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Deviant - on 15 Feb 2013
I was listening to Classic FM this afternoon and they played ' Elizabethan Serenade' composed by Ronald Binge.

Now, apart from Binge being the most awful name, the music was beautiful; it had me drifting, dreaming, floating over snow covered mountains and picking and eating wild blueberries. Then somebody banged me on the head and said my phone had been ringing for 10 minutes !

Bollo*ks ! It's only just over 3 minutes long !





Simon Caldwell - on 16 Feb 2013
In reply to Deviant:

If you like Binge, then try Albert W Ketelbey (yes, really!)
Deviant - on 16 Feb 2013
In reply to Toreador:

I know 'In A Persian Market' but haven't explored his other work, which at your suggestion, I now will !
ena sharples - on 16 Feb 2013
In reply to Deviant: "In a monastary garden".
Deviant - on 16 Feb 2013
In reply to Deviant:

I've just been listening to André Rieu's version of 'Elizabethan Serenade' - I think it's rather good !

Simon Caldwell - on 16 Feb 2013
In reply to Deviant:
> I've just been listening to André Rieu

Commiserations
Steph-in-the-West on 16 Feb 2013
In reply to Deviant:
"Sailing By" is another lovely one of his.
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Deviant - on 17 Feb 2013
In reply to Toreador:
> (In reply to Deviant)
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> Commiserations

I don't know why so many classical-music lovers dislike André Rieu ! I play Grade 8 piano and have many musician friends who equally appreciate what André Rieu produces. He has a sound and style that millions enjoy; so what if it is restricted to 'the most popular end of classical-music !


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