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    Default ~ Classical Music Appreciation Thread ~

    [YOUTUBE="GKkeDqJBlK8"]Pavane for a Princess[/YOUTUBE]

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    I like Vivaldi... specifically the four seasons.
    But these few songs are from echochrome, a PSP game, they have become my favorites nowadays. Composed by Hideki Sakamoto.

    [YOUTUBE="sigq3AlsbTU"]Prime 2[/YOUTUBE]
    [YOUTUBE="HVL90YM8rL8"]Prime 5[/YOUTUBE]
    [YOUTUBE="AvDfMZNXmro"]Prime 7[/YOUTUBE]
    [YOUTUBE="dS1R7tP9anY"]Prime 919[/YOUTUBE]
    [YOUTUBE="qxthSJ9zYU0"]9973[/YOUTUBE]
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    I enjoyed Pavane for Dead Princess.
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    More Baroque really, but wonderful.

    Anyone who enjoys Vivaldi's Four Seasons, especially "Summer" will likely enjoy this very much. Dedicated to the architectural works of Pallido

    [YOUTUBE="9sluHJGcxek"]Pallidio[/YOUTUBE]


    A version with Mandolins:

    [YOUTUBE="w9wmaHQbm_c"]Pallidio--Karl Jenkins[/YOUTUBE]

    For comparison:


    [YOUTUBE="yY2Ugpst9VY"]Summer[/YOUTUBE]

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    [youtube="ifKKlhYF53w"]One of my favorite Rachmaninoff pieces, plus humor[/youtube]
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    That is funny, Ivy.


    [YOUTUBE="kbZYzoidkYU"]This is the one I was trying to find this morning.[/YOUTUBE]

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    Seriously don't post Palladio. That is one of the worst and cheesiest orchestral pieces known to existence. Please open your musical mind a little wider.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heart View Post
    [YOUTUBE="GKkeDqJBlK8"]Pavane for a Princess[/YOUTUBE]
    Ah! I played this in high school! It was sooo boring to play.

    But still a good song.
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    I like Palladio but I think the diamond people kind of ruined it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ivy View Post
    I like Palladio but I think the diamond people kind of ruined it.
    It is a very different experience to listen to the whole piece as it is meant to be heard than to just hear the ending all alone, I think.

    Quote Originally Posted by lemons View Post
    Seriously don't post Palladio. That is one of the worst and cheesiest orchestral pieces known to existence. Please open your musical mind a little wider.
    Suppose for a moment, just to humor me, that I listen to what I like and I like what I like based not on impressing Mr. lemon but on pleasing myself? And good grief, what an arrogant assumption to think that just because I like a piece you have deemed unworthy that I don't listen to wider variety of music.

    I mean it's totally fair for you to say that you don't like the piece or that you think it is cheesey. It's another thing entirely to think it's your place to tell me what I may and may not post in the thread and then to say that I need to widen my musical mind.

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