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Do U Like Classical Music ?


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#1 Richlife

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Posted 29 March 2008 - 06:53 PM

Classical music is very cool and good for knownlege development. Do u think it ?

I very like Classical music. how about you ?

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Posted 29 March 2008 - 07:29 PM

I do, if I can find a the time.

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Posted 29 March 2008 - 08:22 PM

I do also, though I do listen to a wide array of music. Much of the morning I play Classical at work. I tend to lean toward keyboards. I can't really say I have a favorite.
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Posted 30 March 2008 - 01:01 AM

I grew up with classical music, and have two favorites from that time, Brahms Piano Concerto No.2, and Beethoven's Piano Concerto No.5, the Emepror Concerto. Then again I have a thing for the blues as well.

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Posted 30 March 2008 - 01:33 AM

sorry i don't.

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Posted 30 March 2008 - 06:43 AM

I listen to anything that's played - as long as it isn't so loud that it prevents me from thinking.
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Posted 31 March 2008 - 10:49 AM

Having grown up with classical music, I hardly ever chose to listen to anything else. when younger, I learned to play (or so I thought at the time) the piano and sang in choruses (at least with gusto), so those two aspects continue to fascinate me.
The Gilel's reading of Brahms is inspiring, and I have several 5ths I listen to.
I am spending this year's entire commute time listening to Karajan's early Beethoven symphony cycle with the Berliners, and spent last year going through Jochum's Bruckner.
So much great music and so little time! Someone mentioned Nielson, so I guess some CDs will be added to my collection.
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Posted 18 April 2008 - 11:12 AM

I love classical music. But I like it like this: I'll listen to something by Mozart, and then immediately after that I'll listen to something by someone like Rage Against the Machine. After the song by RAM is played, I'll then listen to a piece by Beethoven. After listening to Beethoven, I'll immediately play something by someone like Interpol. I like to switch things up. It's like driving a car down the street and then without stopping throwing shifting the car in reverse . :thumbsup:

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Posted 21 April 2008 - 09:57 AM

I used to study to Tchaikovsky's nutcracker.. but thats the only classical music I listen to. Rest of the time its normally rock or something a bit heavier.. :thumbsup:

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Posted 21 April 2008 - 01:27 PM

Classical music is something that i don't listen to everyday, but like to listen to occasionally. It is good study music, and can definitely be calming, but most of the time i prefer more upbeat music. Of the same age, i would prefer folk music over classical music.

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Posted 23 April 2008 - 03:42 PM

From what little I've heard of "Classical Music" I've discovered that it varies a lot in style. I do like J.S.Bach's "Toccata & Fugue in d minor" (on a big pipe organ) but not so much a lot of the "softer" classical stuff, as a lot of it just sound "sad" . I also like the "Flight of the Valkyries" (have never met anyone who doesn't) and most of the other energetic music of a classic nature. I must admit first exposure to Classical music was through Saturday Morning Cartoons, from old Merrie Melodies to Bugs Bunny (I really miss Saturday Mornings :thumbsup:)
Just curious, when a person writes a new piece of music in classical form today, is it still considered "classical" ? As a "new classic" seems to be a oxymoron

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Posted 23 April 2008 - 10:15 PM

I love listening to it when I am studying, or I will listen to some Enya. Either way they are both soothing for me. I love NorthEast, Ohio though, no matter where you are in the area you can pick up WKSU. They play classical music and have NPR news occasionally, best combination!

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Posted 24 April 2008 - 06:37 AM

I play the violin over 11 years and I only listen to Classical music when I play, or hearing recordings just to get the familiarization. I'm not saying I don't like classical music, but I enjoy more when i participate in it.

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Posted 24 April 2008 - 08:20 AM

"Just curious, when a person writes a new piece of music in classical form today, is it still considered "classical" ? As a "new classic" seems to be a oxymoron."

For the most part, when a person writes a new piece its seems an oxymoron to call it music when it is performed in a concert hall.

Strickly speaking, "classical" refers to a specific period and style (very roughly 1700-1800) in "classical music" that falls (and partly overlaps earlier Baroque and later Romantic periods) but has come to commonly and loosely mean all "serious" music. The latter term is often used, and seems to be more appropriate when speaking, for example, of a genre that includes Glass or Copeland as well as Bach, Beethoven, and Bruckner.
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Posted 24 April 2008 - 06:39 PM

Ok, Thanks :thumbsup:

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