"Tambourins" from Alcyone - Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra performing "Tambourins", the last mvt. in Marin Marais' Alcyone. This footage was taken at the Klang und Raum festival in Irsee, Germany - a festival that Tafelmusik has participated in for the last 15 years.
Joseph Bodin de Boismortier - Don Quichotte chez la Duchesse, Op. 97 -- Act. 1 -- part 2/2 Act I: Tambourins I et II Act I: Scene de la paysanne (Peasant Girl's Scene) Act I: Merlin l'enchanteur (Merlin the Magician) Act I: Reprise de l'ouverture
Hannah plays Rameau's Tambourin 8 year old Hannah plays Rameau's Tambourin
Funky Pandeiro - Celinho Barros
Tambourin Rameau Fomenko N. Smalzuga E.
INSTRUMENTARIUM SEQ ANIM MB h264 2009 Instrumentarium non exhaustif de l'ensemble MILLE BONJOURS.
Kitni Girhen Kholi Hain Maine - Mitali Singh- Chand Parosa Hai - Kitni Girhen Kholi Hain Maine Album: Chand Parosa Hai Narrator: Gulzar Singh Vocals: Mitali Singh Dear viewer, following description is neither lyrics nor translation of Gulzar Singh's ghazal " Kitni Girhen Kholi Hain" . After careful listening of this ghazal and reading of Sahir Ludhyanvi's poem " Jinhen Naaz Hai Hind Par Woh Kahan Hain" for film "Pyasa 1957" Passion found enough similarity between them. Finally to avoid any confusion, only translation is given here, which is a great tool to understand Gulzar's Philosophy. These lanes, these marts of rich delights, Precious lives, undone, defiled; Where are the defenders of virtuous pride? Where are they who praise, the pious eastern ways? These sinuous streets, these doors ajar, The clinking coins, the moving masks, Deals of honor, haggling fast, Where are they who praise, the pious eastern ways? These dimly-lighted, stinking streets, These yellowing buds, crushed and ceased, These hollow charms, for sale and lease; Where are they who praise, the pious eastern ways? The jingling trinklets at casement bright, Tambourins athrob mid gasping life; Cheerless rooms with cough alive; Where are they who praise, the pious eastern ways? Boisterous laughs on public paths, Crowds at windows, thick and fast, Vulgar words, obscene remarks; Where are they who praise, the pious eastern ways? The betel spittal, the floral wreaths, Audacious looks and filthy speech, Flaccid figures, looks diseased; Where are they who praise, the pious ...
Rameau - Tambourin click link for Stereo sound Rameau - Tambourin Christophe Rousset rehearsing with Les Talens Lyriques on Period Instruments
Chamber version of Rameau's Orchestral Suites These are three pieces from Rameau's Orchestral Suites, arranged for chamber music version and played by Aulos Ensemble. The first piece is "Musette" from "Les fetes d'Hebe", and the second and third ones are "Les Sauvages" and "Tambourins" from "Les Indes galantes".
Jean-Philippe Rameau: Dard*** (1739) - VI. Tambourins [prologue] / JE Gardiner JEAN-PHILIPPE RAMEAU [1683-1764] DARD*** Tragédie-lyrique Libretto: Charles-Antoine Leclerc de La Bruère Paris, Opéra 19 November 1739 Prologue IV. Tambourins - 0:05 English Baroque Soloists / John Eliot Gardiner (conductor) 1983 Erato - DDD [on authentic instruments]
DVC Diablo Valley College 102 String Ensemble May 11, 2010 Diablo Valley College String Ensemble 102 perfroms Tambourins from Troisieme Concert - J. Rameau arranged by R. Matesky. Music Director Monte Bairos. Tuesday May 11, 2010
tambourins galoubets et accordeons conservatoire ollioules et la seyne 2009 recital de tambourins galoubets et accordéons le 19/02/2009
Francois Couperin IV Book XX Ordre Part 3 Gilbert Harpsichord
2. "The Legend of Casanova" Daro Tambourins 1/2 - Jean Philippe Rameau
My Choice 479 - Waldteufel: Polka des Tambourines Polka des Tambourines was composed by the French composer, Émile Waldteufel in1888. To compliment the music, we're showing photos of Chinese Acrobats. Émile Waldteufel was born in Strasbourg to a Jewish Alsatian family of musicians. His father Louis had a respected orchestra, and his brother Léon was a successful musician. When Léon won a place to study violin performance at the Conservatoire de Paris, the entire family followed him there. It was in Paris that Waldteufel would spend the rest of his life.Video by Alfred with the help of Choy Hong (Jasmine) Grech, Mosta, Malta. © jasalf5959 - 2010 Music is copyrighted by its corresponding owners. No infringement of copyright is meant and if it does infringe, please message me and I'll remove it. ===================================== Our Youtube Channels are: 1) jasalf5959 MASTER Link: (Malta & Malaysia related videos) 2) malpen04 My Choice series 1 MASTER Link: (Music videos) 3) malpen04 My Choice series 2 MASTER Link: (Music videos) 4) malpen04 My Choice series 3 MASTER Link: (Music videos) 5) malpen04 Miscellaneous MASTER Link: (Trip to Sicily & Non Malta and Music related)
Gracieusement+Tambourins,De Lavigne , Flute and piano Sonate La Baussan, recorded one week before the competition
Francois Joseph GOSSEC - Tambourins Having a total-prima-vista-fun with my mom's friend & Gossec
Jazz Oboe, Jean-Luc Fillon, oboman Oboe hautbois jazz, Oboa band, recorded live, 2004 Jean-Luc Fillon oboe, english horn, duduk João Paulo : piano Carlo Rizzo : tambourins Jean-Luc Fillon is today on his preferred instruments, the oboe and the English horn, on which he reveals his true talents as a melodist. We cannot help but be seduced by the rich sound, the authenticity and the lyricism of the oboe -- an instrument which up until now has been confined to traditional written music - combined with the virtuosity of this exceptional improviser. Since 2001, he has been continuously working, making numerous sound recordings and giving live performances, illustrating the innovative and original character of his artistic initiative. He has worked with a large number of musicians: Patrice Caratini, Antoine Hervé, Claude Barthélémy, Georges Rabol, Bob Mintzer, Glenn Ferris, Michele Hendricks, Paolo Fresu, Nguyen Lee, Jean-Marc Padovani, Lauren Newton, Pierre Blanchard, Olivier Ker Ourio, Michel Bénita, Jean-Jacques Avenel, Tony Rabeson, Michael Ferlberbaum, Karl Jannuska, Jarrod Cagwin, João Paulo, Didier Ithurssary, Bruno Rousselet, Fawzy Al Aiedy, Adel Shams El-Din, Michael Rabinowitz, Paul Hanson, Ronnie Lynn Patterson...
FJ Gossec: Sabinus (1773) / Suite de ballet - Tambourins I & II / Les Agrémens FRANÇOIS-JOSEPH GOSSEC SABINUS Tragédie-lyriques 1773 I. Tambourins I & II - 0:06 Les Agrémens / Guy Van Vaas (conductor) 2008 - DDD [on authentic instruments]
Casanova Soundtrack Track 2 The Legend of Casanova Jean-Philippe-Rameau - Tambourins I/II from Daro
Rameau/Godowsky-Tambourin From Godowsky's "Renaissance" suite...
Rameau - Tambourin (Guitar) let me know what do you think about it! ;-)
My Choice 387 - Xavier Cugat: Brasil Samba "Aquarela do Brasil" (Watercolor of Brazil), known in the English-speaking world simply as "Brazil", is one of the most famous Brazilian songs of all time, written by Ary Barroso in 1939 and played by Xavier Cugat. A canção "Aquarela do Brasil" recebeu esse título porque foi composta numa noite de 1939 na qual Barroso foi impedido de sair de casa devido a uma forte tempestade. Naquela mesma noite, também compôs "Três Lágrimas" antes que a chuva acabasse. ------------------------------ Ary Barroso wrote "Aquarela do Brasil" in early 1939, when he was prevented from leaving his home one night due to a storm. Its title, a reference to watercolor painting, is a clear mention to the rain. He also wrote "Três Lágrimas" (Three teardrops) on the same night, before the end of the rain. Describing the song in an interview to Marisa Lira, of the newspaper Diário de Notícias, Barroso said that he wanted to "free the samba away from the tragedies of life, of the sensual scenario already so explored". According to the composer, he "felt all the greatness, the value and the wealth of our land", reliving "the tradition of the national panels". Initially, he wrote the first chords, which he defined as "vibrant", and a "plangent of emotions". The original beat "sang on [his] imagination, highlighting the sound of the rain, on syncope beats of fantastic tambourins". According to him, "the rest came naturally, music and lyrics at once". He declared to have felt like another person after ...
That Deceptive Word "Freedom" - HD - Part 1 ----Part 1---- This video was made as an attempt of interesting explanation of the basic principles that govern our lives, ABILITY CALLED FREEDOM, that are intentionally left "in the mist" for the working class to get caught in. Unfortunately this simplistic but effective extensive propaganda by bourgeoisie interests is widespread in the West and their colonies. Interest of self-preservation, and denying Proletariat clear view on the society and its methods and elements, and denying it general education, thus denying it power to understand, organize better, and to react quicker and more powerful to the alarming changes and problems! Original concept based on work by Professor Marxist Dennis McKinsey: -Unactive Main site -Unactive Youtube channel with many interesting videos concerning History of Religion and the Bible, definitly a must, if you are interesting in those subjects and you require scientific approach in your research. Music included is: -Freedom is coming -Navras - Juno Reactor Vs. Don Davis -Movie Terminator 2 theme -Theres A Storm Coming - Bear McCreary -Cromartie In The Hospital - Bear McCreary -Sarah Connors Theme - Bear McCreary -Time forward! / Время вперед -Brandenburg Concerto No.2 in F. III, Allegro assai - Johann Sebastian Bach -07 Symphony No. 12 in D minor, Op. 112 'The Year 1917 - in Memory of Lenin', IV. The Dawn of Humanity - Shostakovich [Mtislav Rostropovich] -05 Symphony No. 9 in E flat ...
Keletigui et ses Tambourinis - Miri magnin Keletigui et ses Tambourinis - Miri magnin From : Discothèque 73 - SLP 45 (Syliphone) 1975 .......after Guinea's independence, the 25-piece National Orchestra had so many members that they decided to spilt into two bands: l'Orchestre de la Paillote under the direction of Kélétigui Traoré, played in the La Paillote nightclub, and l'Orchestre Jardin de Guinée under the direction of Balla Onivogui, playing in Le Jardin de Guinée. Later the bands were renamed, becoming Kélétigui et ses Tambourins and Balla et ses Balladins. Manfila Kanté Dabadou, who was the lead singer of Kélétigui et ses Tambourins came from a very musical family. His cousin Soba Manfila Kanté played guitar in Balla et ses Balladin, and two more cousins, Kanté Manfila and Salif Keita, played in the Rail Band from Bamako in neighboring Mali. From :
DVC Diablo Valley College Woodwind Trio Ensemble 01 May 11, 2010 Diablo Valley College Woodwind Trio Ensemble perfroms Tambourins Sonate fur drei floten - J. Quantz. Music Director Monte Bairos. Tuesday May 11, 2010
Aquarela do Brasil - Watercolor of Brazil "Aquarela do Brasil" (English: Watercolor of Brazil), known in the English-speaking world simply as "Brazil", is one of the most famous Brazilian songs of all time, written by Ary Barroso in 1939. Ary Barroso wrote "Aquarela do Brasil" in early 1939, when he was prevented from leaving his home one night due to a heavy storm. Its title, a reference to watercolor painting, is a clear mention to the rain. He also wrote "Três Lágrimas" (English: Three teardrops) on that same night, before the rain ended. Describing the song in an interview to Marisa Lira, of the newspaper Diário de Notícias, Barroso said that he wanted to "free the samba away from the tragedies of life, of the sensual scenario already so explored". According to the composer, he "felt all the greatness, the value and the wealth of our land", reliving "the tradition of the national panels". Initially, he wrote the first chords, which he defined as "vibrant", and a "plangent of emotions". The original beat "sang on [his] imagination, highlighting the sound of the rain, on syncope beats of fantastic tambourins". According to him, "the rest came naturally, music and lyrics at once". He declared to have felt like another person after writing the song. Portuguese lyrics: Brasil, meu Brasil Brasileiro, Meu mulato inzoneiro, Vou cantar-te nos meus versos: O Brasil, samba que dá, Bamboleio, que faz gingar; O Brasil do meu amor, Terra de Nosso Senhor. Brasil!... Brasil!... Prá mim!... Prá mim!... Ô, abre a cortina do ...
5/5 Jean-Féry Rebel - Les Eléments Jean-Féry Rebel(1666 - 1747) Les Eléments 9. Caprice 10. Tambourins I / II Reinhard Goebel(director)/ Musica Antiqua Koln
Sarah Hamrin "Le Tambourin" by Rameau on piano Sarah's spring recital May 2009.
El Boy Die - Under My Broken Tree
Casanova-OST (2005) - Best Tracks I Casanova, 2005 Director: Lasse Hallström 0:00-1:21 08-"A Lover's Duel"-Vicente Martin y Soler-Overture from La Madrilena 1:21-2:07 15-"Inquisitor Pucci"-Alexandre Desplat 2:07-3:40 19-"The Plume's nom is Casanova"-Sonny Kompanek (with Vivaldi Op3/11 Fuga-theme) 3:40-5:33 10-"A Secret Lover"-Antonio Vivaldi-Sinfonia from the Opera Farnace 5:33-6:31 04-"Eternal Damnation"-JPRameau-Overture from Les Fétes de Polymnie,Overture from Plateé,Overture from Zoroastre 6:31-8:03 24-"A Great Escape"-JPRameau-Overture from Zais-Overture from Nais-Overture from Achante et Cephise ou La Sympathie 8:03-9:24 02-"The Legend of Casanova"-JPRameau-Tambourins I/II from Daro
Esprit-Philippe Chédeville - Tambourin and pictures Esprit-Philippe Chédeville - Tambourin and pictures by Eva Bartosova, recorder, painter
Rameau III concert from pieces de clavecin en concert Part 2 Rannou harpsichord and direction
Michel Blavet Sonata Op.2 No.3 in E minor Michel Blavet (1700-1768) was one the finest flautist in 18th century Europe, certainly the best in France. Even Quantz expressed his great admiration for Blavet's playing. His virtuosity, clear intonation, and expressive playing set the standard for flute playing. His flute sonatas are less brilliant and are targeted towards amateurs. It represents a synthesis of the French and Italian styles of the 18th century. Sonata Op.2 No.3 in E minor Adagio - Allemanda (andante) 2:08 - Rondeau "L'insinuante" (gratioso) 5:03 - "Le Mondorge", tambourins I et II (presto) 7:48 - Giga (allegro) 9:28 Claire Guimond / flute Jonathan Manson / viola da gamba John Toll / harpsichord
1. Winter Retreat Skit iTrust On this episode of Forever Ever Land, The Gang plans a going away party for Sonny. Root beer floats, kazoos, tambourins, and fun! At least that's how it all seems until The Gang comes to a scary conclusion.
Tambourin Jean Philippe Rameau (1683-1764) Tambourin -- Tambourin en Rondeau Ensemble, Il Giardinetto del Paradiso Emilio Percan, Baroque violin Zorro Zin, Baroque guitar Gudrun Fuss, Viola da gamba Kaung-Ae Lee, Cembalo & leader July 2008, Graefrath(Germany)
Joseph Bodin Boismortier - Fragments melodiques - VI. Tambourins 1 and 2 Herve Niquet, Conductor. Le Concert Spirituel. Laurent Le Chenadec, Bassoon.
Tambourins Helen and Roland playing the flute together
Trans'Tambourin - Carlo RIzzo, Paul Mindy, Adel Shams el Din, Ravi Prasad An amazing musical journey with 4 masters of tambourine, 4 styles, 4 cultures, 4 continents.
Singular instrument Regardez-bien...
Rameau~Tambourins Jean-Philippe Rameau (1683 - 1764) Played by the Trio Sonnerie
Rameau - Castor et Pollux - Ouverture Thanks for watching this beautiful ouverture from Castor et Pollux by Jean-Philippe Rameau. Castor et pollux - 1754 version castor-colin ainsworth pollux-joshua hopkins télaire-monica whicher jupiter-giles tomkins etc. conductor-kevin mallon aradia ensemble