Tags saint-saens, wagner, mozart, chopin, weber
Artists Frank Shipway: Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra
January 14, 2011
Eight tracks including music by Beethoven, Schubert, and Tchaikovsky.
(Followed by @leiwandesk's mix "Du bout de la pensée - Postulez en vous-même...")
oh no kidding! that's funny, i'm not as familiar with his work to be honest. i think i got that off a compilation of popular classical pieces... Chopin's nocturnes though... omg, a definite fav, on my top albums. i'm a piano player too btw!! but haven't played in oh-so-long. but i still love classical piano pieces... i do have access to a piano... maybe i'll play today just for the hell of it... so therapeutic and meditative for me... could use some of that today
ha... no no... I really like the pieces you got here... for instance I love the Chopin one... but I just can't stand Wagner and his music at all... for some reasons... ;)
i know i know, i felt like i had to stick in some popular ones. it's fun sometimes
like your selection (despite the Wagner piece)!
Ernie's Tune (jazz)13 by aunt13
by artists including Dexter Gordon, Blue Mitchell (Blue Note)*, and John Lewis (Atlantic)*
*c/o recent trip to Repo Records in Philly.
jimmy smith, freddie redd, paul chambers, jazz
colour me in (indie/rock)13 by aunt13
the space between me and silence.
autour de lucie, pixies, the sundays, the muffs, neutral milk hotel
off the beaten path (rock/new wave/world)13 by aunt13
Ten tracks by artists including Neil Young, Cabaret Voltaire, and Gary Numan.
radiohead, bauhaus, beastie boys, post-punk, rock
A Living Sickness (rock/new wave)13 by aunt13
Nine tracks by artists such as Elvis Costello, The Smiths, and Endgames.
dwarves, east of eden, broadcast, synthpop, new wave