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100 Classical Albums You Must Hear

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Music critic Michael Kennedy of the UKs telegraph has put together a list of the 100 essential classical music albums you must listen to:



Concerto for two violins; Paris SO; Avid Records


Knoxville: Summer of 1915; Dumbarton Oaks Orch; Sony


Symphony No 3 (Eroica); BBCSO; Barbirolli Society

Symphonies Nos 5 and 7; Philharmonia Orch; EMI (Otto Klemperer's Beethoven cycles at the Festival Hall in the 1960s)

Beethoven Symphony No 9 (Choral); Bavarian Radio SO; Philips

Violin Concerto; Berlin PO; Dutton

Piano Concerto No 3; NBC Orch; Naxos Historic

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waoo amazing man you stunned me that english people also have interest in classicle music

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you mean "classical" , me thinks

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thanks to Michael Kennedy of the UKs telegraph for providing such an exceptional information about the classics that definitely would have otherwise needed a extensive search because it is not possible to have an encyclopedia of 100 exclusive classics in one shot. This research is pioneering for the lovers of classic music and this the point which is the fulfillment. THE SUMMER OF 1915 is indeed enough for the droplets of tears to trickle down the periphery of the eye. There definitely are emotions involved with a classic touch of merciful human tendencies. SUMMER OF 1915 indeed explains the essence of heaven and earth parted by rainbow.

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