What are you listening to? (music)

Terry S.

Quaestor
Staff member
Indeed, I haven't seen either of them in its entirety, only snippets.
 

Ybytyruna

Member
Sounds like a heavier, more metal version of Bauhaus. Pretty gnarly.
You're absolutely right. I was just thinking: sadly Type O Negative never did a Bauhaus cover. It would have been amazing.
 

Tironis

Civis Illustris
 

Adrian

Civis Illustris

Tironis

Civis Illustris
No apology for another version of the Chopin Prelude Opus 45 - but mainly for a rare photo showing Sviatoslav Richter, his teacher Heinrich Neuhaus and Boris Pasternak.
 

EstQuodFulmineIungo

Active Member
I like Richter's interpretation of Handel's last movement of the V suite, originally for Harpishcord. It is quite popular and it earned a name for itself: "The harmonious blacksmith" because it sounds like a Blacksmit at work. In fact the right hand regularly reproduces the note "Si" (a.k.a "B" in northern Europe) during the first variation.
It begins at 08:52, I think I have already set it correctly. About four minutes of mellow music.

 

Adrian

Civis Illustris
 
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