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Postby Lenoschka-Ispanskiy » 24 Mar 2013, 00:28

AND MORE...

Wiht RAVEL and PIANO again:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-yCuaAOXsp4
Ravel music is colourful. The second movement is also magical (listen the participation of english horn since 14'38 to 16'30 min. This music is not from this planet!) The main inconvenence for our proposal is that musical phrases are so long.

But Ravel has another incidental works at suite form, with little parts like "Ma mère l'Oye" ("My Mother the Goose"). Each piece evoke a different story/tale.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o3rir1bWTyI

I see, to search music to skate is for going crazy!!. Two and four minutes only to include diferents characters, tempi... so difficult!!.

I'll be back with more ideas; now I am tired to think.
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Postby Lenoschka-Ispanskiy » 24 Mar 2013, 15:59

LET’S FOCUS!.

If ballet music is good for dance (obviously), must be good for skate. As you looks not be close of Tchaikowsky’s music ballet mood (a pity because I am sure that a lot of Plushy-fans would want to see you skate with Tchaikowsky’s works; but you always skate with music that you real feels like yours and this is so intelligent and artistic desire), I like to notice you about Prokofiev’s music:

ROMEO & JULIETA ballet: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dasIWoazkXA

Strong, powerful and big music but also slight and delicate, like our Evgeny and his skating.

A lot of music to listen!!.
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Postby Lenoschka-Ispanskiy » 24 Mar 2013, 23:09

ANOTHER RUSSIAN COMPOSER:

Sergey Rachmaninov: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KL5aiUKPt3Q

I think that variations form give much game (you see "Ochi Chernye variations" for Lizoschka's FP this season. Wonderful!).
Again, many tempi, atmosphere... but all around a unique theme. This is good for a copy-paste in organic and coherent way.
Moreover, at this work by Rachmaninov, the variations and musical phrases are quite short; easy to play!!.
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Postby Lenoschka-Ispanskiy » 27 Mar 2013, 21:40

FROM RUSSIA TO SPAIN

Intermezzo from spanish Opera GOYESCAS:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r15UJA2Ee9M (orchestral version)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TDf3Vr9np-Y (cello/piano version)

Now, something about GOYESCAS:

Opera: one act and three scenes.
Libretto (texts): Fernando Periquet.
Music: Enrique Granados.
Premiered in Metropolitan Opera Hose of New York, 28-January-1916.

Inspired and includes melodies from initial Piano Suite Goyescas from 1911, by Granados.
Opera and suite both inspired on tapestries that were done on Goya cartoons.
(Goya’s cartoons: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Fr ... y_cartoons )

The Intermezzo of opera has became in an separated music concert piece so popular that it is played at many instrumental versions.

CHARACTERS:
Rosario: Lady in high social ranking, Fernando’s lover.
Pepa: Tonadilla singer, Paquiro’s lover. (Tonadilla is a popular spanish song).
Paquiro: famous torero, Pepa’s lover.
Fernando: Captain in Royal Guard, Rosario’s lover.

SYNOPSIS:
FIRST SCENE
The opera opens with a crowd of majas and majos enjoying a holiday on the outskirts of Madrid. Some of the majas are engaged in the popular pastime of tossing the pelele (a man of straw) in a blanket. Paquiro the toreador is paying compliments to the women. Pepa, his sweetheart of the day, arrives in her dogcart. Popular, she is warmly welcomed. Soon Rosario, a lady of rank, arrives in her sedan-chair to keep a tryst with her lover, Fernando, a captain in the Royal Spanish Guards. Paquiro reminds her a baile de candil (a ball given in a room lit by candlelight) which she once attended. He invites to go again. Fernando overhears his remarks. His jealousy is aroused. He informs Paquiro that Rosario shall go to the ball, but that he, Fernando, will accompany her. He extracts Rosario’s promise to go with him, while Pepa, enraged by Paquiro’s neglect, vows vengeance upon her.
SECOND SCENE
It shows the scene at the ball. Fernando appears with Rosario. His haughty bearing and disdainful speech anger all present. The two men arrange for a duel that evening, and when Rosario recovers from a swoon, Fernando takes her away.
THIRD SCENE
It reveals Rosario’s garden. Fernando visits her before keeping his appointment with Paquiro. When a bell strikes the fatal hour, Fernando tears himself away. He is followed hesitatingly by Rosario. Soon the silence is broken by a cry from Fernando, followed by a shriek from Rosario. The lovers reappear. Rosario supports Fernando to a stone bench where he dies in her arms.

ABOUT COSTUMES:
As you see again, in Spanish music, toreros, popular music, love and jelousness.
But this is a so romantic, stylized and idealized vision of this universe.
So, I would not use a torero inspired suit. I think is better to use a suit in stylized form of “goyesco style” or even something like an abstract idea, like a dream of Goya’s universe.

Piano Suite Gotescas
Book 1
1. Los Requiebros - The Complimets
2. Coloquio en la Reja - Conversation at the Grille
3. El Fandango del Candil - The Oil Lamp Fandango
Book 2
4. Quejas o la Maja y el Ruiseñor - Complaints or the Maiden and the Nightingale
5. El Amor y la Muerte: Balada - Love and Death: a Ballad
6. Epílogo: Serenata del Espectro - Epilogue: Specter's Serenade

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F3V57y1bx8A

I'll be back with more Spanish Suites... :plush45:
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Postby Lenoschka-Ispanskiy » 29 Mar 2013, 16:21

JOAQUÍN TURINA

Joaquín Turina (9 December 1882 – 14 January 1949) was a Spanish composer of classical music.
Turina was born in Seville but his origins were in northern Italy (between Verona, Brescia and Mantova). He studied in Seville as well as in Madrid. He lived in Paris from 1905 to 1914 where he took composition lessons from Vincent d'Indy at his Schola Cantorum de Paris, and studied the piano under Moritz Moszkowski. Like his countryman and friend, Manuel de Falla, while there he got to know the impressionist composers Maurice Ravel and Claude Debussy.
In 1908 he married Obdulia Garzón, who was to bear him five children. She was the dedicatee of the Danzas Fantásticas, which he completed in 1919.
Along with de Falla, he returned to Madrid in 1914, working as a composer, teacher and critic. In 1931 he was made professor of composition at the Madrid Royal Conservatory. He died in Madrid. Among his notable pupils were Vicente Asencio and Celedonio Romero.
His works include the operas Margot (1914) and Jardín de Oriente (1923), the Danzas Fantásticas (1919, versions for piano and orchestra), La Oración del Torero (written first for a lute quartet, then string quartet, then string orchestra), chamber music, piano works, guitar pieces and songs. Much of his work shows the influence of traditional Andalusian music. He also wrote a short one-movement Rapsodia Sinfonica (1931) for piano and orchestra. His music often conveys a feeling of rapture or exaltation.

Danzas Fantásticas (Fantastic Dances,) (1919)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NsLbritRjjU
1- Exaltación (Exaltation)
2- Ensueño (Illusion)
3- Orgía (Orgy)

Danzas Gitanas (Gypsy Dances), (1930)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ulGGAoN_IKA
1- Zambra (“flamenco” dance of gypsies from Granada)
2- Danza de Seducción (Seduction Dance)
3- Danza Ritual (Ritual Dance)
4- Generalife (is the name of a little palace in Granada)1
5- Sacro Monte (is the name of a suburb in Granada city)2

This is a music work inspired in Granada city, with all its moorish (“morisco –a” in Spanish) and gypsy heritage

1. about Generalife and Alhambra: http://www.alhambradegranada.org/ru/inf ... ralife.asp

2. about Sacro Monte: the suburb of Sacro Monte in Granada is famous due its caves where gypsies still perform their parties singing and dancing in “Flamenco” stile. Is the place where gypsies who accompanying the troops of the Catholic Monarchs at Spanish Reconquest (722-1492). In these suburbs, the craftsmen developed his work and the artists establish the roots of “Flamenco” (for example, the Zambra dance was borne here)

La Oración del Torero (The Toreador's Prayer)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9xsSt7UAWCE

Some interesting thigs about:
http://www.earsense.org/chamberbase/wor ... ?pkey=1548
http://art.thewalters.org/detail/26248/ ... the-arena/
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Postby Lenoschka-Ispanskiy » 29 Mar 2013, 17:19

Now a break with French Music

MAURICE RAVEL (1875-1937)
La Alborada del Gracioso
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_hTOrXJgbZY

This piece was originally composed as the fourth of the five numbers in the piano suite Miroirs, which Ravel completed in 1905 and his friend Ricardo Viñes introduced at the Salle Erard on January 6, 1906. The orchestral version of the Alborada, which Ravel created in 1918, was introduced in Paris on May 17 of the following year by the Pasdeloup Orchestra under Rhené-Baton. The National Symphony Orchestra first performed this work on October 30, 1956, under Howard Mitchell.
The title Alborada del gracioso is usually translated as "Morning Song of a Jester," the gracioso having been the household jester in the classic Spanish comedies of Calderón and Lope de Vega. The piece has remained enormously popular on its own, in both the original keyboard version and the subsequent one for orchestra. Ravel's pupil, confidant and biographer Alexis Roland-Manuel characterized the piece as one "in which the dry and biting virtuosity is contrasted, Spanish-wise, with the swooning flow of the lovelorn melodic line which interrupts the angry buzzing of guitars."

In the piano suite, each of the five movements bears a dedication to one of Ravel's friends and/or colleagues. The Alborada was dedicated to M.D. Calvocoressi, the critic and musical scholar who was among Ravel's earliest supporters, encouraged his very productive interest in the music of Mussorgsky, and supplied him with the texts for the Cinq Mélodies populaires grecques.

And the original piano suite:
MAURICE RAVEL
Miroirs
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0VdZR3deNdI
About Miroirs: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miroirs

MAURICE RAVEL
La Valse
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fg2i2NB-i3o
About La Valse: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/La_valse


MAURICE RAVEL
Tzigane
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VoaJ0rTc14s
About Tzigane: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tzigane


CLAUDE DEBUSSY (1862-1918)
Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m7b1FkZYarU
One of greatest and emblematic hits in choreographic and dancer Nijinski’s career!!
In the video, the great Rudolf Nureyev plays the Nijinski's coreographi.
About Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pr%C3%A9lu ... d'un_faune
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Postby Lenoschka-Ispanskiy » 30 Mar 2013, 03:47

I can't forget three master works by Prokofiev!

Sergei Prokofiev Symphony No. 1 "Classical"
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kAQPzgS3Nxs

Now, another universe (really I love both concertos. I think is possibe a good copy-paste)

Sergei Prokofiev - Violin Concerto No. 1 in D, Op. 19
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GvCLXzsz_4k

Sergei Prokofiev - Violin Concerto No.2 in G minor, op.63
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tg9DHAp6usQ
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Postby Lenoschka-Ispanskiy » 30 Mar 2013, 04:03

I have my head like a drum, thinking about musics, listening and triying to imagin if are good for skating and for Evgeny... :kli_ny:
Because the music is so good but is so difficult to choose to such effort.
Because I have no idea what are you looking for Evgeny... :ne_vi_del:

Think Lenoschka, think...
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Postby Lenoschka-Ispanskiy » 30 Mar 2013, 20:18

May be, you would like to be Lenski...

P.I. Tcaikovsky: Evgeni Onegin (Kuda, Kuda. Lensky's aria)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v-uhVbwzDmw

I let you this video where is one of your friends (is a pity because sound is not good).
Look!, without the recitative at the beginning, sice theme (min. 1'24''), the duration is 4'36''.
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Postby Lenoschka-Ispanskiy » 30 Mar 2013, 20:30

Or Petrouschka, whose spirit never dies...

Igor Stravinsky: Petroushka
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JbWDG3LU ... 3907097147
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7szruqRfhDQ (uninterrupted)
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