Organ editionhttps://youtu.be/04cN0dbP5u4>How do I get into classical?This link has resources including audio courses, textbooks and selections of recordings to help you start to understand and appreciate classical music:https://pastebin.com/NBEp2VFhPrevious: >>111978388
cesar franck is based
>>111991939>The particular place of the woodwinds and woodwind combinations in Lohengrin is linked to the poetic idea of the wedding that dictates the style of the entire opera, and not just the bridal procession and the nuptial chamber. Strauss has drawn attention at one point to the imitation of the sound of the organ as a way of allegorizing that poetic idea: use of the organ itself implies the task of reconciling the orchestral sound with the sound of the organ, which is alien to Grand Opera and indeed unbearably banal within it. This leads to the combination of highly contradictory elements. The minister and lady’s bower of medieval romance give rise to the use of the organ to evoke the ideal image of an all-embracing cosmos confirmed by God, and the woodwinds create this archaic picture. Their task is, as it were, to present an objective counterweight to the subjective expressiveness of the strings. At the same time, however, in the name of that desire for a seamless formal totality which constitutes the substance of Wagner’s polemic against the traditional opera, the woodwinds must be harmonized as closely as possible with the sound of the strings in which they must indeed be wholly merged. Strauss speaks of the ‘cementing’ function of the woodwinds. By imitating the organ, their organlike inflexibility is softened. The models for their mixed sounds are provided on the one hand by the combinations of organ-stops, on the other by the blending, merging possibilities of the string sections.
How do we get an regeneration of counterpoint in the whole music inderstries? i know even WTC tier counterpoint would be a huge overkill for general listeners. but at least 2 part invention level would work.
Is this specific organ might genuinely be one of the most beautiful instruments ever made.https://youtu.be/3cHwsMWksSw
>>111992419just forget pop music, it's dead and soulless. In video game music and film music you still can find nice counterpoint. Even Koji Kondo had good ideas, though he probably never learned it formally.
>>111992419The only music without counterpoint is music where there's only one voice
>>111992419The trick is to stop trying to participate in society and trying to change its values and culture. Stop caring about the mainstream, the industry etc.
this thread is going to die
>>111993934I seed what you did there, but you're very wrong. Counterpoint does not only mean the existence of more than one voice, it's also a technique and a style.
>album : Johann Sebastian Bach: Major Preludes and Fugues>only two (2) (zwei) (deux) pieces in a major keywhat did they mean by this
>>111994268your future: >>111994570
>>111994268Based.>>111994570>>111996138PLEASE! Kill yourself.
>>111996192you don't need to kill yourself because you are going to die.
>>111996202Okay schizo untermensch.
>>111996254enjoy death buddy, i know for fact that it will enjoy you.
>>111996264You too buddy.
>>111996293oh no, not me. bitch, i’m angelic.
wtf is this thread?
>>111996138Everyone is going to die
>>111997104my future: >>111996398
How did this guy come up with the best performances of literally everything he ever tackled?
>>111997788not really no
Why does every harpsichord performer insist on not keeping a steady rythm when playing the C Major prelude of WTC book 1?Here's the worst example I can find, but they all do this at some bar or another, and it completely ruins the constant flow of the piece:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pvLOzDR_Bbs
>>111999644S Richter's recording is goodhttps://youtu.be/1osi_pQcUdM
why does classical music make my brows furrow? is it because i subconsciously see it as a challenge and i'm rising to it? furrowing brows is a sign of aggression is it not? perhaps its beauty captures me so much I must break free? is not a mountain dangerous and beautiful, is not high contrastthe masculine side of beauty? what is the feminine side of beauty? fragility? i have no idea please help.high dynamic contrast is the mans call to adventure.
>>111999644listen a midi then
>>112001562I know, most piano performers don't do that. That's why I specified harpsichord.>>112001849I don't think the basic of keeping a steady rhythm should be something exclusive to midis lolRuzickova plays it fine:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1cl5qK-7kVYShe also alternates between the two keyboards on her double manual harpsichord so that's cool
>>112002212https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ge_SXOKCsQsharpsichordists likes to add ornamets to the pieces
>>111999644because it's a technique inherent to harpsichord playingpianists don't do that because they have other ways of accenting parts of a piece
>>112002804>>111999644theses performances are just badt. >>112005453
i am a gorilla niggert. >>112005453
Where to start with Glazunov?
If there is no coughing in the background, the recording is not recommended
>>112008436fat ass cat in a tuxedoplease share this
Coughing/talking/moving thus having your seat creak/cracking fingers/bobbing head should be illegal in concerts
>>112010823i went to see bruckner 9 live earlier this year and during the scherzo the slightly overweight woman in the seat next to me kept fucking bobbing her head so hard that the entire seat shook. not conducive to an immersive concert experience if you ask me.
>>112010980like up an down bobbing or moving sideways like a violinist or conductor? when im in good mood and listen to Bach or Beethoven i can barely control my head movements
classical music enjoyers know how to enjoy the life the most
>>112010980yeah bro, being fat should not be allowed in society in general, much less going to a concert.being fat is a statement of not being able to control/behave oneself, a clear display of lack of discipline, it's evident they'll always find a way to bother actual people.fuck those cocksucking landwhales.we should attach retarded people that have a cough and still go to the concert by the feet on to a big device that would move in a fashion so as to use the their bodies as a whip to hit fat asses on the bellywhat a dream
>>111991944i like rothko chapel a lot, especially the last movement. what else would i like by him? i haven't found anything else yet.
>>112014479the first one. >when im in good mood and listen to Bach or Beethoven i can barely control my head movementsyou are a part of the problem, stop being fucking autistic.
the cesar franck piano quintet in f minor
the poopfart sneedphony in sneed major
I've been listening to some Gould recordings with actually decent headphones recently. I've always liked his Bach, but now I get what people were saying about the guy's humming and it's kinda distracting. Do you guys think the humming helps or hurts his recordings?
>>112023892glenn gould is autistic and retarded and gay
>>112023892The humming makes his autistic unmelodic playing more listenable.
>>111991939st anne is S tier bach
>>112025379But does it compare with Beethoven's late sonatas?
>>112016287yes we should all remain completely still while listening to music, which is fundamentally meant to move you emotionally and physically stupid retard. you sound like schopenhauer. never leave your house again
>>112027013autistic retard detected, keep stimming like a sperg in public fag
>>112027013>which is fundamentally meant to move you emotionally and physicallyum no sweetie
>>112023892Helps him sell, was unnecessary but I can ignore it fairly well since his plauing was great. A lot of his eccentrics were developed probably as a nervous responseHeres a vid of him without all the humming and the chair, imo his playing here shows that he still wouldve made it big regardless if not even more so:https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=F6Aj5VAMyUo
The Doors are way better than any of this classical crap
>>112028332i love CIA agents too
>>112025379The time-remapping of the first subject in the triple fugue always blows me away. Would be hard to do with computers nowadays even, to do it with ease 300 years ago is stupendous.
Are there any good baroque-sounding compositions that were written after the baroque period?
mfw /classical/ has become so toxic, it killed itself
>>112031613That troon obsessed guy turned the general into one of the 41%. Thanks god let's just let it go like /daily/.
>>112027013>you sound like schopenhauerUh thanks for the compliment?
>>112027451stop projecting. which do you think is more autistic: to sit there not moving a single fiber of your body, or naturally react to how it's making you feel? >>112027991actual retard. don't reply to me ever again
>>112033015>naturally react to how it's making you feelThat does not imply movement
>>112033052 sure, it's not a strict if-then. "if music good then move body." but it certainly doesn't limit itself to a completely interior experience, either. however, for fun i'd argue that yes it does actually imply movement. if you let go of the weird connotations that get attached to some music, a vast majority of people move themselves in some way to music (neurotypical, that is). most music is dance music, barring academic music, maybe, which barely qualifies as art, and it's the default state to MOVE somehow to music you find enjoyable. we teach ourselves to stop doing that for a variety of inane social reasons. basically: i'm gonna keep distracting people like you at concerts and there is absolutely nothing you can do to stop me
post pieces that get you twitching in your seat /classical/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cu718R86j_Q&ab_channel=invertedninthchord
>>112033188You remind me of that autist that kept moaning during that Mahler performance when a part he liked came up
>>112033252you keep misusing the word autist. that wasn't autistic that was a Full Feeling chad channelling the Will through spirit and flesh
Pieces likehttps://youtu.be/ckuUq7im8H4 from 2:14 to 2:28https://youtu.be/Aec2I7ClinQ from 2:46 to 3:06
>>112033015>>112033188>>112033288what a fucking sperg, take your twitching and spasming somewhere else.
>>112034198>he doesn't experience life as embodied music
Convince me why I should really believe Paganini is deserving of the badass title "The Devil's Violinist". None of his work even sounds particularly dark.
Wow what a good spending of production costs:youtube.com/watch?v=7-gXSpbn1vY
>>112034796thank you, someone who gets it
>>112034796>>112035094experience a noose around your neck, how about that one you pretentious loon.
>>112034939Because he's fucking shit
>>112035377sounds like a good time. you gonna whip me, too? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9t6Gar_2Zv4&ab_channel=Lu%C3%ADsaCarvalho
>>112028332Who is The Doors of classical music
Fuck Wagner, this thread is now dedicated to Meyerbeer
which is the edgiest prelude & fugue of bach¿
am I right in saying that anything before Mahler 5 (also including 8) can be disregarded?I've tried but the early stuff just doesn't do it for me
>>112040115I love Mahler 4 and 8 but not 1-3.
>>112040273what are your thoughts on 5,6,7?for me, they were the ones that got me into Mahler and remain my favourites desu
how long can a violin sustain notes? once a violinist reaches the end of the bow is it seamless or is noticeable when they change directions?
>>112040318They're not my personal favourites but 5 is arguably the most comfortable place to start with Mahler IMO. 4 was the one that got me into him though, while 6 and 7 took a little more time to click. 4, 8, and 9 are probably the ones I go back to most often.
>>112040492sorry, i am autistic
>>112040459if the violinist is decent, you can't hear it. It's one of the main issues an aspiring violinist has to face, though
>>112040509Nice, I'm starting to appreciate 8 more now. Also, the adagio from 10 is absolutely incredible
>>112040928if only the rest of the symphony had a literal orchestration of mahler’s short score draft that was about as complete as the orchestration of the adagio.
>>111991939Posting some underappreciated German composers (who got unfairly mogged by other German giants of music) until I go to bed. First one up, good ol' Hanns Leo Haßler and his profane "Tantzen und springen" (1601):https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q-XSslqTORohttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C8_dRKo9B6kAnd a version with synth voices because why not:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8BFHNpaoEK0Lyrics:>Tantzen vnd springen, [Dancing and jumping,]>Singen vnd klingen, [Singing and ringing]>Fa la la la, fa la la la la fa la.>Lauten vnd Geigen [Lutes and violins]>Soll’n auch nicht schweigen, [Shan't be silent either]>Zu musicieren [To play music]>Vnd jubilieren [And rejoice]>Steht mir all mein sinn. [Is all I want.]>Fa la la etc.>Schöne Jungfrauen [Beautiful young women]>In grünen Auen [In green meadows]>Fa la la etc.>Mit jn spacieren [To take a stroll with them]>Vnd conversieren [And talk]>Freundlich zu schertzen [Cordially joking around]>Freut mich im hertzen >Für Silber vnd Gold, [Makes my heart rejoice more than silver and gold.]>Fa la la etc.Deleted the previous post because I forgot picrel and didn't reply to the OP.
wtf is post classical
I just finished listening to Mozart's concertos and they're not as good as ZUN. Cry about it classicaltrannies.
>>112041766>bad tastesno accounting for that lol
>>112041583Cont.Next up, brave Samuel Scheidt who stayed in Germany during the Thirty Years' War (unlike Schütz for instance, whom I won't be posting). Here are some of his dances which were first printed in 1621:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JphWGkgS8FA&t=31shttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uCcK5RPMIwshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7MipPx4SteA
Who the fuck named this fugue "the wedge" and why https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=idhHq1mn1XA
>>112041766>>112041827cool post, have you tried making it on >>>/mu/ instead?
>>112041913This is /mu/
>>112042305on the contrary, brain and soul fully activated. wish you could be in my head anon https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CEF53RDU_P8&ab_channel=TheodoreKerkezos-Topic
>>112041845Cont.Now we've arrived at Heinrich Schwemmer who is primarily (if at all) remembered as a teacher of "greater" composers like Pachelbel. Being a singer himself it is not too surprising that all of his surviving works are vocal arrangements. One particular moving song is his, quite frankly, incredible "Grabgesang" (Dirge) from 1658:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D_mH4bedqZIA memento mori in audio form if you will. Lyrics in the next reply.
>>112042354not interested in being braindead and delusional like you sorry
>>112042406>O Sündenmensch, bedenk den Tod [O sinful man, consider death]>der letzten Stunde Angst und Not [The last hour's fear and distress]>mach dich mit wahrer Buß’ bereit [Prepare yourself in true repentance]>zu leben in der Ewigkeit. [For life in eternity.]>Besitzest du die ganze Welt [Should you possess the whole world]>mit höchster Ehr und allem Geld [With highest honors and all its money]>erfreut es dich doch kurze Zeit [You will enjoy them only briefly]>und dienet nicht zur Ewigkeit. [And won't help obtain eternity.]>Erschallt in deinen Ohren nicht: [Does not in your ears resound:]>Ihr Toten, kommet für Gericht! [Ye dead, come now to judgement!]>ist doch der Jüngste Tag nicht weit [The last of days is not far]>denn folgen wird die Ewigkeit. [And eternity will follow.]>Ob du hier duldest Ungemach [Though here you may suffer adversity]>und lebst in Jammer, Weh und Ach [And live in misery, woe and pain]>doch endet kürzlich alles Leid [All suffering will soon be ended]>mit steter Freud in Ewigkeit. [With constant joy in eternity.]>Wann du begehrest Gottes Huld [Should you desire God’s grace]>so meid’ der Sünden schwere Schuld [Then shun the heavy guilt of sin]>die wider deine Seele streit’ [That fights against your soul]>so bist du frei in Ewigkeit. [Then you will be free in eternity.]>Unzählig ist der Sternen Heer [Innumerable are the stars in their legions]>die Tropfen und der Sand am Meer [The drops of water in the sea and its grains of sand]>doch haben sie Maß, Ziel und Zeit [But they have size, purpose and time]>und gleichen nicht der Ewigkeit. [And don't equal eternity.]>Besinn und denke fort und fort [Reflect and think on and on]>was ewig für ein Donnerwort! [What thunderous a word eternal is.]>Ach, keiner Zeiten Zeit befreit [Alas, no time of times frees]>die ewig’, ewig’ Ewigkeit. [The eternal, eternal eternity.]
>>112041766first time I see an actually based frogposter. Zun's music is fucking great but make a thread for it because this general is just a schizo replying to himself
>>112042500hello sister, maybe try posting this on >>>/mu/ instead?
>>112042465you're missing out pal https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h4vbLEQxdqc&ab_channel=AthensAcademicaOrchestra-Topic
>>112042625missing out on being mentally retarded yeah
>>112042654you keep using the wrong words to describe the thing in front of you. instead of "retarded" try "enlightened?" it's the Night Primeval, the Wild Hunt, you gotta live it https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RST3ca1O-HY&ab_channel=CapellaMediterranea%26LeonardoGarc%C3%ADaAlarc%C3%B3n-Topic
>>112042690you are a drooling moron and you will never be 1/10th as smart as you think you are.
>>112042601/bleep/ is still /mu/ you nigger faggot
THIS is exactly why you spastics shouldn't reply to frogposters and similar vermin. Are you faggots truly so new that the concept of "don't feed the troll" is unknown to you?
>>112042730you seem to be lost, this is /classical/. maybe try >>>/mu/ instead?
>>112042768still a general on /mu/
>>112042805you come off as very confused. take my advice and try >>>/mu/ instead.
>>112042768>>112042805>>112042840sorry i'm drunk and clcked on the wrong thread goodbye /classical/ have nice night
>>112040115If you mean any music before Mahler, no and you are retardedIf you mean earlier Mahler specifically, all Mahler can be disregarded so yes
>>112042702drooling yes, but not a moron. i will concede that "enlightened" was a display of vanity, but i continue to maintain that it is in fact (you) who is benighted. everything about one's body is moving; why would you seek to stifle the movement good music provokes? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=14F-RWt61to&ab_channel=StockhausenIsMyCatyou should be dancing like a sugarplum fairy to this
>>112042856pretentious pseudointellectual faggotry. please buy a rope at the nearest hardware store.
>>112042868>pretentiousi prefer coquettish. and you keep mentioning rope and knots. i wonder why that is? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tb70xiyRkd0&ab_channel=TallerdeComposicionMusicalFba
>>112042924because you need to kill yourself. now.
>>112042934sounds like you need the rope. and someone to tie it for you. uwu https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4qGDWOT_iBs&ab_channel=KaitlynA.McMonigle
>>112043015you are mentally ill beyond saving, the sooner you suicide the better
>>112043036hmmmmm i'll consider the pros and cons https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tDyUCK7K0mE&ab_channel=JakobKoranyi
>>112043184consider fucking off forever, thanks.
>>111993934>>111992419I want to say an evolution to that are songs where vocoders solely used.
>>112043353i'm full now, thanks. one last piece: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aA0MHmwsq8U
Post the best string quartets. For me itsDmitri Shostakovich - String Quartet No. 8
>>112044706Mozart's Haydn quartets
>>112044706Haydn's Mozart quartets.
>>112036198Meyerbeer sucks. This is practically an objective aesthetic judgement
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cHU9ixLT4_wI really liked this one.What are some essential saxophone led (or heavy) pieces for me to try next?
Guys. I'm learning this composition by Bach, it's the BWV 1002, and it's for solo violin but I play the guitar, you know? But that's not the point. The point is that I'm trying to analyse the composition and there are some measures I just don't know what the hell Bach was doing!Like, some measures he's playing arpegios so I can analyse that, but then in other measures he goes crazy! He starts like "breaking the rules" and stuff! He starts jumping all over the place, adding notes outside the key and I get confused! I don't what the hell he was doing!Somewhat he manages to make it work, you know? But I can't understand his logic! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UaMoPi9BOoQFor example. I lerned the third movement called Courante, but I can't make sense of many measures! Like: The first measures I analysed as Bm-F#7-Bm-A7-D-Em7-?-?-?-F#7-Bm-Em7-A7-D7-G-A7-D-?What should I do? I need help! I need guidance! I want to understand what the hell he was doing! Help me, I beg!
>>112045743the absolute fucking state of guitartrannies holy shit
>>112045743>But I play the guitarKYS
>>112045855>>112046114Thanks for the help guys, I really appreciate! God bless!
>>112046196you are totally pathetic and your shit attempts at sarcasm only deepen your misery
>>112046196for starters bach never thought about harmony that way. His thinking was pre Rameau. So he was not thinking triads in our normal way but was a result of voice-leading.
>>112046196the passages in question are filled with NHTs, passing tones, and other approach tones. D# minor, followed by C# minor in a step progression, then the A# is a leading tone thats resolved in a lower voice to the B chord.
>>112046372You are mean for no reason. I did think because this was a thread about classical music people here would be more mature, polite, but I was wrong. It's more hostile than any other thread that I have commented on. I don't have people to talk about music, my peers are not into it like I'm. I don't know anyone who likes classical and studies music so I asked for help. Big mistake, I should have know better. This is 4chan after all, there's no knowledge here.I was being sarcastic about you guys helping me out, but I was not being sarcastic when I said God bless. Anyway, I don't like being insulted for no reason whatsoever. I'm out here.
>>112046503don’t let the door hit you on the way out guitartroom
>when Classical or non-Bach baroque music comes on
>>112040115For me it's the opposite: M1 is a fun work, only the finale is a disaster. M2 remains my favorite. M3 is all over the place but enjoyable, and has a superb last movement. M4 is perhaps his most coherent and has a wonderful slow movement. But then the trouble begins. Symphonies 5 - 7 somehow sound completely alien to me, I simply do not understand their language. Here Mahler loses me completely. Only with symphony no. 8 things come back to earth. It's undoubtedly a flawed work, but at least it sounds human. M9 is something of a masterpiece, with stunning outer movements.I'm no "Mahlerite", but I've been listening to his music for a long time, and I've by now concluded that the middle symphonies are not for me. Perhaps the best thing he's ever done is "Ich bin der Welt abhanden gekommen" from the Rueckert Lieder.
>>112049422you post this all the time and every single time the reaction is the same: no one cares.
>>112049444Thanks for replying.
>>112049479enjoy your (You)s bud, don’t spend em all in one place.
>>112049267>I V7 I V7 I V7 ad infinitumWow so great
/Classical/ I need help with an assignment. My music teacher asked us to describe in theoretical terms what makes the following motif 'heroic':youtube.com/watch?v=h5GxoFy5Q9EHe gave us the example of the rhinemaidens' leitmotif and explained why it sounds 'natural' but I wasn't paying much attention. Pls help it's due by tomorrow.
>>112042406>>112042471I'm awake again so I guess I might as well cont.Following Schwemmer is Christian Friedrich Witt. Born in ~1660 to a Danish court organist who had migrated to Germany, he took up the same trade and earned recognition from people such as Telemann. Incidentally, Bach was the one asked to substitute for him when Witt lay in his deathbed and could no longer perform his duties as Frederick II's Kapellmeister.Suite in G-minorhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JqT6AkRUzh8Passacaglia in D-minorhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7II3fpgGSy4Schmückt das Fest mit Maien (1715)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rw_L99bsdpcLyrics (cont. in the next post):>Schmückt das Fest mit Maien [Adorn the feast with bouquets]>lasset Blumen streuen [let us scatter flowers]>zündet Opfer an [light offerings]>denn der Geist der Gnaden [for the spirit of grace]>hat sich eingeladen [has invited himself]>machet ihm die Bahn. [make way for it.]>Nehmt ihn ein [Take him in]>so wird sein Schein [and his shine]>euch mit Licht und Heil erfüllen [shall fill you with light and salvation]>und den Kummer stillen. [and quiet your woes.]>Tröster der Betrübten [Comforter of the sorrowful]>Siegel der Geliebten [Seal of the lovers]>Geist voll Rat und Tat [Spirit full of word and deed]>starker Gottesfinger [strong finger of God]>Friedensüberbringer [Bringer of peace]>Licht auf unserm Pfad: [Light on our way]>gib uns Kraft und Lebenssaft [give us strength and vigor]>lass uns deine teuren Gaben [let your precious gifts]>zur Genüge laben. [suffice us.]>Lass die Zungen brennen [Let the tongues alight]>wenn wir Jesus nennen [when we name Jesus]>führ den Geist empor [guide the spirit upwards]>gib uns Kraft zu beten [give us strength to pray]>und vor Gott zu treten [and comep before God]>sprich du selbst uns vor. [intercede you yourself on our behalf.][...]
>>112050096[...]>Gib uns Mut [Give us courage]>du höchstes Gut [you highest good]>tröst uns kräftiglich von oben [console us mightily from above]>bei der Feinde Toben [when the enemies rage]>Güldner Himmelsregen [Golden rain of heaven]>schütte deinen Segen [pour out your blessing]>auf der Kirche Feld [over the church's field]>lasse Ströme fließen [let flow rivers]>die das Land begießen [which water the land]>wo dein Wort hinfällt [where your word lands]>und verleih [and give]>dass es gedeih [that it flourishes]>hundertfältig Früchte bringe [bears fruit hundredfold]>alles ihm gelinge [may it succeed in everything]>Gib zu allen Dingen Wollen [Give all things willingness]>und Vollbringen [and success]>führ uns ein und aus [lead us in and out]>wohn in unsrer Seele [dwell in our soul]>unser Herz erwähle [choose our heart]>dir zum eignen Haus. [as your own house.]>Wertes Pfand [Precious ransom]>mach uns bekannt [make known to us]>wie wir Jesus recht erkennen [how we may rightly know Jesus]>und Gott Vater nennen [and call God Father]>Hilf das Kreuz uns tragen [Help us bear the cross]>und in finstern Tagen [and in dark days]>sei du unser Licht [be you our light]>trag nach Zions Hügeln [carry us to Zion's hills] >uns mit Glaubensflügeln [on faith's wings]>und verlass uns nicht [and do not leave us]>wenn der Tod [when death]>die letzte Not [the last hardship]>mit uns will zu Felde liegen [wants to campaign against us]>dass wir fröhlich siegen [so we may triumph joyously]>Lass uns hier indessen [Let us here instead]>nimmermehr vergessen [never ever forget]>dass wir Gott verwandt [that we are kinsmen of God]>dem lass uns stets dienen [let us serve Him always]>und im Guten grünen [and green in goodness]>als ein fruchtbar Land [like a fertile land]>bis wir dort [until there we]>du werter Hort [you precious refuge]>bei den grünen Himmelsmaien [in heaven's green flower meadows]>ewig uns erfreuen [eternally rejoice]
Thought this was best general to post:Rate my vocals.https://vocaroo.com/12MPJic6Wk4yIt's Italian but my FL is English and I'm trying out the Alto or Soprano when I'm usually a Tenor or a Baritone.
>>112051384Put some volume into it man.
>>112051384Kek you got me.
>>112051384nice twist at the end lol
>>112024855>autistic and retarded and gaytraits of a true artist
give me operas to listen toive listened to Das Rheingold and i liked it.
>>111993692fuckkkk i wanna hear a bach fugue played on this so badly
>>111993692Sounds pretty goofy.>>112056193Learn2google, fool.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=31WmQ7UT_jc
>>112056128The Marriage of Figaro.
>>112055483*a true autist
>>112056128Two Orfeo's: one by Monteverdi, one by Gluck.Mozart's Da Ponte operas & The Magic Flute.Weber's Der Freischutz.Wagner's Tannhauser, Lohengrin, The Ring, Tristan, Meistersinger & Parsifal.Puccini's Boheme, Butterfly & Tosca.R. Strauss' Salome, Elektra & Rosenkavalier.
>>112056128Then listen to Die Walkure and the rest of the Ring.youtube.com/watch?v=I8KRAWB7yck
>>112056777Not a Fidelio fan? Also check em.
I like Giazotto's Adagio
Is there a Corelli wizzard here ?https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nz3WNEHRzIoWhere is this theme from, I don't recognize it
>>112058953i hope it's made up. "this is what i think a corelli variation would sound like"
Is Fauré the only French composer who didn't sound gay?I feel like a faggot when I listen to Rameau, Saint-Saens, Lully, etc., but that isn't the case with Fauré.
>>112060115nope, you’re still gay
>>112060115see >>112060010 for a composer that was heavily influenced by French impressionism but sounds manly
>>112060115>I feel like a faggot Might be because you are one. Just a thought.
>>112060115>I feel like a faggotThat’s all you, nigga.
Where do you guys download classical mp3s? Looking to collect Bach, Beethoven, Liszt, Chopin to listen to at work
>>112051747Turn your volume on the speaker up, bro.>>112051847>>112051987>>112054132Some songs are easier to do higher-pitched and Beethoven's 9th is one of them.Here's the chorus for the lyrics of the same song with the original tune as per a more 'comfortable' voice.https://voca.ro/16CaQvJoAQMn
>>112061266Just convert recordings on YT.
going to see mahlers resurrection in a couple of dayswhat concerts are you guys going to soon?
>>112062654name of the conductor?
What are Bach's best organ works?
>>112045743he had his own language, his own way of seeing the world that is so unlike modern music theory. there is no reference point, just enjoy the ride mate.
>>112056193Koopman played a Bach fugue on it as well:>Johann Sebastian Bach - Orgelwerke - Vol. 2 - Ton Koopman an der Gabler-Orgel der Basilika Weingarten
Who are the best orchestrators? And I don't mean finding instrument combinations which suit the purpose of the piece, but where the orchestral texture takes on a life of its own.So far I only have Bach, Handel, Berlioz, Wagner and Strauss.
>>112060115I don't know about that, buddy, you sound insecure; either way, Fauré is one of the greats and is severely underrated and underperformed, so at least you have good taste.
>>112065917Schumann (not even joking), Liszt, Rimsky-Korsakov, Debussy, Elgar, Berg, Respighi, Ravel, Stravinsky.
>>112066322beyond retarded post
youtube(.)com/watch?v=MzeEwVxtnno&t=60sAny idea what these classical songs at 0:50 and 2:10 are? Thanks. Been trying to get into music more and I’ve been loving classical stuff.
>>112066301I don't think I will ever get niBBas who unironically enjoy post-Classical ''''''classical'''''' music. Like, it might sound okay as film music or something lame like that but to enjoy it on its own merits? Incomprehensible.
>>112066828Post the actual, unedited link and I *might* answer you.
>>112066828>1 year: Piano Sonata No. 16 (K.545), by blowhard Mozart>2 years: Suite bergamasque (L. 75), 3rd movement: Claire de lune, by the pussy Debussy>3 years: Piano Sonata No. 14 (a.k.a. the Moonlight Sonata), 1st movement: Adagio sostenuto, by Dutch oven Beethoven
>>112066739Post something then.
>>112060115All of those composers are great
Best recording of Alexander's Feast?
Are The Sixteen considered HIP?
>>112069602THIS. SO MUCH THIS (i am trans btw)
>>112067395because it’s good and i like it hope this helps
>>112074173You're being arrogant again fuck off
I actually listened to enough Sorabji to truly enjoy it but can hardly find the time because it's all so long. I have to settle for listening to his smaller movements
>>112074259another underrated gem uncovered
>>112074173The angry birds theme kicks ass
Sharing this hidden treasure again:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ylpOO-7cyt0&t=924Viola da gamba gang, rise up!>>112074259Neat. Not sure I've heard that piece before.
>>112074115Unironically Igorrr:Nervous Waltz (from Spiritual Distortion)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9hz6cT_YrAIHoumous (from Savage Sinusoid)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Vd2nyk-4LoScarlatti 2.0 (from Hallelujah)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yILTEayQmj0Tendon (from Nostril)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gWca1X7nFGoHis eclectic style of music should at least potentially open you up to enjoying the different non-metal genres (breakcore, electronic music, classical, folk/traditional and experimental) that he incorporates into his unique mix. On a side note, does anyone else here think that blast beats or Metal drumming in general compliment classical incredibly well? I mean Igorrr is proof enough but I think it was this music that first tipped me off to this insight:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VlDpMKBGo18
>>112074115Some obvious recommendations:Mozart: RequiemPiano Concerto no. 20String Quintet K.516Symphony no. 40Brahms: Symphony no. 4
>Bach's partita for violin no. 2
>>112045743You can't analyze Baroque harmony vertically, and you definitely won't get anywhere with treating it like a jazz piece. You have to view it through the lens of counterpoint.
let's do this, anons>your favorite composer>your favorite video game>your favorite anime>music you listen to that isn't classical
>>112078102>your favorite composerJ.S. Bach, but that's a boring answer so I'll go with Reger>your favorite video gameMonster Hunter Freedom Unite>your favorite animeEither Aria or K-ON season 2, I can't decide>music you listen to that isn't classicalNothing
>>112078102glow in darkglow so brightrun over with my car tonight
>>112078102MozartNinja Gaiden (NES)KaijiNobuo Uematsu ;)
>>112078102>composerBach, Beethoven, or Chopin. Ironically enough I don't really care about the classical era proper.>video gameProbably Europa Universalis IV, been playing more Kingdom Come: Deliverance recently though.>animeAre we including movies? A Silent VoiceIf we aren't, then probably THAT anime about classical music, it got me back into the genre.>other musicBoomer rock and metal. Sometime other traditonal music, chants are cool.
>>112078993what anime about classical music
>>112079059Your Lie in April, was pretty mainstream in 2014-15, so I figured /classical/ was/is flooded with weebs talking about it.
>>111991939New to classical. I’m trying to search on Amazon music, but all I get is top 100 Bach, top 100 Mozart, and so on. But I want to know how to search for actual great recordings, what are the best conductors and their recordings?
>>112078102>composer tough call. bach would be a safe answer. i'm really partial to 20th century central/eastern yuro composers but can't really call any of them my favorite >vidya shadow of the colossus, probably. or maybe mass effect. >animeevangelion? bebop? lain? one of those >non classical musicas much as possible. been listening to michael hurley a lot recently. some country guys. kayo dot and the armed are on constant rotation.
>>112078102Mozart, Brahms, Schumann, Schubert, HaydnKiseki/Trails, SOMA, Final Fantasy XSerial Experiments Lain, Millennium Actress, Lucky StarZUN (more seriously, probably things I have a prior emotional connection to from childhood/adolescence, mostly rock. Also VGM and electronic music for background ambience since classical is not so suited to that.)
you fucks ever heard of sigismondo d'india? contemporary of monteverdi. i stumbled across him on an album comprised mostly of barbara strozzi songs. had NEVER heard of the fucker but i love his stuff https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pu4S02tx2Is&ab_channel=EnricoZanoni
>>111993692that vox humana is so great
>>112079900those monkeys have access to a better piano than the average /classical/ poster. they probably play better too.
>>111993692what's the beginning piece on this called
>>112079144the older the better
>>112081043they sound like shit tho
>>112081480it's not ghey if it's on the organ
>>112078102>your favorite composerW.>your favorite video gameW.>your favorite animeW.>music you listen to that isn't classicalW.
>>112078102>Bach but since anyone with taste is gonna choose him I'll also mention Marin Marais>dunno, too many to name ... The Witcher 2?>anime fucking sucks since most them are usually just crappy adaptations ... perhaps something original like Ergo Proxy but even that isn't amazing>Death Metal etc., electronic music (chiptune, drone, dubstep, ...), folk and folk songs (i.e. incl. the medieval variety), (dark) ambience, vidya soundtracks, all kinds of genre-blurring artists (cf. >>112075569)
>>112079144>what are the best conductors and their recordings?Unironically, look at music critics' takes.
>>112079177>shadow of the colossus, probably. or maybe mass effect.Are you me?>evangelion? bebop? lain? one of those Guess not.>>112079426Did he actually come from India or what's with that last name? And yeah, agreed, I suppose this is a nice faux-Monteverdi sound.
>>112079929/classical/? more like /classistal/
>>112084870not my fault everyone here is retarded
>>112079291>Brahms, Schumann,>in favourite composersYou must be fun.
>>112079900Could've fooled me and told me that those were actual Jazz musicians, kek.
>>112081480kekGuess it was the forefather of shitty vocaloids in a sense.
>>112025379It's alright. Also, >st anneDo Angl*s really?
>>112084979now you're calling everyone poor retards
>>112085365if the shoe fits
Johann Adolph Hasse
>>112085539Are we supposed to hear a difference between the two?
>>112078102>your favorite composerBeethoven and Wagner>your favorite video gameDeus Ex>your favorite animeNeon Genesis Evangelion and Legend of the Galactic Heroes>music you listen to that isn't classicalNothing really
>>112084811kek you don't like the classic animoos? d'india is actually a sardinian surname. not sure how it came about, but it doesn't denote an indian origin, weirdly enough
>>112086969>Beethoven and Wagner>Deus Ex>Neon Genesis Evangelion and Legend of the Galactic HeroesJust like I imagined beethovenfags to be.
>>112078102BeethovenMass effectDon't watchSurf rock, prog rock, punk
>>112085282hmm? do anglos what?
I can't find a classical performance near me.......
>>112091327This just shows me the performances of a Mr.Beast..........
>>112091295>>112091421good morning sirs
>>112091295Where do you live?
>>112086969based classical evangelion fan. Have you listened to AG Cook? He's really good non classical
>>112091563>recommends AG cook to someone who listens solely to classical try bill wurtz instead
>>112078102>Bach lol>MGS>Eva/Most Miyazaki movies lol>Kraftwerk, Beach Boys, Ecco2k, Old Bladee, Danny L Harle, AG Cook, Jam and Lewis, Prefab Sprout, Duke Ellington, Gagaku so mainly pop music
>>112091757not all kitsch is created equal, I recommended actually good kitsch
>>112078102>>your favorite composermozzart (underrated)>>your favorite video gameEtrian Odyssey 2 Untold right now probably. TF2 if we went back like a decade.>>your favorite animeFLCL. Don't really watch too much anime desu.>>music you listen to that isn't classicalJoanna Newsom, The Fall, Art Tatum, Sonic Youth, Art Blakey.
>>112079426Madrigal composers outside of Gesualdo and Monteverdi are severally underrated. Try Marenzio and Luzzaschi too.
>>112078102>>your favorite composerWagner>>your favorite video gameShenmue>>your favorite animeLoGH>>music you listen to that isn't classicalHall and Oates
>>112091785What's wrong with new Bladee?
>>112092012i really hate the way he writes melodies and flows now (he mentioned in an interview he freestyles his verses now instead of composing them like on eversince so i feel like I have some ground to stand on here). I still think his visual aesthetic, symbolism, and whitearmor production are interesting though.
>>112092102even though his voice was always rough, there used to be a strange elegance to his songwriting, now it feels messy and just meh
>>112091757don't you ever heckin mention wurtz name in vain ever again
>>112078102BachI don't play video games, I'm not a loserNeon Genesis EvangelionBlack metal, death and death doom metal, thrash metal, post-punk, ambient, techno, IDM, Eurodance, singer-songwriter/folk stuff, John Fahey, psychedelic pop, Bladee
when is puccini going to release a new album already
>>112091890You can't find a single classical concert in a major city?
>>112092264>I don't play video games, I'm not a loser>Neon Genesis Evangelion
Why is it modern composers can't create a single good melody?
>mega links>empty folder>empty folder>empty folderjust like my life and expectationsan empty folder https://youtu.be/ze0Rk-m0w2A?t=59
>>112092418It's life-affirming. Video games are for losers.
>>112092628>It's life-affirming.Lmao. Maybe you should get a life.
after seeing all the faggots here who watch anime and listen to pop music the cancerous state of this thread makes sense.
>>112092721>complaining about anime on an anime imageboardYou are the cancer here pal.
>>112092861good afternoon tranime sister
>>112092880>troon obsessed retard who shits up every thread also complain about anime on 4chan
>>112092193in vain? i love the dude, i was being earnest
>>112092938have you dilated today tranime sister?
>>112092679Maybe you should stop playing video games, loser.
>>112092264>im not a loser>Neon Genesis Evangelionkek
>>112090096Call it "St. Anne". It was a mocking, rhetorical question.