Classical

April 9th 2003 / 1 minute to read

What is your favorite classical piece of music?

For me, it is Fur Elise by Beethoven… did I spell that wrong? Anyway, I don’t know why I like that piece in particular, but ever since I was young, that song… it really is beautiful.

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Kristin

This is impossible for me. As a violist I’ve played hundreds of songs throughout my life and I just find it impossible to pick one because there have been many that I’ve loved.

From a violist’s standpoint, though, “Symphonie Fantastique” is fun to play, especially around letter T. We get this crazy running part… :)

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mary

i have a couple that i like and i don’t know the names of them. i think they’re by beethoven. but, i do have an audio tape of beethoven and you gave me an idea between your last entry and this one. i think i might play my beethoven tape and meditate. maybe with some candles and inscense. thank you for asking the questons that made me think to do that.

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Kristen

Fur Elise is definitely my favorite also.  It always has been =)

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Barb

Like you guys I love classical music and all the favorites from Beethovan to Tchaikovsky but more than that I love classical Guitar; Agust?n Barrios, Andr?s Segovia, Manuel M. Ponce. Manuel DeFalla and more… good stuff folks!

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Jill

Vivaldi’s Four Seasons (Spring, if I must pick one)

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