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Mr Magic
I like classical too! And I'll be sure to post my favorite pieces.
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Linux_Sage
Ah good ol' Bach. For a sec there I thought this was Paul Dukas' the Sorcerer's Apprentice seeing Wizard Mickey.
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Mr Magic
Great segment! What a troublemaker Mick was.


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echidna64
Wow Linux! Way to kick off the thread with one of my favorite classical pieces ever!

Holst's Venus


Massenet's Meditation  




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Mr Magic
How about a little Beethoven?



It kind of makes you think of a certain Earthworm Jim 2 level, doesn't it?
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Mr Magic
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Good pieces, vkimo. I like the change of speed in the first one. I also like how enchanting the second one is.


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Vaporman87
I'm not up on my classics, sad to say. HOWEVER, I do have one personal favorite that I had heard before, but really didn't truly appreciate until it was replayed repeatedly during my escapades playing the game "Return Fire" on my Panasonic 3DO. That classic was:


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Linux_Sage
When you're getting ready to do something absolutely epic.. THIS is the piece to play:

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