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  1. Composer Guestbooks
    No Copland thread till now?! I just came here to read the thread never expecting that might not find it! Anyway, he could be described as the founder of "the American Sound". So how about starting this thread with discussing your favorite recordings of Rodeo, Billy the Kid, and the Third Symphony?
  2. Identifying Classical Music
    Looking for piece in this playlist starting on 37:11 I'm new on this forum, and u can see that. I made this account cause lately i've been listening alot to classical pieces, during and after the study it helps me stress out. Anyway... can someone help me find this piece starting on 37:11 in...
  3. Solved Cases (archive)
    I will soon go insane if i don't get an answer. While i was watching Charlie Chaplin's Easy Street i was wondering what was the name of the musical piece starting at 4.05. I tried with music recognition softwares but none gave an answer, i must admit the quality of the piece is pretty...
  4. Opera
    The Opera Platform is a new online thingy that is going to be streaming live opera from participating European houses - for free, supposedly worldwide access. A promotional effort by Opera Europa. They are starting La Traviata from Madrid in about 15 minutes (19:05 CET)...
  5. Classical Music Discussion
    OK I'm starting this thread cos Haas has a thread already and unfortunately has limited "product" in the market place as far as I can tell. So, in vain I am creating a home for all things spectral. It's a whole new area to me, I'm simply starting from the point that Haas' Limited...
  6. Composer Guestbooks
    Donaudy (1879- 1925) was the composer of 36 Arie di Stile Antiche, songs from which are still well known from recordings dating from around 1920 onwards, as well as from vocal recitals today. I thought it was worth starting a thread because the songs are so beautiful, even though the composer is...
  7. Orchestral Music
    The title is clear: What could be some nice pieces for starting conductors? So I'm looking for orchestral pieces that are not yet too complicated/difficult in terms of conducting, but can still please your audience.
  8. Beginners
    I love Bassoon. I currently play, you know, the usual, piano, violin (though I dabble in Electone) but I would love to start the bassoon. It's sound it just quite soothing to me, and it can be a little comical even. But the problem is, do I really have time? Would I even continue with it? I'm...
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