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Piano Edition.

Post your favorite piano pieces.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ovedS1xTKlg
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zkIVJVwAA4o
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WlqGkVc29Gw

RIP
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Fur Elise
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hAi7dnvNCw0
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wk1ufSmpxtQ
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>>54815406
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aBFD7x8p_jE

title just says 3/8 but it's 'el corpus christi en sevilla'
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I'm soon going to take a large dose of tryptamines and phenethylamines. What should I listen to while tripping? About 97% of all classical music I've listened to was piano music so I'm not very familiar with orchestral pieces. Only romantic, post-romantic and modern recommendations please.
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>>54815722
Richard Strauss - Elektra
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qb-9mWwxoPc
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3o6Oxv28pWA
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Reminder.
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>>54815824
>no Gould
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implying rihm edition vol. 6 isnt the best mihm album
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music rankings by race

White

Power Gap

Jewish
Japanese
Hispanic
Black
South Asian
Middle-Eastern
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>>54815122
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pt7ps6cx2KE
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G2E058Ep99Y
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H509PDE6RCI (no recording of this one)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0bW7C8ulp8s
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IUAF3abGY2M
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FM9GgEsa8k4
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>>54816296
What's his best piano work(s)?
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>>54818247
haven't heard any of the solo pieces yet but for concerto-like things there's sotto voce notturno and capriccio
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>>54815122
This dude looks like the McPoyles from It's Always Sunny
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>>54818394
>inb4 CLT starts shitting on Always Sunny and posts about 30 Rock
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have a laugh http://www.classicfm.com/discover/music/favourite-classical-quiz/

>>>>>>>>>>>larks ascending
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>>54815379
>>54815570
Good taste

My favorite piano piece is either Scriabin's fifth sonata or Sorabji's Gulistan - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VZs01TevxbM&ab_channel=AlexanderHart
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>Glazunov
I have a boner for the sax concerto.
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>>54818605
>Mahler's Symphony No. 2
i dont even mahler
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>>54818226
Alkan is based
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t6OQpkOUijE
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X-xsqftLfiE
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sU14jZ8HgQU
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5JnHeedYw3o
oh and liszt:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KJbg9V2KnD8
i'm a faggot
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>>54819395
>no Allegro Barbaro
You what.
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Why is it that 50% of the time I turn on BBC radio 3 they aren't playing classical?

What is a better online radio station?
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>>54815122
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=50hLgtpbH_M
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>>54815122
all about schumann

humoreske:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FN_lk1txkQg

gesange der fruhe
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PYlI5bQycHQ

kinderszenen
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QiMFICjD5Hg
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>>54819840
listen in the daytime.
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>>54815122
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2eccpEOjJ-k

horowitz was goat.
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Beethoven, Debussy, Schoenberg, the big 3 when ranked by importance
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>>54818540
Does CLT even post anymore? Haven't seen him in like a year
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Perfection

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cW4AHmTzyMo
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jQVPBYSj8uI

smoke weed everyday
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Anyone listened to The Chopin Project yet? Quite the fan of Ólafur Arnalds but I can't find a download.
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>>54820702
Debussy was a qt in his younger years
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What's a good recordings of Mendelssohn's quartets?
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>>54823691
This one, definitely.
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>>54815824
>no chopin

so fucking tryhard
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Bourlier Piano Sonata
https://soundcloud.com/benjaminbourlier1/sonata-for-piano-bourlier-premiere-full-recital

Roger Sessions Piano Sonata No. 1
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NvxYGUEjft4

Berg Piano Sonata No. 1
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cE28kjHXcPs
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>>54815122
Speaking of Glazunov, what's his best symphony in you guys' opinion

im really enjoy his 3th, but dont know which other to look into next

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=39vylAM_Ecw
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u9QLiefnoDE
Well... its a concerto, but the piano is just magnificent, i deeply love Rachmaninov's work
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>>54815122
Mozart´s 23rd piano concetro, 2nd movement "adagio"
He could have brought about the romanticism a few years earlier if he hadn´t died so soon.
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>>54817004
>black that low
>hispanic that high
>jewish and middle eastern being seperate
>middle eastern at the bottom
>japenese as a race

it's shit
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>>54819111
>sax concerto
you have my attention. might have to check that out

favorite piano piece eh?
Auerbach's preludes are pretty cool
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4rjf9USjtaM

or probably just some Bach suites
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>>54827102
>2015
>feeding the trolls
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hello
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What's some good birthday classical?
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>>54828267
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UAbWJt5frwA
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>>54827985
sup bruh
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SI8U33x51zM
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So what do you guys think of cunts who try to conduct from the piano in a piano concerto? I don't even care if they have bona fides as a conductor, it just looks stupid and irresponsible to me. What is the orchestra supposed to look at, your head?
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>>54831024
idk in stuff like mozart or bach, it's definitely feasible. the more complex the tempi, the more a conductor would be needed
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>>54831298
But bach never wrote a piano concerto :^)
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>>54831309
keyboard

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jovQnR2Tk-I
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>>54831393
>I’m deeply grateful to be Jewish. I feel it’s enriched my life and I feel very strongly about Jewishness.
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>>54831393
baroque concerti don't typically need a conductor
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>>54831490
that was my point
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>>54831567
it seems like an irrelevant point mate
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>>54819395
>>54819449

>No op. 10
>No op. 31
>No op. 39

wekel

>>54819840

They stop playing classical music after 8pm (ish) UK time, so get a proxy and listen to programmes from earlier in the day that you like the look of
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>>54826577

wew

>>54831024

That's how it was done in those days. Same with organ in church, Bach would sit at the organ and play, conducting minimally and relying on (probably) good communication with his head chorister who would then act as a sort of conductor
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>>54832091

Oh and Op. 33 too
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>>54832116
>Bach would sit at the organ and play, conducting minimally

>In his youth and until the approach of old age, he played the violin cleanly and penetratingly, and thus kept the orchestra in better order than he could have done with the harpsichord
>
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>>54832116
>>54832216
>Gesner describes him . . . attending to everything at once and, from a group of thirty or even forty musicians, reminding one of the rhythm and beat by nodding his head, another by stamping his foot, and a third by wagging his finger; giving the right note to one with the top part of his voice, another with the bottom, and a third with the middle; moreover, though he is but one man, with the hardest role of all, while the performers combine to make a great deal of noise, nonetheless noticing immediately if anything sounds wrong, and what is wrong; and holding them all together in due order, stepping in at any point and putting right any unsteadiness, carrying the rhythm in every limb; one man testing every harmony with his sharp ear, one man producing every voice from the confines of his one throat.

>Bach
>conductin minimally
>sit at the organ

Can you at least do some minimal research before spouting obvious nonsense?
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y7Gzrake8nI

i dont understand lachenmann works are structured

all i hear is a bunch of cool sounds but kind of unrelated
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>>54832925
it is related but in a more abstract way.

http://mpr-online.net/Issues/Volume%205%20%5B2012%5D/Orning.pdf

you can think as the elements being related to each other in a pure timbral sense, on a spectrum of super noisy to pure tones. the score looks like it's in a proportional notation. also, it seems like the score is more related to the actions of the performer rather than the actual sound. so it is structured, but in a less exact way.
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>>54832925
also, since it's a solo piece, it's naturally going to be freer and more exploratory in one sense. lachenmann's chamber works are pretty rhythmic and each part plays off of each other a lot.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2dzGVthTC-8
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pYKkZrPz13s
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>Except for Luigi Nono, leading composers of yesterday have exhausted their resources ... They are celebrating the comeback of the bourgeois concept of beauty ... a form sickening to anyone who sees in art – or in beauty – more than just a masquerade (Lachenmann, 1980, p. 21)
hear that you bourgeois pigs
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oy4U6Hbgo44
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>>54827039
if you want to really go by its original usage, "romantic" WAS a term used to describe Mozart's music by his contemporaries. There was an old saying (paraphrased): "Haydn speaks to your head, Mozart speaks to your soul"
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Is Debussy the worst thing to happen to Western Art Music?
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>tfw have to learn German now to play all these Lachenmann scores

feels good? idk
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>>54816024
>Gould
>good
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>>54818605
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Stockhausen's Helicopter Quartet
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>>54834346
that's a mixed feel but if you learn german that makes so much of your life better
>>54834407
certain repertoire he is
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>>54827039
Yeah, >>54833681 is right, Haydn and Mozart were considered the original Romantics, and the latter features prominently in Romantic literature. The "A" in ETA Hoffmann stands for "Amadeus".
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>>54834479
>certain repertoire he is
Like what?

>>54833810
Nah, if you want to hate on modernism, hate on Liszt.
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>>54834512
>Like what?
for me pretty much just Schoenberg
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>>54831298
>idk in stuff like mozart or bach, it's definitely feasible. the more complex the tempi, the more a conductor would be needed
Actually, Mozart's more symphonic concerti profit more from a dedicated conductor than lots of later concerti where the orchestra plays a lesser role (like Mendelssohn's or Hummel's).

On the other hand I know stories where the concertmaster/voice leaders actually had to take over giving the cues because the conductor was so incompetent. Minkowski (who, like countless other HIP "conductors", has zero conducting training) was utterly incapable of conducting the finale of Brahms' 1st piano concerto (which is really difficult rhythmically), so the Chamber Orchestra of Europe, who do have a lot of experience playing without conductors, took over.
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>>54834479
yeah, i'm already trying to learn it on my own anyway, this just gives me more motivation
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Schubert's Piano Sonata in A minor, D. 845 is really cool, especially the circle progression that veils the start of the first movement's recapitulation

>>54834515
Yeah the chart does lack Schoenberg players, though there's a great Piano Concerto with Brendel and Maderna.
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>>54834810
Also the dramatic reinterpretation of the bII's dominant into an augmented sixth chord before the march-rhythm transition starts
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>>54834810
>>54834863
I managed to hear a live performance of the B-flat sonata recently. It's the first time I've really sat through an entire one of his sonatas...I don't know why but they've never really grabbed me. I enjoyed the performance but I still feel like the Sonata lacked a sort of latching interest throughout, but rather just at certain points.
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>>54834863
Somehow the juxtaposition of that serious main theme and the march reminds me of Mahler

>>54834881
Yeah, I also think the last sonatas in particular meander more than is good for them. I prefer the smaller piano pieces, where he doesn't distend sonata forms in that manner. The A minor sonata is a lot more compact though, give it a try: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bvta3QA5A7c
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>>54834904
yeah I definitely appreciate this sonata a lot more just from the first movement. Much more focused, and as you said less wandering.
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>>54834904
Wow, and the coda, how the march is turned sinister. Really Mahlerian. It also has something rondo-like, due to how frequently the main theme returns verbatim.
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Believe the hype

such lush nuanced playing from Hahn...
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zcGt9AFlIPY

i must learn this, shit
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>>54835185
just don't do it for Saxophone choir like the atrocious arrangement by ESP

god, what a travesty
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>>54835197
saxophone choirs/quartets are the worst combinations of instruments generally. solo/duos are usually okay though. I'm probably going to learn it for classical guitar, but I might learn on electric guitar or cello idk
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>>54835259
I actually don't have too terrible thoughts towards the sax choir itself. They've played some neat stuff. I enjoyed Festive Overture by them.
That being said arranging a solo violin work for saxophone choir of like 20-30 people pretty much fits into my preconceived stereotype of classical saxophonists being egotistical, anti-art instrumentalists rather than musicians.
I bet it would sound very interesting on electric guitar.
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>>54835259
>saxophone choirs/quartets are the worst combinations of instruments generally.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qn5YZLJ0QBw
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>>54835303
>>54835322
idk why I remember it being 20-30 people but oh well
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>>54834810
was schubert a romantic? why or why not?
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>>54835406
not him but I think anyone (CLT) who says Schubert isn't a Romantic is somehow wholly ignorant of his clearly Romantic tendencies and innovations in the composer as interpreter as in the Artsongs.
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>>54835406
If you accept the conventional notion of Romanticism in music, certainly.

In more neutral terms his music is both typical of the early 19th century and greatly influenced later musicians, especially in his less "dramatic" treatment and expansion of sonata form.
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>>54835322
heard worse bach arrangements tbh
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>>54835528
>>54835322
ok the end is awful
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Is it wrong to explore dumb genres of music like hip hop?
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>>54835766
>wrong
it's just music relax

no idea why you would do that though
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>>54835861
>no idea why you would do that though
It's the current pop genre, so I figured I give it a whirl.
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