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Graham Rossiter 16h
I've never cared for opera ('where a guy is stabbed in the throat and, instead of bleeding, he sings') but I may give The Magic Flute by a try. Some of Papageno's melodies are utterly charming for their melodic simplicity. Shame it has masonic roots though.
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Jully_Mao Sep 16
sooo lovely♡♡
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dakota Sep 17
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Irfan Sep 15
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Radio Classique Live 2h
: Concerto pour violon n°5: 1er mvt - V.Repin / Orch Chbre Vienne / Y.Menuhin .
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Wizhead 51m
Told in a series of flashbacks laced with humor, intrigue and personal insight, AMADEUS explores and Antonio Salieri– one consumed with jealousy and the other blissfully unaware of his extraordinary gifts.
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sara 18h
The music is not in the notes, but in the silence between
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DearbhailUíLughaidh 3h
Youngest son delighted to be starting lessons in school. I put ‘s Clarinet Concerto on Spotify for him. Him (to youngest sister, aged 5): G, when I can play that, you’ll have to come and hear me. Her: I’ll put in earplugs.
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Ginny BowbrickGarner Sep 15
Musings of an on call weekend: 30 years a doctor of which I have spent 17 at , 15 years as a consultant and still the same music when I phone switchboard and hold to talk to the registrar 🤣
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Relaxing Lullaby Sep 16
Lullaby and Mozart songs for babies Lullaby before going to bed. Helps babies and toddlers feel safe, relaxed, and calm, while music while napping can help reduce energy levels and stimulate the body to prepare for natural sleep.
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bringoutyourbook Sep 17
The look I received from Mozart this morning when I left home to fly to DC to work with a law firm client this evening.
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Pierre P. Cherrier Sep 17
For your listening pleasure sonatas for violin and piano
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GoodBuddyKIRK Sep 11
three screaming babies in wigs
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Phears Piano Studio Sep 13
A year after his first lesson, this prodigy could play the first movement of 's 8th piano concerto:
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D'Andrea Pelletier Sep 11
Do you follow me on ? Here is one of newest clips.
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writer.tams 🎶📖❤️☕️⭐️ 1h
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Griselda Heppel 4h
Poor How has he deserved his piano sonata in C major to stand for Happy Nazi Moments, and his Requiem for Evil Nazi Deeds? .
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BestSongIHeardToday 4h
Replying to @ThatEricAlper
that guy was a barrel of laughs.
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Kings Place Sep 17
Who is your modern-day ? 🎹🌟 Here's a suggestion from acclaimed pianist Ronald Brautigam. Watch the full interview and hear Brautigam perform live with on Sat 28 Sep:
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Syed Jaffer Sep 16
Great symphony of all times created in 1788 I listen to this since 1962 in cinema halls got for myself on the magnetic tape in 1978 Author famous by the name
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