All a weirdly inapt references to exemplary song in Fifty Shades of Grey

November 3, 2017 - Fifty Shades of Grey

2 Nov 2017, 16:31

Fifty Shades of Grey has some unexpected, and during times deeply concerning, references to exemplary music. Here are some of a best…

1. When Christian couldn’t trust Anastasia didn’t know how to interpret Verdi’s Italian

*smirks*

Fifty Shades of Grey - Verdi La Traviata reference

 

2. When Anastasia literally hated Heitor Villa-Lobos’ music, though couldn’t be worried to start an argument

“Mmm, yeah certain it sounds great.”

Fifty Shades of Grey - Villa Lobos

 

3. When Christian couldn’t sleep, so he got adult to play Chopin’s Prelude Op. 28 No. 4 – and Ana angrily interrupted his practice

NEVER miscarry a musician mid-practice, Ana.

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4. When Anastasia suggested she had never listened of Thomas Tallis and all the hearts concurrently broke

Also, when Ana seemed to consider Christian had created The Flower Duet himself.

Fifty Shades of Grey - Delibes reference

 

5. But then, when Tallis done a stonker of a comeback

He couldn’t have asked for a improved greeting to Spem in Alium.

Spem in Alium - Fifty Shades CLEAN reference

 

Did we know we can listen to Fifty Shades Of Grey: The Classical Album? Find out some-more about it here, in the track-by-track guide (there are some crackers in there).

source ⦿ http://www.classicfm.com/discover-music/humour/fifty-shades-classical/

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