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G. Verdi - The Grand March from "Aida" - trumpet part - Download MP3 music or MP4 video:
Verdi - Aida - Grand March
My Choice 30 - Verdi - Aida Grand March "My Choice" number 30 includes the Grand March from the Opera Aida by Giuseppe Verdi. Photos show various scenes from the Opera on stage and were taken from the internet. Video by Alfred Grech, Mosta, Malta. © jasalf5959 Please also search for our other Youtube Channel jasalf5959 ==================== Giuseppe Verdi (1813 - 1901) was an Italian Romantic composer, mainly of opera. He was one of the most influential composers of the 19th century. His works are frequently performed in opera houses throughout the world. Verdi's grand opera, Aida, is sometimes thought to have been commissioned for the celebration of the opening of the Suez Canal in 1869, but, according to one major critic, Verdi turned down the Khedive's invitation to write an "ode" for the new opera house he was planning to inaugurate as part of the canal opening festivities.
final rehearsal of my third performance for HKJCE together with HKCSB in 2010-11 (Conductor: Dr. Joseph Kam)
Giuseppe Verdi: "AIDA" (Act1 scene 2 "The grand gate of the city of Thebes"). Dance: ROBERTO BOLLE, MYRNA KAMARA and Members of National Opera and Ballet Sofia. Choreography: GHEORGHE IANCU. Direction-sets-costumes: PIER LUIGI PIZZI. Music direction: DONATO RENZETTI Video direction: ALLESSANDRO ZONIN (Consulting) PAOLLO PANIZZA by INVENTA VERONA ITALY.
Giuseppe Verdi. DON CARLO. Il grand' Inquisitor. (Filippo II - Il grand' Inquisitore) Filippo II. Samuel Ramey Don Carlo. Luciano Pavarotti Elisabetta di Valois. Daniela Dessì Eboli. Luciana d'Intino Rodrigo. Paolo Coni Il Grande Inquisitore. Alexander Anisimov Orchestra e coro del Teatro alla Scala, Milano cond. Riccardo Muti 1992
Giuseppe Verdi -- RIGOLETTO Il Duca di Mantova: Peter Dvorsky Rigoletto: Piero Cappuccilli Gilda:Valerie Masterson Maddalena: Gillian Knigt Sparafucile: Foiani Giovanni Monterone: Bohus Hanak Borsa: John Dickie Marullo: Alain Fondary Cerprano: Dirk Sagemüller Contessa di Ceprano: Micaela Etcheverry Giovanna: Michèle Moser Paggio della Duchessa: Magali Schwartz Un usciere: Remo Cambiati Choeur du Grand Théâtre de Genève; Orchestre de la Suisse Romande Direttore Nello Santi Regia Jean-Marie Simon Grand Théâtre de Genève : 14.03.1981
World Classic Organ Fantasy G. Verdi Opera Aida "The Grand March" Classic Organ Transcription NY Southern Church 4-manual Allen Organ Juilliard 5.1 Dolby Surround Jul, 25 2009 존홍 세계명곡 오르간 편곡연주 베르디 오폐라 아이다 개선행진곡 뉴욕남교회 알렌 4단 오르간 5.1 돌비 디지탈 사운드 2009년 7월 25일 오르간동영상
476 singers and 60 musicians of Lunds Stadsorkester conducted by Roger Andersson On October 17th 2012 the next Lund Choral Festival will start: www.lundchoralfestival.org www.youtube.com Here the same chior performs Va, pensiro - Chorus of the Hebrew Slaves - from Nabucco: Giuseppe Verdi - Aida - Triumph March - Triumphal March - Grand March - Chior - Chorus Lund International Choral Festival 2010 Gala Concert Verdi - Aida - Triumph March 20101013 Lund Choir Festival Galakonsert 5D2 Aida 4B.wmv
rolandovillazon.blogspot.com Il Grand' Inquisitor Act. IVDONCARLO (Verdi) Don Carlo - Rolando Villazon Elizabeth of Valois - Marina Poplavskaya Marquis of Posa - Simon Keenlyside Philip II - Ferrucio Furlanetto Princess Eboli - Sonia Ganassi Grand Inquisitor - Eric Halfvarson Carlos V - Robert Lloyd Orchestra and Chorus of the Royal Opera, Covent Garden Antonio Pappano 3 July 2008
The majestic Grand or Triumphal March followed by one of the sweetest music ever composed, the Dance of the Princesses from the Opera Aida by Giuseppe Verdi. Aida is an opera in four acts by Giuseppe Verdi to an Italian libretto by Antonio Ghislanzoni, based on a scenario written by French Egyptologist Auguste Mariette. Aida was first performed at the Khedivial Opera House in Cairo on 24 December 1871, conducted by Giovanni Bottesini. We're showing some photos from the Opera itself and also several photos of Egypt. Isma'il Pasha, Khedive of Egypt, commissioned Verdi to write the opera for performance in January 1871, paying him 150000 francs, but the premiere was delayed because of the Franco-Prussian War. Contrary to popular belief, the opera was not written to celebrate the opening of the Suez Canal in 1869, nor that of the Khedivial Opera House (which opened with Verdi's Rigoletto) in the same year. Verdi had been asked to compose an ode for the opening of the Canal, but declined on the grounds that he did not write "occasional pieces". 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: MYCHOICE MUSIC VIDEOS mychoicegrech Youtube Channel: www.youtube.com mychoicealfred2 Youtube Channel www.youtube.com mychoicealfred3 Youtube Channel www.youtube.com mychoicealfred4 Youtube Channel www ...
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