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Postby calebrw » 27 Jun 2005, 19:10

Top 5 Composers:
Beethoven
Mozart
Chopin
Bach
Myself lol honestly, I can't think of another one that I listen to with frequency...

Top 5 Beethoven Movements:
Sonata of Cello and Piano No. 3: Sherzo
Symphony Number 5: Mov't 1
Piano Sonata No. 14: Mov't 1
Symphony Number 5: Mov't 3
Piano Sonata No. 17: Mov't 1

Top 5 Instruments:
Trumpet (Bb of course)
Piano
Violin
Alto Sax
Alto Horn

Top 5 Tom Clancy Novels:
The Bear and the Dragon
Executive Orders
Clear and Present Danger
Red Rabbit
Teeth of the Tiger

And as a Grande Finale:
Top 5 Starwars Movies:
New Hope
Empire Strikes Back
Revenge of the Sith
Return of the Jedi
Attack of the Clones
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Postby Nocturneguy » 29 Jun 2005, 23:30

Composer:
1. Chopin
2.Bach
3..Beethoven
4.Rach
5.Mozart

Pianist:
1. Horo(da only one)
2.Cortot (da god)
3.Rubinstein
4.Rachmaninoff
5.Cziffra
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Postby Tessei » 29 Jun 2005, 23:36

composer
1. lugansky, nikolai
pianist
1. lugansky, nikolai
2. petchersky, alma 8)
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Postby Jeliness2 » 14 Nov 2005, 21:59

Top 5-

Chopin Mazurkas

1. Op. 17, no.4
2. Op. 7, no.4
3. Op. 6, no.2
4. Op. 24, no.1
5. Op. 6, no.1

Novels
1. Great Expectations, by Charles Dickens
2. A Prayer for Owen Meany, by John Irving
3. A Clockwork Orange, by Anthony Burgess
4. To Kill A Mockingbird, by Lee Harper
5. The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, by Mark Twain
6. Don Quixote, by Cervatez
7. David Copperfield, by Charles Dickens
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Postby citrine_peridot » 14 Nov 2005, 22:42

Composers
1. Chopin
2.Liszt
3. Beethoven
4.Schubert
5. don't know if I should put Prokofiev, his music takes forever to understand...

and there was one day I told the similar list (top 10) to a violin geek. he was like : "how can you do that to them...."

Pianistsno rank...
just don't like it when Russian pianist play romantic chopin, sounds to technical...but they are super cool with those bloody ones those...(despite the fact that a lots of them look scary.)

Insrutment
1. glossy black Patrof
2. flute " shiny...."
3. cello (actually those thing are pretty light...)
4.violin (my playing of it sounds like a dying cat)
5.triangle ’ding,ding, ding"

Coolest language
1.Russian ( except for how to write my name, have no clue on it what so ever)
2.Polish ( i like the cz sound...)
3.Chinese,admid it, it's just cool. the 10.000 common chatracters, sounding and chinese food...
4.Hugarian (dunno why, but feel like putting it here)
5.piano-geekian

people
1.mom
2. physics teacher
3.computer science teachers
4.french teacher
5.math teacher (who loves to use piano practicing as an analogy for math...)

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Postby tony » 15 Nov 2005, 19:04

citrine_peridot wrote:Composers
1. Chopin
2.Liszt
3. Beethoven
4.Schubert
5. don't know if I should put Prokofiev, his music takes forever to understand...

and there was one day I told the similar list (top 10) to a violin geek. he was like : "how can you do that to them...."

Pianistsno rank...
just don't like it when Russian pianist play romantic Chopin, sounds to technical...but they are super cool with those bloody ones those...(despite the fact that a lots of them look scary.)

Insrutment
1. glossy black Patrof
2. flute " shiny...."
3. cello (actually those thing are pretty light...)
4.violin (my playing of it sounds like a dying cat)
5.triangle ’ding,ding, ding"

Coolest language
1.Russian ( except for how to write my name, have no clue on it what so ever)
2.Polish ( i like the cz sound...)
3.Chinese,admid it, it's just cool. the 10.000 common chatracters, sounding and chinese food...
4.Hugarian (dunno why, but feel like putting it here)
5.piano-geekian

people
1.mom
2. physics teacher
3.computer science teachers
4.french teacher
5.math teacher (who loves to use piano practicing as an analogy for math...)
cool options! I love seeing polish second! lol :lol::wink:
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Postby trouillards » 17 Nov 2005, 11:14

Debussy Preludes:
1. La fille aux cheveux de lin
2. Les sons et les parfums tourne dans l'air du soir
3. Hommage à S. Pickwick Esq. P. P. M. P. C.
4. Canope
5. La terrasse des audiences du clair de lune

Composers:
1. Chopin
2. Debussy
3. Ravel
4. Liszt
5. Brahms?

Chamber:
1. Ravel trio in A minor (the passacaille is so beautiful)
2. Ravel string quartet
3. Debussy cello/piano sonata
4. Debussy string quartet

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Postby citrine_peridot » 18 Nov 2005, 22:35

tony wrote:cool options! I love seeing polish second! lol :lol::wink:



you know what, every time I see a boy laugh like that, I feel like smashing his face, no matter it's Polish, Russian or Hungarian... (but don't worry , I never had the gut to do so... :roll:)

trying to stay in topic

Best looking pianists who actually can play something
1. Progorelich
2. Grimaud (I actually like her rach2 a lot, personally)
3. Gould
4. Argerich
5. koji

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Postby Fryderyk » 19 Nov 2005, 13:18

R. Schumann seems to be very underestimated... :|

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Postby Timo » 25 Nov 2005, 15:56

Top composers:
Brahms
Chopin
Schumann
Prokofiev
Beethoven
Bach
Rachmaninoff

Top composers of concerti:
Beethoven
Schumann
Mozart
Tschaikovsky (sp?)
Grieg
Rachmaninoff
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Postby trouillards » 03 Dec 2005, 19:17

Favorite set of Etudes:

1. Chopin Etudes
2. Debussy Etudes
3. Godowsky Studies
4. Transcendental Etudes
5. Paganini Etudes

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Postby elvenpianist » 04 Dec 2005, 14:33

things to do when it's 28 degrees outside and the heater is on too low, bah...

1. stay in bed
2. drink hot chocolate (preferrably european, the real stuff)
3. read lotr
4. watch lotr
5. attempt praxing when your fingers are freezing off on the ice cold keyboard, brrrrrr

or just study, which I guess I'll do..
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Postby Brewtality » 05 Dec 2005, 00:59

If it were 28 degrees this is what I'd do:

1) Wear a single, shorts and thongs (translation for americans: wife beater, shorts and flip-flops 2) turn the air-con up.
3) go for a swim.
4)go for a walk out in the bush with my dog.
5) Drink something cold and frothy.

28 is pretty much par for the course in summer, though it can get up to 40 ish.
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Re: Top Five

Postby pianola » 15 Nov 2007, 22:19

composers:
1. Chopin
2. Mozart
3. Mendelssohn
4. Tchaikovsky
5. Liszt/Schubert/Schumann/Bach/Haydn/Beethoven

concertos:
1. violin concerto in e minor by Mendelssohn
2. piano concerto no 1 by Tchaikovsky
3. violin concerto in D by Tchakovsky
4. piano concerto no 20 + 21 by Mozart (listening to it right now)
5. clarinet concerto in A by Mozart (have never heard such beautiful sound from the clarinet)

Chopin genres:
1. etudes
2. piano concerto
3. polonaises
4. nocturnes
5. waltzes/mazurkas

symphonies:
1. new world symphony by Dvorak
2. jupiter symphony by Mozart
3. "symphonie de fantastic" by Berlioz
4. "bear" symphony by Haydn
5. everything.

instruments:
1. violin
2. piano
3. flute/clarinet
4. oboe
5. cello
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Re: Top Five

Postby Lya » 30 Sep 2008, 16:32

composers:
1. Chopin
2. Liszt
3. Schubert
4. Mendelssohn
5. Mozart

concertos:
1. Chopin - Piano concerto no.2
2. Chopin - Piano concerto no.1
3. Mozart - Piano concerto no.21
4. ?
5. c?

Chopin genres:
1. Pieces for piano & orchestra (Krakowiak, fantaisie on polish airs, concertos...)
2. Etudes
3. Nocturnes
4. Preludes
5. Polonaises

symphonies:
1. /
2. /
3. /
4. /
5. /

instruments:
1. Piano
2. Cello
3. Violin
4. Contrebasse (? The 4th in string family)
5. ?
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