A White Nationalist Syllabus, part four
by VNN Staff
30 November 2004
This syllabus attempts to give the nationalist 1) a better idea of what exactly White, Western culture is; 2) a better idea of who has led the assault on Western culture and why they have done so. The following items are considered must-read/see/hear for WNs for success in their activism and for knowledge in their overall philosophy.
A Syllabus in 4 Parts [Books, Art, Architecture and Music]
Part 4: Music
Most White people have listened to rock music recorded by The Beatles, The Rolling Stones or Led Zeppelin. But rock music is usually not suitable for White Nationalists, since it often contains 'liberal' messages. And most 'mainstream' rock music is based on blues, which is negro music.
Many classical or traditional music compositions are too busy and wandering to be listenable. These below, however, are better than most. These musical pieces are examples of good White music.
This music requires Windows Media Player, RealPlayer or a similar web-music-playing program. Note: web-based "midi" music often does not match home stereo music in quality. In other words, it usually offers only a general melody unless your PC has a good sound system and even then the midis may fall short of stereo quality. Furthermore, some of the music pieces listed have various arrangements or versions, i.e. faster or slower, more- or less-bouncy, etc., depending upon the source. We suggest that you try other musical sources, too, e.g. CDs, to find versions of these tunes which most appeal to you.
1. Für Elise by Ludwig van Beethoven. Here: .mid
2. Canon in D major by Johann Pachelbel. Here: .mid [very beautiful melody]
3. Eine Kleine Nachtmusik by W.A. Mozart. Here:
4. Ride of the Valkyries by Richard Wagner. Here:
5. 5th Symphony by Ludwig van Beethoven. Here: .mid
6. Bridal Chorus by Richard Wagner. Here: .mid [you hear this tune at weddings]
7. Brindisi by Giuseppe Verdi [from the opera 'La Traviata'].
8. Deutschland über Alles by Franz Josef Haydn. Here: .mid
9. The Nutcracker by P. I. Tchaikovsky [there are several different pieces of music under that title, e.g.
Waltz of the Flowers, Russian Dance, Dance of the Sugarplum Fairy [Waltz of the Flowers here:
.mid Dance of the Sugarplum Fairy here:
10. The Navy Hymn. Traditional English tune. Sung in the 1997 film "Titanic." Here: .mid
11. Turkish Rondo by W.A. Mozart. Here:
12. 1812 Overture by P. I. Tchaikovsky. Here:
13. Greensleeves. Traditional English tune. Here:
14. La Donna e Mobile by Giuseppe Verdi [from the opera 'Rigoletto']. Here: .mid
15. A Roving. Traditional Celtic tune: .mid