No, I haven't. Thanks for the link I'll look into it. Here's another composer I like too; Prokofiev, dance of the knights@Tolkem
Have you ever listened to any of Peter Sculthorpe's compositions. the following is a bit about him
Peter Sculthorpe is a represented artist with the Australian Music Centre. Read a biography, discover works, products, events, influences and more.www.australianmusiccentre.com.au
I used to play Francisco Tárrega music on classic guitar but you need to have long nails on three fingers(and thumb) of right hand to pluck strings- it interfered with my karate ( try clenching a fist with long nails) Classic FM is my go to station of an evening
Or you could just get a set of finger-picks and a thumb-pick?!Not being rude, could you not wear gloves like footballers do?
And it's for a good cause too guys so gear up and particpate, besides, such a race must be really funAs part of its year-long Beethoven Unleashed season to celebrate the great composer’s 250th anniversary, the BBC has announced the latest collaboration between BBC Radio 3 and BBC Sport: Beat Beethoven. The public are invited to join the 5km challenge at Salford’s MediaCityUK in an attempt to ‘beat’ Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony.
The run will take kick off at 4pm on Friday 13 March, and runners of all ages and abilities are encouraged to take on the challenge and raise money for Sport Relief. The symphony will be performed live by the BBC Philharmonic under Ben Gernon, with the event broadcast live on BBC Radio 3. Highlights will be filmed for BBC Sport and BBC One later in the evening.
The performance is estimated to last between 30 and 35 minutes, which gives any newbie joggers something to aim for! The circuit will begin at MediaCityUK and travel past the canal and Imperial War Museum, before returning to the television studios.
Start training to beat Beethoven!Whether you're a budding jogger or a half marathon challenger, join us for a race like no other and help Sport Relief raise life-changing amounts of money to support people living incredibly tough lives in the UK and around the world.