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Linux_Sage
echidna64 wrote :

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

Holst's Venus

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I see you've found John William's inspiration for the Star Wars theme. Well, technically it was the Mars section but eh close enough!






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Mr Magic
Overture and Habanera from "Carmen"

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uCj658xbwj0

Sorry that I couldn't embed the video, but I was denied to.
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vkimo
And the perfect marriage of retro and classical


What's Opera Doc by MistyIsland1
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Mr Magic
One of my all-time favorite classical instruments is the organ. I love the way it sounds.

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Linux_Sage
Another piece by a brilliant composer. Has as lot of passion to it!




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vkimo
8 Bit Classical is pretty cool too.

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Mr Magic
Not one mention of Mozart? That's pretty sad.


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Jrs1991
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Linux_Sage
Ah that piece. Now known as the "clown music". Kind of reminds me of all the tunes you hear alot as a child and don't quite know where they come. The "lullaby" music comes to mind. That one was composed by Johannes Brahms.


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