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    Igor Stravinsky - from Three Movements from Petrushka - Davide Cabassi

    Just amazing piano. the 3 movements are so different. I love the first the one, its like christmas in NY.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iLikeFlickerstick View Post
    Igor Stravinsky - from Three Movements from Petrushka - Davide Cabassi

    Just amazing piano. the 3 movements are so different. I love the first the one, its like christmas in NY.
    The first movement does sound like a celebration. Maurizio Pollini made an outstanding recording of Petrushka and it's still my favorite.


    Arnold Schoenberg - Verklärte Nacht, Op.4, IV - Herbert von Karajan, Berlin Philharmonic

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    Franz Schubert - String Quintet in C Major (Part 1)



    Franz Schubert - String Quintet in C Major (Part 2)


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    Claudio Monteverdi - from Vespro della Beate Vergine - Jordi Savall et al

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    Maurizio Pollini - Feux d artifices (Claude Debussy)


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    Alexander Scriabin - Piano Sonata No. 5, Op. 53 in F sharp major - Sviatoslav Richter


    Sergei Prokofiev - Sonata no.6, op.82 3rd movement - Sviatoslav Richter
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hadamar View Post


    Debussy - Clair de Lune - John Williams and Julian Bream
    I love that song so much

    I really like classical music and listen to it a lot when I am doing homework, but I don't know the names of the songs. There was one of the Vivaldi pieces I fell in love with but I am not sure which it is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ria View Post
    I love that song so much

    I really like classical music and listen to it a lot when I am doing homework, but I don't know the names of the songs. There was one of the Vivaldi pieces I fell in love with but I am not sure which it is.
    Hate that when it happens. I just have to remember the song till I hear it somewhere else lol.

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    Jean Philippe Rameau-Tristes Apprets, Pales Flambeaux


    Jean-Joseph Mouret- Rondeau

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ria View Post
    I love that song so much

    I really like classical music and listen to it a lot when I am doing homework, but I don't know the names of the songs. There was one of the Vivaldi pieces I fell in love with but I am not sure which it is.
    It was probably something from The Four Season.

    My favorite is the first movement from Concerto No. 4 in F minor, Op. 8, RV 297, "L'inverno" (Winter), although not necessarily this recording by the Berlin Philharmonic, conducted by Herbert von Karajan, who people joked was insufficiently de-Nazified after WWII.


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    Jeux Interdits



    Gustav Holst-Venus, The bringer of Peace

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    Default Pachelbel's Canon in D

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    Pachelbel's Canon in D Major. Performed by Slovak Chamber Orchestra.
    Nice. I don't listen classical music much but Pachelbel's Canon in D is one of my all time favorite classical music. I have an album of it. It is worth to introduce the flute performing here.



    James Galway's version seems to be the best. But I cannot find one on YouTube.

    James Galway perform The Lord of the Rings:

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    If you love cello, you MUST get this album. It's my all-out favorite. I'd love to get my cello skills up to this guy's level but that's pretty doubtful.


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    Gioacchino Rossini - Overture to The Barber of Seville - Roger Norrington and The London Classical Players


    Gioacchino Rossini - Overture to The Thieving Magpie
    - Roger Norrington and The London Classical Players
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    Edvard Grieg - Morgenstemning (Morning Mood)



    Jean Sibelius - Finlandia (Skip to 1:16, the part from 6:24-> is the best)


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