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  1. Mar 16,  · 1 - Wagner, The ride of the Valkyries [catapocardwabmaililanddemosuppjus.coinfo] Addeddate Identifier WagnerTheRideOfTheValkyries. plus-circle Add Review. comment. Reviews There are no reviews yet. Be the first one to write a review. 39, Views. .
  2. "Ride of the Valkyries" is a song by Richard Wagner from his opera Die Walküre. Although it was originally written with lyrics, the song has been used as an instrumental in popular culture, and is often associated with Brünnhilde, and her stereotypical opera costume. Musical references Sweetums sings the lyrics, while holding standard Wagnerian weaponry, to a reluctant John Cleese in The.
  3. Richard Wagner’s instrumental Masterpiece, Ride of the Valkyries, is a very well known bit of music that is used far and wide and has been heard in movies and TV for decades now.
  4. Mar 06,  · The Ride of the Valkyries (German: Walkürenritt or Ritt der Walküren) is the popular term for the beginning of Act III of Die Walküre, the second of the four operas by Richard Wagner that comprise Der Ring des Nibelungen. The main theme of the ride, the leitmotif labelled Walkürenritt was first written down by the composer on 23 July
  5. Check out The Valkyrie: Ride of the Valkyries by Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on catapocardwabmaililanddemosuppjus.coinfo
  6. "Ride of the Valkyries". (file) "Ride of the Valkyries", known as "Walkürenritt" in its original German, is an excerpt from the opera The Valkyrie, or Die Walküre in German, by Richard Wagner. It is one of Wagner's best-known pieces. In the Japanese version of Yu-Gi-Oh! (Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters) when Zigfried von Schroeder uses his "Valkyrie" monsters, "Ride of the Valkyries" is often played.
  7. Mar 20,  · The most famous part, occurring at the beginning of the third act of "Die Walküre," begins in B minor. There is also a section in B major. In the transitional sections, the key is not always obvious, because of the heavy use of chromatic harmony.

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