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  1. Solved Cases (archive)
    Hi, I have a midi file of a Bach music. Can you please help me by giving the title of it ? It's called Stmatt as St Matthew I believe.. Thanks !!
  2. Religious Music
    My "performance" of the chorale "Kein' Engel, keine Freuden" (Neither angel nor joys,) with which Graupner concluded his cantata for this day, the 3rd Sunday of Lent (Oculi Sunday) in 1753.
  3. Classical Music Discussion
    Hey, What do you guys think are the original performing context of the Passions and what do we gain from them and what are the disadvantages of them. I have identified that there are Cultural, Physical, Social, Personal and Spiritual functions, however I'm struggling to understand what we...
  4. Classical Music Discussion
    I love this album whit interesting composer of respective era. Johannes Ockeghem: Intermerata Dei mater (epic), then second by a motets attrib. Josquin Desprez: Nunc Dimittis, tercio Christobal de Morales: Magnificats (Octavi Toni), quatro follow by the enigmatic Jean Lhéritier: Surrexit pastor...
  5. Classical Music Discussion
    I've grown up in a family that listens mostly to Country, and I used to as well. Then, in about the eighth grade I began getting into film scores, which quickly lead me to Classical music. I have since been obsessed. That and film scores are all I listen to. I've even taken on teaching myself...
  6. Keyboard Instruments
    Just out of interest - what was it that 'hooked' you and got you interested in playing your instrument - and what sort of music is your main passion? Thanks in advance for any replies. :tiphat:
  7. Strings
    Just out of interest - what was it that 'hooked' you and got you interested in playing your instrument - and what sort of music is your main passion? I love reading about other people's lives and experiences. Thanks in advance for any replies. :tiphat:
  8. Opera
    Should every opera singer sing them? Only men or women too? Who is your favorite interpreter? My personal opinion is that they are essential, especially for Italian singers. They require passion, so cold and analytic singers should avoid them. My favorite is Di Stefano for his passion, diction...
  9. Off Topic Pub
    I am sorry to announce that member Alypius has passed away as of last October. At TalkClassical, he showed interest in generating discussion, in moving away from arguments into areas that would be more productive for the forum culture as a whole. His passion for learning, for exploration...
  10. Classical Music Discussion
    This is a surprisingly fine 1847 Passion Oratorio by a composer, primarily known as a "lieder" man; Carl Loewe. "Das Suhnopfer des neuen Bundes" (The Expiatory Sacrifice of the New Covenant ) Curious what you think of it...
  11. Classical Music Discussion
    I'm pretty much brand new to Classical music. From time to time over the last few years I have visited some classical channels on youtube...and have enjoyed some Christmas offerings by John Rutter and the Cambridge Singers and also the King College Choir broadcasts. But, a few months ago I...
  12. Religious Music
    I'll be hearing the St John Passion next sunday at Corpus Christi college, Cambridge. I'm not as familiar with it as the St Matthew Passion (only heard it a couple times). What recordings should I get? Gardiner?
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