Discussion in 'Arts & Entertainment' started by Agent327, Jun 22, 2009.
Bach, Well-Tempered Clavier Book 1 (performed on piano)
Bruckner Symphony No. 4
Also Borodin Symhpony No. 2...the first movement held so much promise...
General comment: Feel free to comment on musical contributions, but at least accompany it with a choice of your own. I'd also like to reiterate if people can provide links, please post them!
Would have mentioned this myself as I very much enjoy Glenn Gould's recordings. Also his rendering of the Goldberg Variations.
http://www.youtube.com/results?sear...gould+goldberg+variations&aq=1&oq=glenn+gould (various parts performed)
(Ar regards Cage's 4'33'' I reckon any composer/musician will appreciate an audience to remain quiet for the duration of a piece. It is the main reason I personally prefer recordings over live performances, as I find any noises from the audience quite distracting.)
various excerpts from Fauré's Nocturnes here: http://www.youtube.com/results?search_type=&search_query=faure+nocturnes&aq=f
Mahler - 3th symphony >Das trunkene Lied<. Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, Riccardo Chailly conducting.
http://www.youtube.com/results?search_type=&search_query=mahler+3rd+symphony&aq=0&oq=mahler+3 (various movements)
Never understood why the intricate 4th movement's Das trunkene Lied (after Nietzsche's Also sparch Zarathustra) is followed by the "Bimmm-bammm..." chorus of the 5th and last movement...
Tchaikovsky concerto #1; sounds a bit like this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BWerj8FcprM except a superior version.
eh? Is that not the 3rd Symphony he renamed, not the 5th? And there is a 6th Symphony?
Listening to "Flight of the Valkaryies"
Makes me want to go invade Poland.
Beethoven had 9 symphonies. The 3rd one, originally the "Bonaparte" symphony, was renamed the "Eroica" symphony after Napoleon crowned himself emperor.
Bach - Toccata and Fugue in D minor (and the version in Gyruss).
Haydn Violin quartet "Fifths"
Rachmaninov - 2nd Piano Concerto 3rd movement.
Holst - Mars from The Planets
Mozart - Piano Concerto No.20 - I Allegro
Bruckner Symphony No. 4, 4th Movement
Mozart: Don Giovanni
(first half classical, second half sucks)
Mozart - 40th Symphony 4th movement.
One of his few minor key works.
Arvo Pärt - De Profundis
Arvo Pärt - Magnificat
Arvo Pärt - Cantus in memoriae Benjamin Britten
Arvo Pärt - Te Deum
Dvorak - 9th Symphony (New World) 4th movement.
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