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What Are You Listening To? - ambernector - 05-01-2008

I am currently listening to 'An evening with Strauss' with is mixture of music composed by Johann and Richard Strauss, and performed by the 'London Symphony Orchestra'.


What Are You Listening To? - mozartini - 06-01-2008

Currently listening to highlights from Le Nozze di Figaro by Mozart
Smile


What Are You Listening To? - ambernector - 06-01-2008

now listening to the 'Four Seasons by Vivaldi.


What Are You Listening To? - ambernector - 07-01-2008

Night on a bald mountain


What Are You Listening To? - baznval - 31-01-2008

Hi Anthony, I do hope that you realise that the two Strauss's mentioned are not related, were probably a 100 years apart. Aside from these things, it's wonderful music by two excellent and very different composers.


What Are You Listening To? - mozartini - 01-02-2008

Now listening to Mozart's Great Mass in C Minor.


What Are You Listening To? - ambernector - 01-02-2008

baznval Wrote:Hi Anthony, I do hope that you realise that the two Strauss's mentioned are not related, were probably a 100 years apart. Aside from these things, it's wonderful music by two excellent and very different composers.

:innocent: Whopps... Maybe I should have read the tin. Thanks for pointing that out.


What Are You Listening To? - samantha - 06-02-2008

As we were talking about him, I am actually listening to him now. Andrea Bocelli.


What Are You Listening To? - ambernector - 29-02-2008

The Phantom of the Opera.


What Are You Listening To? - smottie - 29-02-2008

Just the other day, on a bus I listened to Léo Delibes - Flower duet from Lakmé. I heard it through my earphones and I just got carried away. Overviewing the diversified sunlight over the altering landscape and listening to that tune in that bus was like god (or someone) had created a marvellous soundtrack to my entire day... life.
Realizing I was alone in that experience was... uh, made me a bit sad and yet... Happy!

There's something very special with those two voices: Mady Mesplé and Danielle Millet and an orchestration by Alain Lombard. I think it was recorded in 1971.

Anyway: It's like heaven through my earphones on a bus in February.