what are the most bombastic classical pieces?
- robertoLv 62 weeks ago
les preludes, it reaches for greatness and goes a loud splat
beethoven 9 it gets to the mountain top
berlioz requiem.spiritual overload
le sacre du printemps,diesel train horns approacheth to runya down firebird too
- 2 weeks ago
Rachmaninoff's Moment Musicaux no.4 is an explosion of anger and ultra fast note cascades for the left hand, powerful passages written as FFF (very very loud) and an aggressive theme.
- D50Lv 64 weeks ago
Since "bombast" and "bombastic" refer to overblown speech or writing, no classical music piece can be bombastic. Perhaps you mean which pieces are the noisiest. There's plenty of candidates for that.
- pianomanLv 74 weeks ago
I don't think of classical music as being bombastic.
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- MordentLv 71 month ago
4'33. Absolutely nothing can come close to the ballsiness it took to write that.
- MikeLv 71 month ago
Les Préludes by Liszt.
- MamiankaLv 71 month ago
Mussorgsky - "Great Gate at Kiev" from Pictures at an Exhibition. Originally for piano, it was orchestrated. there are countless other works that would compete for the same spot - big Richard Strauss works, lots of Russian things, and of course the whole steaming pile of movie scores, written in the same style.
- InquizetifLv 71 month ago
- DuckLv 71 month ago
Rite of Spring is the one that springs to mind. It's epic.