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The Classical Music Thread.
 
# 1 : Wednesday 12-6-2013 @ 03:07
 
 
The old one must be locked so a thread to post any wonderful classical music titbits you come across.

This is beautiful in its simplicity.

Chinese traditional musical instruments play Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto in D Major, Op. 35

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# 2 : Wednesday 12-6-2013 @ 17:09
 
 
adagio by albinoni. its about a man who falls in love with a homeless girl but his family forbids him from seeing her. sometime later he decides to go look for her to find out that shes died. its a lovely piece of mucic. about 8 mins long but i think worth it.

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# 3 : Wednesday 12-6-2013 @ 17:17
 
 
I'll always remember the first time I heard that adagio.
I was driving on the 5 freeway going to work in Burbank.
I was listening to the local classical music station on the radio.
I was so moved by the beauty of the piece I had to pull over to the emergency lane to listen to it (there is a hefty fine for stopping in the emergency lane in non emergency conditions), and sat there for a good ten minutes after it finished. I was late for work because of it.
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# 4 : Wednesday 12-6-2013 @ 18:09
 
 
andre rieu,le cygne.

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# 5 : Wednesday 12-6-2013 @ 18:23
 
 
il silencio.

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# 6 : Wednesday 12-6-2013 @ 23:08
 
 
Two very different choices


I was at the NCH for this one:



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# 7 : Thursday 13-6-2013 @ 00:40
 
 
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# 8 : Tuesday 18-6-2013 @ 20:46
 
 
fur elise.

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# 9 : Tuesday 18-6-2013 @ 21:17
 
 
moonlight sonata.

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# 10 : Thursday 11-7-2013 @ 02:13
 
 
mantovani.lonely ballerina.

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# 11 : Wednesday 21-8-2013 @ 01:21
 
 
*bump*

Someone said :
There are some pieces from Classical music that I just adore - pieces that are timeless, elegant and beautiful. This thread is for Gaireans to post their favourite pieces of classical music.

I will start with Johann Sebastian Bach's superb Air On a G String, composed and first performed in 1723. This will still be listened to in 2723 I reckon.


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# 12 : Wednesday 21-8-2013 @ 01:29
 
 
Pachelbel's Canon (c.1694)

This timeless and haunting piece from the Jacobean era was lost to music until its rediscovery in 1919. It has since found its way into innumerable songs, including Cleo Laine's How, Where, When from 1980 and The Farm's All Together Now from 1990.



PS: Apologies Elat - didn't see yours.
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# 13 : Sunday 3-11-2013 @ 21:03
 
 
There is a Canadian young fella who plays the piano.
He is quite talented. There are a couple of YouTube clips of an interview done with him when he was 14.
He is now 18 years of age.

his name is Jan Lisiecki

(for some reason I can't post a link)




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# 14 : Sunday 3-11-2013 @ 21:08
 
 
Des Indes Galantes (Jean Philippe Rameau):

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# 15 : Monday 4-11-2013 @ 00:28
 
 


Beethoven's Sonata in A major Op. 101
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