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Any classical music fans around?

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Powerstoned

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12-01-2012

Bach


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ThaBizness

Senior Member

12-01-2012

I rock Chopin quite often


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Elan Tedronai

Senior Member

12-01-2012

Mussorgsky

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iCEDfZgDPS8


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Kohana Sushi

Senior Member

12-01-2012

<3 Mozart


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Bilbosky

Senior Member

12-01-2012

I love me some Rachmaninoff.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HXobooC4XQo (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HXobooC4XQo)


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Umbasa

Senior Member

12-01-2012

adiago for strings is one of my favorite pieces of all time, if that counts.


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progenity

Senior Member

12-01-2012

try shostakovich's 5th symphony last movement, that is intense. Loved a prokofiev piano trio, forgot which one but it was on fantasia 2000 the one with the toy soldiers. If you haven't heard dvorak's 7,8,9th symphonies they are all great. Other cool songs: pines of the appian way from "pines of rome" by respighi, danzon no. 2 by marquez.

Check out some sibelius too, 1st and 2nd symphonies and violin concerto. If you're into string quartets, try debussy's, ravel's, and dvorak's "american" one.


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the flail

Senior Member

12-01-2012

Muzio Clementi. I have his book. Used to have about 50% of it memorized before I got into percussion more. I also like Maslanka's various symphonies, and Gershwin (although I dunno if you can really count Gershwin)


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