Tags saint-saens, wagner, mozart, chopin, weber
Artists Leslie Howard, Claudio Arrau, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
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)!
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