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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.

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    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:

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    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:

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    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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