I came across this music, which I think is a new release. This music is extremely unique; I have never heard a person play or write piano like this, so incredibly detailed. It is deeply affecting, and speaks to the soul and mind in a very intimate way. The composer is Mark Iter. I'll link the...
Pieces with well thought, simple, steady melody, like Chopin Nocturne Op9 No1 in Bbm
I seek pieces, i can't describe more like, as: Chopin Nocturne Op.9 No.1
Where simple melody, is a heart of the forest,
Where harmony hooks you,
where harmony is not changed rapidly, yet when it is...
I found a video of a piano competition, but the name of the pieces are not mentioned. I really fall in love with the second piece, so please if you know what it is, say it!!
You will help me, thank you very much!!!
Hello, it is I, Leclerc!
I am just kidding, it is me Lucashio, you may remember me from such threads as:Composers inspired by the "Natural, Cosmic & Mystical (but not dark) thread, and here I go again.
I have had an experience and I want more of it.
What I am looking for now is that uplifting...
I always am really impressed with how incredibly beautiful her voice was. In photographs she appears very, very pretty, too. I heard the Met let her go in the middle of her career. Does anyone know why. On the radio her voice is almost as beautiful to me as Sill's was, and that is saying a lot...
Numerous examples exist where a great composer looked upon the past for inspiration. In doing so, he infused the past with the latest development to write new, beautiful music.
Therefore I think the past is a critical source for writing new music in many cases.
Best with some examples to show...
Please help me? :)
What I need is basically a piece energetic enough to help me stay awake while I'm trying to study.
I've looked into Palestrina and Haendel, and while I found them very beautiful and intense, I don't think that's what I need here.
Thanks in advance! :tiphat:
I stumbled upon a small concerto when I was in Italy and I recorded this, I cannot find any information on the song and I would absolutely appreciate it if anyone can help me!
It's one of the most beautiful pieces I've heard.
This is King Carl-Gustaf and Queen Silvia of Sweden wedding. It's a really long video so I apologize for that! :(
Need help identifying the music that starts at 19:47 and ends at 25:00. It's absolutely beautiful! Please and thank you!
I was listening to Glazunov's ballet, and a beautiful traditional production. This piece let me to believe Alexander Konstantinovich Glazunov was indeed a great composer. One beautiful movement after another, strong harmony and all immediately accessible, composed near the turn of the century...
Hello, I am inviting everyone to come and listen to my third album on Bandcamp entitled Oddities.
The album is an assortment or collection of songs I have made through out the years. It is rough around the edges, based entirely on improvisation, and lacking in any technical skill though I...
I am new to classical music, and I have a few Mozart pieces in my collection, it is really beautiful, but I don't now their names. Could someone please help me identify these songs?
Thank you very much!
http://video.pbs.org/video/2365409629/ Did anyone see the Richard Tucker Gala this year. I thought it was extraoridinary! The winner, Michael Fabiano, was handsome, very trim and a wonderful performer. Joseph Calleja has one of the most beautiful tenor voices I've heard in years. Pretty Yende...
There was a song I found somewhere in my Windows XP system about 5 years ago - I have recreated what I could remember in FL Studio (please find the MP3 attached). Any ideas what this could be? I think it's a really beautiful piece. That must be why it lasted in my head for the past 5...
Christmas eve of 1947.
A cold evening in Venice, the sea seemed to be wild and untamed,
the gondolas were resting impatiently at the docks.
Piazza San Marco was unusually quiet and as I was sitting at the Cafe Florian,
I could see the first lights turned on in the square,
telling me that night...
I borrowed a copy of Arthaus' Dance on Screen from the library. I enjoyed it overall, but I wouldn't consider actually purchasing a copy...
around the thirty-seven or thirty-eight minute mark it showed a clip from a Danish Public TV program featuring a piece choreographed by...