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  1. Bruch - Violin Concerto No. 1 in G minor No-one likes a show-off. Well, unless they’re playing the last movement of Bruch’s first violin concerto. As showstoppers go, this one is seriously hard to beat, so it’s no wonder worldwide audiences still go nuts for it.
  2. The GFO regularly performs new compositions, e.g. by composers like Fazil Say, Daniel Schnyder, Dieter Ammann, Isabel Mundry, and Georg Breinschmid. These works include a newly composed piece by Mark-Anthony Turnage: “Dialogue” (), with the soloists Patricia Kopatchinskaja (violin) and Sol Gabetta (cello).
  3. Aug 20,  · Air. View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries Jul, Sticky: The TC 50 Most Recommended Woodwind/Brass Concerti. Started by jhar26, Jul Replies: 0 Views: 24,; Rating0 / 5; Last Post By. jhar View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries.
  4. Air de ballet (Holmès, Augusta Mary Anne) Air de ballet (Varley, Irene) Air lointain (Béon, Alexandre) 4 Airs de Ballet (Drigo, Riccardo) 2 Airs de danse du XVIme. siècle (Weckerlin, Jean-Baptiste) Airs de danse (Castillon, Alexis de) Akademische Ouverture, Op (Rheinberger, Josef Gabriel) Aladdin, Op (Kelley, Edgar Stillman).
  5. Members of the French jazz band the Orchestre National de Jazz. Pages in category "Orchestre National de Jazz members" The following 24 pages are in this category, out of 24 total. This list may not reflect recent changes. B. Claude Barthélemy (musician) Lionel Benhamou; Michel Benita; Flavio Boltro.
  6. Oct 11,  · 26) Mireille Mathieu – “La dernière valse” () Mireille Mathieu was one of the most recognizable French singers in the 60s -and she still is! She has recorded over songs in 11 languages, with more than million albums sold worldwide. This song is the French version of The Last Waltz, and became a hit not only in France, but also in the UK, where Mathieu was invited to sing .
  7. Jazz - Jazz - Orchestral jazz: It was in the s that the first forms of true orchestral jazz were developed, most significantly by Fletcher Henderson and Duke Ellington. Although large aggregations had begun to appear in the late teens, these were dance orchestras playing the popular songs and novelty pieces of the day, with nary a smattering of jazz.
  8. Orchestre National de Jazz, Paris (Paris, France). 4, likes · talking about this. Nouvel ONJ dirigé par le guitariste et compositeur Frédéric Maurin (Mandat Janvier - Décembre ).

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