Lang Lang Musikmesse Film By Jon Hammond

*WATCH THE FILM HERE: Lang Lang Musikmesse Film By Jon Hammond Jon's archive Youtube Lang Lang musikmesse film by Jon Hammond - the sensational pianist appeared in promotion for his new educational book series Lang Lang Piano Academy available from Edition Peters Group - info: Präsentation Edition Peters / Faber: Lang Lang live: mastering the piano - video courtesy of Jon Hammond 29th musikmesse Vimeo Jon Hammond Facebook FULL HIGH DEFINITION Lang Lang Wiki Lang Lang (Chinese: 郎朗; pinyin: Láng Lǎng; born 14 June 1982) is a Chinese concert pianist who has performed with leading orchestras in Europe, the United States and his native China. Lang Lang was born in Shenyang, Liaoning, China. His father Lang Guoren (郎国任), is a descendant of the Manchu Niohuru (鈕祜祿) family, which brought forth a long line of Qing Empresses. The elder Lang is also a musician, who plays the traditional Chinese stringed instrument erhu.[1] At the age of two, Lang watched the Tom and Jerry episode The Cat Concerto which features the Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 by Franz Liszt. According to Lang, this first contact with Western music is what motivated him to learn piano.[2][3] He began piano lessons with Professor Zhu Ya-Fen at age three. At the age of five, he won first place at the Shenyang Piano Competition and performed his first public recital.[4] When Lang Lang was nine years old, he intended to audition for Beijing's Central Conservatory of Music, and, having difficulties with his lessons, was expelled from his piano tutor's studio for "lack of talent".[5] Another music teacher at his state school noticed Lang Lang's sadness, and decided to comfort him by playing a record of Mozart's Piano Sonata No. 10 in C major, K. 330; she asked him to play along with the second movement. This reminded Lang Lang of his love of the instrument. "Playing the K. 330 brought me hope again," he recalled.[5] Lang Lang was later admitted into the conservatory where he studied under Professor Zhao Ping-Guo.[6] In 1993, he won the Xing Hai Cup Piano Competition in Beijing and, in 1994, was awarded first prize for outstanding artistic performance at the fourth International Competition for Young Pianists in Ettlingen, Germany.[4] In 1995, at 13 years of age, he played the Op. 10 and Op. 25 études by Chopin at the Beijing Concert Hall and, in the same year, won first place at the International Tchaikovsky Competition for Young Musicians in Japan,[4] playing Chopin's Piano Concerto No. 2 with the Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra in a concert broadcast by NHK Television.[7] When 14, he was a featured soloist at the China National Symphony's inaugural concert, which was broadcast by China Central Television and attended by President Jiang Zemin. The following year, he began studies with Gary Graffman at the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia Performing and recording career Lang Lang has given recitals and concerts in many major cities and was the first Chinese pianist to be engaged by the Berlin Philharmonic, the Vienna Philharmonic and some top American orchestras.[9] A Chicago Tribune music critic called him "the biggest, most exciting young keyboard talent I have encountered in many a year of attending piano recitals".[10] Lang has been praised by musicians and critics around the world – the conductor Jahja Ling remarked, "Lang Lang is special because of his total mastery of the piano... He has the flair and great communicative power."[11] National Public Radio's Morning Edition remarked that "Lang Lang has conquered the classical world with dazzling technique and charisma."[12] It is often noted that Lang successfully straddles two worlds – classical prodigy and rock-like "superstar", a phenomenon summed up by The Times journalist Emma Pomfret, who wrote, "I can think of no other classical artist who has achieved Lang Lang's broad appeal without dumbing down."[13] Lang Lang's performance style was controversial when he stormed into the classical music scene in 1999. Since that time, Pianist Earl Wild called him "the J. Lo of the piano." [14] Others have described him as immature, but admitted that his ability to "conquer crowds with youthful bravado" is phenomenal among classical musicians.[15] His maturity in subsequent years was reported by The New Yorker: "The ebullient Lang Lang is maturing as an artist."[15] In April 2009, when Time Magazine included Lang Lang in its list of the 100 most influential people, Herbie Hancock described his playing as "so sensitive and so deeply human", commenting: "You hear him play, and he never ceases to touch your heart."[16] In 2001, after a sold-out Carnegie Hall debut with Yuri Temirkanov, he travelled to Beijing with the Philadelphia Orchestra on a tour celebrating its 100th anniversary, during which he performed to an audience of 8,000 at the Great Hall of the People.[17] The same year, he made an acclaimed BBC Proms debut, prompting a music critic of the British newspaper The Times to write, "Lang Lang took a sold-out Royal Albert Hall by storm... This could well be history in the making".[17] In 2003, he returned to the BBC Proms for the First Night concert with Leonard Slatkin. After his recital debut with the Berlin Philharmonic, the Berliner Zeitung wrote: "Lang Lang is a superb musical performer whose artistic touch is always in service of the music".[18] Lang Lang was the featured soloist on the Golden Globe winning score of The Painted Veil and can be heard on the soundtrack of The Banquet.[19] He has recorded for the Deutsche Grammophon and Telarc labels.. His album of the first and fourth Beethoven piano concertos with the Orchestre de Paris and Christoph Eschenbach debuted at No. 1 on the Traditional Classical Billboard Chart.[20] In 2008, he was the pianist on Mike Oldfield's 2008 album Music of the Spheres.[21] In 2010, he signed with Sony for a reported $3 million.[22] In December 2008, Lang Lang partnered with Google and YouTube in the project YouTube Symphony Orchestra.[23] Lang Lang has also recorded piano works for the video game Gran Turismo 5's soundtrack, mostly under the "Classical" subgenre.[24] This included versions of Danny Boy, Beethoven's 8th Piano Sonata, and one of the game's intro pieces, the third movement from Prokofiev's 7th Piano Sonata. Finally, he has performed for numerous international dignitaries including the former Secretary-General of the United Nations Kofi Annan, President Barack Obama, Queen Elizabeth II, President Hu Jintao of China, President Horst Köhler of Germany, Prince Charles, as well as Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin, French President Nicolas Sarkozy and Polish President Lech Kaczynski. White House state dinner At the White House state dinner in honour of President of China Hu Jintao on 19 January 2011, one of the tunes Lang played was the theme song to the movie Battle on Shangganling Mountain called My Motherland, an anti-American film on the Korean War. The song's lyrics include the line "We deal with wolves with guns", which in the film referred indirectly to the United States.[26][27] Although the tune is popular and has lost much of its political and historical significance in China,[28] the performance was said to be interpreted by some as insulting the USA.[29] In response to the controversy Lang Lang denied that he had intended to insult the United States.[30] He later released a statement stating that he "selected this song because it has been a favorite of mine since I was a child. It was selected for no other reason but for the beauty of its melody."[30] White House spokesperson Tommy Vietor also responded by saying My Motherland is "widely known and popular in China for its melody. Lang Lang played the song without lyrics or reference to any political theme ....Any suggestion that this was an insult to the United States is just flat wrong... Breaking Suzuki Musical Instruments Hammond Global News - REPORT Frankfurt Germany -- Thanks very much Kiyota Yamauchi​ for showing me some absolutely astounding performances on Suzuki Melodions​ on iPad! - Jon Hammond​ - musikmesse​ 2015年3月20日 メロディオンフェスティバルin東京(1/24)ダイジェスト映像公開中! 2015年3月12日 【4月12日 (日)】 ハモンドサウンドキャラバン 2015 in 大阪 開催! 2015年1月14日 ハモンドSKシリーズ特設ページ「音色ライブラリ」に【Pf & Symphonic Strings】を追加しました。 Apple iTunes HammondCast FEED Official Report from Hamamatsu Japan この日は何故なのかトリプルブッキング。プライベートで日本に立ち寄られ Jon Hammond たジョン・ハモンドさん、日本ツアーを終えて帰国前の敦賀明子さん。そして、これもまた関西からの帰路に立ち寄られた田中光栄さん。何の脈絡もなく集まった3人にアフターファイブコンサートをお願いしてしまったのはスズキ楽器貿易の北米担当者だった。  ジョン・ハモンドさんはショービジネスの表舞台に出てくることは少ないが、フランクフルトメッセでは25年、ナムショーでもレギュラーのように演奏されているエンドーサーである。今回も鈴木会長に唯会いたいという一念で来日された律儀なお人柄です。 L to R: Mr. M. Terada, Jon Hammond, Yu Beniya Downloaded 998 times Jon played a special concert there Mercy Mercy played by Suzuki Artists Koei Tanaka and Jon Hammond for President Founder Manji Suzuki and Company in Suzuki Hall at Suzuki World Headquarters in Hamamatsu Japan. 2 camera shoot by S. Ohtaka and Jennifer Master of Ceremonies Waichiro 'Tachi' Tachikawa, Jon Hammond at the new B3mk2 organ and wooden model 3300 high power Leslie Speaker, Koei Tanaka Suzuki harmonica *Special Note: Sincerest condolences to Mr. Suzuki and all Suzuki Team on the recent passing of Mrs. Suzuki - Jon Hammond — with Koki Tanaka in Hamamatsu-shi, Shizuoka On the bench of the incredible New B3mk2 with President Founder of Suzuki and Hammond Suzuki - Manji Suzuki, Jon Hammond and Suzuki Harmonica star Koei Tanaka in Suzuki Hall at the factory in Hamamatsu Japan *WATCH THE VIDEO HERE: The Jon Hammond Show Sk1 Debut MNN TV Downloaded 1,093 times 30 minutes and 8 seconds The Jon Hammond Show Sk1 MNN TV World Debut of the new stage keyboard organ from Hammond Suzuki world's first road test with Jon Hammond Band in Germany during the International Musikmesse Frankfurt. Jon's annual Musikmesse-Session celebrating 25 consecutive years with live concert in Jazzkeller Hofheim. Jon Hammond - Sk1 Hammond organ Joe Berger - guitar Giovanni Gulino - drums Peter Klohmann - tenor saxophone as seen on Jon's long-running cable TV program The Jon Hammond Show on MNN TV in New York City 28th year The inside of my 1965 Hammond B3 organ - you can see the top secret black mod box built for me by Bill Beer (R.I.P.) of Keyboard Products Los Angeles California - it's got Bill's telephone number right on it: 213-387-2205 Unfortunately can't reach Bill on that number any longer, Jon Hammond Chuck Plaisance Vocal Instructer, Vocal Producer, Session Vocalist, Performing Musician at Voice Coach & Pro-Singer Jonathan Ayers Creative at Apple Inc. Orhan Sandikci Musik club Indra at Ich bin selbständig- ich arbeite selbst und ständig Chris Grove Works at Keyboards-Eddie Money Nino De Luca Istituto Superiore di Studi Musicali "G.B.Pergolesi" - AFAM Ancona Michael Grazioso Tunxis community college Henry Zambrano R Genova, Italy Mike Barnett Suny College at Old Westbury Yoichiro Hamahara 代表取締役 at 株式会社エス・ディ・アイ Martin Chemes Músico profesional y Endorser at Lee Oskar Harmonicas Hans Torbijn Sint Paulus Mulo Vlissingen Maurizio Li Mandri My 1965 Hammond B3 organ with special mods by Bill Beer (R.I.P.) of Keyboard Products - Jon Hammond Youtube Presented by City Hall San Francisco & Local 6: JON HAMMOND Band on front lawn of the beautiful SF City Hall during lunch hour free concert. JON HAMMOND at the B3 Organ along with Harvey Wainapel tenor, Steve Campos flugel horn, Barry Finnerty gtr. & James Preston drms. of Sons of Champlin band playing JH Band original "Nu Funk" (Hip Hop Chitlins). *Note: Jon's organ bench fell out of the truck on Polk St. (was recovered) One of Jon's famous sayings: "It's easier to find an Organ with no Bench than a Bench without an Organ"! Encore! Jon Hammond Band in Jazzkeller Hofheim L to R: Heinz Lichius, Joe Berger, Rainer Heute, Jon Hammond Congratulations everybody on the 80th Anniversary of the invention of the Hammond organ - first commercial model was the model A I owned one that actually had Neon Lights installed under both keyboards and over the pedal board - it is in the photo here where I'm playing a Cordovox Super V - the model A is in back of me - Jon Hammond Here I am with the more modern famous Model B3 and 2 Leslie Speakers - Jon Hammond This is the inside of the very same 1965 Hammond B3 organ - with a few very special custom modifications by the late great Bill Beer of Keyboard Products Los Angeles CA Custom Inputs: Youtube #LangLang #musikmesse2015 #Film #InGermany #NAMMShow #JonHammond #Piano #PetrofPianos #HammondOrgans #ClassicalMusic #Jazz #Blues #SoftNews Musicians Union, Local 802