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  1. Classical Music Discussion
    This is a good one, see Pierre Luigi Da Palestrina I've got into first, his format his blueprint, his pallet of colors (chromaticism). While Tomas Louis da Victora, at first I find him too drab liturgical for my liking until I would listen to the following, but this change when I heard Nordic...
  2. Classical Music Discussion
    I confessed & admited, at first i did not like Lee pierrot Lunaire opus.27, now it's one of my favorite schonberg works, this is quantum physic, a hard to swallow mix of conceptual theatrical dark jazz operatic symbiosis.Now im thinking of buying an Lp of 1951 conducted by Arnold Schonberg, i...
  3. Today's Composers
    sorry i havent been posting for awhile, just have been really busy with football since we have a lot of away games and lots of long bus rides to play teams on indian reservations. in a nutshell: i find it really easy to come up with ideas, but turning them into a full song is a struggle. noone...
  4. Solo & Chamber Music
    I have just got into Dvorak's chamber music, I am a bit of a beginner but I love the American and the E flat Major quintet which I found on a bargain cd of the Janacek Quartet/Vienna Octet. I have heard the 13 & 14 are brilliant quartets and want to get a good recommendation for a nice pairing...
  5. Composer Guestbooks
    I wish sutch things exit , because i heard one of his organ work on naxos and i have cosmos consciousness and i came to the following conclusion Messiaen was one of the best and most brilliant organist ever. Does a box-set exist for his organ work only?
  6. Composer Guestbooks
    In my opinion, she is the Rauschenberg of classical music composition. Vocals and modal harmony is a brilliant mix from her.
  7. Composer Guestbooks
    One of the most abstract Japanese composers living today. His work includes some brilliant piece with the flexatone here.
  8. Solved Cases (archive)
    Hello, I was watching a rather interesting documentary on Margaret Drabble from the 1960s, when early in the video this beautiful, melancholic piece of music started playing, and since I've been unable to identify it! It would be brilliant if you could help...
  9. Non-Classical Music
    Brilliant experimental to the nth degree.
  10. Non-Classical Music
    One of my favorite all time singers: Her sultry voice still fixates me on her brilliant lyrics.
  11. Recorded Music and Publications
    I was looking for recordings of George Gershwin piano music on youtube, my only source, and came up with Bluelight. What is it? Doesn't sound authentic somehow. This is more what I was looking for: Brilliant!
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