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#21
Rothko Chapel 3 by Morton Feldman; interesting to hear ambient music done in a classical situation.
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#22
J.S. Bach - Cello Suites - Maurice Gendron
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#23
These are wonderful works, and I think that they are amongst the highest achievments the human race has ever produced.
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#24
Pachelbel's Canon. It never gets old.
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#25
baznval Wrote:These are wonderful works, and I think that they are amongst the highest achievments the human race has ever produced.

Hi Baz (?!),

thought we'd lost you !!

There isn't a great deal of Orchestral traffic here, but I'm glad you're still around.

The Cello Suites certainly are spellbinding pieces of music...
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#26
I'm listening to J.M Ravel's Piano Works Volume 1 - Pavane Pour Une Infante Defunte.

I'm trying to expand who I listen to since I've been known in the past to be keen to strings and full symphonic orchestrated pieces
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#27
Hauschka - Nadelwald from Ferndorf [2008]

His real name Volker Bertelmann. He is a modern composer. He plays his pieces on prepared piano. On this album he is accompanied by the occasional strings.
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#28
Bothhaven is that classical????? i dont know lol i like the solft insterments they are so sothing. :angry:
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#29
Tiggi Wrote:Hi Baz (?!),

thought we'd lost you !!

There isn't a great deal of Orchestral traffic here, but I'm glad you're still around.

The Cello Suites certainly are spellbinding pieces of music...
Hi Tiggi,
I'm still around, cos' I'm not going anywhere that I don't want to! The Bach suites have a fascination and a challenge in that I spent some years trying to play them on double-bass.
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#30
Waltz of the Flowers - Tchaikovsky
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