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  1. Classical Music Discussion
    The origin of the Organ is Turkish according to a book I read.A sultan of Ottoman gave to Charlemagne, the first organ, this is how organ was introduced to europe, a Gift from a Calife, Just like Harp was introduced to Korean by persian sellers\traders as a gift long time ago. Cabezon & Jacques...
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    We are at the time of Gregorian music year 700-1000, were there, Gregorians chants that sound unusual, chromatic or minimalist, spectralist, atonal, so you guessed it, I'm looking for ufo oddity of foreign lore, a thing that should not exist so bold, even daring for its time? Any musicologist...
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    Here is my odd querry for sino-phile or musicologist of the far east or a knowledge Chinese, man or woman? Ever played Romance of 3 kingdom by Koei game when I had a nes this was one of my favorite game. also Destinty of an Emperor on Capcom. Have a nice peaceful & quiet day, under a pale blue...
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    Classical music & golfing you're way into mysterieous CD|LP's only trusting instinct! I stroke tree eagles this early month whit new releases!!! Ya!!! Wow what a bill we have here, I might had, Hildegard luxurious CD on Raum Klang (Germany or Austria einner German label whit ensemble I...
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    Weird or odd place in the Caucasus, well at least for occidental like me, Please someone answer this, is there out of this world beautiful etheric chants of ancient lore of these place, please? :tiphat:
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    Jehan Ciconia on side a, Jean Cygnone aka French, on side b we have intriguing composers at the dawn of early renaissance: Leonel Powel (1445), John Dunstable (1386--1453), Johannes De Lymburgia: rad!!! Johannes Brasart) hmmm never heard of this guy help me out here?
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    So you know me by now my comfort zone is renaissance but I do really appreciated some medieval stuff sometimes. This is a hard question to answer for me, but will try to respond the best I can possibly can? Ars Vetus: is charming for it's charming simplicity, straightforwardness of ancient...
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    Come on , let us acknowledge, medieval Sephardic music is refined and highly rhythmic and bold, sometimes plaintive, correct me if I'm wrong, and I really love what Naxos did for the splendid music of Spanish Jews. Utterly awesome (neologism) nice stuff, probably the uttermost quintessential...
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    Ha!!! Sir or madam of taste looking for ancient lore music? done at it's best to try ensemble organum, there fabulous newbies, the purity of vocal, the sound overall is majestic, I'm listening to a great recording, prestigious & noble, quintessential affirmative, mandatory credential listening...
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    There giga load of Medieval album, are all of them the same? nope... The medieval muse performed by- Serendipity & Simon Heighes, quit a wonderful selection of medieval ars antiqua to ars vetus early years fabulous, the Hildegard von Bingen is excellent on this album ,there are also anonymous...
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    Just as mutch as i've like Ars nova and Ars subtilior. Ars vetus was my first entry into medieval music, like most of you, i presumed, so it's more significant in appreciation to me. Name like Walther von Wogelwelde i.e is supreme to me or the great minnesinger(troubadour) Neidhart von...
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    Dear community, I am not an expert on classical music, therefore I am seeking for help from you. I am currently working with an artist on an audiovisual installation that will be installed in a swiss church. The visual part of the exhibition is the digital recreation and animation of a...
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    Ockay were am i heading whit this well i like the '' exotism'' of ancient instruments to name a fews the bowed psaltery but this you already know, than thanks to a TC menber here i learn about the theorbos somesort of big lute it sounded quite nice. What are your favorite ancient instrument in...
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    Ockay has far as i read on this they were orchestra in ancient egypt and sumerian culture. I was wondering if some of this music was preserve on scroll or stone tablets. I know for facts there were flute concert in ancient egypt, and instrument were know back in ancient sumer did some of this...
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    Ancient Greeks believed, that music can cultivate one's character and make him a better person, and ancient Chinese held a similar view, I think. Do you feel that listening to classical music makes you more moral? If so, which composers have positive "ethical" influence on you? If I had to...
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    Just came across this deal... It's PHENOMENAL!! Very strong music and every piece is a little jewel. Hard to beat :) http://www.amazon.com/dp/B001W1RFVS
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