Looking for a depressing classical funeral piece? Hi, I’m looking for a classical piece with a dark, sad or eerie feel to it. Anyone has any suggestions?Thanks!

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Chopin composed a few pieces that are similar to funeral marches: Chopin Piano Sonata No 2 in B Flat Minor, Third Movement: March Funebre: youtube.com/watch?v=ido55uT5U0k Chopin Marche Funebre in C Minor Op 72 No 2: youtube.com/watch?v=VJ7KG2oTEvcChopin Prelude in C Minor, Op. 28 No. 20: youtube.com/watch?v=JgpPk4ooo7EBeethoven Sonata Opus 27 No. 2 in C Sharp Minor, “Moonlight” First Movement: youtube.com/watch?v=UHd8jwXBzXE (The slow and daunting triplets in the right hand are an obvious indicator that it is a funeral march. Do not believe the publishers that try to sell it as a romantic couple in the moonlight, as that is just a nickname given by a reviewer of the sonata).

Prokofiev: Juliet’s Death (Romeo & Juliet) – youtube.com/watch?v=lNPXP4fvh8MBerlioz: Symphonie Funèbre et Triomphale – youtube.com/watch?v=BEcSQ8BTlPQGrieg: Funeral March for Rikard Nordraak – youtube.com/watch?v=ZJi_rb9D8I4Grieg: Death of Aase (Peer Gynt) – youtube.com/watch?v=Xxjw6ZsHjNUSibelius: Valse Triste, from ‘Kuolema’ – youtube.com/watch?v=OoUBZ43M2WYSibelius: The Swan of Tuonela – youtube.com/watch?v=OtNWUw0afqIRichard Strauss: Tod und Verklärung – youtube.com/watch?v=Mqoj2963DCURichard Strauss: Im Abendrot, from Vier letzte Lieder – youtube.com/watch?v=ppoqUVlKkBU

Beethoven – Three Equali for four trombonesyoutube.com/watch?v=eJMazTQcGXUPurcell – Funeral Music for Queen Maryyoutube.com/watch?v=AYELAu9hqdUMozart – Masonic Funeral Music K477youtube.com/watch?v=–sDBQuz6DYLiszt – La lugubre gondola Nos 1 and 2youtube.com/watch?v=dDEBfJxsJZ8youtube.com/watch?v=RaIrJoqO1xcAll composed with actual funerals in mind.

Benjamin Britten’s “War Requiem”youtube.com/watch?v=GHNgfF19CTYI have to throw in one choral work of course (as usual).

Can anyone reccomend me some dark piano music? Recently I’ve fallen in love with piano music, prefferably with a dark, sad or sinister feel to it (prefferably something classical), but I’m having a hard time finding any decent work that really has those dark atmospheres.
Rachmaninov, Prélude in C# minor – youtube.com/watch?v=EtuMVBLEWJURachmaninov, Prélude in G minor – youtube.com/watch?v=9idfQVkqKywRavel, ‘Scarbo’, from ‘Gaspard de la nuit’ – youtube.com/watch?v=VBgwk98ZPuI&noredirect=1Debussy, ‘La cathédral engloutie’ – youtube.com/watch?v=JAVyKDDsM3sLiszt, ‘La lugubre gondola’ – youtube.com/watch?v=dDEBfJxsJZ8

Sad grade 8 classical music? I’m looking for a beautiful melancholic sounding classical piano piece. I love Chopin’s Funeral March. I’m grade 8 on the piano, do you have any suggestions? Thank you so much in advance!
I have no idea what grade 8 means, but Rachmaninoff has some excellent, dreary piano works.Same deal with Bartok, except his music sounds a little on the crazy side of melancholy (which is why I love it).

Mozart’s Fantasy in D minoryoutube.com/watch?v=Lhq_wcN-jnk&feature=fvstChopin’s Nocturne no. 1youtube.com/watch?v=2SSc4WK9S-QLiszt’s La Lugubre Gondolayoutube.com/watch?v=U0sRuLKgnuM&feature=mfu_in_order&list=ULNuages Grisyoutube.com/watch?v=6objDnNYGCQHere are some nice ones.

i’m assuming your gr 8 is RCM level, so here are some suggestions:the first one that popped up in my head was Chanson Triste, KalinnikovMilonga de angel, PiazzollaSong, Smetana

How to get longer fingers as a 13 year old girl pianist? I’m a very dedicated pianist..I have pretty big hands currently but would like to make my fingers longer. I’m 13 so I’m still growing. Any suggestions? NO SURGERY! And any tips would be appreciated 🙂 thanks very much!
The only way I can think of getting longer fingers is to practice pieces with huge chords such as Rachmaninoff Preludes, A Piano Concerto, and Etudes, or Liszt Etudes, Late Piano works such as La Lugubre Gondola, Nuages Gris etc.. These pieces will stretch out your finger span causing them to get longer.

Stretching your fingers gives them a better spread and reach–it in NO WAY makes your fingers longer. Your fingers are as long as they are going to be for the time being. The only way to make them longer is experimental surgery, which is incredibly detrimental to your health.LC-B

You don’t. Roll big intervals. It takes practice, I wish I had hands as big as Richter’s too, but its just not happening.


05 – La Golondrina (Narciso Serradel Sevilla) – Olimpia Delgado, Soprano

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LA GOLONDRINA (Narciso Serradell Sevilla) – Ricardo Delgado & Daniel Madero

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Ricky Martin – The Cup Of Life – La Copa De La Vida (Live in Asia)

Ricky Performing his hit for World Cup 1998 “La Copa De La Vida” from MTV Asia. Enrique “Ricky” Martín Morales (born December 24, 1971), is a Puerto Rican si…

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Ricky Martin Cup of Life

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is giovvani los santos playing for mexico or brazil? i hope its in mexico

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Giovanni dos Santos Ramírez, es un futbolista mexicano, originario de Monterrey, Nuevo León; México. Nació el 11 de mayo de 1989.Es hijo del futbolista brasileño “Zizinho”, que jugaba para el Club Deportivo Monterrey. Giovanni tiene un hermano un año menor que él y que también juega en el FC Barcelona. Se trata de Jonathan dos Santos.Nació en Monterrey, Nuevo León, México y desde muy niño jugó en equipos amateurs de la ciudad. Un momento crucial llegó a su vida, cuando a la edad de doce años representó a la ciudad de Monterrey en un torneo en Europa, y siendo en este torneo cuando visores del Barcelona lo vieron y se dieron cuenta de que era un jugador con extraordinarias condiciones técnicas para su corta edad.Juega en la posición de mediapunta, en el Barcelona B, destacando por sus recursos ofensivos y potentes disparos.Se coronó campeón del mundo en 2005, en la Copa Mundial de Fútbol Sub 17 2005 celebrada en Perú. Su participación fue crucial para que México se coronara al derrotar a Brasil en la final por 3-0.La pretemporada 2006 – 2007 la ha realizado con el primer equipo del FC Barcelona, y se espera que tenga más protagonismo este año.by englishGiovani dos Santos Ramírez (born May 11, 1989 in Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico) is a Mexican football midfielder who plays for FC Barcelona B and was part of the under-17 Mexican football team that won the FIFA U-17 World Championship 2005 held in Peru. Dos Santos, also known as “Gio” or “Giova”, was a key piece to win the title.A great playmaker, he is often compared to Ronaldinho both for his physical appearance and his skills with the ball. He is the son of the former Brazilian football player Gerardo dos Santos, but better known as “Zizinho”, who played on the Mexican soccer teams América and León in the late 1980s, his mother is the Mexican Liliana Ramírez de dos Santos; he also has two brothers, an older, Eder and a younger, Jonathan who also plays for FC Barcelona, but in the Juvenil B category. The brothers Giovanni and Jonathan dos Santos are two of several highly-rated Mexican youngsters already playing in Europe.His father can be recognized as the driving force behind Giovani’s career, he founded a school in Monterrey named São Paulo en México in which he coached his children among many other kids, in 2001 São Paulo participated in the Dallas Cup, a prestigious youth tournament in the USA, winning the U-12 category with Giovanni as the star of the team. After that accomplishment Zizinho decided that Giovanni was ready to begin a more professional formation and he managed to get a trial for Giovanni with the Mexican first division team, Club Monterrey, on the trial he was immediately identified as a prodigy and quickly jumped the youth ranks to join their filial of professional third division.Months later a youth team of Club Monterrey was due to participate on a tournament in France and the officers of the club decided to send Giovanni as a reinforcement. On that tournament he was scouted when a youth team of FC Barcelona played Giovanni’s team, after the match a representative of FC Barcelona contacted Giovani’s parents to offer a place for Giovanni on FC Barcelona’s youth system, their parents accepted and moved to Spain a year later.Established in Barcelona with his parents and brothers Giovani quickly adapted to his new way of life, both of his brothers made trials to join FC Barcelona youth system, but only Jonathan was accepted. Giovanni was placed on a category a couple years above his, but he didn’t struggled, on the Cadete A category he was Pichichi of the league with 28 goals, then he moved on briefly to Juvenil B and then to Juvenil A, where he won the Milk Cup Premier Category with FC Barcelona on 2005.During the FIFA U-17 World Championship 2005 and wearing the number eight on the back he dazzled observers, experts or not, with his great performance during the tournament, he managed to assist on half of the goals of the Mexican team during the tournament, a fact that combined with his ability awarded him the Adidas Silver Ball as the second best player of the tournament, only behind the Brazilian Anderson, although many experts considered that the honor for the best player of the tournament must have been awarded to Dos Santos.After the U-17 title Giovani returned to Barcelona, and went back to the Juvenil A category where he helped his team to make comeback in the league and win the regional title, this title allowed them to participate in the Youth Copa del Rey, where they faced other regional champions, among them their historic arch rival Real Madrid. Giovani played once again a significant role during the tournament and helped the team win the national title of the category.This summer of 2006 Giovani dos Santos was one of the few youth players invited to the preseason of the FC Barcelona senior squad, during a friendly match on July 29, 2006[2] he scored on what it was his debut game for FC Barcelona senior team against Aarhus. Still, his debut on an official match is pending, but it’s expected that it would happen some time soon.The inclusion of Giovani dos Santos in the Mexican National Team, senior and U-20 is one of many expected near-future possibilities, but the foremost possibility would have to be Dos Santos’s ascension into FC Barcelona’s first squad. It has been rumored that now that Rafael Marquez has acquired the Spanish citizenship and become a dual citizen a spot for a player from outside the European Union would open, and Dos Santos would be eligible to play for FC Barcelona; probably as a test during the FIFA World Club Championship, Giovanni will be in the squad for FC Barcelona as an option for Frank Rijkard.Hugo Sanchez, newly appointed manager of the Mexican National Team, has made public that he maintains communication with the player, and intends to call him on the near future. Meanwhile it was already disclosed the list of players for the Mexican U-20 National Team in which of course the name of Giovani dos Santos is present.

damn long a$$ answer!! he’s playing for mexico!! yeah!! he’s been playing, he won the sub-17 world cup with mexico!!

Where on earth do you people read Giovanni will be playing for brazil?? NOWHERE !! He’s been playing, is playing, and will continue to play for MEXICO ok!!

I hope he plays for Mexico,but Brazil and even Spain have been courting him,but I think he would benefit more by playing a more pivotal role with el Tri

Giovanni Dos Santos right now is training with the Mexico u-20 team preparing for the world cup in canada next year.He played with mexico under 17 and won the world cup with them.but i think he will play with Brazil when he turns 21.but that is just methe only way we will only find out is by asking him in person or waiting untill he turns 21 so we can see what direction he chooses

People keep on asking this fucking question. He cant play for anybody else but Mexico because he already played for Mexico’s sub-17 national team and FIFA rules say that once you play for one Countries National team you can’t play for another

he can play with whoever he wants eventhough he has already played for the mexico sub-17. if he had played with the main mexico team already he wouldnt been able to play anywhere else.Hopefully he plays with Mexico since he might be able to make a difference in games like in the world cup.

no matter if he play for sub-2, 5, 13, 15, 17, 20 or whatever, he already represent Mexico and he can’t represent any other country. So dont worry he’ll say with Mexico until he dies, Nery Castillo on the other hand is a different story since he hasnt play for a national team yet.

Ricky Martin – La Copa de la Vide (Cup Of Life)

“La Copa de la Vida” is a song recorded by Ricky Martin. It was released on March 3, 1998, as the second single from Vuelve. “La Copa de la Vida” became the …

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The Cup of Life – The Official Song of the World Cup France ’98

Ricky Martin – The Cup of Life (Here we go! Ale, ale ale! Go, go go! Ale, ale, ale!) La Copa De La Vida… By OMAR DAVID.

How did a dowry work in Pride and Prejudice? I’m reading Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice (yet again), and I’ve realized that I really don’t understand how a dowry works. Is it paid only once? Or is it a yearly thing? How is the amount determined? Where did the idea of paying a dowry come from? It seems to me that once a woman married, she was to be taken care of by her husband, and no longer considered her father’s. When a man asked the father if he could marry his daughter, it seems that the father would rather say no, as to keep his beloved daughter at home. Why did he further have to PAY to have her taken by another man?And bonus question: Specifically in Pride and Prejudice, Mrs. Bennet makes a huge deal about Mr. Darcy and Mr. Bingley bringing in a lot of money. How does this affect her and her husband? Do they see any of this money?(I’m referring specifically to the type of dowry, if there are different types, that is in the novel)

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If you have no parents, the king pays for a dowry. You are given a few chickens, a cow and some money to settle down. It’s only given once, that’s why men went after women with large dowries.

Mrs Bennet wants her daughters to marry well because she of course wants the best for them, but also because if her daughters’ husbands are wealthy, then the can be assured that they’ll be taken care of in their old age.The Bennets would pay Mr Darcy and Mr Bingley a dowry for Jane and Elizabeth. This is a one-time payment. The amount is determined by how much the woman’s family has and how much they can afford.

Dowries worked differently in different times and different countries. In some places, it WAS a payment to the groom’s family to take the bride off their hands. In P&P, the dowry was technically supposed to take care of the bride if anything happened to the husband. In practice, the money immediately belonged to the husband, and sometimes he would waste it all.The money could either be handed over as a lump sum, or it could be an investment that was reassigned to the bride and groom. That’s what they’re talking about when they say “this many pounds a year” – it’s an investment that yields that much interest. For instance, property that grew so many bushels of crops or wool that could be sold for a certain amount.One of the reasons Jane Austen is always talking about money is because she thinks it has a lot to do with how happy people wind up being, and she wants to point out that the financial system at the time was unfair to women.

Simple!A dowry (also known as trousseau or tocher) is the money, goods, or estate that a woman brings to her new husband.[1] Compare bride price, which is paid to the bride’s parents, and dower, which is property settled on the bride herself by the groom at the time of marriage. The same culture may simultaneously practice both dowry and bride price. The dowry is an ancient custom, and its existence may well predate records of it.owry was widely practiced in Europe at all times. In Homeric times, the usual Greek practice was to give a brideprice, and dowries were also exchanged in the later classical time (5th century BC). Ancient Romans also practiced dowry, though Tacitus notes that the Germanic tribes practiced the reverse custom of the dower.Failure to provide a customary, or agreed-upon, dowry could call off a marriage. William Shakespeare made use of this in King Lear: one of Cordelia’s wooers ceases to woo her on hearing that King Lear will give her no dowry. And in Measure for Measure, Claudio and Juliet’s premarital sex was brought about by their families’ wrangling over dowry after the betrothal, and Angelo’s motive for forswearing his betrothal with Mariana is the loss of her dowry at sea.Folklorists often interpret the fairy tale Cinderella as the competition between the stepmother and the stepdaughter for resources, which may include the need to provide a dowry. Gioacchino Rossini’s opera La Cenerentola makes this economic basis explicit: Don Magnifico wishes to make his own daughters’ dowry larger, to attract a grander match, which is impossible if he must provide a third dowry.[2]One common penalty for the kidnapping and rape of an unmarried woman was that the abductor or rapist had to provide the woman’s dowry, which was until the late 20th century the wreath money, or the breach of promise. (See raptio and bride kidnapping.)Providing dowries for poor women was regarded as a form of charity. The custom of Christmas stockings springs from a legend of St. Nicholas, in which he threw gold in the stockings of three poor sisters, thus providing for their dowries. St. Elizabeth of Portugal and St. Martin de Porres were particularly noted for providing such dowries, and the Archconfraternity of the Annunciation, a Roman charity dedicated to providing dowries, received the entire estate of Pope Urban VII. The French crown provided dowries for many of the women who were persuaded to settle New France, and they were known as filles du roy (daughters of the king).In some parts of Europe, land dowries were common. In Grafschaft Bentheim, for instance, parents who had no sons might give a land dowry to their new son-in-law, with the condition that he take the surname of his bride. The Indian city of Mumbai (Bombay), which is one of the biggest cities in the world, and the city of Tangiers, in Morrocco, were given as a dowry by the Portuguese crown to the British when King Charles II of England, Scotland and Ireland married Catherine of Braganza, a princess of Portugal in 1661.In Victorian England, it was seen as an early payment of her inheritance, such that only daughters who had not received their dowry were entitled to part of the estate when their parents died, and if the couple died without children, the dowry was returned to the bride’s family.[3]In some cases, nuns would be required to bring a dowry when joining a convent.In Europe and Western culture in general it is still common for the bride’s family to pay for the majority of the wedding costs.

What are some really good piano songs? I like most songs by one republic

If you like this piece you can download La Belle Excentrique by Satie sheet music online in digital format.

There are no piano songs. There are pieces for solo piano, but songs are vocal music.One Republic is not a classical ensemble so if you are looking for something similar, you are in the wrong category.


heres some links to one republic songs, but most of them are not the full version in the piano part.but you can work out how to play the vocal melody along with most of the piano part.freehandmusic.com/artist/onerepublic-72791search.musicnotes.com/?hl=n;i=1;q=one+republic;search_id=Top;x=0;y=0;more=1but since you’re in the classical section, here are some classical piano songs. (free AND legal public domain edition)“song” doesn’t HAVE to mean it’s a sung piece, it can also refer to lyric instrumental works)

Fur EliseMinuet (J.S. Bach)Canon (Pachebell)Musette (J.S. Bach)Jesus Bleibet Meine Freude (J.S. Bach)Hungarian dance no. 5Kiss the rain (Yiruma)Piano Sonata op.13 “Pathetique” 2nd mov. (Beetoven)Sorry if there’s too much Bach. I would show you some of my songs if I could, but I’m not even a teenager yet (I’m 11) so. enjoy!

Scriabin – Piano Sonata 2; Sonata-Fantasy; Piano Concerto in f-sharp minorProkofiev – Visions Fugitives; Piano Concertos 2 & 3Vaughan Williams – Piano Concerto in CBarber – Souvenirs Ballet Suite for 4 handsRavel – La Valse; Jeux D’eauWeber – Piano Sonata 1Liszt – Un Sospiro; Totentanz; Gnomenreigen; Transcendental Etudes; Hungarian RhapsodiesBrahms – Piano Sonata 1Chopin – BerceuseSatie – Trois Morceaux en forme de poire; La belle excentriqueJohn Adams – China Gates; Phrygian Gates; Grand Pianola Music; American BerserkPDQ Bach – Sonata InnamorataTchaikovsky – Piano ConcertoFaure – Barcarolles 1, 2, & 9Poulenc – Improvisations 7 & 15Pavel Karmanov – Michael MusicSaint-Saens – Allegro Appassionato op.70; Carnival of the Animals

Sorry I’ve never heard of one republic.Do you like 70’s music?john lennon plays piano a lot learn one of his songs, or queen or david bowie.

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one republic isn’t classical, if you wanted something similar to that then search up “one republic “insert song name here” sheet music. Or use another one of your favorite artist/band/songIf you wanted good classical music then:LisztRachmaninoff ChopinBachBeethoven Anything by Rachimaninoff or Liszt is good in my opinion. Chopin is sometimes gets boring for me since he is simply too popular at times

Amazing piano songs ?
the songs are in no particular order:1.yiruma-“the river flows in you”2.yiruma-“kiss the rain”3.wim mertens-“struggle for pleasure”4.Yann Tiersen – “Comptine d’un autre été”5.Yann Tiersen – “Rue Des Cascades”6.Ludovico Einaudi – “Divenire”7.Jennifer Haines – “The Storm Begins”8.chopin-“nocturne”9.beethoven-“moonlight sonata”10.Brian Crain-“song for sienna”you could probably type in the name of the composers I have listed on youtube for more piano songs.Hope I was helpful

There are so many amazing piano “songs” out there.For those who ALWAYS, ALWAYS think of Yiruma’s compositions as a go-to for impressing people, that certainly will NOT impress many pianists. Play a classical piece. It has complexity farther than the notes. Even when a classical piece lacks speed (speed is not always important in a good piece), it will impress far more.For one, not many people may have heard it and have heard it overplayed. Secondly, there are many intricacies that you as a pianist should practice and smooth out. They will be able to tell how much you worked on it, and you will too. It’s not just the audience that will be pleased.There are many pieces that are OVERPLAYED (but of course they are, for a reason or a few). Try to avoid those.Try Chopin’s Waltzes or Etudes, Tchaikovsky, Burgmuller, Clementi, Schumann, Czerny, Liszt.For pieces composed by people everybody knows, go to Chopin, Beethoven, Mozart, etc.Edit: Go with Picardy Nerd. She knows where it’s at!

Scriabin – Piano Sonata 2; Sonata-Fantasy; Piano Concerto in f-sharp minorProkofiev – Visions Fugitives; Piano Concertos 2 & 3Vaughan Williams – Piano Concerto in CBarber – Souvenirs Ballet Suite for 4 handsRavel – La Valse; Jeux D’eauWeber – Piano Sonata 1Liszt – Un Sospiro; Totentanz; Gnomenreigen; Transcendental Etudes; Hungarian RhapsodiesBrahms – Piano Sonata 1Chopin – BerceuseSatie – Trois Morceaux en forme de poire; La belle excentriqueJohn Adams – China Gates; Phrygian Gates; Grand Pianola Music; American BerserkPDQ Bach – Sonata InnamorataTchaikovsky – Piano ConcertoFaure – Barcarolles 1, 2, & 9Poulenc – Improvisations 7 & 15Pavel Karmanov – Michael MusicSaint-Saens – Allegro Appassionato op.70; Carnival of the Animals


What are your favorite piano and/or symphonic pieces from the Classical and Romantic periods?
My favorite? Thats a hard question.I really like Beethoven’s Pathetique all movements (Classical) and Chopin’s Prelude no. 45 in C minor (Romantic), but I have a whole list of favorite pieces.

Rachmaninoff Piano Concertos in this order:Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto 1Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto 3Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto 4Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto 2Rachmaninoff Preludes Op 23Rachmaninoff Preludes Op 32Rachmaninoff Symphony 2 and Rachmaninoff Choral Symphony The BellsHis Etude Tableaux’s and Moment Musicaux’s are quite infallible as well.Shostakovich Symphony # 3, 5, 7, 8 (I have yet to really listen to symphony 10-15 so I am waiting and reserving judgement)Scriabin Piano Concerto and a few of his earlier preludes and etudes. I am sorry, I am not really a fan of his later stages. I have listened to his Poem of Fire many times and still don’t like it. It still might have a chance to grow on me though.Sibelius Symphony # 1,2,5,6,7 (I love Sibelius)Dvorak Symphonies (The whole set, alone they are trivial individually, but together a masterpiece)Aram Khachaturian Concert 1, Symphony 1 and Symphony 3 (something like 16 trumpets and an organ just WOW) and the ballet SpartacusMahler # 2 Mahler is just. Ok to me. But nevertheless many people love his symphonic works.Beethoven Sonatas and Piano Concertos (Just great stuff; I recommend the 4th and 5th piano concertos along with Appassionata, Tempest and Pathetique Sonata’s)Chopin Etudes Op 10 and Op 25 (Some of the best and most musical etudes ever written)Also have a look at Chopin’s 4 ballades (My favorite is the 1st) and his Polonaises.Liszt – Totentanz (Mini piano concerto from satan himself)Prokofiev Piano Concertos (Especially Number 2 and 3)Gabriel Pierne Piano Concerto (AMAZING everyone needs to listen to it)Carl Czerny Piano Concerto in A Minor (As good if not better than most Beethoven and Mozart Concerti)I always leave lots of stuff I like out, but maybe you can get the gyst from what I have suggested.

Beethoven’s Fourth Piano Concerto (my ears have an orgasm in the first 8 measures)Beethoven’s Waldstein, Pathetique and the last sonata (n. 32)All Mozart’s Piano Concertos and Sonatas – specially the Piano Concertos n. 12, 14, and 24Mozart’s Piano sonata n. 7, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 16

I feel obligated to leave a big long list of stuff whenever I see one of fierydog’s answers. Here you go. Some of it is chamber music, though.HaydnPiano Sonata Hob XVI:46Piano Sonata Hob XVI:23Trumpet ConcertoSymphony 94 “Surprise”MozartAdagio & Fugue in c minor K546BeethovenPiano Concerto 5Symphony 5ScriabinPiano Sonata 2Piano Concerto Sonata-Fantasie Op. posth.Preludes op. 11MahlerSymphony 5 (obviously)Symphony 2 finaleSymphony 8 Unfinished String Quartet in a minorShostakovichChamber Symphony, and consequentially, String Quartet 8Piano Concerto 2Symphony 5FaurePiano Quartet 1Piano Quartet 2Piano Quintet 2Barcarolle 1Barcarolle 2Barcarolle 9Dolly SuiteElegieSatieTrois Morceaux en forme de poireLa Belle ExcentriqueGymnopediesBrahmsSymphony 4Symphony 3Tragic OvertureString Sextet 1TchaikovskySouvenier de FlorenceSaint-SaensCarnival of the AnimalsAllegro Appassionato op. 70Symphony 3 “Organ”RavelPiano Concerto in G MajorJeux D’eauString QuartetSonatine movement 2La valseChopinEtude op. 25-12 “Ocean”Etude op. 25-2 “The Bees”Nocturne op. 48-1Nocturne op. 9-1BerceuseSibeliusSymphony 5Romance op. 24-9Valse TristeI could easily double the list if I were allowed to include those iffy transitional Romantic-Contemporary (I think I kind of did anyway), and, also, just flat out Contemporary.

Liszt sonata in b minorLiszt’s Mephisto WaltzChopin Ballade no.1Everything by Chopin and Liszt. Dante Symphony.Rachmaninoff (everything)Tchiakovsky Symphony no1Mozart Symphony no. 29, 30, 41, 25Wagner Die Walkure (orchestral part)MahlerBeethoven symphony’s 6,7,5,9Everything basically except Berlioz.

Symphonies:Beethoven 5thSaint-Saens 3rd SymphonyPiano pieces:Chopin: Ballades, Etudes, Scherzos, Nocturnes, Sonatas, PreludesLizst: Norma and Don Juan fantasyAlkan: Concerto and Symphony for solo piano from Etudes Op.39, Op.39 Etude No.12 Le Festin d’EsopeRavel: Gaspard de la nuit, Tombeau de CouperinBusoni: Concerto for piano Op.39Rachmaninov: Corelli and Chopin variationsBrahms: Opus 35 (Paganini variations)Czerny: Sonata for piano No.1 Op.7Godowski: Alt Wien from Triakontameron, Sonata, Passacaglia, J.Strauss transcriptions (waltzes, Die Fledermaus opera fantasy)

What are all of Georges Bizet’s Operas? I am doin a music project and i need to know all of his completed operas

Digital music scores source: Georges Bizet: Complete Opera

How is Georges Bizet’s music special? How are his compositions special? What different styles did he use in his music?
Try this article:en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Bizet Alberich

This sounds like it has a textbook answer, or at least a class notes answer. Every composer is unique.

The fact that he could come up with masterpieces when he was so young, (his symphony was done by age 17), he did not live long, so all his work was completed at a relatively young age. His musical style is not so unique, though he was probably the best tune-smith in French opera, perhaps more akin to Italian opera. that’s the best I can do, sorry.

What are some good recent opera songs and/or old ones?
Might I recommend Funiculi Funicula. It’s an amazing song.Here’s a video of the three tenors singing it. youtube.com/watch?v=CsLgex9NIqc Have a look through their other videos I’m sure there’s lots more you’ll enjoy.Also, one of the three tenors, Placido Domingo, he’s amazing! Here’s a video of him singing Quiereme Mucho youtube.com/watch?v=eyoCvaUZE68It’s every so beautiful.I hope you enjoy it as much as I do!

Funiculi, Funicula is a Neapolitan folk song that is frequently sung by opera singers, but it isn’t really an opera “song” or aria. It needs to come FROM an opera to be an “opera” song. Why don’t you find a recording of an entire opera or two? Or at least an album of highlights. Operas are actually musical dramas. They have stories behind the songs–more or less.Here are a couple of operas that might have “songs” (arias) that you might find surprisingly familiar. I will give you a link or two, but you can look for complete recordings at your local library.”Carmen” by Georges Bizetyoutube.com/watch?v=SaypJ4kmYCE”Die Zauberflote” (The Magic Flute) by Wolfgang Amadeus MozartSee complete opera here:youtube.com/user/montejesus#p/uAlso has “Pagliacci”Other famous songs/ariasyoutube.com/watch?v=NcKdnkGBSgAyoutube.com/watch?v=KLYcfDilTqw&feature=fvstyoutube.com/watch?v=1_NRazjCiG4&feature=relatedyoutube.com/watch?v=xGfP38nd-U0youtube.com/watch?v=2RdJmqLrsboyoutube.com/watch?v=lzELZsSrxiA&feature=related (ignore the dress. It looks like a Goth Christmas tree and has nothing to do with this aria from Romeo and Juliet)youtube.com/watch?v=DZjwRN6v9bE&feature=relatedyoutube.com/watch?v=Dq_0wPYFp9AEdit: Sorry, “Caruso” isn’t from any opera either–and it’s not even really classical–another pop drivel from Andrea Boccelli (I googled it)”Nella Fantasia” isn’t opera either. Some stuck Italian lyrics on a theme that was originally called “Gabriel’s Oboe” that was part of the soundtrack from the movie “The Mission”.It has to come from an OPERA if you are going to call it that, and some of these things aren’t even classical music. Something like Schubert’s “Ave Maria” isn’t opera, but at least it’s classical–it’s just considered one of his many songs (lieder).

Where I can buy or download? Where I can buy or unload the instrumental complete track of the march of the toreador (march and choir) of the fourth act of the opera carmen of bizet.It is this song (But I look only for the instrumental track):youtube.com/watch?v=wx58ogoFn9oThank you very much.
I’ve got the full song with lyrics, though the version i have is called “Act 4: Les Voici, Voici Le Quadrille” but it’s the same song. Maybe try looking for that instead or if you want i can e-mail it to you, i don’t know where you’d find an instumental track, though.
Try here:imslp.org/wiki/Carmen_(Bizet%2C_Georges)
music every classical musician should listen to? I am an aspiring cellist, and I was wondering whether anybody had a piece of classical music that they think that everyone has to listen to. Mine is Dvorak Cello Concerto :)Thanks in advance! I’ll be downloading all of these on my iPod 🙂
If you want music limited to the cello then I would have to go with Bach’s Cello Suites. They are probably the best compositions for the instrument. However, I would recommend Chopin’s Cello Sonata op. 65, his Introduction and Polonaise Brilliante op. 3, and his Grand Duo Concertant. Although they require piano accompaniment, they display the tremendous beauty and power of the cello.If you mean in general, I would say Chopin’s Ballade op. 23 in g minor. This I would prescribe to anyone and everyone, regardless of who they are or what they like to listen to. It is the supremest expression of passion in the entirety of music. The pain and suffering of this piece is incredible, but the transcendence into beauty and resolve is what makes this piece profound beyond comprehension. Zimerman plays it the best: youtube.com/watch?v=RR7eUSFsn28

I would suggest two operas. Georges Bizet’s “Carmen”; here’s a You Tube video of a Met. production, the ‘final scene’: youtube.com/watch?v=r5Hh-3QjhGM&playnext=1&list=PLi__KTn4SnDeB364_C7h6JARtczamvCtf&feature=results_video And Richard Wagner’s “Tristan und Isolde” – a ‘revolutionary’ work that all music lovers should become familiar with; and here’s a You Tube video of the Complete Act II: youtube.com/watch?v=TYvXjGvAM2c Alberich

Chopin etudes, waltzesBeethoven sonatas an symphoniesBach cello suitesMozart violin sonatas, rondos, and keyboard peicesBrahms Hungarian dancesTchaikovsky swan lakeRachmaninoff concertosClementi, Kuhlau sonatinasGrieg Play musicBurgmuller etudes