Okay, it's Sunday night, the lights are low

Now, on Desert Island Discs'R'us...........

Which song or LP/CD would you have if you were lonely and alone?

Personally, I'm going for Stanford's 5th Symphony with the glorious organ finale. And wonderful Andante.

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darkmatter's picture

Glenn Gould, 1981 version.

Second choice:
Beethoven, Sym. 6 ("Pastoral"), Monteux, Vienna Phil.

Third choice:
Strauss, Four Last Songs, te Kanawa/Solti/Vienna.

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WindDancer13's picture

Failing that, the soundtrack from the Rocky Horror Picture Show.

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I have loved David Lanz's music since I first saw the video called Natural States. I used to work for a doctor who had satalite clinics in other states and he had a private jet to fly to his clinics and we would take off as the sun was rising and I would listen to his music from the soundtrack.
He also has an album called Christofori's Dream which I highly recommend.
Listen to this after watching this beautiful video and the music with your eyes closed.
There are more of his musical videos on this site.
Enjoy

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snoopydawg's picture

My second favorite.

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On this site, most of the songs from his album are on it.

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Shahryar's picture

speaking of the Goldberg Variations, I love Catrin Finch's work

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Bernstein's 1964 performance with the New York Philharmonic.

Couldn't find it on the toobs.

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Only connect. - E.M. Forster

The Tragically Hip 'Up to Here', Jackson Browne 'The Load Out' album live, any pre-Back in Black AC/DC, Stevie Wonder,all, -hell just go for the complete MoTown catalog.
I'll stop now.

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