do YOU know what this mysterious score is from?

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Scion7



git out yer bestest instrument and play along
and see if you can guess ...
When, a few months before his death, Rachmaninov lamented that he no longer had the "strength and fire" to compose, friends reminded him of the Symphonic Dances, so charged with fire and strength. "Yes," he admitted. "I don't know how that happened. That was probably my last flicker."

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
When I'm creating at the piano, I tend to feel happy; but - the eternal dilemma - how can we be happy amid the unhappiness of others? I'd do everything I could to give everyone a moment of happiness. That's what's at the heart of my music. — Nino Rota

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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
When, a few months before his death, Rachmaninov lamented that he no longer had the "strength and fire" to compose, friends reminded him of the Symphonic Dances, so charged with fire and strength. "Yes," he admitted. "I don't know how that happened. That was probably my last flicker."