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Old 03-22-2015, 02:06 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Gorecki's 3rd symphony still moves me after many, many listens.
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Bach's unfinished fugue (Contrapunctus XIV) from The Art of Fugue
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Bach's unfinished fugue (Contrapunctus XIV) from The Art of Fugue
I think this is one of the most emotional and beautiful classical pieces overall. Good pick (though the whole Art of Fugue can be extremely intense and emotional if performed by the right players).
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I think this is one of the most emotional and beautiful classical pieces overall. Good pick (though the whole Art of Fugue can be extremely intense and emotional if performed by the right players).
Yes!! Also, there's a novel thing: Mr. Davitt Moroney's take on how, in his perspective, the piece might've ended. It's on his 1985 harpsichord recording for Harmonia Mundi [J.S. Bach: Die Kunst der Fuge, BWV 1080]. The recording itself & his playing are exquisite, though.
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Ravel "Piano Concerto for the Left Hand"
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Mahler's 9th Symphony
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The most emotional I have ever gotten while watching an opera was during Massenet's Manon, the aria "Adieu, notre petite table"
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Hi everyone, can you tell me what are some emotional classical pieces you have either that's gonna be a sad or happy. Thanks
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