Wilhelm Richard Wagner (born May 22, 1813 in Leipzig, † 13 February 1883 in Venice) was a German composer, playwright, poet, writer, theater director and conductor. With his music dramas, he is considered one of the greatest innovators of European music in the 19th century.
Today is his 200th brithday
the Opening of “Lohengrin
the Ride of the Valkyries
Chris Andrews, born in 1942, is a british singer-songwriter from Romford. Listen to his great 80s hit “Yesterday Man”:
Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827) was one of the most famous and influental composers and musicians ever. Listen to his full “Synphnony No.5″:
Lindsey Stirling, born in 1986, is an american violinist. She is famous for her choreographed violin performances. She is kind of crazy, but the violin and the electronic sounds fit together perfectly. Listen to her great single “Crystallize”:
Umberto Tozzi, born in 1952, is an Italian pop, rock and italo musician from Turin. Listen to his nice song “Ti Amo”, an Italian classic!
And a great remix:
Roupa Nova (in english: New Cloths) is a brazilian pop band, who had several hits in the 1980s and 1990s. They formed in the 1970s under the name Os Famks and reached ten #1 singles so far. Here’s their probably most popular song “Linda Demais” in an acousti version. Really like it!!
Antonio Vivaldi. born in 1678, in Venice was one of the most famous componists and classic pianists. Listen to his christmas song “Gloria in excelsis deo”:
The Beatles were a world-wide popular british pop and rock band, formed in 1960. Here’s their awesome good song “Hey Jude”:
Actually I’m not a fan of DJ Ötzi, born as Gerhard Friedle, from Austria. He’s well known as pop musician, entertainer and comedian. But his classic “Anton Aus Tirol”, is always funny, and a typical winter song for an Après Ski Party:
Grauzone, formed in 1980, was a swiss “Neue Deutsche Welle” and post-punk group. With their nice song “Eisbär”, also containing some electro elements, they reached the charts in Austria and Germany. Really a classic during the 80s! This video was remastered in 2010: