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    Music: the ancient/classic music thread
    #11
    I don’t believe what I am typing but I am watching all the clips put up here and I am enjoying them.

    TA!
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    #12
    Georg Philipp Telemann - Concerto in D Major for Trumpet and Two Oboes

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    #13
    Beethoven - 7th Symphony - 2nd movement


    performed by the London Classical Players conducted by Roger Norrington, 1987.
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    #14
    Michael Praetorius - Two dance clusters from Terpsichore



    1. Logi - Hurlo Bacho
    2. Ruberto - La Disamectia - Entree

    The Praetorius Consort & Christopher Ball
    Dances from Neue und Curieuse Theatralische Tantz-Schul (c. 1640): Third Sequence: Logi - Hurlo Bacho"
    (This post was last modified: 10-03-2012, 12:57 AM by n0b0dyh0me.)
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    #15
    John Dowland - Sting & Edin Karamazov - Can She Excuse My Wrongs

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nntri9OfaRY

    Sting and Edin Karamazov

    When it starts it gives me the goosebumps...
    When the 4 voices part comes I'm always nearly to faint Smile
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    #16
    Guillaume de Machaut - Je vivroie liement/Liement me deport

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    #17
    John Dowland - Juliam Bream (lute) - Fantasia

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    #18
    W.A. Mozart - Symphony No.4 in D major, K. 19

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yQx5iWU_CPk

    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756~1791)

    Symphonie Nr.4 D-dur, KV 19
    (written in 1765)

    I. Allegro - 00:00
    II. Andante - 02:11
    III. Presto - 05:54


    The Academy of Ancient Music
    Christopher Hogwood (conductor)
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    #19
    Thomas Tallis - Spem In Alium


    THOMAS TALLIS lived through some of the most
    stormy years of the sixteenth century. By the time
    of his death in 1585 he had been required to write
    music for Catholic rites under Henry VIII (1509--1547),
    for English vernacular services under Edward VI (1547--
    1553), for the reinstated Latin liturgy under Mary (1553--
    1558), and under Elizabeth I (1558--1603) both English
    and Latin works for her idiosyncratic approach to liturgical
    matters.

    Winchester Cathedral Choir, David Hill

    01 - O Salutaris Hostia for five voices
    02 - In Ieiunio Et Fletu for five voices
    03 - Salvator Mundi I for five voices
    04 - In Manus Tuas, Domine for five voices
    05 - Salvator Mundi II for five voices
    06 - The Lamentations Of Jeremiah I for five voices
    07 - O Sacrum Convivium for five voices
    08 - O Nata Lux De Lumine for five voices
    09 - Te Lucis Ante Terminum for five voices
    10 - The Lamentations Of Jeremiah II for five voices
    11 - Spem In Alium for eight five-part choirs
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    #20
    Josquin Desprez - Tallis Scholars - Benedicta es

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w9fCoSfAlCQ

    The sheet is available here: Smile

    http://www.free-scores.com/download-sheet-music.php?pdf=30426
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