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Appropriate for today considering there's pretty much a small blizzard outside ❄🌨
This is also one of my favorite Lisa Loeb songs.

Snow Day ~Lisa Loeb

 

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Beethoven: Concerto in D-major for Violin and Orchestra
Anne-Sophie Mutter (violin), Herbert von Karajan (conducting)
1984 performance

 

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Moving day tomorrow, and I'm totally exhausted.

There is no correlation to what I'm listening to, I just don't have the energy to post in multiple threads.

 

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Jean Sibelius: Violin Concerto in D-minor -- Anne-Sophie Mutter
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My love for the works of Beethoven and Mozart aside, the Baroque Era is my favorite.
Bach and Vivaldi round-out my four favorite composers, overall.
 
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My love for the works of Beethoven and Mozart aside, the Baroque Era is my favorite.
Bach and Vivaldi round-out my four favorite composers, overall.
Ahh, I am reverse of you. Classical Era is my second fave with Mozart and Beethoven coming in 3rd and 4th. Vivaldi and Bach are just heavenly for me and also very similar. From what I have read Bach very much admired Vivaldi and possibly imitated or copied him somewhat. 🎶
 

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Ahh, I am reverse of you. Classical Era is my second fave with Mozart and Beethoven coming in 3rd and 4th. Vivaldi and Bach are just heavenly for me and also very similar. From what I have read Bach very much admired Vivaldi and possibly imitated or copied him somewhat. 🎶
Oh, I wasn't ranking the composers in that post. My ranking of the four is mixed by era.

Beethoven
Bach
Vivaldi
Mozart

It took me a long time (years) to arrive at that order, because it's painful. I would actually rather put Bach and Vivaldi on equal footing, but then it hurts to rank them under anybody, even Beethoven, as highly in regard as I hold him. And how do you say Mozart is anything less than number 1 in a group, much less number 4, without the fabric of the universe tearing?
In truth, they were all four incomparable geniuses, in my mind and heart.

Classical Era is my second fave, behind Baroque.
 

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Battle of the Meditations!

Meditation from Thais -- Anne-Sophie Mutter with Lambert Orkis accompanying

 

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I just love this two versions of Love Is The Answer. The one that made a hit song by England Dan and John Ford Cowley and the one from its composer, Todd Rundgen with his band, Utopia!


 

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