Archive for the 'White music' Category

24 February, 2015

Posted by Socrates in music, Socrates, White music at 4:32 pm | Permanent Link

Tchaikovsky: the Nutcracker Suite. It runs for about 21 minutes; it is part of, but not to be confused with, the longer-running Nutcracker ballet music, which runs for roughly 1 hour and 15 minutes. The Nutcracker Suite is one of the best pieces of classical music ever written; if Top 40 radio had existed in […]

3 August, 2014

Posted by Socrates in music, Socrates, White music at 10:08 pm | Permanent Link

Richard Thompson’s song “Dimming of the Day,” sung by Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio. [Video].

22 January, 2013

Posted by Socrates in movies, music, Socrates, Western civilization, Western culture, White music at 12:50 am | Permanent Link

Theme from the 1971 movie “Jane Eyre,” composed by John Williams, who also composed the music for the sci-fi movie “Star Wars.” [Here].

26 August, 2009

Posted by Archives in Gott, music, Western culture, White music at 1:49 pm | Permanent Link

by Gott. (This originally appeared at VNN Forum). The greatest music – in fact, the greatest expression of Western civilization – is the lyric stage. All (or virtually all) great composers thought so and felt that they could not possibly be considered great unless they had mastered the noble and sublime form of opera. And, […]

1 March, 2009

Posted by Socrates in Scotland, Socrates, White music, White thought at 6:33 pm | Permanent Link

Jim Malcolm was on a PBS show called “Highland Heartbeat.” Good singer. If you’re tired of the usual no talent/negro music, you might want to learn more about Malcolm. Here is his website: [Website].