1. Piano Concerto - A Dj Mix by The Tapestry Weavers

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    Ox Herding in the Digital Age # 1. Piano Concerto - a DJ mix by the Tapestry Weavers A mix utilising piano and keyboard music from various times and places. House, Hip Hop, Techno, Rag-Time, Rock N Roll, Pop, Boogie Woogie, Avant-Garde and Classic Music, are weaved and braided together, to invoke sadness, then laughter and joy in the uplifting finale. Sadness Suite 1. [00:00] Piano Concerto No. 2 (Op. 18) - Moderato - Sergej Vassiljevitsj Rachmaninoff 2. [01:08] Power of Love - Frankie goes to Hollywood (Sample) 3. [01:17] Clubbed to Death - Clubbed to Death 4. [03:31] The Great Gig In The Sky - Pink Floyd 5. [04:38] See You In The Next One (Have A Good Time) - The Verve 6. [05:40] Marche funebre - Lento - Chopin 7. [06:58] Rader Maker - Mogwai 8. [08:22] Love - John Lennon 9. [08:57] Will you still Love me Tomorrow - Roberta Flack 10. [09:32] Ticket to Ride - The Carpenters 11. [10:54] Blue - Joni Mitchell (Sample) 12. [11:01] Belfast - Orbital 13. [12:22] River - Joni Mitchell 14. [13:57] Avril 14th - Aphex Twin 15. [14:49] Piano Phase - Steve Reich 16. [15:50] Building Steam With a Grain of Salt - DJ Shadow 17. [16:36] Surf's Up - Beach Boys 18. [17:02] The Great Gig In The Sky - Pink Floyd (Reprise) Laughter Suite 19. [17:59] I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel To Be Free - Nina Simone 20. [18:30] Linus and Lucy - Vince Guaraldi Trio 21. [19:38] Boogie Woogie - Liberace 22. [21:29] Charleston - James P. Johnstone 23. [22:33] Boogie Woogie Stomp - Albert Ammons And His Rhythm Kings 24. [23:58] Chopsticks - Liberace 25. [25:05] Maple Leaf Rag - Scott Joplin 26. [26:45] Les Dawson (sample) 27. [26:47] Without Me - Eminem 28. [26:50] Black and White Rag (Pot Black Theme Tune) - Winifred Atwell 29. [29:34] La Curcarcha - Liberace 30. [30:17] Gertcha - Chas 'N' Dave 31. [30:46] Rabbit - Chas 'N' Dave 32. [31:05] Les Playing the Piano - Les Dawson 33. [31:31] Boxcar Boogie - Dr. John 34. [32:59] Great Balls of Fire - ELO Joy Suite 35. [34:50] Max - The Future Sound of London 36. [35:57] Loaded - Primal Scream 37. [36:24] Give it Up - Talk Talk 38. [36:48] Key of Life (Piano Dub) - Michelle Wilson 39. [37:37] The Karma Sutra (Richard F. Remix) - Raina featuring J-Me 40. [39:50] Love can't Turn Around - Farley Jackmaster Funk 41. [40:25] Sueno Latino -Sueno Latino 42. [41:20] Junco Partner - James Booker 43. [42:01] Alright - Red Carpet 44. [44:30] How to Save a Life (Robbie Rivera Remix) - The Frey 45. [45:17] You got the Love - The Source featuring Candi Staton 46. [45:35] I found You (Dubfires Summer of Love Remix) - Axwell featuring Max C 47. [45:41] Two can Play that Game (Sample) - Bobby Brown 48. [46:39] That's More Like It - Skylark 49. [47:11] Slipping Away (Axwell Vocal Mix) - Moby 50. [47:59] Nobody does it Better - Carly Simon 51. [48:30] I like it - Freaks Jam 52. [49:27] Chime (Live at V96) - Orbital 53. [50:34] O Happy Day - Spiritualized Visit:- http://www.last.fm/music/The+Tapestry+Weavers

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    • Beethoven Piano Concerto No. 4

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      My performance of Beethoven Piano Concerto No. 4 with the York Symphony Orchestra, Gregory Burton conducting. Recorded on Saturday, February 12, 2011 at Trinity Anglican Church, Aurora, ON, Canada.

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      • Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto No. 2 Cooper Labinger and the West Covina Symphony Orchestra

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        Cooper Labinger performs the Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto No. 2 with the West Covina Symphony Orchestra, Dr. Sylvia Lee Mann, Music Director and Conductor. This performance took place at our Season Opening Concert on November 22nd 2009 at the Radisson Suites Covina Grand Ballroom. Our main camera failed, so this video is from our "Back-up" camera. The angle is not great - not all the musicians can be seen, and this camera was close to the orchestra. But we really want to share this performance - and this amazingly talented young artist. Cooper is 17 at the time of this performance. He is a senior at the Los Angeles County High School for the Arts.

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        • Shihui Yin - Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto No.1

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          00:00 Andante non troppo e molto maestoso 19:46 Andantino semplice 27:13 Allegro con fuoco Performed by Shihui Yin Accompanied by Jianan Xu Recorded in Clonick Hall, Oberlin Conservatory

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          • J Joe Townley: Piano Concerto No. 2 in C Minor Opus 2 (complete score)

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            Ranked No. 27 in the Top Ten Lists of "Greatest Piano Concertos of All Times" 1st Movement (quasi una Fantasia) Intro: 0:02 - Main Theme 0:32 2nd Movement (Scherzo) 8:01 3rd Movement (Valse Triste) 14:35 4th Movement (Finale) 17:54 Listeners' reactions: "...probably one of the best "romantic" piano concertos of the XXIst century..." "...this equals if not beats Saint Saens' G minor Piano Concerto ." "...the [opening] orchestral theme [0:33] sounds absolutely epic. I think this almost reaches the level of Rachmaninoff's Piano Concert No. 2 " " I was blown away by your piano concerto. The composition is brilliant! " " Fantastic ending! " " Love the orchestration and the virtuosic piano passages! " " This ending hits my chills...I cannot really link this to anyone else's style." " Beautiful harmonies...The overall energy of the [last] movement is fantastic!" " I was so enthralled by the opening movement that I just listened to the whole piece at once." " A masterpiece - Rachmaninoff himself couldn't have done it better. " "OMG!!! did you compose this??! It completely amazed me from the first seconds...It's like a Rachmaninoff concerto, but it's still your style, your creation. I loved it. Thank you" "I could listen to it 100 times." "...this sounds simply brilliant. " "...20 seconds in and [I'm] just amazed! Beautiful sir! well done!" "...let me thank you for this piece " " I have to say I love your piano concerto!" " A masterpiece! - beautiful work!" " It's a great concerto. BRAVOOOOOOOOOOO!!! " " Beautiful!! Bravissimo!! " " Your concerto is awesome!! "...let me thank you for this piece. " " Beautiful day to you all my friends! With the cold comes and settles we will be able to listen to music longer. I share with you today a beautiful piano concerto, a contemporary musician, jjoe Townley. Good listening to this magnificent work so! (The Piano Concerto No. 1 is available on the google page ....)." 2-piano 4-hand score of the 1st Mov. at http://www.scribd.com/doc/200537397/Piano-Concerto-No-2-in-C-Minor-Opus-2-2-Piano-1st-Mov 2-piano/4-hand score of 4th Movement at http://www.scribd.com/doc/235124372/J-Joe-Townley-Piano-Concerto-No-2-in-C-Minor-Op-2-4th-Mov-Concert-Revision I wrote two piano concertos in 2011 and 2013 to fulfill a promise I made to myself as a young piano student that I would write a piano concerto and then premiere it much in the same way Rachmaninoff did with his 2nd, my intention being to launch a career as a composer, pianist, & conductor. Well, fate had other plans---a severe finger injury grounded me as a pianist at 19 and I never wrote that concerto. Instead, I entered the business world. The dream eventually faded, though it apparently had been lying dormant somewhere underneath my psyche in the intervening decades. In the meantime, to keep my music skills alive and because I enjoyed it immensely I read orchestral scores as leisure reading--analyzing how great composers achieved the sounds they were after; the different combinations of instruments they used. Then one day a few years ago an innocuous tune just popped into my mind. The old dream bubbling beneath my consciousness suddenly surfaced and I finally committed myself to writing that piano concerto, which became the No.1 in F# Minor Opus 1 (also here on YouTube), not having any formal training in orchestration except what I had gleaned from reading orchestral scores in the intervening years. Later, on reflection, I came to realize that the Concerto No. 1 wasn't the concerto I had always dreamed of writing. A second one followed in 2013, the one you're listening to, Opus 2, which is that concerto. The sound quality in this newly edited version is poor owing to degeneration of audio in any screen-capture program. A very good quality audio can be found at: https://soundcloud.com/joe-townley/j-joe-townley-piano-concerto-no-2-in-c-minor-opus-2

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            • Lang Lang - Prokofiev Piano Concerto No.3

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              Lang Lang

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              • Simona Strungaru - Serghei Prokofiev - Piano Concerto nr.3 op.26, C Major

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                Simona Strungaru & Academica Orchestra, conductor Dumitru Goia

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                • J Joe Townley: Piano Concerto No 2 in C Minor Opus 2--Audio Only

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                  RANKED No. 27 IN THE TOP TEN LISTS OF "GREATEST PIANO CONCERTOS OF ALL TIMES". "...this equals if not beats Saint Saens piano concerto in G minor." "...probably one of the best "romantic" piano concertos of the XXIst century..." "...the [opening] orchestral theme sounds absolutely epic. I think this almost reaches the level of Rachmaninoff's Piano Concert No. 2 " " I was blown away by your piano concerto. The composition is brilliant! " " Fantastic ending! " " This ending hits my chills...I cannot really link this to anyone else's style." " Love the orchestration and the virtuosic piano passages! " " Beautiful harmonies...The overall energy of the [last] movement is fantastic!" " I was so enthralled by the opening movement that I just listened to the whole piece at once." " A masterpiece - Rachmaninoff himself couldn't have done it better. " "OMG!!! did you compose this??! It completely amazed me from the first seconds. It's like a Rachmaninoff concerto, but it's still your style, your creation. I loved it. Thank you" "I could listen to it 100 times." "...this sounds simply brilliant. " "...20 seconds in and [I'm] just amazed! Beautiful sir! well done!" "...let me thank you for this piece " " I have to say I love your piano concerto!" " A masterpiece! - beautiful work!" " It's a great concerto. BRAVOOOOOOOOOOO!!! " " Beautiful!! Bravissimo!! " " Your concerto is awesome!! " " This is really awesome! " " Wow!! Just Wow!! Two thumbs up!! " "...let me thank you for this piece. " " +4 I love the orchestration and the virtuosic piano passages. " " Belle journée à vous tous mes amis ! Avec ce froid qui arrive et s'install Listen to the entire Piano Concerto No 2 in C Minor Opus 2 with full orchestral score here: https://vimeo.com/76201572 2-piano 4-hand score of the first movement, Quasi Una Fantasia at http://www.scribd.com/doc/200537397/P... under it's former title, "Concerto Appassionata" 2-piano/4-hand score of 4th Movement at http://www.scribd.com/doc/235124372/J-Joe-Townley-Piano-Concerto-No-2-in-C-Minor-Op-2-4th-Mov-Concert-Revision 1st Movement (quasi una Fantasia) Intro: 0:08 - Main Theme 0:38 2nd Movement (Scherzo) 8:00 3rd Movement (Valse Triste) 13:10 4th Movement (Finale) 16:25 Website with more videos at: http://www.youtube.com/user/JoeTownley I wrote two piano concertos in 2011 and 2013 to fulfill a promise I made to myself as a young piano student that I would write a piano concerto and then premiere it much in the same way Rachmaninoff did with his 2nd, my intention being to launch a career as a composer, pianist, & conductor. Well, fate had other plans---a severe finger injury grounded me as a pianist at 19 and I never wrote that concerto. Instead, I entered the business world for number of years. The dream eventually faded, though it apparently had been lying dormant somewhere underneath my psyche in the intervening decades. In the meantime, to keep my music skills alive and because I enjoyed it immensely I read orchestral scores as leisure reading--analyzing how great composers achieved the sounds they were after; the different combinations of instruments they used. Then one day a few years ago an innocuous tune just popped into my mind. The old dream bubbling beneath the surface of my consciousness suddenly surfaced and I finally committed myself to writing that piano concerto, which became the No.1 in F# Minor Opus 1, not having any formal training in orchestration except what I had gleaned from reading orchestral scores in the intervening years. Later, on reflection, I came to realize that the Concerto No.1 wasn't the concerto I had always wanted to write. A second one followed in 2013, the one you are listening to, which is that concerto.

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                  • Prokofiev Piano Concerto No. 3 in C Major; Yuja Wang, Claudio Abbado

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                    Prokofiev Piano Concerto No. 3 in C Major Soloist: Yuja Wang Conductor: Claudio Abbado

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