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Post  Guest on Sat 5 Sep - 16:54

In a similar vein - good to chill out by.....


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Post  Reggie Dunlop on Sat 5 Sep - 21:02


The comments on Youtube are interesting. - "Triumphal victory marches don't tend to be through a construction zone."

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Post  Guest on Sun 6 Sep - 13:37

Tickling the ivories


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Post  Reggie Dunlop on Sun 6 Sep - 18:19

Some more Liszt (sort of).


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Post  Bridgieboo on Sat 12 Sep - 15:45

Holst's Planet Suite is my favourite...I believe my Grandfather was the conductor at the first performance of the Planets


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Post  Guest on Sat 12 Sep - 16:03

Bridgieboo wrote:Holst's Planet Suite is my favourite...I believe my Grandfather was the conductor at the first performance of the Planets

Welcome Bridgieboo - was that at the private concert or the Queens Hall one??



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Post  Bridgieboo on Sun 13 Sep - 0:02

Photon... He performed at the Queen's Hall one.

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Post  Guest on Sun 13 Sep - 8:01

Did anyone else see the Last Night Of The Proms? I thought that the lead soprano completely murdered Rule Britannia. Although the costume was cool.

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Post  Guest on Sun 13 Sep - 8:12

My favourite piece ever is Tchaikovsky's "Chant Sans Paroles", which was written for the piano. My Grandfather used to play it, and he had no formal training whatsoever; he couldn't even read music, but he had the wonderful talent that he could pick up almost any instrument and five minutes later, he would be getting a tune out of it.

Anyway, this is a very obscure piece, and the only one I could find on You Tube was played by saxophonists! Also, the tempo is far too fast. But this will give you an idea of it, and the old gramophone is pretty neat.


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Post  Guest on Sun 13 Sep - 8:51

A good tempo to , though FG!

My first favourite piece of music ('cos dad used to play it!):




Bridgieboo - an incredibly fine conductor

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Post  Guest on Wed 16 Sep - 18:47



PS this is good for your brain

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