google something related to classical music? see IDAGIO's ads, newsletter in my email inbox? see IDAGIO's ads, a zillion paid articles with positive shill reviews written in the same week by countless major news outlets and blogs, I wish their product was as half as good as their aggressive...
I wonder if some classical composers did some time in jail, deprofundis want to know all and everything, who is blacklisted because suspected of homicides, rapes, holocaust denier or revisionist, etc something verboten, who were, classical composers and mobsters per se or career criminal, double...
Hi there. I've just heard this piece and I want to know more about it. I would thank you so much if you help me with its identification. It was recorded from the radio, so please excuse me for the bad quality of the audio. I think it is an extract of a first part of a symphony.
Thank you so much!
I was wondering how the quality of Bluetooth speakers would be if I were to use it across the room from my iPad?
I think that the quality wouldn't be so bad dependent on having a high bandwidth handled by the wifi.
After the many lists and scathing critiques of composers and music, I cannot help but to post this in response.
Music is emotion. One is drawn to a work because of that emotion, that power that music evokes within us. It just may be that a certain piece, no matter how obscure, may speak to some...
Hey, i've found this song and i just loved it, but i can't find what it's called..i've tried EVERYTHING and my resolution was joining this nice forume..
"Sorry for bad english"
The song i'm trying to find :
Thanks for any help!!
I got myself listening to it a lot during the last year. I would like to hear your opinion about good performances.
My favorite are: Gieseking (despite the bad quality sound) and Arrau`s from Final Session.
From the modern lot, I have sympathy for Bavouzet.
I can't stand Tchaikovsky since the very beginning. Too Disney-ish for me most of the time. So I kind of look somewhere else whenever our paths cross. I know it's bad and all of that, but I am sure some of you have the same unavoidable feeling about some other composers. :devil:
I was just thinking about the famous works that are usually referred to by their nicknames, and about the nicknames that don't fit. The two that came to mind were Beethoven's "Moonlight" and "Tempest" sonatas, both nicknames given by publishers/biographers because of myths on what the music is...
I need some help to identify a piece of music I've heard in the movie Bad Santa.
Please can anyone be so kind to help identify the song for me and help me finish my search ?
In the link, you can hear it in the beginning of the video, when the kid gets off the bus :