Discussion in 'Music' started by HandPanzer, Sep 22, 2015.
Love this thread, but your Friday nights could use a bit of help.
One of my personal favorites. This recording is great as well.
Enjoyable track. Kind of a nice, simple 'celebration' type of piece that kind of keeps going in its ebulliency. 9/10 would listen again.
This choral version of Samuel Barber's Adagio for Strings is pretty neat.
That's some spectacular stuff.
I would also recommend Scriabin's Le Poème de l'extase.
@LiddyRules you would probably really enjoy the Chopin nocturnes. Arthur Rubenstein does my favorite interpretation of them.
Butterworth led an interesting, albeit prematurely cut short, life.
I always wonder how you write down stuff like cracking the strings or knocking on the guitars or other instruments in the notation.
A lot of times it's just written out, but with experimental composers comes experimental notation. Things get especially strange when the piece relies on improvisation a la John Cage.
Another personal favorite of mine. If you ever find yourself with some time to spare, I highly recommend it.
You guys like classical covers of pop songs? I used to know a station that was amazing (it was on like a cable music channel years ago). Then I moved and have never found anything close.