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FlorestanĀ“s Romantic Salon

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ritter:
An excellent idea, Florestan.  :)

I myself am not very much of the romantic persuasion  :-[, but will be delighted to visit (if the uncoverted are welcome, of course  ;) ) whenever I have anything interesting to comment (or, more probably, to ask)...

Regards,

Scion7:


Nightly from my narrow chamber driven,
Come I to fulfil my destin'd part,
Him to seek to whom my troth was given,
And to draw the life-blood from his heart.
He hath served my will;
More I yet must kill,
For another prey I now depart.

Florestan:
Welcome, gentlemen! Glad you joined!


--- Quote from: Cato on May 05, 2016, 02:25:22 AM ---

An excellent examination of how the artists became wrapped up in the politics of that century.

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That looks very interesting. Could you please summarize it?


--- Quote from: North Star on May 05, 2016, 03:07:54 AM ---

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Ah yes, this one is a classic! (pun...  :D ), thanks for posting!

Speaking of Rossini, have you listened to his late piano music? There are some pieces there that nobody would be able to guess their author in a blind test.


--- Quote from: ritter on May 05, 2016, 05:04:26 AM ---An excellent idea, Florestan.  :)

I myself am not very much of the romantic persuasion  :-[, but will be delighted to visit (if the uncoverted are welcome, of course  ;) ) whenever I have anything interesting to comment (or, more probably, to ask)...

Regards,

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Thank you and visit often! You are more than welcome.


--- Quote from: Scion7 on May 05, 2016, 06:16:46 AM ---Nightly from my narrow chamber driven,
Come I to fulfil my destin'd part,
Him to seek to whom my troth was given,
And to draw the life-blood from his heart.
He hath served my will;
More I yet must kill,
For another prey I now depart.

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North Star:

--- Quote from: Florestan on May 05, 2016, 10:19:46 AM ---Speaking of Rossini, have you listened to his late piano music? There are some pieces there that nobody would be able to guess their author in a blind test.

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I have indeed, and found it very good indeed. It's been several years, though.

Dancing Divertimentian:
On which side of the Beethoven fence do we stand? >:D



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