Your favorite classical tunes...

Here are my favorites :

Jordi Savall and Montserat Figueras : " Le royaume oublié, la tragédie Cathare " ( the forgotten kingdom)

https://youtu.be/TuN_c4L0GWk

Mozart " Requiem"

J.S. Bach : as good as everthing. "Godberg variationen" and " Das wohltemperierte klavier " on clavicord not on the piano

Monteverdi's " Vespero della beata virgine "

Purcell " Dido and Aneas " with Andreas Scholl. I am also a great fan of Philippe Jarousky, a counter tenor too.
https://youtu.be/i4QM2uENkE8
 

Marina9

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maxtree said:
Here are my favorites :

Jordi Savall and Montserat Figueras : " Le royaume oublié, la tragédie Cathare " ( the forgotten kingdom)

https://youtu.be/TuN_c4L0GWk

Mozart " Requiem"

J.S. Bach : as good as everthing. "Godberg variationen" and " Das wohltemperierte klavier " on clavicord not on the piano

Monteverdi's " Vespero della beata virgine "

Purcell " Dido and Aneas " with Andreas Scholl. I am also a great fan of Philippe Jarousky, a counter tenor too.
https://youtu.be/i4QM2uENkE8
Mozart's Requiem is just amazing!! One of my favorites also from Monteverdi:


https://youtu.be/0mD16EVxNOM

:love:
 

Phill4

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I know is not classical, but does anyone like Yanni?? I like his music.



Cannon in D, i really like that one, learned it on piano.
 

Deckard

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And so far the best version of Ombra mai fu, I am intrigued... I always thought that this kind of alto can be only produced by castrato.
 

Deckard

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you learn something new every day, this video answers most of the questions i had after the previous post
 

loreta

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J.S.Bach "The Goldberg Variations"


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