Classical music lovers dating


I put my 2 yr old daughter to sleep everynight listening to the classical station.. AARON COPLAND, is one of my faves..."appalachian spring", and "fanfare for the common man" rocks! I've studied classical piano for 24 years...could say I'm a fan. As an organist, I have a new found appreication for Bach - I'm determined to master the Toccatta and Fugue in D.Just to name a few of the composers I like: Beethoven, J. ...was the first composer to incorporate jazz rhythms into symphonic music.semi-classical, GERSHWIN'S "rhapsody in blue", does it for me... A German band named Haggard has always been known for doing an absolutely incredible fusion of classical and extreme metal. How about Symphony 40, especially the last 3 movements (mozart)or the Requiem? Anything Bach..was a rich sound that obeyed different rules, the Baroque.Other than the two F minor fugues in the Well-Tempered Clavier, all I could find is a Prelude and Fugue in F minor BWV 534 for organ.I'm marginally familiar with it, although I can't recall the tune.



Lot of his stuff can be downloaded so check him out you won't be disappointed!MOZART'S concerto in 21G, is the next best thing to making love...aaaah! Technical perfection with fire and passion in modern interpretation, - the results are truly amazing. Obliq..an interesting list...minimalists, serialist and then "La Mer"..a contrast. I've tried to duplicate Mozart on Nylon Guitar...it's acxtually very simple (not easy to play, not simple that way) but there are no great stretches between chords.I love La Mer...outstanding....me...serialism is intellectual music for the sake of being intellectual. Mozart/Vivaldi/Bach/Vaughan Williams violin by Nigel Kennedy, the quintessential violinist. She is completing a new cd, not sure when it is suppose to be released. The scales are all the same on guitar, no excessive travelling over the fretboard. I have software that will allow me to compose a symphony...String Quartet by Witold Lutoslawski"Desert Music" and "Different Trains" by Steve Reich"Atlas Eclipticalis" by John Cage. Listen to this opera and all your troubles will disappear. 1 by Arnold Schoenberg"Verklaerte Nacht" also by Arnold Schoenberg"La Mer" by Claude Debussy Devil_Chicca, Rach 3? A German band named Haggard has always been known for doing an absolutely incredible fusion of classical and extreme metal. Lento - Sostenuto Tranquillo Ma Cantabileperformed by Dawn Upshaw. Leoncavallo: Pagliacci performed by Luciano Pavarotti. Hard not to shed a tear once you know whats going on.

Can last several hours, but it's a fascinating piece."Heroes Symphony" and "Koyannisqatsi" by Philip Glass"The Rite of Spring" by Igor Stravinsky. Technical perfection with fire and passion in modern interpretation, - the results are truly amazing. I collect movie scores so I won't start listing them, way too many composers. I am talking about the end of the first act, the famous solo.3. It used to take 4 days to watch this, but I believe if your lucky enough to find it, its now 3.

My absolute favorite cds are, starting with the best. To me the most powerful piece of music is: Henryk Gorecki: Symphony 3 "Sorrowful Songs"1. This is based on an old tale and many of you have already heard bits and pieces from it.4.