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Postby andyng85 » 02 Sep 2004, 22:54

chopin and chink stuff!
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Postby virtuoso_735 » 03 Sep 2004, 22:02

I like really romantic and mellow, such as Chopin nocturnes, Liszt Liebestraumes and sensitive Rachmaninoff preludes and vocalise and such adagios such as "meditation" from Thais and such, but I also like FUUUUUUURRRRYYYYY things such as Scherzo no.1 of Chopin, or Alkan Concerto for SOlo piano and finale from sonata no.3 of Chopin, and also really grand beautiful things such as the finale of 2nd piano concerto of Rach and Beethoven's fifth symphony.
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Postby PianistSk8er » 03 Sep 2004, 23:57

Comme_le_Vent wrote:
Jackson wrote:Op25 no12 is not a metal.

I listen to anything(except super-noisy ones or crazy-yelling ones.). However, I'll see if it's worth listening.



lol, no LITERALLY - i am a BIG METAL FAN - a large rotating device made from metal that spinds around to produce an effect of wind.

Okay, I'm generally extremely against this, but man, that was comedic genius!!! :lol:Man.. ROFL!!

Sorry guys. :roll:
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Postby Comme_le_Vent » 04 Sep 2004, 01:58

hahaha, respec - for recognisin genius

i am a metal fan though, got into it in 2000, and its what led me to classical
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Postby Philip Daniel » 04 Sep 2004, 02:04

Comme_le_Vent wrote:hahaha, respec - for recognisin genius

i am a metal fan though, got into it in 2000, and its what led me to classical

I assume that it is the complexity and overall seriousness of metal and the like that got you curious about "art music" (I dislike saying classical music :wink:.)
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Postby Comme_le_Vent » 04 Sep 2004, 02:17

well, first off i got into simpler metal, but then i got into metallica, and gravitatetd towards their earlier albums - ie 'master of puppets' and 'and justice for all...' - which were far more complex in structure than anything i had previously enjoyed - gradually i got more interested in music that wasnt as harmonically and structurally stale as much popular music is...and this led me to 'art music'.

although a big factor was also a specifical album - a collaboration between metallica and the great movie score composer michael kamen - and the san fran symph orch - the expressive range of timbre was the most immediate amazing thing, but then i listened close to the orchestral parts he had devised - realising that they were actually often even more interesting that metallica's own parts....so yeah it was a big thang
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Postby Comme_le_Vent » 04 Sep 2004, 02:22

and you have to realise phildan, that i come from a place where nobody listens to art music, and it was my own unique venture 8)

i even had a friend who i listened and talked about alot of rock with, who didnt get into da class shizzle wit me - and we didnt get along much afta dat
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Postby Brewtality » 04 Sep 2004, 02:30

i used to love metal too mainly from playing the guitar and wanting to keep improving. Metallica were my heros for a while. i gotta say that ride the lightning was wikid better than and justice and MoP.
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Postby Comme_le_Vent » 04 Sep 2004, 02:37

hahahaha, indeed RTL is a tru classic, but da JUSTICE album is da most complex, rich, and rewarding.

i still love metal 8)
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Postby Brewtality » 04 Sep 2004, 03:36

the only metal i would listen to now is ozzy with randy and yngwie.
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Re: Your favorite type of music?

Postby pianola » 15 Nov 2007, 22:32

sad and angry chopin-ish music
symetrical and balance mozart-ish music
passionate and expressive tchaikovsky-ish music
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Re: Your favorite type of music?

Postby tresz08 » 19 Mar 2009, 03:29

i really love music so much..my favorite type of music was mellow, and romantic...especially when i was so sad...but at times i also listening to the musics of Chopin and Beethoven that would made me relax too..
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Re: Your favorite type of music?

Postby Armando » 14 Nov 2009, 07:10

My favourite type of music is folk music,rock and jazz music. :lol:I have the great collection of all these musics and i always prefer to listen all these music.Some of them which i like most are>>>>>>>>
Back in Line
Sails of Silver
A Momentary Lapse of Reason
"Candy and a Current Bun".

Is There Anybody Out There?.
i also like 90s music.But i like the above genre very much.
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Re: Your favorite type of music?

Postby james12 » 25 Mar 2010, 01:23

Hello,
Normally I like all type of Music but most of the time it's depend on my mood , when i am upset than like slow weepy music and when happy i like powerful royal sounding music ...... :)
Thanks
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