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Rachmaninov - Symphony No.2 mvt. 3 Adagio - Gennadi Rozhdestvensky & LSO
Tchaikovsky - Troika (November) - Rachmaninov (piano)
Tchaikovsky - Barcarolle (June) - Vladimir Ashkenazy
nice natural horn...
As close to a spiritual experience I as non religious person can achieve when listening to classical.
Largo from Xerxes by Händel.
Beethovens 5th piano concerto 2nd movement. Pure transcendence.
Happy Monday morning guys, something fluffy to lighten the mood.
Antonín Dvořák ''Humoresque No. 7 in G-Flat Major, Op. 101''
^ nice piano.
Another gem from Dvořák :
Songs my mother taught me - Nemanja Radulović
Leopold Godowsky - Alt wien " Old Vienna" - David Saperton
Paganini - Caprice no. 24 - Li Jie on guitar
Another version of Dvořák's Humoresque, Op. 101, No. 7, for Cello (BionTsang) and Piano (Cecilia Lo-Chien Kao) (arr. by Heifetz/ Tsang)
Only 10' long, the well known "Can Can" piece starts at 6' 55"
Offenbach - Orpheus in the Underworld Overture
Jolly and uplifting (I say) but others may just hate it.