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Classical Selections to Enjoy - by NearertoGod

Classical Selections to Enjoy
Classical Music

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Vermeer - The Concert



Relax and enjoy numerous selections of classical music from your favorite composers - new or known, young or old - everyday.

Please drop a request in if you like. I don't mind getting new ideas.
 
9/14/09 - Baroque Music

The beginning of 'Summer' by Vivaldi from his 'The Four Seasons'


Autumn Excerpt


Winter


Performed by I Musici (1988)
 

godbe4me

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Yeeesssssssssssssssssssss,

:dance::dance::dance:



I just can't wait. Thanks sister

I look forward to this new thread
 
9/14/09 - Orchestral Works

Claude Debussy Orchestral Works:

Nocturnes
Nuages (Clouds) -


Sirenes (Sirens)


Maurice Ravel's Bolero (6 minute version - original runtime 15 minutes)


Ralph Vaughn Williams' The Lark Ascending played by Janine Jansen

Part 1:
Part 2:
 

godbe4me

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Dear sweet sister,

I am listening to these wonderful masterpieces while posting and surfing around. Do you think you can find some piano pieces?

Thanks so much for starting this thread.

Be blessed sister,

Godbe4me
 
Of course. I will dig you up some right now. :)

Dear sweet sister,

I am listening to these wonderful masterpieces while posting and surfing around. Do you think you can find some piano pieces?

Thanks so much for starting this thread.

Be blessed sister,

Godbe4me
 
Before we say Good Night - Classical Music to the End the Day

Before we say
Good Night
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Classical Music to End the Day
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Claude Debussy's
Clair de Lune



Good night everyone -

New works coming tomorrow.


 
9/15/09

Arvo Part:

(Fratres for Cello and Piano - This song was also featured in the movie 'There Will be Blood' - )

Messiaen:

Note: Messiaen's music is sometimes very modern, so if you do not like that type of music, you might not like his 'Quartet for the End of Time'. However, his organ works are superb!

(Interesting fact: Messiaen wrote the 'Quartet' while in a German concentration camp)
 
One of my favorite choral pieces to sing in HS was 'Alleluia' by Randall Thompson.

He knew how to write a tenor part!

Also 'The Road Not Taken' from his Frostiana series.

'Simple Song' from Bernstein's Mass
 
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