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INTERNET PEOPLE NEED HOTPOCKETS AND A HOLOCAUST

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4d0c77 No.8748985

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808150 No.8749710

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f75ec2 No.8749940

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>>8748786

Personal favorite

Amazingly beautiful!


f75ec2 No.8750013

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>>8749940

Obligatory


808150 No.8750146

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28df97 No.8750261

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Can I post Scriabin?


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7d6780 No.8750451

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tristan_und_Isolde#Act_2

'King Marke leads a hunting party out into the night, leaving Isolde and Brangäne alone in the castle, who both stand beside a burning brazier. Isolde, listening to the hunting horns, believes several times that the hunting party is far enough away to warrant the extinguishing of the brazier – the prearranged signal for Tristan to join her ("Nicht Hörnerschall tönt so hold"). Brangäne warns Isolde that Melot, one of King Marke's knights, has seen the amorous looks exchanged between Tristan and Isolde and suspects their passion ("Ein Einz'ger war's, ich achtet' es wohl"). Isolde, however, believes Melot to be Tristan's most loyal friend, and, in a frenzy of desire, extinguishes the flames. Brangäne retires to the ramparts to keep watch as Tristan arrives.

The lovers, at last alone and freed from the constraints of courtly life, declare their passion for each other. Tristan decries the realm of daylight which is false, unreal, and keeps them apart. It is only in night, he claims, that they can truly be together and only in the long night of death can they be eternally united ("O sink' hernieder, Nacht der Liebe"). During their long tryst, Brangäne calls a warning several times that the night is ending ("Einsam wachend in der Nacht"), but her cries fall upon deaf ears. The day breaks in on the lovers as Melot leads King Marke and his men to find Tristan and Isolde in each other's arms. Marke is heartbroken, not only because of his nephew's betrayal but also because Melot chose to betray his friend Tristan to Marke and because of Isolde's betrayal as well ("Mir – dies? Dies, Tristan – mir?").

When questioned, Tristan says he cannot answer to the King the reason of his betrayal since he would not understand. He turns to Isolde, who agrees to follow him again into the realm of night. Tristan announces that Melot has fallen in love with Isolde too. Melot and Tristan fight, but, at the crucial moment, Tristan throws his sword aside and allows Melot to severely wound him.'


7d6780 No.8750452

>>8750451

'Wagner's friend the poet Georg Herwegh introduced him in late 1854 to the work of the philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer.[20] The composer was immediately struck by the philosophical ideas to be found in Die Welt als Wille und Vorstellung (The World as Will and Representation), and the similarities between the two men's world-views became clear.[21]

Man, according to Schopenhauer, is driven by continued, unachievable desires, and the gulf between our desires and the possibility of achieving them leads to misery while the world is a representation of an unknowable reality. Our representation of the world is Phenomenon, while the unknowable reality is Noumenon: concepts originally posited by Kant. Schopenhauer's influence on Tristan und Isolde is most evident in the second and third acts. The second act, in which the lovers meet, and the third act, during which Tristan longs for release from the passions that torment him, have often proved puzzling to opera-goers unfamiliar with Schopenhauer's work.

Wagner uses the metaphor of day and night in the second act to designate the realms inhabited by Tristan and Isolde.[22] The world of Day is one in which the lovers are bound by the dictates of King Marke's court and in which the lovers must smother their mutual love and pretend as if they do not care for each other: it is a realm of falsehood and unreality. Under the dictates of the realm of Day, Tristan was forced to remove Isolde from Ireland and to marry her to his Uncle Marke – actions against Tristan's secret desires. The realm of Night, in contrast, is the representation of intrinsic reality, in which the lovers can be together and their desires can be openly expressed and reach fulfilment: it is the realm of oneness, truth and reality and can only be achieved fully upon the deaths of the lovers. The realm of Night, therefore, becomes also the realm of death: the only world in which Tristan and Isolde can be as one forever, and it is this realm that Tristan speaks of at the end of Act Two ("Dem Land das Tristan meint, der Sonne Licht nicht scheint").[23] In Act Three, Tristan rages against the daylight and frequently cries out for release from his desires (Sehnen). In this way, Wagner implicitly equates the realm of Day with Schopenhauer's concept of Phenomenon and the realm of Night with Schopenhauer's concept of Noumenon.[24] While none of this is explicitly stated in the libretto, Tristan's comments on Day and Night in Acts 2 and 3, as well as musical allusions to "Tristan" in The Mastersingers of Nürnberg and Parsifal make it very clear that this was, in fact, Wagner's intention.[citation needed]

The world-view of Schopenhauer dictates that the only way for man to achieve inner peace is to renounce his desires: a theme that Wagner explored fully in his last opera, Parsifal. In fact Wagner even considered having the character of Parsifal meet Tristan during his sufferings in Act 3, but later rejected the idea.[25]'


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7d6780 No.8750462

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>>8750451

Or listen to this version


7d6780 No.8750482

>>8750462

Musc has been said about 'Tristan' being harmonically groundbreaking. Actually it illustrates two people who let themselves go insane by following their passion. It could have been two junkies.


c560cd No.8750489

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7d6780 No.8750507

>>8750482

*Much has


f61a07 No.8750540

Glenn Gould plays the Well-Tempered Clavier.


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c99cbf No.8750910

baroque > classical


7d6780 No.8750951

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7d6780 No.8750974

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7d6780 No.8750981

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44796b No.8750984

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44796b No.8750987

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c99cbf No.8751014

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7d6780 No.8751053

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>>8750764

And this.


7d6780 No.8751083

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>>8751053

Another Wagner transcription for piano


c99cbf No.8751117

Also what's wrong with white contemporary music?


7d6780 No.8751165

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Wagner Ring for beginners who can't take the screaming.


7d6780 No.8751199

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Music for repentant sinners of 8ch


2d68ca No.8751230

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Bach - Cello Suite No. 1 in G Major BWV1007 - Mov. 1-3/6

I love the first bit


bff6c6 No.8751264

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2d68ca No.8751287

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Ludwig van Beethoven - Moonlight Sonata ( 3rd Movement ) Tina S Cover


ff8357 No.8751533

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Smetana - Vltava

one of my favorite classical pieces


3f48e1 No.8751684

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24a2ef No.8751842

Why are so many conductors and recitalists Jews? Who is to say their (((interpretations))) aren't Jewish?


808150 No.8752031

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7d6780 No.8752032

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>>8751842

Some composers are too.


7d6780 No.8752046

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>>8752032

More of same


7d6780 No.8752101

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808150 No.8752160

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c99cbf No.8752254

>>8751842

>Who is to say their (((interpretations))) aren't Jewish?

If you have to interpret what was written down you shouldn't be representing what was written. Anything you add to a composition that isn't on the chart (that you try to pass off as the composer's intent via your interpretation) is fraudulent.


7ff483 No.8752286

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7ff483 No.8752366

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You niggers don't know about dank 15th century chromatic scale compositions

>composer gets cucked by another man

>kill both of them out of grief

>pretty upset but hey life goes on

>composes some kickass music


df9bd1 No.8752846

>>8752032

Even good composers like Mahler


5a1bc9 No.8752941

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I don't believe I've ever seen Camille Saint-Saëns posted on any of these threads


90a0f8 No.8752954

>>8752846

Mahler is shit.


df9bd1 No.8753035

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>>8752954

Is he?


03f846 No.8753055

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Anybody know any great Vivaldi albums like this?


03f846 No.8753093

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235843 No.8753098

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Korsakov is divine.


90a0f8 No.8753100

>>8753035

What did I just fucking say? That is disgusting music. Keep your kike shit off this board.


03f846 No.8753103

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This is what they should play at Trumps inauguration.


7ff483 No.8753109

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>>8753055

>Vivaldi

My nigga


9d23eb No.8753110

>>8753103

>Karajan

My man


03f846 No.8753146

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03f846 No.8753202

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Personal favorite.


5a1bc9 No.8753341

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5a1bc9 No.8753347

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6c138b No.8754353

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Lets get some aria of the night queen up in this thread.


6c138b No.8754407

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and some Holst


718d7e No.8754466

>>8751287

that's not classical, you stupid faggot fucker


74104b No.8754625

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>>8750461

ブラボーカラヤン


d7289b No.8754907

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c02b51 No.8755717

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a11182 No.8756085

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Shostakovich- Waltz 2


a11182 No.8756125

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Prokofiev- Dance of the Knights


dcd060 No.8756173

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L. Boccherini: La Musica Notturna delle Strade di Madrid - Op. 30 n. 6

Excuse the movie thumbnail, but I like the slower tempo and quality of this version.


10dd71 No.8756201

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Love Mozart's piano concertos


c99cbf No.8756214

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this is one of my favorite piano pieces


c99cbf No.8756220

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>>8756214

shit here's a much better version


e51939 No.8756426

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Can anyone recommend more from Vincent d'Indy? (French, 1851–1931). Liked this from the radio wfmt.com/listen, but I prefer instrumentals.


d48851 No.8757036

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Not properly classical, but still.


e3cd9c No.8758933

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Not classical in a sense but still wonderful.


2b56f2 No.8759092

those anybody has the short opera about leaches taking over the congress? it was in german


30b6e0 No.8759527

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>>8752032

be sure to marry a woman of color, goy! and stay away from that awful ring cycle, it caused the holocaust!


97d358 No.8759575

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>white people


97d358 No.8759599

>>8753055

>vivaldi

>albums

found the nigger


3f0049 No.8759618

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EXCUSE ME PLEBS BUT RACHMANINOV IS OFFICIALLY THE BEST

NO ONE ELSE NEED APPLY


8b29ba No.8759625

Wow im so cultured xddd


97d358 No.8759632

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>>8759618

Rach was the man


97d358 No.8759658

>>8759625

if you're not proud of white culture and it's achievements, including some of the greatest compositions known to man, you don't belong here.


3f0049 No.8759667

>>8759599

Yo handel about to drop that fire new mixtape 🃁


25f46a No.8759672

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By the only good jewish composer I know. Oy vey!


7d6780 No.8759880

>>8759625

Why do you feel you're cultured?


7d6780 No.8760078

>>8753100

Obviously you are assessing music by criteria other than musical.




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