His Holiness Sri Ganapathy Sachchidananda Swamiji gave an improvisational piano concert on 13th February 2010 in the wonderful Nada Mantapa auditorium in Avadhoota Datta Peetham, Mysore. Sri Swamiji's unique play of his signature movements on the D model grand concert piano from the legendary piano makers, Steinway and Sons brought a new dimension to Piano music. Music vibrations enveloped Nada Mantapa that evening and drenched the audience. The mellow and sweet notes emanating from the brand new piano was a musical treat. We present a selection of the live video recording of the concert that evening. http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/the-grand-piano-concert/id508528940?i=508528941&ign-mpt=uo%3D4+ More details
Nominated for an Emmy at the 2013 50th Annual Emmy Awards! I wanted to take the prim and proper concert piano and pianists straight off the stage and throw them into the dusty, scary, grimy mess of the factory where these majestic black creatures are born. I have always wanted to make a video with a piano in it and finally got the chance to make this quick little video! I have always been mesmerized by pianos, even just the look of them. They have always had an ominous quality to them. Their shiny, black skin, and volcanic vibrations inside. I wanted to show the piano the way I saw them...as passionate, living beings that suck the creative life out of anyone who touches them and feeds it into the ears of the listener. Steinway let my cinematographer (Nathan Miller) and I into their factory to run around and shoot with some of their brand new crazy expensive pianos. It was a dream come true! They don't let filmmakers or photographers in very often, so I am very grateful that they let us do the things I did inside there!! Haha! And to work with the pianists, having fun experimenting on this was one of the best times I've had this year. I almost got heat stroke, I sprained my ankle, and almost died from the fumes in the factory, but I (we) survived it! And thank you, Clay, for enduring the craziness! Director, editor, sound design (Sony Vegas): Matthew Brown Cinematographer (Canon 7D and HV40): Nathan Miller (http://www.nathanmmiller.com) Piano Track Engineer: Steven Epstein Music by FRANZ SCHUBERT Arrangement for piano/four-hands by ANDERSON & ROE Performed by the ANDERSON & ROE PIANO DUO (http://www.andersonroe.com) Production Assistants: Greg Anderson Clay Doggett Anthony Gilroy Elizabeth Joy Roe Special thanks to: Steinway & Sons the Yale School of Music And HUGE thank you to the pianists for letting me beat them up, soak them, cover them in paint, and make them play their fingers off! You are two extremely talented people! WOW. BEHIND THE SCENES of the shoot...random fun moments, hehe... http://tinyurl.com/3nxq5x6+ More details
Nine Inch Nails performing "Burn" live from the stage at Festival Hall, Melbourne, Australia, 2.25.09. Filmed by Rob Sheridan with the Canon 5D Mark II. Audio mix by Blumpy.+ More details
Nine Inch Nails performs "1,000,000" live at the Soundwave Festival in Sydney, Australia, February 22, 2009. Filmed by Rob Sheridan with the Canon 5D Mark II. Audio mix by Blumpy.+ More details
Nine Inch Nails performs "The Fragile" live at the Soundwave Festival in Adelaide, Australia on February 28th 2009. Filmed by Rob Sheridan on the Canon 5D Mark II. Audio mix by Blumpy.+ More details
Nine Inch Nails are joined by Ben & Greg from The Dillinger Escape Plan for a performance of "Wish," live in Adelaide, Australia, February 28th, 2009. Filmed by Rob Sheridan with the Canon 5d Mark II. Audio mix by Blumpy.+ More details
All of The Dillinger Escape Plan joins Nine Inch Nails on stage for a show-closing performance of "Wish," live at the Soundwave Festival in Perth, Australia on March 2nd, 2008. Filmed by Rob Sheridan with the Canon 5D Mark II. Audio mix by Blumpy.+ More details
Check out my latest travel film - https://vimeo.com/85152594 Experiences of the final moments from a perfect year. Summer fun with friends and family. Shot in Melbourne ////////////////////////////////// MUSIC Ben Howard - Old Pine (Peking Duk Remix) https://soundcloud.com/peking-duk ////////////////////////////////// | Handheld | Canon 5D3 | Canon 50mm 1.2 (accounts for 80% of shots) | Canon 24-70mm 2.8 | Canon 28mm 1.8 | Shot at 50fps | Graded in Lightroom 4 with VSCO Film | Cut in FCPX | https://www.facebook.com/ChrisArnoldMedia | http://chrisarnold.com.au © 2013 Chris Arnold Media+ More details
Alessio Nanni, italian classical pianist, performs the Nocturne in c sharp minor by Fryderyk Chopin Recorded on april 29th 2010, Palazzo Pitti, Florence Piano: Steinway & Sons mod. B www.alessionanni.com ©WHITE NOISE FACTORY | All Right Reserved+ More details
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