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  1. #21
    DIablo i do like a bit of clarinet.
    Beautifully played.

    I wonder if today's pop music will be considered classical in 500 years time?

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    No love, most of it will just be deemed ""

    Honestly, I'm wondering who "our Mozart" is.. You just don't seem to hear of awesome new music much anymore,most of the music scene today is just based on or ripped from older stuff anyway..
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    The piece - "Gabriel's Oboe" - was composted by Ennio Morricone, who did the scores for the spaghetti westerns. I think some of these are classical music in their own right.

    I believe the Golden Age of pop music was the 1960s, but maybe I'm biassed because I was around in that decade! These are still being listened to, played and performed after 50 years, which is a tenth of the way to go. I agree though that a lot of the pop stuff churned out today is more awful than awesome.

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    Concierto de Aranjuez - John Williams


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    George Michael is a modern mozart. He wrote: Wake me up before you go go and the master piece club tropicana. he is a Genius.
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    No love, most of it will just be deemed ""

    Honestly, I'm wondering who "our Mozart" is.. You just don't seem to hear of awesome new music much anymore,most of the music scene today is just based on or ripped from older stuff anyway..

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    Carmina Burana~O Fortuna- Carl Orff ~ André Rieu


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    Humming Chorus From Puccini's Madame Butterfly



    Very relaxing...

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    Oh I love that piece Diablo xx

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    I think it's magical - but maybe that's just me.

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    It is. I love it too.
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