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... Ahhh, a lot of getting up to change sides!
But I wish my half-century-old classical vinyl was still playable. Sadly, due to youth, ceramic cartridges and, probably, blunt styli, it is not.
I doubt that I'll build either a vinyl or a CD collection of W classical ever again, but, I have (with recent reawakening of enjoyment) bought some FLAC downloads from eclassical.com. High res available, too.
No need to understand it. Just enjoy.
Actually, that's my approach to music in general
If you do want to understand more, there is a wonderful series of lectures, which I learnt about here on HFV...
Prof Craig Wright,Yale University, Listening to Music.
...Brilliant, and thoroughly enjoyable.
one of my favourites too. was wondering how nobody had mentioned it yet until i saw your postI wonder why no body mentioned Vivaldi-The Four Seasons. One of my favorite. Please listen Royal Philharmonic Orchestra's Jonathan Carney. Royal Philharmonic Orchestra - Vivaldi: The Four Seasons; Pachelbel: Canon; Bach: Brandenburg Concerto No. 3
Vivaldi's Quattro Stagioni can indeed be a stepping stone to Western Classical for a novice, and then continue to be a favorite forever.one of my favourites too. was wondering how nobody had mentioned it yet until i saw your post
All Mahler leaves you spellbound.