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#1 13 years ago

Frédéric Chopin, Johann Strauss Jr., Edvard Grieg, and so many more...

This CD is great.




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#2 13 years ago

Ah, Muzak.




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#3 13 years ago

You need to listen to the Romantic era instead of Classic. People like Beethoven owned that era, and made some pretty awesome music. Since they had orchestras which were about double the size of the Classical-era orchestras, they could make richer and louder music. Recommendation: Beethoven's Sonata in C Sharp Minor Bach's First Cello Suite (not really Romantic-esque, but still uber)




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#4 13 years ago

Jazz. Is. Life.




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#5 13 years ago
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#6 13 years ago

CorTFrédéric Chopin, Johann Strauss Jr., Edvard Grieg, and so many more...

This CD is great.

All of those composed music to which I listen quite often :)

As Reven said, Beethoven is also very good. I don't like Bach very much because I am not a big fan of Barock music. But I have a CD with Jazz-versions of some of his pieces and this sounds really good :)

If you like Classical or Romantic music you should also check out Russian composers (Tchaikovsky, Profkoviev etc.) and Dvorak, especially Dvorak's 9th(or 5th, depends on how you count) symphony. If you like movie-soundtracks you should listen to Wagner, a lot of moviemusic use his themes.




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#7 13 years ago

Baroque




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#8 13 years ago

Over here we call it Barock. The most famous composers of that style were German anyway, so keep your baroque elsewhere :)




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#9 13 years ago

Beethoven, Tchaikovsky, and i think Profkoviev are on the cd as well.




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#10 13 years ago
MrFancypantsOver here we call it Barock. The most famous composers of that style were German anyway, so keep your baroque elsewhere :)

[color=DarkGreen]Baroque is Barock, just the correct spelling of it.[/color]




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