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This is a discussion on Classical Music within the INFJ Forum - The Protectors forums, part of the NF's Temperament Forum- The Dreamers category; Alright, here we go for a thread dedicated to classical music! @ Gotterdammerung , @ Dissenter , @ Paulie , ...

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    Classical Music

    Alright, here we go for a thread dedicated to classical music! @Gotterdammerung , @Dissenter , @Paulie , and @odinthor , thank you all for the great discussions so far, and for this idea!

    Everyone is very welcome, and so is anything classical music related--from sharing videos to typing musicians and anything else you can think of! Enjoy!

    I'll start things off with a nice video of the Brandenburg concerti, which takes place in the lovely Teatro alla Scala with violinist Giuliano Carmignola and conductor Claudio Abbado.
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    In the book The Tristan Chord by Bryan Magee there's mention of an allegedly true story of a dying man who arranged for himself to be carried quietly into the back of an opera box so he could hear Wagner's quintet from The Mastersingers one last time before he died.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Haba Aba Daba Aba View Post
    In the book The Tristan Chord by Bryan Magee there's mention of an allegedly true story of a dying man who arranged for himself to be carried quietly into the back of an opera box so he could hear Wagner's quintet from The Mastersingers one last time before he died.

    That's a neat story! I know I want some Mozart or other favorite pieces playing when I go, if it can be planned at all!
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    I've always loved classical music. I don't play any instrument, but I did learn Canon in D major from a YouTube tutorial.... I've always loved this, by Mozart:



    * I did make sure that my INFP daughter was well educated in classical music and she can play the clarinet quite well.
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    Well, then there's the opera patron who I'm pretty sure intentionally offed himself during a performance of Verdi's Macbeth.

    Opera Patron Dies in Plunge From a Balcony at the Met - NYTimes.com

    As it happens, I was one of the radio listeners to this broadcast.

    Um, but I don't mean to get us off to a gloomy start here. We can say that the power of music touches us deeply, and in profound, intimate ways!

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    Love the viola da gamba and who better than Paolo Pandolfo to breathe new life into it.

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    Wonderful!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paulie View Post


    Love the viola da gamba and who better than Paolo Pandolfo to breathe new life into it.
    Not working. :(
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