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  • much better than the washing powder
  • precious bb
  • So perfect...
  • much better than the washing powder
  • verz good
  • O' Im sick of Life.......................
  • Z 292 is where it's at.
  • @ yohanpalych -- brilliant. Thank you very much for the link.
  • Z 666 is good
  • Purcell rulez! Forever young. | Dido's Lament -- The power of Purcell's aria, 'When I am laid in earth' explained. ( -- over year left to listen)
  • Genius!
  • v Nice
  • The Music Hall of Fame are delighted to induct Henry Purcell into the Class of 1955. Congratulations. Please vist our page too see the latest inductees into the Music Hall of Fame
  • Ingenioso
  • Spittin' image of one of my drinking buddies back in college. He too was always reciting odes to some dame or other.
  • have anybody heard Jeff Buckley version of Dido`s Lament? i strongly advice..)
  • Гендель за 50 лет до Генделя)
  • I'm on a Purcell kick - he appears in the form of an angel~!
  • Dido and Aeneas with Janet Baker in the lead is PERFECT.
  • i dislike that the current picture is out of proportion, least seems it, it's ridiculous in a way, he's taller and thinner than what seems normal - was purcell podgy, and this funny picture an attempt to make him lean?
  • I'm in love.
  • Dido and Inease sounds great.I've heard only a few excerpts on radio.
  • I like his shoes. OH YES I WENT THERE. Barry 1, haterz 0!
  • His "Dido and Aeneas" is one of the most beautiful works I've ever heard in my life...
  • Henry Purcell - Sweeter Than Roses live recording of upcoming counter tenor with a sweet and pure and whole voice.
  • my waifu
  • Going though his sonatas as I write this, the man truly had a cold genius that brings warmth in his mind.
  • oh, yawn. hey guys let's make more of a fuss.
  • Like it or not, the word "classical" has come to mean everything from Vivaldi to Mozart to Tchaikovsky and everything in between. Words change, their meanings evolve, and although you can whine about it all you want, it won't change anything.
  • The Queen's Funeral March!
  • Damn I'm choked by my "smug arrogance" cof! cof!, I Cannot breath....
  • tour....f*ck :D
  • What happened to the last note? It faded out!
  • lool
  • They're not idiots. The word has two different meanings. In one sense, "classical" music is erudite European music composed roughly between 1750-1815. In another sense, all erudite European music - or anything within that tradition - is "classical" music. In the first sense, Purcell is not "classical", but baroque. In the second sense, he most certainly is "classical." Now take your smug arrogance and choke on it.
  • "On Tour", lol. [3]
  • On Tour!! uahaha
  • "On Tour", lol.
  • Это кто это в статье выпендрился харпсихордом? Все говорят "клавесин".
  • I need suggestions =O I only know of cold genius
  • I need suggestions =O
  • mannn, i WISH purcell were on tour. hot.
  • Without Purcell, the early to mid baroque would be an arid place =)
  • G.E.N.I.U.S.
  • Purcell's King Arthur and Dido & Aeneas are beautiful works. Our choir performed them this spring, and it was a wonderful experience to get to sing them to the audience.
  • Its tuesday, it's raining and I'm rehearsing for my finale exam. Now i need too breath so i put Dido & Aeneas.
  • I never even realized that English opera existed until now. I love it.
  • dido & aeneas is just perfect. i'm rehearsing it and loving it.


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