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Today's listening

I have to listen to a lot of music before my oral exams, so, in part to keep track of what I have actually listened to, I'll try to list what I've been listening to each day--usually with a score of some sort in front of me.

Today: Verdi's Requiem, Beethoven's Missa Solemnis.

Yesterday: Machaut's Messe de Notre dame, Mozart's Mass in C Minor, Elliott Carter's Riconoscenza, Tod Machover's Hidden Sparks, Ralph Shapey's Fantasy for Violin and Piano.

Sometime in the last few weeks: Stravinsky's Mass, Rite of Spring, and Symphony of Psalms. Mozart symphonies no. 31 and 41, Beethoven's Eroica and Ode to Joy Symphonies, Mussorgsky/ Ravel's Pictures at an Exhibition, Tallis' Spem in Alium, and Gabrieli's In Ecclesiis.

A lot more to go, but I won't make promises I can't keep, so until later . . . .

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photogirl630
Jun. 18th, 2010 07:09 pm (UTC)
"Stravinsky's Mass, Rite of Spring" and "Ode to Joy Symphonies" Played both of them and I don't mean the simplified high school version either. Actually it's funny that you are posting about all this music. I have been playing the viola again. After 10 years I still got it. A little rusty but I can do it. I'm thinking of looking for some new music while going through my old stuff. Up next is "Molly On The Shore".
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