I hope you enjoy exorbitant amounts of classical music!

Viel glück zu dich, LLAP, and all of that.

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  1. W.A. Mozart’s String Quartet in C Major, K. 157: I. Allegro

    Performed by the Eder Quartet

    Happy birthday, Mozart!

  2. Note from the Blog Runner (it’s like Blade Runner but much less exciting):

    I apologize for not updating for the past few weeks!! Things got wild around finals time and I was enjoying my break between semesters so much that I forgot to…update. Oops!

    The new semester has just begun for me, which means I’m back to being quite busy, but I’m going to try to put some stuff in the queue each week so that there will be something new at least every few days.

    Thanks for sticking around, and I love you all!

  3. Beethoven’s Romance in F Major for Violin and Orchestra

    Performed by Josef Suk and the Prague Symphony Orchestra

    Personal note: wish me luck as I go into my first college jury performance around this time! I am, of course, playing this lovely piece.

  4. "Strings of Jazz" by Debra Hurd

    "Strings of Jazz" by Debra Hurd

  5. By Debra Hurd
  6. Beethoven’s Triple Concerto For Violin, Cello & Piano In C, Op. 56: II Largo

    Performed by David Oistrakh (violin), Mstislav Rostropovich (cello), and Sviatoslav Richter (piano)

  7. Dvorak’s Piano Quintet in A, Op. 81: III. Scherzo (Furiant) (Molto vivace)


    Performed by members of the Berlin Philharmonic Octet

  8. "Fly Me to the Moon" by Virgil C. Stephens

    "Fly Me to the Moon" by Virgil C. Stephens

  9. lacanzonetta:

    a thing I made for math class when I was 15

    A (somewhat) musically-relevant post from the personal blog…

  10. Landfill Harmonic film teaser

    Wow…this definitely puts things in perspective for those of us lucky enough to be living in places with thriving arts communities and economies.

  11. Jean Sibelius’ The Swan of Tuonela (from the Lemminkäinen Suite, op. 22, Four Legends of Kalelava)

    Performed by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and conducted by Sir Alexander Gibson

  12. Schubert’s…Finished Symphony?

    Hi all! I just listened to a recording of Schubert’s famous “Unfinished” symphony on my local classical radio station, but curiously enough, it had two additional movements added by Brain Newbould based on scholarly studies of Schubert’s music and some sketches that he left behind. Thus, the “Unfinished” symphony becomes…Finished! And I must say I quite liked the newer parts of it, though this isn’t the first time someone has attempted to complete the work.

    For many of you this may be old news, but if you’re a bit behind on the latest goings-on in classical music like me, here’s an article with some more detail on what I’m talking about: Composer Completes Schubert’s 200-year-old Musical Puzzle

  13. Paganini’s Moto Perpetuo in C Major, op. 11, no. 2

    Performed by Edgar Meyer (double bass) and Bela Fleck (banjo)

  14. I made a playlist on 8tracks specifically for fun and lively pieces of classical music! Check it out and tell me what you think~

    This is my apology for not posting for several months now…enjoy! :-)

    (Source: 8tracks.com)

  15. I’d like to take a quick minute to apologize for my absence these past few weeks! I hadn’t realized it had been so long since I last posted here with school starting and all of that.

    Studying music is keeping me just as busy as I thought it would; my time for quality tumblr posts is limited, and so I post primarily on my personal blog right now, which you can find HERE.

    However, as usual, I’ll always find the time to keep this blog up too :-) once I settle into my school schedule more, I’ll undoubtedly find more time to post here. Thanks for sticking with me!

    -Cleo

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