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i still got 20 minutes from today sooo yaay i managed to upload the update today! :D i recommend listening to beethoven’s kreutzer 3rd movement now so you’ll get in the mood and be as happy and cheerful as the music and these two lovelies~ :3 look how happy they are playing together <3

1st chapter

2nd chapter - 1st part / 3rd part / 4th part

.please do not use without permission~

A Four Flats Masterpost (some great pieces in what I find to be the most expressive key signature):

(This was 100% inspired by @you-had-me-at-e-flat-major)

warning: there is gonna be a lot of chopin pieces because he’s my fave and this the key containing the highest amount of his pieces and I love everything he did so scerw you.

And yes, I have made Spotify playlists so you guys can listen to these great pieces, just click on the key. Also feel free to tell me some other good ones if there are any I missed.

This list was a long time coming, so enjoy. <3

A♭ Major

- Polonaise Fantasie by F. Chopin
- Impromptu No. 4 in A♭ Major by F. Schubert (it technically starts in A♭ minor though but oh well)
- Sonata Pathétique Mvt 2 by L. van Beethoven
- String Quartet No. 10 in A♭ Major by D. Shostakovich
- Maple Leaf Rag by Scott Joplin (yeah yeah cliche but it’s undeniably great)
- Polonaise Héroïque by F. Chopin
- Concerto for Two Pianos in A♭ major by F. Mendelssohn
- Waltz in A♭ Major Op. 39 No. 15 by J. Brahms
- Symphony No. 1 in A♭ Major by E. Elgar
- String Quartet No. 14 in A♭ Major Op. 105 by A. Dvořák
- Intermezzo in A♭ Major by F. Poulenc
- Étude Op. 25, No. 1 (Aeolian Harp) by F. Chopin
- Finlandia Op. 26 by J. Sibelius
- Sonata No. 31 in A♭ Major Op. 110 by L. van Beethoven
- Bruyères by C. Debussy
- Lillies by S. Rachmaninoff (so calming)
- Liebestraum No. 3 by F. Liszt (if I didn’t include this piece, I would feel like a bad person)

F minor

- Piano Sonata No. 23 (Appassionata) by L. van Beethoven
- Violin Concerto L'inverno by A. Vivaldi (the Winter Concerto of the Four Seasons)
- Symphony No. 1 in F minor by D. Shostakovich
- Piano Concerto No. 2 in F minor by F. Chopin (just……… all of it. so good.)
- Fantasia in F minor for Piano, Four Hands by F. Schubert
- Das Jahr: November by F. Hensel-Mendelssohn
- Piano Sonata No. 1 in F minor Op. 2 No. 1 by L. van Beethoven (despite my suffering in trying to play this, it really is a fantastic piece)
- Valse Romantique by C. Debussy
- Sonata No. 3 in F minor by R. Schumann
- Symphony No. 4 in F minor by P. I. Tchaikovsky (one of my favourite symphonies)
- Prelude And Fugue in F minor BWV 881 by J. S. Bach (currently working on this one and now am essentially forced to include it. The fugue is especially good.)
- Piano Quintet in F minor by J. Brahms
- Ballade No. 4 in F minor by F. Chopin (probably my favourite piano work of all time)


Beethoven’s Violin, Beethoven-Haus Bonn


Images and description via: Beethoven-Haus Bonn 
Second Half of the 18th Century - Body length (ceiling): 359 (right) and 360 mm (left); Deckenmensur: 198 (right) and 198.5 mm (left); Halsmensur: 133.5 ®, and 135 mm (left); Drawer 30-31,5 mm back of flamed maple; ceiling: fine grained spruce

Inscribed: “.. Nicolaus Amati Cremonen / Hieronym Fili Antoni ac / Nepos fecit in 1676.”; Repair including printed label “Nicolaus Savicki Leopolitanus / reparavit Vienna Anno 18 [handwriting.] 48 / NS”

On the floor below the neck Beethoven sheet signet bearing the initials “LvB” and a big one in the paint is tarnished “B”.

From Beethoven’s Violin possession. Originally Sekundgeige of the string quartet, which was given in 1800 by Prince Lichnowsky Beethoven. The violin was still 1827 in Beethoven’s estate.

Work “German school” a master of. By Michael Baumgartner is the classification as “South German” unlikely. The body has a greater affinity to the work of Johann Schorn (+ 07.27.1718, Salzburg). However, a reliable assignment is not possible.

The write-up in the Amati label is erroneous.

Cut into the floor plate and flush with red sealing wax filled the capital letter “E” as the owner of a previous brand (Furstenhof).

Provenance: Ludwig van Beethoven. November 1846 in the Journal of General Intelligence for Austrian Imperial privileged newspaper advertised for sale. Between buyer and owner unknown. Last Taussig family in Moultonboro, NH.  Images and description via: Beethoven-Haus Bonn 

خارج نطاق الشعر والقصيدة،
مره أخرى عازف الكمان المفضل لدي
Joshua Bell
في عزف أحد مقطوعات بيتهوڤن الكلاسيكية الجميلة حبيت أشاركها معكم ..
الحفلة موجودة كاملة على اليوتيوب ..
Joshua Bell - Beethoven Violin Concerto Op. 61

A Key a Day - F Major/D Minor

Day 2 of A Key a Day!

F Major

A.Vivaldi: Violin Concerto “Autumn” from The Four Seasons

L. V. Beethoven: Violin Sonata no. 5 “Spring”

D. Shostakovich: String Quartet no. 3

W. A. Mozart: “Exsultate, jubilate” for soprano and orchestra

D. Shostakovich: Piano Concerto no. 2

F. Schubert: Octet D. 803

Omg no way only six pieces I hate myself so much


D Minor

Okay get ready this will be long instead

W. A. Mozart: Overture to “Don Giovanni”

D. Shostakovich: Symphony no. 5

J. Sibelius: Violin Concerto

E. Lalo: Cello Concerto

C. Saint-Saëns: Cello Concerto no. 2

J. S. Bach: Double Violin Concerto

N. Paganini: Violin Concerto no. 4

J. Brahms: Violin Sonata no. 3

C. Saint-Saëns: Violin Sonata no. 1

W. A. Mozart: String Quartet no. 15

A. Vivaldi: Sonata a tre “La Folia”

W. A. Mozart: String Quartet no. 13

J. Sibelius: String Quartet “Voces Intimae”

F. Schubert: String Quartet no. 14 “Death and the Maiden”

D. Shostakovich: Cello Sonata op. 40

J. S. Bach: Partita no. 2 for Violin Solo

E. Ysaÿe: Violin Sonata no. 3 “Ballade”

W. A. Mozart: Requiem

A. Corelli: Violin Sonata “La Folia”

Tomorrow I will do Bb Major/G Minor even though I probably have like one piece in Bb. Greattttttttt

anonymous asked:

*i sip wine in a crystalline glass, reclining on a satin couch while a leopard with a diamond-studded collar lays at my feet* im in a loveless marriage with my violin and beethoven can fuck off


anonymous asked:

Favourite SP/FS/Ex (one of each) performance from the top 6 men (Hanyu, Chan, Fernandez, Uno, Chen, Jin)?

yuzuru: ballade no.1 at 2015 gpf, seimei at 2015 nhk, hana ni nare at 2012 nhk

patrick: elegie at 2013 TEB, a journey at 2017 worlds, elegie ex version (also moondance)

javier: chaplin medley at 2012 gpf, any performance of aerobics class. idk about the sp

shoma: loco at 2017 worlds, this town at 2017 WTT. sp is tied between the blessed spirits and beethoven violin sonata no.9

nathan: winter at 2014 jr nats, chopin piano concerto no.1 at 2015 jr worlds, stole the show at 2017 nats

boyang: spiderman at 2017 worlds, technologic at 2015 gpf. tbh i don’t like any of his free skates but la strada at 2017 worlds was decent.

tumblr decides which piece of classical music is the worst

I recently conducted a poll and the results are in! the pieces that were voted on were: canon in d, bolero, fur elise, ode to joy, eine kleine nachtmusik, minuet in g, and Vivaldi’s spring. I also gave an option for users to vote in an “other” category, and there were some interesting dishonorable nominations there, such as

agreed. stop doing this


ah yes, #420blazeit by john cage

stop memeing my poll results


there were also a few votes for pomp and circumstance and rite of spring

and someone voted for the 1812 overture so shame on them

alright. here are the full poll results:

what a surprise canon in d is the winner

ode to joy also had a very strong following. it was a valiant effort, but I guess even at beethoven’s worst he’s not as bad as pachelbel

alright thanks for voting guys. we had over 700 voters and it was really fun. and now we have statistics proving that canon in d is, in fact, the absolute worst piece of classical music

Songs from Shigatsu Wa Kimi No Uso

this anime really reawakened my classical-loving side so I went and gathered all the songs performed by the characters in kimiuso up till now ^^ i’ll update it whenever there’s a new song played & feel free to add on if you know more

(& if you dont watch kimiuso, watch it now)