A little “Wedding March” from Mendelssohn’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream today! Marches Madness continues. woohoo!
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Check out Copland, Britten, and Pears groping a car. Happy Thursday!
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For our mid-week Marches Madness installment, we have Leon Jessel’s Parade of the Wooden Soldiers, complete with Rockettes!
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Excited for Mardi Gras? So are we! Here is some awesome music to help get the party started.
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Gunkas were military marches written to inspire loyalty to Japan. And they are really fun to listen to!
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Happy birthday, Bedrich Smetana! Who?? Ah, but you’ve heard this piece.
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And with that, February is over. Which means it is time for … MARCHES MADNESS!! We kick things off with John Philip Sousa’s Liberty Bell March.
Performed here by The President’s Own, you’ll recognize this as the Monty Python Flying Circus opening theme.
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Happy birthday to leap-day baby Gioachino Rossini! So, OF COURSE we need to listen to his William Tell Overture now. Great piece.
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Mr. Krabs plays the world’s tiniest violin!
(Source: gugogif, via bsharpcflat)
Get ready for this … the 10 Strangest Musical Instruments.
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