Davide Viola: zuzanna iwańska - gyula david viola concerto (3rd movement), Johann David Heinichen. Sonata a 3 in C minor for Oboe, Viola da Gamba & b. c.,

Davide Viola

zuzanna iwańska - vla, anita kostecka - pf ; 20.02.2010
Johann David Heinichen

Sonata a 3 in C minor for Oboe, Viola da Gamba & b. c.

I. Affetuoso
II. Allegro
III. Adagio
IV. Vivace

Karl Friedrich Abel (1723-1787)
WKO 207 [Arpeggiata] d-moll
per viola da gamba solo
Sonata para viola da gamba y clave, bwv 1028, Andante. Johann Sebastian Bach

Rami Alqhai, viola da gamba
Davide Merello, clave

Concierto Festival de Música Antigua Castillo de Aracena, España

Performance at the congress of the Viola d'amore Society of America, June 2012, Innsbruck (Austria).
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ya viene el cativo
Elgar Cello Concerto Schnittke Viola Concerto
Maestro Christoph Eschenbach, David Aaron Carpenter and the Philharmonia Orchestra
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David Wallace performs "Nahum," his tour de force electric viola composition at the Bell Center in Olathe, Kansas @ MWROC 2011. Get your autographed, studio recording of Nahum here: http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/wallaced. Program note:


A few generations after Jonah, the Hebrew prophet Nahum delivers another message of impending doom to the people of Nineveh, capitol city of the ancient Assyrian empire. In beautiful language, but graphic and unsettling terms, Nahum foretells a
Miriam Wagstaff, 14
Jayne Galloway, pianist.
Video made at Rosewood Recording Co. Provo, UT November 2014. Miriam's CD is called "eclectic" and contains 14 tracks of classical viola, violin & fiddle music. The purpose is to raise tuition to attend Meadowmount, a 7 week chamber music camp, summer of 2015. "eclectic" is available for a donation of $20 (or $15 each for 2 or more copies). For more info email: wagstaffart @ scinternet.net

American violist David Schwartz plays Hubay's Morceau de Concert. with Sidney Foster at the piano. Recorded in 1936. Beautiful music that should definitely be played more often.
Karl Friedrich Abel (1723-1787)

WKO 207 [Allegro] d-moll
per viola da gamba solo

Nima Ben David


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Directed by David Solomini

Featuring Caroline from Photogencies and Amanda Viola from Elite Models

Director of Photography Alejandro Lalinde

Stylist Paula Tabalipa
Editor Rachel Martin-Austin
Creative Director Paula Tabalipa
Musical Director Alexander Kafi
Hair Stylist Yiotis Panayiotou assisted by Trista Jamieson
Manicurist Christina Aviles

RED CAMERA - Justin Jones

Production Supervisor Chris Leggett

Gaffer James Davis
Key Grip Scott Ray
Best Boy Brandon Alperin
Viola player David Lasserson and pianist Stephen Large perform My Favourite Things from the Sound of Music for BBC Radio 4's Front Row.

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Sinfonia Concertante K 364 in E flat major for Violin Viola and Orchestra
David & Igor Oistrakh, violin & viola
Yehudi Menuhin conducts Moscow Philarmonic
The 12 Seasons: David Aaron Carpenter's Warner Classics debut album.
Amazon: http://smarturl.it/12seasons
Vivaldi’s Baroque concertos are placed in a new light, recorded with viola soloist for the first time, alongside Cuatro Estaciones Porteñas (Four Seasons of Buenos Aires), written by Astor Piazzolla, and A Manhattan Four Seasons by the Ukrainian-American composer Alexey Shor, premiered in 2013.
David Aaron Carpenter and his Salomé Orchestra: The Twelve Seasons (Vivaldi, Piazzolla, Shor), new album out April 2016.
There is no shortage of recordings of Vivaldi’s Four Seasons, but this one really is different. First of all, it is played on the viola, not on the violin – by David Aaron Carpenter. Secondly, Vivaldi’s Baroque concertos are placed in a new light, since they are programmed alongside far more recent works inspired by the cycle of spring, summer, autumn and win