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Prinz_Zoisit
post Mar 5 2005, 02:08 PM
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QUOTE(Chiyo @ Mar 5 2005, 04:04 PM)
I like that aspect of classical music. You can create images in your head, much like what Fantasia tried to do (I don't know if anybody likes Fantasia but I do).
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Bach's(or general baroque) music is nothing for your imagination.. This(very artificial) music was just created for the music itself...it's the enlightenment period with beethoven chopin, etc which caused these imagination-music which is very dynamic and loud and quiet at the same time dry.gif ...

QUOTE(Chiyo @ Mar 5 2005, 08:29 PM)
huh.gif  Was that asking me? If so, I have no idea what you mean. biggrin.gif
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you love to use your imagination... do you play any roleplay games like WARHAMMER etc?!?!!

P.S.: I like your writing skills, chiyou...they're really admirable. Where do you come from?!?!


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post Mar 5 2005, 03:54 PM
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Ah, classical music. Wonderful stuff. To tell the truth, I like music in general. (Probably because musicianship is in my blood)

Unfortunately, I couldn't tell you what that piece is or who it was made by. I get too absorbed int the music to bother looking in the program to see what it is. (although I've only been to two or three concerts) I recently went to a concert at the local symphony hall with my mother, her friend and my sister. I tried listening to the crescendos, decrescendoes, time makings and what the dynamics were, because I need to write a report on a concert I attended. But I couldn't. dry.gif Too absorbed, then I lost focus after intermission and my mind wandered.

Yes, I am currently playing in my high school concert band (we also do 70-80's pep music at our football games). smile.gif GO PERCUSSION!!!! biggrin.gif

@Prinz:What, like rpgs where you dress up and play DnD with your friends? Or rpgs like Final Fantasy? tongue.gif I'd reply, but it'd almost be like spam...


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post Mar 5 2005, 05:30 PM
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@ Prinz_Zoisit

Oh no I don't play roleplay games, but I find some music inspires me into writing fanfiction sometimes.

I'm from ye olde England, and thank you for the compliment. I've found my English put to shame by some people around here. You know an awful lot about classical music and I admire that. Shows a high level of intelligence I believe.


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post Mar 5 2005, 09:47 PM
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For eleven years I've danced ballet and haven been surrounded by classical music.

So ya, in addition to a little Ryu history, you get to tune into my calssical favs:


Ballet inspired:
Chopin
Tchaikovsky
Prokofiev
Stravinsky

Other personal favs:
Pachelbel
Handel
Vivaldi
Sibelius
Mozart


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post Mar 6 2005, 04:45 AM
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QUOTE(Falling_Man @ Mar 5 2005, 11:54 PM)
Ah, classical music. Wonderful stuff. To tell the truth, I like music in general. (Probably because musicianship is in my blood)
@Prinz:What, like rpgs where you dress up and play DnD with your friends? Or rpgs like Final Fantasy? tongue.gif  I'd reply, but it'd almost be like spam...
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...yea, another musician^^ there aren't so many ot there in the world^^
uhm... FinalFantasyVII was the best game i played ever. I can't say it often enough... it was like a never-ending dream to me(the 4 cd's for PC)...*sigh*...
i always play RagnarokOnline(also like a dream to me), ut only if it is for free^^;;;...currently, you have to pay 100EU a month^^;;

QUOTE(Chiyo @ Mar 6 2005, 01:30 AM)
@ Prinz_Zoisit
I'm from ye olde England, and thank you for the compliment. I've found my English put to shame by some people around here. You know an awful lot about classical music and I admire that. Shows a high level of intelligence I believe.
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i like ppl who like to show what makes their country admirable(like their culture, music, writing, etc)^^


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Germany is well known for its composers after all. I suppose England has its writers.


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And America is well know for idiot leaders...

Has anyone heard of a piece called Symphony No. 9? I think it's composed by a Russian named Dvorjak. (most likely butchered it) He made it after a trip to America. I think it's great and it captures the general idea of 'A New World' very well. I play it in band class. That's where I learn most of my classical music pieces.

We are at a bit of a disadvantage, however, because we don't have a string section. (aside from an elec. bass)


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I love classical my all time fav. composer is Hayden. He is a genius. Scherzo is the best song to play it is so much fun. biggrin.gif


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I live by Classical Music! I probably wont exist without it of course since I'm a musician and all heh heh! I listen to Handel, Schubert, bach, mozart, beethoven, KRIESLER, antonio vivaldi, rossini, paganini (my hero!), bernstein, brahms, sibelius, chopin, stravinsky, strauss, shostakovich, dvorak, copland, gershwin, holst, haydn, liszt, mendelssohn, rachmaninov, schumann, tchaikovsky, delibes, and wagner! heh heh I'm a classical nerd.


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post Mar 10 2005, 11:26 AM
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I had just recently looked at my cd's - haven't listened to many in a while. I remembered that I was trying to work on a general collection of classical and jazz music from different periods. I've got some representatives from many different periods - chant/madrigals, baroque (which I like mostly because it's music for music sake and not so dynamic smile.gif), classical period, romantics and trying to work on getting some 20th century people. I like some 12 tone stuff but it takes a few listens to "teach" yourself to appreciate the dissonance smile.gif. I just now need to fill out the collection, but I imagine it'll wait a while as I'm not rolling in money right now tongue.gif.

I will say that I do not enjoy vocal classical except some madrigal and chant. I'm not an opera fan at all. I love to listen and appreciate the quality of technique required to play certain pieces.

My favorite classical piece is Albonini's Adaggio in G - pretty much the only piece anyone knows from him tongue.gif. Anyway, it's in the movie Gallipoli and whenever I think about it, I think about the movie and it brings me powerfully sad thoughts.


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post Mar 10 2005, 12:49 PM
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QUOTE(arche @ Mar 10 2005, 07:26 PM)
My favorite classical piece is Albonini's Adaggio in G - pretty much the only piece anyone knows from him tongue.gif. Anyway, it's in the movie Gallipoli and whenever I think about it, I think about the movie and it brings me powerfully sad thoughts.
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ah, yha.. i know that piece(the only one i know from him)... it has a very impressing beginning^^

P.S.: welcome back, arche^^


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QUOTE(arche @ Mar 10 2005, 11:26 AM)
My favorite classical piece is Albonini's Adaggio in G - pretty much the only piece anyone knows from him tongue.gif. Anyway, it's in the movie Gallipoli and whenever I think about it, I think about the movie and it brings me powerfully sad thoughts.

Am I a sad, sad person if I've never heard of him? mellow.gif

arche's post made me take a look at my CD collection as well, and I find that everything that is not burned is practically all instrumental. ph34r.gif 3 of them are Christmas CDs and the 3 that are piano solos are all jazz/lounge-like, such as "Entertaining Solo Piano for Cocktails." Why do I even have this stuff . . .


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post Mar 10 2005, 02:20 PM
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QUOTE(Quistis88 @ Mar 10 2005, 10:14 PM)
Am I a sad, sad person if I've never heard of him?  mellow.gif
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no.. you're not.. albinoni isn't very famous..... i only know this(only piece i know) piece from him, because i searched the download-machines for "baroque music".... and surprisingly it showed me albinoni's g- thing...^^


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I love classical though I prefer the slow and soft classicals over the loud and fast unless it's like the Tempest cuz that one was incredible.
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QUOTE(Prinz_Zoisit @ Mar 10 2005, 04:20 PM)
QUOTE(Quistis88 @ Mar 10 2005, 10:14 PM)
Am I a sad, sad person if I've never heard of him?  mellow.gif
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no.. you're not.. albinoni isn't very famous..... i only know this(only piece i know) piece from him, because i searched the download-machines for "baroque music".... and surprisingly it showed me albinoni's g- thing...^^
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He's not famous at all. In fact, even people who specialize in music don't know much about him. That one piece is really his only famous piece. I have a CD of other works by him and they're not bad, but nothing really phenomenal like Bach or other famous Baroque musicians.


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