A Maiden's Prayer バダジェフスカ：乙女の祈り Mitsuru Nagai piano 長井充
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Beautiful ladies of days gone by. (I do not know who any of these women are. Mayhap someone out in the great wide open will recognize one of them and post it in the comments.) The music: "A Maiden's Prayer" (Molitwa dziewicy) for piano, Op. 3 (or Op. 4) by Polish romantic composer: Tekla Badarzewska
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A Maiden's Prayer composed by Tekla Bądarzewska-Baranowska I do now this piece, No copyright infringement intended. Follow me on Instagram - @yoyoch4ng Subscribe and like!! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCh_p7462iiMigmUFULU-VyQ
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Modlitwa dziewicy, Op. 4
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A sweet old fiddle tune and one of Chubby's most popular. He has an incredibly bluesy style and amazing moves that he adds to tunes that are so uniquely Chubby. This tune has a beautiful break by Ellis "Buz" Butler on the dobro. Chubby loved to hear that "old biscuit board", as he called dobros...and he really loved to hear Buz play the dobro.
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Tekla Bądarzewska-Baranowska (1834–1861) La Prière d'une Vierge (A Maiden's Prayer), for Piano Performance created by S. Nicolosi on Yamaha Baby Grand Piano Disklavier http://usa.yamaha.com/products/musical-instruments/keyboards/disklaviers/
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From Wikipedia: "A Maiden's Prayer" (original Polish title: Modlitwa dziewicy Op. 4, French: La prière d'une vierge) is a composition of Polish composer Tekla Bądarzewska-Baranowska (1834--1861), which was published in 1856 in Warsaw. - video scenery: This video was taken from the view deck of the Space Needle in Seattle, Washington. The shot was towards Downtown Seattle, Puget Sound, and Alki Beach. - Google Maps: 47.62062 -122.34902 -
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Maiden's Prayer-Badarzewska-Free Piano Sheet Music http://www.everyonepiano.com/Music-7557-Maidens-Prayer-Badarzewska.html
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Here is my laid back version of the Bob Wills classic. I'm told the melody was actually written by a Polish composer in the 1850's and Wills added words in the '30s. Key of A, this piece works well in my "drop E" tuning, EBDGBD, which is regular G tuning with the low G string lowered to E.
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I have had several requests lately to post some more Music by Bob Wills and his Texas Playboys, and I am more than happy to oblige...Enjoy!!! Bob Wills was the driving force behind Western Swing, a form of Country & Western that fuses Jazz, Hillbilly, Blues, Big Band Swing, and many more rhythm forms together creating a truly Unique, Diverse and Unforgettable sound. Wills' shrewd mix of horns, fiddles and steel guitar made for a swinging sound that grabbed the public's ear during the mid 1930s and 1940s. Bob Wills was born into a family of fiddlers on March 6, 1905. His father, John Wills regularly won Texas fiddling competitions. Bob learned how to play fiddle and mandolin from his father. As a young man, Wills performed at house dances, medicine shows and in 1929 made his debut on the radio. With commercial sponsorship, Wills' bands performed on radio in the early 1930s as "Aladdin's Laddies" (for the Aladdin Lamp Co.) and "The Light Crust Doughboys" (for Light Crust Flour). Following a salary dispute, Wills renamed his band the Texas Playboys and relocated to Tulsa, Oklahoma, where he had a live radio show. This exposure led to a contract with the American Recording Corporation - later absorbed into Columbia Records. In September 1935, Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys recorded their first songs in a makeshift recording studio in an old Dallas Warehouse. From that point on, The Texas Playboys became an overnight sensation and recorded prolifically and made such classics as "Steel Guitar Rag", "Maiden's Prayer", "Take Me Back to Tulsa" and Wills' signature song, "San Antonio Rose". Their biggest hit, was "New Spanish Two Step", which topped the country charts for 16 weeks in 1946. The Texas Playboys always had fine singers like Tommy Duncan and Leon McAuliffe, and Wills punctuated the tunes with jive talking, falsetto asides and cries of "Ah-ha!" He'd call out soloists by name and instrument, good-naturedly goading them on to rollicking solo performances. In terms of personnel, The Texas Playboys expanded and contracted over the years, according to Wills' desires and the whims of the market. At one point the Texas Playboys were 22 pieces strong, although the band more typically numbered between 9 and 18 members. There were personnel changes and musical shifts as Wills struggled to adapt to the changing face of America in the postwar era. Nonetheless, there was always a solid core of loyal regulars in The Texas Playboys. After leaving Columbia in 1947, Wills continued to record prolifically for such labels as MGM, Decca, Longhorn and Kapp. The group also toured the country and often performed at a Wills-owned dancehall in Sacramento, California. In 1968, Wills was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame. A year later, he suffered a debilitating stroke. There were reunions and recording sessions with many of the old Texas Playboys in 1971 and 1973. Wills' final stroke came in his sleep following the first day of a recording session in December 1973 that resulted in the double album "For the Last Time". Confined to a wheelchair, he'd reprised his role as bandleader that day with a group of musicians that included former Texas Playboys. He never regained consciousness and died 18 months later on May 13, 1975. Wills has been revered by such country-music legends as Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, George Straight, and Merle Haggard who made a 1976 remake of Bob's 1941 hit "Cherokee Maiden". The contemporary Western Swing group, Asleep at the Wheel has also cut a pair of tribute albums that have kept Wills' name before the public. Every year, Bob Wills Day is celebrated on the last Saturday in April in Turkey, Texas.
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Merle Haggard is a country and western singer, songwriter, guitarist, fiddler, and instrumentalist. In 1997 he was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame and has continued to release successful albums through the 90's and 2000's. 'Faded Love' was written by Bob Wills, his father John Wills and his brother, Billy Jack Wills and is seen to be a prime example of Western swing fiddle component of American fiddle. 'A Maiden's Prayer' is a composition by polish composer Tekla Bądarzewska-Baranowska, however Bob Willis rearragned the song into a Western Swing style. Here, Merle Haggard and Bonnie Owens cover these two songs. This performance was recorded live at Church Street Station in Orlando, Florida.
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Piano Sheet: https://payhip.com/b/lRI9 A Maiden's Prayer - Tekla Bądarzewska-Baranowska (1834–1861) "A Maiden's Prayer" (original Polish title: Modlitwa dziewicy Op. 4, French: La prière d'une vierge) is a composition of Polish composer Tekla Bądarzewska-Baranowska (1834–1861), which was published in 1856 in Warsaw, and then as a supplement to the Revue et gazette musicale de Paris in 1859. The piece is a medium difficulty short piano piece for intermediate pianists. Some have liked it for its charming and romantic melody; others have described it as "sentimental salon tosh." The pianist and academic Arthur Loesser described it as "this dowdy product of ineptitude." Follow Me on FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/windayon SUBSCRIBE: http://goo.gl/2X8hXz Tutorial Playlist: http://goo.gl/Ph0ku1 The Nutcracker Playlist: http://goo.gl/0WOvFV
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http://www.OnlineLessonVideos.com - Learn how to play MAIDENS PRAYER for Bluegrass Fiddle taught by Ian Walsh. Jam Tracks + Sheet Music of basic melody + Full Lesson available on the site www.OnlineLessonVideos.com
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Tom Rose and John Drake, the founders of the Dorymen, are both from two communities in Fortune Bay, a few miles apart, Bay du Nord and Belleoram. They learned very early in life to enjoy the good and simple things. As is tradition on da Rock, life, no matter if good or bad, is put to verse and sung by one and all. At a very early age, Tom and John grew up to love music and song. Both men, like so many other Newfoundlanders, had to leave their homes to seek employment. Eventually, they both ended up in Halifax and John met Tom at a house party where Newfoundland music was being played and sung. John sang, Tom played the accordion, and a lasting music-filled friendship developed. The other dorymen are Al Parsons on drums and Ken Griswold on bass guitar. They were not born in Newfoundland, but their spirit is full of the wonderful sound of Newfie Music. Dave Murphy, a native of Halifax, who they changed from Rock and Roll music to the Traditional Newfoundland Music, later replaced Al. A later addition to the group was female vocalist Linda Stone. She never complained about the group's name.
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Request from the U.S. Level 6, E Flat Major Section time marks: B (0:33), C (1:54), D (2:52), E (3:55), F (4:57) Good Performance: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ae3Hm9FLG_U Composed by Bądarzewska, A Maiden's Prayer is a piece for piano solo, published in 1856 in Warsaw, and in 1859 as a supplement to the Revue et gazette musicale de Paris. https://sites.google.com/site/pianoandmathtutorials/a-maiden-s-prayer Jane, a retired university math teacher, started this volunteer project in April 2009. Positive feedback from wonderful viewers worldwide keeps her motivated. Jane is a strong advocate of reading music. She made unconventional sight-reading lessons that simplifies reading music. https://sites.google.com/site/pianoandmathtutorials/sight-reading-lessons
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Old song from the playing of Bob Wills
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Gunbundy Music Violin/Fiddle instructor Hannah Cowin plays an old Western Swing classic. This tune dates back to the mid 1800's, but was recorded by Bob Wills as an instrumental in 1931. It has since been recorded by many great artists. Enjoy "A Maiden's Prayer."
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Craig Duncan plays along with his CD King of Western Swing. Maiden's Prayer is a Bob Wills classic. CDs available at Amazon.com. Fiddle music is in Mel Bay Deluxe Fiddling Method and in The Craig Duncan Master Fiddle Solo Collection. CraigDuncan.net
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North Carolina bluegrass fiddler Bobby Hicks performs in-studio with Tony Williamson. Hicks was presented wit the North Carolina Heritage Award in May 2014.
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Charted at #71 on Billboard Hot 100 in March 1959. I think this song might have been a bigger hit in the mid-'50's when songs like "A Teenager's Prayer" were popular. Original Billboard review: "Miss Valli turns in a highly pleasing reading of a pretty rockaballad with strong teen lyrics. It's a good follow-up to her "The Wedding," and it rates as a strong contender." Written by Chuck Darwin and Lawrence Jefferson. B-side is "In His Arms".
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Here's "A Maiden's Prayer" by Tekla Badarzewska on the piano. This was a favorite of my grandfather, who my dad said would play this and "The Bells of Saint Mary's" the most. Today's his birthday; he would be 101 years old. I know it's not perfect or anything but it would be cool if you subscribed! And you can follow me on Twitter at www.twitter.com/pianoplayer4
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The American musician Bob Wills heard "Maiden's Prayer" played on a fiddle while he was a barber in Roy, New Mexico, and arranged the piece in the Western swing style. As a child growing up in Texas, my dad used to play this song on "8-Track." Kaitlyn has modernized the song with her own touch.
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Video By Dave Sheldon to assist in guitar chords
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