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    classical music

    This is one of the few music genre's I havent explored so its time I guess.

    What is the best classical music out there? Is it the obvious ones like bach, wagner ect(what are those guys best works?)? or is there alot of semi unknown that are grea aswell?

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    I can assure you this is one topic I have NO knowledge on.



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    Ludwig Van Beethoven's moonlight sonata. it brings out the ultra-violence.

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    Try Holtz "the planets" Or they even have compilations and the best of's nowadays, then I would suggest strauss, stromburg, motzart(all bad boys of thier day, kinda like punk in a sense)

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    Quote Originally Posted by radar1234
    Ludwig Van Beethoven's moonlight sonata. it brings out the ultra-violence.
    Putten me rotts to someones gulliver... A Clockwork baby!

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    thanks. downloading right now. keep the suggestions comming

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    Rossini's "Il barbiere di siviglia" always brings out the Buggs Bunny out in me

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mesomorphyl
    Putten me rotts to someones gulliver... A Clockwork baby!
    And the first thing that flashed into my golova was i'd like to have her right down there on the floor with the old in-out,real savage.

    i love that movie!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Ketchup
    Rossini's "Il barbiere di siviglia" always brings out the Buggs Bunny out in me

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    "the barber of seville" now thats a classic.

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    bump

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mesomorphyl
    Try Holtz "the planets" Or they even have compilations and the best of's nowadays, then I would suggest strauss, stromburg, motzart(all bad boys of thier day, kinda like punk in a sense)

    Damn Mars from the planets is damn good. So powerfull

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    Hmmm lets see...

    My Classical playlist...

    Beethoven - Symphony 5 C Minor.mp3
    Bizet - Carmen Suite No. 1 - Les toreadors.mp3
    Carl Orff - O Fortuna.mp3
    Chopin - Polonaise Op. 53 bA.mp3
    Chopin - Piano Concerto 1, 3rd Movement.mp3
    Grieg - In the Hall of the Mountain King.mp3
    Johann Strauss - The Blue Danube waltz.mp3
    Khachaturian - Sabre Dance.mp3
    Mozart - Eine Kleine Nachtmusik - Allegro.mp3
    Pachelbel - Cannon - (Boys Soprano Choir).mp3
    Pachelbel - Cannon in D major (Instrumental).mp3
    Rossini - Il barbiere di Siviglia - Figaro.mp3
    Rossini - Il barbiere di Siviglia - Overture.mp3
    Ravel - Bolero - (Orchestre Symphonique de Montreal - Charles Dutoit cond.).mp3
    Tchaikovsky - 1812 Ouverture - Performed by Yoyoma.mp3
    Tchaikovsky - 1812 Ouverture op. 49.mp3
    Tchaikovsky - Piano Concerto #1 Allegro.mp3
    Wagner - Die Walkure (Ride of the Valkiries).mp3

    You'll find that most of those pieces are very well known from movies...

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    Antonin Dvorak - "From the New World" and "Slavonic Dances"

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigJJ
    Antonin Dvorak - "From the New World" and "Slavonic Dances"
    Why is Anton Levey in your avatar?

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    Quote Originally Posted by radar1234
    Ludwig Van Beethoven's moonlight sonata. it brings out the ultra-violence.
    I can play that on the guitar. that song is a panty droper, like my ace in the hole if I want to get laid.

    i like beethovens string quartets and mozarts piano sonatas myself. vivaldi wrote some ok things. classical music is fantastic, but only like 20% of it, the rest is shit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by juicy_brucy
    Why is Anton Levey in your avatar?
    I'm a fan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigJJ
    I'm a fan.
    LOL, strait and to the point... God bless you

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    The only classical I've ever really got into was Andres Segovia, IMO the best classical guitarist that ever lived. Favs are, "Sevilla", "Tonadilla", "Recuerdos de la alhambra".

    Trust me Yo, this is good stuff.

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    Handel's messiah and water music

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    WERD Red.....

    Ravel's Bolero is the fukin shit.... bang your woman to that bro....ohh gawd its GEWD!!

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    Pachelbel - Cannon

    Is one of my favorites.

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    here is a little starter list of extremely high quality music to download


    beethoven - piano concerto no. 4
    symphonies 3, 5, 7, and 9
    piano sonatas- waldstein, moonlight, hammerklavier, appasianata
    rondo alla cappriccio aka "rage over the lost penny", fur elise

    bach- piano concerto in D, toccata and fugue in Dmin, passacaglia nad fugue, chromatic fantasy and fugue, prelude and fugue in Bmin

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