Posted On:11/17/2005 6:15am
Style: None at Present
Originally Posted by BenwaMandelbrot
Nothing like a bit of Ludwig Van when getting ready for a bit of the old in-out in-out.
This is the correct answer :)
Tchaikovsky, Bartok, Debussey (currently learning Claire de lune) are all very nice for Piano, but Chopin definitly is the best for me, due to the sheer imersity of his pieces... they all have so much feeling.
I am a rather poor pianst at best, Chopin is far beyond me, +++Rep to anyone who can manage Fantasie Impromptu.
I was learning the piece by Chopin from the movie 'The Pianist' the one that gets played at the start and the end, however could anyone tell me the name of the piece he plays to the german soldier?
Thanks alot, glad to see there are some other classical music likers.
Posted On:11/17/2005 9:07am
am i the only one who likes american composers
phillip glass's koyanisqatsi or heroes symphony
steve reich's train thingy
Posted On:11/17/2005 11:32am
Originally Posted by Mr_Mantis
If you want intense, check out Bartok.
Don't forget Stravinsky.
Posted On:11/17/2005 5:03pm
Style: Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu
I just want to thank each and every one of you on this thread for providing me with a nice list of new music to listen to.
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Posted On:11/17/2005 9:33pm
Style: Tatsumaki Senpuu Kyaku
Sibelius oWnz j00!
Violin > *
Posted On:11/17/2005 9:48pm
beethovan and pacabel fan here...not sure on the on either of the names to tell ya the truth lol
Posted On:11/17/2005 10:26pm
Style: Boxing, Solar Ray Attack
I've always been a fan of Gershwin for pure listenabliity. (american in paris, blue, etc)
Chopin is also good stuff
with violin there are lot of really good ones, Debussey, Saint Saens and Faure's sonatas are nice
He was punching him like the collective karmic debt he'd accrued was coming to collections, mostly on his face.
You secure that **** Hudson!!
Posted On:11/18/2005 1:10am
Style: Wing Chun/BJJ
Ahh chopin - I have a pianist friend who can play one of his Mazurka's (don't know if there is only one or many?) - I think it sounds very haunting and cool.
There used to be a great game called Elite (old school) and it had cool classical music on it - baba yaga, in the hall of the mountain king (think that was the name of it) and some wagner pieces of course.
Come to think of it, it actually might've been Elite 2 that had some of those pieces on it..but anyway... :mblah05:
P.S Claire de lune is awesome.
Posted On:11/18/2005 3:04am
Style: Wing Chun
This is also a good one: Dvorak - The new world.
On a dark winter sunday afternoon if you have 3-4 hours free nothing beats Götterdämmerung by Richard Wagner. It doesn't suit a sunny day and a light mood though.
Posted On:11/18/2005 7:32am
Whoever mentioned Philip Glass has good taste... I recently played one of his pieces for a school music performance assessment, did ok... If anyone's interested, it's the theme from the 'Truman Show', called 'Truman Sleeps'. Currently listening to 100000 People.
Yeah, Clair de lune is awesome, but I hit a wall today... Chopin must have had the most deformed hands...
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