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Old 21-05-2009, 09:01 PM   #41
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Old 21-05-2009, 09:05 PM   #42
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I would like to cast my vote to make this thread a sticky like the other music oriented threads.

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I agree I didn't think this Thread would be Popular,

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Old 21-05-2009, 09:18 PM   #43
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Old 21-05-2009, 09:22 PM   #44
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I'm a fan of Mussorgsky. His style was very energetic and powerful, though sadly under appreciated. One of his songs would be the perfect song start a Bilderberg meeting. Anyone who's seen Fantasia would make the connection.




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Old 21-05-2009, 09:27 PM   #45
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I agree I didn't think this Thread would be Popular,

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Old 21-05-2009, 09:39 PM   #46
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Ah yes, Fantasia.

Walt Disney's "Fantasia" contained a rather long section from Tchaikovsky's Nutcracker. This one has his team's presentation of "Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy", "Chinese Dance", and "Dance of the Mirlitons". Fantasia hit the silver screen in the year 1940, and has become a Classic of the Motion Picture Arts. Music by the Philadelphia Orchestra under Leopold Stokowsky.

Acccording to the announcer on the film, these are taken from the Nutcracker Suite, which was much of the music from the ballet. He said that Nutcracker Suite was Tchaikovsky's least liked work, yet it has become one of his most popular pieces. He also said that the ballet is no longer performed. I gusss he had never heard of the Bolshoi and the Kirov, at the time, or the Mariinsky today.


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This is a very moving piece
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Ah yes, Fantasia.

Walt Disney's "Fantasia" contained a rather long section from Tchaikovsky's Nutcracker. This one has his team's presentation of "Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy", "Chinese Dance", and "Dance of the Mirlitons". Fantasia hit the silver screen in the year 1940, and has become a Classic of the Motion Picture Arts. Music by the Philadelphia Orchestra under Leopold Stokowsky.

Acccording to the announcer on the film, these are taken from the Nutcracker Suite, which was much of the music from the ballet. He said that Nutcracker Suite was Tchaikovsky's least liked work, yet it has become one of his most popular pieces. He also said that the ballet is no longer performed. I gusss he had never heard of the Bolshoi and the Kirov, at the time, or the Mariinsky today.


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I like Tchaikovsky and the segments they used in fantasia. That's one of the few Disney movies I actually like (Along with Alice in wonder land).
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i have to say, Tchaikovsky is one of my favorite composers. i could listen to his music for hours on end.
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This is the best Piece ever written, Hi Ho Silver


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This is the best Piece ever written, Hi Ho Silver


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yes, its brilliant! i once played this with a full orchestra too
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yes, its brilliant! i once played this with a full orchestra too
Sounds Good what instrument
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Sounds Good what instrument
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I thought so do you still play
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Terry Chen, a fine, talented young man whom I have had the pleasure of chatting with; so refreshing a personality. He composed and performed the following piece himself.

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