#1
I'm looking for some cool classical songs. anybody have any suggestions of stuff i should listen to?
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#2
Beethoven's 14th Sonata.
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#7
nicolo paganini, vivaldi, wagner, bach. not really song recs but pretty much any songs by these guys is good. and whoever wrote "in the hall of the mountain king" is pretty good too(forget).

hydon symphony no. 88 finale is also pretty good.
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Vivaldi's 4 seasons, specifically the third movement of summer
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#9
Bach's cello suites, Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata, and nearly any of Mozart's pieces.
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#10
Violin Concerto No.3 in G Major by Mozart. Seriously, that piece is very orgasmic.
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Vivaldi's 4 seasons, specifically the third movement of summer



QFT, and the first movement of winter is also quite epic.
#13
Malher, Bach, all those mentioned above me. For something a bit different, try Steve Reich, Philip Glass, Terry Riley, and La Monte Young.
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#14
To get you in touch more easily, I'd start with some uptempo stuff.
Try this:
Sarasate
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xir-5oAWxXE
The last part is amazing.

Vivaldi
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=St9wYu_WeAM

Tchaikovsky (I LOVE that song)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ekgP7poLnJY

Beethoven (Listen to the whole thing if you like it. Pay attention to the harmonies. It's amazing)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B_5z0m7cs0A

Rossini
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_onNwWNaIaI&feature=related

Mozart (slow, but the awesomeness of it makes up for the lack of speed for you)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=swkT07TP-mo

Schubert (also slow)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aQVz6vuNq7s&feature=related
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#16
Could you be more specific? Giving use the criteria of "European music from the year 476 up" is a bit vague.

In fact, this is even more vague than "Hey, can you recommend some cool Rock music?"
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Could you be more specific? Giving use the criteria of "European music from the year 476 up" is a bit vague.

In fact, this is even more vague than "Hey, can you recommend some cool Rock music?"

He just wants to get into classical music. He doesn't know about all the different styles.
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He just wants to get into classical music. He doesn't know about all the different styles.
Evidently.
#20
Paganini-24th and 5th Caprices. Liszt-Mephisto Waltz
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#23
well of course any beethoven, bach, mozart...but some other names not yet mentioned who have ****loads of great music are brahms, haydn, schubert, chopin, lizst, handel, schumann...also check out Gustav Holst's planets suite, check out antonin Dvoark, Bela Bartok, DEBUSSY is a must, Edvard Greig, Hummel, Wagner, Tchaikovsky, vivaldi, Stravinsky, Shostakovich, Rachmaninov has amazing pieces, charles ives ...theres lots more really
#24
if you're into the more modern contemporary stuff, give george gershwin a listen
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#25
Krzystof Penderecki might appeal to you if wou're willing to significantly broaden your opinion on what counts as music. The textures on his "Threnody for the victims of Hiroshima" are beautifully horrifying. He has some interesting concertos, too.