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"Futari Wa Wasurechau"

Originally recorded by Ami Koshimizu and Mamiko Noto

Vocals by Luci Christian and Caitlin Glass

 

English TV size version featured as the second ending theme for School Rumble: 2nd Semester.

 

This is the most adorable song! Even more so due to it being sung by the voice actors of two of the characters from the anime.


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Elephant Revival  -  The Pasture

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Felix MendelssohnString Quartet No. 6 in F minor, Op. 80 and Pieces for String Quartet, Op. 81
Eroica Quartet

 

 

Felix MendelssohnSonata for Cello and Piano in D major, Op. 58
Gary Hoffman, cello
David Selig, piano

 

 

Felix MendelssohnString Quartet No. 1 in E-flat major, Op. 12
Eroica Quartet

 

 

Felix MendelssohnPiano Trio No. 2 in C minor, Op. 66
The Florestan Trio

 

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Bought this initially for his Richard Strauss, but also has complete Mahler symphonies + Das Lied, Brahms, Beethoven and some concertos and other stuff

 

So..Zinman for me for a while at least  :rolleyes:

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I love this album!

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The sheet music I have for Arvo Pärt's Für Alina also contains another work of his I've actually never heard before. I thought I might as well try to learn to play it as well and so wanted to watch a video or two on YouTube first off to hear how it sounds and secondly to see what each hand is roughly doing so that I'm not entirely confused when I actually start working my way through the score. I settled on the video below because it was filmed from a great angle for viewing the keyboard and is played by a person who at least in the video description refers to themselves as a beginner, which is better suited for me than watching a concert pianist who earns five figures I feel.

 

The piece consists of six short variations and the first one already isn't possible to be played to its fullest on my digital piano I assume, because the four notes that are depressed soundlessly with the left hand at the start of the song and held for the duration of the first variation I assume are held for the purposed of the free strings starting to vibrate and create harmonics because of the notes that are being played. This is something I assume my digital piano does not take into account in its operation. Anyway, at least half of these variations seem relatively simple, but a few of them might force me to learn some finger acrobatics I haven't had to employ before.

 

 

Edit: Variation 1 learned and committed to memory!


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RAMPaul McCartney. (remastered 24kt gold disc by Steve Hoffman). My favourite album.  Listening w/HD650 & Vintage Kenwood KA-8006 Int. Amp., 1974, 75WPC.   LOUD !!!!!!  

 

- Excerpt from article on RAM album ….  "Elton John later said that it was the best harmonies he'd heard on an album in a long while …."


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