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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Take a look at Arkady Chubrik’s arrangement: John Current works in progress: The finest we have had in years. It seems to belong to another century. Thank you for sharing that. 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!

Upon looking at the written page, I see that it is in a fiorentiino key as well. He was born in Naples inand at the age of eleven went to study at the Conservatory San Pietro a Majella with a stipend from the Italian Ministry of Education, in recognition of his talent. On his return to the concert platform he learned, to his dismay, that he had been largely fiorengino. I was trying to guess the pianist.

It was sadly cut short by his sudden death on 22 Augustaged seventy. It is not as long as your Fiorentino transcription, yet still beautiful. Yeah, I found that book that the Anna Moffo story comes from definitely worth reading. Hi Apple, Do you have a local music store? Oh, a very vocallise thanks for posting the link to that theremin version of Vocalise.

Here is Emil Gilels playing Alan Richardson’s transcription.

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Yet the movie is too spirited to be glum, too enchanted with the nonverbal poetry of everyday behavior. The orchestral was particularly beautiful. For the first chord in measure 8, he uses E-B-D in the left hand. Under the least romantic of circumstances, he meets a Polish widow Maja Komorowska who paints, bakes pastries, cares for her invalid mother and is equally haunted by the past. Their budding love affair is plagued by awkward moments and misunderstandings when he first visits her, he barely escapes the clutches of the prostitute next doorand it is constantly interrupted by remnants of the war – the horrific discovery of a mass grave, a cow hitting a land mine, his memories of life in a German prison camp, the concentration-camp number tatooed on the prostitute’s arm.


Vocalise, Op. 34, No. 14

Current works in progress: But it is the one I have learned and love. The book was an interesting read.

Despite each Prelude’s brevity, in his hands they stand alone, individually characterized. AdminGlobal ModMod. His sonatas can stand side by side with the best recordings of these works by the likes of Lugansky, Ashkenazy and Horowitz 2nd Sonata.

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Thanks for the link. AdminGlobal FiorentinkMod. I hope she posts more videos of her piano performances on YouTube, and I hope to be able to attend a recital of hers the next time she comes to California. He liked the way the Russian’s music was ‘laid out fantastically for the piano’.

Hope others get inspired to play it. The ravaged look on his face tells you he can’t let go of what he experienced during the war and that he’s looking for some form of emotional rescue. Movie and piano recording by Jitin.

Then one day, I heard Vocalise, and I said to myself – this is it – the dream was no dream, it was a real experience, and, this is the melody! I love this piece too though your fjorentino is way beyond me at the moment. Tasteful interpretation by amateur David Hibbard although still a little rushed for me: Unfortunately, there is only one Scriabin work listed and absolutely no Shostakovich whatsover.


Movie and piano recording by Jitin. Please Support Our Advertisers. Mel, that one sounds similar except for the third section. You can hear Arkady Chubrik’s transcription and download a pdf of it on his web site: Fiorentuno keep the forums up and running with a donationany amount is appreciated!

I had not heard of him before. A dinner scene in which Komorowska drags out a Polish-English dictionary, the absurdly rude first meeting of the lovers, the lovers’ comic triumph over unhelpful translators – each moment is so beautifully played that the actors seem to have been instantly typecast. Probably the most recent transcription of “Vocalise”, Op. Nice touch, nice interpretation. I particularly like the Sergio Fiorentino piano transcription – a stunningly beautiful piece of music by a wonderful pianist.

New Topics – Multiple Forums. Once I was in my car, turned on the FM, and fjorentino had just started. Quote Originally posted by dannylux: By the way, are you aware that Rachmaninoff wrote his own transcription of Vocalise? This is one beautiful piece. Here is another interesting performance I found this morning. You can also use this FreeFind but it is not so comprehensive.

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