Here is a wonderful peice played by Liberace called Moonlight Sonata, by Beethoven. Enjoy!
Favourite Classical music
lol i was trying to play that piece on my keyboard yesterday, didn't sound quite the same as Liberace though! Just though i'd torture the next door dubs with my playing hehe
wow that was amazing! So beautiful, i tried the violin once but my teacher took it off me after two wks lol sounded like a cat!
worldtraveller: for you, Ode to Joy from Beethoven’s 9 th Symphony. I love the video.
Did you know that Led Zeppelin didn’t write Dazed and Confused? I was really surprised to hear that it was actually written by Jake Holmes who I think was American. Yardbirds first did this song. I really liked this group but don’t remember them doing this song. Led Zeppelin brings back memories, especially Whole Lotta Love.
Yardbirds: it’s very different and can’t say I like it.
serotonin:Here’s Holsts Jupiter:
El Kabong:I would love to see him perform, especially in Maastricht (Netherlands) where I believe he was born. Here’s some Andre Rieu:
nvrgnbk deuz, and dobbie: Chopin:
changeling: Vivaldi: I chose the summer one of Four SeasonsTyrone: I found another version of Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata
I love Beethovens Piano Concerto #5 especially Adagio- 2 nd movement:
For the Elizabethan Serenade you can go to this site. You need your email address to access.
I love Dvorak. Hope you enjoy it. Here’s Slavonic dance No. 2
I like so many pieces! Firebird suite by Stravinsky. The Bach Solo Cello Suites, especially numbers 3 and 6. Beethoven Symphonies 6, 8, and 9, also his Waldstein and Moonlight Sonatas for piano and the late String Quartets. Black Angels for String Quartet by George Crumb (that's for my weird side :P). Bibel's Ave Maria for Men's Chorus. Barber's Adagio for Strings and the arrangement for choir known as his Agnus Dei. Corigliano's Voyage for Choir, as well as the transcription for flute and strings, as well as his setting of Fern Hill for Choir. Stravinsky's Symphony of Psalms. I could go on and on and on, lol. Oh, can't forget Ralph Vaughn William's Dona Nobis Pacem. Excellent piece.
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Terry: I never heard this one before. This is another great version: http://youtube.com/watch?v=h7UZhorAki4&mode=related&search=
The following music I realize not everyone will like. I bought Marian Anderson's Brahms Alto Rhapsody LP when I was in my 20's. I could never find it on CD at any store. Couldn't even order it. Lo and behold I find it on YouTube. I think it's a beautiful piece. You have to consider that it was probably recorded in the 30's.
I'll finish with Grieg's Morning. I'm off to bed, but for some it may be morning soon.