CLASSICAL MASTERPIECES: Remastered

I am swamped this week, but I will answer Johnny’s call about classical masterpieces with an abbreviated post. I thought it would be fun to take a few musical masterpieces and look at how they have been used in conjunction with other art forms.  🙂

Tribute to Chopin

 

A Tribute to “Two”

“Nutrocker” Trans Siberian Orchestra

For other masterpiece selections, visit the following:

FOR MUSIC CLASSICS AND OTHER CLASSICS:
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Bear:  CLASSICAL    http://bearspawprint.wordpress.com/
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Johnny: CLASSICAL COMPOSITION    http://johnnyojanpera.wordpress.com/2013/12/17/music-theme-december-18-classical-composition/
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Eva:  Classical?  http://47whitebuffalo.wordpress.com/2013/12/18/classical-will-chopin-a-little-cello-the-pianist-from-warsaw-radio-and-maybe-a-train-ride-do-it-for-you-oh-yes-of-course-this-is-a-music-theme-for-december-18-2013/
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Willow:   home page    http://willowdot21.wordpress.com/
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D.S. Nelson: home    http://hatpaintladdersandwonkypooh.wordpress.com/
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9 comments on “CLASSICAL MASTERPIECES: Remastered

  1. Pingback: Music Themes Links: CLASSICAL « bearspawprint

  2. I’ve played Hungarian Rhapsody before. Unfortunately, Mickey was not there. The conductor was very serious with an otherwise playful tune.

    Love the lights. I wonder if the house was wired with sound activated lights, or if, like Eva said, it was a super geek that made it happen. I don’t suppose there is a wiki page about it.

    You two did very well. 🙂

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