kordz - Intro (with Tbilisi Youth Orchestra)

'Intro" for Piano & Orchestra, written by kordz Released on Majestic Casual Records Made with support from Nabeghlavi Conducted by Mirian Khukhunaishvili Performed by kordz, Mirian Khukhunaishvili, Tbilisi Youth Orchestra Recorded at Leno Records, by George Gvarjaladze Mixed/Mastered by kordz




Laufey - Goddess

Starring Laufey and Will Gao Co-Produced by LFR Director’s Rep: Cheyenne Shannon, Jamie Rabineau @ Lark Creative Executive Producer: Francesco Colombo Founder / MD LFR: Luigi Rossi Line Producer: Raven Jensen Production Manager: Lucy Rennick 1st AD: Laura Klein Creative Director: Junia Lin Video Commissioner: Bianca Bhagat Label: AWAL Management: Max Gredinger for Foundations Day-to-Day Management: Jackie Karlsson for Foundations Director of Photography: Daniel Bouquet 1st AC: Arjun Bajaj 2nd AC: Lucy Moloney Film Loader: Josh Bote Gaffer: Omar Nasr Best/Swing: Agustina Biasurro Best/Swing: Alexander Key Grip: Bill Hilferty Best Boy Grip: Jon Mendez Production Designer: Madison Hatch Art Director: Taja Feistner Set Decorator: Steven Killian Picture Car Driver: Besim Tahiri Art PA: Abe Alawi Stylist: Britt Theodora Stylist Assistant: Alexandra Crown Key HMUA: Abby Berni Assistant HMUA: Ashtyn Thurber Add'l HMUA: Lauren Citera Editor: Carla Luff @ Cabin Edit Cabin Producer: Linden Carty Colorist: Sofie Borup @ Company 3 Company 3 Producer: Shannen Troup Sound Design/ Sound Mix: Jeremy Emery Locations Manager: Matthew Dipple Set PA: Spencer Strickland Set PA: Ashley Christopher Leach Truck PA: Ainsley Samuda Truck PA Ridealong: Owen Palmer Sound Op: Catherine Hood BTS: Katherine Gouged




Philip Glass: Etude No.2 Reworked (AVR / Anna von Raison)

VFX: Felix Geen Mastering: Felix Davis Atmos Mastering: Mike Hillier Colorist: Alaa Abdullatif Rotoscope: Rohaman Sabbi AC Michael Herbers 1st Assistant: Raphael Fischer-Dieskau 2nd Assistant: Leander Rau Styling: Nicole Walker Wardrobe: Mugler Titles & Logo Design Fabian Maier-Bode Logo Animation: Chernoff Faces




TWO LANES - Healing (Piano Version)




Philip Glass - Opening

Philip Glass performs Opening, celebrating his new piano album, Philip Glass Solo, on his 87th Birthday. Filmed in Brooklyn, NY, 2021. Film By Four/Ten Media Presented By Dunvagen Music Publishers Film Production and Post-Production by Evan Chapman and Kevin Eikenberg of Four/Ten Media Music Recorded by Caley Monahon-Ward Assistant Engineer Albert Goold Mixed by Caley Monahon-Ward Music Supervisor, Alex Gray Publicity, Sacks and Co. PR Executive Producer Drew Smith Producer Adrienne White Production Manager Richard Guerin Recorded at the Marc Agger Navy Yard Warehouse 269




Andrea Vanzo - Amélie - Comptine d’un autre été, l’après-midi (reimagined)




Grandbrothers - Ezra Was Right

Minimalism, classical music, and electronic dance music all come together in the pulsating music of the German-Swiss duo Grandbrothers. Using live processing of the piano as its primary source, the duo creates an irresistible groove in a set of live performances.




Frank Sinatra - Fly Me To The Moon (Live At The Kiel Opera House, St. Louis, MO/1965)




Sheku Kanneh-Mason: Tiny Desk Concert

One measure of an artist’s popularity is how long it takes to book them for a Tiny Desk concert. In the case of British cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason, it took about three years. Granted, the pandemic got in the way, but ever since his 2018 breakthrough performance at the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex, he’s been -- needless to say -- in demand. Nearly 2 billion people worldwide saw his royal performance on television. At the Tiny Desk, Kanneh-Mason played for only a handful of NPR staffers, and the performance felt like a direct communication from his luminous cello (built in 1700) to our heartstrings. It was especially true in Kanneh-Mason’s own arrangement of “Myfanwy,” the mournful Welsh folk song the cellist first heard from his grandmother. Accompanying himself with left hand pizzicato, Kanneh-Mason makes his instrument sing like a sad old Welshman with a tear in his eye.




Joep Beving - Paris s'enflamme

Performed and recorded during a solo piano session on the 24th of January 2022 at Atelier Artefact in Paris, France.




Ludovico Einaudi: Tiny Desk Concert

Ludovico Einaudi was on a North American tour, playing before audiences in the thousands, when he stopped by the NPR office to play a far more intimate setting: a Tiny Desk set. It’s the first tour for the Italian pianist and composer since the beginning of the pandemic, following the release of his 2022 album, Underwater. It’s an album that captures how many have felt in the pandemic — feeling underwater, or trapped in another world. It’s that relatable feeling — like we’re treading water trying to remain above the surface, powering through the adversity of the last two years — that makes Einaudi’s music so emotional and reflective. The pulsating strings of the opening song to his Tiny Desk concert, the track “Experience” from his 2013 album In A Time Lapse, demand attention, captivating the audience. The fact that the song recently went viral due to a TikTok trend only proves how welcoming Einaudi’s music is — and why he is the most-streamed classical pianist of all time. Ludovico Einaudi’s presence at the piano keeps you waiting for more. His fingers glide over the keys effortlessly, but he never seems rushed. As he plays, his eyes are closed. And in this concert, you can tell his music moves him as much as it does his audience. SET LIST “Experience” “Fly” “Flora” “Low Mist” TINY DESK TEAM Producer/Director: Kara Frame Audio Engineer: Josh Rogosin Director: Joshua Bryant Creative Director: Bob Boilen Series Producer: Bobby Carter Editor: Kara Frame Videographers: Kara Frame, Joshua Bryant, Michael Zamora, Pierre Kattar Production Assistant: Jill Britton, Joby Tanseco Tiny Desk Team: Suraya Mohamed, Marissa Lorusso, Hazel Cills, Ashley Pointer, Maia Stern VP, Visuals and Music: Keith Jenkins Senior VP, Programming: Anya Grundmann




FKJ - Just Piano

0:29 Sundays 3:53 Last Hour 6:36 Anthem 9:13 G.F 11:21 Cashew 13:41 Meeting Again In The Void 15:42 Fée 17:06 Pe

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