>>61906546 >I think everyone appreciates it. Well, at the surface level, as purely agreeable sound sure. But that sort of pleasure diminishes with each relistening. Anyway the ability of generating agreeable noise hardly differs between the master and any anonymous composer of his age.
>the idea of listening to classical music makes me uneasy for some reason. And why would that be?
>>61906863 >Most music has an effect on my mood, so I often find classical music emotionally overwhelming. But for Viennese Classics pride themselves on balance and resolution, whatever turmoil goes on in the first part of the piece is inevitably resolved at the end, and the finale resolves everything in the preceding movements. Surely music with such strong resolution would leave you agitated in the middle but calm and recollected at the end?
I have a problem where I wanna get into classical but I don't really no what to get into. I've heard the famous composers, Vivaldi, Bach and the lot, but nothing's really stayed with me, in the end it all sounds like the same pieces of music played in slight variations. I also kinda like uniquity and atonality of serialism but don't know where to go from there. Basically, I can listen to it and enjoy it but it never leaves a lasting impression and eventually just bores me. Someone pls post something that fix this, I want to be patrician I also like hardcore punk, so if you have any classical that sounds like hardcore punk that'd be nice too
The major pieces Rosen talks about are: >Haydn Quartets Op 33, 42 and 50 >Haydn Symphonies 46, 47, 75 and 81 >Mozart's piano concerti in chronological order starting with K. 271 >Mozart's String quintets >Don Giovanni, Figaro, Cosi fan tutte and Magic Flute >Haydn's late Piano Trios >Mozart, Haydn and Beethoven's church music >Beethoven's G major piano concerto >Beethoven's Eroica symphony >Beethoven's Apassionata and Hammerklavier sonatas
The /classical/ megas has almost everything Rosen talks about, just look around. Also here's a folder with Festetics Quartet's complete recording of Haydn's String Quartets: https://mega.nz/#F!H0RUVCJY!96Bu_okUSupzoE6mtQfnVQ Alban Berg Quartet with two of the Mozart String quintets: http://www.mediafire.com/download/pcw6hpurlu4k33a/Mozart-QuintetsK515516-ABQ.zip
Can somebody show me some good listens for classical compositions and composers of today? I am completely outside the loop. I am not even sure what the general sound it has, but from my experiences in playing compositions of modern composers it is still all atonal, full of non-ordinary rhytmic structures and experimentations. Is there not anything "nice" to listen to? Not that I don't like it, but it really is weird.
>>61907841 Magnus Lindberg has some pieces like his clarinet concerto which are pretty tonal in harmony. But the good stuff is atonal, yeah. There's a good deal of quality to it if you actual git gud and pay attention to the music. I'd say the best composers working today are Harrison Birtwistle, Wolfgang Rihm, and Kaija Saariaho.
>>61907822 >Bruckner seems overlong and whatnot until you understand the form of his works. and yet you think plebs can easily digest a Schnittke or Shostakovich symphony? This just isn't the case. Bruckner is easy to listen to and enjoy, he's in all the programmes. Shostakovich is still popular in the orchestral reportoire, but people have a harder time digesting his music. Schnittke is even harder to digest/understand and thus we almost never see him in programmes.
>>61907964 >Shostakovich is still popular in the orchestral reportoire, but people have a harder time digesting his music. Shostakovich is way more popular than Bruckner and receives more programs and recordings.
The only works by Shostakovich that people have a hard time digesting are maybe his last few quartets.
Anybody know why people upload entire classical albums as just one song on RuTracker?
I'm slowly trying to get into classical and have gotten just a few things so far (pic related). What do you think and can anyone recommend a place to find these albums split into individual tracks and/or better versions of the pieces?
>>61910153 I have a What.cd account but I try not to use it. I need the third and fourth albums from right split up into individual tracks, if possible. I really like Relâche by Satie on this album but not sure what's considered the best.
>>61910153 What is wrong with rutracker uploading range rips of the whole CD? That is the best way, especially for something like classical. They are easily split or a decent player will use the cue sheet to make them act as if they are split.
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