Audio and Video Samples

Please visit this page often for samples of music by faculty and students, including the Sound Check CD collection featuring graduate composers and performers.
 
Sound Check is available either by digital download or on CD. To obtain your copy of Sound Check One, Two, Three or Five, e-mail your request (including your name and address) to publicity@music.ucsd.edu.
 
Video is presented here in QuickTime or Real Video format. Audio is presented in MP3 format. Click to download QuickTime or RealPlayer.
 
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The Media presented here is related to János Négyesy

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Soirée for Music Lovers- February 2010

- (02/14/2010 17.5 mins)


Soirée for Music Lovers, Valentine's Concert on February 14, 2010 at UCSD Faculty Club.Antonin Dvorak - Bagatelles, Op. 47.


Vimeo Video


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Violin+

- (05/09/2009 14 mins)


On May 9th, 2010 János Négyesy premiered Violin+, a collaboration with Lee Ray with movement by Rebecca Bruno and sculpture by Fred Thieme. The concert was part of a noon-4 pm Open House at the Department of Music’s new Conrad Prebys Music Center.


Youtube Video  |  high-res ATV Quicktime  |  high-res iPod Quicktime


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Mozart Sonatas - János Négyesy and Yvonne Lee

- (02/05/2008 72 mins)
Description: Violinist János Négyesy and pianist Yvonne Lee perform Mozart's sonatas for violin and piano.

low-res iPod Quicktime


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János Négyesy in Concert - 2006

- (10/20/2006)
Works for Violin and live electronics

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Soirée for Music Lovers

- (04/21/2006)
with János Négyesy and Friends. Celebrating Mozart's 250th birthday.

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A Tribute to Will Ogdon

- (02/06/2006 86 minutes, #11305)
UCSD TV Productions
This program pays tribute to composer Will Ogdon with a program of his chamber works: Two Kechwa Songs, Three Machado Songs, Four Tonal Songs, Oratory, Variation Suite for Violin and Viola, String Quartet, and Six Small Trios. Featuring interviews with Will Ogdon and longtime colleagues, including, violinist János Négyesy.

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Négyesy/Nykter: Violins and Computers

- (10/22/2004 52 minutes, #9071)
UCSD TV Productions
UCSD's Päivikki Nykter and János Négyesy present Violins and Computers. Five premiere performances are combined with multi-media and sound imagery.

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Fifty Soirées and Counting

- (07/04/2003 86 minutes, #6819)
UCSD TV Productions
UCSD-TV and the UCSD Music Department celebrate the 50th performance in the popular Soirée for Music Lovers series with highlights from past programs, plus interviews with founder János Négyesy and key participants.

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Soiree for Music Lovers - May 2002

- (07/05/2002 58 minutes, #6337)
UCSD TV Productions
Acclaimed violinist János Négyesy and colleagues from UCSD perform popular 18th and 19th century chamber works.

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Negyesy/Nykter: Violins and Images (Four Premieres)

- (06/01/2001 87 minutes, #5664)
UCSD TV Productions
UCSD's Päivikki Nykter and János Négyesy present violins and images. Four premier performances are combined with multi-media and sound imagery.

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Short Circuits

- (09/22/2000 20 minutes, #5216)
UCSD TV Productions
Composition by Igor Korneitchouk perfromed by Jånos Négyesy and P?ivikki Nykter. In Short Circuits, two violins are engaged in a music of sound effects. Objects such as paper clips, chopsticks, a wire whisk, pieces of paper, etc., constantly alter the timbre of the violins.

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UCSD Conversations: Burbidge, Négyesy, Epstein

- (10/19/1994 58 minutes, #1215)
UCSD TV Productions
In this episode of UCSD Conversations, Professor Margaret Burbidge discusses her studies in astronomy, János Négyesy, the acclaimed contemporary musician, describes his violin techniques, and Professor Steven Epstein of the UCSD Sociology Department explains his work.

The Quicktime presented here is the 12-minute interview with János Négyesy.

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Fluxconcert

- (09/21/1991)
János Négyesy & Allan Kaprow

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