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    yang2o9 Member KH_fan's Avatar
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    Default Your all time favorite classical music?

    Mines is Canon in D and Danse Macabre

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    Decomposed Member Al's Avatar
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    Mozart's Piano Concerto No. 21 in C, the first movement

    Edit: Aww, I just realized that I haven't listened to it in months.

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    Padryho Member lighting gem 1992's Avatar
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    I haven't heard much classical but latly I have had to find a violin solo so lets see.... I think my favorite is Chaconne for violin by J.S Bach, (there is an awesome video of Mr. Heifetz playing it on youtube) and I also like Sarabande in G minor that I am currently learning by Bohm.

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    Liszt - Transcedental Etude No. 4 in D Minor 'Mazeppa'

    Milchh's Transcription & Arrangement Request Thread!


    Repertoire
    Bach: Prelude and Fugue in Bb minor, WTK Bk. II
    Schubert: Piano Sonata in A minor, D. 845 Op. 42
    Satie: Desiccated Embryos
    Debussy: Étude No. 1, 'pour les cinq doigts' L. 136
    Prokofiev: Piano Sonata No. 7 in Bb Major, Op. 83
    Rachmaninoff: Piano Concerto No. 1 in F# minor, Op. 1


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    Dildoman Member Thorn's Avatar
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    toss up between Ravel Gaspard de la Nuit, Scriabin Vers la Flamme and the Rach 3 concerto
    1/4 of the IRC Pyro Quartet

    <Gekkeiju> I doubt sperm would taste good on your cereal=]

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    Various things, totally smitten with Albeniz's Iberia suite

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    Liszt - Hungarian Rhapsody no. 2 !

    I even love that Tom & Jerry chapter named "The cat concerto" in which this composition is played by Tom. hehe
    "Do you behold... King Arthur... the continuation to your dream?"

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    Shenanigans. Member Pantalaimon10's Avatar
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    Whitacre's Lux Aurumqe - any arrangement.
    Mad props to Eternal on yet another awesome set. Sleep
    Where clouds of dreams give second sight . . . - . . . . . . . . .
    What dreams may come both dark and deep
    Of flying wings and soaring leap
    As I surrender unto sleep. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .~Eric Whitacre

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    L'Apres Midi d'Un Faune, Sacre de Printemps, Nuages and Ravel's Rapsodie espagnole.
    I play the English horn.

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    Dildoman Member Thorn's Avatar
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    Nuages meaning the Debussy Nocturne?

    i love the Nocturnes- Sirenes is my favourite.
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    <Gekkeiju> I doubt sperm would taste good on your cereal=]

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    I particularly enjoy Fetes. But you misse La Mer!

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    Dildoman Member Thorn's Avatar
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    ive only heard the piano arrangement of La Mer
    1/4 of the IRC Pyro Quartet

    <Gekkeiju> I doubt sperm would taste good on your cereal=]

    Currently practicing
    Various things, totally smitten with Albeniz's Iberia suite

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thorn View Post
    Nuages meaning the Debussy Nocturne?
    Yup.
    I play the English horn.

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    The Four Seasons concerti-Vivaldi

    Trying to teach myself to play them. So pretty...

    Maybe I'm a devil inside...

    Siggy done by the wonderful Eternal (thank you so much, I don't have Photoshop or anything like that)
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    If you don't know who he is, look him up on Wikipedia.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lighting gem 1992 View Post
    I haven't heard much classical but latly I have had to find a violin solo so lets see.... I think my favorite is Chaconne for violin by J.S Bach, (there is an awesome video of Mr. Heifetz playing it on youtube) and I also like Sarabande in G minor that I am currently learning by Bohm.

    Lightning Gem
    Sarabande, eh?
    I played that piece in a quartet a few years back, and I really liked it. Heh.
    I don't even remember how it sounds like, though I still have the sheet music. x3

    I personally really like Pavane and Canon in D. I think Pavane's too easy (the arrangement I have), but Canon in D isn't exactly sight-reading material for me. A little out of my range unless I practice; I play the clarinet. That's four sharps. I'm just too busy to practice it.

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    Mozart's: Symphony#40 (first movement)

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