Альфред Шнитке - Песня Мери // Alfred Schnittke - Mary's Song
Песня Мери Музыка: Альфред Шнитке. Стихи: Александр Пушкин К/ф Маленькие трагедии. Пир во время чумы. Было время, процветала В мире наша сторона; В воскресение бывала Церковь божия полна; Наших д...
Ksenia Kogan performs Schnittke - Concerto for Piano and Strings
Ksenia Kogan passionately performs Schnittke's Concerto for Piano and Strings. Note that this is a higher quality video (HD) than the (SD) video I uploaded earlier of the performance on my YouTube c...
Mozart Piano Concerto No 23 A major K 488 Radu Lupu, Sándor Végh , Wiener Philamoniker
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Seid Nüchtern und Wachet - Alfred SCHNITTKE: Seid nüchtern und wachet... VII. Es geschah... Альфред Шнитке
Iva Bittova - voice Prague Philharmonic Choir Hradec Kralove Philharmonic Peter Vrabel - conductor Music forum Hradec Kralove 2008 www.hfhk.cz.
Alfred Schnittke - Concerto for Viola and Piano (part 2 - Allegro Molto)
Violist Olga Goija playing Alfred Schnittke, Concerto for Viola and Piano (Dec. 2005) (audio and video a bit out of sync)
Sofia Gubaidulina - Sofia Gubaidulina: Viola Concerto - Yuri Bashmet pt.1
Gubaidulina Viola Concerto (1996/97) Parte 1 de 4 Bashmet (Viola) , Sinfônica de Colônia.
Alfred Schnittke - Concerto for Piano and Strings
Steven Spooner plays Schnittke, Concerto for Piano and Strings, Chamber Orchestra Kremlin, (from North American Tour, 2005)
Alfred Schnittke - Viola Concerto Pt 1 Yuri Bashmet
this was originally uploaded by someone else (I can't remember who), but YT took it down. all credit therefore goes to anonymous.
Alfred Schnittke - Seid nüchtern und wachet... VII. Es geschah...
Iva Bittova - voice Prague Philharmonic Choir Hradec Kralove Philharmonic Peter Vrabel - conductor Music forum Hradec Kralove 2008 www.hfhk.cz.
Alfred Schnittke - Concerto for piano and strings
Alfred Schnittke (1934-1998) Pf: Alexandre Slobodyanik.
Alfred Schnittke - Polyphonischer Tango
Alfred Schnittke: Polyphonischer Tango.
Alfred Schnittke - Concerto for Piano and Strings
Alfred Schnittke: Concerto for Piano and Strings, part 1 Omsk Organ Hall April 9, 2003, Russia Svetlana Ponomarëva Piano Yuri Nikolaevsky Conductor Omsk Cham...
Emil Gilels
A true masterwork. I have seen and heard many recordings of this piece and I must say there are just 2 or 3 of them that I like. And this recording...Don't l...
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