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    Classical karaoke...

    Hello all,
    I like these "Classical karaoke" video's on youtube like this one:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zj85AyuSMB4

    Does anyone know video's with fi. a string quartet and score?
    Rolf

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    Karaoke? Hmm. Interesting choice of terminology.

    Sorry Rolf; I don't.

    Hey, does anyone remember those old 'Music Minus One' vinyls? They provided accompaniment for playing famous works, so one could be the soloist. I had one.. wonder what happened to it? *scratches head*
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    I remember those old LP's ... the ones I saw were the donut hole 45 rpm records. After that, some 8-track tapes showed up with the same format. My goodness, those were the days, huh?

    Not to sure about Klassical Karaoke ... although I have done some "play alongs" in my younger days when practicing the organ at home.
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    Vice Admiral Virtuoso rojo's Avatar
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    ^^ I just checked the Music Minus One website; they now issue on CD.

    I wonder, there surely must be karaoke for arias and so on... is that classical karaoke?
    ''Music, I feel, should be emotional first and intellectual second.'' - Maurice Ravel
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    Well Rojo, yes they do. Here is the link.

    http://www.abilogic.com/info/48357/o...paniments.html

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    Hello all,
    Best
    accompaniments minus one, and music for saxophone, clarinet, trumpet, trombone.
    http://www.brassminus.com


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    What a great idea. I have never heard of this before
    teddy

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