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Classical Music?

Discussion in 'Music Department' started by Robo, Nov 18, 2018.

  1. Robo Heretic

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    Would love to hear some of your favorite Classical works. Modern classical works, too.

    Here are some of mine.





     
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    I'll be franck. I'm not gonna liszt any super well known pieces. We should start chopin down on people who do, or we'll have bach to bach posts of the same shit. I won't be able to handel that, and end up haydn on you all.


    Liszt - La Campanella
    Bach - Bwv 1052
    Paul Mauriat - Alouette
    Bach - Bwv 1001 Presto
    Paul de Senneville - Mariage d'Amour
    Bach - Badinerie
    Domenico Scarlatti - Sonata in D minor, K. 517
    Bach - Bwv 997 Gigue/Double
    Manuel Ponce - Sonata Romantica 4th mvt
     
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    We all know you’re supposed to start on DeBussy and finish on the Bach.
     
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    I see you really like Bach! He was an amazing, legendary composer and I really love his music. Do you know "Little" Fugue in G Minor? That's currently my favourite piece from him.

    Well, my turn:
    - Allemande in G Minor (BWV 836) | Johann Sebastian Bach
    - Air with Variations in C Minor (BWV 991) | Johann Sebastian Bach
    - "Little" Fugue in G Minor (BWV 578) | Johann Sebastian Bach
    - Nulla In Mundo Pax Sincera (RV 630) | Antonio Vivaldi
    - Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 (Orchestral Version) | Franz Liszt
    - The Magic Flute: Queen Of The Night Aria | Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
    - Die Wut über den verlorenen Groschen | Ludwig van Beethoven
     
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    Little Fugue is freaking awesome. I really dig those minor/diminished sounding pieces. Thank you

    Night Aria has been one of my faves since I was a kid.
     
  6. Harmonie Crazy Woodwind Lady

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    I've been thinking of posting in this topic forever now, but it just requires a lot of thinking for me since classical is one of my top genres. I will say that I have a distinct preference for the Baroque, Early Music (Medieval/Renaissance), and Impressionistic styles/eras, though.

    So, first up Baroque. Baroque is simply delightful. I could post so many more pieces than this.

    Spoiler:

    Starting off with a piece featuring the best instrument ever:
    Oboe Concerto in D Minor: II. Adagio - Alessandro Marcello


    Some obligatory J.S. Bach:
    The Art of Fugue, BWV 1080a: Fugue 3 (Contrapunctus 2)


    Brandenburg Concerto No. 1 in F Major, BWV 1046: I. Allegro


    The Fugue from Toccata and Fugue "Dorian"


    Jepthe: Plorate Filii Israel - Giacomo Carissimi


    In the Baroque era, even opera is good. =P:
    Dido and Aeneas: Part III (the last half or so of it... Roughly?) - Henry Purcell


    Early Music:

    Spoiler:
    O Sacrum Convivium - Thomas Tallis
    (originally a vocal composition, but this recorder ensemble rocks it)


    Piece Instrumentale - Robert Morton


    Danceries - Claude Gervaise


    E Dame Jolie - Anonymous (13th century)


    Resvellies Vous - Guillaume Dufay


    Rose, Liz, Printemps - Guillaume de Machaut


    Lasso! Di Donna - Francesco Landini
    (I know, a pop artist? But I actually really like this)


    I wanted to post a whole lot more, but it's getting late, so here's just a few more modern gems I love for now:

    Spoiler:

    Requiem Op. 48 - Gabriel Faure


    A Severn Rhapsody - Gerald Finzi


    English Folk Song Suite - Ralph Vaughan Williams


    The Planets: Neptune - Gustav Holst
    (I know, I know, The Planets, pretty cliche, but worthy of its popularity)


    The Rite of Spring: Mystic Circles of the Young Girls - Igor Stravinsky
    (Another cliche, but worthy)
     
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    I do listen to quite a bit of classical but I always have a hard time remembering the names of the pieces.

    As far as Neo-Classical is concerned, Two Steps from Hell is an obvious one and I'm really into Zack Hemsey and Adiomachine.

    Here's a recent one I heard. Gets the blood bumping,

     
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    Not "Classical" as in European 18th century, but I thought I'd share "the oldest song in the world."



    The ancient Near Easterners invented a lot of things, including rudimentary musical notation. This piece from 1400 BC is the oldest yet discovered.

    This particular performance by Michael Levy must however be regarded as an interpretation, as the notation might not encode all information that a modern performer would want. It's also not certain that Levy's instrument is exactly identical to the instrument the piece was written for.
     
  9. pfft Shittiest Nf Poster

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    I AM THAT CLASSICAL MUSIC WHORE...

    I been getting into a lot of Rachmaninov lately and Ravel


    But my go to is always my boys Chopin and ever nocturne in existence !! His raindrops also a goodie

    And ofc the ole Ludwig Van and his moonlight sonata and every other piece by him ever

    I also LOVE LOVE LOVE carnival burana which is kinda opera I guess but ... I need it in my life
     
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