Post by eulenspiegel on Sept 2, 2012 21:16:30 GMT -6
As nobody other continues here at first Diana Damrau in a few Mozart and Salieri, I recommend 15:20-15:45. This piece by Salieri had not been sung for 200 years because of the high notes, f-sharp and g. Her voice is breathtaking.
second Damrau in another genre. From the Musical " My fair lady" - " Ich hätt getanzt heut Nacht" In this TV show every guest has to make a kind of "Hausmusik" with Götz Alsmann. a well known german jazz musician. In this show she told the TV hosts that "My fair lady" was her first role after University. In the end of this show there is always someone who praises the guest. In her case it was Placido Domingo. She decided to become an opera singer because she saw Domingo in La Traviata on TV when she was 12 years old.
Post by eulenspiegel on Sept 2, 2012 22:05:19 GMT -6
Until 2010 Götz Alsmamn was the TV host in another music show. It would have been the perfect show for Emily, for example to show her new jazz CD. Here are two pearls with his guest Jamie Cullum. First Jamie Cullums version of Rihannas " Don't stop the music" and the Götz Alsmann Band
then with Jamie Cullum and Götz Alsmann "Georgia on my mind"
Post by eulenspiegel on Sept 3, 2012 21:46:24 GMT -6
Also a part of the Trapp movie. The american folk song "Old Black Joe" (1853)- Stephen Foster(1826-1861), as I mentioned in the other thread the " Wiener Sängerkaben" sang in reality.
Please excuse my typing mistakes, I know the things or get them like Emily would say in 10 minutes, but then I have to translate my knowledge in my I-phone, and its quite tiresome to modify every mistake. -)))
Post by eulenspiegel on Sept 6, 2012 22:01:17 GMT -6
I like this scene very much also its a very disturbing scene. There is one comment on youtube who expresses it excellently. " Playing the piano like there is no tomorrow" . He does not know if he will be killed after his performance.
Adrian Brody and Thomas Kretschmann in "The Pianist"- Roman Polanski
The polish pianist and actor Janusz Olejniczak is the real pianist(Brodys hands)
Post by eulenspiegel on Sept 12, 2012 21:27:58 GMT -6
Attention!!! Today is the 193. birthday of Clara Schumann (Wieck) 13.09.1819
There is a worldwide google doodle
And here is one piece of her:
Romance in a-minor (Christina Ortiz)
This would be a fantastic piece for Emily to start her concert in two days. " We begin with a piece of an old prodigy played by the US prodigy Emily Bear" It would fit her very well!!! But I think its too late-((((
Start with this piece. Then some movie scores (e.g. Up) then switch to Emily own compositions and in the end some jazz from Emily and others and some Gershwin. ( Summertime) and as extra piece some artistic like The Boogie So Emily could start a transition from her child years to her teens. A kind of goodbye to the cuteness. Or the other way around. This piece or something similar as climax of the concert. This would be a programm!!!!
Post by eulenspiegel on Sept 18, 2012 20:56:34 GMT -6
Once upon a time 31 years ago on 19.09.1981 it took place one of the most famous concerts in modern music history. Some people see it as " The Concert"
Simon & Garfunkel in the Central Park ( 500.000 people)
Wouldn't it be nice if Emily took a keyboard, her sister a mini harp and Jonathan his violin and then play some "street music" in the Central Park.-)) Perhaps their interpretations of "Scarorough Fair" and "Bridge over Troubled Water". This would be a cool trio!!!
Post by eulenspiegel on Sept 23, 2012 21:11:04 GMT -6
Here some motivation for Emily: One of the best brass ensembles. Bob Ross and the brass ensemble of the Munich Philarmonics "Blechschaden" Blech is the german word for simple metall. And the players of the brass instruments are the "Blechbläser" Its a german pun. If your car is damaged it has a " Blechschaden".
And the prodigy of my hometown!!!! David Garett (Bongartz) He took his mothers maiden name. I hope you saw the link of his flashmob in New York I posted earlier. Some time ago he told in a german TV show that his parents weren't lucky as he showed them the acceptance letter of Juillard. They did not know that he wanted to go there. And he also won a competition in composing there.
Post by eulenspiegel on Sept 24, 2012 6:20:47 GMT -6
Another two pieces for the new horn player " Emily"
The Horn Ensemble of the Berlin Philarmonics in Japan
"Guten Abend, Gut Nacht" famous lullaby by Johannes Brahms
Some month ago this ensemble visited Japan again and played some japanese tunes for the children in the school district of Fukujima. I don't know if there exists a video. I cannot speak japanese, so I cannot search in youtube.
eulenspiegel: @don @wolfgang am 30. Juni schon mal in der Schweiz http://www.openairguide.net/festivals/schweiz/blues-n-jazz/emily-bear
Mar 19, 2017 16:26:21 GMT -6
eulenspiegel: and 2nd time Steamboat Springs, July 8
Mar 19, 2017 23:04:12 GMT -6
Levi: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8GpZNlfvPQY The Beatles, Roll Over Beethoven
Mar 20, 2017 0:38:07 GMT -6
Levi: The Beatles and especially the Rolling Stones were influenced by Chuck Berry. Keith Richards style is basically Chuck Berry guitar riffs.[br]https://youtu.be/l2sTmWr7ISY "Oh Carol",the Rolling Stones live, From the album 'GET YER YA-YA'S OUT!'
Mar 20, 2017 0:42:33 GMT -6
mastersgttom: According to concertsforamerica.com there is going to be a live broadcast of tonights event at 8:30pm EDT. Just go to the website and refresh the provided link at the designated time. A great opportunity to see Emily perform live. Hope it works.
Mar 20, 2017 10:33:43 GMT -6
wolfgang1959: Unfortunately bad timing for us here in Germany...
Mar 20, 2017 12:37:25 GMT -6
eulenspiegel: I hope its not only on facebook... if this really works here....
Mar 20, 2017 15:44:59 GMT -6
eulenspiegel: It does not work with my ipad. So perhaps someone can tell me afterwards. It seems that everything Mr Rudetzky streams, broadcasts is only for the elite. That cannot be true.
Mar 20, 2017 21:31:44 GMT -6
eulenspiegel: @stephenadams how is it?
Mar 20, 2017 21:37:51 GMT -6
mastersgttom: Sorry for those who live across the Atlantic that weren't able to get the live stream. Emily played a medley of songs I wasn't completely familiar with except the Bumble Boogie which ended the medley. She was great as usual. Nice ovation.
Mar 20, 2017 21:47:43 GMT -6
eulenspiegel: It works now and I found her part as Rudetzky told to show off 1:14::00 ff http://www.playbill.com/article/watch-concert-for-america-live-stream-with-chita-rivera-and-hamilton-stars
Mar 20, 2017 22:20:29 GMT -6
eulenspiegel: @don public, not public, sharing, not sharing???
Mar 21, 2017 4:04:53 GMT -6