The dissolution of the Greek state is imminent.
Classical and Avant-Garde music is very much alive.
>implying it hasn't already happened multiple times
Kek, this Dionysian age will come to a close in the next couple of decades only to begin again who knows when.
>People actually think Shakespeare is lowbrow
Just because a man includes sex jokes in his play doesn't mean that it's accessible to a general modern audience. How many poor uneducated people do you know who read Shakespeare for pleasure?
Highbrow is one word by the way. If you were a fellow highbrow, you would know this.
Where does Shitpost "OP" McGee file classical music that is made for the masses?
Usually Type 0, very rarely 1, because it's composed for effect and accessibility, not intellectual stimulation.
>people are still falling for the meme chart
This ones a little more accessible
What's really fun is to open random binary files and executables in audacity as raw data and listen to what you get
It's 4am and I'm sat here listening to generative electronics
>dissolution of the Greek state
>Captive Greece held captive her uncouth conqueror
This bait is bait within itself. It is stating that the decline of the Greek state was a direct cause of their cultural change. We know as a fact that Greece, particularly Athens, continued to thrive as a cultural capitol in the ancient world even after their subjugation, upward of the Roman Era. The Romans in particular were overjoyed with all things Greek.