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    Quote Originally Posted by Strummer View Post
    I have actually played a few notes on Frederic Chopin‘s piano in his villa in Majorca.
    And I've banged on Eric Delaney's drums. Does that count?


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    Let's have a bit of John Williams..........






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    Quote Originally Posted by Hughton,we have a problem View Post
    https://youtu.be/NhnMd1Jl7SA


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    The whole of the Planets Suite by Holst


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    Quote Originally Posted by Maverick View Post
    Ah yes, the Trost organ in Waltershausen, pretty keys. And some of the bass pipes are pretty fine, not that you can tell that from a YT video but you can on a CD recording.

    Would love to go round Germany and the Netherlands when everything's calmed down and get on some of those bad boys.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Statto View Post
    Ah yes, the Trost organ in Waltershausen, pretty keys. And some of the bass pipes are pretty fine, not that you can tell that from a YT video but you can on a CD recording.

    Would love to go round Germany and the Netherlands when everything's calmed down and get on some of those bad boys.


    Last couple of minutes for some epic bass stops on that (they are played with the feet). Sounds even better on a CD.

    Same instrument as the other recording.


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    Much of that Hans-Andre Stamm DVD ended up on youtube...




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    I love 'Hallelujah', not sure if it Classico?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qt2FWAbXinY

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raymondo Ponte' View Post
    I love 'Hallelujah', not sure if it Classico?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qt2FWAbXinY

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    Dubious because the boundary is so weird. Musicologists will usually refer to the "classical" period very tightly; it's actually basically the period after Bach and before late-Beethoven, though difficult because people overlap styles, so around 1750-1820. The period after is called Romantic (before it is Baroque) which is your Chopin types etc etc, Mendelssohn is from that time, but really his style is about 100 years earlier.

    So there is clearly a thing of contemporary classical music, plenty of living composers (or recently died), e.g. John Rutter, even John Williams (the film composer not the guitarist) is really classical. Not sure that is though.

    When I think of Hallelujah, it's mainly this:

    That recording is crazy, but also has its own back story - it was recorded for a film, as the soundtrack, where they'd show all sorts of controversial and sometimes downright provocative imagery with the music in the background. I think that bit's largely fine but some of it isn't for those of any sort of nervous disposition at all.

    Audio only - if you're looking for an exciting version this is it



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    Quote Originally Posted by Raymondo Ponte' View Post
    I love 'Hallelujah', not sure if it Classico?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qt2FWAbXinY

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    Rocka dooodle doooo!!!!


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    Some lovely action shots there showing how the mechanics work, aside from that, fun piece to play (but hellishly tricky in places), lovely instrument (from 1693) etc etc


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    Maybe too classical for the thread, but eventhough I am in no way religious, I love to hear some Gregorian chanting. I find it relaxing, and almost hypnotic.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xliQDErAAX0


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    Quote Originally Posted by I'm Red Till Dead View Post
    Maybe too classical for the thread, but eventhough I am in no way religious, I love to hear some Gregorian chanting. I find it relaxing, and almost hypnotic.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xliQDErAAX0
    yes, it has its own notation too, which takes a fair amount of getting used to...


 

 

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