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This guy is playing a glass harp. Most of you may have seen on movies. This was the first time, I have seen a glass harp in real. Glass Harp works on basic principles of sound waves and its wavelength variations...
2 Apr 2007
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Dance of the sugar plum fairy from the Nutcracker suit by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky played on glass harp by Robert Tiso.
16 May 2009
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Toccata and fugue in D minor by J. S. Bachplayed on glass harp (musical glasses) by Robert Tiso
14 May 2009
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Although this is "just a commercial", what you see and hear in the video is real. The guy you see is Petr Spatina and he makes music with 597 schott zwiesel crystal glasses. *******
28 Feb 2010
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Für Elise by Ludwig Van Beethoven played on glass harp by Robert Tiso グラスハープ New Album "CRYSTAL SOUND" is now available. For info visit *******www.cdbaby****/cd/roberttiso2 The score was not published until 1867, 40 years after the composer's death. The discoverer of the piece, Ludwig Nohl, affirmed that the original autographed manuscript was dated 27 April. This manuscript has been lost. It is not certain who "Elise" was. Max Unger suggested that Ludwig Nohl may have transcribed the title incorrectly and the original work may have been named "Für Therese", a reference to Therese Malfatti von Rohrenbach zu Dezza (1792--1851). She was a friend and student of Beethoven's to whom he proposed in 1810, though she turned him down to marry the Austrian nobleman and state official Wilhelm von Droßdik in 1816. According to a recent study by Klaus Martin Kopitz, there is flimsy evidence that the piece was written for the German soprano singer Elisabeth Röckel (1793--1883), later the wife of Johann Nepomuk Hummel. "Elise", as she was called by a parish priest (she always called herself "Betty"), had been a friend of Beethoven's since 1808. In the meantime it has been proven that Rudolf Schachner, who in 1851 inherited Therese von Droßdik's musical scores, was a relative of Babette Bredl who in 1865 let Nohl copy the autograph in her possession. Thus Kopitz's hypothesis is definitely refuted. The pianist and musicologist Luca Chiantore argued in his doctoral thesis and his recent book "Beethoven al piano" that Beethoven might not have been the person who gave the piece the form that we know today. Chiantore suggested that the original signed manuscript, upon which Ludwig Nohl claimed to base his transcription, may never have existed. On the other hand, the musicologist Barry Cooper stated, in a 1984 essay in the Musical Times, that one of two surviving sketches closely resembles the published version. It has also been suggested that Elise simply refers to a term at this point in history which simply meant 'sweetheart', therefore suggesting this piece was written for Elise (Theresa Malfatti)
20 Dec 2012
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Playing Toccata and Fugue in D-minor by Bach in Klaipeda, Lithuania.
5 Mar 2012
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This is the beginning of Peter Bennet's performance with the Glass Harmonica. Visit his web page: www.glassharper**** and email glassharperhotmail**** (more)
18 Mar 2007
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Tchaikovsky's Sugar Plum Fairy played on a "Glass Harp". It's like a Christmas times 2.
18 Dec 2011
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Robert Tiso plays main theme of the swan lake by P. Tchaicowsky with glass harp. (musical glasses)
25 Oct 2009
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Robert Tiso plays first m.of symphony n°5,by L.V.Beethoven,with glass harp. (musical glasses)
11 Nov 2009
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Glass Harp being played in Alexandria VA
28 Jun 2011
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Canon in D major by Johann Pachelbel played on glass harp by Robert Tiso. New Album "CRYSTAL SOUND" is now available. For info visit *******www.cdbaby****/cd/roberttiso2 The first voice is the cello part (bottom right), Clockwise there is 1st 2nd and 3rd violin. the original cello track was lowered 1 octave to reach the low notes. I also added a few orchestra strings to round up the sharp sound of the glasses This is one of the greatest hits in the classical world which was composed in the 1680's by Johann Pachelbel. Pachelbel's Canon, also known as Canon in D major (PWC 37, T. 337, PC 358), is the most famous piece of music by German Baroque composer Johann Pachelbel. It was originally scored for three violins and basso continuo and paired with a gigue in the same key. Like most other works by Pachelbel and other pre-1700 composers, the Canon remained forgotten for centuries and was rediscovered only in the 20th century. Several decades after it was first published in 1919, the piece became extremely popular, and today it is frequently played at weddings and included on classical music compilations, along with other famous Baroque pieces such as Air on the G String by Johann Sebastian Bach. Johann Pachelbel Canon or Kanon baroque christmas classical wedding music song songs.
5 Mar 2012
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Man playing glasses on the street
6 Nov 2008
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Amazing performance on March 21st, 2009. You can check his website *******jameyturner****/
15 Apr 2010
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Glass Duo (Poland) - Chamber Music Festival in Bologna, Italy - June 2010. Placed in Chiostro della Basilica di Santo Stefano. Festival di Santo Stefano XXII edizione. P.Tchaikovsky - Sugar Plum Fairy (The Nutcracker) Glass Duo na Festiwalu Muzyki Kameralnej w Bazylice Santo Stefano w Bolonii. *******www.glassduo****
5 Mar 2012
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Ave Maria by Franz Schubert played on glass harp by Robert Tiso. This song is No. 6 of Schubert's Liederzyklus vom Fräulein vom See (Song-cycle from 'The Lady of the Lake'), composed in 1825. It is listed as Ellens Gesang. III. Hymne an die Jungfrau (Ellen's song, III. Hymn to the Virgin), and it is often referred to as Elles dritter Gesang (Ellen's third song). The original source is The Lady of the Lake by Sir Walter Scott ( 1771-1832), in the German translation (published 1819) by Adam Storck (1780-1822) in 1819 (the name Adam Storck is a pseudonym for Philipp Adam). The seven songs that form the song-cycle were published in 1826 as Schubert's Op. 52, with both Storck's German texts and the original English texts by Scott, under the title Sieben Gesange aus Walter Scotts Fräulein vom See (Seven Songs from Walter Scott's Lady of the Lake). Often sung in Latin with an adaptation of the Roman Catholic Ave Maria text, this song is often referred to as "Schubert's Ave Maria", popular as both a wedding song and a funeral song.
21 Sep 2012
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