1. Edvard Grieg | "Ballad" Op. 65 No. 5 from "Lyric pieces" (by Vadim Chaimovich)

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    Edvard Grieg (1843 - 1907) | "Ballad" Op. 65 No. 5 Piano: Vadim Chaimovich

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    • Nacht, ballet from Ricardo Fernando

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      Nacht Choreography Ricardo Fernando Music: Bernardo Sasseti, Max Richter, Ólafur Arnalds, Push, Biosphera Bühne: Peer Palmoswski Costume: Heiko Mönnisch balletthagen 2013

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      • Heart for Children - ein kurzer Überblick

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        http://www.heart4children.org/ Heart for Children ist eine christliche Organisation, die im Osten Ugandas ein zu Hause und eine Schule für Waisenkinder baut und betreibt. Ihr Ziel ist es den Kindern, neben einer guten schulischen Ausbildung, Liebe, Zuneigung und christliche Werte zu vermitteln. Sie glauben, dass Jesus uns alle berufen hat, ein Segen für unsere Gesellschaft zu sein. http://ugandas-children-film.de Directors: Eva Roos & Felix Golenko Editor: Felix Golenko Camera: Felix Golenko Interviewer: Eva Roos Music: Daniel Kahlhöfer Piano, guitars, bass: Daniel Kahlhöfer Violin: Johanna Marie Haller Cello: Anna Ströhle Drums: Jörg Kahlhöfer Voice actor: Cor Koelewijn: Jochen Geck Voice actor: Racheal Alota: Katharina Abler Voice actor: Grace Koelewijn: Katharina Schantz Support: Johannes Blaich Mixed by: Daniel Kahlhöfer Recorded and mixed at: cvmusic film/ton Translation: Katharina Schantz Founding: Eva Roos & Felix Golenko Heart4Children Germany Anton & Darinka Josipovic Mama Natascha Dr. Bärbel Geisler Big thanks to: Jakobus Richter Christian Vaida dreisam3 Freiburg Uwe Nüssle all our supporters on startnext.de and Facebook and above all: Jesus

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        • Argumentationshilfe bei Scheingerichte in der BRvD - Tiks erklärt

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          Veröffentlicht am 16.11.2012 Tiks YT-Account: http://www.youtube.com/user/Tikslbg Weite Videos zu dem Thema in: Täuschland! Alles nur ein Geschäft? https://vimeo.com/channels/taeuschland

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          • Dialog2 _ Warum [nicht] zu Pegida gehen?

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            Veranstaltungsmitschnitt Stadtmuseum Version [100min]

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            • Edvard Grieg | "Arietta" Op. 12 No. 1 from "Lyric pieces" (by Vadim Chaimovich)

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              Edvard Grieg | "Arietta" Op. 12 No. 1 from "Lyric pieces" by Vadim Chaimovich

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              • Warum (nicht) zu Pegida gehen?

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                Wir müssen reden. Die Sächsische Landeszentrale für politische Bildung versucht, was im Rahmen der Ereignisse um Pegida öffentlich bisher kaum gelungen ist: eine Plattform für eine offene, respektvolle Diskussion zu bieten. Mit Befürwortern und Gegnern der Bewegung. OT: Frank Richter, Leiter Landeszentrale für politische Bildung OT: Werner J. Patzelt, Politikwissenschaftler Direktor Frank Richter, hatte zum öffentlichen Dialog und fairem Diskurs "Pro und Contra PEGIDA" aufgerufen. "Man muss den Bürgern respektvoll zuhören, so schwierig es auch sein mag, und ja, wir haben es hier offensichtlich mit einem Problemstau zu tun". Moderiert vom Direktor Frank Richter, gelang der Dialog nach dem so genannten Aquarium-Prinzip. Reden kann, wer mag und was er mag. Je vier Freiwillige nahmen an einem Tisch in der Mitte des Raumes Platz und äußerten sich zur Frage: Warum oder Warum nicht zu Pegida gehen? Thematisch ging es um Fehler in der Zuwanderungspolitik, um mangelnde Repräsentation und um die schlechte Kommunikation politischer Entscheidungen. Mit dabei offene Bekenntnisse von Teilnehmern von Pegida-Demos und auch die Presse wird kritisch bewertet.

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                • Richter Gedeon - Hazai szakértelem

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                  A Richter Gedeon Nyrt. "Hazai szakértelem" munkacímű image kampányának TV Spotja

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                  • El Corpus en Sevilla (Suite Iberia), Isaac Albéniz, Félix Ardanaz

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                    FÉLIX ARDANAZ: www.felixardanaz.com Having garnered international prizes and performed to great acclaim on many of the world’s most important stages (Carnegie Hall, Wigmore Hall, Palau de la Música, Salle Pleyel, Salle Cortot, Unesco, Euskalduna, Kursaal, Caixa Forum, Auditorium Príncipe Felipe, etc.), Spanish pianist and conductor Félix Ardanaz (25) has become one of the most sought-after musicians in his home country and abroad. In May 2014, he obtained the first prize at the “Brahdshaw and Buono Piano Competition” in New York and consequently offered a solo recital in the Carnegie Hall. In July 2013, at the Great International Piano Competition in France, Ardanaz was awarded (by unanimous vote) the First Prize as well as the Audience Prize. Previously, he won first prizes at the following international competitions: Paris-Ile de France (First Prize, by unanimous decision, in 2011 and 2012), Barcelona (Eugènia Verdet), the Rome Award and Val Tidone. Ardanaz was also presented with the Critics Award in 2012 for his piano recital at the Palau de la Musica Concert Hall in Barcelona. For many years, Ardanaz has pursued a dual career as a concert pianist and as an orchestral conductor. In addition to numerous solo piano recitals across Europe, he has collaborated with a number of national orchestras in Spain, including the Basque National Orchestra, Bilbao, Asturias, Extremadura, and La Rioja orchestras. In November of 2007, he appeared as the soloist, under the baton of José Luis Estellés, in the world premiere (and subsequent recording for the Musikene label) of Charles Bordes's “Rhapsodie basque pour piano et orchestra,” a new work inspired by popular Basque folk melodies. These and other performances have been broadcast on Radio France, RNE (Spanish National Radio), and Catalunya Clásica (the Catalan Radio). Recent engagements include the performance as soloist in the Piano Concerto nº1 by Tchaikovsky with the Basque National Orchestra as well as an appearance at the Wigmore Hall in London and Carnegie Hall in New York. In 2009, Ardanaz recorded his first solo CD, “Hymn to Light”, with the label Verso, one of Spain’s most important recording companies in the field of classical music. This project included works by Scarlatti, Beethoven, Brahms, Chopin, Liszt, Ravel and Albéniz. Two new albums were recently released through the label “Orpheus”: an all-Liszt CD, which included the titanic Sonata in B minor, Mazeppa and Mephisto Waltz; and another CD dedicated to the French Harpsichord School, with pieces by Couperin, Rameau, Forqueray, De la Guerre and Marchand. Education Ardanaz began his musical studies in Spain with Elvira Guarás and Begoña Axpe. Further studies at the Higher School of Music of the Basque Country consisted of lessons with Gustavo Díaz Jerez (piano), Enrique García-Asensio, and Manel Valdivieso (conducting). He took specialized courses in contemporary piano music with Daniel del Pino and harpsichord with Loreto Fernández Imaz. A passion for romantic music, and especially for Chopin, brought Ardanaz to the Fryderyk Chopin University of Music in Warsaw, where he studied with Jerzy Sterczynski (piano), Kristina Makowska (chamber music), and Tomasz Bugaj (orchestral conducting). Next, he continued in Paris, at the “École Normale de Musique Alfred Cortot de Paris” where his mentors included pianists Bruno Rigutto, Guigla Katsarava and Loudmila Berlinskaia. The educational chapter of his life concluded at the Royal Academy of Music in London where he eared a Masters Degree under the guidance of Pascal Nemirovski. He has attended many masterclasses with distinguished pianists and pedagogues: Brigitte Engerer, Jean-Fraçois Heisser, Michel Béroff, Joaquín Soriano, Josep Colom, Guillermo González, Solomon Mikowsky, Michel Dalberto, Prisca Benoît, Denis Pascal, Cristopher Elton, Norma Fischer, Marina Pintos, and Maciej Pikuslki. One of the greatest highlights of Ardanaz's career was the privilege to study with Alicia de Larrocha (considered by many to have been the greatest Spanish pianist), making Mr. Ardanaz one of her last pupils.

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                    • WeAre Team – Tom Richter Welcome Clip

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                      Tom is a professional wakeboarder from Hamburg. He is known for a smooth style as well as a very competitive rider. During his career of 12 years he took part in several competitions and events all over the world. This year he hooked up with the crew from WeAre, which is a fast growing webshop for boardsports and fashion also from Hamburg. From now on Tom will be the representative of WeAre’s wakeboard activities and he will also spread the word about the www.weare.de crew! This video is about Tom, wakeboarding and giving you a feeling what it feels like to hit a cablepark and take some laps on the water. Wakeboarding is for everybody, so grab a board and get out there! https://www.facebook.com/tomrichterwake https://www.facebook.com/weare.de http://instagram.com/weare_shop https://twitter.com/weareShop www.weare.de Music: soundcloud.com/drtytech camera/edit: Max Ebert

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