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bignaf wrote:aside from the 5th, there is not much else that makes him a classical era composer.
navneeth wrote:bignaf wrote:aside from the 5th, there is not much else that makes him a classical era composer.
Not even his earlier works?
I think it would be better to have a category called Transition era. Classical-Romanticism
navneeth wrote:I listened to the Bohm CD today. Compared to the only 6th I've heard prior to this (i.e. Drahos and Nikolaus Esterhazy Symphonia (sp?)), I felt it was taken at more relaxed pace, which only adds to the beauty of this particular symphony.
navneeth wrote:Catmando wrote:Now I feel the urge to go and listen to the 6th!
Make a request now at Beethoven.com (If you're at work that is)
Catmando wrote:I now have a new welcomed addition to my classical collection.
We had a Secret Santa gift exchange yesterday, and the person who had me bought me an 8 CD Mozart 250th Anniversary Collection.
Each CD features selections of movements from various works, and each CD focuses on a Genre Category.
The 8 categories being:
1 - Chamber Music
2 - Music for Piano Solo
3 - Opera
4 - Piano Concerti
5 - Sacred Music
6 - Serenades & Divertimenti
7 - Wind and String Concerti
8 - Symphonies
An absolute marvelous gift, especially considering the limit for Secret Santa was $20!
Plus I got a Challenger Sudoku book with all hard ones!
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