanks to Mick for supporting Shawn over the years, as well as taping (and organising the taping of) many of Shawn's shows! .
The Lyman Woodard Organization - Creative Musicians LP: Saturday Night Special (1975, Strata Records) Drums, Vocals - Leonard King Electric Piano, Organ, Mellotron - Lyman Woodard Guitar [Electric], Bass [Electric] - Ron English Percussion - Bud Spangler , Lorenzo Brown Producer - Charles Moore Saxophone [Alto] - Norma Bell Triangle - Charles Moore Written-By - Lyman Woodard Recorded November 26 and 27, 1973 and Sweetened in January 1975 at Strata Sound Studios, Detroit
Around 17 - Musicians Around 17 meets youngsters whose main ambition in life is to become a professional musician. Funk band, Captain Shifty and a string quartet from St. Mary's Music School are complete opposites on the music genre scale, but both share the same love for playing.
Betty Hutton, Dinah Shore, Tony Martin & Phil Harris - The Musicians (1951) Betty Hutton, Dinah Shore, Tony Martin & Phil Harris "The Musicians" (1951) Written by Tom Glazer and Charles Grean Orchestra conducted by Henri René Released on RCA Victor 20-4225 For lyrics and more Betty Hutton, visit "I Am A Fine Musician"
Musicians@Google: Jake Shimabukuro Jake Shimabukuro is the pre-eminent ukulele virtuoso of our time. Famous for his YouTube videos & TED talks, Jake will join us for a discussion and studio session about his work, life, and the ukulele. Not to be missed.
Steve Reich • Music for 18 Musicians CD Trailer Trailer for GVSU New Music Ensemble CD, "Music for 18 Musicians". Full quality video at or innova.mu
D Gray-man - Musician (FULL Original) This is the full version of the melody that Allen played in the D Gray-man series to restore the white ark. Musician - Yumi Mitora Kusakurin Download: Sheet Music:
Music for 18 Musicians by Steve Reich - Beginning Music for 18 Musicians by Steve Reich. First 10 minutes. Performed at Music08 Concert 13 on June 21, 2008.
French Quarter Jazz-Blues Musicians Grampa Elliot and Dorise Blackmon video taken in the French Quarter March 30, 2007 ... GO GRAMPA GO!!!
Musicians@Google: Michael Tilson Thomas Music Director and Conductor Michael Tilson Thomas visits Google's headquarters in Mountain View, CA, for a conversation and performance (with some special guests). This event took place on November 14, 2008, as part of the Musicians@Google series. Michael Tilson Thomas (MTT) assumed his post as the San Francisco Symphony's eleventh Music Director in September 1995, consolidating a strong relationship with the Orchestra that began with his debut here in 1974 at the age of twenty-nine. Tilson Thomass twelve seasons as Music Director of the San Francisco Symphony have been praised by critics for innovative programming and for bringing the works of American composers to the fore, and have brought new audiences into Davies Symphony Hall. Michael Tilson Thomass acclaimed recordings have won numerous international awards, including eight Grammys for SFS recordings of Mahlers symphonies 3, 6 and 7, scenes from Prokofievs Romeo and Juliet, and a collection of three Stravinsky ballet scores. His many recordings include works by Bach, Beethoven, Mahler and Prokofiev, as well as his pioneering work with the music of Ives, Ruggles, Reich, Cage and Gershwin. Read more about Michael Tilson Thomas at
Shawn Lane - Hardcase (Musicians Institute, Hollywood, CA. - 5th Feb 1993) Here Shawn Lane and the Powers of Ten Band play "Hardcase", at MIT, Hollywood, CA, on the 5th Feb 93. You can buy a selection of Shawn's live gigs on DVD from Shawn's mum, Diane, at You can mingle and post with other fans of Shawn at : You can read back through litterally hundreds of cool and very informative posts at the Shawn Lane Yahoo group (dating back to 1999) here : (you have to join up) You can still read lots of interesting posts at the old Shawn Lane message board here : and Thanks to Mick for supporting Shawn over the years, as well as taping (and organising the taping of) many of Shawn's shows! .
Liam Gallagher's Best Bits - Part 1 A collection of Liam Gallagher's best bits taken from various interviews -- Part 1 of 2
The Muppet Musicians of Bremen - 1 Our Story Begins...
Musicians@Google: Wynton Marsalis & Geoffrey Ward The Musicians@Google program was thrilled to welcome acclaimed musician Wynton Marsalis and Geoffrey Ward to Google's New York office to discuss their new book "Moving to Higher Ground: How Jazz Can Change Your Life,". The event was moderated by with Google's own Jim Lecinski. Wynton Marsalis is an acclaimed musician, bandleader, educator, composer and author. He is the Artistic Director of Jazz at Lincoln Center and the Music Director of the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra. To date, Marsalis has won 9 Grammy Awards, in both the jazz and classical categories, and is the only artist to have won Grammy Awards in five consecutive years, from 1983 to 1987. In 1987, Marsalis' oratorio on slavery and freedom, "Blood on the Fields," became the first and only jazz composition to win the Pulitzer Prize in music. Geoffrey C. Ward, a historian, screenwriter, and former editor of American Heritage, is the author of thir*** books, including "Jazz: A History of America's Music" and "A First-Class Temperament", which won the 1989 National Critics Circle Award. This event took place on September 5, 2008.
Lending a Helping Hand at Musicians' Village Master carpenter Norm Abram takes host Kevin OConnor across the Mississippi River by ferry to Algiers Point, home of the first This Old House project back in 1990, to see how it faired during Hurricane Katrina. Back at the 2008 project in Holy Cross, plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey shows Norm the plumbing layout, and how HVAC contractor Raul Mena is planning on heating and cooling the house. Across town in Broadmoor, Norm and Kevin lend a hand installing windows with the non-profit group Rebuilding Together, who are renovating a house for wheelchair-bound homeowner, Sonia St. Cyr, at no cost to her. At Musicians Village, Branford Marsalis shows Kevin around and introduces him to the youngest resident in the village, saxophonist Calvin Johnson, who joins Branford in a duet of When The Saints Go Marching In. Despite the wreckage at our jobsite, landscape architect Brian Sublette starts working with Rashida to draw up a plan for her yard and gardens.
Field Musicians of the Civil War Musicians provided music during the the Civil War. Fifers drummers and buglers provided the beat to everyday life of the soldier. Check out the National Civil War Field Music School at Pamplin Park
Grupo Niche musicians performs for Profiles in Greatness Colombian musicians from the hugely popular salsa band, Grupo Niche performs a song specially composed for Profiles In Greatness entitled, We Found It. Douglas Guevara, conga and timbales; Jorge Cro Cro Orta, conga; Carlos Alberto Zapata, trumpet; Francisco Ocoro Lopez, bass; and Oscar Ivan Lozano, keyboard.
Musicians@Google: Raphael Saadiq Raphael Saadiq is a standard bearer for what folks call "old school" music, a contemporary artist continuing a time-honored tradition that goes back to the '60s and '70s. From his early days as a member of the groundbreaking '80s group Tony! Toni! Toné! through his work as an award-winning producer of such artists as Joss Stone, The Roots, Snoop Dogg, John Legend among many others and his own solo albums, the multi-talented Raphael Saadiq has kept the faith. His latest album, The Way I See It, available in a collector's edition box set of 7"45 RPM singles as well as on traditional CD, represents the finest example to date of Raphael's downtown sound, a masterful blend of old and new school sensibilities on tracks featuring artists such as Joss Stone, Stevie Wonder, and Jay-Z. This event took place on March 4, 2009, as part of the Musicians@Google series.
Incredible high school musicians from Venezuela! Led by Gustavo Dudamel The Teresa Carreño Youth Orchestra contains the best high school musicians from Venezuela's life-changing music program, El Sistema. Led here by Gustavo Dudamel, they play Shostakovich's Symphony No. 10, 2nd movement, and Arturo Márquez' Danzón No. 2.TEDTalks is a daily video podcast of the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world's leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes. Featured speakers have included Al Gore on climate change, Philippe Starck on design, Jill Bolte Taylor on observing her own stroke, Nicholas Negroponte on One Laptop per Child, Jane Goodall on chimpanzees, Bill Gates on malaria and mosquitoes and "Lost" producer JJ Abrams on the allure of mystery. TED stands for Technology, Entertainment, Design, and TEDTalks cover these topics as well as science, business, development and the arts. Watch the Top 10 TEDTalks on , at http
Musicians@Google: Eric Lewis Jazz pianist Eric Lewis visits Google's Mountain View, CA headquarters for a guest performance. This event took place on June 5, 2009, as part of the Musicians@Google series. Virtuoso jazz pianist Eric Lewis is making waves in the music world with his blisteringly brilliant renditions of pop songs interpreted through the hands of a musical genius. Featured at the April 2009 TED talk, he took the crowd by storm and quickly built a following among leaders in the tech industry. His popularity as a solo artist is quickly gathering speed as word spreads virally of the madman who transforms everyday music into spectacular works of art culminating in a recent private performance for President Barack Obama. This is not your ordinary Jazz Concert, and the works he'll perform are just as enjoyable by the layman as they are by the most discerning of jazz lovers. His covers include works by Coldplay, Evanescence, Nirvana, among others. Eric cut his teeth playing with the likes of legend Wynton Marsalis, and was the proud recipient of the 1999 Thelonious Monk International Piano Competition, a competition held only once every 6-8 years. Eric Lewis plays the TED conference (April 2009):
Famous Vegetarian Musicians This is a video that will show you many famous musicians around the world that are vegetarians... including singers, bassists, guitarists, drummers, keyboards,and some others... many of them are from famous bands of history, and actually too... I worked hard to make this video (I was collecting the names each one for a long time) I hope you like it :) Please Comment!! and please Enjoy!!! Here is a list of some of them AFI - American Rock Band Alanis Morissette - Singer Anni Frid - ABBA - Singer Annie Lennox - Eurhythmics - Singer Anthony Kiedis - Red Hot Chili Peppers - Singer Avril Lavigne - Singer and Actress B52's - New Wave Rock Band BB King - Guitarist and Singer Barry Gibb - Bee Gees - Singer, Songwriter and Producer Barry White - Singer Billie Joe Armstrong - Green Day - Singer Billy Idol - Singer Blur - Alternative Rock Band Bob Dylan - Singer, Painter and Poet Bono - U2 - Singer Boy George - Culture Club - Singer Brandon Flowers - The Killers - Singer and Keyboardist Brian May - Queen - Guitarist, Producer and Astrophysicist Bruce Springs*** - Singer Bryan Adams - Singer and Photographer Charlie Watts - The Rolling Stones - Drummer Chester Bennington - Linkin' Park - Singer Chris Martin - Coldplay - Singer, Pianist and Producer Chris Shiflett - Foo Fighters - Guitarist Chrissie Hynde - The Pretenders - Singer, Guitarist and Bandleader Clem Burke - Blondie - Drummer Crispian Mills - Kula Shaker - Singer and Guitarist Cyndi Lauper - Singer, Producer and Actress ...
Peter Paul and Mary, All My Trials Peter Paul and Mary, All My Trials Lyrics: All my trials Lord, soon be over. I had a little book was given to me, And every page spelled Liberty. All my trials Lord, soon be over. If religion were a thing that money could buy, The rich would live and the poor would die. All my trials Lord, soon be over. Too late my brothers, too late, but never mind. All my trials Lord, soon be over. There is a tree in Paradise The Pilgrims call it "The Tree Of Life" All my trials Lord, soon be over. Too late my brothers, too late, but never mind. All my trials Lord, soon be over. All my trials Lord, soon be over.
Bleep Bloop: Games Starring Musicians Not games where you have to play music, like Guitar Hero: Aerosmith. Games where you have to rescue Aerosmith.
The Muppet Musicians of Bremen - 3 How Rover Joe got beat up and throwed out. And we meet Catgut.
"POLYRHYTHMS"... an Introduction ( for all musicians ) Peter Magadini author of: "Polyrhythms The Musicians Guide" and "Polyrhythms For The Drumset" sub-divides quarters, eighths, triplets, and six***ths in 3 , 5 & 6 over 4 beats. He also demonstrate...
Musicians visit Tapologo Aids hospice US stars Kelly Rowland and Marcos Hernadez visited the Tapologo Aids hospice in the North West Province at the weekend. Jason Von Berg tagged along to find out more
Steve Reich "Music for 18 Musicians" -Section IIIA "Music for 18 Musicians-Section IIIA" at Opera City Concert Hall in Tokyo, May 21,2008.
Musicians@Google: Reggie Watts If you don't already know who Reggie Watts is, he won't take offense, but after seeing him once, you'll never forget him. Hand-picked by Conan O'Brian as the opening act for his nationwide comedy tour, Reggie is a tour de force of cutting edge entertainment. He is part musician, part comedian, part tech geek, and 100% unlike anything you've ever seen or heard before. A master at beat-box and looping, he is probably best known for his music, however his unique style blends familiar elements with novel sounds and allows Reggie to explore unknown territory. His comedy, on the other hand, is a bit harder to explain... let's just say he's a comedian's comedian... trust me, you're gonna love 'em.
Nerds, Jocks, Musicians, Pimps & Druggies You can't please everyone, but I'm pretty sure I pleased all nerds, jocks, musicians, pimps & druggies. See you Tuesday! Thanks for the wink: If you'd like to wink in the next video make your wink a video response to this video.
YouTube's Worst Musicians: Viral Video Film School Brett Erlich takes a look at some of the funniest viral videos of musicians and singers failing. Could he find Greyson Chance or Justin Bieber? Not likely. Watch More infoMania on Current TV, Thursdays at 10:00/9:00c on Current TV VIEW more Viral Video Film School & SUBSCRIBE to the YouTube Channel here...
AIM introduction to musician, Best giler! AIM introduction to all da musicians. from BOB LOKMAN n AFDLIN SHAUKI AIM brape ntah.
Musicians@Google: Amanda Palmer Amanda Palmer visits Google's Mountain View, CA headquarters for a performance followed by Q&A. This event took place on July 17, 2009, as part of the Musicians@Google series. Portions of the video were edited by Danna Kinsky ().
Musicians@Google: Jimmy Buffett Parrottheads unite! Award-winning rock legend, author, restaurant owner, and Sage of Key West Jimmy Buffett visits Google for a conversation about his work, his books, his hurricane relief efforts, and his passion for Google. Also joining him in performance are Coral Reefers Nadirah Shakoor and Mac Mc***ly. Jimmy Buffett is the man behind many songs in the American vernacular, from "Margaritaville" to "Cheeseburger in Paradise," to "Come Monday" and "It's Five o'Clock Somewhere." He has 8 Gold and 9 Platinum or multi-platinum albums from his thirty-year "summer job." His books have graced the top of the New York Times bestseller list in both fiction and non-fiction. He'll be speaking about his latest book, "Swine Not," as well as his more classic works, such as "A Salty Piece of Land." He is also behind the Margaritaville restaurants and casino. Portions of this appearance will be featured on Radio Margaritaville, his Sirius Radio Channel. This event took place on October 23, 2008, as part of the Musicians@Google series.
Kierra Sheard @ Regional Singers & Musicians Conf. in Tampa (Worship Medley) United Urban Outreach Presents: Dr. Dorinda Clark Cole's Regional Singers & Musicians Conference. Please visit for more information.
Musicians@Google: José González Live Mute Records recording artist José González visits Google's Mountain View, CA, office for a conversation with the @Google Team's Boone Spooner and to play a set of live songs from his albums, "Veneer" and "In Our Nature." This event took place on October 9, 2007, as part of the Live@Google series. More information about José González can be found at www.jose-
Tommy Emmanuel - Advice for musicians Excerpt from Tommy Emmanuel on how to be a better (fingerstyle) guitarist & musician. From his Masterclass @ Tommy Fest 2007.
Lady Antebellum - How To Play "American Honey" on Guitar Lady Antebellum - How To Play "American Honey" on Guitar - Watch as Dave Haywood Walks You Through Playing "American Honey"
Spotlight: The musician with a great heart Russian cellist Mstislav Rostropovich was one of the foremost musicians of the 20th century, and a brave defender of human rights. On April 27, 2007, the world mourned the passing of this great person. Since Rostopovichs death, there have been many events throughout the world honoring his lifes work, organized by the Rostropovich Foundation. Olga Rostropovich, a daughter of the Maestro, and the head of the Foundation of his name is our guest today.