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  1. Classical Music Discussion
    There Gesualdo rendition is an exemple, what a rendition this is folks, I will agree on the following statement some people find this ensemble too baroque music sounding for renaissance, maybe, maybe not... judge by yourself, they have nice velvety voices. I happen to have also De Wert madrigals...
  2. Solved Cases (archive)
    When I was young my mother used to play a classical work for me on our cd-player, the cd is long lost but i wish to listen to this memory once more. It starts in the distance and builds up over time, as if moving closer. My mother told me it resembled the caravans moving through the desert, but...
  3. Non-Classical Music
    Since I joined the forum I have written only to the opera section. But then I thought that there are other places too. To me the Carpenters are something special. When I listen it feels like everything is all right and it soothes me. Especially Karen's voice is especially moving.
  4. Solved Cases (archive)
    Hi all. I have two pieces that I know I know, but there names won't come to me. I've tried to play bits from them on the piano (sorry about the sound quality). So the first one: I remember this phrase being so moving in this orchestral piece (I'm guessing Rachmaninoff?) The second: I feel...
  5. Off Topic Pub
    I am just wondering what you think about UFOs in general, and if you ever had an encounter with a flying object that baffled you or was unexplainable in a way. Since I am the one asking I will better start. What I saw is very similar to this report found in Dr Hynek's book The UFO Experience...
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