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    Default Re: Classical Music

    I posted this to the 'Watcha Listening To' thread and I feel I should share here as well. If you have never listened to any of the music of 'Andre Reiu' you might just enjoy his compositions. Most are live recordings and he is what I consider as a contemporary Classical Composer; beautiful things this man & his orchestra produce.

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    Quote Originally Posted by darwin View Post
    Handel's water music and Ride of the Valkyries by Richard Wagner (thanks bugs bunny)
    I missed darwin's reference to Handel's Water Music.

    I liked the piece well enough to use it as the name on our Bass Boat; essentially a soft top lobster boat (photo taken at anchor off Ragged Island in Casco Bay, ME). At 30 knots, it's a different kind of music on the water, but I like it



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    Johann Pachelbel Cannon in D Major and the The Four Seasons by Vivaldi are two of my favorites Dave

    [ame=http://youtu.be/8Af372EQLck]Johann Pachelbel Canon in D Major fantastic version, classical music - YouTube[/ame]
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