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    Dear Helenora im lisening to english madrigals of Philippe Rogier , the melody of his would be: Laboravi in gemitu meo, i defenatly love this has a gem of renaissance , Rogier his that good.


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    Quote Originally Posted by deprofundis View Post
    Dear Helenora im lisening to english madrigals of Philippe Rogier , the melody of his would be: Laboravi in gemitu meo, i defenatly love this has a gem of renaissance , Rogier his that good.

    amazing. I'll try to find it. It seems to be a rarity.
    It looks like I've found it
    The Choir of King’s College London
    David Trendell conductor

    is it what you are listening to?
    Last edited by helenora; Feb-22-2017 at 10:26. Reason: found the piece of music :)
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    Hello, I'm new here and my melody of the day is Beethoven's an die ferne geliebte sung by Ben Johnson and Sholto Kynoch. Heard here on this new podcast available free from iTunes! (Not a bad show either!)

    https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/...205018951?mt=2

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    Quote Originally Posted by Figarola View Post
    Hello, I'm new here and my melody of the day is Beethoven's an die ferne geliebte sung by Ben Johnson and Sholto Kynoch. Heard here on this new podcast available free from iTunes! (Not a bad show either!)

    https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/...205018951?mt=2
    A very warm welcome to Talk Classical Figarola, hope to see more of your music taste.
    First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win.
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    Melody of the day Dear Helenora would be, from the cd of Luca Marenzio, quinto libro, from an obscur madrigalist called Antonio Bicci Candide Perle La compagnia del madrigale, please enjoy this gem...this splendid gem.

    Anecdote of the day i visit a friend he where injured in the back his appartement was sloppy full of crap i clean up the mess in 20-25 minutes,he would insit no you dont have to do this i will do it later, than i said it's my duty, he said what duty, i said my moral duty has a friend, he said thank you i said to him , nah ! dont thank me, it's a pleasure to help-out.

    It felt good for the karma
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    post deleted.........
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    Tatiana Troyanos sings Rossini songs - LIVE!
    For Rossini's birthday.
    First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win.
    "Mahatma Gandhi"

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    Dear Helenora, i wish to send you the utter best melody, here what come to mind since im insomniac, two kilometric Motets of the great, the credential ,intemporal, geneous of the English of his time, mister Thomas Tallis, now here are these two motets
    im divided between these two:

    On the cd Virgin and Child (Signum label)

    Gaude Gloriosa Dei Mater or...Videte Mirraculum

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    watched "Love and friendship" and discovered this one by Vivaldi....but maybe I've heard it before,,,anyway this movie has wonderful soundtrack.
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    Benjamin Appl "An die ferne Geliebte" L. van Beethoven
    Wonderful voice.
    First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win.
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    I'll see your Beethoven, Pugg, and raise you one Schumann:



    This seems to me a much more masterful and moving performance by Benjamin Appl. Of course, he'd had about six more years' experience when the Schumann was recorded in 2016 and "Dichterliebe" is more rich with possibilities for the performers compared with "An die ferne Geliebte".

    The only drawback is that we do not get to see the singer - surely the handsomest baritone on YouTube.

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    Miss Battle is gorgeous in this video!
    and one of the most beautiful pieces ever composed
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    Quote Originally Posted by helenora View Post


    Miss Battle is gorgeous in this video!
    and one of the most beautiful pieces ever composed
    And seeing Beverly Sills at first makes my day.
    First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pugg View Post
    And seeing Beverly Sills at first makes my day.
    yes, I know Beverly Sills is amazing.
    I think my admiration of Miss Battle is partly due to her unusual character too
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    Kiri Te Kanawa Die Lorelei Franz Liszt
    First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win.
    "Mahatma Gandhi"

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