Classical Music Lovers

This group is a place to talk about your experiences with Classical Music. Are you an appreciator? Do you play an orchestral instrument? Piano? Done any conductingr? What turned you on to Classical Music? Is it important to keep it alive? Who are your favorite composers and why?

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Pagodes (Pagodas) composed by Claude Debussy Youtube "Pagodes" evokes images of East Asia, which Debussy first heard in the Paris World Conference Exhibition of 1889, and later again in 1900. It makes extensive use of pentatonic scales and...
By Rossy92 8 0 comments VA Jan 20
I'm interested in all kinds of so-called classical music from the early 1400's to the present but particular interests include my 20th-century gods, Debussy, Mahler, Schoenberg, Berg, Carter, Berio, Boulez, and Stockhausen; Berlioz; Mozart's operas; ...
By Tassilo-David 1 1 comments GA Nov 25, 2018
Enno again.If you haven't seen the film. Once upon a time in the west.This is the finale Youtube
By Xanadutoo 7 1 comments UK Nov 18, 2018
Paganini Caprice 24 - Hillary Hahn Youtube
By SpcTrkr91 4 1 comments CO Nov 18, 2018
I like a lot of Ennio Morricone's music. Youtube
By Xanadutoo 7 1 comments UK Nov 18, 2018
This is to nice not to be classical Youtube
By Xanadutoo 7 1 comments UK Nov 9, 2018
Described as "Australia's poet of the piano" Isador Goodman died 36 years ago. It wasn't until late in life that he gained the widespread, in Australia, popularity that he did.In 1944 following and joining the bandwagon of" the extraordinary ...
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By FrayedBear 9 2 comments Australia July 23, 2018
Hay I'm new on here! So I thought I'd say hi
By Bella10 3 0 comments CA June 22, 2018
Hi everyone, I’ve had a chat with your moderator, Waterbaby, about combining our two groups because each of the two groups seem to be struggling for vitality. She said she had forgotten she started this group :-) and asked whether I would undertake...
By dede18 7 2 comments CA May 30, 2018
Got that right
By SonOfABeach 7 1 comments NE May 11, 2018
Alexander Scriabin Late Piano Works: Scriabin was one of the first composers to make a complete break from conventional tonality. It has been conjectured that the stature of his legacy might have been as highly regarded as others more well known that...
By Rossy92 8 1 comments VA Apr 29, 2018
Alexander Scriabin Mid-Period Piano Works: Scriabin's middle period piano works are where he begins to truly break away from conventionality, yet still manages to maintain the accessibility of his early works. He was now making the transition from ...
By Rossy92 8 1 comments VA Apr 29, 2018
I invite you to listen to recordings of my chamber music.at [soundcloud.com]
By RRRRComposer 4 1 comments MA Apr 28, 2018
New Opera based on Gabriel Garcia Marquez' work. Click past the ad to get to the Arsht website. ..[arshtcenter.org]
By Krish55 7 0 comments FL Apr 24, 2018
Fan of Vaughn Williams here, especially 'The Lark Ascending". It makes me think of the dichotomy between a simple hardworking life as in a Brugle painting of peasant farmers vs. the spirit of an artist (the lark) soaring above the life of mundane ...
By TerriCity 7 0 comments FL Apr 23, 2018
To complete my introduction to Scriabin's early piano music I will present to of my favorite preludes, both in a major key, one introvert, the other extrovert. The op. 11 no. 9, I consider to be a small scale masterpiece. In the span of less than two...
By Rossy92 8 0 comments VA Apr 23, 2018
The etude op. 2 no. 1 of Alexander Scriabin also offers a good introduction to his early period music, and a complement to the previous etude op.8 no. 12. Also in a minor key, but this time of an introverted character, it was composed when he was 15 ...
By Rossy92 8 0 comments VA Apr 23, 2018
Probably my favorite classical composer is the Russian pianist-composer Alexander Scriabin (1872-1915). He was a contemporary of Rachmaninov, and composed 5 symphonies, 1 piano concerto, 10 piano sonatas, and many smaller piano works such as ...
By Rossy92 8 1 comments VA Apr 23, 2018
This is my favorite version of one of the Classical music pieces most widely known to the general public, Claire De Lune by Claude Debussy. I feel this guitar performance is the equal of any of the traditionally performed solo piano or orchestrated ...
By Rossy92 8 0 comments VA Apr 18, 2018
Passacaglia (or Passacaille) in D major by S. L. Weiss (a Baroque composer contemporary with Bach), is a piece well known wi Classical guitar circles, but relatively unknown in the wider Classical repertory. I feel it deserves to be as well known as ...
By Rossy92 8 0 comments VA Apr 18, 2018
For me, Classic Music was an acquired taste. Once I acquired the taste, my appetite has been insatiable. For nearly 25 years now, my appreciation for the Classical genre has grown exponentially... I don’t know that I have a favorite composer. As so...
By Newt57 4 1 comments AZ Apr 14, 2018

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