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contamination wrote:

Kinda cool. I kept hoping they'd play something else instead of just running up and down the neck of their instruments, but I guess that was the point


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theplatypus wrote:
contamination wrote:

Kinda cool. I kept hoping they'd play something else instead of just running up and down the neck of their instruments, but I guess that was the point

Can't say I really enjoy that one. It is different for sure... This one is great though, especially the third part starting from ~10:40:



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Big Bach and Handel fan here. And anything that is harpsichord heavy.

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A breakdown of classical music's primary U.S. constituencies in the year 2015:

0.1%: high-grade performers skilled enough to earn a self-sustaining income by performing live and/or selling recordings

1.9%: aristocratic patrons, intellectuals, historians, and scholarly types that comprise the stereotype envisioned by the masses as representative of the social side of classical music

50%: near-death senior citizens who spend their concerts asleep or coughing

8%: 18-40 year-old ugly, dandruff-eating day-walkers who have no hobbies or interests other than classical music, and sadly, are not good enough at playing it to perform for a living, but are struggling to accept that reality.

10%: 40-60 year-old smelly, ugly, dandruff-eating day-walkers who have few hobbies or interests other than classical music, reluctantly accept that they are not good enough to perform for a living, and cope with it by poisoning all social situations with their terrible opinions.

30%: Asians

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E.H. Ruddock wrote:
Big Bach and Handel fan here. And anything that is harpsichord heavy.

for you Ruddo



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10%: 40-60 year-old smelly, ugly, dandruff-eating day-walkers who have few hobbies or interests other than classical music, reluctantly accept that they are not good enough to perform for a living, and cope with it by poisoning all social situations with their terrible opinions.

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No hotlinking in the classical music thread.


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I fuck :censored: ing love Mozart.

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theplatypus wrote:
E.H. Ruddock wrote:
Big Bach and Handel fan here. And anything that is harpsichord heavy.

for you Ruddo


Just wonderful.

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 Post subject: Re: let's get CLASSICAL
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I don't know much about classical music (I wish I did, but studying it seems very daunting), but I love me some Brahms and Debussy.

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What's going on in here

a lot of hurt


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Seriously, that piece Jorge posted is beautiful.

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E.H. Ruddock wrote:
Seriously, that piece Jorge posted is beautiful.

It is also the basis for many annoying pop songs



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LoathedVermin72 wrote:
I don't know much about classical music (I wish I did, but studying it seems very daunting), but I love me some Brahms and Debussy.

Wagner. That's what I see you getting into. Opera.



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theplatypus wrote:
LoathedVermin72 wrote:
I don't know much about classical music (I wish I did, but studying it seems very daunting), but I love me some Brahms and Debussy.

Wagner. That's what I see you getting into. Opera.


Yeah, I actually am a bit fascinated by the concept of opera. I downloaded some a while back but have yet to really dive in.

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What's going on in here

a lot of hurt


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In honor of the Hannibal finale



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Ladies and Gentlemen, MOZART!

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 Post subject: Re: let's get CLASSICAL
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Bizet's "Carmen No. 2" is one of my favorite things in the world.

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E.H. Ruddock wrote:
What's going on in here

a lot of hurt


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I'm listening to Wagner's Tristan und Isolde, and it's like, "Ohhh, so that's where John Williams got all his ideas for Star Wars."

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What's going on in here

a lot of hurt


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