Oscar Peterson & The Stephane Grappelli Quartet - "If I Had You"
Oscar Peterson, Cd Cover, Grappelli Quartet, Jazz In Paris, Grappelli Jazz, Album Cover
These Jazz in Paris CDs are great! I've since bought 3 more after this first one with legendary jazz violinist Stephane Grappelli
Stephane Grappelli Jazz in Paris: Oscar Peterson-Stephane Grapelli Quartet, Vol. 1 Album Cover
Oscar Peterson - Stephane Grappelli Quartet Vol. 2: Jazz In Paris (2000)
VIDEO: Oscar Peterson & The Stephane Grappelli Quartet - "If I Had You"
Oscar Peterson ft. Stéphane Grappelli – Volume 2
Philip Glass Glassworks
Estatic Songs, Glass Glassworks, Glassworks Philip, Contemporary Composers, Artist Videos, Glassworks Youtube, Favourite Contemporary, Bella Música
Philip Glass - Opening (from Glassworks). One of my favourite contemporary composers.
Philip Glass Glassworks - YouTube
Glassworks — Philip Glass
Philip Glass "Glassworks"
Hindi Zahra - Don't Forget (Unplugged)
Blues Jazz Music, Ahiwa Unplugged, Hindi Zahra Jpg 521, Beautiful Music, Acoustic Sounds
▶ Hindi Zahra - Don't Forget (Unplugged) - YouTube
▶ Hindi Zahara - Ahiwa (Unplugged) - YouTube
Hindi Zahra - Beautiful Tango - YouTube
Hindi Zahra – ‘Beautiful Tango’
contrebasse pour deux
Biggest Violin, Music Instruments, Double Bass, Musical Instruments, Violoncello, Vintage Photo, Big Bass, Bass Guitar
"Biggest Violin." From Collections, Library of Congress. Why is it a violin and not the worlds biggest cello or bass
The octobass is an extremely large bowed string instrument constructed about 1850 in Paris by the French luthier Jean Baptiste Vuillaume (1798-1875). It has four strings and is essentially a larger version of the double bass. The instrument was, in fact, so large that it took two musicians to play: one to bow and the other to control the "fingering", and was consequently never produced on a large scale or used much by composers.
"Biggest Violin." From Collections, Library of Congress. Looks more like a double bass to me.
"Biggest Violin." From Collections, Library of Congress. THAT'S A DOUBLE BASS NOT A VIOLIN!
#MUSICHumor: Who THOUGHT of this?! Octobass: Extremely large bowed string instrument constructed ~1850 in Paris by French luthier Jean Baptiste Vuillaume. Essentially a larger version of the double bass. #cSw:) - https://www.pinterest.com/claxtonw/humor-pics/ - 4 string violin & cello relative was so large that it took 2 musicians to play: 1 to bow and 1 to fret the strings on neck- control fingering. Thus it was never produced on a large scale or used much by composers. Pinned via Steve Spi...
that's a big BASS!
50 valve tuba, I'm pretty sure this isn't real but it's pretty cool to look at