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Kyujuroku 96
Is there any fan of Maurice Ravel's Bolero? cuz I'm one
I'll probably map the Taiko no Tasujin DS verision soon

Kyujuroku 96
Is there any fan of Maurice Ravel's Bolero? cuz I'm one


UnderminE
I remember once I listened to Beethoven's 9th Symphony twice while studying for the exams. I also remember I passed all of them.

Also quoting from Piano thread:

UnderminE wrote:

I wasn't planning to post youtube videos on this sub-forum, but I had to post this one because no words could describe this epicness:

Dafydd

kanye west wrote:

I am a HUGE Chopin fan. Everything in this YouTube channel is...simply amazing.
I love the Black Key Etude... I think it was also Chopin. :D
Moriya Suwako

bigdan27 wrote:

Is there any fan of Maurice Ravel's Bolero? cuz I'm one


Yeah I love Bolero very much =w=
Blue Stig
Andrew York.
Good Stuff.

Layne
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Yuugo
Birdy
RynaHitsune
Beethoven...

BanYa...

Isaac Shepard musics~

(...I can't post youtube for some reasons .u.)
hmku_hikari
Fur Elise? :3
Louis Cyphre
1. Frederic Francois Chopin.

Favourite pieces:

1. Revolutionary Etude op 10 №12
2. Waltz №2 op 69
3. Fantasie Impromptu op posth (66)
4. Nocturne №20 op posth
5. Winter Wind op 25 №11
6. Nocturne №1 op 9
7. Funeral March op 35, piano sonata №2, movement №3
8. Waterfall op 10 №1
9. Octave op 25 №10

2. Ludwig wan Beethoven

Favourite pieces:

1. Moonlight Sonata op 27, sonata №14, 1st/3rd movements.
2. Hammerklavier op 106, sonata № 29, whole set.
3. Fur Elise, ,Bagatelle № 25
4. Symphony №5
5. Symphony №9
6. Symphony №3
7. Pathetique, op 13, sonata № 8, movement №3

3. Ferenc Ritter von Liszt

Favourite pieces:

1. Totentanz, Dance macabre, op
2. Liebestraume, nocturne №3
3. Paganini Etudes: La Camplanella
4. Hanguarian Rhapsody #2


Other favourite composers:

4. Johann Sebastian Bach
5. Antonio Luci Vivaldi
6. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Mogsy
I'm only going to assume that you mean 'classical' as in 'most instrumental non-jazz/electronic/rock music, usually made pre-second-half-of-the-20th-century' and not the classical era. Especially since most of these lists span multiple composers over hundreds of years and technique varieties.

Here, have some Béla Bartók, in that case.


And some Debussy.


And some Monteverdi.
Birdy
Moriya Suwako

Mogsworth wrote:

I'm only going to assume that you mean 'classical' as in 'most instrumental non-jazz/electronic/rock music, usually made pre-second-half-of-the-20th-century' and not the classical era. Especially since most of these lists span multiple composers over hundreds of years and technique varieties.
Well I assume that 'classical' means 'the music with serious meanings', and that's my definition of classical music. Actually there are lots of composers in 20th century and 21st century:some of them use radical techniques such as the absence of tonality(a.k.a. atonic music) while others put jazz/rock elements into their own music(a perfect and famous example is some of Ravel's works).
It's not necessary to be instrumental, in my opinion. Like Schoenberg and Webern, who wrote lots of vocal music.
Moriya Suwako
Lemme post some contemporary music. Just like contemporary art, they have meanings beyond comprehension.(But yeah, they're classified under classical music)

John Cage's 4'33


Schoenberg's 6 piano pieces Op.19


Edgard Varese's Ionization
mathexpert

Moriya Suwako wrote:

John Cage's 4'33
Hell yes, I was waiting for someone to post this.
silmarilen
this is my personal favourite

i remember i used to search for the first part for years, probably more than 10 years. i was so happy when i heard it on the radio and finaly found out what it was called.
mercedes2345
Mozart is my favourite composer, especially his works in 'The marriage of Figaro', when I found out it was being performed in my local theater, I couldn't contain my excitement, and I thoroughly enjoyed the performance :)
mathexpert
An absolutely stunningly beautiful piece, unfortunately it's by a lesser-known composer so not many know about it.

A piece that truly explores every inch of the piano to its full potential.

Written by Beethoven, Transcribed by Lizst, performed by Gould. Holy crap.
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