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  • Originally posted by dusken
    The Moonlight Sonata:
    I believe the first movement is more famous and would probably be considered more tender. It has three movements each faster than the other.
    The world could not have done without that perceptive insight.
    Achkerov kute.

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    • Originally posted by Anonymouse
      The world could not have done without that perceptive insight.
      The world could not have done without that perceptive insight.

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      • yeah you're right about the movement i guess...but then again i'm not a music major--though i did take a full year music major's course (history & lit) which was THE coolest G.E. i ever took!!

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        • Originally posted by dusken
          The Moonlight Sonata:
          I believe the first movement is more famous and would probably be considered more tender. It has three movements each faster than the other.
          u believe correctly. the famous slow-moving movement was the first & thats the one that caused sum schmuck critic out of left field to refer to the sonata as "Moonlight".. beethoven didnt even mean for it to evoke the image of moonlight, he originally gave it the title "Sonata Quasi Una Fantasia" (Sonata almost like a fantasy) & when he first heard about the 'Moonlight' title, he was like "wtf is this guy talking about??" lol

          the second movement is sorta waltzy & minuetish or something... kinda makes u wanna dance 18th century style lol & finally the third is crazy fast & loud.. so much for the "Moonlight" theory... hahaha


          Originally posted by Anonymouse
          The world could not have done without that perceptive insight.
          shatap you
          isnt there a broom somewhere waiting to whack u over the head?

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          • Originally posted by hyebruin
            one of the most beautiful pieces ever written:
            vivaldi's "spring" movement....absolutely genius!!!
            "Spring" is not a movement, its an entire concerto with 3 movements of its own.

            Vivaldi's "Four Seasons" is 4 concertos, one for each season, with 3 movements each. the opening movement of "Spring" is the most popular one (Linen Chest commercials.. lol) & thats probably the one ure listening to.

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            • Originally posted by ardenik
              "Spring" is not a movement, its an entire concerto with 3 movements of its own.

              Vivaldi's "Four Seasons" is 4 concertos, one for each season, with 3 movements each. the opening movement of "Spring" is the most popular one (Linen Chest commercials.. lol) & thats probably the one ure listening to.

              thanks for the info but 'linen chest commercials' is not where i listen to it; i do have all 4 seasons on one cd

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              • Wow. This thread got over 1,000 replies. Niiiiiiiiiiice.

                Lillix - Sick
                I see...

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                • Albinoni-Adagio for Strings in G Minor
                  Dvorak - New World Symphony- Mvt. 3
                  Pachelbel's Canon in D (very full orchestration)
                  We all carry reminders of our past, some are more visible than others. Some are so visible that everyone reads what they believe we've become. It's sometimes hard to dissuade others from the story they have written for us.

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                  • Originally posted by hyebruin
                    thanks for the info but 'linen chest commercials' is not where i listen to it; i do have all 4 seasons on one cd
                    He never said you were listening to it because of the commercial, fibroma.

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                    • Originally posted by Emil
                      Albinoni-Adagio for Strings in G Minor
                      Dvorak - New World Symphony- Mvt. 3
                      Pachelbel's Canon in D (very full orchestration)
                      wow, classical music is the theme these days eh? hehehe


                      Originally posted by dusken
                      He never said you were listening to it because of the commercial, fibroma.
                      fibroma?? loolll man if ure as creative playing music as u are coming up with insults, id like to jam with u some day

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