Other Website Videos


Here in one convienent location are all the other videos scattered
about this website. As this website expands so will this list.

From The Musical Nose Home - 5 videos

From Musical Nose? — "Some Musical Nose Examples" - 3 videos
  • "Super Mario Theme" on Nose Flute
    Here is a girl performing the "Super Mario Theme" on her nose flute.
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  • "Concerto in A minor" by J. S. Bach - Nose Flute & Orchestra
    From the first movement of Bach's Violin Concerto in A minor in a rather uncommon interpretation with the nose flute as a solo instrument.
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  • "Off the Wall" - Nose Flute Orchestra
    Der Grindchor (NOSE FLUTE ORCHESTRA) was set up 15 years ago by the owner of the endart Atelier in Berlin. The guys play nose flutes which are cheap plastic instruments available locally and played with breath from the nose. The tone is controlled by the mouth. They play interpretations of really annoying songs at mental hospitals, at funerals and anywhere else that will have them.
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From The Musical Nose Categories, Page 3 of 3 - 2 videos

From "Music and The Radiance of Mozart" - 17 videos

From "Music and The Next Mozart?" - 2 videos
  • "The Next Mozart? 6-Year Old Piano Prodigy Wows All"
    From 2008, this is about 6-year old "wunderkind" Emily Bear.
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  • "Mini Mozart: 7-Year-Old Girl a Musical Prodigy"
    Now being hailed as the "World's newest musical genius", Alma Deutscher recently composed her own opera at the age of 7.
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From Music Stories category - 2 videos
  • "Peter and the Wolf"
    by Sergei Prokofiev
    (A Disney 1946 animated short.)
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  • "Notes for a New Life"
    With help from friends at home and abroad, a young Palestinian flutist, Dalia Moukarker, has found a way to escape the walls around her West Bank village.
    (This is a link to a video published by The New York Times September 28, 2012.)
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From "Perlman Makes His Music - The Hard Way" - 5 videos

From Musicians of Note category - 3 videos
  • "Sonia Marie De Leon de Vega"
    As part of their series on innovators, NBC Latino profiled Sonia Marie De Leon de Vega, the conductor and director of the Santa Cecilia Orchestra in Los Angeles. She says her goal is far beyond music, it is to change people's lives.
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  • "The Legendary Bobby Darin"
    This video clip is the intro to the Bobby Darin segment from The Songmakers Collection (2001) [2 DVD Volumes].
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  • "Troubadours: The Rise of the Singer-Songwriter" - Movie Review
    This is a movie review by Kenneth Turan of the Los Angeles Times.
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From "The Lasting Effect of Jimmy Webb" - 6 videos
  • Just Across The River - Introduced by Jimmy Webb
    Jimmy Webb talks about his album, Just Across The River, with his wonderful stories and insights about its production.
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  • Glen Campbell singing "By the Time I Get to Phoenix"
    This song, written by Jimmy webb, reached #3 on the U.S. pop charts in 1967.
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  • "The Yard Went on Forever" (Dedicated to the victims of disasters, both natural and man made.)
    This song, written by Jimmy Webb, is from the Richard Harris album The Yard Went on Forever (1968).
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  • "Gayla"
    This song, written by Jimmy Webb, is from the Richard Harris album The Yard Went on Forever (1968).
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  • Jimmy Webb performing with Cher and Art Garfunkel
    Cher and Art Garfunkel sing a medley of Jimmy Webb hits as Jimmy Webb plays piano.
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  • Amy Grant performing Jimmy Webb's "If These Walls Could Speak"
    This is from Amy Grant's LIVE DVD Time Again.
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From "The Dazzling Guitar of Shaun Hopper" - 1 video
  • Shaun Hopper performing "Paper Orchid"
    This is a song written by Shaun Hopper which was inspired by Steve Vai and influenced by Michael Hedges.
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From "The Classical Guitar - A Rich Heritage" - 3 videos
  • Segovia Master Class, Spain, 1965
    This is a fascinating look at Andrés Segovia imparting his knowledge and wisdom in his classical guitar master class.
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  • Segovia Performing "Fandango" from Torroba's Suite Castellana
    This video contains wonderful closeups of Segovia's hands as he plays the guitar.
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  • Christopher Parkening Profile on CBS "Sunday Morning"
    Parkening is recognized as heir to the legacy of Segovia, who said, "Christopher Parkening is a great artist—he is one of the most brilliant guitarists in the world."
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From "The Recorder" - 4 videos

From "Peruvian Instruments and Music" - 1 video
  • "Peruvian Images"
    This is a slideshow with images from Peru. There are pictures from Lima, Inca's ruin, Ollantaytambo, Arequipa, Cusco, Titicaca, and Machu Pichu.
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From "Classical Music Gems - Part 1" - 1 video
  • Florida Suite: "By the River"
    This beautiful music composed by Frederick Delius is accompanied by some wonderful pictures that just take you back in time to a simpler era.
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From "New Age Music Gems" - 2 videos
  • "Hymn"
    Here is a delightful video of a performance of "Hymn". "Hymn" is from the album Adiemus: Songs of Sanctuary.
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  • "To Take ...To Hold"
    Enjoy this video of "To Take ...To Hold" performed live by Yanni at the Royal Albert Hall in London. "To Take ...To Hold" is from Yanni's album Love Songs.
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From Music Fun category - 3 videos

From "Musical Nosebits" category - 1 video
  • "The Musical Road"
    This is about a road in Lancaster, California that makes music when you drive over it.
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From "Music Class" category - 1 video
  • "Demystifying Conducting"
    Alan Gilbert, music director of the New York Philharmonic, demonstrates and discusses the role of a conductor.
    (This is a link to a video published by The New York Times April 6, 2012.)
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From "What to Look For in a Guitar Teacher and How to Select the Best One for You" - 1 video
  • "How to Find a Good Guitar Teacher"
    From, here is Dylan Schiavone, a professional guitarist, explaining how to find a good guitar teacher.
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From "MusicReader - feel free to perform!" - 1 video
  • MusicReader Demonstration
    This is a demonstration of the usage of MusicReader, software for displaying sheet music on iPads, Tablet PCs or laptops.
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From "Classical Music Tidings" category - 1 video
  • "Einstein and Music"
    Albert Einstein was a fervent admirer of Mozart's music especially the violin sonatas which Einstein loved to play on his violin.
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