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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[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.[2] 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)[citation needed], but even this dance was based on the csárdás by Béla Kéler titled "Bártfai emlék" which Brahms mistakenly thought was a traditional folksong.
  • 15 Jun 2012
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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
  • 7 Apr 2012
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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
  • 21 Mar 2012
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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: yaquelin8182hotmail****
  • 21 Mar 2012
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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".[1] 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.[2] 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."
  • 23 Aug 2011
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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
  • 19 Jun 2011
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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
  • 31 May 2011
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Africa Composer by Toto Arrangements by Milton Isejima Musicians Drums & Percussion: Clayton Perez de Lima Bass: Erick Massaya H. Isejima Pan Flute, Shamisen, Strings, Trumpet, Trombone & Guitar: Milton Isejima City: Sao Paulo Country: Brazil NOTE: "Africa" is a song by rock band Toto. The song was included on their 1982 album Toto IV, and reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in February 1983 and number three on the UK Singles Chart the same month. The song was written by the band's keyboardist David Paich and drummer Jeff Porcaro. David Paich sings both verses of the song while Bobby Kimball sings lead briefly during the chorus and at the end. Steve Lukather, Bobby and Paich all sing backup as well. One of Toto's most recognisable songs, "Africa" was almost omitted from the Toto IV record prior to its release. Having spent a great amount of time producing it, the band became so tired of the song that they didn't want it on the album. The song itself was very different from anything the band had done before, and some members felt that it didn't sound like Toto. "I didn't think it was very good," said Steve Lukather (Classic Rock Revisited, 2003). "That tells you what can happen when we pick our own singles!" David Paich, who co-wrote the song with Jeff Porcaro, said that it "could have been the beginning of a solo project [for me] because it was so different. I thought I'd save it...[because] world music wasn't around then."
  • 14 Jan 2011
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Il Silenzio (Trumpet Solo) Composer by Nini Rosso and Guglielmo Brezza Arrangements by Milton Isejima Performances: Drums, Bass, Piano, Guitar, Strings & Trumpet by Milton Isejima City: Sao Paulo Country: Brazil NOTE: Il Silenzio is an Italian pop music instrumental piece, with a small part of spoken Italian lyrics, notable for its trumpet theme. It was written in 1965 by trumpet player Nini Rosso and Guglielmo Brezza, its thematic melody being an extension of the bugle military call for taps. It has become a worldwide instrumental standard, which has sold around 10 million copies. It was a number one hit in Germany, Austria, the Netherlands, Italy and in Switzerland in 1965. It reached the position of Number 1 in Australia on 01/09/65 and stayed in the charts for 19 weeks. In the United States it reached #32 in the Billboard Easy Listening Charts.
  • 2 Nov 2010
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LA ISLA BONITA (The Beautiful Island) Composer by Patrick Leonard and Bruce Gaitsch Singer - Songwriter Madonna Arrangements by Milton Isejima Performances: Drums, Percussion, Marimba, Bass, Acoustic Guitar, Strings, Alto Sax, Synthesizer & Mixer by Milton Isejima City: Sao Paulo Country: Brazil ________________________________________­______________________ LA ISLA BONITA (Lyrics) (Spoken:) Como puede ser verdad Last night I dreamt of San Pedro Just like I'd never gone, I knew the song A young girl with eyes like the desert It all seems like yesterday, not far away Chorus: Tropical the island breeze All of nature wild and free This is where I long to be La isla bonita And when the samba played The sun would set so high Ring through my ears and sting my eyes Your Spanish lullaby I fell in love with San Pedro Warm wind carried on the sea, he called to me Te dijo te amo I prayed that the days would last They went so fast (chorus) I want to be where the sun warms the sky When it's time for siesta you can watch them go by Beautiful faces, no cares in this world Where a girl loves a boy, and a boy loves a girl Last night I dreamt of San Pedro It all seems like yesterday, not far away
  • 21 Oct 2010
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Symphony #40 - K550 in G Minor - 1st Movement (Molto Allegro) Composer by Mozart (1756 - 1791) Salzburgo - Austria Arrangements by Milton Isejima Performances: Drums, Percussion, Bass, Guitar, Piano, Strings, Moog Synthesizer by Milton Isejima NOTE: Brazilian Rhythm Olodum Olodum is a cultural group based in the Afro Brazilian community of Salvador, the capital city of the state of Bahia, Brazil. It was founded by percussionist, Neguinho do Samba. [1] One of many similar groups in the city (and elsewhere in Brazil), it offers cultural activities to young people, largely centered around music; it also offers theatrical productions and other activities. Founded in 1979, its stated aims are to combat racism, to encourage self-esteem and pride among Afro Brazilians, and to fight for civil rights for all marginalized groups. Olodum is widely credited with developing the music style known as samba reggae and for its active participation in carnaval each year. Neguinho do Samba, the lead percussionist, created a mix of the traditional Brazilian samba beat with merengue, salsa, and reggae rhythms for the Carnaval of 1986. This became known as samba reggae. This "bloco afro" music is closely tied to its African roots, as seen through its percussion instruments, participatory dancing and unique rhythm [2]. It also directly draws from many Caribbean cultures, like Cuba and Puerto Rico. [3] Olodum's performing band (or Banda) has released records in its own right and has been featured on recordings by Brazilian stars such as Simone and Daniela Mercury. Olodum performed on Paul Simon's 1990 album The Rhythm of the Saints and at the subsequent concert in Central Park, New York City on August 15, 1991. In 1995, Olodum appeared in the second music video for Michael Jackson's single, "They Don't Care About Us" (the original "Prison version" was banned on most music stations due to its violent scenes). The music was changed slightly to fit Olodum's style of drumming. The "Olodum version" (unofficial title) of the song has since become more popular than the original album version.[citation needed] Neguinho do Samba died of heart failure on October 31, 2009, at the age of 54.[1]
  • 3 Oct 2010
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Vivo Per Lei Composer by Andrea Bocelli Arrangements & Orchestration by Milton Isejima City: Sao Paulo Country: Brazil VIVO PER LEI (Lyrics) Vivo per lei da quando sai la prima volta l'ho incontrata non mi ricordo come ma mi è entrata dentro e c'è restata Vivo per lei perché mi fa vibrare forte l'anima vivo per lei e non è un peso Vivo per lei anch'io lo sai e tu non esserne geloso lei è di tutti quelli che hanno un bisogno sempre acceso come uno stereo in camera di chi è da solo e adesso sa che è anche per lui, per questo io vivo per lei È una musa che ci invita a sfiorarla con le dita atraverso un pianoforte la morte è lontana io vivo per lei Vivo per lei che spesso sa essere dolce e sensuale a volte picchia in testa una è un pugno che non fa mai male Vivo per lei lo so mi fa girare di città in città soffrire un po' ma almeno io vivo È un dolore quando parte Vivo per lei dentro gli hotels Con piacere estremo cresce Vivo per lei nel vortice Attraverso la mia voce si espande e amore produce Vivo per lei nient'altro ho e quanti altri incontrerò che come me hanno scritto in viso io vivo per lei Io vivo per lei sopra un palco o contro ad un muro Vivo per lei al limite anche in un domani duro Vivo per lei al margine Ogni giorno una conquista la protagonista sarà sempre lei Vivo per lei perché oramai io non ho altra via d'uscita perché la musica lo sai da vero non l'ho mai tradita Vivo per lei perché mi da pausa e note in libertà Ci fosse un'altra vita la vivo la vivo per lei Vivo per lei la musica Io vivo per lei Vivo per lei è unica Io vivo per lei Io vivo per lei Io vivo per lei
  • 3 Oct 2010
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Music Composer by Francesco Sartori Lyrics by Lucio Quarantotto Arrangements & Orchestration by Milton Isejima Version by Andrea Bocelli & Sarah Brightman City: Sao Paulo Country: Brazil VIVO PER LEI (lyrics) Andrea Bocelli Vivo per lei da quando sai la prima volta l'ho incontrata non mi ricordo come ma mi è entrata dentro e c'è restata Vivo per lei perché mi fa vibrare forte l'anima vivo per lei e non è un peso Vivo per lei anch'io lo sai e tu non esserne geloso lei è di tutti quelli che hanno un bisogno sempre acceso come uno stereo in camera di chi è da solo e adesso sa che è anche per lui, per questo io vivo per lei È una musa che ci invita a sfiorarla con le dita atraverso un pianoforte la morte è lontana io vivo per lei Vivo per lei che spesso sa essere dolce e sensuale a volte picchia in testa ma è un pugno che non fa mai male Vivo per lei lo so mi fa girare di città in città soffrire un po' ma almeno io vivo È un dolore quando parte Vivo per lei dentro gli hotels Con piacere estremo cresce Vivo per lei nel vortice Attraverso la mia voce si espande l'amore produce Vivo per lei nient'altro ho e quanti altri incontrerò anchè come me hanno scritto in viso io vivo per lei Io vivo per lei sopra un palco o contro ad un muro Vivo per lei al limite anche in un domani duro Vivo per lei al margine Ogni giorno una conquista la protagonista sarà sempre lei Vivo per lei perché oramai io non ho altra via d'uscita perché la musica lo sai da vero non l'ho mai tradita Vivo per lei perché mi da pausa e note in libertà Ci fosse un'altra vita la vivo la vivo per lei Vivo per lei la musica Io vivo per lei Vivo per lei è unica Io vivo per lei
  • 14 Sep 2010
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13 Jours en France Composer by Francis Lai Arrangements by Milton Isejima & Erick Isejima Performances: Drums, Bass, Piano, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Violin, Violoncello, Strings, Trumpet by Milton Isejima City: São Paulo Country: Brazil Thanks to my son Erick Isejima for their help in arrangement. NOTE: "13 Jours en France" or "13 Dni W Grenoble" or "Challenge In Snow" is a Claude Lelouch film of 1968. Documentary on The Olympic Games in Grenoble. Directed by François Reichenbach. Song written by Pierre Barouh & Francis Lai. Interpreted by Pierre Barouh & Nicole Croisille. The 1968 Winter Olympics, officially known as the X Olympic Winter Games, were celebrated in 1968 Grenoble, France and opened on February 6. Thirty-seven countries participated. Norway won the most medals, the first time a country other than the USSR had done so since the USSR first entered the Winter Games in 1956. A surprisingly nice new recording from Francis Lai -- the French soundtrack kind of the 60s, thanks to his work for A Man & A Woman and Live For Life -- and an artist we always love in just about any format! The set features new recordings of some of Lai's best soundtrack themes -- some of which rose to big fame on the international scene, others of which are lesser-known gems from his long history working with director Claude Lelouch! The recordings are contemporary, but the presentation is wonderful -- mostly played by a small group of sensitive musicians, with relatively classic instrumentation -- none of the too-modern touches that were sometimes used in recordings of this nature by Lai in the 70s or 80s
  • 1 Sep 2010
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Composer by Eduardo di Capua Arrangements by Milton Isejima Performances: Drums, Bass, Piano, Electric Guitar, Alto Sax, Accordeon, Trumpet and Mixer by Milton Isejima City: Sao Paulo Country: Brazil NOTE 'O sole mio è una canzone in lingua napoletana pubblicata nel 1898 e conosciuta a livello internazionale Giovanni Capurro, giornalista e redattore delle pagine culturali del quotidiano "Roma" di Napoli, nel 1898 scrisse i versi della canzone affidandone la composizione musicale a Eduardo Di Capua. In quel tempo Di Capua si trovava a Odessa, in Ucraina, con suo padre violinista in un'orchestra. La musica sembra sia stata ispirata da una splendida alba sul Mar Nero; il brano venne poi presentato a Napoli ad un concorso musicale promosso dall'editore Bideri ma senza ottenere grande successo ed arrivando secondo, ma in seguito si diffuse sempre più - anche fuori dall'Italia - fino a diventare un vero e proprio patrimonio della musica mondiale. LYRICS Che bella cosa e' na jurnata'e'sole n'aria serena doppo na tempesta pe'll'aria fresca pare gia' na festa che bella cosa na jurnata'e sole. Ma n'atu sole cchiu' bello, oi ne' 'o sole mio sta nfronte a te! 'o sole o sole mio sta nfronte a te ... sta nfronte a te. Luceno 'e llastre d'a fenesta toia; 'na lavannara canta e se ne vanta e pe' tramente torce, spanne e canta luceno'e llastre d'a fenesta toia. Ma n'atu sole cchiu' bello, oi ne' 'o sole mio sta nfronte a te! 'o sole o sole mio sta nfronte a te ... sta nfronte a te. Quanno fa notte e 'o sole se ne scenne me vene quase 'na malincunia; sott' a fenesta toia restarria quando fa notte e 'o sole se ne scenne. Ma n'atu sole cchiu' bello, oi ne' 'o sole mio sta nfronte a te! 'o sole o sole mio sta nfronte a te ... sta nfronte a te.
  • 24 Aug 2010
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CSÁRDÁS (Czardas) Composer by Vittorio Monti (1868 - 1922) Arrangements by Milton Isejima Musicians: Soprano Sax: Nilton Campello Tenor Sax: Jarbas Drums, Bass, Piano & Strings by Milton Isejima City: Sao Paulo Country: Brazil
  • 14 Apr 2010
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Composer: Zequinha de Abreu Arrangements by Milton Isejima Musicians: Tenor Sax Solo: Jarbas Drums, Bass, Piano & Strings by Milton Isejima Recorded in 1992 City: Sao Paulo Country: Brazil
  • 13 Apr 2010
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Composer by Beatles Arrangements by Milton Isejima Performances: Drums, Bass, Rhodes Piano, Electric Guitar, Overdrive Guitar, Farfisa Organ, Flute, Alto Sax & Trumpet by Milton Isejima City: Sao Paulo Country: Brazil
  • 13 Apr 2010
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