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pomp and circumstance Op 39, Symphony No. 5 in C Minor Ride of the Valkyries
Thank you those were great ^-^ Can you think of anymore?
well i have a whole playlist of it on spotify
L'arlesienne Suite No. 1 string Quintent in E major the barber of seville overture serenade no. 13 in G major are you only looking for violin esque sounding songs?
I enjoy when violins are a main focus in pieces but they don't have to be, just a favorite of mine
oh ok i see i like violins too but they're better when played with the fiddle style
I like when they're played like that best ^-^ can't find many good songs fiddle style though
country music dude, i like old style bluegrass but you have to find the right songs
This is my favorite classical violin song. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cmK5KMNpMGc But if you’re looking for something more upbeat I recommend the Charlie Daniels band. But you have to find the right songs :3 most of them don't major in the violin
devil went down to gergia, tall tall trees, little bitty, any man of mine, blue ridge mountain blues has a mean solo in it, same with cripple creek, earls breakdown, salty dog blues, song of the south by alabama is all fiddle really, louisiana saturday night, cowgirls dont cry is all fiddle to, redneck fiddlin man, the souths gonna do it again, if your gonna play in texas you gotta have a fiddle in the band, here for the party, american ride, chicken fried these all have fiddle in 'em i only know this cause i'm a redneck lol
Meditation from Thais, Handel Hoverson's Passacalgia, and Minuet and Passa calle by Boccherini are a few of my favorite pieces :)
Lindsey Sterling is awesome to listen to at violins
Samuel Barber's Adagio for Strings might be just what you want. http://youtu.be/RRMz8fKkG2g Read about the piece here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adagio_for_Strings
Ciacconna, by Bach- lots of angst- filled chords!!