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Old 02-23-2021, 01:07 PM   #301 (permalink)
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hey that's Amsterdam in the thumbnail! Lovely music too. I love stuff like this
Bit short on variation, though. Can't have everything!
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I'll get around to joining at some point but this rolling camera world live feed featuring great classical selections should fulfill any impromptu yearning.

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Old 03-10-2021, 07:44 AM   #303 (permalink)
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Coro virtuale "Va pensiero" ("Nabucco" di G. Verdi) - International Opera Choir

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My connections with this are truly manifold.

First thing first, I used to play this sonata as a kid

A French philosophy prof I had years later, upon learning about me knowing a thing or two about the piano and pianists, would go on and on about being friends with Brendel (for a change from his usual schtick of going on about being friends with other famous people. he wasn't lying, he was a well-known intellectual, but it wasn't easy to keep the straight face)
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Old 08-25-2021, 04:33 PM   #307 (permalink)
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My connections with this are truly manifold.

First thing first, I used to play this sonata as a kid

A French philosophy prof I had years later, upon learning about me knowing a thing or two about the piano and pianists, would go on and on about being friends with Brendel (for a change from his usual schtick of going on about being friends with other famous people. he wasn't lying, he was a well-known intellectual, but it wasn't easy to keep the straight face)
Nice story.Actally i didnt hear this song before,neither the artist. It's just a really beautiful song
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