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I know there might not be a lot of classical music listeners here but I don't really visit many forums and I've Google searched it and received a couple good pieces. I was just wondering if anyone knew any fast, strong, passionate classical music like Beethoven's fifth or Wagner's Flight of the Valkyries. Please share any composers or pieces you may know of, thanks. =]
Well, this is in a different period, the Romantic period, but it's a beautiful song: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tvm2ZsRv3 C8
There's a bit of a soft bit in the middle, more relaxed.
Chopin's "Fantasie" Impromptu in C-sharp minor, Op. 66 No. 4
My absolute favorite piano song, in fact, I'm practicing it now. IT IS SO DARN HARD.
ambition and procrastination don't mix
mozart's adagio and fugue, c minor
"when i'm good, i'm good...but when i'm bad, i'm better."
I was doing my homework so I was happy to come to this many posts. I thought my topic died. I'll start listening to these all with my tea now. =] Thank you all.
Part of Verdi's Requiem Mass "Dies Irae" is a horribly terrifying piece. Also Beethoven's 5th Symphony and the third part of the 7th Symphony.
So far i've gotten up to O-fortuna and my favorite, which im listening to right now(skipped it by accident) has to be Esa-Pekka Salonen( Hunt on Fowl's Legs).