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post #46 of 52

^ x2. I'm enjoying this thread a lot, too. Thanks, Maxvla .


Edited by KnightK - 8/13/10 at 9:21am
post #47 of 52

Personally i love this one:

 

post #48 of 52

+1 on Dvorak's no.9

 

Beethoven's 7 is great too

 

Another fav from joe hisaishi


Edited by lazybum - 8/13/10 at 6:02am
post #49 of 52
Thread Starter 

lazybum, that Mononoke music is just beautiful.

post #50 of 52

^Glad to help

 

You may want to check out Hisaishi's other works. Emotionally involving stuff.

Probably less complex and deep compared to composers of classical/romantic era, but still beautiful and brilliant.

post #51 of 52

Well, it has no choir or vocalists, but if you want supremely heavy-hitting classical I'd check out Mahler's 5th Symphony. http://www.amazon.com/Mahler-Symphony-Karajan-Berliner-Philharmoniker/dp/B000001GR0/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=music&qid=1281826553&sr=8-1 this one in particular.

 

Mahler's 2nd is absolutely amazing too, and it has many vocals. http://www.amazon.com/Mahler-Symphony-Resurrection-Philharmoniker-Multichannel/dp/B00009Y30W/ref=sr_1_8?ie=UTF8&s=music&qid=1281826685&sr=1-8 this is a beautifully recorded version. Really powerful.

post #52 of 52
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New World of Warcraft Cataclysm login screen music is pretty amazing.

 

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