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Classical Music

Booyakasha

Booyakasha

Legendary Member
The essence of it all. The paramount mastery of music...

Symphonies, Sonatas, Operas, Suites, Fugues, Concertos, etc. - Share some good tunes in here -


Vivaldi - Le quattro stagioni / L'estate (Summer)

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Brahms - Op 116 #2 in A Minor (Fantasies)

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Beethoven - Moonlight Sonata (1st mvt)

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Grieg - In the Hall of the Mountain King

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Mozart - Symphony No. 25 in G minor

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Beethoven - Symphony No.7, Op.92 mvt 2

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  • a59

    a59

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    I love classical music, it's the mother of all music.
    Already posted this in another thread but deserves another mention
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    Ennio Morricone is one of the best classical music composers, i love his work.
     
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    O-Angel

    Member
    Tchaikovski, the Master...

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    Booyakasha

    Booyakasha

    Legendary Member
    One of the greatest assembly of notes in the history of music

    Bach - Cello Suite No. 1 Prelude

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    Booyakasha

    Booyakasha

    Legendary Member
    Aaah so good...

    Rachmaninoff - Prelude in C sharp minor

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    Last Knight

    Member
    Orange Room Supporter
    This should be also praised in the "Interesting Musical Performances" thread but I thought of giving Booyakasha a hand here.

    0:59: There's something about these transcendent notes that just breaks through my heart and soul and I don't even know what it is. Beautiful octave leap.
    2:30-3:05: Crescendos are just sublime.

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    Booyakasha

    Booyakasha

    Legendary Member
    This should be also praised in the "Interesting Musical Performances" thread but I thought of giving Booyakasha a hand here.

    0:59: There's something about these transcendent notes that just breaks through my heart and soul and I don't even know what it is. Beautiful octave leap.
    2:30-3:05: Crescendos are just sublime.

    Only a fool would refuse such an alluring offer :)

    What a loss that Luciano... Wish I had the chance to lend my ears to his voice...

    Here he is (was) singing Un aura amorosa by Mozart - such control...one of my fav arias

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    ecce homo

    ecce homo

    Well-Known Member
    Enjoy:

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    And for the Opera lovers I strongly recomend this recording of "La Fida Ninfa":

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    My Moria Moon

    My Moria Moon

    Legendary Member
    Orange Room Supporter
    Johan Sebastian Bach was not a composer of music. He was one of those envoys from somewhere who appear once every 500 years or so for a quick delivery.



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    Salome

    Active Member
    Maria Callas singing Puccini

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    ....and Giordano

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    The Moonlight Serenade

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    Salome

    Active Member
    Grieg: Peer Gynt

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    Shostakovich

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    From the Swan Lake:

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    From the genius:

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