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Catmando wrote:Listening to Beethoven's The Creatures of Prometheus, and I thought the theme sounded very familiar......and sure enough it was what I thought.
Hmmm, I guess I never realized that part of the theme of The Creatures of Prometheus was used in the Finale of his Eroica 3rd Symphony.
shostakovich wrote:Hi Ray, he also used the theme for one of his contradances (#7?), and the Eroica Variations for piano. It's amazing what can be squeezed out of a simple theme. That goes for Paganini's 24th Caprice and the famous Dies Irae.
Shapley wrote:I was listening the Au Fond du Temple Saint on B.com, and was curious who was performing it (I thought I had heard better versions played here). Using the 'listen and link' feature, I followed it to Amazon.com, and found this: Greatest Opera Show on Earth.
Am I missing something? Does anyone else see Au Fond du Temple Saint on the listing?
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