Belching Words

Posted in interests., music. by Lex on May 22, 2010

Just yesterday, I started listening to two of Debussy’s creations. It’s beautiful. The more I listen, the more I want to learn how to play the  piano. The more I play it, images start on forming on my mind, moving in harmony with the beat – fast and slow.

Does anybody of you listen to classical music? Can you recommend me anything else?

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  1. Nic said, on May 23, 2010 at 4:02 pm

    Hello there!

    Of course, I’ll recommend Dvorak (his Cello piece “Silent Woods”, cello concertos, humoresques…), Camille Saint-Saens (Perhaps “The Swan” and “Dance Macabre”?), Schubert of course (is Op.1 Erlkönig is mind blowing), Schumann (Kreisleriana, Symphony Nº4), one underrated composer named Willhelm Stenhammar (Piano concerto in Bbm), Mussorgsky! (The great gate of Kiev, Night on Bald Mountain) and many many others that you’ll find if you search ;)

    Cheers! I don’t usually post my blog everywhere, just because it’s noy my style, but if you really like to see a wide variety of composers (and their music), http://composersden.wordpress.com/ :D!

    Cheers again.

    • Lex said, on May 24, 2010 at 6:12 am

      Well, this is a real treat! Thank you very much Nic for dropping by!

  2. shoreacres said, on May 22, 2010 at 4:03 pm

    I do listen to Classical music, and Debussy’s La Mer was one of my first favorites.

    I’ve gone through phases. For a while the “big” orchestra composers like Beethoven appealed. Later, I enjoyed Mozart a good bit, and then moved toward the Baroque.

    I love Vivaldi’s “Four Seasons”. I really enjoy Bach, too – not the choral works as much as things like “The Well Tempered Clavier”.

    Here’s a lovely Bach organ piece played on the organ of a Houston church I used to attend – beautiful! I’ll think some more this weekend – what a good thing you’ve done, getting me to think about this!

    • Lex said, on May 23, 2010 at 6:43 am

      You’ve been a good help as well! I really like Debussy’s Clair de Lune. I think it’s my favorite.

      I’ll try listening to those you mentioned. Thank you very much!


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