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Anybody here likes classical?

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Problem with classical is that what is available on p2p is more than often shitty versions of the classics, ripped from some "classic for noob' wall-mart compilation cd. Most of them are not labelled properly. Also, 128 is just not suitable for that type of music.

Anybody has some good quality recording ? Maybe we could meet somewhere. I have quite a few, ripped from my cds, high quality, properly labelled.

Anyway... my favorites : Dvorak, Beethoven (of course) - all the symphonies -, Belà Bartok, Wagner.

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I happen to like Brahms myself... :)

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Love classical music. Great for relaxing...

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Hello all, I agree with all previous mentions of composers and then some. I've loved it for the past 50 yrs and hope to be able to share with others, lack of technical skills notwithstanding. Looking forward to having some good discussions. Bob

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Mozart....Paganinni....Beethoven.....Bach...........Liszt.......just to name a few..... :wacko:

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I have all kinds of classical music...and am capable of getting anything I want (music major access to music library...mmmmm....). I seriously have ALL kinds of classical music...I always get a professional recording of stuff I am performing (which after like six years of doing orchestral stuff is quite a bit) and plus that crazy musician word of mouth.

My faves: Shostakovich, Tchaikovsky, Dvorak, Hindemith, Copland, and BERSTEIN...oh man he is awesome.

Currently listening to one of the most beautiful pieces ever written:

Morten Lauridsen - O Magnum Mysterium

Give it a listen...I promise you will be moved.

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If you are serious about downloading classical music, you should get emule and check out the verified downloads on a few sites.

The following links to pages on fileheaven.org are well worth checking out: you may have to register first but its well worth it. They feature a crapload of excellent classical downloads, many in lossless and all high quality rips, usually with covers included.

http://fileheaven.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=2381

http://fileheaven.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=778&start=0

Another useful resource is newsgroups, in particular alt.binaries.sounds.lossless.classical - not all isp's carry this newsgroup though so you might not have decent access.

There are also some hubs on DC which specialise in classical music rips, if you have the patience and time to look for them.

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Problem with classical is that what is available on p2p is more than often shitty versions of the classics, ripped from some "classic for noob' wall-mart compilation cd. Most of them are not labelled properly. Also, 128 is just not suitable for that type of music.

Anybody has some good quality recording ? Maybe we could meet somewhere. I have quite a few, ripped from my cds, high quality, properly labelled.

Anyway... my favorites : Dvorak, Beethoven (of course) - all the symphonies -, Belà Bartok, Wagner.

Well, exploring a bit the back yard of that forum, I arrived here, and really don't know if after that time it is still in actuality, but anyway, if you get that post (or someone else!) you are welcome to PM me about any music CD or even musical parts you'd hope to have... I don't garanty I've got it all, but I may... I spent my whole life playing for the public, so, I'm used of giving music away for the plesure of myself and the others.

You for instance, mentionned Dvořák, I've got lot from him (symph, str quartets, overtures, Requiem, Opera... played by Czecks)... Bartók, I've got himself playing at many occasions (including home recordings)... but also most of his str Quartets, concerti (vln n°1 & n°2, pno...)... of course, many Barocks and classics, but only when played correctly (respecting what is written, and the correct way to do it according to the period!)... In fact, from middle-age till contemporary...

And appart of all that, lot of unknow masterpieces from unknown composers (Onslow, Litta, Woolett, Lekeu, Ysaÿe...)...

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They have torrents with great quality stuff nowadays! :stereo:

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They have torrents with great quality stuff nowadays! :stereo:

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