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Robert SchumannSchumann: Symphony #4 In D Minor, Op. 120 - 4. Scherzo 2 ore fa
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Robert SchumannSchumann: Symphony #3 In E Flat, Op. 97, "Rhenish" - 3. Nicht Schnell 3 ore fa
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Jean SibeliusSibelius: Symphony #5 In E Flat, Op. 82 - 3. Allegro Molto 4 ore fa
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Ralph Vaughan WilliamsSymphony No. 9 in E minor: II. Andante sostenuto 6 ore fa
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  • kosmoflips

    may I ask whether your avatar is tRNA? :3

    3 Mag 1:53 Rispondi
  • miracle-2010

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    24 Apr 2:04 Rispondi
  • inthesameroom

    Oooh AJJ is great. You should listen to Guilt: The Song and the entirety of the album Knife Man. I'm a bit of a fanboy. And good on ya for listening to Kurt Vile! ♥

    20 Apr 0:58 Rispondi
  • inthesameroom

    Thanks, have at it! If I'm ever in the mood for classical music I'll be sure to raid your library. Friended. :D

    20 Apr 0:02 Rispondi
  • dsh1985

    Three out of 4 ain't bad! How come you never had a picture taken? It doesn't surprise me will.i.am is weird. Spelling your name like that is weird! hahah!

    26 Feb 20:01 Rispondi
  • dsh1985

    Oh what was Tom Jones like? Did you get your pic taken? I'm not a big fan of graham Norton these days. sometimes he's OK and sometimes he just bugs me! haha

    25 Feb 22:23 Rispondi
  • dsh1985

    The ticket cost £70. Dread to think what a half decent seat would have cost! haha! You went to see the voice? Was it any good? I've still never seen it

    24 Feb 20:37 Rispondi
  • dsh1985

    Hahaha yes it is raining! It's not been too bad today though, just showery and now raining tonight. bet you'd take the rain over the snow! That road looks horrendous. Hope people aren't actually trying to drive on it! yeah I went to the brits. Was an excellent show. Much better being there than watching it on the telly. Nah didn't speak to anyone famous unfortunately but Prince was there as was Kylie and Nile Rogers. Beyoncé sang XO and it was amazing! I want to go again next year

    23 Feb 22:45 Rispondi
  • dsh1985

    Oh my god! Where's that about? Looks like a motorway!

    23 Feb 20:04 Rispondi
  • dsh1985

    I'm not surprised. Touch the brakes on the car and you end up going faster! How much snow was thrown out overnight?

    22 Feb 10:54 Rispondi
  • dsh1985

    24 inches?! how are you supposed to get about?!

    21 Feb 23:04 Rispondi
  • dsh1985

    Edinburgh is still in one piece - just. The wind is trying to blow it away! Oz was really good. Neighbours tour was a highlight! haha! The Oz Open was good too. Bit too humid though but glad I went. No more holidays this year tho :-( How are you doing?

    20 Feb 21:53 Rispondi
  • dsh1985

    I am indeed. Nice to be home but it's so cold!

    18 Feb 18:19 Rispondi
  • MadAzAHatter

    so our conversation has seemed to suddenly come to an end.... i won't lie to you, it makes me a bit sad.... just one quick question before you leave my Shoutbox for good my friend, even though you state you're in England you list Twin Cities radio stations.... ummm??

    12 Gen 20:22 Rispondi
  • MadAzAHatter

    and The Isle of the Dead my friend...... oh yah... The Isle of the Dead!!

    9 Gen 21:25 Rispondi
  • MadAzAHatter

    i have to admit, i'm trying to figure your age and i cannot place where you might be... i'm thinking you're closer to me than most (all) my current friends here on last.fm... dunno ~ curious and curiouser...... of course all my music was once on vinyl (lps... we never used to call them vinyls) and classical was my mainstay... i grew up on The Beatles, etc but the closest thing that i could associate classical with in the rock world was prog-rock which i loved then and now... but times have changed and my taste is pretty much all over the place... much moves my musical soul and spirit Fred but because most of my music is scrobbled at my office i very rarely listen to classical due to the extremes in volume for most pieces... who are my favorites?... Russian composers hands down!... Mussorgsky, Tchaikovsky, Stravinsky, and the beyond magnificent Rachmaninoff..... i see that you scrobble your classical as i do, by composer.... there really is no other way... last.fm is shit per album

    9 Gen 20:19 Rispondi
  • MadAzAHatter

    i think their sound has matured to an extent that i can find no fault on any part of the album.... Alex comes off with a deeper truer sound in his vocals than ever before and not just cocky (which is part of AC to be sure)... so many great tracks that i really have a hard time picking just that one over any others...... having said that Why’d You Only Call Me When You’re High?, Do I Wanna Know? and (like you) Arabella took me right away...... oh, and i'm a subscriber and we get to see who's been stalking about....... i'm David btw.. nice to meet you Male from from the UK

    9 Gen 12:39 Rispondi
  • MadAzAHatter

    oh my gosh!... i so love your charts!... it makes me so really sad you didn't leave me a shout when you stopped for a visit *holds back tears*..... i can't really ask you what you think of Ravel's new work (although we could talk new recordings) so i'll ask what you thought of Arctic Monkeys newest, AM?

    8 Gen 12:28 Rispondi
  • dsh1985

    Yeah the deep freeze has made it over here. Apparently, the storms here are part of the same weather system, just a but warmer! Haha. Yeah i bet you're glad you don't have to go outside. Brrrr!

    7 Gen 7:30 Rispondi
  • dsh1985

    I'm going to melbourne, sydney and brisbane with KL and Singapore either side. Will be nice to get some winter sun! How are you coping with the deep freeze in america? When are you coming back to the uk?

    6 Gen 22:28 Rispondi
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About my music: I have loved classical music since forever; some of my favorite composers are Handel, Brahms, Verdi, Sibelius and Mendelssohn, (yup I listen to the really mainstream composers, but I always get a kick out of discovering a new, obscurer composer like Torelli, Spohr, or Lutoslawski). And although I'm not as familiar with 20th Century classical as I'd like to be (have not really been exposed to a lot of the experimental music yet except for Ligeti and Penderecki for example), I do like Shostakovich, Poulenc, Ravel, and Britten, a few noteworthy exceptions. . .

I LOVE chamber music, especially Romantic chamber music- piano trios, string quartets, piano quintets, horn trios, you name it. Concertos and symphonies are great too. Opera is amazing- my favorite operas would be Giulio Cesare by Handel, Rigoletto by Verdi, and Don Giovanni by Mozart.

I regularly listen to "pop" and indie and alternative rock. I like listening to catchy electronic dance-pop music. Calvin Harris, Gaga, Kylie, or Scissor Sisters come to mind. Please give me a shout if you have a recommendation! British indie rock is reliably good - Arctic monkeys, the Wombats, Franz Ferdinand, etc..

There are some artists that have made it onto my charts, such as Paris Hilton, and Miley Cyrus, and I gotta say, some of their music is good in a I-hate-to-admit-this-but-this-is-actually-kinda-nice/semi-musically-acceptable way. I realize that the presence of those musicians in my library may jeopardize my musical credibility for some Last.fm users; unfortunately I do not really care what those people think about my musical choices.

The best radio stations in the Twin Cities:

http://www.thecurrent.org/
http://minnesota.publicradio.org/radio/services/cms/