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#21 BlackWizard

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Posted 05 August 2006 - 10:22 AM

Sa totoo lang lang, not all classical music composers are from the classical era.

Meron diyan Baroque, Romanticism, Avant-Garde, etc.

Meron pa nga modern eh... Yung Goth type, hehehehe... :)

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Posted 05 August 2006 - 11:03 PM

Sa totoo lang lang, not all classical music composers are from the classical era.

Meron diyan Baroque, Romanticism, Avant-Garde, etc.

Meron pa nga modern eh... Yung Goth type, hehehehe... :)

korek! mozart is from the classical era, bach and handel are from the rennaisance beethoven is late classical going to romantic ( that is why his late works are a little romantic sounding na) etc etc

korek! mozart is from the classical era, bach and handel are from the rennaisance beethoven is late classical going to romantic ( that is why his late works are a little romantic sounding na) etc etc

oops correction bach and handel are from the baroque hehehe sensya na tao lang po

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Posted 06 August 2006 - 03:56 AM

..bumili ako dati ng Mozart sa national pinakinggan ko baka madagdagan pa katalinuhan ko. Bumili rin ako ng 1CD of classical MP3's,, 'yun nakatambak lang.



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Posted 06 August 2006 - 09:49 PM

..bumili ako dati ng Mozart sa national pinakinggan ko baka madagdagan pa katalinuhan ko. Bumili rin ako ng 1CD of classical MP3's,, 'yun nakatambak lang.

pare sayang naman pakinggan mo din.. anyway para mas madali ka makaappreciate i suggest u try the more familiar classical music... me mga cds na available nun.

#25 BlackWizard

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Posted 08 August 2006 - 07:24 PM

I used to play some of Paganini's pieces on the electric guitar(Shred)... Tindi ng speed, halos manigas mga daliri ko!!!

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Posted 09 August 2006 - 02:32 AM

I used to play some of Paganini's pieces on the electric guitar(Shred)... Tindi ng speed, halos manigas mga daliri ko!!!

pare lupit mo ah! hirap masyado nyan.. paganini's pieces are for well trained violinists tapos ginagawa mo sa eguitar! hats off to you!

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Posted 09 August 2006 - 09:26 AM

astig pakinggan to... lalo na pag nakaksawang pop muzak na yung naririnig mo araw araw... rachmaninoff!!!!!!

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Posted 10 August 2006 - 12:08 AM

Try mo compositions ni Tsaichovsky (did i spell that right??)

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Posted 10 August 2006 - 01:18 PM

Try mo compositions ni Tsaichovsky (did i spell that right??)



Tsaichovsky's pieces are very moving...

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Posted 16 August 2006 - 05:27 PM

Try mo compositions ni Tsaichovsky (did i spell that right??)

pre tchaikowsky ata spelling nyan peter ilich tchaikowsky... yung rachmaninoff lupit nun

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Posted 16 August 2006 - 07:11 PM

Aside from Bach and Handel, which other composers from the Baroque era can you recommend? Does Vivaldi fall under the Baroque period?

For the benefit of those (like me, 4 example) who are curious to know more about classical music, a mere mention of a composer's name alone doesn't really give us much of an idea about them. What is it about them that makes their music special to you? Addressing this issue would be a lot more informative than merely describing them as 'lupit'.

Suggestion lang po......thanks! :)

Edited by starbuck911, 16 August 2006 - 07:13 PM.


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Posted 16 August 2006 - 08:39 PM

To make this more interesting, let's explore instances where classical music was used to enhance the impact of cinematic art. For example, Strauss's Also Sprach Zarathustra was employed to choreograph the establishing sequence of Stanley Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey. The juxtaposition was so appropriate that the two are inextricably linked in pop culture.

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Posted 17 August 2006 - 12:45 PM

favorite classical composers ko
mozart
beethoven
bach

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Posted 18 August 2006 - 06:26 PM

Anyone here familiar with Paul Gilbert? He had released an album in Japan which contains classical pieces. Everybody thought that it was a collection of classical music he played on the guitars but they really are just music made by the classical composers....

Those pieces were his favorites and what a coincidence, they were favorites of mine too!!!

Edited by BlackWizard, 18 August 2006 - 06:26 PM.


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Posted 21 August 2006 - 07:13 AM

Can anyone recommend an album that contains a number of the more popular classical tunes. The ones that are really identifiable.

Heard one such album ages ago- it's like a 'best of classical' album with different composers and really liked it. Was even pleasantly surprised that some of the classical pieces were actually the inspiration for some of today's popular tunes. It is unfortunate that I wasn't able to get the album's name.

I wish one of you guys would be able to suggest one.

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Posted 23 August 2006 - 09:34 PM

Aside from Bach and Handel, which other composers from the Baroque era can you recommend? Does Vivaldi fall under the Baroque period?

For the benefit of those (like me, 4 example) who are curious to know more about classical music, a mere mention of a composer's name alone doesn't really give us much of an idea about them. What is it about them that makes their music special to you? Addressing this issue would be a lot more informative than merely describing them as 'lupit'.

Suggestion lang po......thanks! :)


yes antonio vivaldi is from the baroque period.1678 to 17sumthing ata sya . i think he is very well known for his 4 seasons.

with the lupit reply ko sorry ha hehehe tamad lang ako siguro nun. anyway ampng the modern pianists rachmaninoff is the more passionate composer. i love listening to his rhapsody on a theme by paganini( great violinist and composer). although very taxing for the pianist kasi it requires so much power and dexterity.

yung tchaikowsky mali pala ako tchaikovsky ang tamang spelling kasi russian sya di german.dun sa di familiar sa kanya i think he was from the late romantic period (pls correct me if im wrong) he wrote a lot of symphonies and concertos pero bored ako dun kaya di ko matandaan e hehehe. anyway i heard a cd of a collection of his songs sung by a very good russian baritone dmitry horotovsky.. not sure of the spelling. very emotional ang songs..

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manny a. quito Posted Aug 16 2006, 08:39 PM
To make this more interesting, let's explore instances where classical music was used to enhance the impact of cinematic art. For example, Strauss's Also Sprach Zarathustra was employed to choreograph the establishing sequence of Stanley Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey. The juxtaposition was so appropriate that the two are inextricably linked in pop culture. "


regarding this post.. wow i never knew that.. alam ko lang yung william tell overture na ginamit sa lone ranger movie.. and of course yung mga symphonies na ginagamit sa mga warner bro's na cartoons lalo na sa bugs bunny. ano ba mga title nun? anyone?

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Posted 28 August 2006 - 04:28 PM

yes antonio vivaldi is from the baroque period.1678 to 17sumthing ata sya . i think he is very well known for his 4 seasons.

with the lupit reply ko sorry ha hehehe tamad lang ako siguro nun. anyway ampng the modern pianists rachmaninoff is the more passionate composer. i love listening to his rhapsody on a theme by paganini( great violinist and composer). although very taxing for the pianist kasi it requires so much power and dexterity.

yung tchaikowsky mali pala ako tchaikovsky ang tamang spelling kasi russian sya di german.dun sa di familiar sa kanya i think he was from the late romantic period (pls correct me if im wrong) he wrote a lot of symphonies and concertos pero bored ako dun kaya di ko matandaan e hehehe. anyway i heard a cd of a collection of his songs sung by a very good russian baritone dmitry horotovsky.. not sure of the spelling. very emotional ang songs..

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regarding this post.. wow i never knew that.. alam ko lang yung william tell overture na ginamit sa lone ranger movie.. and of course yung mga symphonies na ginagamit sa mga warner bro's na cartoons lalo na sa bugs bunny. ano ba mga title nun? anyone?


Warner Bros classical themes I can think of:
Overture from the Barber of Seville by Rossini, Ring of the Nibelungs and Tristan und Isolde by Wagner (Bugs and Elmer Fudd's opera), Inky and the Mynah Bird - overture from New Hebrides Concerto by Mendelssohn



For Baroque music, of which I am an avid fan, try the following Italian composers who lived in the mid 1600s to the mid 1700s, or the age of Baroque: Vivaldi, Locatelli, Albinoni, Manfredini, Tartini, Corelli, Scarlatti.

For non-Italian Baroque masters - the very popular Johann Pachelbel (Canon in G, a wedding mainstay), the prolific Bach and Telemann from Germany, Handel from Germany/England, Lulli from Italy/France, Rameau (France), Purcell (UK),

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Posted 29 August 2006 - 10:23 AM

post naman kayo ng mga haunting classical music

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Posted 30 August 2006 - 12:57 PM

Warner Bros classical themes I can think of:
Overture from the Barber of Seville by Rossini, Ring of the Nibelungs and Tristan und Isolde by Wagner (Bugs and Elmer Fudd's opera), Inky and the Mynah Bird - overture from New Hebrides Concerto by Mendelssohn


Here's the "genius" behind the music from the Looney Tunes. Little did I realize it as a child, but listening to the music from the Warner toons had a profound influence on me. Finding humor in music is not an easy thing, but it's very rewarding to the listeners who are able to appreciate it. Spike Jones (and even Frank Zappa) were also masters at musical humor...but anyway, we should all remember this man for what he has given us...

http://www.partialob...cle.cfm?id=1298

Edited by starbuck911, 30 August 2006 - 12:58 PM.


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Posted 30 August 2006 - 01:14 PM

Just "google" Carl Stalling. There's so much to read on him. Ako nga, I'm really impressed with what this guy has achieved, and I think it's fair to say that he's another "unsung hero" in the world of music.




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