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    I like Moonlight Sonata and the Nutcracker Suite, I know, how boring.

    I also like the Tristan and Isolde opera for personal reasons.

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    Bestest:



    This one is really nice also:

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    I had to look through this entire thread to make sure my favorites hadn't already been posted.

    I have a thing for the violin, so some of my favorite pieces feature it prominently. Here are two I absolutely love:

    "Zigeunerweisen (Gypsy Airs)" by Sarasate, played here by Itzhak Perlman.


    And "Introduction et Rondo Capriccioso in A minor, Op. 28" by Saint-Saens, played by Joshua Bell.


    But when it comes to piano concertos (concerti?) no one, in my opinion, is better than Mozart.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackDog View Post
    I like classical music, but don't know a lot of theory.

    So, I was wondering if anyone else out there liked classical music, or at least certain pieces. Under classical, I'm including baroque, classical, and romantic periods.

    What pieces or composers do you prefer? Specific pieces would be great, because I'll try to listen to them if I haven't.

    I myself like Vivaldi a lot, especially his concertos.

    For a specific piece, I like Schubert's Serenade and the 1812 concerto of Tchaikovsky.
    Mozart, Brandenburg Concerto No.5.
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    danse macabre- saint saens

    symphonie fantastique- hector berlioz

    pictures in an exhibit- modest mussorgsky

    intermezzo from carmen is one of the most lovely things I've ever heard

    I like music without words though... sometimes things are expressed more clearly that way
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    Music provides one of the clearest examples of a much deeper relation between mathematics and human experience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whatever View Post
    danse macabre- saint saens

    symphonie fantastique- hector berlioz

    pictures in an exhibit- modest mussorgsky

    intermezzo from carmen is one of the most lovely things I've ever heard

    I like music without words though... sometimes things are expressed more clearly that way
    I love the guillotine part in symphonie fantastique...btw, the entire "plot" as it were, sounds like something from Edgar Allan Poe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by grey_beard View Post
    I love the guillotine part in symphonie fantastique...btw, the entire "plot" as it were, sounds like something from Edgar Allan Poe.
    you're quite correct there... though the end would probably gain Lovecraft's approval as well

    perhaps I have a bit of a morbid streak though... currently listening to Mozart's version of Dies Irae
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