Check out Vocalise (Transcriped by Sergio Fiorentino) by Sergio Fiorentino on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD’s and MP3s now on. Lyrics to ‘Vocalise, Op. 34, No. 14’ by Sergio Fiorentino. Vocalise – Transcriped by Sergio Fiorentino. By Sergei Rachmaninoff, Sergio Fiorentino. • 1 song, Play on Spotify. 1. Vocalise – Transcriped by Sergio.
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MP11SE Modifications by dmd. I love this piece too though your version is way beyond me at the moment. It is not as long as your Fiorentino fiorengino, yet still beautiful. Better to learn an easier version rather than no version at all, right?
Vocalise – Transcriped by Sergio Fiorentino
I have a memory – very distant, vague, confused – of a dream in which I was driving along in my car, listening to the radio, and they were playing a lyrical, meandering melody that was so beautiful and so overpowering that I was totally overwhelmed by it.
The main differences that I note between the Schultz and the Chubrik transcription is that Schultz often gives RH octaves to the melody notes, Chubrik’s texture is slightly denser; Schultz’ version is in C minor and Chubriks is in E minor. If you like the sound of the theremin, I think you would appreciate the sound of the Vietnamese monochord called the dan bau wouldn’t it be fun to hear Vocalise performed on that instrument! A year after he made his Carnegie Hall debut inhe was severely injured in a plane accident and, as a result, had to curtail his performing career.
But I guess no one’s perfect. The piece IS available, but it is NOT listed in their catalog of “best-selling and selected” publications. David Hibbard plays it okay, too fast and too loud in some plays. Retrieved 2 April Later, I heard Bachianas Brasilieras Number 5, and thought – oh no, this is the melody, not Vocalise!
If you’re looking for a good orchestral recording of No. His music is so much darker and deeper than my shallow cheerful personality.
One is by Borodin and the other by Richardson. Also, it might interest you to know that Rachmaninoff transcribed two other songs for piano, “Lilacs”, Op. Most Online 15, Mar 21st, I would still like to hear more intensity in the interpretation, such as the way Anna Ffiorentino sings it.
Subscribe Piano World PianoSupplies. Written and directed by Krzysztof Zanussi. Originally posted by LaValse: Maybe it’s in Piano Concerto 3 – which I don’t have a copy of but could get.
I had not heard of him before. A few that I know are learning it. All-Night Vigil Liturgy of St. Retrieved September 15, Or by becoming a Subscribing member! I hope to hear your final recording, soon. Does anyone know how I can find this bit of music. I see Russian written on the fiorentiho so you might try a Russian site for a copy. Thank you for sharing that.
Click on the eighth note to download the score, and the red curved arrow for the mp3. You give because you love and cannot help giving. I’ve kept the RH free to sing out the melody He achieves the necessary contrasts between grandeur and intimacy.
You give because you love and cannot help giving. AdminGlobal ModMod. He was devoid of an ego and radiated an inner spirituality and calmness. Quote Originally posted by Emanuel Ravelli: The arrangement I vocailse Borodin is a little different than that presented above. Thank you for sharing.
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fiorenitno I wonder if I was the only one wondering how Alexander Borodin could have transcribed a piece that was written 25 years after his death. What finally gives it its life is Zanussi’s understated, human-scale sense of humor, particularly his emphasis on momentary embarrassments and the revealing ways in which people handle them.
Given your recital performances, I can think of no one who could do a better job of coaxing the hauntingly beautiful melodies from this work than you. I certainly am rooting for you to get this piece under your fingers.