18. Dec, 2016

The Trailing Notes in December

Since beginning of last month I and my recent recordings are participating in several Music Charts, at the same time of usual concert appearances in offline (with trippings to their revues when necessary). It was just after returning from Tulsa USA that several beautiful news came to me. Three of my recordings had been #1, #2 and #3 in Top N1M Charts "Classical in Germany" on 14 December 2016, which one of them had been the second time to be the same Ranking. I'm really happy.

Here're the internal links to listen them ;

 

 

Antonio Vivaldi : Inverno / Winter Concerto Op. 8 RV297 3rd Mvt. 

 

Naoko Matsui, Violin

Pedro Cortinas, Conductor

Internationales Didaktisches Festival Cortinas Orchestra 2013

 

Video vers. ; Vivaldi Winter (whole movements) / Audio vers. ; Vivaldi Winter 3rd or Vivaldi Winter Full (whole movements)

 

Niccolò Paganini : Capriccio / Caprice No. 17 in E-flat 

 

Naoko Matsui, Violin (unaccompanied solo)

 

Video vers. ; Paganini Op.1 No.17 / Audio vers. ; Paganini Op.1 No.17

 

Johannes Brahms : Scherzo in c from F-A-E Sonata

 

Naoko Matsui, Violin

Dmitry Klimenko, Piano Accompaniment

 

Video vers. ; Brahms Scherzo Wien / Audio vers. ; Sound Exhibition

 

 

And I could become Rank #1 (as Artist) for N1M Classical Genre Charts in Hamburg and Berlin on 15 December 2016 and Rank #1 (as Artist) in The REVERBNATION Classical Charts for Hamburg and Berlin on 14 December 2016. I'm happy now.

As I was happy without being tired yet, I could finish my first reading of whole movements of one of my newest violin concertos only in yesterday evening (it didn't take two days). Possibly I will be able to add some new concert repertories within few days.