Tunes Of The Heart: Valentine’s Ask for Line Now Open up!

Massenet: Méditation from Thaïs
“My wife, Leto, was a violinist back again in Virginia, and she relished listening to and enjoying this piece. She even played it as I walked our daughter up the aisle at her wedding ceremony. My wife passed this November, and I would like to dedicate this piece in her memory.” ~ John in Lakewood

Debussy: Suite Bergamasque: Clair de Lune
“I’ve beloved it due to the fact I was a baby and I certain my spouse-to-be to have it performed at our wedding. That night my husband introduced me with a lovely audio box that played, you guessed it, Clair de Lune. We celebrated 51 a long time collectively previous June and I continue to engage in the new music box frequently.” ~ Kathy in Boulder

Bach: Concerto for 2 Violins: II Largo
“The way the two violins intertwine and engage in alongside one another I think it is really a attractive partnership and extremely intimate.” ~ Marissa in Peekskill, NY

Pachelbel: Canon in D
“I initially listened to this piece in the ’70s and at first thought it was termed ‘Taco Bell Cannon.’ About the years, it has turn into new music which, when I listen to it, I stop everything and just pay attention. A few years ago, when my son, Ben, was setting up his marriage ceremony, he asked me to wander him down the route to their outside wedding ceremony web page. We were to go initially and then everybody else and then the bride and her father.  We did the rehearsal and then the future day, as we made our way by gravel and then on to the grass with all the visitors observing, Pachelbel’s Canon in D wafted via the air. Ben had no idea what the music intended to me. And now, it has taken on much more emotions of the heart.” ~ Darlene from Fort Collins

Gershwin: Porgy and Bess – “Summertime”
“For my daughter. Owning a baby let me tumble in appreciate in a way not ordinarily expressed in tune.  I made use of to sing this lullaby to her, this means each phrase of convenience.” ~ Jodie in Golden

Puccini: Gianni Schicchi – “O Mio Babbino Caro”
“My mother’s favored opera adore music and just about every time she read it she would generally cry. And just I lately missing her to most cancers, so this is a request for my mother. Adore you, Mother.” ~ Chris in Greeley

Smetana: The Moldau
“We had been in our early 20’s in 1971 when I had a short romance with a dental pupil. Not till he a single day turned off the rock n’ roll songs and played Smetana’s Moldau did I notice, ‘Here could be someone unique.’ We went our individual means, always holding in contact. Last Valentine’s Day he sent me this card, ‘So extremely delighted, all due to the fact you’re element of my very little planet.’” ~ Suzy in Lafayette

Brahms: Piano Quintet: II Andante
“Colleagues of mine from the Littleton Symphony performed it at the marriage when I married my lovely spouse Lisa. My oldest brother performed the piano section. It has a gentle truly feel and that trademark autumnal sense Brahms can express. We like the fall, and got married on a lovely Oct 1st, 2005, obtaining fallen in adore the prior tumble.” ~ Drew in Littleton

Rachmaninoff: Symphony #2: III Adagio
“It was definitely memorable on the 1st romantic night I had with the man or woman that’s now my spouse for 15 several years.” ~ William in Alexandria

Tchaikovsky: Romeo & Juliet Fantasy-Overture: Enjoy Theme
“I imagine it’s a combination of poignancy and magnificence and electric power that is matched by really few other pieces.” ~ Michael in Denver