I certainly did. xx. "A Lover's Concerto" was used in the 1995 film Mr. Holland's Opus, in which the title character, attributing the Petzold minuet to Bach as was typical for the time in which that portion of the film was set, compares the two works in order to help his students gain an appreciation of Western classical music. Have a great week, Kay!  It was kept out of the number 1 spot by both "Yesterday" by The Beatles and "Get Off of My Cloud" by The Rolling Stones. ( Log Out / A major difference between the original composition and the pop song is the tempo; “Minuet in G” is in 3/4 time, a standard dance-tempo of the day, while “Lover’s Concerto” is in 4/4 time, with emphasis on the backbeat, which was also a standard tempo for most pop songs in the 1960s. Everyone is familiar with Johann Sebastian Bach, I assume. In October, we have the swamp sunflowers. Well, everyone thought it was by Bach until the 1970s; turns out it was attributed to a organist from Dresden named Christian Petzold, who was either a good friend or student of Bach. Thank you. The woman did a marvelous job of covering the Toys version. Thanks, Debra! Of course you would know Bach, but then, I think that everyone should! I think this is your first visit to my blog, and I thank you for that very much indeed! )You are correct, it is really almost the end of the season when we see butterflies, but even with missing wings and faded colors, they are still beautiful! Although often attributed to Bach himself, the "Minuet in G major" is now believed to have been written by Christian Petzold. I found a video from a singer in England that does a really good cover of this song. I love his music, always have, always will! The flutterby is beautiful - amazing colours they become - nature is incredible ... cheers Hilary. Bach's Notebook for Anna Magdalena Bach. In subsequent years, "A Lover's Concerto" has been recorded by numerous other notable artists, including Cilla Black, Kelly Chen, the Delfonics, Doris, the Fleetwoods, Audrey Hall, Doyle Lawson (instrumental country cover in mandolin, 1977), the Lennon Sisters, Mrs. Miller, the Peanuts, the Pearls, Perrey and Kingsley (electronic music instrumental cover in 1967), the Supremes, Carla Thomas, Tight Fit, Leslie Uggams, and Sarah Vaughan (1966). , Linzer and Randell used the melody of the familiar "Minuet in G major" (BWV Anh. ( Log Out / Raggedy Butterfly...wish I had thought of that as my blog name! 114) from J.S. I think when pop artists incorporate tune fragments from classical pieces into their singles, it can either be an interesting and clever combination, or just lazy songwriting.
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