Beauty of Classical Music

Beauty of Classical Music is a English-speaking blog specialized in the field of classical music and opera. As such, Beauty of Classical Music is a qualified source of soClassiQ, like Norman Lebrecht - Slipped disc or Meeting in Music and many others. The oldest article indexed by soClassiQ is dated 2012-01-15. Since then, a total of 113 articles have been written and published by Beauty of Classical Music.

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Beauty of Classical Music

2018-06-29 16:32:00

Classical Music and Nature

Classical Music and Nature 

The magic of Classical Music permeates my days and nights. Yet there is an ongoing competition between this man-made music that I love and the sights and sounds of Nature itself. Can I listen to both at the same time? Perhaps, but it's not too practical. So I time share. Wood thrush in the background singing their surreal song lilting across the valley and sweetly to my ears, puts a pause on my pursuit of music, but when I relent, I'll let the radio and the birds compete at the same volume, and perceive whatever synchronicity, lacking or perceived, that might arise between the two. Classical Music and Nature share the beauty of a fresh morning. The sun is just rising. There is dew in the grass. Deer graze languidly on the edge of the woods. Birds sing their sonorous songs splendidly spreading cheer. Walking the dog lets […]

Beauty of Classical Music

2017-07-25 05:14:00

It's been my aspiration, to see the Beatles in person, yet I knew that could never happen. I was too young to see them in person before the band broke up. What's the next best thing, to experience a band so very near like the original Fab Four, in appearance, in sound, and in aspect, as to be the best I could possibly achieve given my seemingly impossible dream. The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra was able to fulfill this wish. On Friday, the organization presented and performed with Classical Mystery Tour, a group that performs as the Beatles. It's hard to believe that it's been 50 years since the album, 'Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band,' first debuted. They played the entire album, and as I took notes, I knew each song seconds after they started playing. I had plenty of 'savings' remembering the […]

Beauty of Classical Music

2017-07-25 03:14:00

Classical Mystery Tour was my chance to see the Beatles with the PSO 

It's been my aspiration, to see the Beatles in person, yet I knew that could never happen. I was too young to see them in person before the band broke up. What's the next best thing, to experience a band so very near like the original Fab Four, in appearance, in sound, and in aspect, as to be the best I could possibly achieve given my seemingly impossible dream. The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra was able to fulfill this wish. On Friday, the organization presented and performed with Classical Mystery Tour, a group that performs as the Beatles. It's hard to believe that it's been 50 years since the album, 'Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band,' first debuted. They played the entire album, and as I took notes, I knew each song seconds after they started playing. I had plenty of 'savings' remembering the lyrics as well, but […]

Classical Mystery Tour was my chance to see the Beatles with the PSO

Beauty of Classical Music

2017-04-09 01:55:00

It's Thursday and it's raining. Raining, never-ending raindrops pounding the pavement and my umbrella. Inside it's dull. So I go back to walk in the rain. At least the birds seem to appreciate with their songs, they are prepping for spring and summer mating season. Inside again I play Chopin's Raindrop Prelude, a version that plays over and over for over an hour. It distills and promulgates my mood, distinctly trickling piano keys pour down on my senses, my spirit is changing. I know I'm going to do research on Beethoven's uplifting Fifth Symphony or anything Wagner, I enjoy it all. Strauss, it's like a landscape far away, and Don Juan is a legendary character with a fitting score. Yet I'm still brooding. I've already read some of the current events of guest conductor Gustavo Dudamel. I was intrigued to find out that he was the inspiration for […]

Beauty of Classical Music

2017-04-08 23:55:00

The Magic of Gustavo Dudamel with the Pittsburgh Symphony

The Magic of Gustavo Dudamel with the Pittsburgh Symphony 

It's Thursday and it's raining. Raining, never-ending raindrops pounding the pavement and my umbrella. Inside it's dull. So I go back to walk in the rain. At least the birds seem to appreciate with their songs, they are prepping for spring and summer mating season. Inside again I play Chopin's Raindrop Prelude, a version that plays over and over for over an hour. It distills and promulgates my mood, distinctly trickling piano keys pour down on my senses, my spirit is changing. I know I'm going to do research on Beethoven's uplifting Fifth Symphony or anything Wagner, I enjoy it all. Strauss, it's like a landscape far away, and Don Juan is a legendary character with a fitting score. Yet I'm still brooding. I've already read some of the current events of guest conductor Gustavo Dudamel. I was intrigued to find out that he was the inspiration for the role […]

Beauty of Classical Music

2017-04-01 23:03:00

Sometimes it seems like musicians, or experts in any field, are riding on the spur of the moment. In reality it is us, the audience, who canter into the orchestra hall with high expectations and are riding toward an emotional crescendo when the concert begins. Many of us are not even musicians by training. We do not spend the countless hours relentlessly practicing and painstakingly mastering the music, the instrument and the art. Yet certainly we do appreciate their tenacious efforts, and it shows with the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra. For myself, the spur of the moment translates into my fullest undertaking to be at Heinz Hall and to experience the music, to staunchly record for posterity the encounter with words and pictures and perhaps deftly extrapolate the magic of the exhibition. Before the concert my friend Robert and I were discussing the Pittsburgh Symphony in the […]

Beauty of Classical Music

2017-04-01 21:03:00

Deftly Extrapolating the Magic of the Exhibition

Deftly Extrapolating the Magic of the Exhibition 

Sometimes it seems like musicians, or experts in any field, are riding on the spur of the moment. In reality it is us, the audience, who canter into the orchestra hall with high expectations and are riding toward an emotional crescendo when the concert begins. Many of us are not even musicians by training. We do not spend the countless hours relentlessly practicing and painstakingly mastering the music, the instrument and the art. Yet certainly we do appreciate their tenacious efforts, and it shows with the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra. For myself, the spur of the moment translates into my fullest undertaking to be at Heinz Hall and to experience the music, to staunchly record for posterity the encounter with words and pictures and perhaps deftly extrapolate the magic of the exhibition. Before the concert my friend Robert and I were discussing the Pittsburgh Symphony in the lobby. On the wall, […]

Beauty of Classical Music

2017-03-12 17:35:00

I begin with a poem written while intently listening to The Moldau from Ma Vlast by Smetana. I was surprised that my friend had not heard this composition before. He listens to Classical Music (perhaps not enough), and his father was born in Hungary, close to Czech Republic. Slowly dancing, sprightly dime, riddled humored tones unwind. If left for them to reason, pervasive rhyme, neither amble, losing shame, nor winning shine. Body full unwinding sentiment, your time is now, melodic perforation, exhibition, Bohemian brow. String punctuating tempo, Horns budding relentlessly, Harps fluctuate divine. Beauteous ambling, weaving surreptitious phrases, bastion sublime. Nothing subtle in his ambient clime. She enthusiastically reaches, crescendo rolling over. Harmonics drum laden metaphoric cacophony Climaxing mixed theme, tempestuously culminating, pausing as if seeing. Seeing a serendipitous view, a view that seems to extend beyond […]

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