if I knew so and so I probably wouldn't know. But because I don't know certain composers doesn't mean I don't enjoy it or that I'm making it up. (Why would I?) Anyways though it seems humorous my favorite cd on classical music is called Pet Tunes (music for animals) Calming...
time favourite artists are Antonio Vivaldi, Niccolò Paganini, and Frédéric Chopin
Here are some of my favourite pieces:
-Chopin Op. 48 No 1 Nocturne in Cm
-Vivaldi "La Follia"
-Paganini Capricé No 24
-Dvorak Symphony No 9 "From New World"
-Skyrim Soundtrack "The Bannered...
Orchestra youtube channel, and they've got an excellent compilation of instrument guides. Highly recommended for those who share passion for orchestral music.
I guess because it was something totally different I grew up listening to.
I fell pregnant 2013 with a beautiful girl.
A friend of mine encouraged me to play classical music to her whilst pregnant.
I did this so much because my little angel loved it. She would kick and move...
My classmates think I'm weird for liking, no I mean loving it. It's been my life. The beauty of the music composed by the great composers of all time is the best. No one in my class understand the beauty of classical music.
the intensity of Beethoven, and the galant style of Mozart help me to express and re-experience all the beautiful and tormented emotions I have ever known. It helps me re-examine the core of humanity and what is means to love, what it means to lose, and what it means hope.
mix most of today, and it's made doing the housework much more pleasant! I might cook dinner to the lovely melodies, too. It's great because tv has been getting more boring each day, so it's nice to have something sweet to the ears playing in the background that makes everyday...
op. 9 no. 2
when i was in my younger years to be exact.. that was when i was in grade one.. my father bought me a casio minikeyboard... and this piece is included in the pre-recorded songs and pieces... i grew up thinking that "chopin" is the title of this piece..
when i was...
overtures, masses, and I think an adagio-- has saved my brain during a recent crisis. Before, I appreciated the great composers only when the time was right. Placed into an audience, usually on a ticket someone else had bought, with the music right in front of me, yes, I found...