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Discussion in 'General Chat' started by hognose, Jun 24, 2015.
Plenty of fanfares for the royals here in Queensland today, here's one for the common people.
Well, let's see ...
@Tipetoo , you put me in the mood for this:
which we love doing in our jams here.
And also this, which we're just learning:
Well on Classic Rock it's Queen day so listening to
You're my Best Friend
I like Arlo Guthrie, I posted Alice's Restaurant a while ago in this thread.
Jan Garbarek: Parce Mihi Domine
I like this version of The Sound Of Silence.
I am reading a Madeleine L'Engle novel about a family of young teenagers who play and sing Bach, et al. So ...
Wish Blake could see this.
had this on repeat for several days amazing!
Bach was the man. Still is, really.
I'm listening to Chillhop Fall 2018 playlist. Nice to focus on work, and block out Steve Wrong.
@Contralto I agree with you about Madeleine L'Engle.
The chant sounds interesting. And that video is absolutely lovely.
This year the King's Christmas Eve carols included several of my favorites of theirs.
Right now I am thinking of this for next Sunday:
Igor Stravinsky The Firebird
Goose Creek Symphony
Brahms Symphony No 3 4th movement
This is one of the pieces that touch me beyond this universe! The magic about this piece is that it makes you feel as if the composer is looking for something he has been searching for since sometimes but finally he finds it.
Muse, 2Cellos, Within Temptation, Disturbed, Alfred Brendel ... amongst many
Earl Scruggs is on the Google home page today so I've been watching YouTube to learn the difference between his style of finger-picking and clawhammer banjo playing. "Cripple Creek" and "Foggy Mountain Breakdown" and "The Ballad of Jed Clampett." And one of my favorites: