8. Feb, 2017

Hamburg and Vienna

At the same time of current concert planning, Airplay plannings are also going well, fortunately. Whether I'm in Hamburg or Vienna (whether with or without passing München or Salzburg), my recordings monopolized #1 ~ #5 this week and also #1 ~ #6 last week in Top 100 N1M Charts "Classical in Germany" (with Global # since last week). Here are the links (internal links only) to listen and also watch as music video ;






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


Goryo Goryokaku alias Naoko Matsui, Violin

Dmitly Klimenko, Piano


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


Johann Sebastian Bach : Doppelkonzert / Double Concerto in d minor BWV1043 2nd Mvt.


Goryo Goryokaku alias Naoko Matsui and Giuseppe Arnaboldi, Violins

Fernando Romano, Conductor

Orfeo Stillo Orchestra


Audio vers. ; Bach Doppel 2nd Mvt. / Video vers. ; Bach Doppel 2nd Mvt.


Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart ; Violin Concerto No. 3 in G major "Strassburg" KV216 1st Mvt.


Goryo Goryokaku alias Naoko Matsui, Violin

Savaria Symphony Orchestra / Savaria Symphonieorchester, conducted by one of the pupils of Martin Sieghart


Audio vers. ; Mozart KV216 1st Mvt / Video vers. ; Mozart KV216 1st Mvt


Antonio Vivaldi : Inverno / Winter Concerto in f minor Op. 8 RV297 (whole movements vers.)


Goryo Goryokaku alias Naoko Matsui, Violin

Pedro Cortinas, Conductor

Internationales Didaktisches Festival Cortinas Orchestra 2013


Audio vers. ; Vivaldi Winter Full / Video vers. ; Vivaldi Winter


Johann Sebastian Bach : Sarabanda in d from Partita No. 2 BWV1004


Goryo Goryokaku alias Naoko Matsui, Violin (unaccompanied solo)


Audio vers. ; Bach Sarabanda Demo / Video vers. ; Bach Sarabanda Demo



Hope you will enjoy.