June 29, 2012
So many composers... Beethoven: Nearlry everything. Mozart: Last six symphonies, most of the piano concertos after K 271, the six "Haydn" quartets, Mass in C minor & Requiem, Sinfonia Concerttante K 364. Mahler: All the symphonies except No. 8. Das Lied von der Erde, Kindertotenlieder. Brahms: First piano concerto, violin concerto, symphonies, "Double" concerto. Berg: Violin concerto. Shostakovich: Symphs 4, 5, 8, 10... and the two amazing cello concertos! Prokofiev: Symphs 5, 6, 7. Violin concerti, piano concerti, Symphony-Concerto and Concertino. Ives: Concorde sonata, Holidays symphony, violin sonatas. Debussy: La Mer, Preludes, most of the piano music, really. Dvorak: Symphony No. 7—so underrated. ...Many more. Other website: johngrabowskidesigns.com Looking to connect with people who love classical music and are interested in traveling to Europe to hear it in the cities where it was born. Walking the streets Mozart, Beethoven, Mahler and others walked!
I am a long-time (since about 12!) classical music fan, particularly in the Germanic classical and Romantic era.