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    OOH OOOH OOH !!! I just watched that one!




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    Any Mozart.
    Any Bach.
    Anything at all that is Baroque.
    Tosca (I can't help it).
    Vesti la guibba (Sorry, still can't help it).
    And Bach-Gounoud's Ave Maria is the best (more of the prayer than is Schubert).
    Chopin
    Liszt
    I can't think of any more right now. I'm watching weird people in the airport.






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    OOOOOOH Weird people?! Excellent! Ask them what their favorite classical piece is!!!

    Ok friends, I'm printing this off as we speak.....it's date night!! So, first, off to Rainbow Gardens (our favorite watering hole) to celebrate...and then TO THE LIBRARY to check out all these lovely selections!




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    I love this one! It is the Olympic Fanfare, have a listen...

    http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=qk09YD...eature=related

    It has a special meaning to me as my friend who got married in July walked down the aisle to it by a full brass band and it gives me goosebumps when I hear it now!

    We were outside the Church for the fanfare and the drum roll and then when the music started after about 22 seconds we started walking down the aisle, sure it was a little slower than the one on You Tube though!! (I was a bridesmaid in case you're wondering why I was walking down the aisle too lol)

    I will always remember the feeling listening to this music!

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    Oh wow, Minnie...that's fantastic!

    Ok, we went to our local library tonight during "date night" and this is what I was able to find:

    Il Cimento Dell'Armonia e Dell'Invenzione (Vivaldi Four Seasons)
    Pachelbel Canon and Other Baroque Masterpieces
    Rachmaninov: Piano Concerto #2
    Rachmaninov Rhapsody On A Theme Of Paganini
    George Winston December

    That's all I had time for this evening...I'll stop off at the "good" library tomorrow after work :D

    Thanks for all your suggestions! Keep 'em coming!




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