Mozart — Symphony No. 40 - Molto Allegro
Album: Mozart Symphonies 40 & 41 - Chamber Orchestra of Europe, Sir Georg Solti
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Released: 1983
Length: 8:18
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Stringalishus!
9 - O U T S T A N D I N G  to me   TY Mozart and RP
Was this piece used in a Bugs Bunny cartoon, am I just confusing it with Rossini's "Barber...", or am I straight trippin'?
Sehr fröhlich
Nice change of pace.
 Throttle13 wrote:
PSD got me here... don't even remember the lame whiny song I escaped! {#Yes}

 
mustabeen radiohead...
 I was just thinking that myself. LOL
Oh well I clicked on PSD and this came up. It is better!
On_The_Beach wrote:
Who is this Mozzurt guy anyway? Talk about overkill on the strings.
When the hell does the electric guitar kick in?

 


9 - O U T S T A N D I N G
  to me   TY Mozart and RP

9 - O U T S T A N D I N G
  to me   TY Mozart and RP

9 - O U T S T A N D I N G  to me   TY Mozart and RP
Only one word to describe this; OUTSTANDING!
Peferction ! After Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody...
You are really on a roll this morning!!!

#powerfulmusicstream
Who is this Mozzurt guy anyway? Talk about overkill on the strings.
When the hell does the electric guitar kick in?
Divine
 rocklandlove wrote:
Perennial peeve from a longtime RP fan: I SO wish you would post the ACTUAL name of the symphony, conductors, etc. Classical music is not wallpaper!

 
Agree. The conductor and musicians of this interpretation deserve recognition as well as the composer.
Just got back from a hike through the snow-covered sage brush steppe and this came on.  Stupendous.  
Love it. Keep  playin' the hits.  Mozart has never been off the album chart. 
Ssomehow, Bill seems to know just when to toss one of these our way.
Perennial peeve from a longtime RP fan: I SO wish you would post the ACTUAL name of the symphony, conductors, etc. Classical music is not wallpaper!
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This takes me back to 1971.There was a pirate radio ship, RNI or Radio North Sea International, moored off the Dutch coast (though it also moved to the English coast for a while), which played the Waldo de los Rios version of this extensively. Due to the airtime it got on RNI the track ended up topping the charts in Holland and reaching the top 10 in the UK. Listening on medium wave wasn't always easy - the UK government broadcast a jamming signal, a constant beeping, so you had to position your receiver to get the maximum RNI and the minimum jamming. Anyway, for me this track (and also Band of Gold by Freda Payne) will always bring back fond memories of RNI and all its DJ's.