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#2
I'm pretty fond of Paganini's 24th on the violin, but the sheer awesomeness of Moonlight Sonata 3rd movement is too much.
#3
Got a lot.

Moonlight Sonata - Ludwig Van Beethoven
Canon in D - Pachellbel
Hungarian Dance No. 5 in G Minor - Johannes Brahms
The whole Four Seasons - Antonio Vivaldi
Four Ancient Hungarian Dances from the 17th Century, No. 4: Acrobats - Ferenc Farkas
In The Hall of the Mountain King - Edward Greig
La Vida breve: Spanish Dance No. 1 - Manuel De Falla
#5
Bach - Harpiscord Concerto in G minor
Bach - Bouree - among other ppls favorites im sure
Vivaldi - Summer
Vivaldi - Winter
Vivaldi - Spring
Vivaldi - Concerto for four violins in E Minor
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#6
Cannon in D (the one in drop D for the solo guitar)

Unrelated question. I am trying to find the name of a classical song, that is widley used as a little jingle, and in stuff like alarm clocks. I dont have much to help you find the song, but the intro of it sound like it would be played (on the high e String) 11-12-11-12-11-12
then on the b string 15-14-13. Play that on your guitar, and tell me if you know the name of the song. I would really apreciate it, as i want to learn the real araingment.
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#7
Quote by MySweetFracture
Cannon in D (the one in drop D for the solo guitar)

Unrelated question. I am trying to find the name of a classical song, that is widley used as a little jingle, and in stuff like alarm clocks. I dont have much to help you find the song, but the intro of it sound like it would be played (on the high e String) 11-12-11-12-11-12
then on the b string 15-14-13. Play that on your guitar, and tell me if you know the name of the song. I would really apreciate it, as i want to learn the real araingment.

Are you thinking of Fur Elise?
#9
my favorite would be Toccatta and Fugue in D minor by Bach
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#10
Vivaldi: Winter
Nigel Westlake: Antarctica
JS Bach: Italian Concerto
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#11
Moonlight Sonata - Ludwig Van Beethoven

I think it is Fur Elise, just poorly done (no offense)
#12
Quote by DeSean
Are you thinking of Fur Elise?


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#14
Beethoven's Piano Concerto #14 (1st Movement). Musical perfection.
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#15
Quote by MySweetFracture
Cannon in D (the one in drop D for the solo guitar)

Unrelated question. I am trying to find the name of a classical song, that is widley used as a little jingle, and in stuff like alarm clocks. I dont have much to help you find the song, but the intro of it sound like it would be played (on the high e String) 11-12-11-12-11-12
then on the b string 15-14-13. Play that on your guitar, and tell me if you know the name of the song. I would really apreciate it, as i want to learn the real araingment.

do you mean to go 11-12 / / /

and then on the B string go 12 - 15 - 13 - 10
because i haven't heard of the one you said b4 sry
K nm i see ppl have answered you question
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#16
Quote by The Ted
Moonlight Sonata - Ludwig Van Beethoven

I think it is Fur Elise, just poorly done (no offense)



Hahaha thats ok, i just figured it out by ear really quick.
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#17
Gustav Holst's "Mars, Bringer of War"
Carl Orff's "O Fortuna"
The third movement of Vivaldi's "Summer"
Tchaikovsky's whole Swan Lake Suite
Franz Liszt's second Hungarian Rhapsody
#18
Dun Dun Dun Duuuuuuuuun
Dun Dun Dun Duuuuuuuuun
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#19
Quote by sheumack111
Vivaldi: Winter
Nigel Westlake: Antarctica
JS Bach: Italian Concerto

Finally, someone else that likes Winter best.

^And I'd have to let you know, It would take a lot of pot to get me that stoned.
#21
Quote by DeSean
Finally, someone else that likes Winter best.

^And I'd have to let you know, It would take a lot of pot to get me that stoned.



Have you ever Had Cali weed? From one of the clubs? My uncle lived in Amersterdam for 2 years, and he says the dank out here is better.


edit: sorry for the jack, TS
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#22
Quote by DeSean
^And I'd have to let you know, It would take a lot of pot to get me that stoned.


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#24
zigeunerweisen- pablo sarasate (sheer uber violin shred on 3rd movement lol)
paganini's 1st, 5th, and 24th caprice
four seasons summer 1st and 3rd movement- antonio vivaldi
canon in D- johann pachelbel

lots more just cant think rith now
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#25
Well, I much more prefer music from the Baroque Period. Bach FTW!
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#26
baroque... lol pachebel FTW, VIVALDI FTW!!!1
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<Raven> that I WOKE UP high o_o
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#27
Why, may I ask, is this in the Pit?


There is a Classical Thread in the "Other" sub-forum of the Bands & Artists Forum.
#28
o rly?!
<Raven> I got so baked last night
<Raven> that I WOKE UP high o_o
<Raven> Do you have any idea how euphoric that is?
<Raven> I felt like I was being born.
#30
Anything by Isaac Albeniz
In memory of the pagan ways...

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#31
*argh*


Well, I might as well state mine.

Tchaikovsy - Piano Concerto No. 1 (specifically the first movement)
Tchaikovsky - Dance of the Reed Flutes
Mozart - Sonata K.331 “Turkish March” (specifically the third movement)
Vivaldi - Concerto in A Minor, Op.3 No.6 (specifically Presto)
Vivaldi - The Four Seasons
Rachmanichoff - Piano Concerto No. 2 (generic, I know)
Liszt - Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 (generic, I know)
Brahms - Ein Dutches Requiem (specifically the first movement)

There are others, but that's enough for now...


By the way, I HATE HATE HATE HATE HATE Paganini and Bach.

Well, I don't really hate them, but I dislike listening to them. I appreciate what Bach did for the advancement of music, but ugh I hate his music.
Last edited by yawn at Jan 22, 2007,
#32
Tchaikovsky's 5th symphony, 1812 Overture
Jupiter by Holst
Nimrod from Elgar's Variations
Mahler's pretty crazy, Beethoven is really good
#34
beethoven - moonlight sonata
pachelbel - canon
vivaldi - the four seasons
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#35
Bach- Air On a G-string


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#36
Last edited by Rox0r713 at Jan 23, 2007,
#37
One of Rachmaninoff's piano concertos.
I haven't really picked a favorite because i usually play 1-4 front to back and i forget which parts belong to which concerto. But they're all beautiful anyway.
#38
I forget the name, but it was in the movie Ray, he plays it before his mistress has a drunken shitfit at him. Also it was in Earthworm Jim the game.

Any help ?
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on the subject:
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Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov "Flight of the Bumblebee"

This is a guitar website so I'm especially surprised nobody mentioned this one!
Never heard of it - check it out.


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#40
Quote by DeSean
Are you thinking of Fur Elise?


I actually played the notes in my head to figure it out.
Yes, it's definately fur elise.
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