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“Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.” L. Da Vinci
“Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.” L. Da Vinci

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This recording is particularly pleasing, elegant and full of musical love. 

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When you learn that the brother of the "retired" pope Benedict is an evil monster. What a shame!

Hundreds of boys abused at storied Catholic choir in Germany, new report says
http://wapo.st/2uvLWWq

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From long time ago :) #nice
The music etched into the blades of these extremely rare "notation knives" from the Renaissance was recently recorded by a choir from the Royal College of Music. Listen on Colossal:

http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2017/07/notation-knives-listen-to-cutting-edge-music-from-the-renaissance/

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All you need to know about crypto currencies, my advice would be not to use any of them. 

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This recording is for amateurs of contemporary music, ears & brains relatively familiar with complexes​ melodies and rhythmic patterns. For those people these are definitely two remarkable symphonies. 

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Anoushka Shankar is even better than her father, the legendary great master of Indian music. 

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COSMIC indeed, Connesson is a relatively young French composer that deserves your attention. Spectacular and imaginative, his music is well structured. Highly recommended. 

World première recording of sophisticated and elegant contemporary symphonic music. Very enjoyable!

Orages / Espaces-Fragmentations / Poème Nocturne / Le Chant d'amour

https://g.co/kgs/Kg6GZM 

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Today almost by chance I discovered a stunning recording. A extraordinary piece of music: "le petit elfe Ferme-l’œil" by Florent Schmitt, a masterpiece from a french composer I never heard of before?!? WHY such a great composer is almost unknown? While being such a creative and inspired composer?

Well he was a pro-nasi from the 30's. Clearly not his best move! His music was a source of inspiration to Stravinsky. He died in 1958. It is time to turn the page and to discover his works.

http://www.timpani-records.com/schmitt.php

Florent Schmitt La Tragedie de Salome : http://youtu.be/uUd2s1V-QV0

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I strongly recommend this recording, a masterpiece. The kind of music that keeps your mind deep in wonderful land for the all duration of the pieces. In addition the sound is truly remarquable. A must listen.

#poulenc
#recording
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