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Re: Your Most Loved Classical pieces...

Post by sherce11 » 24 May 2016, 10:35

almost anything by Camille Saint-saens--favorites include Danse Macabre and Introduction and Rondo Cappricioso for violin

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Post by Oberon_61 » 03 Jun 2016, 14:53

There's no way I can stop at one! Rach 3, for it's otherworldly beauty and mind-blowing magnificence; Beethoven's symphonies 6, 7, and 9; Bach's Brandenburg no. 4; Shostakovich's piano concerto no. 2; Barber's violin concerto; and, of course, Mozart's "Jupiter" symphony. These are all equally excellent, and particularly recommend attending a live performance of the Beethoven 9 and Rach 3, if you get a chance. The energy and brilliance that radiate from the stage is absolutely transporting!

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Post by Stefanus Kristian » 05 Jun 2016, 07:23

I like the works of Johann Strauss II, remind me of the circus atmosphere;
The Four Seasons (Autumn, Spring, Summer, Winter) by Antonio Vivaldi;
The famous Symphony No.5 - Beethoven & First Movement by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart;
Vienna Blood;
Worth mentioning: Ride of the Valkyrie, Richard Wagner - numbers of old movies using this classical piece, Toccata And Fugue, Johann Sebastian Bach - many old horror movies using this song.

Ahh, almost forgot it, Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2, remind me about how well Tom & Jerry mimicking this into parody. On some sense, Tom & Jerry's ending version sounds better.

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Post by AutumnPhillips » 19 Jun 2016, 17:17

The Aria from Bach's Goldberg Variations (played by Glenn Gould -of course- or Maria Tipo!)

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Post by lolashoes » 30 Jul 2016, 22:21

I love Claire de Lune by Debussy
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Post by BookSavvy90 » 01 Aug 2016, 15:44

Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata. Best classical piece I've ever heard. <3
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Post by Mely918 » 04 Jun 2018, 23:48

Canon in D by Johann Pachelbel. It's such a beautiful masterpiece. I absolutely love how all the instruments harmonize with one another to create such a powerful piece, just like a cannon.

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Post by gkgurley » 12 Jun 2018, 15:11

Any and all Bach!

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Post by klwoodford » 28 Jun 2018, 02:39

Moonlight Sonata by Beethoven, hands down.

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Post by Alvan159 » 28 Jun 2018, 02:54

Moonlight Sonatha

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Post by Tfree » 04 Jul 2018, 12:21

Ravel's Piano Concerto and Left-Hand Piano Concerto, also his string quartets; Beethoven's Pathetique Sonata, 7th Symphony, and string quartets; Stravinski's Violin Concerto, Berg's Piano Sonata and Violin Concerto; Bartok's string quartets; Elliot Carter's string quartets; Chopin's Etude Opus 10 No.3 in E Major, Bach's C# minor Prelude and Fugue from WTC Book 1.

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Post by KatSims92 » 05 Jul 2018, 15:10

So many! The first composer that pops into my mind is Tchaikovsky. I love how enchanting his music is.

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Post by Charlyt » 26 Oct 2018, 02:13

Mozart is always reliable for me, especially Piano Sonata No. 15 in C.
There're also Chopin's Piano compositions (too many to mention).
Also Danse Macabre by Saint-Saens.
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