Bach "yo yo Ma" Suites

Antonin Dvorak -  Piano Quartet No. 2; Romantic Pieces; Sonatina (1996) [Stern, Ax, McDonald, Laredo, Yo-Yo Ma]

Antonín Dvořák - Piano Quartet No. 2; Romantic Pieces; Sonatina, Op. 100 (1996)
Isaac Stern violin, Emanuel Ax piano; Robert McDonald piano; Jaime Laredo viola; Yo-Yo Ma cello

EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 315 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 197 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included
Genre: Classical | Label: Sony Classical | # SK 62597 | Time: 01:08:30

Antonin Dvorák's Piano Quartet No. 2 is one of the greatest chamber works of the 19th century (as are many of Dvorák's chamber compositions). Written in 1889 at the request of his publisher Simrock, it is a big, bold work filled with the Czech master's trademark melodic fecundity, harmonic richness, and rhythmic vitality. The first movement is a soaring, outdoor allegro with an assertively optimistic main theme accented by Czech contours and Dvorák's love of mixing major and minor modes. The Lento movement's wistful main theme is played with a perfect mixture of passion and poise by cellist Yo-Yo Ma. The music alternates between passages of drama and delicacy in this, one of Dvorák's finest slow movements in any medium. The Scherzo's stately waltz is contrasted by a lively, up-tempo Czech country dance. The finale is a high-stepping, high-spirited allegro with a strong rhythmic pulse that relaxes for the beautifully lyrical second subject. The development is a satisfying combination of motivic variety and strict structural logic. Dvorák packs a lot of music into this movement that lasts less than seven minutes. Ma and colleagues Isaac Stern, Jaime Laredo, and Emanuel Ax bring the same excitement, virtuosity, and cohesiveness to this work as they did in their recordings of the Brahms piano quartets.
Yo-Yo Ma - Yo-Yo Ma Plays Ennio Morricone (2004) [2.0 & 5.1] PS3 ISO + FLAC {RE-UP}

Yo-Yo Ma - Yo-Yo Ma Plays Ennio Morricone (2004) [2.0 & 5.1]
PS3 Rip | SACD ISO | DST64 2.0 & 5.1 > 1-bit/2.8224 MHz | 55:49 minutes | Scans included | 3,71 GB
or FLAC 2.0 Stereo (converted with foobar2000 to tracks) 24bit/88,2 kHz | Full Scans included | 1,01 GB
Classical / Soundtrack | Features Stereo and Multichannel surround sound

Recorded with the Roma Sinfonietta Orchestra, Yo-Yo Ma Plays Ennio Morricone sees the American cellist tackle some of the legendary Italian composer's most famous film scores. Produced by Morricone himself, the 2004 release features new arrangements of iconic soundtracks from The Good, The Bad and The Ugly, Cinema Paradiso, and Once Upon a Time in America, alongside lesser-known works from The Mission, A Pure Formality, and The Legend of 1900.

Yo-Yo Ma - Portrait of Yo-Yo Ma (1989)  

Posted by amusic at May 21, 2010
Yo-Yo Ma - Portrait of Yo-Yo Ma (1989)

Yo-Yo Ma - Portrait of Yo-Yo Ma (1989)
Classical | CBS Masterworks MK 44796 | EAC Rip | FLAC (tracks + cue, log) | 01:06:01 | 269 MB

Yo-Yo Ma is considered the most talented cellist of our time. Through his tremendous creative genius and the popularity of his compositions, he has raised the profile of classical music and drawn fans throughout the world. This CD is a perfect match of excellent recording quality and the incredible performance.

Yo-Yo Ma - Bobby McFerrin - HUSH -flac-  

Posted by juanchito at Feb. 12, 2008
Yo-Yo Ma - Bobby McFerrin - HUSH -flac-

Yo-Yo Ma - Bobby McFerrin
source: CD | FLAC | RAR | 189 MB | audiochecker.log

Yo-Yo Ma - Appasionatto  Music

Posted by SaintStyle at May 13, 2007
Yo-Yo Ma - Appasionatto

Yo-Yo Ma - Appasionatto
iNstrumental | 2007 | VBR~192 | 93mb

Label: Sony Classics | Release: January 9, 2007

Never before available on a single compilation, the 15 tracks here represent the entire span of Yo-Yo Ma’s recording career (1978-2006), beginning with his elegant first recording of Saint-Saëns’ “The Swan” and culminating in three new tracks recorded especially for this CD. Romance, passion, and beauty cascade from his bow on highlights like Piazzolla’s “Soledad,” Mendelssohn’s “Song Without Words” (played with longtime partner Emanuel Ax), John Williams’ “Going to School” (taken from a theme featured in Memoirs of a Geisha), “Doce de coco” from Obrigado Brazil with Paquito D’Rivera on clarinet, Gershwin’s Prelude No. 2, “First Impressions” from Appalachia Waltz, the Largo from Vivaldi’s "Winter" Concerto (from The Four Seasons) played with the Amsterdam Baroque, and much more.

Yo-Yo Ma Plays Ennio Morricone  Music

Posted by kiku at July 30, 2006
Yo-Yo Ma Plays Ennio Morricone

Yo-Yo Ma Plays Ennio Morricone
Genre:classic | MP3 192 Kbps | Oct 12, 2004 | 84.15 Mb

Composer: Ennio Morricone
Conductor: Ennio Morricone
Performer: Yo-Yo Ma, Gilda Buttà
Orchestra: Roma Sinfonietta

Learn to Yo-Yo Crochet (Annie's Attic: Crochet)  

Posted by ksveta6 at Sept. 10, 2011
Learn to Yo-Yo Crochet (Annie's Attic: Crochet)

Learn to Yo-Yo Crochet (Annie's Attic: Crochet) by Wendy Harbaugh
DRG | 2010 | ISBN: 1596353147 | English | 34 pages | PDF | 12.65 MB

Explaining a way to create yo-yos through crochet and using an “assemble-as-you-go” method for projects, this instructional booklet shows crafters how to use yo-yos for faster results. By making yo-yos with crochet, stitchers can make crafts that require little to no postassembly and do not need yarn tails hidden or stitched together. Featuring step-by-step photo instructions for the patterns and the finished work, this collection features eight projects including fashion, home décor, and afghans.

Yo-Yo Ma Plays Cello Masterworks: Box Set 8CDs (2013)  Music

Posted by Discograf_man at Oct. 29, 2016
Yo-Yo Ma Plays Cello Masterworks: Box Set 8CDs (2013)

Yo-Yo Ma Plays Cello Masterworks: Box Set 8CDs (2013)
Classical | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 1,33 Gb | Covers 17 Mb
Label: Sony Classical | Release Year: 2013

Yo-Yo Ma Plays Cello Masterworks is an eight-CD box set of previously released material recorded in the 1980s and 1990s, and presumably so familiar to his fans that the package doesn't even come with a booklet. It really is a no-frills affair, right down to the thin cardboard sleeves that repeat the same photograph on the box, instead of offering original cover art. But the greatest disappointment is that only three of J.S. Bach's Six Cello Suites were included, so listeners seeking them should forego this budget package and find the complete suites, which Ma recorded twice.
Heinrich Schiff - Johann Sebastian Bach: Cello Suites (2005) 2 CDs

Heinrich Schiff - Johann Sebastian Bach: Cello Suites (2005) 2 CDs
EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 600 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 350 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included
Genre: Classical | Label: EMI Classics | # 7243 5 86534 2 7 | Time: 02:04:56

In the '80s there were those listeners who thought that Heinrich Schiff might redeem cello performance practice from fatal beauty and lethal elegance. Aside from the burly and brawny Rostropovich, more and more cellists were advocating a performance style whose ideals were perfect intonation and graceful phrasing. In some repertoire, say, Fauré, these are perfectly legitimate goals. In other repertoire, Beethoven and Brahms, say, it is a terrible mistake. In Bach's Cello Suites, as the fay and fragile Yo-Yo Ma recordings make clear, it was a terminal mistake. Not so in Schiff's magnificently muscular 1984 recordings of the suites: Schiff's rhythms, his tempos, his tone, his intonation, and especially his interpretations were anything but fay or fragile. In Schiff's performance, Bach's Cello Suites are not the neurasthenic music of a composer supine with dread and despair in the dark midnight of the soul, but the forceful music of a mature composer in full control of himself and his music.

Bach - The Cello Suites (Steven Isserlis) (2007)  

Posted by Ebisu at Aug. 3, 2013
Bach - The Cello Suites (Steven Isserlis) (2007)

Bach - The Cello Suites (Steven Isserlis) (2007)
Classical | Eac, Flac, Img+Cue, Log | Covers | 512.26 MB
Label: Hyperion | Catalog N.: CDA67541/2 | TT - 137:08

One could, as cellist Steven Isserlis evidently does, consider Bach's six suites for solo cello to possess a hidden "inner" program following the Joyful, the Sorrowful, and the Glorious Mysteries of the Christian faith. One could thus hear the First Suite as the Nativity, the Fifth Suite as the Crucifixion, and the Sixth Suite as the Resurrection – or not, depending on one's aesthetic tastes and spiritual inclinations. But whether with or without an "inner" program, these performances of the suites are still completely convincing. It's true that Isserlis isn't interested in showing off his technique; although his playing is essentially flawless, it never calls attention to itself the way, say, Yo-Yo Ma's playing sometimes does.