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    Neil Young - Rockin' In The Free World
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    Happy 4th of July!
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    Lady On The Rock ~ Joe Vitale
    aka The Statue of Liberty
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    Rocket Assist Take Off @ 0:22 . . .

    Independence Day in the Land of the Free!!!

    However, Freedom is never free . . .


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    I am glad to see you posting classical music. Nice. Keep it up, please.
    I don't need to encourage my rock music buddies here, because they keep me in interesting stuff all the time.
    All rock and even today's wincy pop music got its root chords from Beethoven's 5th.

    Most don't understand that or care. Growing up on head-banking hard rock, i didn't either.
    Beethoven got his schooling from Bach's mathematical exploration of music via his choirmaster's chores as organist.
    Beethoven found much to be inspired by and tutorial lessons in Mozart.

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    Quote Originally Posted by calikid View Post
    Thanks for sharing those stringed renditions Blackened, and Welcome to the forum.
    Agreed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Garuda View Post
    The beginning always reminds me of this one: Nyman, the Memorial, from The Cook, the Thief, his Wife, and her Lover

    Yes, Garuda, and i did not know of this work ... so thanks for bringing it to my attention.

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    I am glad to see you posting classical music. Nice. Keep it up, please.
    I don't need to encourage my rock music buddies here, because they keep me in interesting stuff all the time.
    All rock and even today's wincy pop music got its root chords from Beethoven's 5th.
    Most don't understand that or care. Growing up on head-banging hard rock, i didn't either.
    Beethoven got his schooling from Bach's mathematical exploration of music via his choirmaster's chores as organist.
    Beethoven found much to be inspired by and tutorial lessons in Mozart.

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    R.I.P. Ennio Morricone.

    From the soundtrack of the Mission, Gabriel's Oboe.



    Later on, Chiara Ferrał added lyrics to it, and in that version it is known as Nella Fantasia




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    R.I.P. Charlie Daniels - 83.

    I was never much of a County & Western fan, but this band had raw musical talent coupled with some hilarious ballad lyrics, in a number of songs.
    Makes me smile every time I hear their work. The Devil may have come down to Georgia, but I'm sure there is a spot up above tonight for that good ole boy, Charlie Daniels.

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    The Charlie Daniels Band - The Devil Went Down to Georgia.

    Violin? No man, it's a fiddle.
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    Charlie Daniels - Uneasy Rider.
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    Fantasia, fairies & dancing mushrooms
    from Disney's Fantasia
    aka Tchaikovsky - Nutcracker: Dance of the SugerPlum Fairy
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    Not exactly the Royal Ballet, but the music is uplifting.
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    Oh Yeah . . .

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