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Haendel (1685 - 1759) : Zadok the Priest, Coronation Anthem  Haendel (1685 - 1759) : Zadok the Priest, Coronation Anthem
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Ludwig, Renaud, Gautier: Triple Concerto  Ludwig, Renaud, Gautier: Triple Concerto
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Very interesting contribution! Thx Ms Zizounaï !! --- Looking at your photo, I hear the famous Toccata with its beautiful reverberations. Btw, headphones are also very useful in this Community for beautiful music.
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I listened to this incredible piece of art watching my photos of Berlin, in 2016... Here is one of the dome: [[1543]] from outside. Oooooh travelling again...
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The artist stops playing until the reverb is over. Some others play this Toccata FAR too fast, believing that playing fast is good play. Not at all! 🤢
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Marleen, it is a matter of training. The more you listen to music, the best you can feel the differences in sound or interpretation. But I think the more important is to enjoy what you listen to.
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Gautier Capuçon (1981), French cellist, is the younger BROTHER of the violinist Renaud Capuçon (1976).
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What a good feeling it must be to get the most out of music. Unfortunately I don't hear that 😨
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Thank you for familiarizing me with classical music in this way. From now on I will enjoy it every day.
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Gautier Capuçon (1981), French cellist, is the younger BROTHER of the violinist Renaud Capuçon (1976).
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Acoustics  Acoustics
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May 27, 2017 (Trifonov is 26y) [[1525]]
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Dome height: 377 ft! 😃
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Shhh! 😎 A choir has no individuality 🤦‍♀️
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I forgot how amusing Tom & Jerry are :D That part where his pink reached out to the end of the piano 😂 Thanks for introducing me to this video, it made my day
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Agreed, she can feel the music
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Can be considered as "classic"
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Well, he is still alive and could even be one of the XXIth century best pianists 😉
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Trifonov was already one of the best pianists of of the twentieth century. He is now proving that he is a GREAT composer !! A GENIUS ??
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Brilliant and humorous contribution, Ms Zizounaï!!! --THANKS! ;o)- The true composer of this symphony, with a lot of unusual (rare) instruments, will probably never be known...
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Trifonov plays Trifonov  Trifonov plays Trifonov
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WOW! Cooool Mentalgiraffe! That's filmed in 1965!! ;o) Nice contribution: friendly thx!
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Hungarian Rhapsody No.2 by Liszt  Hungarian Rhapsody No.2 by Liszt
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I was born in Germany and German was the first language I ever learned and spoke. I learned English when I was 5 years old and was translating English to German for my mother every time I had friends over and she would ask me what they said. I was only 6 years old at that time. When I was 12, I studied basic French at High school as well so I think I could manage a very basic childish conversation in French. I can remember learning La Marsellaise and can still sing it as well as a few other songs in French .. Allouete, Sur le pont, d'Avignon, Au clair de la lune, Frere Jacques, are a few I can remember. It's amazing how a language can stay with you when you learn to sing it, even when you never speak it.
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