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  • Stretchead

    Just been listening to your library because I wanted to listen to some classical music, unfortunately hardly any classical came up. Will have to try elsewhere : ( Cheers anyway!

    21 Gen 14:16 Rispondi
  • pidg30n

    Happy new year. Welcome to 2015!

    8 Gen 22:33 Rispondi
  • trysaethr

    I look foreward to listen and learn...................

    19 Ago 2014 Rispondi
  • trysaethr

    Hi ! Have just studied Your Library that is impressive and Rich in surprises. Great !

    19 Ago 2014 Rispondi
  • Juanesfan09

    Hej, vi kan skriva på svenska (or english). Ibland klickar jag på sidor med de svarta fälten. :-) Exceptionell musiksmak. Jag lyssnar också på klassisk musik. Men mer Beethoven, Brahms, Sibelius, osv.. Hälsningar André

    29 Mag 2014 Rispondi
  • TreatyofWedmore

    Hello Shrink125! Thanks for the Shout. Glad you like the name. I'm wondering if yours means that you're a psychiatrist - ?? Yes - there is definitely something in the waters around the fens!

    27 Mag 2014 Rispondi
  • trysaethr

    Hi ! Thanks for the Message. No,fafdo is almost "unknown land" in Norway.I was hooked on fado on a trip to Lisboa some years ago.Greetings Trygve

    25 Mag 2014 Rispondi
  • vaire_paunova

    Hey there! Long time ago you recommended Galuppi (and Legrenzi), both of whom I'd only listened to cursorily... and now that I've actually listened to their works properly, must say that I love them. Esp. Galuppi's vocal works. Lovely! :)

    21 Feb 2014 Rispondi
  • darwinx0r

    Honestly, I clicked on your subscriber profile from the shoutbox of a profile of another guy who pretty clearly goes around clicking on subscribers profiles because he knows that they see who visits their profiles. I did, however, remark on your profile to my GF when I saw it the first time. I said, and I quote "wow, this guy really, really likes classical music. 10,000 Vivaldi plays!". Greetings from San Francisco.

    28 Ago 2013 Rispondi
  • fernandomys

    Happy New Year, with full of love, health and wealth!

    31 Dic 2012 Rispondi
  • vaire_paunova

    Nah, music is a subject that holds infinite interest to me, esp. this kind of music, so you can't get boring (esp. since most people I know consider Adele to be an exceptional talent and Bocelli - a good tenor. Now that was snobbish, I know:)). Yeah, I like Purcell a lot and speaking of home-grown (to an extent) and of Purcell, we shouldn't forget Handel... Always thought that the influence of a chaconne from his Fairy Queen is really noticeable in Handel's Suite No4 in D minor... Oh, and the third movement of Tartini's Cello concerto in D major is among the most beautiful things written...

    5 Set 2012 Rispondi
  • vaire_paunova

    Yeah, I love baroque music and usually have a really hard time not coming off as an intellectual snob, when trying to explain that I like baroque and not classical music... a battle I usually lose, esp, if I go on to add that I also love Mediaeval and Renaissance music (it's a good thing I don't really care what others think;))... All kidding aside, Galluppi, Palestrina and the Scarlattis I already know and like, as well as Monteverdi, of course, but Legrenzi I am not familiar with, will definitely check it out... Am quite partial to Pergolesi, too...

    5 Set 2012 Rispondi
  • vaire_paunova

    Hey there! Yeah, to me Alan Parsons are like love at a more mature age - no tunnel vision and "I can't listen to anything else", but rather a desire to revisit them quite often and taking quiet pleasure in their presence. As for Vivaldi - to me he's the epitome of Italian baroque and I LOVE Italian baroque... BTW, as you seem to love him as much as I do, I honestly believe Modo Antiquo to be among the best Vivaldi interpretors; their Juditha Triumphans interpretation is stunning... I see you also enjoy Gregorian chants (no wonder, after all, you claim to have very Catholic tastes... which, I'm afraid, can be said about me, too) and Blackmore's Night:)

    3 Set 2012 Rispondi
  • subatomicdreams

    Hello, we’d like to invite you to listen to Subatomic Dreams with full-length track available.

    24 Ago 2012 Rispondi
  • rougenoir

    Pretty weird, I'd say ... It doesn't look high at all. Maybe it's calculating the probablility of how much I'd like to listen to your library too.

    15 Ago 2012 Rispondi
  • rougenoir

    Then you are one of the few people who would call it like that. And I'm really surprised that you found your way over various classical artists then. They are way too far behind in my library.

    14 Ago 2012 Rispondi
  • rougenoir

    I'm trying my best. And now I'm wondering what 'here' means. I'd be surprised if you ended up shouting at me because I listen to classical music so often.

    13 Ago 2012 Rispondi

    Thanks for visiting my site! "No meet" \(^ o ^)/

    17 Lug 2012 Rispondi
  • lotusC

    Greetings from Armenia :) You asked if my avatar was Nefertari.. almost ;) i've chosen Nefertem (the God of the blue water lily linked to beautification and healing) to be my avatar temporarily.. :) btw, yours is meaningful too ;)

    28 Giu 2012 Rispondi
  • paradigm__shift

    Hey there! I suppose I ran into your profile at the Jordi Savall-page. Nice library you got here.

    16 Giu 2012 Rispondi
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Consultant Psychiatrist with extremely catholic (in the Non religious sense ;)) taste in music. I was born in Britain, brought up in South Africa and currently live in Sweden whilst commuting to work in the UK, but LastFM only allows you to choose one country!
Strange, international commuting must be getting more common by the day.
Anyway I blame the background ( and my operetta loving parents) for my rather eclectic tastes.

20 000th track: JS Bach - English Suites, BWV 806-811: Suite No. 2 In A minor, BWV 807, VII. Gigue.
25 000 th track: Juan Gutiérrez de Padilla – Ave Regina Caelorum
30 000 th track: Heinrich Ignaz Franz von Biber - Passagalia for unaccompanied violin.
35 000 th track: Alexander Agricola - Missa Guazzabuglio: Missa Le serviteur Credo a 4
40 000 th track: Georg Friedrich Händel – Admeto, Re di Tessaglia - Aria - Chiudetevi, miei lumi
45 000 th track: Dietrich Buxtehude - Sonata III op. secunda en sol (BuxWV 261) - 1. vivace - lento
50 000th track: Thomas Weelkes - If King Manasses
55 000th track: Lucas Ruiz de Ribayaz - Xacaras
60 000th track: Gace Brule - Quant Je Voi La Noif Remise (When I See The White Snow)
65 000th track: Jean-Philippe Rameau - Deuxieme Air Des Furies (Vite)
70 000th track: Anon. - La folia - Allegro
75 000th track: Hevia - Gaviotes
80 000th track: Hildegard von Bingen - Kyrie
85 000th track: Elin Manahan Thomas - Handel - Ombra mai fu
90 000th track: Cançonièr - Trotto Saltarello (14th-c Italian)
95 000th track: Grex Vocalis - Il Est Né, Le Divin Enfant
100 000th track: Thomas Tallis - Miserere Nostris
110 000th track: Hevia - Mermedora
120 000th track: Handel - Water music Suite in G major-Gigue
130 000th track: Abdullah Ibrahim - In The Evening
140 000th track: The Hilliard Ensemble – Antonio Caprioli - Una Leggiadra Nimpha
150 000th track: Gilbert & Sullivan - the Mikado, Act 2 - 11 On A Tree By A River Wouldn't it be Operetta!! :)
160 000th track: Locke, Matthew – Duo III-c III.Corant
170 000th track: Giacomo Puccini - Coro a bocca chiusa ("Humming Chorus")
180 000th track: Antonio Vivaldi - Concerto In A, RV 422- Allegro - 2
190 000th track: Heinrich Ignaz Franz von Biber - The Scourging at the Pillar - Allamanda, Variatio
220 000th track: Antonio Salieri - Concerto For Oboe, Violin, Cello And Orchestra In D Major - I. Allegro Moderato

Don't you just love these instant Internet solutions to one's problems!:)

Your Taste in Music Says You're Philosophical

Your musical tastes are reflective and complex.
You are intellectual to the point of being cerebral.

You are very open to new experiences, and even more open to new ideas and theories.
Wisdom and personal accomplishment are important to you.

You are naturally sophisticated. You are drawn to art, especially art by independent artists.
You are likely to be financially well off... and not because you were born that way.

Yet another "instant" analysis, if only life were so easy!