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I am currently listening to 'An evening with Strauss' with is mixture of music composed by Johann and Richard Strauss, and performed by the 'London Symphony Orchestra'.
Currently listening to highlights from Le Nozze di Figaro by Mozart
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now listening to the 'Four Seasons by Vivaldi.
Night on a bald mountain
Hi Anthony, I do hope that you realise that the two Strauss's mentioned are not related, were probably a 100 years apart. Aside from these things, it's wonderful music by two excellent and very different composers.
Now listening to Mozart's Great Mass in C Minor.
baznval Wrote:Hi Anthony, I do hope that you realise that the two Strauss's mentioned are not related, were probably a 100 years apart. Aside from these things, it's wonderful music by two excellent and very different composers.

:innocent: Whopps... Maybe I should have read the tin. Thanks for pointing that out.
As we were talking about him, I am actually listening to him now. Andrea Bocelli.
The Phantom of the Opera.
Just the other day, on a bus I listened to Léo Delibes - Flower duet from Lakmé. I heard it through my earphones and I just got carried away. Overviewing the diversified sunlight over the altering landscape and listening to that tune in that bus was like god (or someone) had created a marvellous soundtrack to my entire day... life.
Realizing I was alone in that experience was... uh, made me a bit sad and yet... Happy!

There's something very special with those two voices: Mady Mesplé and Danielle Millet and an orchestration by Alain Lombard. I think it was recorded in 1971.

Anyway: It's like heaven through my earphones on a bus in February.
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