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"1848...what's this I hear about gold found in Californiyay?"
(set 24 days ago)
Location: London, UK
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Now, obviously Byrd predates the classical by quite some time, but I feel compelled to post this.
I'm not a religious person by any means, but there is an absolutely sublime feeling I get when listening to this. Simple and marvelous.
I feel the same. and posting 'early music' in a classical thread is fine by me. In fact 'Classical' reallt relates to CPE Bach through Haydn and Mozart to early eethoven, though Schubert up to the 5th comes close. and I'd class Bach, Handel and Vivaldi as 'early music' anyway. Which is why I hope to post some of Praetorius' 'Terpsichore' some time.
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