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    Quote Originally Posted by Crashbang View Post
    Breaking from the Traditional

    Here is one of My Favorite Things along those lines:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0I6xkVRWzCY

    That takes me back a few years. Good clip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corinne1 View Post
    OK... that's very cool! I've been playing the recorder for 30 years now - minus the 4 months post-surgery when my hand was too weak to hold the instrument.

    This is not a blend, but an equally amazing piece - Unsquare Dance by Dave Brubec written in 7/8. One of my all time favs.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zn2Ob5PepsU
    good thnx

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    Here is something different.
    The group is called 'World Order" it was founded by Genki Sudo (須藤 元気, Sudō Genki?, born March 8, 1978 in Koto, Tokyo, Japan is a retired Japanese mixed martial artist and a kickboxer who, up until December 31, 2006 competed in the Japanese based fight organization organization K-1 Hero's and before that UFC and Pancrase.

    http://wimp.com/slowdance/

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    Mozart Symphony 40 on wine bottles.

    Now this is just downright silly. Funny but silly.



    http://wimp.com/mozartsymphony/

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    Pretty cool, Geoffrey!
    This is my favourite pick-me-up song... You can never go wrong with BB King!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hGjoy...eature=related

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    Drummer plays along with classical piece.

    Any drummers out there. Get a load of this guy.

    http://wimp.com/classicalpiece/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corinne1 View Post
    Pretty cool, Geoffrey!
    This is my favourite pick-me-up song... You can never go wrong with BB King!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hGjoy...eature=related
    I haven't listened to BB King for sometime, so thanks. I spent a little time listening to a couple of cd's.

    Geoffrey

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    Two cellos solo: Smooth Criminal.

    If you happen to like cellos and a fast pace duel this is an interesting piece of music.

    http://wimp.com/twocellos/

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    I just listened to the Beethoven's 5 linked in the original post.
    That's a great performance, thanks for the link, Geoffrey!
    It's the Norwegian Radio Orchestra - very good group.

    And here's a link to an unusual horn quartet, Genghis Barbie.
    http://genghisbarbie.com/videos
    Four very gifted young women

    - Richard
    Last edited by rfbdorf; 01-23-2011 at 05:16 PM.

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