Music To Accompany The Reading of Wordsworth and Coleridge

Posted: August 26, 2020 in Uncategorized

It might be well worth your while to follow the links below to some pretty weird and wonderful videos. Nothing wrong with learning a little something about classical music while you learn about literature and history.

HORRIBLE!

Alessandro Scarlatti
(1660 – 1725)
“Griselda”

Jean-Philippe Rameau
(1683 – 1764)
“Castor and Pollux”
“Dardanus”

Transitional


Christoph Willibald Gluck
(1714 – 1787)
“Orpheus and Euridice”

Brilliant!

Josef Hayden
(1732 – 1809)
“Symphony no. 45”
“Piano Sonata no. 59”
“String Quartets”

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
(1756 – 1791)
“The Marriage of Figaro”
“Violin Sonata K.301”

Ludwig van Beethoven
(1770 – 1827)
“Kreutzer Sonata”
“Piano Sonata no. 8 – Pathetique”
“To the Distant Beloved”
“String Quartet no. 12”
Symphony no. 6 – Pastoral

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