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[Classical music] discussion thread.

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  • Walrus von ZeppelinWalrus von Zeppelin Registered User


    I can listen to this two or three times a day. Incidentally, it was broadcast on German radio to mourn Hitler.

  • lonelyahavalonelyahava Mortius is correct Move to New ZealandRegistered User regular
    Most of my collection is cello. And most of that is Bach (coincidentally his cello concertos played by YoYo Ma). But what I don't have of Bach's I have Mendelsohn, Beethoven (Brandenberg concertos used to be my 'go to sleep' music in high school). I have recently fallen in love with this piece :



    It doesn't have to be Jacqueline Du Pre, but she is just plain amazing.

    (Kol Nidrei is the name of the prayer and service that is said in synagogues the night before Yom Kippur).

    This piece just smacks me upside the head and I can listen to it on repeat constantly.

    Another group of symphonies that I am working on getting is The Planets, but I can't remember who by.

    I miss my classical station from back home...

  • valhalla130valhalla130 13 Dark Shield Perceives the GodsRegistered User regular
    Richard Wagner's Die Walküre is one of my favorite pieces. I also love Mussorgsky's Pictures at an Exhibition and Scheherazade by Rimsky-Korsakov. I really like bombastic music. I love Tchaikolvsky's 1812 Overture. And I third, or fourth, The Planets. I just downloaded the entire thing and am enjoying it.

  • JustinSane07JustinSane07 __BANNED USERS regular
    I know nothing about classical music.

    But putting Symphony Hall on my SiriusXM and being in traffic is fucking relaxing as hell. It's also great to put the windows down and blare it to everyone else.

  • HamjuHamju Registered User regular
    This is the best concert and it's so awesome that the King's Singers uploaded the whole thing.


    Also, this is another extremely informative piece of music. If you can understand everything that's going on in this video then you've got a pretty strong grasp of music history and theory.

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  • Cameron_TalleyCameron_Talley Registered User regular
    Love me some PDQ Bach and the King's Singers.

    Here's my contribution...Faure.



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  • azith28azith28 Registered User regular
    When i was younger i found a package of 20 Classical music CD's for 20 bucks....it included all the really well known ones as well as stuff from the romantic period and one that i didnt expect to care for but found really good...Gregorian Chants.

    Its a very relaxing thing to listen to. Just clear beautiful voice that lingers in the soul.

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  • LoveIsUnityLoveIsUnity Registered User regular


    Debussy is the jam. I used to listen to this every day for, like, months. Now, I am a bit more restrained and only listen to it every week.

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  • MatthewMatthew Registered User regular
    Alright, I need to ask you guys something, I heard a song on the radio today called the "Sound Barrier." I only caught some of it, and that it was being done by a British composer, Sadly I can't find a trace of the song anywhere on the 'net. Can anybody help?

  • KlatuKlatu Registered User regular
    I could probably dig up a bunch of game compositions that I really like, but I'll just settle for leaving this movie one here.



    Nearly anything done to this music is instantly epic, especially if timed to coincide with 3:23 :) I wash the dishes to this and I rarely complain.

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  • SquirrelmobSquirrelmob Registered User regular
    edited August 2011
    I really like Tchaikovsky and Berlioz.

    This might be my favorite piece of instrumental music:
    http://www.youtube.com/embed/QwCuFaq2L3U

    I also am a fan of Mozart and Beethoven and Wagner and Liszt and so on.

    As for more contemporary composers, I really really enjoy Phillip Glass (though I understand why some people don't)

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