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    Default Classical Music

    I know we have classical thread somewhere, I'm just not gonna necro it...

    anyways surfin you tube I stumbled across this kid who plays one of the best renditions of Fur Elise ever. Reminded me how sad I am that I gave up playing the piano when I was a kid and how much I regret it now that I'm grown and I realize its my favorite instrument.

    Just curious if theres any other people out there who like classical piano sonatas and the like


    i like
    Mozart - Turkish March
    Beethoven - Fur Elise < favorite
    Tchaikovsky - 1812 Overture
    Mozart - Hungarian Dances
    and one called K.549 i think... dunno who its from but i like it.


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    Prokofiev - Dance of the Knights

    Made of epic grandeur and loveliness. There are some other ones I like but I've fogotten the names.

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    I've learned to play some on the guitar (acoustic and electric; don't have a classical)

    Current favs:

    Fernando Sor - Andante In E Minor and Andantino Opus 44 No.03
    Bach - Air On G String
    Beethoven - El Deseo and Fur Elise

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    Classical music is beautiful.
    I learnt prelude in c by J.S.Bach which is probably one of my favourites but I like alot of other classical music.
    I know alot of composers but i dont really know what the pieces they play are called :S so i'll just name the composers i like, they are...
    J.S.Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, F.Chopin, A.Vivaldi, G.F.Handel, J.Brahms, P.I.Tchaikovsky, and more lol

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    My favourite one is Tchaikovsky.I like Bach and Vivaldi's Four season.

    My favs,recently:
    Bach-Brandenburg Concero No.3
    Bach-Concerto in D Minor for Two violins
    Tchaikovsky-Swan Lake-Ballet Suite(I'm not so sure about the name,though)
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    I play violin. W0000t~!!

    Dvorak - From The New World...is easily my favourite piece of Classical music of all time.


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    I still adore Pachebel's Cannon in D
    I can't get enough of that piece of music.

    If we include choral pieces:
    The Hallelujah Chorus is amazing, and awefully fun to sing
    Carmina Burana (I don't know if this counts, but we're singing it in my choir, not QUITE classical really, but closer to that. OH MY GOODNESS but it's FUN to sing, and we have a great group of guys enough to split them into 1st tenor, 2nd tenor, baritone and bass <3 <3 <3)

    @Steal
    Mozart - Turkish March
    Beethoven - Fur Elise

    These are both excellent as well.

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    Sabre Dance by Khatchaturian

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    I'll stick with the "BIG THREE" for now:

    Bach's Art of Fugue contrapuctus #11
    Bach's Brandenburg concerto #5 1st mov.
    Bach's Partita for violin #2, 5th mov.
    Bach: "Allein Gott in der Höh sei Ehr" for organ

    Beethoven's 9th symphony the 1st two movs.
    Beethoven's Piano Sonata #32, 3rd mov.
    Beethoven's Piano Concerto #3, 1st mov.
    Beethoven's Cello Sonata #3, 1st mov.

    Mozart's piano concerto #20 1st mov.
    Mozart's piano concerto #22 2nd mov.
    Mozart's piano concerto #24 1st mov.
    Mozart's piano concerto #25 1st mov.

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    Beetohvens 9th and pachabels cannon ftw

 

 
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