Most foreboding music
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April 21 2010, 08:56 AM
Re: Most foreboding music
Which one? The original piano piece or Ravel's orchestral adaptation?
Speaking of French composers, of late I've felt the very opening of Faure's Requiem is particularly grim and foreboding in a way only Faure could make it.
Oh, and I'm disappointed that no-one's mentioned this number yet:
"In Germany, fear comes before sex... and if you're lucky, then a little bit later, an elf."
-- Victoria Coren Mitchell
"Everybody has a secret world inside of them..."
-- Neil Gaiman
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