medieval editionhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lOVsY1rxJB8https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KA6oq_UYbyA&ytbChannel=nullhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gtkmnhnHWhw>General Folder #1. Renaissance up to 20th century/modern classical. Also contains a folder of live recordings/recitals by some outstanding performers.https://mega.co.nz/#F!mMYGhBgY!Ee_a6DJvLJRGej-9GBqi0A>General Folder #2Dead, rip papillons>General Folder #3. Mostly 20th century/modern with other assorted bits and pieceshttps://mega.co.nz/#F!Y8pXlJ7L!RzSeyGemu6QdvYzlfKs67w>General Folder #4. Renaissance up to early/mid-20th century. Also contains a folder of Scarlatti sonate and another live recording/recital folder.https://mega.co.nz/#F!kMpkFSzL!diCUavpSn9B-pr-MfKnKdA>General Folder #5. Renaissance up to late 19th centuryhttps://mega.co.nz/#F!ekBFiCLD!spgz8Ij5G0SRH2JjXpnjLg>General Folder #6. Very eclectic mixhttps://mega.co.nz/#F!O8pj1ZiL!mAfQOneAAMlDlrgkqvzfEg>General Folder #8. Deutsche Grammophon stuff. Also there's some other stuff in here.https://mega.nz/#F!DlRSjQaS!SzxR-CUyK4AYPknI1LYgdg>Renaissance Folder #1. Mass settingshttps://mega.co.nz/#F!ygImCRjS!1C9L77tCcZGQRF6UVXa-dA>Renaissance Folder #2. Motets and madrigals (plus Leiden choirbooks)https://mega.co.nz/#F!il5yBShJ!WPT0v8GwCAFdOaTYOLDA1g>Debussy.https://mega.co.nz/#F!DdJWUBBK!BeGdGaiAqdLy9SBZjCHjCw>Opera Folder. Contains recorded video productions of about 10 well-known operas, with a bias towards late Romantichttps://mega.co.nz/#F!4EVlnJrB!PRjPFC0vB2UT1vrBHAlHlw>Random assortment of books on music theory and composition, music history etc. https://mega.nz/#F!HsAVXT5C!AoFKwCXr4PJnrNg5KzDJjw>Jewish composers.gassed and burnt>Random assortment of books on music theory and composition, music history etc. https://mega.nz/#F!HsAVXT5C!AoFKwCXr4PJnrNg5KzDJjw
>Jewish composers.>gassed and burnt
>>85839305>Some failed dictator>petroled and burnt
what's the point of music if you can't scrobble it and rate it
>>85839619listening to it purely for enjoyment.
>>85839823you meant "based"?
>>85839619What does this have to do with /classical/ though?
>>85840747I am constantly bombarded with this "composer" the last few years. Is her notability based on anything other than having a vagina?
>>85842005COPE harder ""Contemporary Composer""
>>85842510u seething m8?
Let's try to make it to the bump limit this time, guys.
>>85839207why do you share these mega links every thread when you anyone can just go on spotify and listen to it
>>85839305Why did that fag have to take down a listing for a perfectly good folder? Someone went to the trouble of compiling it and its not like we have a wealth of working folders at this point.
>>85841607I feel kind of guilty because the Chopin memes actually got me to stop listening to Chopin. The Debussy ones have severely decreased my listening to Debussy as well. I just do whatever you guys tell me, and I hate it.
>>85839207Only interesting medieval I have heard and it sounds like some Celtic Woman bullshit. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1x1BcQL9t3I
>>85844358Some of us actually like to own media
See, I go away for awhile and you don't even reach the bump limit. You pretend like I am so disrupting but I was one of the only posters actually contributing anything. I gave you the chance to defend your darling noise and instead you just insulted me and I don't see how that's preferable to actually rebutting what I had to say. Your just a den of dishonest snakes.
https://youtu.be/TekHTBJbyToNot exactly medieval music but its an interpretation of an old folk song, this whole album they did is pretty solid
What are some good Haydn Sonatas?I only really know this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zS5ttAiBNxMWhole cds are appreciated too.
>>85845396Nice try, but that was way too coherent to be Paragraphautist.
Why is he so underrated bros? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=laO7Zi6Zsm8
>when people in the Youtube comments start using their meme accounts to act like they are the composer of the music
Isn't a vast majoirty of medieval music just made-up new-age bullshit, since they didn't have a good system for recording music back then?
>>85846214yeah, pretty much
Are there any bad fifth symphonies?
>>85839407Based and Occitanpilled.
>>85844461Go listen some Sorabji sissy
>>85847030https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=TXIrbHkQmWkPretty much a shitAlso>swastika
I know /comp/ is dead and so are probably the oldfags lurking in /classical/ who were part of it, but what are some good music theory books that give a well-rounded starting point in classical music composition and/or theory? I know The Complete Musician by Laitz is often recommended, but I would rather like to avoid having to pay roughly 180 euros when I am saving for a new instrument.
Can I get a quick run trough on what happened with paragraphposter and why he isn't posting anymore?
>>85848038We have the third to last folder specfically for this kind of thing. Lurk moar. I read Hindemith's book. Seems pretty good.
>>85848038if you're ok with a digital version, you could always download it off libgen
>>85848262He finally realized that any attempt at communication was hopeless and he rightly left. >if he was here, he'd probably cook up a 1000 word response on the apparent contradiction in "rightly left"
>>85848328>We have the third to last folder specfically for this kind of thing.I know, but>"Harmony and Voice Leading is a great book for reference since the information is much more clearly laid out than The Complete Musician. Use this book to review concepts and reference anything instead of The Complete Musician. But you should go through The Complete Musician first. You could read it instead of The Complete Musician, but you probably won't learn anything.This old /comp/ readme doesn't really encourage one to start with what the /classical/ folder's Harmony and Voice Leading. This has been the only thing that has kept me from studying it first.>I read Hindemith's book. Seems pretty good.So I've heard, but I've though that it's on the more advanced level.>Lurk MoarI've lurked too much, really.>>85848332>if you're ok with a digital version, you could always download it off libgenI have it, but the problem is with not having or finding the two workbooks that are needed in order to study it properly
>>85848363The amount of discussion seems to have plummeted after he left though. Look at the previous threads. Fucking hell.
>>85848832Yeah but there's no telling who else might have left before him because of the level of disturbance he was creating.
Why is classical mostly completely ignored by the rest of this board?
>>85849551because they are unabashed plebes.
>>85844358Tradition and culture.
Why didn't Haydn write any violin sonatas?
>>85849551Because the board is full of 16 year old Americans.
>>85848262>>85848363>>85848832>>85848874What was his last post? Did he say goodbye? I'm glad that stupid cunt is gone to be honest, now I can stop posting Boulez and Schoenberg.
>not listening to 13 tone musichttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V2Xi2vY1WJ4
>>85849995I posted roslavets just to make him angry lmao
>>85839305Why was he so O B S E S S E D with Wagner?
>>85850287How did you know he wouldn't like it? I didn't see much consistency in what he liked and disliked. He claimed to value sonata form and development but then he posted shit like Prokofiev's Toccata. I doubt very much he could recognize a theme that was sufficiently morphed by its development section.
>>85850526I instatnly knew thing like this would make him mad (and it did)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zyB01jPpE7w
>>85850650I wouldn't have known. It seems reasonably romantic to me. But good on you for possibly helping to spook him away.
>>85840930One of the best lyric tenor of the 20th century.His operette, lieder, and mozart were all fantasticShame he died so early.
>>85850670Not really romantic in my opinion, more like a dry Scriabin, without all the messianic thing going on
>>85850769I'm pretty sure its a Scriabinic thing (or maybe a Debussian thing) since Messiaen came much later.
>>85850791I mean messianic in the sense of messiah
>>85850827I don't get it anon.
Does /classical/ like cowpat music?
>>85850981Not my cup of beer.The majority of pieces, I don't like, but there are always ones that are ok:Butterworth's English Idylls.
*honk*............*HONK*Byrd mass with Vocaloidshttps://youtu.be/SWd_UcdrvBwAnd Reposting Dallapiccola's Ulisse since it took him 8 years to compose this shit and this is the only recording with modern audio qualityhttps://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=OLAK5uy_nx0Hc85Y0CSN1BTI2ScGgv0C6KD_A82-c
>>85850981No, I had no idea such an apt term had been coined to describe this imminently disposable music of turn-of-the-century English composers. Although I'm certainly a sucker for Variations on a Theme of Thomas Tallis.
Listen to this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jeoFfK0iAAIAnd then tell me that Horowitz is not the GOAT
>>85851172Kek but where's the Webern Frogfaggot?
>>85851237No, listen to this. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Um1OmSQi_P4Then tell me that he is.
>>85851279Its the same guy. He's just drawing a line in the sand since he doesn't want to end up listening to Babbitt and thinking that makes musical sense too. I don't blame him.
>>85849551They're young and dumb.I didn't really start listening to classical exclusively until I was around 25, after I had studied music at college. Majority of /mu/ users are either under 25, haven't studied music at college, or both.
>>85851413I wonder how many people in classical have actually studied music at college?
>>85851436Everything I've learned was learned on my own. But it didn't take any fancy book knowledge to realize I was hearing superior music.
>>85851318Fuck off but you're right i really dont want ending up listening to boulez and beyondBut Webern is really Different from them i think the total serialism Movement just tried to copy the superficial aspects of Webern's last works without the Soul but i'm going to stop here because i dont want to defend this like a WebernfanboySchoenbergfanboys here are cringy enough
>>85851551I'm the guy who wrote the essay on Schoenberg's Piano Concerto, and I knew it was bullshit (and it was primarily based on things I had read elsewhere about Schoenberg's music) but it was just another thing to fluster the paragraphautist because I figure he'd produce 6000 or more words on that one post and I wasn't even intending to debate him. I would do it again.
>>85851696Although I was entirely serious about the first post because I think Rachmaninoff is a perfect example of music made from superficially pretty cells but ultimately kitsch and ugly. And I also think Schoenberg is [often] the opposite of that. But putting that into the right words would take some time and consideration.
>>85851551Boulez isn't always pretending to be retarded though. He has some good works in the vein of Chronochromie. I think you'd feel much better about your decision if you actually tried to be precise and rigorous about where you're choosing to demarcate the boundaries of what you consider to be music. For instance, I listened to Boulez's Second Sonata many times over and I found it never stuck because there was nothing to really latch onto. But I had to admit some of the orchestral works were interesting. Another composer I resisted for a long time was Scelsi but I even admitted some of his music. I still want nothing to do with Stockhausen, Cage or Feldman, so you're really not on as a precarious footing as you think you are. Also, not even I can into Webern for the most part, just his Opus 21 and 16 (maybe some others I forgot) really.
>>85851728Yeah i also think some post-mahler late-romantic stuff sounds kinda fake
>>85851947Now that i think even Mahler sounds fake sometimes with his overthetop moments Cucks will be Cucks
>>85851172damn I was really hoping this was based on Joyce's Ulysses. Note to self: find an opera about James Joyce's Ulysses.
>>85852075Mahler is often over the top but its undercut with Jewish irony, like a lot of Shostakovich and basically all of Shittke.
>>85842005Musically, not really, but she does have a very large extant catalogue for a medieval composer and she wrote original text for most (if not all?) of her music. She's also notable for her works within western mysticism.
>>85851728>Rachmaninoff is a perfect example of music made from superficially pretty cells but ultimately kitsch and uglySay it to my face out in the wild and I will not hesitate beating up a contrarian sissy boy like you
>>85851436I dropped out of conservatory.
>>85852185Not even defending him because I can't really stand Mahler especially because of this neuroticism. But I'm just pointing out that its not a mistake of writing in an exaggerated pastiche of a tired idiom like Rachmaninoff ended up doing. >baka because you fags overwhelmingly chose this as the best Piano Concerto of the 20th century.
>>85852286How did you manage to do it and how was it?
>>85852311Something broke in my head and I just stopped going, didn't even return my keys to the practice rooms
>>85850450for the high levels of German Spirit found in Wagner. the mythological subjects of the dramas reflect a pre-christian, utterly German or "aryan" world which the Nazis appreciated as a foundation to build their new romantic great culture upon
>>85850450He was autistic and therefore could only enjoy music with very explicit purpose and direction.
>>85852333Trips say that you have to go secretly practice at the conservatory
>>85852613It has been half a decade, I would guess they have changed the locks. I also live in a different country now.
need something like thishttps://youtu.be/e0PENbPmT7Y
Daily reminder that Liszt sight-read the finale of Mendelssohn's violin concerto with a lighted cigar between the first two fingers of his right hand
>>85852262Come on, Rachmaninoff isn't even a good example of 20th century music! We have everything from neoclassicism to 12 tone to protospectralism and you overwhelmingly went and chose the musical equivalent of a Harlequin Romance as the quintessential 20c concerto.
>>85853465You mean in the dark or what?
Ensemble Unicornhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Eai5dr5kqqU>>85844496>Byzantine>medievalFucking retard.>>85842005>Von Bingen>has a vaginaFucking retard
Alright, well I went to the trouble of making another poll, this time for Violin Concertos. I tried to represent composers who are mentioned in these threads to keep everyone happy. I maxed out the options, so if your favorite isn't here then I'm sorry.I would just like to ask everyone to make sure they have listened to the concerto they choose, instead of just picking a favorite composer. Also, I'd like to point out that Sibelius' Violin Concerto barely makes it into the 20th century repertoire. https://www.strawpoll.me/17414500
>>85854465Its 20th century only?My favorite is the Beethoven Violin Concerto
>>85854494I only make 20th century polls, sorry. If I did classical era it would just come down to which Haydn, Mozart or Beethoven concerto is best most probably. At least you get some variety with 20th century.
>>85854465I remember the talkclassical poll of the best violin concerto of all timeBerg Won, it was a nice surprise based boomers
>>85854465Really wish you had included Dutilleux's. Its a masterwork.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FTCMrTdwBMQ
Where do you guys go for downloading obscure recordings? Is there some tracker or secret source I'm missing out on? There's a whole bunch of stuff that I can't find fucking anywhere at all and I'm going to go nuts.
>>85854619Honestly that's an interesting outcome but I don't know if I agree with it. I mean OF ALL TIME? You do have some pretty stern competition with Brahms, Mendelssohn, Sibelius (considering it as a romantic work) and of course Beethoven and Mozart. Probably some others I'm forgetting. I do expect, failing the Sibelius that Berg will win but I was fairly surprised by the results of the piano concerto poll, so who knows.
>>85854630Ah sorry, I originally had him covered but I forgot about him when I moved something more well-known into that slot. But let's be honest, its not like this would win. I'm already waiting to see how the poll goes to pick my favorite of the contenders when ideally I'd really like to choose Panufnik's.
>>85852582even though I voted for Schoenberg's, this is too amusing not to save. Something might as well come out of the poll results, why not a hot new meme?
>>85854684rutracker or youtube has had everything i've looked for
>>85855110I'm aware its a variation of an old meme but its a new meme for us.
>>85854630So I listened to it. Its nice enough but I don't think it can contend with the heavyweights. The again, neither can my own pick, the Panufnik. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=90A8n1mDJSU
>Recording is distributed over multiple videos just to fit time constraint for unverified accountsJUST REGISTER YOUR FUCKING ACCOUNT!!!!https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LYB591f4bBk
>>85856266You're dumb. This video is from the era when the maximum length of a Youtube video was 10 minutes (more than 10 years ago).
>>85856266Here's an idea. If you don't like it1. Download the files2. compile them in Audacity3. Upload it to your fucking account
What's more important when deciding on a concerto recording? The soloist or the conductor?
>>85857148for me its the conductor
>>85854454>>Byzantine>>medieval>Fucking retard.395-1453It's as medieval as it can get.
>>85853655Look at this non-musician hereBased and Checked
>>85854684I record it myself
>>85850450He was more obsessed with Bruckner as time went on though. He probably saw himself in that fat piece of shit failure.
>>85851436I study musicology.
>people posting RachEven though the autistic paragraph faggot is gone, this will make me start posting Schoenberg and Boulez again.
>Mozart's Clarinet Concerto>Second movement comes on
>>85851436I study a double degree on philosophy and ciences and history of music
>>85839619You can scrobble youtube music videos.
Just released. $200.Wilhelm Furtwängler: The Radio Recordings 1939–1945Remastered – 22 SACD – 184p book
>>85859606Joke's on you, I like Rach and Schoenberg and Boulez!
>>85859590musicology is bullshit.
>>85859500HEY! NO BULLY BRUCKNER!
Why does just about every 18th century piece end with the exact same fucking cadence; Dominant Tonic BOOM.
>>85864968Because it works.
>>85865026plagal cadences work too. A lot of cadences work. Were the aristocracy really so retarded they couldn't tell a piece was over unless it ended exactly like that?
>>85854465Huh, only two votes. I guess people aren't as passionate about Violin Concerti as Piano Concerti.
Recommend me some good bombastic music?
Holy fuck, Haydn is fuckin' underrated!https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mGpdeqknso4
>>85863972Nah, it's pretty cool.
>>85865868Isn't musicology literally the class where you "learn" Beethoven was a moor?
>>85865904Jesus Christ, just looked into it for the first time. America was a mistake.
>>85863357>>85863374>200 dollarydoosYou're almost as dumb as the guy who paid 60 dollars for a water-damaged Spongebob Lego set.
>>85854465Honestly, that Sibelius concerto is overrated as fuck. There's like one melody I can recall from it. It also sounds about as much like Sibelius as a piece can sound; there's nothing making it very distinguishable among Sibelius' other works.
IF NONE OF YOU IDENTIFY THIS THEN YOUR COLLECTIVE MOTHERS WILL DIE IN THEIR SLEEP, OR ELSE! https://vocaroo.com/i/s1KKXERRrSJM
>>85840747I enjoyed this much more than I was expecting; the instrumentation sounds like it could have come from a contemporary film
Mozart? More like most farts!
When listening to a piece for the first time should I research on the different recordings and find some sort of consensus on which is the best or should I just listen to the first one I see on Spotify, which is what I've been doing so far.
>>85868726First one you see is usually Bernstein or Karajan. Karajan is okay for some things, Bernstein is never preferable.
>>85867517Sounds a bit like bach's fugue in G minor but I can't tell since your humming is shit
who are some composers of the baroque or classical eras where if later composers had been influenced by them (instead of Handel, Haydn etc), things would have been very differentdon't just name drop, give an explanation
>>85868772Bernstein is ok to introducing normies to Mahler
>>85868883My humming is perfect and, at worst, in the wrong key. Your listening is shit and you probably haven't heard the piece, dummy.
>>85868936I heard it you fuckface, now check the piece I told you
>>85865904>>85865986Musicology started in Germany and the point of it is to get as much of a complete knowledge about music as possible. I can't speak for that shitehole USA but here they put emphasis on history, music theory and a bunch of semi-philosophical lectures. It's pretty good, the teachers are fine and the market actually needs it every once in awhile.
>>85865454I like them, but I simply can't pick only one.
I need some naturalistic/pastoral and dreamy music a la vid related. Bonus for usage of harp. Anyone got some?https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZR2JlDnT2l8
>>85839207What's it called when u use double stops in the beginning of the back chaconne like heifetz does? I've noticed ppl who use this interpretation also break the chords, which I like. The only people I've heard do this however are heifetz, kogan, and Francescatti. Where did this interpretation come from?
>>85872464did I really write back instead of bach lol
>>85872165>the creator's surname is wagnerOh, the ironies of life
>>85871065https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RQoP9iLwoosVW doing what he does best: taking a folk tune and orchestrating it with big lush strings.
>>85872879Fuck. I grew up mormon and they had this hymn called If You Could Hie To Kolob and I always liked it. Years later I hear this piece and realize that they just just took this English folk tune and put their own og donut steel lyrics onto it.
Did Uncle Adolf secretly like Mahler's music?
>>85869143I wouldn't insist my humming was "perfect" and you were at fault if you weren't off by at least a century. What about that Rhythm or that Chromaticism says "baroque"? Also I used to be in the most prestigious choir in my city, so there's that too.
>>85871065Cowpat Cowpat Cowpat Cowpat CowpatCowpatCowpatCowpat
>votes for Hindemith and Glazunov just as in the Piano Concerto poll. Explain yourselves!
Here's another one. Eventually one of you fags will recognize something (i hope). https://vocaroo.com/i/s0KRlswDsgBI
>>85873814Also I'm well aware how muchthis sounds like The Pirates of the Caribbean theme and no its not the fucking POTC theme.
Who are your 3 Bs?
>>85839207debussy was jewish, stupid goy
>>85873263>I was in a choir as a kid so I sing good for the rest of my lifeI don't think so, sweaty.
>>85873986Bartok, Berg, Bartholdy Mendelssohn
>>85873814is this pulcinella?
>>85874344No. I think its some Dvorak symphony.
>>85867517Its one of these. Too lazy to listen through all of them to find it, so that's up to you. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S3tmFhrOgNkhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_uaibGyi5oA
Nu-medievalCharlotte Dos Santos doing “Sumer is icumen in”I have been playing it dozens of times for the last weekhttps://youtu.be/wWRbbzSRn64
Is there anything more comfy than la belle Epoque composers? Chabrier, Franck, Faure are all maximum comfy tier
>>85875211Not Lalo? Franck seems like one of those things that's not like the others.
>>85874692Thank you, its about 3 minutes into the first movement of the second link. See, its not my humming!
>>85875668Franck has max comfiness
>>85875787okay, maybe but he's more bombastic and teutonic than any of his French contemporaries.
>>85876851How do you even find this stuff? I mean its just generic baroque music.
>>85854465Really, I don't know what's more overrated, Rachmaninoff's Second Piano Concerto or Sibelius' Violin Concerto. The former at least has a handful of catchy melodies. And I'm a big fan of Sibelius' symphonies.
I can't believe people actively choose not to listen to superior music. And there is so much of it! I usually feel guilty listening to music in other genres because I realize its just my niggeranderthal dna making me want to sexdance in my head to the beat.
Webernposting for da night (4th edition of Webernposting i think)Op24 Concerto with Gould on the piano>In the words of Luigi Dallapiccola: "a work of incredible conciseness . . . and of unique concentration . . . . Although I did not understand the work completely, I had the feeling of finding an aesthetic and stylistic unity as great as I could wish for. [Prague, September 5, 1935]".https://youtu.be/FkT-3Yh22PEAnd now one of the most Webernian works of Dallapiccola>Three Questions with Two Answers is an orchestral spin-off from Dallapiccola's last opera Ulisse; the questions of the title are evidently Who am I? Who are you? Who are we?, though the composer never revealed what the two answers are.https://youtu.be/gN5r6Mmdwv0
>>85879437Literally all the music discussed on this board except for this one poorly populated general is just garbage. Why are people so willfully ignorant?
>>85879971There's a lot of inferior music in this general though too. Like this stupid shit.>>85879683
>>85879683Honestly I like Schoenberg, Berg, Dallapiccola and Krenek but after listening to that piece you just posted I think your worst fears have come true and you've passed the point of no return.
bump limit edition
>>85880240Then again, I have no idea why Stravinsky made this... THING. And desu it keeps me up at night. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EgiGj1KcZlc
>>85873986Bach, Brahms, Bartok.
>>85879971>poorly populated>57 unique posters.That's not all that bad anon.
>>85881997Bjork is shit tho, and hardly a composer. What's her best string quartet, symphony, or concerto?Exactly - she's a popular musician, not a classical composer.
>>85882015her singing is better than most classical
>>85879683Based and Webernpilled
What happened to the Anon who was going to make a new /classical/ chart?
>>85874017Debussy married a jewish but he wasn't
>>85882311it isn't though. She can't even hold a note
>>85873138The Nazis, the gargantuan pseuds they were, supposedly secretly listened to Jewish singers, music and jazz all the time.
>>85883052No need to post these anon. I'm familiar with Bjork, hence why I made my informed comment on her being a popular music composer rather than a classical composer.When she writes a string quartet, symphony, concerto, or some other concert hall piece that doesn't involve her singing, then you can post her here.
>>85873986Bach Big Boobs
>>85880035>inferiorJust because you absolutely cannot comprehend or understand it and have next to zero knowledge about it, that doesn't mean it's inferior. That kind of crap won't fly with Webern.
>>85847257You could not be more wrong. This is a masterpiece of literature.
>>85883284Baroque and heteropilled
>>85883052These have no atristic merit whatsoever outside of being experiemental and muh aesthetics. I wasted my precious Mozart listening minutes to this shit.
>>85884272>>85883052Oh, and I myself would have posted this insteadhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-W5OfUzwyywAlthough this is still garbage.
mahler is mad boring holy shit lmfao
>>85884782>t. the programme, symbolism, counterpoint and fluidity of the banal genres flew over my head
>>85885909>Alma! Alma! I love you so much... to die for you! To live for you!And Alma cucked him several times, Lmao Mahler the biggest cuck of planet Earth
>>85885954I don't know if you're acting stupid on purpose or not but there's probably like two or three movements combined out of all his symphonies that are relevant to Alma in content or symbolism. If that's what you get out of his works then you're pretty much missing out big time.
>>85852666this sound quality is much better than what i've heard on other recordings of him playing
How should I learn and practice fugues?If I put my mind on it, I can play most of Liszt and the romantics, but fugues just fuck me up
>>85882603he got cucked by his own arbitrary restrictions
>>85883906>heteroHe said Bach's big boobs tho
>>85884304she dances like a tard
>>85883052>>85884304How the fuck can you even listen to this racket?
What kind of philistine do you have to be to not hear the beauty in Berg?https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hXSAN4tKQh8
Am I banned
>>85888125Now you probably are.
single beaters btfo https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bvHyQUkXDvM
>>85889108>single beatersWhat is this?
>>85889108It doesn't take a 21 minute fucking video to understand that. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uWYmUZTYE78
>>85878133Yet another vote for this mediocre piece. What a hypetrain.
>>85889127basically a lot of music written around the time when the metronome was first introduced has incredible fast tempo for what we think is normalthe accents on every grouping of sixteenth notes cannot be played even when she goes slower than quarter note = 176 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ROVy9PC8_8Abut if you take two beats for every quarter note you can actually play the accentshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aZZMuX6-1Sw
>>85889108Holy shit, this isn't an "interesting story" at all! Its fucking boring as hell!
Is there a website where I can read the libretti of operas with the translation next to it? Specifically operas by Monteverdi.
>It ain't Bolero starts playing
How do I know if I'm writing a fugue or a ricercar?
>>85889456>5 hour Don Giovanni
>>85887881An educated one.
>>85892227I meant UNEDUCATEDFUCK
can anyone here identify this piece that starts around 6:15?https://youtu.be/NNV4Ei_n8Mg?t=376
>>85893649¿Cuanto llevas aquí? :)
>>858938451 horasolo quiero saber cual es la pieza que suena en el video :(
>>85892333I don't get it, that's clearly not Alban Berg.
>>85892479Are you a fucking idiot? Its just something somebody wrote for the video. Holy hell anon, it doesn't even sound very interesting. I guess its loosely supposed to evoke baroque music, probably because they know that autists exclusively are interested in trains.
>>85894266rudealso>implying a shitty video from the 80s had the budget to have music composed specifically for it
>>85894343apparently it did. This entire board is full of idiots who would be happy to give their music away for free. Musicians have never been expensive tradesmen.
>>85894383your dumb as hellin any case it's a music library item
>>85894422You're (you ARE) dumb because even if that music wasn't composed for the video its just some half-assed pastiche of baroque music and not interesting in the least. Now get out of my general, before I kick your ass I'll tell you HWAT!
>>85894481BASED and Hankhilled