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  1. Classical Music Discussion
    Hi everyone. My first post here. When I was maybe around 10-12 or so, I had an album, the specific title of which I can not recall, but it was an introduction to Classical Music for children. It consisted of two gentleman playing piano. They would sort of banter back and forth as they played...
  2. Classical Music Discussion
    Hello everyone. I have just edited a new article about "Youth and Classical Music" on virtualsheetmusic.com, and I'd love to have your opinion about it: Youth and Classical Music - How to solve the crisis? The article has been written by Jennifer Vose, our senior editor and excellent writer...
  3. Classical Music Discussion Polls
    This thread is about child prodigy composers from the past and in particular which ones are your favorite judging by the music they wrote when they were children. There is an incredible amount of music, great music written by the composers when they were child prodigies. History has never been...
  4. Off Topic Pub
    ...They do things differently there. This is a thread for posting your insights into history, or for posting amazing things you've discovered about the way people thought or acted. Hopefully it is not a thread for patronising the people of the past, or for having a laugh at 'quaint...
  5. Classical Music Discussion
    I've heard some famous composers have written classical pieces for kids (to practice/ learn). But I can't recall exactly who... do you know of any Classical pieces/collections meant specifically for children? I suppose it's mostly piano music, but it can be of any era/ any instruments.
  6. Classical Music Discussion Polls
    I was reading more about the life of the great man, one of the greatest composer who ever lived. Something that really hit me as giving the man even more respect was that he must have had a very hard life raising his big family. Twenty children, half died at infancy, one wife died young, local...
  7. Blog
    It was a day for "light"... melody-laden opera/operettas: Richard Tauber was a singer of incredible natural fluidity... perfectly suited for Viennese operettas... which is what he was most known for. I have the marvelous Dutton recording of his songs/arias from Lehár. This disc featured less...
  8. News, Concerts and Events
    But seriously... :lol: Has anyone seen this movie? It really made me think about why I love music and what I'd like to do with it. For so long, I loved how music impacted ME and I loved how it made ME feel, and what I could do with music, MY improving abilities, etc... But now, more than ever, I...
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