Which are the best musics of all times?

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Theatre Of Fate

Salutations!


My present list is the following:


01 - Händel - Allegro Concerto Grosso in G Major Op. 6/1

02 - Händel - Fire Work Music Overture

03 - Bach - Allegro Assai, From The Concert For Violin Number 2, in E Major KWV 1042

04 - Bach - Presto Brandenburg Concert Number 4 in G Major

05 - Mozart - Symphony Number 40, First Movement

06 - Vivaldi - The Four Seasons (Spring)

07 - Beethoven - Pour Elise

08 - Beethoven - Sonata Claire de Lune, First Movement

09 - Beethoven - Symphony Number 5, First Movement

10 - Mozart - Concert For Flute Number 2, Second Movement

11 - Grieg - Peer-Gynt Suit Number 1 Op. 46

12 - Bach - Concert Of Brandenburg Number 3, First Movement

13 - Mozart - Serenade Number 13, Eine Kleine Nachtmusik

14 - Bach - Italian Concert - Allegro Vivace

15 - Schubert - Allegro Scherzando Impromptu Opus 142,2

16 - Bizet - L'Arlesienne Suit Number 2 - Farandole

17 - Bach - Toccata and Fugue in D Minor

18 - Beethoven - Sonata in C Minor (Pathetic), Adagio Cantabile

19 - Mozart - Requiem Kyriê Elleison

20 - Brahms - Hungarian Dance Number 1
 
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I hope no one thinks me crude for saying so, but classical music does nothing for me. In my opinion the ultimate era fur music is 60's. On the rock side, you've got the British Invasion: Beatles, Stones, Cream, Traffic, Hendrix (his rhythm section was all Brit!), Zombies, (and later) Zeppelin, et al. And on the soul side you've got Motown, Stax, Atlantic, James Brown, Sly and the Family Stone, et al.

You can keep Beethoven. I'll take Marvin's vocals backed up by Jamerson's bass any day of the week.
 

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Tom Mattson said:
I hope no one thinks me crude for saying so, but classical music does nothing for me.
Don't worry, I think you're crude for other reasons. :tongue2:
I like classical and Motown. Never listened to 60's rock.
11 - Grieg - Peer-Gynt Suit Number 1 Op. 46
... which is now stuck in my head all day...
 
i like techno music and classical music :D
 

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Theatre Of Fate,
Do you have a favorite recording of Peer Gynt? I can't find mine so am buying another soon (this morning from iTunes). Too late, I found Karajan.
 
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Aqua-"Barbie Girl"
 

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honestrosewater said:
Too late, I found Karajan.
As a rule of thumb, I find that Karajan recordings from the Berlin Philharmonic are of great quality...especially Beethoven's 3rd and 9th.
 
Rhapsody on a theme of paganini by Rach here.

Badinerie by bach.
 

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To quote someone I'm fond of :

"If music be the food of love, play on"...

I don't really care for the part that follows, so I'll skip it. Anyway, my staple food is the same as Tom's - classic rock (actually, most anything) from the 60's and 70's (except disco :yuck:)
 

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Hey, Gokul!
Don't bash ABBA..:grumpy:
 

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Oh, not at all. :rolleyes:

Here, you can have my ABBA CDs . . . happy ?
 

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Oh thanks!
If you also have some Village People CD's, I'll take them as well..
 

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Sorry, I microwaved those...they died with a final flash of ...disco lights !
 
The music that came out of that page nearly gave me a heart attack!

Are you an assasin? ardilno?
 

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Damn you arildno...I had left my speaker volume on HIGH. :surprised :eek:
 
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I am probably one of the weirder ones here. I think classical is nice, but I have no classical cds. The Music I do actually listen to includes: 2pac, Bone Thugs N Harmony, and The Beatles.
 

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:yuck: :yuck: :yuck: Ahhhhhhhh!!!!!! The Village people! :surprised

I can enjoy most forms of music, but after moving to Oregon, nearly everyday at work, for a better part of five years, I was forced to listen to country music. :yuck:
I sure hope someone fed that poor dog Jake.

There are a few songs that have gotten under my skin for life: Garden Party by Rick Nelson, Space Oddity by Bowie, Funeral for a Friend by EJ, Heart of Gold by Neil Young, and that stupid song from Billy Jack still gets me - One Tin Soldier by Coven. But I think that these songs have emotional attachments that take them beyond the level of just being good or favorite songs.

As for classical, one of my favorites has always been The Planets, by Holtz; go figure!
 

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