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#11 · Posted: 3 May 2005 23:28
I'm a musician as a hobby only, but my main instrument (bass guitar) isn't suited to classical really, neither is my second instrument... the banjo! I have played Elizabethan songs on the mandolin (in a couple of Shakespeare plays).

The classical music I love is mainly choral, Fuaré's Requiem (in fact I'm a bit of a fan of requiems... Mozart's and Verdi's etc..) but my favourite composer of all is Henry Purcell, with Dido's Lament and Oh Fair Cedaria as a couple of beautiful examples.

I am just starting to play a bit of classical music with a new instrument I am learning - the theremin.
#12 · Posted: 4 May 2005 06:52
Hey Charles - thats great to hear theres another "serious amateur" classical guitarist on the board

As far as Requiems - I recently heard Handel's which I liked very much.
Captain Chester
#13 · Posted: 8 Oct 2006 03:44
I do not play any instruments but I love listening to classical music, especially Vivaldi, Beethoven, and Gershwin. I also like listening to a classical guitarist by the name of Rick Foster (anybody heard of him?).

Captain Chester

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