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post russian shit edition
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so do you guys talk about 21st century composers or
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>>61578021
both
whats in your mind senpai?
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LLenzomNY4Q

Those glissando with the flute sound awesome (5:50)
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>>61578003
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=STwTC75Cmg0

just fцcк my shit up faм
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>>61579089
Concerto 2 is best concerto

>>61579170
N I C E

>>61578003
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LBYIxhnnQi4
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obscure russian shit incoming

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W3hrXBvRass

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vdWL2vDRsBk
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1c9yLu1mXRQ
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UR30J2-PVgk

Geoffrey Tozer is my favorite Medtner interpreter.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GkiS_0zUt88
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IesxWe1pT28
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L3C5rnGSfFM

Cкpябин is god desu
Шocтaкoвич is cool too
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>>61578003
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rnfI6wAGHPw
one of the best from this fucker
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>>61579206
Symphony 2 is best symphony
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=88ZMwdB0J3c
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>>61578003
Reminder that the only great Russian composer was Stravinsky, who got the fuck out of there and went to Paris.

The tiers go:

>Tier 1
Germany
France
>Tier 2
Italy
Britain
>Tier 3
Russia
Eastern Europe
>Tier 4
The Americas
>Tier 5
All others.
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>>61581372
How would the tiers change if it was just about music from 1900 onwards?
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>>61581372
Literally shit opinion there besides tier 1

also

>Britain
>in any tier besides shit

America has a better Classical tradition than those Anglo cunts, and Russia is infinitely better than both when you take into Account the Five, some Tchaikovsky, Scriabin and his disciples, Stravinsky, and Prokofiev.

1. Germany/Austria
2. France
3. Italy
4. Russia and other Slavshits
5. America
6. Spain and Latin America
7. Hungary and other Central Euro cunts
9999. Great Shitstain
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>>61581453
Tier 1 would have Italy and America in it
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>>61581453
Well Germany and France would definitely still be on top.
Italy would be Tier 4, Americas in Tier 3 because of Ives and Carter (yet in spite of Reich and Riley), Britain would be Tier 2.
>>61581467
I felt tempted to pan Britain but Tallis, Purcell, Elgar, Maxwell-Davies...there are too many truly great composers.
>America has a better Classical tradition than those Anglo cunts, and Russia is infinitely better than both when you take into Account the Five, some Tchaikovsky, Scriabin and his disciples, Stravinsky, and Prokofiev.
You seem lost my friend; you're looking for reddit.com
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>>61581453
>>61581520
Actually wait, Britain would be Tier 3 or 4 because of shitstains like Max Richter and Karl Jenkins among others.
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>>61581520
>any of those Anglo cunts besides Tallis
>good

You seem to be lost reddit friend
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>>61581372
>russia
>not tier 1
try again nigger
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>>61581604
>>>/reddit.com/
>>>/rateyourmusic.com/
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This thread just shows that /mu/ needs this
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>>61581698
yeah I agree that Russian music is terrible
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>>61581623
>>61581623
spot the edgy avant-teen
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Daily reminder that Germans/Austrians made the worst music. Daily reminder that Wagner and Mahler were the natural conclusion of the ever-increasing bourgeois redneckism pouring out of Germany/Austria like fecal matter pours out of a clogged toilet.
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>>61583008
fptmiu
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Favorite symphonies?
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I need some beginner pieces to learn on viola.
Any ideas?
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>>61584059
Wonderwall
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>>61582573
The kid who thinks Russia is worthwhile is avant teen, yeah.
>>61583920
mine are too basic to be worth mentioning
mozart 41
beethoven 3 or 4
schubert 9
etc
>>61584059
Hindemith wrote some very easy viola sonatas you should check out
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>>61583920
Beethoven 3
Mozart 38
Bruckner 8
Mahler 9
Brahms 4
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>>61581372
>>Tier 2
>Britain
kekeke...
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>>61583920

I like that one that operates on a continuum of choppity-choppity-circus tune prancing-waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaailWAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAILLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL.
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actually schubert 8 even unfinished is still vastly superior to 9
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What's some advice you'd give to a person who hopes to eventually go to graduate school at a toptier place like Michigan, Juilliard, or similar?
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>>61584551
good luck. the only people i know who've gone to julliard have received all-but-formal invitations from a professor there at some earlier point.
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>>61584815
seriously?
bummer.
oh well.
I just don't want to be one of those faggot conductors who got their degree from some second rate grad school
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>>61584314
i strongly disagree. i think no. 9 is easily his best symphony & the first movement of no. 9 is better than any symphony by beethoven.

no. 8 is a snoozefest.
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>tfw no Russian baroque composers
https://youtu.be/pRmaVsRz9AQ
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>>61584976
but it's so much more emotional, has much more contrast
9 is a bunch of fast movements that are, let's admit it, really fucking long for their content
not saying it's bad, fucking love that shit.
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>>61584997
>but it's so much more emotional
kek
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>>61584997
i still disagree. the andante section of the first movement of no.9 is absolutely sublime.

no 8 is in fact too long for its thematic material. repetitious to the max.
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>>61585050
dude even fucking Schoenberg and Boulez are emotional, it's not a dirty word.
are you young and impressionable or something? there's more to music than memes
>>61585092
agree to disagree :)
Schubert's radical anyways
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Favorite recording of D.956 please?
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>>61585108
It's not that emotional, jesus christ
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>tfw just bought two albums on itunes because I couldn't find them on rutracker or slsk

Is there music for this depressing feeling, I feel like literally reddit: the person right now
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>>61585408
why not just buy the cd? feels good.
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>the credo movement in Stravinsky's Mass

When did you realize the Mass is better than Symphony of Psalms /classical/?
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>>61585439
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wzr12gBrXA8
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>>61585449
firs time i heard it. always loves stravinksy's mass. have the reinbert de leeuw recording.
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>>61585473
i'm not with it?
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>>61585408
>>61585473
nothing wrong with iTunes for classical music desu
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Ears muh friend, if you are around here, do you have plans to continue this thread? >>61490394
https://archive.is/m9yYp
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>>61585500
I wanted it instantly like a spoiled child, Now I feel cheapened

>>61585479
I just downloaded the Reuss recording which includes Les noces and the Cantata

I haven't been this effected by music since I first heard Scriabin's Op. 8, No. 5 or Debussy's Faun

>>61585533
They have some nice gems I couldn't find otherwise on Rutracker
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>>61585578

>a picture of bach

No thanks.
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>>61585586
the gloria is pretty... glorious as well.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=luLHiInIbw4
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>>61585578
fuck off Ears
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Favorite records?

(containing more than one piece/containing a selection of pieces)
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>>61585738
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>>61585774
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why the fuck are scarlatti's and mozarts catalogue opuses so similar. I want k222, the sonata, not the fucking piece for mixed chorus. curse you, kirkpatrick!
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>>61585738
>bernstein mozart
UGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGH
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>>61585960

>why the fuck are scarlatti's and mozarts catalogue opuses so similar.

They often times composed while engaged in coitus with each other.
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/mu/ which album do you recommend me for listening to Franz Liszt?
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>>61586010
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>>61585992
>Giuseppe Domenico Scarlatti (26 October 1685 – 23 July 1757)
>Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (27 January 1756 – 5 December 1791)

nice try, scarlatti died before mozart even composed his first piece. Although, mozart was into scat play, was he into necrophilia as well? or was scarlatti also a pedo
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>>61586037
Thank you anonymous anon.
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>>61586037
by the way my dearest anon ... [spoiler]w-where can i obtain it[/spoiler]
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>>61586391
20 bucks at importcds.com
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>>61586010
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CdDDY5nVA3A
I cried
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>>61586822
please. this is a /classical/ thread, thank you.
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>>61586822
GTFO
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>>61586889
BTFO
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>>61586986
lol no. it's solo piano pop music. nothing wrong with it per se, but it's not classical.
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>>61581372
Where's Belgium/Netherlands?
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>>61587058
Franco-Flemish bruh.
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>>61587058
where indeed?
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>>61587058
hi CLT
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>>61587259
i think clt was more keen on scandinavia

i write 'was' because the poor soul died tragically
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Is Schubert's 7th worth getting? For some reason my 'complete' set of Schubert symphonies doensn't have his 7th.
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>>61587574
wow... classical is deader than ever.

this is it. all hope abandon ye who enter here.
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>>61587574
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>>61587598
pls explain
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>>61587635
7=9.

you know it.
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Holy fuck can opera stagings get fucking retarded
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>>61587682
>Holy fuck can opera stagings get fucking retarded

no.
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>>61587682
lel
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is this the most beautiful classical piece of all time to be honest?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7gE-TQE4wHE
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>>61587967
Not going to lie, that's a very beautiful piece. Not my pick but good choice anon
that being said
>Rieu
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>>61587967
>>61588006
to the point, one of my picks would be the opening of the 1st movement of Francaix's Octet
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OFylbMdrN-4

and the Forlane from Tombeau de Couperin
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tzv1sDPmQ10
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Give me one reason why Scriabin should be considered a serious composer please?
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>>61588096
thank god someone else sees through the meme
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>>61578003
https://soundcloud.com/christiannellemose
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>>61588096
his mustache alone grants him god-tier composer status
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OK /classical/ who should I do for my Music History paper Elliott Carter or Pierre Boulez?
probably going to pick Boulez but I'm curious
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>>61588192
go for the one you know most about...

...students are truly the stupidest people on earth
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>>61588261
why the fuck would you do that
the whole point of a research project is to learn more about a composer
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>>61588311
no, the point is getting a good grade you absolute mong
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schnittke tho

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M3Xehs1rHfM

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Td-cUkR1Tu8
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why doesn't this beast get the respect he deserves?
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>>61588485
fat and slow
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>>61588501
his recordings of the schumann symphonies with the wiener are second to none.

i for one also really like his mozart symphonies.
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>>61588550
fat
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>>61588564
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>>61588096
Have you never heard his build up to climaxes? It's like fuckin sex.
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>>61588601
>It's like fuckin sex.

you would know, right?
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Ey does anyone play piano here?
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>>61586010
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>>61588811
Same anon, I'm looking for advice on playing scales faster.
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>>61588914
P.R.A.C.T.I.C.E.
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>>61588914
first experiment with fingerings, usually they're very simple anyway. play with different rhythms and touch. start slow making sure each note is of equal value and desired dynamic and work your way faster.
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Thoughts on Edvard Grieg? This is quite amazing imo.
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>>61589092
Comfiest composer, along with Faure, Borodin, and pre WW1 Ravel
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>>61589092
i like his lyric pieces for piano.
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>>61586010
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>>61588550
>levine
>his recordings of the schumann symphonies with the wiener are second to none.
how many did you bother listening to

>mozart symphonies
yeah nope
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>>61588811
I do, i've been playing for about 11 years now (and i'll start conservatory this year)

>>61588914
Practice, practice and then practice more
You can try with differents rhytms, and with accents
Try putting accents each 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 notes

(my english is quite broken so, sorry if this sounds weird)
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>>61586391
it's also on spotify if you're into that
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>>61588811

Here. I'm formally studying music, though I'm a bit more non-traditional.

>>61591947

Where are you studying lad
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>>61593985
Chile sadly
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>>61594074

If Jorge Bolet can make it out of Cuba and Argerich out of Argentina you can make it out of Chile, right?

Right?
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What Wagner should i get lads?
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>>61594221
Well I guess
I just have to spractice a lot, think, feel and practice a lot
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>>61594239
tristan probably

get the bohm recording, or watch one of the DVDs first. probably a better idea to watch a DVD first.
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mfw people itc

(im schoenbie not fat alma)
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>>61595499
mfw ded
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>Complete Warner Recordings
>Warner
lel
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this is my favorite of all time

this version or the slower version, either. this piece makes me want to create something
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>>61597398
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FkP2y24ACT8

what kind of dumb asshole forgets the link
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>>61595499
Where have you been you fgt
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What're your favorite piano concertos?
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>>61600180
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anyone has link to this?

https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/dinu_lipatti/waltzes/
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>>61600706
rutracker 1507382
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>>61600743
also imo just get samson francois (either set is fine, later is more willful). as played as a whole collection i think the waltzes are pretty boring played no-frills
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>>61600180
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>>61581372
>France
>Italy
>Britain
lmao
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>>61581372
>Britain above the US
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>>61602194
I don't know, Purcell is pretty good
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IVPgjBSYqCA

unless you mean since the death of the English folk revival of Vaughan Williams, then yes America blows Britain out of the water
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>>61602194
>clapistan
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Reminder that Beethoven's Mass in C is much better than Memessa Solmemenis
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>>61603329
proofs?
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>>61586010
Mostly whatever is from Cziffra

Trascendentals, Hungarian Rhapsodies, Concerts, almost everything or everything


>>61600180
Well, that would be
Rachmaninoff 2 and 3, Tchaicovsky 1, Liszt 1 and 2, Grieg
I guess that's from concertos

Chopin 1 at least is more like a sonata, just with a orchesta playing something in the background
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>>61583008
This is a pretty bad analogy. Fecal matter does not pour out of a clogged toilet. In most cases, toilets are clogged due to toilet paper itself, and once it is clogged it may be difficult to get that flushed down, but it doesn't have the capacity to actually fill up the entire toilet bowl and then pour over onto the ground, feces and all. Even if we assume that the toilet is clogging on shit alone, then this would still be the case. It just simply isn't possible from a clogged toilet.
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so /classical/ what do you think of Valery "Stalin did nothing wrong" Gergiev?
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VRTVVF66Gag
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=88ZMwdB0J3c
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hfZPAjgU4Dc
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pPYWZYhWuGw
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fyd0jjTVGgE
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XYFpfFsbshk
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KkXyE9CZ_lk
PROKOFIEV
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>>61589092
His String Quartet and Piano Concerto are GOAT
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>>61600180
K.449, K.459, K.488
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>>61604916
There's a restlessness about his conducting that I really don't like (I'm not talking about the gestures, I mean the music making). Nervousness might work for Shostakovich though...
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what is essential janacek
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>>61606395
string quartet 1
sinfonietta
Glagolitic Mass
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>>61602194
Britain was GOAT during the 1450s / 1500s

Tallis, Byrd, Dunstable, Taverner, Fayrfax, etc.

US didn't even exist in those days lol.

Nowadays Britain is still well ahead. Ferneyhough, Finnissy, Birtwhistle, etc. What do the US have? John Adams? Philip Glass? Steve Reich?

Lets not forget the other great brits like Elgar, Britten, RVW, Delius, Finzi, Maxwell-Davies, etc.
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>>61606472
>no operas
Pleb.
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zzzz
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>>61609078
yeh, no shit


favorite recordings of D.956 please ?
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>>61609106
pic related, pro arte quartet one, petersen quartet, and a few of the live ones with casals
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>>61607760
im a chamber music fag. I'm been meaning to check out from the house of the dead and jenufa for a while now, but I haven't gotten around to it
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Is Verdi really that great? It's about time I'd listen to some of his operas. I absolutely love the operas by Mozart, Wagner, Puccini & Strauss... buf so far Verdi's operas have mostly sounded like a collection of 'catchy' tunes basically.

please add vice.
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Shostakovich > Stravinsky > Scriabin > Rachmaninoff > Mussorgksky > Rimsky-Korsakov > Borodin > Tchiakovsky > Prokofiev > the rest
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>>61609612
lol. prokofiev that low. you're a certifiable pleb
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>>61609612
lol. stravinsky that low. you're a certifiable pleb
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>>61609612
>Shostakovich > Stravinsky
>Prok near the bottom
>Rach above anyone
Terrible taste
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>>61609612
Stravinsky > Scriabin > Mussorgsky > Prokofiev > Shosty > Tchaikovsky > Rimsky-Korsakov > Borodin > Rach > who cares
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>>61588096
>Give me one reason why Scriabin should be considered a serious composer please?

Anyone?
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How do I write an opera?
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>>61610887
Like you compose anything else but with words.
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>>61610887
find a story first.
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Favorote symphsonesnisz?
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>>61609612
>the most boring composer in existence at the top
>rach above anyone
>prokofiev at the bottom
FUCK OFF
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>>61610886
poem of ecstacy
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>>61610886
>>61611525
also Symphony No. 3
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>people unironically like Russian composers
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>>61588096
Give me a reason why any composer should be considered a serious composer please?

Also listen to his Sonatas
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>tfw can't find a torrent of a performance of Woodland Sketches by Edward MacDowell?

I also can't seem to find any torrents of Lizst's transcription of Requiem and Don Giovanni.

They are not on what.cd as far as I can tell. Where could I find something like this?
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>>61612672
liszt never made any published "transcriptions" of the requiem of don giovanni. they're either fantasies or paraphreases etc..
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>>61613313
Really? Thank you, I did not know this.
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>>61612672
idk its on youtube though.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zFfz5K3W4dc
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>>61610767

>no sacred vocal music
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>>61611992
>disses, I guess orientalism?
>posts Debussy

You know little of what you do
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>>61613333
afaik theres 2 versions of don juan fantasy and 1 incomplete fantasy on figaro and don giovanni. so thats 2 fantasies on don giovanni. the don juan fantasy is famous so theres a lot of recordings of that. imo theyre "fun", showy pieces but not that great really.

for the requiem i believe he had 1 or 2 works based on themes, never heard em though
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>>61610767
Prokofiev = Scriabin > Stravinsky > Borodin > Rimsky > Tchaik > Rach > Mussorgsky > everyone else
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>>61613803
>Mussorgsky near the bottom
>Borodin above Tchaik and Rimsky
>Shosty nowhere
Shit taste.
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>>61613829
Good point. Should be Borodin = Rimsky. I don't personally care for Mussorgsky but I can tell you Shosty is complete shit. I would rather listen to a Wagner opera slowed down 800% than listen to any of his music.
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>>61613891
>I would rather listen to a Wagner opera slowed down 800% than listen to any of his music.
>slowed down to 800%
the horror
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>>61613891
>>61613997
have you heard his chamber music though? particularly the last few quartets?
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>>61613997
Cobra Tristan und Isolde when?
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>>61613624
nah, I just like that picture t b h
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>>61614033
Of all the quartets I've heard by him 8 was the one that resonated with me the most. It's decent, for Shostakovich. But why waste my time with his drivel when Bartok has far better Quartets?

>>61614039
Kek. How long would that even be?
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>>61614168
About as long as the complete ring cycle.
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What does /classical/ think of this?

http://www.thebookofthug.com/#!melodic/c1t44
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>>61614571
Over-analytical garbage about a shit meme rapper.
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>>61614623
>Over-analytical
Is there such thing?

How can you overanalyze anything?
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>>61614657
You can over-analyze practically anything to have greater meaning than there was originally. Doesn't mean there is any.
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>>61614745
An analysis can only be right or wrong. There's no such thing as "giving greater meaning" that isn't there, that would just be an incorrect analysis.

Also, that picture is really dumb, and you dumb for posting it.
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Not Russian, but just listened to Gurrelieder today and that shit gotta be the most impressive choral work of all time. Such a perfect instrumentation
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>>61614854
>An analysis can only be right or wrong. There's no such thing as "giving greater meaning" that isn't there, that would just be an incorrect analysis.
Duh.

>Also, that picture is really dumb, and you dumb for posting it.
Why? It's funny.

It's dumb, but you can laugh at dumb things. Don't worry, no one will judge you.
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>>61614958
You just proved how stupid you are.
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>>61614854
Found the "artist"
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>>61614991
You take yourself far too seriously, my friend.
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>>61614991
>>61614854
>b-but im an artest and w I do is five layers of deep ;_;
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>>61614995
I'm the one being objective here, and you sarcastically call me an "artist"? Dumbass
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>>61614854
Jesus christ you are such a fucking pretentious twat.
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>>61614854
Yes there is you fucking idiot. Somebody sat there and went into depth about trying to find some deeper meaning in shitty niggardly meme rap when it's just some retard talking about eating pussy over a drum machine.

It's like reading a childrens book and trying to find some elaborate loquacious adult message in it.
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>>61614854
What's so great about that crude sculpture of a guy sucking himself off?
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>>61615009
>>61615016
>>61615042
All you can do is name calling? You belong in elementary school
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>>61615069
I didn't call you any names, though. Well, unless you find someone calling you a friend offensive.

I just think you're taking yourself too seriously, which is a fairly mundane thing to say, but I suppose you were offended if you took it on the level of name calling, which, I imagine, is possibly due to your insecurity regarding this.

Uh, don't mind me though. I'm not trying to bully you or anything. I wouldn't want to hurt feelings.
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>>61615054
>Somebody sat there and went into depth about trying to find some deeper meaning
Prove him wrong then

>shitty niggardly meme rap when it's just some retard talking about eating pussy over a drum machine.
>>>/pol/

>It's like reading a childrens book and trying to find some elaborate loquacious adult message in it.
Like there can't be deeper messages in children stories like the Wizard of Oz or Alice in Wonderland

>>61615068
So if he had his hand on his chin and looked in a state of reflection instead, then you could take it seriously?
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>>61615130
Ad-hominem is elementary school level too, friend.
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>>61615163
>then you could take it seriously?
More seriously, at the very least. But regardless, the sculpture looks like it was done by a Middle School student. I made more complex stuff than that in High School. It's just a shitty job.
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>>61615189
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>>61615192
I disagree
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>>61615220
Any other meme-images you wanna reply to this with?
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>>61615262
Alright.
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>>61615163
>le back to /pol/ meme
There is no hidden genius in his music. Someone presented him a beat and he "sung" what sounded correct or harmonically good over it. You can tie whatever fucking labels to the notes that you want but it doesn't make whatever he's saying any more important. I could tie words to each pixel on my screen and make your comment about something entirely different that what you originally intended but that doesn't make my over analyzation right.

As for the lyrics, if you can find meaning in that I would advise you to fucking kill yourself and leave /classical/ forever, as I don't want your pompous, faggotty attitude leaking into my musical discussions.

Also I used a few words in the incorrect context which was dumb of me.

TLDR; Young Thug is a nigger fuck off
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>>61615293
Standard reply expected from a /b/tard. Well done.
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>>61615298
You are incorrect altogether. Become intelligent.
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>>61615358
Please elaborate friendo. At this point I think you're just trying to de-rail the thread.
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>>61615358
>resorting to ad-hominem
Very elementary.
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How's Furtwängler as a composer?
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>>61615733
I've only ever heard his 2nd symphony and his Piano Concerto. They were... alright but I don't know if I felt anymore than that. Reminds me of Bruckner and Mahler kind of.

There's a performance of his Piano Concerto on Marco polo, but it's shit. Sounds bad and doesn't sound all that well conceived either.

There's a performance of the full thing with Furtwangler himself conducting and Fischer playing on the keyboard, but the sound quality is just horrendous.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WhwrwQLY6NU
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post a better sonata

Quick professional tip:
>you cant

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n04GkRTC_Lo
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who /earlyprotestantmusic/ here?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=888MhQ0Pdok
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>>61616240

This better be Scriabin -
>it's Liszt

Ya blew it
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>>61616240
Dude diminished sevenths lmao
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>>61579271

>Medtner
Nice

>other guy
Haven't heard him, hoping he's as good
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>>61615262
but you are stupid so nobody cares
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>>61588096

I don't understand where you're coming from with this. Have you heard his sonatas/preludes?
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RmnzWuB_o7Q&list=PLB23CB5D9DF095955

a playlist of scarlatti sonatas adapted for solo guitar by Leo Brouwer

I love this shit
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>>61584988
In my honest opinion, because of so much oversight by the catholic church baroque music didn't develop much in the way of cultural flavour. It probably would have sounded Teutonic anyway
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>>61600180
Beethoven 2
Beethoven 5
Ravel for the Left Hand
Rautavaara 1
Rautavaara 2
Rautavaara 3
Erkin
Vaughan Williams
Ligeti
Schoenberg
Bartok 1
Tailleferre 1
Prokofiev 2
Prokofiev 3
Shchedrin 1
Shostakovich 2
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>>61617062
Raut is the best living composer to be perfectly honest family
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>>61617179
Not for long family :^)
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>>61617204
STOOOOOP!!
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>>61617224
you're right. Afterwards he will just graduate to the best composer of the millennium :^)
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guys i just realized that philip glass's symphony no. 3 is 10/10
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>>61617361
Really? I grew out of Glass by sophomore year
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>>61583920
Mahler's "das lied von der erde"
Beethoven's 6th
Mozart's 41st
Haydn's 104th
Brahms 4 & 2
Shostakovich 2
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hey guys. could you give me something to start on? i want to get into classical but have literally no idea where to start. thanks
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>>61617950
satie gymnopedies gnossiennes
chopin nocturne op. 9 no. 2
debussy preludes
ravel string quartet
someone post mega links
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>>61617950
Listen to Mozart.
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>>61618355
>le just listen to Mozart meme
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>>61619001
its a dank meme
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>>61619001
>underrating Mozart
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I have 10 freeleech tokens left and like Dvorak's 9th Symphony but know nothing about classical music. What should I grab and who should I grab playing it?
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>>61619105
fricsay with dvorak's 9th symphony
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>>61616695
on (10 of 12)
>420RonPaul 6 years ago
>nigga can play harpsichord sonata on guitar... a outlandish nigga..
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>>61619099
No you fucking idiot. Its just like you want to listen to yourself talk. Who hasn't heard of Mozart? Furthermore, how is the category of Mozart much less intimidating then "classical music". Go stand in the corner and think about what you've done. Also listen to his second Quintet
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Apparently Shostakovich was an Andrew Lloyd Webber fan. I don't even know what to think anymore.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jesus_Christ_Superstar#Other_1970s_and_1980s_productions
>Dmitri Shostakovich attended this production in London just before his death. He regretted that he could not have composed something like it; he lauded especially a rock band underpinning full symphonic strings, brass and woodwind.
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>I don't even know what to think anymore
me either

post what you are listening to
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>>61578003
Hey, i'm a complete retard when it comes to classical music, where should i begin? I know some composers like Bach or Chopin but i've never went deep into it
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>>61588811
I'm thinking about starting to learn, but i live in a shithole and even digital pianos cost retarded amounts(3000 bucks for a good and cheap one)
Should i go for an electronic keyboard with weighted tiles?
And should i get a professor or try full-on self-taught?
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>>61620994
goto
https://archive.is/m9yYp
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/classical/ I've been listening to the neoclassical bands Threnody Ensemble and Rachel's recently and have been really digging them. Where would I go from here if I wanted to find similar actual classical composers? What's the opinion on TE and Rachel's , if any?
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>tfw only get into classical in mid twenties
>want to compose music now
>its too late to develop any sort of fundamental musicality

JUST
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>>61622394
Follow your dreams bruv
We're all gonna make it
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>>61620329
>fitmu
>fptmiu

coincidence? I think not.
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>>61622394
>its too late to develop any sort of fundamental musicality
its not. Only if you were already devoid of fundamental musicality, and unwilling to learn or fail is this an issue.
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>>61622634
Why would I not be devoid of musicality when I have never played or written any music in my life? I am just learning to read a staff
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Can someone post the mega collection of all kinds of composers?
Would be greatly appriciated since i accidentally deleted it
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>>61588192
Go with Carter because he is the better composer, which will make researching him more enjoyable, and your paper consequently better researched.
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>>61622902
>General folder. Renaissance up to 20th century/modern classical
https://mega.co.nz/#F!mMYGhBgY!Ee_a6DJvLJRGej-9GBqi0A
>General folder #2. Mostly Romantic up to 20th century/modern, but also includes Bach and Mozart subfolders
https://mega.co.nz/#F!lIh3GRpY!piUs-QdhZACFt2hGtX39Rw
>General folder #3. Mostly 20th century/modern with other assorted bits and pieces
https://mega.co.nz/#F!Y8pXlJ7L!RzSeyGemu6QdvYzlfKs67w
>Debussy Folder: Recordings of Debussy's most important/famous works
https://mega.co.nz/#F!DdJWUBBK!BeGdGaiAqdLy9SBZjCHjCw
>Opera folder: Construction in progress. Features recorded productions of various operas
https://mega.co.nz/#F!4EVlnJrB!PRjPFC0vB2UT1vrBHAlHlw
>Renaissance Folder
https://mega.co.nz/#F!ygImCRjS!1C9L77tCcZGQRF6UVXa-dA
>Crudblud stuff
http://crudblud.sjm.so/

There you go friend
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>>61621056
I don't think that getting a really expensive piano off the bat would be a good idea, but getting weighted keys are a must. I have one of those weightless smart electric pianos and it's almost impossible to get any sort of dynamics out of it.

Also I highly recommended a teacher. Even if they are complete shit they will help you hammer out the basics of technique and music theory.

Where do you live? I think piano is just an expensive as fuck hobby in general, but I am only paying $100 for four lessons a month.
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>>61616695
This is really nice, thank you
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>>61623030
Thank you !
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Any recommendation that I can only find in what.cd?
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>>61621852
is this actually good?
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Is what.CD like rutcracker? I've seen people talk about it on here. From what I gather it's invite only
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>>61588096

His 6th sonata alone is better than anything that ever came out of Germany/Austria.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z9cnyfET1lE
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