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Arnold: A Grand, Grand Festival Overture Op.57
« on: July 17, 2014, 08:32:14 PM »
This fun bit comprises the tonal resources of an orchestra, pipe organ, 3 vacuum cleaners, a floor polisher and ... a rifle...  And people have this funny idea that Classical music is boring >:(
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Re: Arnold: A Grand, Grand Festival Overture Op.57
« Reply #1 on: July 17, 2014, 08:37:23 PM »
Okay, this was just played on the radio or the "web" via www.king.org, follow the links to "listen live"... Currently 20 minutes into "Bach's Lunch", the noon hour featuring wholly works of J.S. Bach, and not infrequently one will hear one of his organ or choral works in the mix...
The objective is to reach human immortality—that is, to create things which are necessary to mankind, necessary to the purpose of the existence of mankind, and which have become the fruit that drives the creation of a higher state of mankind than ever existed before."

 


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