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Classical Music
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post Mar 18 2005, 01:23 PM
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I love classical music! One of my faves is Pachbel Canon (sp?) It's so beautiful...I like most of the old composers, Beethoven,Bach,Mozart, but I like some of the new stuff too. Most of the new stuff I like comes from anime and video games though, but I can't help but love the pretty instrumentals they sometimes have. Pretty much anything with a piano and a violin is gonna be good. (No not just because the only thing I can play is a violin >_< ) Truthfully, I need more instrumental and classical music.


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post Mar 18 2005, 02:20 PM
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I'm currently listening to Arnold Schönberg's Three Piano Pieces. It's a good example of atonal music. You get a general sense of a key, but it then slips out and moves on, so you never really get a sense of a key.

I've got to find Survivor from Warsaw. It was my first introduction to atonal music and I'm still getting used to it.


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post Mar 18 2005, 03:32 PM
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What is atonal music exactly?


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post Mar 18 2005, 03:50 PM
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QUOTE(Celestial Fangirl @ Mar 18 2005, 09:23 PM)
I love classical music! One of my faves is Pachbel Canon (sp?) It's so beautiful...
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yes.. the pachelbel canon in D-major is the most perfect canon(in its harmony) that i know... this leading of the accords(which always are repeated) sounds very complete, full and perfect in itself... it was often used in many after-pieces from other composers, until now...

QUOTE(Celestial Fangirl @ Mar 18 2005, 11:32 PM)
What is atonal music exactly?
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uhm, first this atonal music sounds as if it is music which is composed by accidentally hitting on any keys of the piano(it seems that it does not mater what you're playing).....

but if you pay more attention, you hear that some themes and subjects are repeated.. that means that the composer indeed got a certain structure in the music...

but to me, this atonal music doesn't sound very aesthetical^^^^


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post Mar 18 2005, 06:46 PM
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It doesn't sound like it would be very pretty. Maybe cool in that you can pick up hidden patterns but that's it. I'll stick with the classics ^.^ And that bit of knowledge about Canon was interesting to know, thanks.


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post Mar 18 2005, 11:18 PM
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atonal music basically is music without an actual key. We're very trained to be used to tonal (key related) music, so it's tough to get into something that isn't related to a key. I still find it hard on a first listen to enjoy music like this, but after hearing a piece a few times, I can begin to appreciate it's dissonance and odd resolutions.

In a more musical sense, atonal music treats all 12 tones equally as valid, so there isn't a gravitation point of resolution. Dissonance is hard to appreciate (real dissonance). I have to prepare myself intellectually and emotionally to listen to this type of music, but I believe that good pieces with this evoke more in me than the typical classics.


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post Sep 23 2005, 02:30 PM
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I just downloaded some songs from Beethoven and Mozart, and plan on getting more. I will flip through this thread later and probably try some of the songs mentioned, but does anyone have any suggestions?


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post Sep 23 2005, 02:50 PM
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I'm happy you're trying to get into classical now, Slash. biggrin.gif

Go for some Chopin if you like piano music (Polonaise in A-flat, Op. 53 is a favorite of mine), and try some of Mozart's operas (Die Zauberflöte has some good stuff).


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post Sep 23 2005, 05:38 PM
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I couldn't find that first one by Chopin, but I did enjoy the other one you suggested. I have always liked the commonly heard pieces like Greensleeves, Fur Elise, and Moonlight Sonata, but I have never really listened to any of these great composers in depth. I guess, I finally decided to listen to more now out of boredom, curiosity and impulse. I wonder who really influenced Mana classically. I love his style, especially in Moi dix Mois. Who are some great Gothic Composers? (french or italian preferably?)


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Sorry, not very familiar with Gothic composers, if there were any (which I'm sure there were, but I've never heard of any).

You liked the other one I mentioned? Die Zauberflöte? ALL of it?


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Ano... Yes? Why wouldn't I like it? blink.gif I dunno, the one I have is 6:34 minutes long... is that the correct amount of time?

Aww, shucks... I wanted to hear some gothic stuff tongue.gif Are there any other composers/pieces I can leech off of? ohmy.gif


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QUOTE(Slashrose1010 @ Sep 24 2005, 11:41 AM) [snapback]291615[/snapback]

Ano... Yes? Why wouldn't I like it? blink.gif I dunno, the one I have is 6:34 minutes long... is that the correct amount of time?

Aww, shucks... I wanted to hear some gothic stuff tongue.gif Are there any other composers/pieces I can leech off of? ohmy.gif

The entire Die Zauberflöte is about 2 hours long. It's an opera, after all, and since it's a singspiel, there should also be spoken dialogue.

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hello, this is a famous classical music from Johann Sebastian Bach played by me...^^
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Ahh, I've heard this one before but did not know what it is called. Very nicely done, Prinz. smile.gif Bach is difficult to play, especially on guitar, I think.


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Im in band at school so get to hear a lot of music.
Right now were learing how to play "Menuet from Anna Magdalena's Notebook" By J.S. Bach. I play a trumpet.


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