do YOU know what this mysterious score is from?

Started by Scion7, December 15, 2020, 04:24:36 AM

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Scion7



git out yer bestest instrument and play along
and see if you can guess ...
(Bruckner's) is the career of a poor village boy ... The one and only really surprising thing about him was that after completing his career as an organist he suddenly began to compose music with a range of vision which in such a man would appear quite incongruous.

Florestan

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Quote from: Scion7 on December 15, 2020, 04:24:36 AM


git out yer bestest instrument and play along
and see if you can guess ...

That's Charles Robert of Anjou's Réminiscences de Posada, aka Basarab's Victory;D
"Art is no excuse for boring people." - Jules Renard

Madiel

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Scion7

Quote from: Florestan on December 15, 2020, 10:37:52 AM
That's Charles Robert of Anjou's Réminiscences de Posada, aka Basarab's Victory;D

Oh, the humor of the Vlach!!!
That would be a one-note tune!!!!    :P
(Bruckner's) is the career of a poor village boy ... The one and only really surprising thing about him was that after completing his career as an organist he suddenly began to compose music with a range of vision which in such a man would appear quite incongruous.