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    Re: Classical Music

    "josdin00" wrote:
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    As played out as Canon in D Major is, I still like it (as well as all Baroque)...here's a different take by a guitarist in Taiwan.

    [youtube=425,350]QjA5faZF1A8[/youtube]
    Here's a different guitarist's take on the Cannon in D.

    [youtube=425,350]JdxkVQy7QLM[/youtube]

    LOL, that's the first time I've heard a segue way from Twisted Sister to Pachelbel. That was funny. ;D
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    Re: Classical Music

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    Nothing quite like a seven inch piece for men alone.
    Only one I've ever come across, actually.
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    Dude.
    Really - you need to keep your personal live personal, ya dig?

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    Re: Classical Music

    "BerkleeVikesFan80" wrote:
    Bartok String quartets, this one isnt my favorite but it was all i could find.
    I had a class where i had to analize every one of his string quartets and the guy is a nutball.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ejC2eI850gg

    and rite of spring, always a classic.
    had this as my final for conducting class and its a pain because the meter changes every freaking bar
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PSyoi0EGYBw

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    That's impressive. It's hard enough to tap out the time on a table top for that piece. I couldn't even imagine conducting it.

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    Re: Classical Music

    [youtube=425,350]eSypqOGqH38[/youtube]

    He's playing a 20-string guitar...

    A very good piece of music to simply relax or reflect to... if you can get over the faces this guy makes.

    Actually, don't even watch the video, just listen to it.
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    Classical music is so good to study to. It actually helps. I do not study that well in silence, but I cannot do it when there is too much noise. Itunes has a bunch of free radio stations that are perfect to relax to.
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    Re: Classical Music

    "VikingMike" wrote:
    As played out as Canon in D Major is, I still like it (as well as all Baroque)...here's a different take by a guitarist in Taiwan.

    [youtube=425,350]QjA5faZF1A8[/youtube]
    I love that piece.
    In high school, I played the bass line on tuba for the women's choir.
    It was awesome.
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