Romantic and inspirational music...  

LoyaltyandHonor 36M/32F
3114 posts
5/24/2005 8:03 am

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3/5/2006 9:27 pm

Romantic and inspirational music...

Molto Allegro
Rondo Alla Turca
Marriage of Figaro

Allegro Con Brio (#5)
Moonlight Sonata
For Elise
Rage over the lost penny

Carmen Overture

Hans Zimmer
The Battle
The Might of Rome
The Barbarian Horde

James Horner
Wallace Courts Murron
Sons of Scotland
The Battle of Stirling
The Legend Spreads

These are a "few" of my favorites. I will dig through and find a more complete list and update this. These are however, very easily my favorites.

rm_bella_ 48F
4030 posts
5/24/2005 7:52 pm

I am partial to Italian opera's...Great educational blog. And who said AdultFriendFinder was only about sex!

LoyaltyandHonor 36M/32F
1241 posts
5/24/2005 4:40 pm

I like Vivaldi and Struass as well... I'll list my favorite peices of theirs as well tomorrow I imagine.

papyrina 52F
21133 posts
5/24/2005 1:40 pm

try some vivaldi and Strass,

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GoddessOfTheDawn 106F
11240 posts
5/24/2005 9:41 am

Have to agree with SensuallyKatey some very good ones

lustmirror 64M
2897 posts
5/24/2005 9:39 am

I don't know if this will interest you or not. There is a group that I am particularly partial to these days, the Steve Kimock Band. I remember in a previous post, you listed favorite instruments, and it leaned heavily to strings. I love the vibration of strings. It seems to resonate through my thought process much more effectively than more voice similar instruments, like reed and horns.
.....This is a group of guitar, guitar, bass, drums. Steve Kimock is an excellant player, of all styles, and plays a dozen instruments per show, including three and four neck steel guitars. I have seen him play a guitar, slide, and yet it sounds like a steel guitar. His touch is extremely soulful, and his steel work carries every bit of the soaring penetration of a violin.
.....if you have access to broadband, this music is available, free and legally. I can reccommend two shows in particular...11/14/04, and a radio broadcast from this month (KPFA )...5/04/05. If you do in fact check them out, I would be curious as to your take on it. The movements are very involving...there are no lyrics, just the fluid mathematics of tonal arhetecture.

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