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zoned On February 10, 2008




st. clair, Michigan
#1New Post! Feb 06, 2008 @ 12:14:58
I love classical music. Some of my favorite composers are Mahler,Shostakovich,Tchiakovsky etc. I wish to correspond with somebody who beleives ,like I do that classical music is the eigth wonder of the world.Iknow a lot about composers and conductors.I beleive that Leonard Bernstein was the last great conductor. Probably Furtwangler is my all time favorite. Please feel free to pm me or go to e-mail- @comcast. net">rziegler1956 @comcast. net Bravo!
harryfielder On December 29, 2010




Watford, United Kingdom
#2New Post! Feb 06, 2008 @ 12:51:17
I'm a great music lover and I love (almost ) all music..

Aitch,
zoned On February 10, 2008




st. clair, Michigan
#3New Post! Feb 06, 2008 @ 13:30:47
Hi Harry! Just wondering,since you live in England,have you had the chance to catch any symphony performances? I have cd's of the London Symphony Orchestra playing music of Shostakovich. I think they do a great job with Russian music and German.like Mahler. Are you a concert goer? I live near Detroit,Michigan and they have a world-class orchestra. Leonard Slatkin is now the principal conductor!
operaghost On June 13, 2008




Long Island, New York
#4New Post! Feb 06, 2008 @ 13:50:13
The closest thing I listen to classical music would be Opera. And in that Wagner & Verdi are the fave composers.
zoned On February 10, 2008




st. clair, Michigan
#5New Post! Feb 06, 2008 @ 15:19:21
Have you tried Puccini? Such as La Boheme and Turandot-works that would be certain to please.
semi_precious_stone On June 23, 2019




, United Kingdom
#6New Post! Feb 06, 2008 @ 15:23:03
I listen to classical music when I study.

I started because someone told me it was good to listen to when studying for some reason.

I have really started to like it though - but I don't know much about it.

Then again - I also study to Chuck Berry and Little Richard
treacle On July 11, 2009




B/Stoke, United Kingdom
#7New Post! Feb 06, 2008 @ 15:25:25
Apparently classical is supposed to be really good for babies in your womb, along with chillout music too....they like it
semi_precious_stone On June 23, 2019




, United Kingdom
#8New Post! Feb 06, 2008 @ 15:27:09
@treacle Said
Apparently classical is supposed to be really good for babies in your womb, along with chillout music too....they like it


Nah - blast them with Queen - thats what my mother did!
operaghost On June 13, 2008




Long Island, New York
#9New Post! Feb 06, 2008 @ 15:42:43
@zoned Said
Have you tried Puccini? Such as La Boheme and Turandot-works that would be certain to please.


La Boheme is very good and I plan on going to see a Live HD Broadcast in theaters this Spring. His Manon Lescaut is also playing in 2 weeks and if I can get tickets I'll get the HD tickets.

But my favorite Puccini would Madam Butterfly.

But I will be going to see La Traviata next month.

Was hoping to see Wagner's Die Walk?re this weekend but unfortunately I have a non-classical concert to go to the same day, wouldn't give me enough space to make it from one part of town to the other and have something to eat :/
treacle On July 11, 2009




B/Stoke, United Kingdom
#10New Post! Feb 06, 2008 @ 15:50:16
@semi_precious_stone Said
Nah - blast them with Queen - thats what my mother did!


I wouldnt torture my unborn daughter with such racket
operaghost On June 13, 2008




Long Island, New York
#11New Post! Feb 06, 2008 @ 15:57:22
@semi_precious_stone Said
Nah - blast them with Queen - thats what my mother did!


My dad played a lot of Pink Floyd around the house when my mom was pregnant with me.
treacle On July 11, 2009




B/Stoke, United Kingdom
#12New Post! Feb 06, 2008 @ 15:59:09
@operaghost Said
My dad played a lot of Pink Floyd around the house when my mom was pregnant with me.


Ditto! and some Ozric Tenticles. And my mum played The Who
semi_precious_stone On June 23, 2019




, United Kingdom
#13New Post! Feb 06, 2008 @ 16:03:56
@treacle Said
I wouldnt torture my unborn daughter with such racket


operaghost On June 13, 2008




Long Island, New York
#14New Post! Feb 06, 2008 @ 16:04:03
I've been throwing around the idea of going back to school to take music history/theory etc in classical & opera just to learn more and perhaps get a career somewhere in the field teaching or working in a concert hall or the met... now that would be awesome.
bobbo On December 11, 2009




farnham, United Kingdom
#15New Post! Feb 06, 2008 @ 21:31:53
Music is what You make it,I now have an ipod,and all day at work,I listen to a big shuffle up of classical,country,50's,60's,queen,stones,and best of all,Gilbert & Sullivan,good music,and comical as well,variety,and all that,bobbo
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