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    Classical Music, Anyone?

    I love to watch Gustavo Dudamel conduct. Dude always looks like he's possessed.

    Dvořák's Symphony No. 9 "From The New World" in E minor, Op. 95
    4th movement, Allegro con fuoco, common time, E minor, ends in E major

    Vivamus, moriendum est.


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    "L E X - T A L I O N I S"

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      #3
      I kinda like classical music. Turned down to just barely audible and snooze away. Mozart is my fav for that.

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        https://csagovernment.org/index.html

        http://deovindice.org/

        http://dixienet.org/

        http://leagueofthesouth.com/

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          https://csagovernment.org/index.html

          http://deovindice.org/

          http://dixienet.org/

          http://leagueofthesouth.com/

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            Wagner & DVOŘÁK --

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              Everyone should get to know this too.
               

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                #8
                Mum used to play this for us. everyone will know the beginning refrain of it - it's quite famous. What a lot don't know is how massively it amps up. Liszt is an astonishing composer and truly underrated.

                We'd nag all hell out of mum till she'd play it for us, which she did from memory. There are pieces in it where her hands would move too fast for us to see, and we'd go down the end of the piano and watch down the length of it as her hands flew along. At about 5:10 on this rendition of it is where the OMG would start. And just build, and build....

                fucking fantastic.
                 

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                  Oh and look here's another one.

                  I could always tell who was playing this in my family, even if I was in another room, because my mother and nana and sister sound so different. Different pedalling, different rubato. Everyone plays with their own fingerprint, but this piece is one everyone in my family has played.
                   

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                    With few exceptions, symphonic Zeppelin for instance, my taste in classical begins & ends here.

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                      La campanella by Liszt: always gives me a fit of childish giggles. This chick playing is a bit wafty to watch but look away because her actual playing is utterly superb.

                       

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                        I like when they play snippets on TV.
                        I don't know.

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                          #13
                          Originally posted by Absolutely! View Post
                          La campanella by Liszt: always gives me a fit of childish giggles. This chick playing is a bit wafty to watch but look away because her actual playing is utterly superb.
                          I'd hit it.
                          https://csagovernment.org/index.html

                          http://deovindice.org/

                          http://dixienet.org/

                          http://leagueofthesouth.com/

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                            #14
                            Originally posted by Absolutely! View Post
                            Everyone should get to know this too. Aram Khachaturian - Violin Concerto in D minor (1940)
                            So glad you mentioned Aram Khachaturian. He is not very well-known in the US.

                            Years ago I saw Aram Khachaturian's ballet "Gayane" and fell in love with his music.

                            Aram Khachaturian - Ayesha's Dance From Ballet 'Gayane'


                            Vivamus, moriendum est.

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                              Originally posted by Kimmy View Post

                              So glad you mentioned Aram Khachaturian. He is not very well-known in the US.

                              Years ago I saw Aram Khachaturian's ballet "Gayane" and fell in love with his music.

                              Aram Khachaturian - Ayesha's Dance From Ballet 'Gayane'

                              Very nice. - and very like him. My brother plays violin so we heard a lot of very loud Khatchaturian over the years.

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