Vivaldi - I love this guy. The Four Seasons is my favorite work by him, particularly the Summer Concerto. There's just so much passion in his works.
deleted 5 Responses 5 Jul 13, 2009
The Nutcracker - I love the music from The Nutcracker, every year I plan to go see the production , and never get there, tehehe, maybe this year !
libertybalanced 1 Aug 10
Jacqueline Du Pre: Saint-saens,cello Concerto Number one. - A beautiful and unforgettable interpretation.
berangere 1 Response 3 Jul 30
Give Me The Heavy And Fast! - I love Prokofiev, Vivaldi, and Mozart... I love violins, cellos, drums, and deep horns. Lots of bass. Here is one of my favorites!
SpiritOfTheRabbit 2 Responses 2 Nov 3, 2011
Sibelius - I went to a concert last Sunday where they played Sibelius' symphony nr. 2. So deep and beautiful. Since then I have been listening to his work and loving it.I have always had a weakness for the nordic composers. Brahms, Arvo Pärt are among my favorites. But right now...
thinkandfeel 0 Nov 21
Alexander Borodin: Prince Igor Overture. - The London Symphonic Orchestra.Great interpretation.
berangere 0 Aug 23
Gabriel Faure: Pavane/Shylock,Epithalame. - Music which takes me back down the years to another time,another place.
berangere 0 Aug 2
Yea I Do - I love classical music...not from the classical ERA (except for Mozart) but classical music in general...i am planning to be an opera singer
oliveostrovsky 3 Responses 2 Sep 25, 2011
Best Music To Start The Day With - For mornings I love baroque, bed time romantic. The most beautiful music I ever heard was Mussorgsky's pictures at an exhibition. The way thunderous happy movements and interspersed with dark and mysterious ones is genius and super emotionally...
disneys 2 Responses 0 Oct 23
Le Tombeau De Couperin Par Maurice Ravel,Orchestral Version. - This is a most beautiful interpretation of the musical poem by Maurice Ravel.
berangere 1 Response 0 Jul 31
Very Calming :) - Classical music, is relaxing to me, Beethoven and Mozart , I have a huge playlist on my iPod and I play it when I'm going to bed , very relaxing :)
sexxyluv 1 Response 1 Jul 30
Vaughan Williams: Fantasia On A Theme Of Thomas Tallis - Evocative musical poem.
berangere 1 Response 2 Aug 17
Carmina Burana - My "man" at the time surprised me with tickets to the Minnesota Orchestra to see one of my favorite operas...I was trying to figure out who to take and he said "I'm going with you"...Shock! This a man who didn't want to listen to most of my music when we...
theimpaler1923 9 Responses 2 Nov 18, 2010
Frederick Delius: The Walk To Paradise Garden. - Sublime orchestration.
berangere 2 Responses 2 Aug 14
Concerto For The Left Hand ~ Maurice Ravel - Originally composed by Ravel for Paul Wittgenstein, an Austrian pianist who lost his right arm during WWI.Performed by The Symphony Orchestra of The Liszt School of Music, conducted by Prof. Nicolás Pasquet.On piano is Hélène Tysman...
bijouxbroussard 6 Responses 5 Mar 28
Ross Edwards: Violin Concerto "Maninyas" Third Movement. - Sydney Symphony orchestra.A wonderful musical description of the Australian outback.
berangere 0 Aug 25
Prokofiev: Romeo And Juliet. - Balcony scene from "act two" of Prokofiev's Romeo and Juliet. Rudolph Nureyev: Romeo. Margot Fonteyn: Juliet.
berangere 0 Aug 21
Simeon Ten Holt - Canto Ostinato - I thought I had already discovered the best music, but this is just amazing! I have played it over and over again. It is one of those rare experiences where you can become totally immersed in the music just by listening. It is SO...
Tibicina 1 Oct 3
My First Chat Message - I Played the piano as a child. Back then the workbook music was classical or some early folk music (like Stephen foster). When I was in school in the 60's I didn't like most rock and roll. I was a real oddball. I've always loved classical music and...
tim6565 1 Oct 31
Elgar Third Symphony. - Sir Edward Elgar's third symphony was incomplete at the time of his death in 1934,Elgar left 130 pages of sketches which the Brittish composer Anthony Payne worked on for many years,producing a complete symphony in 1997. The first public performance was...
berangere 1 Jul 31
I Listen To Love Classical Music... - I listen to love classical music - 1. We love discovering and understanding how things are put together. Classical music is a perfect genre for this – each piece is written in one of many basically standardized forms, sonata form, trios...
nivanvc 1 Response 2 Aug 26
Ottarino Respighi: Italian Passion At Its Finest! - Respighi's "Ancient Airs and Dances" has been a favorite of mine for many years. I've heard numerous orchestral interpretations of it, and I'm always amazed at how each sounds so surprisingly different. The one to me...
Nyxie 14 Responses 2 Sep 22, 2008
Mozart Piano Concerto No. 23 In A Major - I first heard this piece as a youth and was absolutely stunned by the depth of it. To this day it affects me to hear it. Wolfgang Mozart's life was intense and brief and his work provides a raw snapshot of that tumultuous human experience...
needlessthings 3 Responses 2 Jan 23, 2012
Sir Edward Elgar: Wand Of Youth.Suite Number 2. - Lovers of teddy bears will certainly enjoy this!
berangere 0 Aug 17
Hope Amongst Enormous Grief - Samuel Barber's Adagio for Strings: I used to play this while my mother was dying in the bedroom and I heard a scream...I rushed to her side and "I'm here, Mom...what can I do?" " For starters, you can stop playing that funeral music...
theimpaler1923 2 Responses 2 Nov 19, 2010
Tchaikovsky: Romeo And Juliet. - Tchaikovsky wrote this symphonic poem based on Williams Shakespeare"s play of tragic romance.
berangere 1 Response 1 Aug 21
Gabriel Faure: Elegie Opus 24,Jacqueline Du Pre. - Supreme interpretation.
berangere 0 Aug 2
Cello Concerto In E Minor Op# 85 - One of the most powerful pieces of music I've ever heard! So much emotion laced in every note, pain, fear, tragedy..... love and loss. I get chills every single time I hear it, even on repeat. When a piece of music can do that, you know it's...
PseudoNymph 2 Responses 3 Feb 3
Albert Roussel: Suite In Fa. - Beautiful and powerful,this transports me.
berangere 0 Aug 17
Henryk Gorecki: Symphony Of Sorrowful Songs,Ist Movement. - Profoundly moving.
berangere 2 Sep 4
Franz Liszt - "Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2" (Orchestral Version, 1847) -
AldousHuxtable 1 Response 2 Sep 30
Eighteenth Century Composers.. - I like the music of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Ludwig Beethoven Franz Liszt And I love the music of Schubert Mussorgsky Paganini Grieg Brahms Ravel And so many more!
aoutdouze 1 Response 2 Sep 11
Mazurka (1890) ~ Claude Debussy - Performed by Jacques Fevrier (1963)
bijouxbroussard 3 Responses 8 Apr 27
Orchestra - I'm a member of my school orchestra playing double bass. I have no recollection of any of the pieces that i've played with them, which is a shame but I do remember that it has been great fun. There's never been a time where i've wanted to walk out, it's been too...
DrAleksi 1 Response 2 Jun 27, 2012
Maurice Ravel: Daphnis Et Chloe Suite Number 2. - Beautiful musical poem,great orchestration.
berangere 0 Aug 14
Vaughan Williams: The Lark Ascending. - Breathtaking interpretation.
berangere 2 Responses 1 Aug 17
Aquarium - Camille Saint-Saens - It's so beautiful, the ultimate relaxation music. I listen to that and think of sailing through life like a peaceful, graceful dancer. Very dreamy.
AngelofPink 1 Response 2 Mar 16, 2012
Ode To Joy - I picked up my 11 year old son from basketball tonight. While we drove my Ipod Touch randomly skipped through tracks and Beethoven's "Ode to Joy Final Chorus" played. My son was disappointed because he had a bad practice. I told him to forget about it and listen...
ManMovingForward 7 Responses 5 Feb 3, 2012
The Wonders Of Classical Music - Ever since I was an embryo, my mother exposed me to classical music. I really have to thank her, because I always enjoyed it. But when I came of age, I decided to do research about various areas in classical music for myself. I ended up loving my...
JubeJube1231 4 Responses 2 Aug 1, 2012
Georges Bizet: L'Arlesienne. - Daniel Barenboim conducting l'Orchestre de Paris.A tragic story of love betrayed.
berangere 1 Response 1 Sep 4
Franz Schubert: Death And The Maiden.Quartet For String. - Performed by the Takacs Quartet.
berangere 1 Response 2 Jul 30
Guitars - Most classical music doesn't really do it for me, but I absolutely love classical guitar. Most likely because I play guitar. I mainly listen to it when I'm doing homework or trying to sleep. Very relaxing.
hurricaneflutterdash 1 Response 2 Apr 29
Camille Saint-Saens: 3rd Symphony."The Organ Symphony" - Music soothe the soul and the emotions and that symphony did it for me.This is one of the best interpretation I have ever heard!
berangere 1 Response 3 Oct 22
Deafness Shaped Beethoven'S Music - As deafness overtook him it began to affect Beethoven's compositions. THE GIST - Progressive deafness profoundly influenced Beethoven's compositions. - The condition prompted him to choose lower-frequency notes. - He was able to...
flipper1966 3 Responses 2 Mar 28
Gnossienne No. 4---erik Satie - I play this when I feel melancholy, it captures the mood...
bijouxbroussard 3 Responses 2 Dec 27, 2011
Gaspard De La Nuit ~ Maurice Ravel - Trois poèmes pour piano d'après Aloysius Bertrand (1908)1) Ondine2) Le Gibet3) Scarbo
bijouxbroussard 7 Responses 3 Oct 12, 2012
Richard Strauss: Death And Transfiguration. - Death: When our souls are transported to immortal realms.
berangere 0 Jul 30
Rachmaninoff - My next challenge is Rachmaninoff's Prelude in C# Minor That song is sooooo perfect to let out frustration & pain. Its so intense
musiqophelia 1 Response 0 Aug 15
Welcome To An Enchanted Garden I Have Visited Many Times... - It's a vast world, spanning the last 450 years, with several major national traditions: German, Austrian, Russian, Italian, French, and British. The Chinese and Koreans are the emerging superb performers. Asians may...
consa 3 Responses 2 Jun 9, 2010
Nothing Like Classical Music - I have lived in Bengal,West Bengal that is,where Music and Dancing were two things most people felt,was part of their life.No real life without these two things,most said.Though I knew little of the languages (dialects,if I may) spoken there,my...
LikeMeLikeMe 2 Apr 13
I Want To Know More! - I don't get classical music.. I want to understand it more. I want be able to tell if something is truly amazingly played or tell if a pianist is using an interesting hand technic. I want to know more about orchestras and chamber music! I can't read notes...
paperpin 3 Responses 0 Nov 11
The Calm River I Live Beside - I think I'm getting leaner, but what I like, it's hardly gonna change. Frederic Chopin is my number one ; I don't understand music theory or solfege, but I feel the touch of the stream of sad violin and the calm smooth piano really touches my Soul...
adamwillis 2 Responses 2 Jan 3, 2012
Le Tombeau De Couperin ~ Maurice Ravel - I. PréludeII. FugueIII. ForlaneIV. RigaudonV. MenuetVI. ToccataPerformed by Angela Hewitt
bijouxbroussard 3 Responses 2 Mar 28
Brahms German Requiem - Probably like most other people, my experience of music up to the age of 13 was what was in the charts. I was then persuaded to join the school choral society, who were rehearsing Brahms' German Requiem. Wow - I was quite simply blown over backwards by...
star2638 1 Response 2 Jan 6, 2012
80's Dance Music Is The Best Music - Never have I wanted to be born in the seventies until I learnt of the music from the eighties. If I was born in the early seventies I could have been raised listening to eighties music and dancing to it. Instead I am stuck with weird techno...
BounceAround 0 Nov 24
Soca Music - I really Soca music. Its just so upbeat and alot of my international friends who i talk to about it really like it too. I often think about that stand up comedy clip of Russel Peters about Soca music and Trinis lol.There are some songs that arent really my style [as...
RafaReu 0 Nov 21
I Don'T Understand It. ._. - I Still Love Listening To It Though! My Favorite Japanese Song Right Now Is My Crush Was A Monster Boy By Gumi. ^-^ It's Very Interesting But I Love The Music And The Meaning Behind The Song I Guess. It Just Sounds Good. The Singer Has A Great Voice...
AshLovesLink 0 Nov 19
Country Music - I love listening to country music I always have and its really inspiring and it tends to make me feel better when I'm sad
secret21 1 Response 1 Nov 23
Great Tunes - As an Irish woman myself, I just love the music. Orla Fallon is probably my favorite Irish vocalist, but you can't go wrong with Dropkick Murphys either!
LOLBraces 0 Nov 18
I Love Singing - Since I was bout age 3 I loved to sing and its my dream someday to be a professional country singer and I have sung in local bars and I got a youtube account and I would love for country music fans to subscribe to me on youtube this is my id on youtube...
Cmafanlorraine 2 Responses 2 Nov 18