Mozart – Eine kleine Nachtmusik (on period instruments)


New Trinity Baroque, Atlanta’s leading period instrument orchestra, conducted by Predrag Gosta, performing Mozart’s masterpiece “Eine kleine Nachtmusik” For more information about NTB, visit www. newtrinitybaroque. org

21 Responses to “Mozart – Eine kleine Nachtmusik (on period instruments)”

  1. JazzMitrich Says:

    @ecmks I did. What the fuck is your problem?

  2. JazzMitrich Says:

    @ecmks I did. What the fuck is your probldem?

  3. dankwarth Says:

    they repeat very often the same part

  4. fuzzymontreal Says:

    The conductor looks like he is dancing to the music! I Love it! He has such passion!

  5. TheNellamaria Says:

    My first ballet solo. . . .

  6. drewzillasaurusrex Says:

    This is the pure stuff right here. Yessiree bob. I mean Wolfgang.

  7. BabeioAlexisea685 Says:

    geiles_v

  8. ecmks Says:

    Who the fuck disliked it?! It’s exactly called “MUSIC!”

  9. colourfulwithaU Says:

    I really like the idea of period instruments, but I don’t know if I actually like it more in practice. . . This is nice though.

  10. historygenius Says:

    Quite the ritzy birthday bash, judging by the music!

  11. CrBa001 Says:

    Yes that’s great and I think mozart well yes and no

  12. 1hanamoon Says:

    i love marybeth

  13. toni4branti Says:

    /watch?v=6X3WXYLBePE

  14. didossia Says:

    Love all seen on this video, mostly to the couple behind the conductor. I wish someday I can be like that: find a prince that love Mozart too, give me orchestra ticket, and voila ;)

  15. amorediahmad Says:

    I adore this music :) Mozart I LOVE U :D

  16. BabyVictorinawno Says:

    supa,’m quite cuddly in need but no one there; (

  17. tjwhite1963 Says:

    Very much like this performance! Just wish someone had taken the trouble to write & perform a continuo instrument along with the strings–this music sounds so much better with a harpsichord to give it extra “bounce”. Ditto for the famous “minuet” of Boccherini. As you probably know, writing a continuo part for harpsichord really isn’t that difficult–just write out the chords of the ensemble (tutti), following the bass line, & add ornaments, such as roulades, trills, broken chords, etc.

  18. 2365me Says:

    you know for classical music this is not bad i go to jean coutu i go to jean coutu lol :)

  19. dong776 Says:

    What is amiss here is the fact that you are applying your insane attention to detail/musical knowledge by posting comments on youtube videos. Did you hold your tuner up to the computer speakers to identify the 3/4 step higher, or was it your perfect pitch? Isn’t this kind of like Bill Gates going on the internet to read high school essays and then commenting “Hmm, clearly you should have used 1. 5 spacing, not 2. . . and you should be using times new roman, not helvetica. ” That’s the DEALEO.

  20. dong776 Says:

    What is amiss here is the fact that you are applying your insane attention to detail/musical knowledge by posting comments on youtube videos. Did you hold your tuner up to the computer speakers to identify the 3/4 step higher, or was it your perfect pitch? Isn’t this kind of like Bill Gates going on the internet to read high school essays and then commenting “Hmm, clearly you should have used 1. 5 spacing, not 2. . . and you should be using times new roman, not helvetica. ” That’s the DEALEO.

  21. LordShandor Says:

    @newtrinitybaroque Mozart tuned to 420 not 430.

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