Various - Violin Connection mp3 album
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Album · 2004 · 7 Songs. Violin Concerto In D Major, Op. 35: II. Canzonetta: Andante. Alfred Wallenstein, Itzhak Perlman & London Symphony Orchestra. 3.
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Sheet Music - £1. 0 - The second of two collections that give young students and teachers a rich selection of recital pieces, either to complement the Sassmannshaus Early Start on the Violin method or to play independently from i. 13 Recital Pieces in First Position for Violin and Piano or Two Violins. Enlarge cover View sample. More by this composer. Violin Recital Album, First Position, Vol. 2. Department: Strings - Violin. Instrumentation: Violin.
Violin sounds and techniques. ogg (Ogg Vorbis sound file, length 54 s, 85 kbps). Information from its description page there is shown below. English: The sounds of various violin techniques as recorded by an audio-technica ATR 20 microphone. The open G, D, A, and E strings played arco, with the bow. The open G, D, A, and E strings played pizzicato, without the bow.
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|1||–Pierre Blanchard||When Slides Are Slow
Keyboards – Mathias Pizarro*Programmed By [Synthesizer Programmng] – Pierre ComblatViolin, Voice, Written-By – Pierre Blanchard
|2||–Ulli Bartel||32 Rocks
Bass Guitar – Guilherme CastroDrums, Percussion – Zam JohnsonPiano, Synthesizer – Lito TaboraRecorded By – Otto Schoenthaler*Violin, Written-By – Ulli Bartel
|3||–Jean-Luc Pino||From El Bario
Bass [Fretless] – Xavier RozencwajgDrums, Producer – Yves TeslarEngineer [Recording Engineer] – J.L. Witas*Organ [Hammond], Synthesizer, Producer – Emmanuel BexPercussion – Charly LabinskyViolin, Producer, Written-By – Jean-Luc Pino
Band – NDR-Studio-Band*Conductor – Bora Rokovic*Drums – Peter GigerRecorded By – Nordeutscher Rundfunk (Hamburg)*Vibraphone – Wolfgang SchlüterViolin, Written-By – Wolfgang Kliegel
Engineer [Recording Engineer] – Jean Luc Fauvel*Guest, Bass – François MechaliGuest, Drums – Peter GritzGuest, Piano – Yochk'o SefferViolin, Written-By – Debora Seffer
Drums – Jens AhlersElectric Bass – David JehnGrand Piano [Acoustic] – Jan ChristophViolin [Acoustic], Written-By – Thomas Proff
|7||–Patrick Tilleman*||The Legend Of The Red Bird
Drums – Jean Luc Ditsch*Electric Bass [Fretless] – Emmanuel BinetElectric Guitar, Arranged By – Bertrand BinetEngineer [Recording Engineer] – Julien JaunyViolin [Electric And Electric Tenor] – Patrick Tilleman*Written-By – B.Binet*, P.Tilleman*
Engineer [Recording Engineer] – A. Silber*Violin, Soloist [First], Written-By – Mic OechsnerViolin, Soloist [Second] – Gerd Putscheff
|9||–Nathalie Basset||Secret Identity
Electric Bass – Francis MozeEngineer [Recording Engineer] – Christophe Dejean*Keyboards, Drums, Written-By – Michel AltmayerViolin [Alto] – Nathalie Basset
Band – The Open Case TrioBass – Rainer FrankEngineer [Recording Engineer] – Hajo Wampel*Guitar, Arranged By [Guitar Arrangements] – Werner AckerViolin [Acoustic], Written-By – Matthias Buck
Bass – Claude TchamitchianDrums – Jean Pierre Jullian*Guitar – Remy Charmasson*Piano – Stephan OlivaViolin, Written-By – Christian Zagaria
|12||–Jörg Widmoser||Air And Gin
Bass – Thomas StabenowDrums – Harold Rüschenbaum*Piano – Steve RudolphViolin, Written-By – Jörg Widmoser
- Mastered At – Dyam
- Manufactured By – Tecval Memories SA
- Recorded At – Studio J.L. Witas
- Recorded By – Norddeutscher Rundfunk
- Recorded At – Studio TVI
- Recorded At – Studio J.J.S.
- Recorded At – Downtown Studios, Munich
- Recorded At – Studio Armada
- Recorded At – L'Espace Caillou
- Recorded By – Phonothèque Régionale Languedoc-Roussillon
- Recorded At – Musikhochschule München
- Cover, Design [Front Cover Design] – Eugen Schies
- Cover, Painting [Back Cover Painting] – Thierry Moreau
- Executive-Producer – Alain Juliac, Eugen Schies
- Photography By [Debora Seffer Photo] – Jean-Michel Oribes
- Photography By [Patrick Tilleman Photo] – Michel Rivolier
- Photography By [Pierre Blanchard Photo] – Zephyra
- Photography By [Ulli Bartel Photo] – Wolfgang Frankenstein
- Producer – Musea
Notes1 - Recorded in Paris, summer 1988
2 - Recorded in Berlin on November 8th 1988
3 - Recorded on November 9th and 10th 1988 at J.L. Witas studio (Chaville). Edition Witas Studio
4 - Recorded in 1977 by the Nordeutscher Rundfunk (Hamburg)
5 - Recorded on October 20 th 1988 at TVI studio (Paris)
6 - Recorded in 1988
7 - Recorded on October 19 th 1988 at JJS Productions Studio (Le Vesinet)
8 - Recorded on October 22nd 1988 at Downtown Studio (Munich)
9 - Recorded on October 31st and November 1st and 2nd 1988 at Armada studio (Paris). Production : Baal Productions
10 - Recorded on October 28th 1988 in Uhingen. "Goodshoes" is dedicated to V. Ceccaldi
11 - Recorded on January 4th 1989 at l'Espace Caillou (Roquefort Les Corbières) by La Phonothèque Régionale Langedoc-Roussillon
12 - Recorded on January 27th 1988 in Munich University
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