HUNGARIAN DANCE Nº 5 - Brahms MAGYAR TÁNC Nº 5 - Brahms Dança Hungara Nº 5 - Johannes Brahms ENSAIO DE ORQUESTRA Conductor: Milton Isejima City: Sao Paulo Country: Brazil NOTE: The Hungarian Dances (German: Ungarische Tänze) by Johannes Brahms (WoO 1), are a set of 21 lively dance tunes based mostly on Hungarian themes, completed in 1869. They vary from about a minute to four minutes in length. They are among Brahms's most popular works, and were certainly the most profitable for him. Each dance has been arranged for a wide variety of instruments and ensembles. Brahms originally wrote the version for piano four-hands and later arranged the first 10 dances for solo piano. Only numbers 11, 14 and 16 are entirely original compositions. The most famous Hungarian Dance is No. 5 in F♯ minor (G minor in the orchestral version), but even this dance was based on the csárdás by Béla Kéler titled "Bártfai emlék" which Brahms mistakenly thought was a traditional folksong.
WHAT A WONDERFUL WORLD - Instrumental Version Composer by Bob Thiele & George David Weiss Singer: Louis Armstrong Arrangements by Maestro Milton Isejima Performances: Piano, Strings, Violin, Cello, French Horn, Flute, Oboe, Trompete, Alto Sax, Acoustic Nylon Guitar by Maestro Milton Isejima Drums & Bass by Erick Isejima City: Sao Paulo Country: Brazil
ARIOSO - From Cantata No. 156 Conposer by Johann Sebastian Bach (1685 - 1750) Arrangements by Maestro Milton Isejima Performances: Oboé, Trumpet, Cello & Strings by Maestro Milton Isejima Piano, Bass & Drums by Erick Isejima City: Sao Paulo Country: Brazil
NÃO JUDIE DOS ANIMAIS - DO NOT MISTREAT THE ANIMALS Music and Words by Maestro Eduardo Roz 1st Version from Maestro Eduardo Roz 2nd Version - Remix Oboe, Cello, Chorus,Drums & Video Creator by Maestro Milton Isejima Translation from Portuguese into English: Elthon Isejima City: Sao Paulo Country: Brazil NOTE: Esta canção está sendo tema de 27 ONG´s Nacionais e Internacionais de Proteção aos Animais. This song is the theme of 27 NGO's National and International Animal Protection.
BONA - Complete Method for Musical Division in MP-3 SUBDIVISION METHOD & REAL TIME Arranjangements and Performances by Maestro Milton Isejima Mixer, Audio Mastering and Video Maker by Maestro Milton Isejima City: Sao Paulo Country: Brazil Contact: email@example.com
THE WINNER TAKES IT ALL - ABBA SUPER TROUPER ALBUM - 1980 Instrumental Version Legend in Portuguese. Composer by Björn Ulvaeus & Benny Andersson, with Agnetha Fältskog singing the lead vocal. Arrangements by Maestro Milton Isejima Performances: Acoustic Piano, Electric Piano, Acoustic Guitar, Oboe, Hapsichord, Strings, Vocals, Alto Sax & Trumpet by Maestro Milton Isejima. Special Performance: Drums, Percussions & Electric Bass by Erick Isejima. Video Producer, Mixer & Audio Mastering by Maestro Milton Isejima. City: Sao Paulo Country: Brazil NOTE: "The Winner Takes It All" is a song recorded by Swedish pop group ABBA. Released as the first single from the group's Super Trouper album on July 21, 1980, it is a ballad, reflecting the end of a romance. The single's B-side was the non-album track "Elaine". "The Winner Takes It All", originally "The Story of My Life", was written by both Björn Ulvaeus & Benny Andersson, with Agnetha Fältskog singing the lead vocal. The lyrics to the song were thought to mirror the divorce between Ulvaeus and Fältskog in 1979, similar to the song "When All Is Said and Done", which details the divorce between Anni-Frid Lyngstad and Benny Andersson. Ulvaeus denies this, saying the basis of the song "is the experience of a divorce, but it's fiction. There wasn't a winner or a loser in our case. A lot of people think it's straight out of reality, but it's not". American critic Chuck Klosterman, who says "The Winner Takes It All" is "[the only] pop song that examines the self-aware guilt one feels when talking to a person who has humanely obliterated your heart" finds Ulvaeus' denial hard to believe in light of the original title. In a 1999 poll for Channel Five, "The Winner Takes It All" was voted Britain's favourite ABBA song. This feat was replicated in a 2010 poll for ITV. In a 2006 poll for a Channel Five programme, "The Winner Takes It All" was voted "Britain's Favourite Break-Up Song."
Song for Guy Composer by Elton John Arrangements & Performances by Maestro Milton Isejima Music Producer & Video by Maestro Milton Isejima Electric Piano, Acoustic Piano, Strings, Nylon Guitar, Synthesizer, Alto Sax by Maestro Milton Isejima Drum & Bas: Erick Isejima Mixer & Audio Mastering by Maestro Milton Isejima ESTE VIDEO É UMA HOMENAGEM DO MAESTRO MILTON ISEJIMA AO ILUSTRÍSSIMO MAESTRO EDUARDO ROZ. * Compositor da obra "O MENINO DA FLAUTA - Concerto para Flauta", dedicada ao Dr. Genivaldo Batista Leite. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MwHqg8eiCtM
O Menino da Flauta (Concerto para Flauta) Compositor: Maestro Eduardo Roz Composer by Maestro Eduardo Roz Transcriptions, Musical Productions & Video by Maestro Milton Isejima
Edelweiss Soundtrack from movie "The Sound of Music" Music Composer by Richard Rodgers & Oscar Hammerstein II Arrangements, Orchestration & Performances by Milton Isejima Mixer & Audio Mastering by Milton Isejima Musicians: Bass: Erick Isejima Violin: Elthon Isejima Drums, Acoustic Guitar, Rhodes Piano, Oboe, Alto Sax, Trumpet by Milton Isejima City: Sao Paulo Country: Brazil
KOKONI SACHI ARI Japanese traditional song Arrangements & Performances: Milton Isejima Mixer & Audio Mastering: Milton Isejima Musicians: Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Electric Piano, Strings, Harmonica, Trumpet: Milton Isejima Drums & Percussion: Clayton Perez de Lima Bass: Erick Isejima City: Sao Paulo Country: Brazil