Chopin - Etude Op. 10 No. 12 Revolutionary (Kissin)
Frédéric Chopin - Étude Op. 10 No. 12 in C minor, Revolutionary Étude Piano: Evgeny Kissin
George Orwell and 1984: How Freedom Dies
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Frederic Chopin - Nocturne Op. 55 No. 1 in F minor by Lola Astanova
Simplicity is the highest goal, achievable when you have overcome all difficulties - Frederic Chopin One of my favorites . Nocturne Op. 55 No. 1 in F minor
Art of Pleasure is a Serious Business
At Versailles from the moment of her arrival King Louis XV's mistress Madame du Pompadour directed and inspired everyone. Untiring in her efforts and quest for perfection the arts in France reached a ...
Georgijs Osokins – Variations in A major 'Souvenir de Paganini'
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How Did The Republican And Democratic Parties Get Their Animal Symbols?
The Democratic Party’s donkey and the Republican Party’s elephant have been on the political scene since the 19th century. The origins of the Democratic donkey can be traced to the 1828 presidential c...
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BRUCE LI - HO CHUNG TAO FULL INTERVIEW - HD
Interview with Ho Chung Tao aka Bruce Li.
Karol Szymanowski - Hamelin recital at Kioi Hall, Tokyo
The second half of Marc-André Hamelin's piano recital at Kioi Hall, Tokyo, Japan in 2002, consisting of works by Karol Szymanowski. The program: Karol Szyman...
Luigi Boccherini - Fandango Castanets
The Carmina Quartet (Matthias Enderle, violin 1, Susanne Frank, violin 2, Wendy Champney, viola & Stephan Goerner, violoncello) plays the fourth movement (F...
Luigi Boccherini - Fandango (2vl, va, 2vc)
live at the 4th Zagreb International Chamber Music Festival Luigi Boccherini: Quintet no. 4 in D major, for 2 violins, viola and 2 cellos „Fandango - mov. 4:...
Frédéric Chopin - La Jolla Music Society SummerFest 2010
Presented as part of La Jolla Music Society's yearlong Chopin Bicentennial Celebration, this program highlights Chopin's significant contributions to the cha...
Frédéric Chopin - The Women Behind The Music
Fascinating documentary about Frédéric Chopin's life and the women behind his music. (BBC)
Aubrey Beardsley
A tribute to Beardsley including some of his most famous drawings as well as a piano piece I wrote that reminded me of Beardsley's atmosphere.
Martins Pena
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Nineteen Eighty-Four
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Luigi Boccherini - Fandango
The Grave assai / Fandango from Boccherini's 4th Guitar Quintet, performed by Dejan Ivanovic and Quarteto Lyra at the opening of their concert 'De Fandango a...
Snoozer Quinn
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Albert Samain
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Edmund Morel (railway engineer)
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Kalki Krishnamurthy
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Luigi Boccherini - Cello Concerto B flat Major (2)
Stéphane (13 years old) plays the 2nd Movement of Luigi Boccherini's Cello Concerto in B flat Major, G.482 with I Musici de Montréal Chamber Orchestra led by...
Harry Clarke
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The son of a cr...
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Pakistan Movement
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Clarence King
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