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  1. Politics and Religion in Classical Music
    Ockay oddly has enought , the music the pslams of Claude Goudimel, is a straightfoward messages of love, god own light speak trought this man in a Turbulant era of France. I know the story he got slaughter at St.Bartelemy, but his music is radiant whit christic overtone, if you will, it give...
  2. Classical Music Discussion
    The 2o18 nnaxos released of his magnificats double cds wow, vive Viiva Voce ,support your local polyphony ensemble, good work guuys...montreal brewed cds & ensemble of franco-flemish godz. Than i start listening more and more to what i had capella prathensis ensemble and ect,musica ficta...
  3. Opera
    I love this opera! Beethoven's opera, Fidelio, is so wonderful to me that I just cannot get enough of it. There are many great operas, but there is something about Fidelio that for me transcends all other operas. It has so many wonderful scenes. I love the way it begins in a light-hearded...
  4. Composer Guestbooks
    Another wonderful composer from the archives!
  5. Classical Music Discussion
    Vladimir Ashkenazy on the Path of Jean Sibelius (35:12) What a treat it was to find this! A wonderful little documentary that discusses art, his music, his birthplace, and Ainola. Beautiful.
  6. Off Topic Pub
    To all you wonderful Mom's. :tiphat: :angel:
  7. Ballet
    Ballet West, the organization that I work for, is very awesome! We have a wonderful season coming up for 2015-6. What is your local ballet organization(s) like around where you live?
  8. Composer Guestbooks
    A most wonderful conductor but surprisingly not a very strong composer at all. This is of historical interest however. Here is an example: Put it this way... he ain't no Bruckner that's for sure.
  9. Composer Guestbooks
    Here is a wonderful composer who lives here in Salt Lake City. http://www.nathanieleschler.com/ Hope that you guys can enjoy his works and tell me what you think of them.
  10. Non-Classical Music
    And yes I really enjoy her music. So far I only own her latest album 1989 which is very upbeat and great to listen to. Also wonderful for audiophilic testing. So here is lovely duet with her and Carly Simon that I enjoyed:
  11. Solved Cases (archive)
    I heard some wonderful music, playing extremely loud from a ferry in Tallinn, while I was studying an old soviet monument. I've used several days trying to identify it, but I still haven't succeded. So if anyone out there could help me, it would be very appreciated! All the best Kristoffer
  12. Non-Classical Music
    She was trained classically. She even has a disc on DG. And her albums are wonderful, poetic, political, feminist, and just plain brilliant. Any other fans?
  13. Composer Guestbooks
    Why not since you have a lot of wonderful hits and commentary:
  14. Composer Guestbooks
    You are one of the very best. Great website at: http://www.annathorvalds.com/ Keep up the wonderful works!
  15. Off Topic Pub
    DEDICATED TO IZZY... Dear Izzy, After a long consideration, I have decided that due to a long separation from my wife and baby daughter Izzy, I have thought about legacy. I figured to start a blog-like thread here to share thoughts and my daily listening diary of classical and other...
  16. Composer Guestbooks
    Mason Bates expanding the orchestra with electronica An interesting new piece written in 2009 by a rising star composer: New Electronic Sound Worlds
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