Toccata (1:52)

Cover of Monteverdi: Orfeo (L')

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  • bosondehiggs2

    I totally agree with what was said below!

    15 Oct 6:08am Reply
  • dhrathbun

    Well, get the real thing, the Marian Vespers with original instruments. 1610, one of the greatest pieces in western music.

    20 May 4:22pm Reply
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  • abunono

    I engen er der en ko - Hallelujah. Power på røvhul og - Hallelujah.

    30 Sep 2012 Reply
  • markneddeau

    It would be fascinating to go back and see the inspiration and thought process behind this and other busy pieces. Interesting ups and downs.

    17 Aug 2012 Reply
  • NettieStrauch

    Easter music!

    5 Apr 2012 Reply
  • Razielhim

    this reminds me of spring, for some reason

    26 Mar 2012 Reply
  • Protenor

    Today I read in a book about musical theory that this - along with the prelude to Wagner's 'Rheingold' - is one of the two famous opera preludes that actually don't count with a single change of harmony; rather the tonic triad is expanded over the course of the whole piece. Curious I didn't even notice before.

    12 Jan 2009 Reply

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